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Wind farm is just madness  

I have just read the expensive propaganda leaflet sent by npower that we paid for out of our electricity bills, that are already too high.

I noticed that the enormous wind towers proposed for Mynydd-y-Gwair will be far too close to a major roadway and almost immediate to the main source of water for Swansea. The destruction of the landscape will shovel all our heritage into the main watercourses of Swansea, right into the Lliw Reservoir.

A few pitiful bales of hay were used at Cefn Croes wind farm supposedly to stop the poisoning cascade of debris, concrete, industrial waste and toxic chemicals produced when a wind farm is built. Stop this madness before you are forced to drink it!

Ellyn Harries

Iscennen Road, Ammanford

Evening Post

22 July 2008

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