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Central Illinois company dumps manure into river without permit
Posted Online: July 13, 2010, 9:13 am
CHICAGO (AP) — A central Illinois livestock company has been dumping its manure and wastewater into a river without a permit.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fined the Greenville Livestock Inc. $40,000 last Friday for not following the Clean Water Act when it discarded animal waste. EPA had previously asked the facility to stop unauthorized dumping and to apply for a permit.
When discussing odor problems related to animal agriculture, the following questions often arise:
How far does odor travel?
Are animal numbers or animal species accurate predictors of nuisance odors?
How much odor control is needed to solve an odor problem from an existing facility?
Can the odor impact from a new facility be predicted?
Originally posted by FJKchristain
when i read your thread i thought about the other thread a guy posted about the madrid fault(maybe spelled wrong) line and friends leaving the area from fema. maybe something is going on they are getting ready for that just athought.