Public Forum to discuss Anderson's Planned Toxic Incinerator with international expert Dr. Paul Connett

Dr. Paul ConnettChemist Paul Connett, Ph.D., who has 23 years experience with waste management technology, will speak at a public meeting about the health risks and effects of toxic incinerator plants on communities.  The free public meeting on Tuesday, January 6 at 7 p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene in Anderson has been planned by community residents against the proposed PEAT International waste treatment facility. PEAT representatives have also been invited to speak at the meeting.

Connett has agreed to come to Anderson at no charge stating, "I am glad to help Anderson in any way I can." Dr. Connett is a graduate of Cambridge University and holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Dartmouth College.  In May 2006, he retired from his full professorship in chemistry at St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, where he taught for 23 years.  His specialty was environmental chemistry and toxicology. Over

the past 23 years his research on waste management has taken him to 49 US states and 50 other countries, where he has given approximately 2000 public presentations.  He has co-authored 6 peer reviewed articles on dioxin and numerous other articles on waste management.

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