The Grayslake Triblocal reports that families are concerned about the continued high levels of hydrogen sulfide from the Countryside Landfill. Residents attended an IEPA meeting last week and expressed their concerns that, rather than address current pollution levels, the landfill operators are trying to get their permit changed to allow a higher emission rate.
We previously blogged about this concern a year ago. While I do not represent anyone in Grayslake, Illinois, I am licensed to practice law in Illinois, and I do represent hundreds of similarly situated people around the country in landfill litigation cases. To find out if The Simon Law Firm can help with a landfill litigation case, contact environmental lawyer Todd Hageman.