More than 20 residents from Oak Ridge, Georgia have complained of the smell of styrene in their subdivision. Cherokee Tribune has reported that Georgia Environmental Protection Division held a public hearing on the matter on March 3rd. Bob Swanson, a resident in Oak Ridge, described the nuisance he battles when trying to work on his yard, “I get the dry heaves, a burning in my eyes, fluids start coming out of my nostrils and I have to go in”. Concerns are still being collected at this time by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division until March 10th.
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