Waste Plant Development Slammed By Eagle Couriers Director

by Aimee Lawrence

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Eagle Couriers Evening TimesCourier director creates PR Scotland

 

Eagle Couriers director, Jerry Stewart, is strongly opposed to Shore Energy’s plans to create a pyrolysis plant which will create energy from waste products.

He is one of 6000 people said to oppose the development in the Carnbroe area of Coatbridge.

He believes the plant will have severe health implications for local residents and users of the adjacent A8, as the Scottish Government aims to reach its Zero Waste Plan targets.

Stewart is encouraging more people to take a stronger stand against these plans and ensure a local community’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint is not wasted by this facility.

Damage claims have been firmly denied by the firm. 

The full article appeared in the Evening Times on behalf of Eagle Couriers thanks to the expertise of Holyrood Partnership.

 

 

 

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