42 Metre High Monster

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  1. Jo says:

    CHIMNEY HEIGHT • Chimney height – why is BREP the only plant in the country with a chimney this
    short? Other plants with chimneys of this size handle less than half of the waste/
    waste wood/ Solid Recovered Fuel (85k tones and 24k tonnes). • Saica papermill plant (Carrington) is 22m higher (at 66m) why is ours a third lower
    when same weather models will have been used? • Peel’s biomass plant at Ince Marshes has a chimney height of 85m. Why? Why
    doesn’t the same standard apply in Davyhulme? • At a meeting with the Breathe Clean Air Group on the morning of 12th June 2012,
    Simon Holbrook (EA) stated that the chimney height should ideally be 60-100m. Why isn’t it then? Why haven’t you rejected the plant, as it can’t meet this specification?

  2. Jo says:

    • Tilbury, Orsett and South Tyne – all had biomass fires – how are you going to

    prevent this here? Next to the new methane plant – fire risk?

    • Heat is not going to be recovered – why is this ok?

    • What happens if there is a fire? Do they have a safety plan in order?

    • Why are the EA allowing so many Part A processes in this location?

    • Once they’ve got the permit, you THEN require e.g. accident plan – why not before?

    • How will the diesel be stored?

  3. Geri says:

    What about if there is a fire or accident, how do Peel propose to deal with that, as far as I know there is no accident plan as yet disgraceful it should already be in place,

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