Posts tagged with ‘odor nuisance’

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Max Environmental fined $67,800 for noxious odors

by Zakariah Johnson

According to Max Environmental Technologies who owns an industrial waste storage and treatment facility in Yukon, PA has been fined $67,800 for noxious odors blowing off site. The news story states that “Norvelt District Judge Roger Eckels found MAX Environmental Technologies guilty of violating a township ordinance prohibiting noxious odors from blowing off the site […]

Heartland Biogas Odors

by Zakariah Johnson

According to a story on Denver 7 neighbors who live near the Heartland Biogas Project east of La Salle, Colorado are complaining of noxious odors from the biogas project.  We represent homeowners across the country who have lost the use and enjoyment of their property because of nuisance noxious odors from commercial waste facilities. If your […]

Foul Odor Blankets Orlando Neighborhood

by Zakariah Johnson Click Orlando reports that the City of Kissimmee hired an environmental engineering company to conduct an odor evaluation around the Affordable Bio Feedstock plant, after complaints from residents about noxious odors on their properties.  The results of the study linked the plant to the odors, and the owner has admitted to the problem. We […]

Oberlin Ohio Landfill Odors

by Zakariah Johnson

Residents in Oberlin, Ohio deal with both trash and odors from landfill Cleveland is reporting that Ohio EPA is working with the owners of an Oberlin, Ohio landfill on abating the odors which have permeated into residential properties.  Meanwhile, residents like Ron Novak and Carole Keynon are continuing to voice their concerns for their […]

Odors Reported From 110 Sand Company Landfill Near Melville New York

by Zakariah Johnson

News 12 Long Island is reporting that residents in Plainview, New York had to leave their homes because of the noxious odors coming from the 110 Sand Company Landfill.   While I do not currently represent anyone in Long Island, New York, I have represented hundreds of hundreds of people similarly situated throughout the United […]

Grimm’s Fuel Company Odors in Tualatin, Oregon

by Zakariah Johnson

The Oregonian is reporting that neighbors of the Grimm’s Fuel Company composting facility in Tualatin, Oregon, are raising concerns about its possible expansion into composting.  The facility is hoping to be able to compost residential food waste if a curbside pickup program is implemented.  However, some residents fear the additional odor problems that would create, […]

Apex Landfill Ohio

by Zakariah Johnson

Apex Landfill in Steubenville, Ohio has their operating license request for 2014 tabled by health board Herald-Star is reporting ( that until the Jefferson County Board of Health receives a full report of the recent notices of violation at the facility, it will not consider the landfill’s request for a 2014 operating license.  From September […]

Los Angeles Oil Field Air Quality and Odors

by Zakariah Johnson

USC’s newspaper, the Daily Trojan, is reporting ( concern is mounting about the air quality and safety of South Los Angeles residents in light of emissions from a nearby oil field owned by Allenco Energy Co.  The oil field increased its production by 400% in 2010 and since then air quality officials have received 251 […]

Papermill Odors Plaguing Michigan Residents

by Zakariah Johnson

Upper Michigan is reporting ( that odors from the Escanaba Paper Company in Escanaba, Michigan have been bothering residents for two months, since July of this year.  The mill’s spokesperson cited its wastewater treatment plant as the source of the problem and said that they are adding a chemical to the water to try […]

Neighbors seek odor relief from Wilmington food compost center

by Zakariah Johnson is reporting that neighbors are complaining of odors from the Wilmington Organic Recycling Center near the Port of Wilmington. Deleware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has fined Peninsula Composting Company LLC $25,000 for prohibited wastes, storing wastes outside approved areas, piles exceeding state size limits and inadequate cash reserves for properly shutting […]