Update on the smell of biodiesel
Residents and tourists to historic Carthage said the smell was unbearable, and took refuge indoors. After city officials went to a court to ask the plant be shut down, company officials said they were working on the problem. RES installed ozone scrubbers, thermal oxidizers, and caused negative pressure inside the plant to eliminate the smell. With the plant located just a few blocks from downtown, these measure were important, and did clean up the air somewhat. Carthage residents are in favor of the plant, but only if it is odor-free, as plant officials promised before opening. Sound familiar?
[Source: NPR, thanks to Jamison]
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