Study finds ‘adverse’ odour from asphalt storage site is impacting Nanticoke couple; MECP to review it

Study finds ‘adverse’ odour from asphalt storage site is impacting Nanticoke couple; MECP to review it
NANTICOKE—Bob and Karen Laidman have been struggling to find a solution to the excessive odour and dust issues they have been faced with since Suit-Kote, a liquid asphalt storage company built a facility across the road from their custom-built retirement dream home. —Haldimand Press archive photo.

By Mike Renzella 

The Haldimand Press

NANTICOKE—It’s been over a year since The Press initially reported on Bob and Karen Laidman and their custom-built dream home, which had since turned into a nightmare for the couple after Suit-Kote Corporation, a liquid asphalt storage company, moved in across the street.

Some of the issues the Laidmans were dealing with at their Concession 3 Walpole property included an excessive amount of dust generated by Suit-Kote’s daily operation, reduced value on their home due to the proximity of the site, and an overwhelming scent of asphalt.

This content is for Online-Subscribers only.
Log In Subscribe