When the wind blows

When the wind blows

People living near an Mpumalanga chipboard factory are incensed by its nauseating emissions.

"When the wind blows this way, my eyes bleed," says Mpumalanga businessman Rob Schormann. The noise is constant and the smell so nauseating at times that people living downwind are forced to seal themselves inside their houses for hours.


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Submitted by : Robert Taylor of Pretoria on 2008-11-17 15:03:52
Well done Rob Schormann! When you've finished with that one why don't you look at Sappi's Ngodwana factory up the road? It seems that corporate SA has complete disregard for the environment and it's time that all changed.


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