“This is the second time during a severe storm this year that Mossmorran has had to resort to emergency flaring. Exxon has blamed it on
Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities, operated by Shell and ExxonMobil, in Central Fife.
The Mossmorran Action Group is a campaign group that was formed by residents from several communities in response to the long-term impacts residents have faced from operations at the Mossmorran Petrochemical facilities located in the Cowdenbeath area which are operated by Shell (Fife NGL) and ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant). The group has adopted a range of aims and objectives including disseminating information into the public domain, improving accountability and transparency of local representation, and seeking mitigatory solutions where possible to address the long-term impacts from the operations of the plants.
James Glen, chair of Mossmorran Action Group, responded to today’s CAS 2018 results from SEPA: “It’s no wonder Exxon has been given a poor rating
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