In Vindinge outside of Roskilde, citizens have a problem with smelly waste.
Not far from the city is the company Solum namely. It is Denmark's largest supplier of compost, but just the manufacture of compost creates an insufferable, putrid smell.
It takes the residents of the local area, writes TV2 Lorry.
One of them, as the media have spoken with, is Lisa Genske. She emphasises that there also the last year in the summer heat, there were problems with the smell from the Solum.
- We had to close the door because it smelled absolutely terrible. It is such a rotten, sweetish odor That is annoying to live in a place where one is so loaded several times a week, says Lisa Genske to TV2 Lorry.
in Fact the smell is so bothersome that more citizens are stimlet together in the Facebook group 'Us against the smell of Roskilde' with almost 2000 members.
Here you write the group's founder, Christian Skov Arendorf, among other things, 5. april, it must now be enough with the smell from the compost.
Ekstra Bladet has spoken with Christian Skov Arendorf, who explains that the smell has ravaged the area since 2014.
- It is not at all been better. The municipality of valuing the environment. They believe that it is a sustainable workplace, but it should not go out of citizens.
- Why are the prospects for a solution, unfortunately, also long, recognizing Christian Forest Aendorf.
the Solum has before been out and apologize for the smell from the address of Vestre Hedevej. Among other things, over for the Liberal Media in september last year.
- We need to put us down flat. The smell was our. We turn the kompostbunkerne, and the process can smell, especially if not done in a timely manner. The longer the compost is allowed to lie, the more it will smell when it is turned. The phrase to optimize the process, it sounded at that time from director Christian Christensen to the Liberal Media.
It is the process in which garden waste must be broken down into soil, which creates the stench from the Solum.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from the Solums commercial director, Morten Strandlod, but he has not returned at our request.