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'We live in the UK's 'smelliest' town - it smells like bad eggs every day'

Residents living in a town dubbed 'UK's smelliest' are claiming the sickening mells are ruining their health and reducing their quality of life. Locals who live near Walley's Quarry, located on the edge of Newcastle-under-Lyme, say the fumes from the waste site leave a foul odour of "bad eggs".

The scent was so bad recently that waste deliveries were suspended in April. Despite the halt on waste coming into the site, more than 1,000 complaints about smells wafting into peoples' homes are made every month.

Frustrated locals are now demanding the Environment Agency investigates the smells which are caused by the release of hydrogen sulfide gas.

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Mum-of-two Audrey Young, 48, who lives a mile away from the site, said: "If you look at the bigger picture, there's nearly a complaint per average household. It's like you're being gassed in your own home. It causes a lot health implications."

"We've got the highest rate of breathing difficulties in the country. We've got the highest number of COPD and lung cancer rates. I lost my mum to COPD and it's not that common. It's like you know everyone you know has it. A lot of counties have it and we're the worst."

"The rubbish comes from places as far away as Scotland. They pass 51 landfills to get here. Some companies send at least 10 loads a day. There's medical waste and animal waste from abattoirs."

Audrey continued: "During Covid I was working in care and all we could do was smell the landfill. My daughter gets nose bleeds. We get a lot of younger children getting bleeds.

"We've had to get air purifiers which are expensive. We're having to keep our plugs in the bath sink and keep the