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Waste company facing fines up to $1million for vile stench making nearby residents’ lives a misery 


Waste company is facing fines of up to $1million for vile stench that has made nearby residents’ lives a year-long misery

  • EPA is prosecuting a waste facility over offensive odours that persisted for a year
  • 800 locals complained about the smell, so strong that it affected their daily lives
  • Land and environment court could fine the firm up to $1million for the pollution
  • The stink caused Western Sydney locals to put towels under doors

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced it will take a waste facility to court after residents put up with a putrid smell it omitted for a whole year.

The NSW agency said on Thursday the action was necessary after 800 complaints were submitted to them by fed-up householders.

Locals around Eastern Creek, in Sydney’s…



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