Health fears raised at residents' meeting on proposed pyrolysis plant



Father-of-two Brad Watson is worried a pyrolysis plant, to be built near his house, will cause health problems for his young children.

Residents living near the site of a proposed pyrolysis plant have come together to learn how to oppose the controversial furnace.

More than 60 people turned up to get advice from a lawyer and ask questions at the Blenheim Residents and Ratepayers Association on Thursday evening.

Airborne emissions from the plant was a hot topic, with father-of-two Brad Watson worried chromium and arsenic  emissions could affect his young children.

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