A ferrochrome production facility in Coniston – what does it mean?
A community-led, fact-based panel discussion and information session on the potential ferrochrome smelter.
Organized by: Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury
Hosted by: Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury and Laurentian University School of the Environment
(i) Panel discussion: Hear from the community, and from expert panelists who will share information about emissions and waste products, environmental and health impacts, and the environmental review and regulatory process.
(ii) Town Hall Q&A: Ask your questions
(iii) Open House: Speak 1-1 with panelists, view & pick up further information, connect with others.
Confirmed expert panelists:
- Dr. Stefan Siemann (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Laurentian University)
- Dr. Charles Ramcharan (School of the Environment, Laurentian University)
- Liza Vandermeer (retired MOECC staff member)
- Brennain Lloyd (Northwatch)
Transportation to the event from downtown will be available for those that need it. Two Lockerby taxi vans will be in front of the downtown Arena at 2:20 and will leave at 2:40pm. There will be signs on the van that say Ferrochrome Meeting Coniston.
Note that École Notre-Dame de la Merci is at the northern most end of Edward Avenue in Coniston, on the left side. (The google map doesn't get it quite right).
2 avenue Edward N
Coniston, ON P0M 1M0
Google map and directions