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#372993 - 11th Dec 2009 11:09pm What is this pong?
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I've noticed maybe once a month the air over where I live smells odd, like marmite. It is usually noticable more at night and I have had to resort to shutting my windows cos I can't sleep with the smell. Having just got back from shopping at Bidston Tesco, I noticed the same smell in the car park. Anyone know what it is? Is it something coming from the docks perhaps? Don't say it's me lol, I've already read the thread on farting !! grin

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#373000 - 11th Dec 2009 11:35pm Re: What is this pong? [Re: bobi1]
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Pah!! U beat me, there. Lol. I think its the drains.
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#373003 - 11th Dec 2009 11:52pm Re: What is this pong? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I shop mostly at asda on the woody and have noticed a similar pong from time to time but thought maybe the fields opposite were `being spread`, (with fertilizer not marmite).
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#373010 - 12th Dec 2009 12:22am Re: What is this pong? [Re: kezzbag]
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No fields (i think} round tescos that get fertilizer spread on them? smile could be from the river fender tho? think
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#373012 - 12th Dec 2009 12:35am Re: What is this pong? [Re: kimpri]
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That`s what I was thinkin,maybe driftin over.
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#373023 - 12th Dec 2009 1:13am Re: What is this pong? [Re: kezzbag]
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It can be quite overpowering, like someone has just brewed a giant beef cup-a-soup, proper mingin

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#373028 - 12th Dec 2009 2:04am Re: What is this pong? [Re: bobi1]
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#373037 - 12th Dec 2009 3:03am Re: What is this pong? [Re: ]
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Yeh yeh wot eva. Last time I noticed, mine didn't smell of marmite mate.

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#373044 - 12th Dec 2009 8:49am Re: What is this pong? [Re: bobi1]
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It's the same smell that you get most days on M56 by Helsby. I noticed it near J3 M53 a few weeks ago - I guessed the wind was blowing it across but I don't know

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#373059 - 12th Dec 2009 11:09am Re: What is this pong? [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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That will ince fertilizer plant, they make those little white drops for spreading on the fields at this time of year where it can steadily seap back into the fields. If it is put down before a heavy rain storm they can be washed off and end up in places like the birket fender etc.

If your at bidston its probable the molasses sugar plant over at the end of the docks.
Part of the plant has talo which is animal render that is boiled up to make a thick sludge that stinks..

not unlike marmite !!

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#373061 - 12th Dec 2009 11:15am Re: What is this pong? [Re: pacef8]
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why are they processing taloo at a molasses factory??

i remember staying in York onceand there was a weird smelll like you describe - a local said it was sugarbeat being processed at a local plant.
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#373062 - 12th Dec 2009 11:18am Re: What is this pong? [Re: MissGuided]
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nah mate not in the same plant but next to it i think , anyway its all in the plant area, and i agree it can stink, the place next to the bridge at bromborough pool was always the same when i was a kid...

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#373063 - 12th Dec 2009 11:23am Re: What is this pong? [Re: pacef8]
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Bromborough still smells funny sometimes raftl
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#373078 - 12th Dec 2009 12:15pm Re: What is this pong? [Re: MissGuided]
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Muck spreading round here too at the moment, phooooooeeee!
It all depends on the wind direction, we find. Used to go up Killingholme and it hums up there too with the chemical and petrol processing plants giving it rooty toot. Just part of modern living. Be thankful we are not near that Indian place (Bopal?) where it crocked everyone.
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#373116 - 12th Dec 2009 3:16pm Re: What is this pong? [Re: pacef8]
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Originally Posted By: pacef8
That will ince fertilizer plant, they make those little white drops for spreading on the fields at this time of year where it can steadily seap back into the fields. If it is put down before a heavy rain storm they can be washed off and end up in places like the birket fender etc.

If your at bidston its probable the molasses sugar plant over at the end of the docks.
Part of the plant has talo which is animal render that is boiled up to make a thick sludge that stinks..

not unlike marmite !!


I'll go along with that. Thanks for the input folks wink

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