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Comment on: Letter: Haverhill tree-cutting goes too far - North - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/21/2014 10:40:27 EDT
How are we to take this letter writer's opinions seriously when there are so many factual errors and incorrect statements that validation of a realistic point of view appears lacking. Let us start wit more »
Comment on: Ignoring new trash incinerators would be wasted opportunity - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/05/2013 07:16:41 EST
Mr. Harmon seems to say "come on, let us be reasonable" and entertain those "new" technologies. The problem is when one peers behind the curtain and discovers that the lobbyists aren't peddling anythi more »
Comment on: Massachusetts proposes loosening moratorium on incinerators - News - Boston.com
Posted 01/01/2013 04:02:15 EST
Well Maggio doesn't demonstrate a lot of practical on the ground knowledge in his response, thesis or not. Burning trash doesn't represent the easy choice he makes it out to be. He uses the word clean more »
Comment on: 'State to keep ban on new incinerators'
Posted 12/12/2009 10:10:09 EST
Thank goodness that Mass. is much more educated about the negative air pollution and toxics generated by incinerators and values the health of its citizens apparently way more than Paris, France does. more »
Comment on: 'It’
Posted 12/04/2009 04:50:08 EST
Contributing to Mr. DeVillars distortion of reality is the fact that for the investment dollars needed to build a Waste-of-Energy facility you could invest those dollars in communities whose recycling more »
Comment on: 'Forest conservation will allow some breathing room'
Posted 08/31/2009 09:15:51 EDT
The plans to defile the forest and to profit by the pollution of our land can only be successful if we buy into the delusion of destroying life while being paid to do it. How sad that renewable energy more »
Comment on: 'State reviews ban on new incinerators'
Posted 05/11/2009 10:50:49 EDT
Pretty good story except for the omission as to why those emissions are a public health concern. The answer is persistent bioaccumulating toxins. Yeah, the envir. scientist fails to point out that unl more »
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