Posts Tagged ‘Dump’

ERT Witness Statement – Andrew Martin

April 20 | Posted by Jeff | Document Library

Andrew Martin is a neighbour of the Richmond landfill. He presented his Participant Statement to the Environmental Review Tribunal today (Monday, 20 April 2015). Read his statement by clicking here:ERT Participant Statement – Andrew Martin

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ERT Witness Statement – Wilf Ruland

April 17 | Posted by Jeff | Document Library

Wilf Ruland, expert hydrogeologist provides background and analyses of the hydrogeological setting of the Richmond Landfill. He will testify about the groundwater and the plume of leaking leachate into the underlying fractured bedrock.  Read his testimony by clicking this link: 2013 Witness Statement (final)

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ERT Witness Statement – Wilf Ruland (Supplemental)

April 17 | Posted by Jeff | Document Library

Wilf Ruland is the expert hydrogeologist retained by the Concerned Citizens to investigate, analyze, and report on hydrogeological issues at the Richmond Landfill. Waste Management has for many years claimed that the Richmond Landfill was not impacting off-site ground water quality. Mr. Ruland has testified that in his opinion Waste Management was incorrect. Read his entire testimony by clicking the link: 2015... Read more

ERT Witness Statement – Ian Munro

April 13 | Posted by Jeff | Document Library

WITNESS STATEMENT OF IAN MUNRO OUTLINE OF EVIDENCE (a) Introduction 1. I am a member of the Concerned Citizens Committee of Tyendinaga and Environs (“CCCTE”), and currently serve on the CCCTE’s Technical Sub-Committee. As a resident of the Town of Greater Napanee, I have no personal, pecuniary or proprietary interest in the subject-matter of the appeal filed by the CCCTE. My evidence will... Read more

Mary Lynne Sammon

January 27 | Posted by Jeff | The Leaky Land Blog

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Mary Lynne Sammon. She has been at the heart and soul of the Citizens Group from the beginning. A creative and lateral thinker, a dedicated worker, and a principled team member, she will be greatly missed. Chief R. Don Maracle of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte said: “I enjoyed... Read more

“Put Art in Your Life” Raffle Results

January 8 | Posted by Jeff | The Leaky Land Blog

Congratulations to our “Put Art in Your Life” Raffle Winners on January 7,2015! The winners from last night’s final draw are: 4th prize: MIKE WHALEN of Marysville, “Me and my Iris” wall bowl 3rd prize: MARY SURMAN of Centreville, “Crown Sterling” framed watercolour 2nd prize: GERRY DIEMERT of Corbyville, “Iris Vase” one of a kind vase 1st prize: PJ DAVIS-BEACH of Deseronto, “Iris Wall Lamp”... Read more

Municipal Election: Where Do The Candidates Stand?

October 10 | Posted by Jeff | News

The Concerned Citizens have offered to meet and brief all local candidates in the upcoming election. Most have accepted the offer. We have also offered to publish their statements on the issue. The following are direct transcriptions of the statements provided. Any additional statements will be published as they are received.       Robert Dorey – Napanee Mayor More time and more research have... Read more

Leachate from the Richmond Landfill is leaking off-site

October 4 | Posted by Jeff | The Leaky Land Blog

Fears of Concerned Citizens of dangerous chemicals from the Richmond Landfill moving onto nearby properties are confirmed. An investigation into off-site leachate contamination from the Richmond Landfill has found that the probable carcinogen 1,4 dioxane is present in off-site groundwater and in the domestic wells of neighbouring properties. These test results were obtained as a consequence of an ongoing legal challenge... Read more

Leachate Contains 1,4 Dioxane

October 4 | Posted by Jeff | The Leaky Land Blog

Leachate Leachate sample collected from Richmond Landfill received at the Greater Napanee sewage plant for treatment before being released into the Napanee River. The sludge is spread on regional farms as a solid waste fertilizer. 1,4 Dioxane This leachate contains 1,4 dioxane, a chemical highly soluble in water, does not bind to soils and readily leaches into groundwater. It is also resistant to naturally... Read more

“Put Art in Your Life” Raffle – Great Progress – Early Bird Winner Announced

October 4 | Posted by Jeff | The Leaky Land Blog

The environmental impacts of siting a landfill at this site on fractured limestone are now well documented and accepted by the MOE and Waste Management. This is largely thanks to our team of scientific experts and the Environmental Review Tribunal initiated by the Concerned Citizens. In order to pay for the expert consultation the Concerned Citizens have been running a... Read more