Ontario’s farmers, furious about the toxic sludge coming out of their wells, have finally got the wind power outfits causing it charged with a raft of offences under the Environment Protection Act.
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.
Pundits have predicted that the next major war will be sparked over water. In Ontario just such a battle is (pardon the pun) well underway.
STT has reported on the destruction of underground water supplies in Chatham-Kent a number of times, including this post: Ontario: Water, Water Everywhere – But Thanks to Wind Turbines – Not A Drop to Drink
Locals are furious, not just at the fact that once pristine water supplies have been turned to toxic sludge, they are wild at…
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