As ‘tonnes of smelling rotten maize’ were dropped on the doorstep, the homeowner was in tears.
A HOUSEHOLDER goes to bed every night in tears, claiming that a trash factory erected nearby has damaged her family’s dream house.
Last Monday, Michelle Shaw and her husband Robert say that Woodmansey Farming Company, a biogas company, dumped 200,000 tonnes of rotting corn right outside their door. Mr Shaw, 50, said the factory has been a source of frustration for them since it was established a few years ago, but the rotting corn outside the house was the final straw.
The homeowner, from East Yorkshire’s Woodmansey, said: “It’s simply unlivable right now. We are unable to enter the garden due to the foul odor. Because of how horrible things are, my wife goes to bed crying every night.
“The most important thing right now is that they’re working outside of their parameters; I have the plan, and it clearly demonstrates that they’re doing so. It’s entirely messed up.
“It has resulted in a fly infestation and will undoubtedly attract a large number of rodents. My wife suffers from serious asthma, and the odor in the air is revolting.
“It’s in the middle of nowhere and it’s worth around £600,000; it’s not even a backstreet dump.”
Mr Shaw also believes the plant contains decaying potatoes, which he claims are contributing to the awful odor.
He attempted to contact the Environment Agency, but was told that because they are working from home, they are suffering difficulties.
It has resulted in a fly infestation and will undoubtedly attract a large number of rodents.
“My father underwent cancer surgery a few months ago, and we were celebrating his release from the hospital. My family responded, “No, we can’t sit here, we can’t handle it,” when we invited everyone over for a BBQ.” Mr. Shaw went on.
“That is not how you should live your life. This is on an entirely different level. We’re on the verge of abandoning our residence.
“Because of how horrible it is, we haven’t been able to eat outside our house in a long time.”
Head of Strategic Business Development Colin Hammond said: “The Woodmansey Farming Company (WFC) farms crops in the area to provide 4UFresh Produce Ltd, which processes food products.
“WFC submitted an application. “Brinkwire Summary News “..