Community Anger Rising Over Flaring at ExxonMobil’s Mossmorran Plant – Auto Republish

Representatives of ExxonMobil’s Fife Ethylene Plant have apologised after unexpected flaring sent black smoke high into the skies across Fife for most of the past week. But the community remains furious at what it sees as regulatory failure and corporate evasion from ExxonMobil. The flare at the giant petrochemical plant at Mossmorran could be seen for miles …

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Day of protest at Fife House

Mossmorran Action Group is organising a protest at Fife House as it urges councillors to put aside party political differences and support a motion calling for an independent investigation into the environmental, health and social impacts of Mossmorran’s operations. The Group is asking demonstrators to wear gas masks and to meet outside Fife House from …

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Mossmorran protesters to demand Fife Council ‘take the bull by the horns’ – Auto Republish

Protesters are expected to gather in front of Fife Council’s headquarters this week to demand an investigation into flaring at Mossmorran. People living near the petrochemical plant say they are concerned their health is being impacted by excess noise and light pollution caused by the burn off. The most recent bout of flaring …

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Elevated flaring ceases at Fife chemical plant – Auto Republish

Elevated flaring at a chemical plant that provoked hundreds of complaints has stopped after six days, Scotland’s environment watchdog has said.Sepa said it had been advised by operators of the facility at Mossmorran in Fife that elevated flaring had ceased but ground flaring would continue for a “short period”.A formal investigation …

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Elevated flaring ceases at Fife chemical plant – Auto Republish

Elevated flaring at a chemical plant that provoked hundreds of complaints has stopped after six days, Scotland’s environment watchdog has said. Sepa said it had been advised by operators of the facility at Mossmorran in Fife that elevated flaring had ceased but ground flaring would continue for a “short period”. A formal investigation was launched …

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