City officials have received 26 odor complaints in Milpitas since May, and councilmembers will review a new report on odor control at
The primary odor sources in Milpitas are the , "sludge lagoons" of sewage, landscaping applications and wetland marshes.
Odor complaints reached , prompting a new, . However, construction won't begin until the approval process has completed, which could be as late as 2013.
To report odors, call the Bay Area Air Quality Management District's hotline at 1-800-334-6367. According to a January 2011 report, this is the most effective way to enforce odor control regulations.
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