SAY NO TO MONSTER SEWERAGE PLANT IN COOLOCK
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Closing date for obejctions against the Giant Sewerage Plant in Clonshaugh is Friday 17th August 2018.
A lot of people think that because they don’t live in Clonshaugh or near the proposed site they will not be affected by this. The smell from the plant is going to affect everyone on the North side of Dublin. Have you ever smelled Bewleys Coffee factory in your area?
- Irish water has applied for planning permission to build a sewerage plant 4 times bigger than Croke Park between the Clayton Hotel and Bewleys Coffee factory.
- Sewerage from Kildare, Clonee, Dunboyne, Trim, Dunshaughlin, Rathoath, Ashbourne, James Connelly memorial Hospital Blanchardstown and some parts of Dublin will be pumped into Clonshaugh. No houses from our area or surroundings areas will be serviced by the plant. We are only getting the pollution and smell.
- Plant will treat waste for over half a million people
- Vents will be opened to release gases at different times of the day
- The day the plant opens 13 tanker trucks will be delivering sewerage from septic tanks from homes and businesses that are not on the piped system to the sludge hub, this will increase to 26 per day by the end of the first month. We don’t know if this number will increase further yet. All of this is coming up the N32/R139. When they are transferring the sewerage into the hub sewerage particles will naturally be airborne which will make the smell in the area even worse, not to mention we will be inhaling it.
- Waste will be pumped into the Irish Sea through Baldoyle and Portmarnock to Ireland’s eye, approx. 6 miles from the shore. Waste will only be second grade treated
- Portmarnock beach is the only Blue flag beach we have, what is pumped out will wash back to shore with the tides. The beach will be destroyed.
- If this plant goes ahead we will not be able to enjoy simple things like sitting in our gardens, hanging out our clothes, use our park, and open windows in our homes. BBQs will be a thing of the past. Most importantly, children will be greatly affected with summer camps, playground areas, football pitches and playing outdoors in general.
- Fine Gaels Eoghan Murphy is the minister over Irish Water. Please write / email him and voice your concerns, email@example.com
- If you wish to send your own personal objection to An Bord Pleanala, this needs to be received into their office before Friday 17th August. The fee is €50.00.
- We will cover the fee for all signatures we collect and personally hand deliver them into An Bord Pleanala
Please make the time to object,