Full findings of an investigation into flaring at Fife Ethylene Plant will not be made public.

Environment agency SEPA is examining recent incidents of flaring and black smoke at the chemical plant at Mossmorran, which frightened people living nearby and prompted scores of complaints.

However, it has confirmed no report will be issued to avoid compromising any future action against the plant operators.

Read more: https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/fife/492472/report-on-mossmorran-flaring-to-be-kept-from-public/


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