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Southwest MO Town Raising a Stink over Biofuel Plant

By Greg Allen, NPR

Carthage, MO – Residents of the southwest Missouri town of Carthage were so offended by the nauseating smell coming from a biofuel plant that Missouri Governor Matt Blunt recently closed it down.

The plant now is set to reopen with modifications, and the plant's operators say they're doing everything they can to eliminate the most noxious odors.

NPRs Greg Allen prepared this report for All Things Considered. To hear it, click here.

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