A Georgetown University pediatrician is concerned an insulation factory being built in Jefferson County, West Virginia, will harm the health of children.
Twelve members of the Jefferson County Development Authority, which played a major role in luring the Rockwool company to build an insulation factory in a former apple orchard in West Virginia, have resigned.
Rockwool Vice President Michael Zarin said the company is getting closer to installing air monitoring units at the school, and at least one other still-to-be-determined location in the country.
Environmental inspectors at the Rockwool insulation construction site have found 10 potential sinkholes at the Jefferson County, West Virginia, location where a controversial 24-hour-a-day manufacturing plant is being built.
Among the questions being debated as the Rockwool insulation factory is being built in Jefferson County, West Virginia, is: “Will the emissions make people sick?”
The Rockwool company, which is building a controversial insulation plant in Ranson, West Virginia, has been cited by the state environmental agency for failing to ensure against stormwater runoff.
Some residents around Ranson, West Virginia, are concerned about emissions that the 24-hour-a-day factory will emit. Gov. Jim Justice had been silent about the issue since June 26, the day ground was broken for the factory.
A watchdog group representing more than 10,000 concerned residents has filed a lawsuit to immediately stop construction of a 24-hour-a-day insulation factory being built on a former apple orchard in Jefferson County, West Virginia.
The lawyer for a controversial factory being built in Jefferson County, West Virginia, is vowing legal action if local governments try to stop construction.
Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., has sent a letter Friday to the Environmental Protection Agency, expressing concern about the Rockwool insulation manufacturing plant being built a dozen miles across the border in Ranson, West Virginia.
“I would normally never, ever comment on something that was voted on in another county, let alone another state. But, when things like this can negatively impact my county, I think I have the right and duty to comment on it,” said Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall.
The president of a company building a controversial insulation factory in Jefferson County, West Virginia, is vowing the 24-hour-a-day plant will not harm the environment or nearby residents.
Ground has been broken for an insulation factory in Jefferson County, West Virginia, raising safety and health concerns from neighbors.
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