Category Archives: Events

Events organised by CALNI opposing the Rose Energy/Moy Park chicken litter Incinerator on the shores of Lough Neagh.

Residents hand over letter to environment minister

Incinerator plan getting ‘fullest consideration’ pledges Minister ENVIRONMENT Minister Edwin Poots has said that he is giving his ‘fullest consideration’ to the application for a new biomass fuelled power plant in Glenavy. Planning officials are currently finalising their detailed deliberations … Continue reading

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Lough Neagh Incinerator Protestors march on Stormont promising legal action

Residents around Lough Neagh marched on Stormont today in a warning to DoE Minister Edwin Poots that they will take legal action all the way to the European Court unless he rules against the Lough Neagh Incinerator.
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Wrong Economics

The summary points of the Economic debate are… WRONG ECONOMICS Direct Capital Subsidy Considerable direct government support would be required to make the Rose Energy proposal viable. At least a £30m pump-priming injection is needed towards a total cost in … Continue reading

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CALNI Newsletter No. 2 Published

A small army of volunteers gathered in Glenavy on a fine morning to distribute what seemed like a tonne of newsletters. We delivered then to houses in Glenavy, Crumlin, Nutts Corner, Ballinderry, Feumore and the like. If you did not … Continue reading

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Protecting The Future – Securing The Present

Rose Energy has submitted thousands of pages in support of its application (S/2008/0630F) to build and operate an incinerator on a site near to Ulster Farm By Products on the Ballyvannon Road, Glenavy. Yet in all these pages it has failed … Continue reading

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