The Adel, Georgia, City Council passed the two ordinances for the wood pellet plant with no discussion, yet with some votes against, and protestors outside and inside, on September 21, 2020.
There are still things you can do to stop this polluting project that would export our trees from throughout the Suwannee River Basin and beyond,
to Europe to burn, producing yet more CO2.
Protesters outside and in, and the Adel City Council split vote for the wood pellet plant
Below are links to each LAKE video of those agenda items,
with a few notes.
See also Vicki Weeks, Dogwood Alliance, 16 October 2020,
Industrial Logging and the Wood Pellet Industry Hurt Us All.
And Dogwood Alliance’s
petition to call on Georgia leaders to protect our forests.
You can also ask GA-EPD to reject the air permit application.
Probably more on that later.
For background, see: Continue reading →