The Department of Health and Senior Services said air samples showed concentrations of hydrogen sulfide warranting further review.
The warning system is intended for outdoor notification only and the sirens are not designed to alert people inside of buildings.
Owner of landfill accuses critics of resorting to “scare tactics and speculation”..
The meeting is put on by the Teamsters Union, Jobs with Justice and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment.
A Coatings Unlimited Inc. employee, 53-year-old Steve Webb, died in August while working inside an 18-foot-deep vault manhole.
“People breathe everyday, they don’t just breathe the one week in February.”
Emergency Communications Director David Barney says that two new sirens are on the way, to fill gaps in Bridgeton and Kirkwood.
Local attorney and municipal judge in Bridgeton to serve as side judge for 49ers vs. Ravens.
City police say the average number of people arrested on state warrants, including felony and misdemeanor, is about 17 per day.
“We’re hearing people say their pets are sick, they’re not feeling well. We’re concerned there’s something in the air from this landfill fire that could be very unhealthy.”