The Daily Record reports that the City of Wooster and EnviroClean, a local business, are in a court fight over unbearable odors that have affected residents. The City just dismissed and refiled a lawsuit against the company. High concentrations of dimethyl sulfide were found in air samples. According to the CDC, exposure to dimethyl sulfide can cause irritation eyes, nose; headache; dizziness; conjunctivitis; photophobia (abnormal visual intolerance to light); periorbital (situated around the eye) edema; dysphonia, aphonia, dysphagia, productive cough; chest pain; dyspnea (breathing difficulty), cyanosis; vomiting, diarrhea; dysuria; analgesia; fever; proteinuria, hematuria (blood in the urine); eye, skin burns; delirium. It is also a potential carcinogen.
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