The documents show inspectors visited the plant on August 2, 2016. A map shows where they used a device called nasal rangers to detect the smell. Inspectors did report an odor in the air, but it was not detectable at seven parts to one, which is the air quality standard set in state law.
The reports show Fire Marshall Greg Cherry and Code Enforcement officer David Jones was there during the investigation. It shows the investigators requested Wednesday’s meeting. They also offered Darling Chemical ways other facilities have alleviated similar odors.
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