Sepa launch investigation amid health concerns about the flaring from the ExxonMobil site at Mossmorran

Sepa launch investigation amid health concerns about the flaring from the ExxonMobil site at Mossmorran

NHS Fife has called for action on the flaring from Mossmorran amid health concerns from the plumes of thick black smoke that emanated from the plant on Sunday. The health board convened a meeting with Health Protection Scotland, SEPA and Fife Council to agree a plan in light of the prolonged flaring from the ExxonMobil […]

Demands for independent inquiry into Mossmorran flaring

Demands for independent inquiry into Mossmorran flaring

An independent investigation into the air quality near a Fife chemical plant has been demanded in the wake of recent flaring. Cowdenbeath councillor Darren Watt insisted an inquiry and a full public consultation were both needed after nine days of disruption caused by aggressive flames and clouds of black smoke belching from the Fife Ethylene […]

Central Fife residents concerned about health after Mossmorran incident

Central Fife residents concerned about health after Mossmorran incident

Residents have been raising concerns about large flames and smoke coming from the Mossmorran Petrochemical Plant last night. People living in Kelty, Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly say they fear the an incident could be damaging to their health. Black smoke could be seen for miles yesterday evening, with some claiming they could smell burning throughout the […]

Mossmorran Action Group

Mossmorran Action Group

A local community group from Lochgelly has been in discussions with individuals, ​voluntary groups, Fife Council and SEPA to establish an independent citizen-led Mossmorran Action Group. James Glen from Loch of Shining Waters says: “Our board members have been working with individuals in Auchtertool and Lochgelly, and reaching out to residents in the Cowdenbeath and […]

Apology for unplanned flaring at Fife chemical plant

Apology for unplanned flaring at Fife chemical plant

The owners of the Mossmorran plant at Cowdenbeath have apologised after residents complained of noise and disruption from unexpected flaring. The process, whereby natural gas that cannot be processed or sold is burned off, had begun on Monday morning without the normal prior notification given to communities living within the plant’s vicinity. One concerned resident […]

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
  • Mail : press@mossmorran.org.uk
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