Ontario’s farmers keep complaining about the toxic sludge coming out of their wells, while the wind power outfits that have obviously caused the damage, keep lying about it.
Pile-driving and the excavations required for 400m³ of steel reinforced concrete for the hundreds of turbine bases across Chatham-Kent are the only new and intervening factor capable of turning (hitherto potable) underground water a silty black.
Locals know it, and are keen to seek redress from the powers that be:
Chatham-Kent residents take water wells fight to Queen’s Park
8 March 2018
A group of Chatham-Kent residents took their fight for better water to Queen’s Park.
Members of the Water Wells First group held a news conference in Toronto on Thursday, hoping to get more attention to an issue that has been discussed locally for more than a year.
The group is upset with the North-Kent wind farm…
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