Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-Mae-Moh-Power-Plant-Documentation-in-Thailand-27MZIFF6LVJ.htmlConceptually similarMae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5O4Completed★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5O5Completed★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5O6Completed★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5O8Completed★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5O9Completed★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5OACompleted★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5OBCompleted★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5OCCompleted★★★★Mae Moh Coal Mine in ThailandGP0STO5OECompleted★★★★View AllGP0CA9Toxics Mae Moh Power Plant Documentation in ThailandHeavy trucks transport lignite fuel from mining area. Lignite is burnt at the Mae Moh power plant, Lambang province, Thailand. Environmental activists in Thailand and elsewhere see the plant as an example of unclean power technology that should not be repeated in other countries. Proponents of coal and lignite plants say it offers cost effective energy with relatively little impact on the environment.Locations:Lampang (Province)-Mae Moh-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:1 Mar, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Yvan CohenMaximum size:5431px X 3563pxKeywords:Aerial view-Coal-Day-Energy-KWCI (GPI)-Lignite-Mining-Outdoors-Toxics (campaign title)-TrucksShoot:Toxics Mae Moh Power Plant Documentation in ThailandEnvironmental activists and villagers in the Mae Moh area believe that emissions from the Mae Moh power plant are the principal cause of respiratory disease in this area. An abnormal number of villagers in vicinity of the power plant are dying of respiratory related illnesses.