Huffington Post, “‘Our Throats Were Burning’: A West Virginia City Battled A Massive Plastic Fire For 8 Days”

By November 6, 2017 PVC News No Comments

PARKERSBURG, W. Va. ― A massive fire at a plastics recycling warehouse in Parkersburg, West Virginia, that rampaged for more than eight days is finally out.

What remains of the International Import Export warehouse is 10 acres of hulking twisted metal, reminiscent of a war zone. Thick layers of ash, brick and metal hover more than head-high for several hundred yards along a semi-rural road just outside the city limits.

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