Sanimax reaches deal in class-action lawsuit over South St. Paul odor
Source: Saint Paul Pioneer Press (MN), June 18, 2020
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Shortly after LeAnne Renteria and her husband moved to South St. Paul in 2003, they got their first whiff of what gave the city its blue-collar reputation and “Cow Town” moniker: the stockyards.
But when the yards closed in April 2008, a stench lingered. Over the years, residents and city officials have pointed fingers at Sanimax, a remnant of the yards that processes meat byproducts, hides and used cooking oil into animal feed and biofuels. Read more.