Ministry of Environment Incident Reports (IR
s)A Snapshot of an Impacted Family in OntarioDecember, 2008
Families reporting harm have been told different things.They may be told they are the only ones complaining about the negative effects occurringsince wind turbines started turning.Or that they are imaging the sleep disturbance, headaches, nausea, vertigo, loss of quality of life and so on.Or that their symptoms occur in the general population
so what’s the problem?
Or they are upset because they aren’t getting money.
Or the MOE will investigate.Or that the wind turbines are running in
compliance and they just have to “get used to it”.
The list goes on.
Examples of the complaints process:
The attached PDF has copies of MOE Incident Reports completed by a Ministry of Environment district office employee concerning one home.
The employees name and the company name have been removed. Copies have been verified
Incident Reports by a family
This excerpt shows that 11 separate Incident Reports (IR) regarding one household werecreated by the Ontario Ministry of Environment employee. (Pages 1
Each individual report is actually 4 pages in total but is too cumbersome to include all in this communication
Each report has a reference number, the date the report was created by the employee (March9, 2009) and the date it was closed (March 31, 2009).