Alberni Environmental Coalition
Address: 4770 Johnston Road, Port Alberni, BC (Canada)
The three groups below fought for over two years and stopped the proposal for the world's largest dedicated tire incinerator in Preston, MN. It was defeated in January 2005.
Sierra Club North Star Chapter - Minnesota
Contact: Michelle Rosier, Sierra Club Clean Air Organizer
Friends of Hudson
Address: Box 362 Hudson, NY 12534
Notes: Stopped the construction of a cement kiln proposed by Holcim / Saint Lawrence Cement which could have burn tires for fuel if built. Now fighting Lafarge's plans to burn 5 million tires/year in Ravena, NY.
People for Less Pollution
Address: PO Box 1350, Middlebury, VT 05752
Email list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PeopleForLessPollution/
Northeast Clean Air Coalition
Address: PO Box 95, Vergennes, VT 05491
Notes: People for Less Pollution and Northeast Clean Air Coalition led the fight against proposed tire burning at the International Paper (IP) paper mill in Ticonderoga in eastern New York State, near the Vermont border. IP started a test burn in late 2006 and gave up when test data showed unacceptably high emissions.
Citizens Against Burning of Tires (CABOT)
Notes: Fighting tire burning at Lafarge Brookfield cement kiln.
Keep Erie's Environment Protected (KEEP)
Notes: Fighting largest proposal for a dedicated tire incinerator in the U.S. (800 tons/day) planned by Erie Renewable Energy, LLC (owned by Boston-based Caletta Renewable Energy, LLC).
Texas Center for Policy Studies
Fax: 512-474-7846 Address: 44 East Avenue Suite 306, Austin, TX 78701
Notes: Fighting tire-burning cement kilns along U.S.-Mexico border.
Global Anti-Incinerator Alliance/Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)
Address: Unit 320, Eagle Court Cond., 26 Matalino St., Barangay Central, Quezon City, Philippines
(Regional addresses can be found on their website.)
Sierra Club - Lone Star Chapter
Neil Carman, Ph.D.