Two Biomass Incinerators Proposed for Shelton - Public Health Threatened - Puget Sound Clean-up Set Back
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At least 35 airborne pollutants would be emitted by each burner in Shelton. Among them: Dioxins, mercury, lead, carbon monoxide, chloroform, formaldehyde, sulfurous acid, and particulate matter.
Particle pollution diminishes lung function, causes greater use of asthma medications and increased rates of school absenteeism, emergency room visits and hospital admissions. Deaths can occur on the very day that particle levels are high.
Health Risks for Citizens of Olympia & Shelton
June 22 7:00 PM Traditions Cafe
Powerpoint Presentation by Duff Badgley
For more information on what you can do to prevent biomass incinerators from polluting our community and the waters of Puget Sound: Duff Badgley email@example.com www.nobiomassburn.org
These biomass incinerators would take us backward in our region. It's time to clean-up Puget Sound not make it more toxic.