Now in the Hands
(Photo from Suncor's Ripley Wind Project, courtesy of Santo Giorno)
Donations can be made payable to WAIT-PW and gratefully accepted by mail to:
PO Box 219
Plympton Wyoming, ON
Donations can be deposited directly to WAIT-PW, at any branch of Southwest Regional Credit Union by specifying our account as WAIT-PW. Donations also available online.
We are not a non-profit organization. We are a group of concerned citizens. Please ask your accountant if donations will be tax deductible.
Here is a photo gallery of wind turbines from north of Goderich, taken on Canada Day weekend, 2012. Move your mouse over the images on the left to change the large picture. These industrial installations are not desirable in Plympton-Wyoming or Lambton County.
As a non-profit, volunteer organization,100% of your donation goes to fight wind turbine development. There are no paid positions in WAIT-PW.
Our Mission Statement:
Plympton Wyoming residents informing the public, to dispel the misinformation about Industrial Wind Turbines.
We aim to preserve and promote our existing rural landscape and small town values, free of danger to our health, economy, and free from division amongst our residents.
How we do this:
1) We provide fact based information about the impact of Industrial Wind Turbines.
2) We provide this information to the public, the media and to all levels of government through town hall meetings, web & print resources, and by individual, personal contact where possible.
3) We seek everyone concerned to join us now!
WAIT-PW volunteers continue to work on your behalf. We have:
assisted with monitoring baseline acoustical measurements at select homes in the project area; this is now complete.
prepared and distributed an information kit to households based on the science that tells us who are most vulnerable to turbine noise
organized and attended meetings with like-minded groups
made presentations, provided media with letters of concern, written submissions on key topics
raised various concerns about Suncor/Nextera’s Cedar Point Industrial Wind Project start up at Community Liaison Committee meetings.