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Emergency Ordinance Passes with Unanimous Vote by Youngstown (Ohio) City Council Dec. 20 2023, placing moratorium on pyrolysis

Updated: Jan 3

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Happy Kwanzaa!

Emergency ordinance passes with unanimous vote by Youngstown City Council Dec. 20 2023, prohibiting pyrolysis -  SEVEN YES VOTES! for establishing a year long (completely extendable) moratorium on any type of pyrolysis in Youngstown, Ohio! 

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Happy Kwanzaa!  Emergency ordinance passes with unanimous vote by Youngstown City Council Dec. 20 2023, prohibiting pyrolysis -  SEVEN YES for establishing a year long (completely extendable) moratorium on any type of pyrolysis in Youngstown, Ohio! 
Emergency ordinance passes with unanimous vote by Youngstown (Ohio) City Council Dec. 20 2023, placing moratorium on pyrolysis

Thanks to all who attended the City Council meeting in support.

Thank you Leigh Greene for speaking and urging the YES vote,

Thank you, Addison, our attorney for speaking and letting them know all the legal ramifications  and urging a YES vote! READ full moratorium ordinance: https://www.stop-sobe.com/post/city-council-ordinance-yes-vote-to-stop-pyrolysis

We encourage everyone to join us in not only the jubilation but the next year of establishing once and for all that pyrolysis and related processes* are not a good idea - lotta work ahead! We invite you to please join us - sign up for our newsletter, discussion and updates here: https://groups.google.com/u/3/g/concerncitizens/about - ask to join with that button or click the phrase "Contact owners and managers of Concerned Citizens Mahoning Valley" & ask us.

Or send us an email: sustainableyoungstown@gmail.com 330-333-1264


* Pyrolysis & related processes have many names: thermochemical processes, thermal cracking, advanced recycling, non-mechanical recycling technology, purification, feedstock (thermal conversion) recycling, hydrothermal treatment (including carbonisation, liquefaction, and supercritical water gasification), gasification (including direct, indirect, and plasma), plastics renewal, molecular recycling, depolymerization, slow pyrolysis, torrefaction, fast pyrolysis, flash pyrolysis, microwave-assisted, and ultrafast–all classified as incineration, liquefaction, solvolysis, methanolysis, glycolysis.


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