For more than a decade, people living near Bolt Hill Road in Eliot, Maine have been complaining of a foul odor. Recent testing revealed dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide gas. According to the Seacoast Online, the highest levels of hydrogen sulfide were 250 parts per million.
According to Foster’s Daily Democrat, the town’s Board of Selectmen and lawyers are writing to the owner of Eliot Commons, a shopping center with a private sewer system, which they believe is the cause of the smell. The highest levels were found at the Commons. At least 41 private units around the Commons are also connected to the sewer system
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