Salem News reports that after numerous complaints about odors, and the potential for a fire, the EPA has indicated that it will evaluate the A&L Salvage landfill. The OEPA has been fielding complaints from residents for several years. In 2007, the EPA had assessed the site when a subsurface fire was detected. At the time, the levels of hydrogen sulfide contamination were at the nuisance level.
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