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Report by Paula Antolini
April 27, 2015 4:25PM EDT
Photo above: Applicant’s present business, Mono-crete Step, the same property where he wants to build the crematorium.
Crematorium P&Z Meeting Tomorrow; Please Sign the Petition to STOP THE CREMATORIUM
If you want to protect Bethel’s air, water and soil from being polluted by toxic chemicals from a proposed crematorium, and also protect real estate values in Bethel, CT, then it is important for all residents attend the Planning & Zoning Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. in the Denis J. Riordan Meeting Room D of the Clifford J. Hurgin Municipal Center, 1 School Street, Bethel CT.
Let your voices be heard that we do not want a crematorium in Bethel’s Clarke Business Park or anywhere else in Bethel, CT. Tell the Planning & Zoning Commission why a crematorium will not be good for Bethel, health hazards, lower real estate values, and will not draw more business into Bethel. Many of the Clarke Park business owners are against this crematorium, some already have their properties up for sale, along with officials of our Economic Development Committee opposing crematoriums, and 175 families in Bethel oppose crematoriums too, so far (see petition comments too). Many people do not know about this proposed crematorium yet. Help get the word out. This is not only our town opposing a crematorium, many towns across the United States are doing so also.
A crematorium poses numerous health hazards, including toxic vapors which can get into the water and earth and cause extreme illness and even death. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has stated that exposure to mercury/metallic vapor on the human body, even in chronic low doses, can cause all sorts of negative effects in adults, children and animals, such as birth defects in babies, neurological defects, damage or destruction of nerve tissue, effects to the the visual cortex and the cerebellum (brain section that controls movement and balance) and it can permanently damage or fatally injure the brain and kidneys, or cause death.
Mercury concentrations released into the outdoor air and are washed into soil and water via rain or snow, and it causes contamination. When mercury enters bodies of water, biological processes transform it to methylmercury, a highly toxic and bioaccumulative form. Fish can absorb methylmercury from their food and directly from water as it passes over their gills.
Besides now having dead bodies (human remains) aboard trucks driving through Bethel roads and our business park each day/week/month, the larger concern should be about the impact on the air quality in Bethel to humans and animals/pets, and how far the pollution might travel, or if anyone has DONE (or plans on conducting) an air quality impact test. Or has anyone studied crematorium impact data, such as the amount of toxins in crematory emissions (for instance, mercury as a source of pollution through incinerated dental amalgam fillings). There is also a concern about communicative diseases of which the individuals might have passed.
A crematorium also negatively affects real estate values. There is also concern about how the increasing popularity of cremation will impact traffic and all of the above problems and quality of life.
You will find excellent information on the website of the Community Awareness Network, see https://no2crematory.wordpress.com/ who has a wealth of documented information on crematoriums and is keeping track of all the communities across the United Stated that are also against crematoriums and attending their town meetings in a similar battle, trying to get officials to see how harmful crematoriums are to our health, real estate values, and quality of life as we know it here in our lovely New England town of Bethel CT.
Of particular interest is “Crematorium Emissions Data.” See: https://no2crematory.wordpress.com/the-toxic-truth-data/ This is an outline of key points in several documents found to have useful information on the matter of toxins in crematory emissions. The documents can be viewed by following the links in blue. Also click on the links to the right side of the page, which are stories of other towns fighting crematoriums.
PROTECT BETHEL’S AIR, WATER AND SOIL.
PROTECT OUR REAL ESTATE VALUES.
PROTECT OUR FAMILY’S HEALTH, ESPECIALLY OUR CHILDREN’S and PET’S HEALTH.
We should not have to fight for clean air!
Please Sign the Petition to STOP THE CREMATORIUM:
Attend tomorrow night’s meeting.