Reviewtimes.com had reported that Sunny Farms Landfill opened up a hotline for residents to complain about odors, which was ordered by the Ohio EPA as a condition for being allowed to expand. We had previously blogged about the horrible odors that residents were smelling miles away from the landfill. It had originally prompted visits from the OEPA who found the complaints to be warranted. In fact it prompted an administrative action by the Ohio EPA, who levied fines against it in January, 2013. Then in February the Ohio EPA approved a permit for the landfill’s expansion.
While I do not currently represent anyone in the Fostoria, Ohio area, I do represent over 130 residents in New Lexington, Ohio in an odor nuisance lawsuit against the Tunnel Hill Landfill. I also represent hundreds of similarly situated people around the country in various landfill and environmental litigation. To find out if The Simon Law Firm can help with an environmental lawsuit, contact environmental attorney Todd Hageman. Consultations are free of charge.