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Blog Posts in October, 2015

  • Odors from North Bend, Oregon organic fertilizer plant declared a nuisance

    We previously blogged that neighbors had been complaining for more than 15 months about the odors emanating from Rapid Grow Nutrients in North Bend, Oregon. The Coos Bay World is now reporting the North Bend City Council unanimously declared the facility to be a nuisance. The City Council felt the organic fertilizer manufacturer had been given ample time to rectify the problem, but nearby ...
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  • Odors from Middle Point Landfill in Murfreesboro, Tennessee are making residents sick

    The Daily News Journal is reporting that activists, including Statewide Organizing for Community eMpowerment (SOCM) , Bring Urban Recycling to Nashville Today! (BURNT) and the Sierra Club Tennessee Chapter have been meeting with residents to encourage them to sway state regulators to stop the Republic owned landfill from polluting the air and water nearby. The odors have been so awful at ...
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  • Jury returns verdict in favor of residents against the Tunnel Hill Landfill in Perry County, Ohio

    Todd Hageman of The Simon Law Firm, P.C. along with Zak Johnson of Zakariah Johnson, PLLC and Tom Theado of Gary, Naegele and Theado, prevailed in a seven day trial as to liability on behalf of 121 residents against the owner and operator of the Tunnell Hill Landfill. The jury rendered its verdict on July 28, 2015 that the landfill was operated in a negligent manner. The landfill is located in ...
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  • Residents plagued by stench from the Layon Landfill in Inarajan, Guam

    As reported by the Pacific Daily News , partially treated human waste is a contributing factor to the odors plaguing residents in Inarajan, Guam. Residents started complaining about noxious odors not long after the landfill opened on September 1, 2011. Historically, residents complained for years about the nearby Ordot dump, which was closed by order of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ...
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  • Suit filed by The Simon Law Firm, P.C. targets Scottrade in hack case

    As reported by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch , The Simon Law Firm, P.C. has filed a class action law suit against Scottrade, alleging that lax security at the brokerage firm allowed hackers to steal customer information. If you feel you have been affected, contact The Simon Law Firm, P.C.
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  • Something smells fishy to neighbors near Rapid Grow Nutrients fertilizer plant in North Bend, Oregon

    The World reports residents near Rapid Grow Nutrients fertilizer plant in North Bend, Oregon have been forced to endure the stench of rotten materials used for manufacturing fertilizer. Rapid Grow Nutrients uses fish, fish by-products and other ocean sources to create their fertilizer. During the past 15 months, neighbors have been complaining of a pungent stench coming from the plant. The North ...
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