Power station likely to go ahead.CONTROVERSIAL proposals to site a power station near two Leamington Leamington, town, Canada
Leamington (lē`mĭngtən, lĕm`–), town (1991 pop. 14,182), S Ont., Canada, on Lake Erie. In a market-gardening area, it has large canneries. It is the gateway to Point Pelée National Park. schools could win planning approval on Monday.
Planning officers are recommending Warwick district councillors to pass the plans from Yorkshire-based Carlton Power, on the basis the plant would be subject to strict pollution controls.
The power firm wants to build a gas turbine turbine, rotary engine that uses a continuous stream of fluid (gas or liquid) to turn a shaft that can drive machinery.
A water, or hydraulic, turbine is used to drive electric generators in hydroelectric power stations. energy centre on part of the disused disused
no longer used
Adj. 1. disused - no longer in use; "obsolete words"
noncurrent - not current or belonging to the present time
disused adj AP site in Juno Drive, off Queensway, to provide electricity for the region at times of high demand.
Teachers and governors at the nearby St Patrick's and Kingsway primary schools say noise vibrations would make it hard for youngsters to concentrate in lessons.
They are also concerned that emissions of nitrogen and sulphur dioxides sulphur dioxide
Chem a strong-smelling colourless soluble gas, used in the manufacture of sulphuric acid and in the preservation of foodstuffs
Noun 1. from the plant may pose health risks.
The scheme has also provoked pro·voke
tr.v. pro·voked, pro·vok·ing, pro·vokes
1. To incite to anger or resentment.
2. To stir to action or feeling.
3. To give rise to; evoke: provoke laughter. opposition from more than 230 users of AP sports and social club, who say they will have nowhere to go if the former factory site is developed.