In Kohtla-Jarve (Estonia), the smell of hydrogen sulfide

Kohtla-Järve air monitoring station records often exceeded the allowed rate of hydrogen sulfide.

According to the Department of Health, the excess being of people are threatened, although unpleasant odor of rotten eggs. " That's what starts your stuff in a Wednesday newspaper "North Shore."

This is like saying that is made at a meeting Senior supplying the city with water: "As stated by the specialists of the Ministry of Environment, the water we have is bad, but is not dangerous to health." That is, drink, citizens and non-citizens of rusty water with bleach and breathe like rotten eggs — you will not hurt.

Eugene burls

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