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Courier – Mossmorran flaring “worst we’ve ever known” says campaigner

Community campaigners in Fife have welcomed an assertion that fears about adverse impacts from the Mossmorran petrochemical plant will be properly addressed.

The Courier revealed last week how local man James Glen met with officials from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in a bid to see continuous noise monitoring equipment installed at two residences in Lochgelly and one in Auchtertool amid concerns about noise levels during flaring at the nearby plant.

A recent investigation suggested that World Health Organisation guidelines for community noise had been breached 19 times out of 22 during the day, and 11 out of 21 times for night-time noise levels, although an initial probe could not determine whether the nearby Little Raith wind farm, the A92 road or the Mossmorran complex was ultimately responsible.

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