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Craig Watch Wind Farm – Glass Hall Meeting

The developers for the proposed wind farm at Craig Watch are holding a meeting in Glass Hall on Thursday 17th November 3pm until 7pm. All are welcome.

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Craig Watch Wind Farm – Glass Community Association (Nov 21)

 

2 thoughts on “Craig Watch Wind Farm – Glass Hall Meeting”

  1. I assume there has been debate about the low frequency of wind turbines, as there has now been quite a bit of scientific research done on the harmful affects of 2.3-3.6 MW low-frequency side affects, such as headaches, tinnitus, ear pressure, (www.hear-it.org) fatigue,nausea, digestive disorders, cough and vision problems. Upwind produces low levels of infrasound, and as studies progress heart-rate in humans are being monitored too. http://www.nature.com/scietific report on heart rate changes from wind farms. The small wind turbines =2mw less damaging, but for the large wind turbines they are best on coastal areas, or as far from human homes as possible.

  2. My grandfather was born in Craigwatch cottage so I am sad to see another beautiful part of the country side will be ruined by these horrific looking structures. 🙁

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