(WVLT) - Something smells in Solway, and while neighbors know where it's coming from, they can't pinpoint why it smells so bad.
At a meeting Thursday, Solid Waste Authorities met with neighbors of the Solway Greenway Facility.
The smell has been coming from the plant for several years, but it's worse when the air quality in the county isn't up to par.
"When it gets magnified and focused on like one or two houses, it's not fun. We are trying to be good neighbors and we're going to try and solve the problem for neighbors," says John Evans with Solid Waste Authorities.
Authorities have been using deodorizers to help control the odor.
Several experts are expected in the next few weeks to find a solution to the problem.
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