Sewage smell reeks up campus

by Aaron Santini

An extremely strong, foul odor was noticeable around the bubble on September 3rd.

The odor was the result the combination of a routine check of the sewage pipes on campus and aeration of sewage sludge.”We aerate out the sludge every week,” said John Weir, who is second in command of maintenance. Weir also stated that the odor can vary depending on a number of factors, including wind direction.

“The smell is usually strongest on Wednesdays and Thursdays,” Weir said.

One student described the odor as “one of the worst things I have ever smelled in my entire life.”

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