The following article perhaps illustrates just how out of touch the hierarchy of Albright and Wilson were concerning their Rattlechain activities. It should serve as a reminder from history that claims made about this site, as well as others by the chemical industry are relevant for their present purpose. The Rattlechain lagoon site may have been called many things, but “efficient” is perhaps the most ludicrous suggestion ever made- (next to it being called “a safe haven for wildlife”. The calcium phosphate lie myth is narrated to this EU bureaucrat as though the site is a model for excellence. Mr Farquhar and co could certainly have set their underwear on fire- and not using the drying out p4 in the toxic laced sediment.
IT SHOULD ALSO BE NOTED THAT THOUGH AW STAFF ARE SHOWN WEARING PPE (PURELY FOR THE CAMERA), THEIR GUESTS WEAR NONE!
And worse still, a comment made in the Financial Post by former AW managing Director David Livingstone concerning the disastrous pollution problems at the Canadian Long Harbour plant. “It is now clear that when we built the Newfoundland plant we should have made the same arrangements for the treatment of effluent that we had already at Oldbury.”