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State Watches Springdale Company's Waste Applications

Posted: April 13, 2014 at 5 a.m.

It started with flies -- flies and a rank smell.

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Land-Application Site

Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality inspectors have visited a Madison County land-application site used by Bub’s Inc. of Springdale several times to respond to homeowners’ complaints about rank smells. The conditions of the company’s permit are intended to minimize odor, but the department doesn’t regulate odor itself. An odor doesn’t necessarily mean there’s an environmental violation.

Source: Arkansas Department Of Environmental Quality

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