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Public meetings in Bristol & Avonmouth about new Biomass Power Station

Avon Coalition Against Big Biofuels | 09.03.2014 21:50 | Ecology | Energy Crisis | Social Struggles

Following the successful campaign to delay the W4B biofuel power station planned in Avonmouth a new 100 megawatt Helius biomass power plant station has been approved by central government. It is currently seeking investment and can’t proceed without subsidy.

If you are concerned about the impact of burning American clearcut forests, or the public health risks of small particulate pollution please join us on Monday 10th March, Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol, 7.00-8.30pm for information, a panel discussion and footage of areas already effected by UK biomass burning.

There is also a meeting in Avonmouth on Tuesday 11th March, Avonmouth Community Centre, 7.30-9.00pm.

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