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BY MICHAEL J. COREN Originally published at FastCoExist.com and used with permission Microbes love to eat our nastiest by-products, like fat, oil, and grease. Instead of using caustic chemicals to clean up messes, why not just employ nature’s garbage men? When you want something done right, you call in the experts. When it comes to […]
BY ASHLEY MACKIN This article originally appeared in the La Jolla Light and is used with permission When the second and final phase of this year’s Cove cleanup began Sept. 24, it marked the beginning of the end of the infamous stench. San Diego Department of Park and Recreation spokesperson Bill Harris reported to La […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2013 From a press release issued by the City of San Diego, Office of the Mayor SAN DIEGO – Mayor Bob Filner announced today the successful completion of the first phase of the odor cleanup effort in La Jolla. The City’s contractor has been able to substantially reduce odors […]
BY DEBORAH SULLIVAN BRENNAN Originally published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on June 21, 2013 Bacterial odor eaters are cleaning the La Jolla cliffs, aiming to banish the bird poop stench that has plagued the coastal town. Starting last week environmental contractors applied a foamy mixture of bacillus bacteria – a kind of microbial Scrubbing […]
BY IAN LOVETT Originally published in The New York Times on June 21, 2013 SAN DIEGO — Depending upon whom you ask, the smell that has plagued La Jolla Cove has been “putrid,” “noxious” or “like the East River used to smell,” for quite a while. Nose-pinching is commonplace. But now, the stench of bird […]