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Ontario: Review of scientific literature found adverse health effects

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Paul Morden — Sarnia Observer — January 16, 2014

ENERGY: – A Lambton citizens group is hopeful that recent scientific literature that documents health impacts from wind turbines will provide ammunition in its battle against a planned wind farm.

The review of existing research literature was published in the winter edition of the Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine and concludes turbines placed too close to homes “can negatively affect the physical, mental and social well-being of people.”

The group We’re Against Industrial Turbines Plympton-Wyoming (WAIT-PW) is now touting the results in its efforts to lobby against Suncor Energy’s plan to build up to 46 industrial wind turbines in rural Lambton County.

The review also states there is sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that noise from industrial wind turbines “is a potential cause of health effects.”

Ontario requires wind turbines be built at least 550 metres back from neighbours, but opponents argue…

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