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Public hearings to be held this week on Titan's draft air permit

The N.C. Division of Air Quality issued a draft air permit to Titan last month. Now they’re looking to the public to help them decide whether to alter it or deny Titan the permit altogether. Three public hearings will be held this week to discuss the permit, which would regulate how much pollutants Titan will be allowed to emit.

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Many experts say NO to Titan Cement!

Actually Tom Radewicz,contrary to what you said in this interview, those opposing a cement plant in Castle Hayne ARE scientists and geologist and physicians and economic experts. The process by which Titan is trying to get their permits is flawed. The community needs to insist that a comprehensive study and health impact study be done before any permits are issued. And many. many experts are saying just that. So maybe you believe in just sitting back and accepting this flawed process that DOES NOT PROTECT OUR CHILDREN from Titan's pollutants, but the rest of us intend to voice our concerns and insist we have clean, healthy air to breath.