Daily, emissions from power plant smokestacks descend upon residential communities, coating cars and homes with substances that often peel the paint.
The plant owners assure the citizens there is nothing to worry about. Really?
Human tissue, internal and external, supposedly can withstand toxic emissions better than car paint and house paint?
If smokestack emissions coat and cover your home, or coat your community, there is more to be concerned about than a nuisance cleaning.
Contacting a lawyer to have the substance analyzed may be wise. If the substance has toxic properties, it may provide a basis for a class action lawsuit, which would enable many persons to divide the costs of litigation and make a recovery affordable.