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Residents in Oak Ridge, Georgia in dispute over smell of styrene

By March 28, 2015September 9th, 2019No Comments

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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