Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader reports that odors from Port Townsend Paper Corp’s 33 acre treatment pond topped concerns for residents at a recent public hearing at which the state Department of Ecology took comments. The president of Port Townsend Paper Corp. was present and took questions as well, denying reports that the paper company falsified its testing results. Residents say the stench and odors have been a problem for at least five years, and that if DOE’s plan to allow the company to continue testing for the source of the odors is approved, the problem will persist until at least 2015.
We do not currently represent anyone at this site. We have represented over a thousand similarly situated people around the country in various odor nuisance cases. We, along with The Simon Law Firm and the Stritmatter Firm represent hundreds of people in Washington state in two different neighborhoods whose use and enjoyment of their property are being allegedly compromised by foul odors coming from composting at two different composting facilities outside of Seattle. We are also investigating odors released from an industrial treatment pond in Idaho impacting nearby neighborhoods. To find out how we can help, contact Zakariah Johnson at 904-553-7193 or at www.zjohnsonlaw.com