#Mossmorran

Campaigning for Safer Communities

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.

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Mossmorran Action Group

The Mossmorran Action Group is a resident-led campaign group

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.

SEPA

If you are facing impacts from the Mossmorran plant, whether through noise pollution, light pollution, vibration in the home, flaring, smoke emissions, etc. please make sure you log a complaint with the SEPA pollution hotline

Pollution Hotline

Social Impact Map

If you are facing impacts from the Mossmorran plant, whether through noise pollution, light pollution, vibration in the home, flaring, smoke emissions, etc. please make sure you log a complaint with the SEPA pollution hotline

Public Reports

Video guide of the Pollutants processed at Mossmorran

What are the potential Health Impacts?

Press Releases

Our latest press releases. For general news and info, please visit Our Blog

Climate Camp Scotland …into 2021
08Apr

Climate Camp Scotland …into 2021

Dear friends, Following a two-week period of consultation and reflection Climate Scotland Scotland has agreed by consensus that our camp planned for July will not take

MAG response to SEPA’s poor rating for Exxon in 2018 CAS results
19Feb

MAG response to SEPA’s poor rating for Exxon in 2018 CAS results

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

Mossmorran public meeting on Friday 21 February 7-9pm @ Lochgelly Town Hall
17Feb

Mossmorran public meeting on Friday 21 February 7-9pm @ Lochgelly Town Hall

Chair of Mossmorran Action Group James Glen says: “Last week’s flaring at Mossmorran has given rise to unprecedented levels of concern in the local communities

Key data from Public Reports

From the analysis of 363 public reports, the following trends have been identified

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Analysis of 363 out of 363 public reports

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Headaches/Migraines

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Vibration in Home

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Noise Pollution

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Soot Particles

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Breathing Difficulties

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Light Pollution

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Sleep Disturbance

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Skin Rash

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Eyes & Throat Irritation

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Stress/Anxiety

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Chemical Smells

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Cancer Risk Concerns

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Have you been impacted by Mossmorran?

Submit a report to our Social Impact Map

Have you suffered from the operations at Mossmorran? Has your health been affected? Do you know of any Environmental or Social impacts from Mossmorran? Submit a report to our social impact map. All responses are in confidence and not shared with any 3rd parties. Data is anonymised before being added to the map.

Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities in Central Fife operated by ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant) and Shell (Fife NGL).

Contact

  • 6 Ballingry Street, Lochgelly, KY5 9NW
  • Mail : info@mossmorran.org.uk

Press Inquiries

  • Mob.: 07749 902 934
  • Tel.: 01333 720 378
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