Catastrophic is the word used to describe the emissions coming from the Williams facility on Scenic Drive tonight.
- That same facility had the huge methane plume when Piccaro did the Methane Mapping.
- This is the same facility that was videotaped recently by ShaleTest.
- This facility is a chronic polluter.
- This facility is the one Argyle Central is patterned after.
Today a Flower Mound resident called TCEQ because of the strong odor. By the time TCEQ arrived, the odor was much less but they still registered 1.62 ppm on their Toxic Vapor Analyzer TVA. Remember that toxics are usually measured in ppm so let’s do that math.
Metroplex avg = 35 ppb
1620 / 35 = 46 times the Metroplex average
Also remember that you are being exposed if you can smell it.
This evening the toxics are much, much worse. Catastrophic is the word used to describe the state of emissions in Flower Mound tonight.
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They also got 15 ppm at Argyle Central today.
Okies go home.
Where's that double-talker Kelly Swan now?
TCEQ measured VOCs at 50 ppm at the Williams facility in Flower Mound last night. That translates to 50,000 ppb.
What's the Evacuation Plan in Flower Mound?
It's time for an 11th air study to tell us everything is ok. kaaa chow!
My husband drove by and was very upset with the noxious odor at about 10:30 pm last night. TCEQ told him the VOC reading was 50 ppm.
You can see the site here:
Can anyone find the post with the list of environmental docs? I'm still looking and need to share with a FM family suffering from the exposure. Dr. Johnson is out of town. Thanks, Jana
>>What's the Evacuation Plan in >>Flower Mound?
Move to Plano.
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You people are crazy, I live next to the Sam Wilson compressor site and I didn't smell a thing. I don't understand how you people are smelling an odorless gas? I am a care taker at the Circle R Ranch which is across the street from the compressor site and in all of the years I have never smelled anything unusuall from there.
Living near a gas development fucks up your sense of smell and makes you a retard.