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Alexander Lough,

I agree with what Mr Swan has said,the reasonpeople don't know about how dangerous this area outside Dunbar is,is because SEPA are indenial.
Lafarge and Viridor are self monitoring,what does that say.
They go on because SEPA
allow them to.

David Swan

Do you think the French are going to tell the truth? I doubt it. We had 40 nuclear releases and never heard a squeak for years, and we also have the worst polluter in Scotland, Lafarge, that works under company confidentiality. They bully their employes with the sack if they say anything and have SEPA in their pocket too. SEPA is short for the South East Pollution Agency.

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