We sent the following press release out this morning. Please share with friends and any media contacts that you have. Thanks.
June 29, 2020
The People's Town Hall
Endicott Battery Incineration Project
On Thursday, July 2
at 6:30 pm, a Zoom Town Hall will be hosted by
It is open to everyone.
We expect that this will be a dynamic dialogue about one of the most significant threats facing the people of Endicott and surrounding communities.
NoBurnBroome experts will present their concerns about the project
and will answer questions that people
have. All points
of view are welcome.
•• Learn the dangers about storing lithium-ion batteries and using incineration as the process for recycling them.
•• Can this facility impact our health, environment, business, property values, and future generations?
•• The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation approved the legal release of at least four known human carcinogens in the Air Permit it gave SungEel in March 2020. What is the fate of these carcinogens?
•• Location, Topography, and all that Rain.
We will discuss the private meeting held for ‘community leaders’ that was organized by the Public Relations firm for SungEel on Monday, June 29
as well as the restricted public meeting they are holding on Tuesday, June 30
Zoom Meeting Details
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Meeting ID: 853 4438 4606
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NoBurnBroome formed on April 15, 2020, because air emissions know no boundaries.
We don’t want any community in the county to have to deal with this kind of toxic assault in the 21
Century. It’s at times like this that we have to help each other. We want and need jobs, but not at the expense of cancers in our children, family, or neighbors. We need clean technologies that respect our health and environment.
Included with press release was a photo of
SungEel’s stacks looking over the closest baseball field.