- Associated Press - Sunday, June 5, 2016

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - Nestle Purina may have a solution to the cooking odors that waft from its Flagstaff plant.

The Arizona Daily Sun reports (https://goo.gl/TJGrVN) that Nestle Purina presented a plan last week that could reduce the smell by 70 percent within four years of construction.

The plan came after the company hired the consultants to study the smell at a cost of $120,000 last year.

Factory managers Amy Kerr says the smell comes from the cooking process at the plant. She says consultants recommended a four-phased approach to help mitigate the smell.

Construction would start as soon as the plant got funding from Nestle Purina’s headquarters, which could be as soon as the beginning of 2017.


Information from: Arizona Daily Sun, https://www.azdailysun.com/

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