The Daily Press reports residents of Gloucester County, New Jersey have been complaining constantly of the odors from the Middle Peninsula Landfill and Recycling Center. The nauseating odors have been lingering for months, allegedly caused by recent waste containing a higher level of sulfate. The complaints of a “rotten egg” smell has prompted the Board of Supervisors to request a plan of action and timeline from Waste Management to alleviate and cure the problem. The Board of Supervisors will continue to monitor the problem, and expect a plan of action from Waste Management prior to the board’s next meeting.

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