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Why trainloads of other people’s poo have been rotting in an Alabama town for months

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(CNN)Right now, lots of train cars and trucks bring 10 million pounds of poop are stranded in a rural Alabama rail backyard. Technically it’s biowaste, however to the 982 locals in the village of Parrish, that’s simply semantics.

To add fuel to the fire, it isn’t really even their poop. For the in 2015 , waste management centers in New York and one in New Jersey have actually been delivering lots of biowaste– actually, heaps– to Big Sky Environmental, a personal land fill in Adamsville, Alabama. In January, the nearby town of West Jefferson submitted an injunction versus Big Sky to keep the sludge from being saved in a neighboring rail lawn .
It succeeded– however as an outcome, the poo currently in transit got relocated to Parrish, where there are no zoning laws to avoid the waste from being kept.
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