Deffenbaugh in 2011 installed a giant deodorizing system around the perimeter of their active landfill space on the west edge of 2601 Midwest Drive in Shawnee. The machine, which is controlled by sensors monitoring wind direction, sends pressurized odor neutralizers down a four-inch pipe (at middle right) and escapes as vapor from small holes in the pipe. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star
Deffenbaugh in 2011 installed a giant deodorizing system around the perimeter of their active landfill space on the west edge of 2601 Midwest Drive in Shawnee. The machine, which is controlled by sensors monitoring wind direction, sends pressurized odor neutralizers down a four-inch pipe (at middle right) and escapes as vapor from small holes in the pipe. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star DAVID EULITT DAVID EULITT
Deffenbaugh in 2011 installed a giant deodorizing system around the perimeter of their active landfill space on the west edge of 2601 Midwest Drive in Shawnee. The machine, which is controlled by sensors monitoring wind direction, sends pressurized odor neutralizers down a four-inch pipe (at middle right) and escapes as vapor from small holes in the pipe. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star DAVID EULITT DAVID EULITT

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