Once again, I contacted David Ludder and explained to him the severity of the situation and again, David took swift and decisive action in the way of citizen complaints and notices of intent to sue if the situation is not resolved.
This was occurring within less than 200 feet of residential properties where people live. Residents are more like prisoners in their homes due to the smells and fear for their health. One man told me of his daughter’s horse getting caught in the ditch where it flows through his yard. The horse was extracted with no injuries but three days later the horse died. This is the same ditch where I got Arsenic hit for 0.007 from standing water and later 0.840 after a pumping event.