can help. Everyone can contribute.
A little of your time, or a donation – your help will make a difference.
Write to your elected
Write to any of the following TDs, saying
that you believe the proposed incinerator is a threat to public health,
and that you intend, at every opportunity, to vote against any politician
whose party supports it:
- Ned O’Keeffe (Fianna
Fail), Ballylough, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork
- Michael Ahern (Fianna
Fail), Barryscourt, Carrigtwhohill, Co. Cork.
- Mícheál Martin (Fianna
Fail, Minister for Health), Lios Laoi, 16 Silver Manor, Ballinlough,
- Martin Cullen (Fianna
Fail, Minister for the Environment), 8 Ballinakill Crescent, Waterford.
- Bertie Ahern (Fianna
Fail, Taoiseach), St Luke's, 161 Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9.
- Mary Harney (Progressive
Democrats), Constituency Office, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
- Enda Kenny (Party
Leader, Fine Gael), Tucker Street, Castlebar, Co. Mayo.
- Pat Rabbitte (Party Leader, Labour), 56
Monastery Drive, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
the above and others can also be written to c/o Dáil Éireann, Dublin
Your personal help is always welcome. If you can help on a regular
basis, or even if you can only help out with the occasional event,
please contact us and give us your details or fundraising ideas.
Phone: 021 481 5564 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a donation to the fund for the forthcoming High Court Appeal,
or set up a standing order if you would like to donate on a regular
Encourage your friends, family, neighbours, and colleagues to find
out more for themselves about the dangers of mass incineration, by
visiting our website.
- Make a sign for your
house, garden & windows.
- Use car stickers
and badges. Samples will be available to download from our website.
- Keep watching
local press or access our website for details of forthcoming events.
- Get informed. And expect your local and
national representatives to be informed.
- One of Irelands most
senior planning inspectors (Mr Philip Jones) gave 14 major planning
reasons why the Ringaskiddy incinerator should not be built. So
convinced was he that planning would not be granted, that he set
out no conditions for the development.
Read the government inspectors report here!
Thank you for your