Liddle & Dubin is investigating reports of severe odors by residents living near the Detroit waste incinerator.
The incinerator receives trash and burns it to generate electricity for sale. While it has a history of causing odor problems, recent reports and government investigations indicate that the odor impacts may be worsening. This despite the fact that the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has attempted to require changes to mitigate the facility's odor emissions.
If you have experienced the waste incinerator odors in Detroit and are interested in participating in this litigation, we encourage you to fill out the form below. You may also contact us for a free consultation at 800.536.0045.