This biomass incinerator in Grays Harbor is 4 times smaller than the one ADAGE wants to build
Come join us as we work to give the Energy giant Duke /Areva ADAGE the boot. They want to install the largest wood incinerator ever build right here in the South Puget sound.
Protest is at 1620 Olympic Hwy N. It is a multi office two story building. Other office space is taken up by Gateway Properties Management, GOP Headquarters, and two lawyers, Gazori, Brungart. Take the third Shelton exit from highway 101 north, then turn right onto Wallace Kneeland and then right at the light onto Olympic Highway.
Photos by Shawnie Whelean, all rights reserved
HO! HO! ADAGE MUST GO!
If you have been looking for a way to show the COMMISSIONERS how you feel about the INCINERATORS and not having a VOICE in the DECISION making process, this is your CHANCE.
There will be a DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY, 5-7pm. You can come early and stay late. This is the first demonstration taking place after normal working hours so be prepared for a large turn out. The LOCATION is KNEELAND BLVD @ WALMART in Shelton. That is the third Shelton exit off of highway 101
See you there!!!
Some people may arrive as early as 4 but this is rally is timed for working people, most folks will be there by 6pm.
These picutres were taken in four different places in the Olympics. Two in the National Forest and two on private forest land. They all show logging debris that was left behind to rot. It was not burned in open piles in the forest and it was not trucked into town to be burned in a biomass incinerator.
Vincent Hill (private land)
Olympic National Forest after a "thinning" operation
Cushman Hill (Simpson land)
Near my favorite secret lake in Olympic National Forest