Ah … cheese! For some, it’s a pleasure, a desire, even a reason to live. When exposed to more strong and powerful perfumes. Nonetheless, it’s not certain that those who love marrow and old mimolite will appreciate the aroma that occupies their homes with these delicious cheeses. This is what happened to the people of Yering, a small Australian village on the outskirts of Victoria, about forty kilometers from Melbourne. AustraliaReports Defender.
The smell of yogurt milk
Yarra Valley Dairy, a local manufacturer that specializes in everything from feta to goat cheese, is said to have leaked what local officials described as “the smell of yogurt with the properties of the soil” until it followed Cambert. Jeremy Settle, Regional ManagerEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) said the smell was “unreasonable” and strong enough to cause “discomfort” to city dwellers.
A fine of 6,000 euros
In response, the EPA decided to fine the cheese maker $ 9,087, or approximately ,000 6,000, for violating Australian environmental protection laws.
It should be noted that this is not the first time the manufacturer has received a visit from the EPA following complaints from local authorities due to an unpleasant odor. In May 2021, the first warning was already issued to the Yarra Valley Dairy. “But when EPA officials returned in December to check compliance [des installations]The smell on St. Hubert’s Street was strong enough to cause discomfort, ”said Jeremy Sett.
Australia is one of the leading cheese producers in the Southern Hemisphere. In Oceania the country is known for the quality of its cheeses, especially cedar, frozen plank and cheese.
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