CONCERNS about the lack of an environmental impact assessment into the Hunterston [oil rig] decommissioning site were aired at a fiery public meeting. The event lasted for over two and a half hours with around 400 people in attendance at Largs Academy on Thursday. There were jeers from the crowd when NAC assistant chief executive Karen Yeomans said it was the council’s belief that this form of decommissioning industry and tourism could go ‘hand-in-hand’ on the Clyde. Presenting their case, the Friends of the Firth of Clyde campaign showed CessCom Decom’s video of their plans for decommissioning oil rigs at the site.
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