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Houston, Texas plant denying violations despite local residents’ complaints and health inspector confirmation

By March 18, 2016May 14th, 2020No Comments

ABC 13 Eyewitness News reports Heritage Creek residents in northwest Houston, Texas have been complaining about an obnoxious odor emanating from the Goodman Manufacturing Plant over the last year onto their properties. Local resident Peter Cirrone stated when it gets smoky and odorous they have to put their shirts over their mouths and go inside their homes. Homeowner Heather Browne described the odor as “stifling” while neighbor Inmaculada Caldazo likened it to “burning rubber or electric.”

The Houston health inspectors confirmed Goodman Manufacturing has violated city nuisance regulations. The Department of Pollution Control stated enforcement is pending against the plant. Officials have verbally advised Goodman Manufacturing of the violation, and a prepared written violation will be forthcoming.

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