Foul smell in Duval County found to be permeating from broken pipe
A large Duval County Health Department office located in Florida will be tested for air contaminants for a third time since a chemical leak seeped into the walls of the facility on January 13, 2012, reports Jacksonville.com.
Employees have continued to complain about an odor after a plumbing line from a laboratory broke inside a wall. The drainpipe was connected to a lab sink regularly used to dispose chemicals from water tests, according to the source.
The fluids from the pipe collected in puddles in the wall on the first floor, and a foul odor permeated from the inside.
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