Anthropogenic earthquakes, coal, coal mining, coal seam fires, dangers of nuclear, earthquakes, environment, methane, nuclear industry, nuclear waste, plutonium, radioactive waste, risk management, Seabed subsidence, Sellafield, UK
Not far from Sellafield nuclear site. Old mines in the area were very prone to fire due to high levels of methane.
An Urgent Request from Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole
– Please Send Objections into Cumbria County Council to Make Sure we STOP the First Deep Coal Mine in the UK for 30 years. Below is an objection from Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole. Please feel free to amend, adapt or just generally use as a starting point for your own objection. It doesn’t need to be long – just a sentence or two would do to let Cumbria County Council know that you oppose the plan. Every letter of objection is a step nearer to stopping the plan!
Send Emails to
Rachel.Brophy@cumbria.gov.uk in the Subject put : Wood House Colliery 4/17/9007
If you have time please do also tell the Development Control Committee how you feel too! They will be making the decision on March 7th in Kendal http://councilportal.cumbria.gov.uk/mgCommitteeDetails.aspx?ID=124
Letters to be in before 19th February…
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