There are local, state and federal laws that prohibit this. I filed an official complaint recently requesting city of Little Falls enforce it's nuisance law. The law could not be more crystal clear. ///NO NOISE, ODIRS, VIBRATION, SMOKE, AIR POLLUTION, LIQUID SOLID WASTES, HEAT, GLARE, DUST OR OTHER SUCH ADVERSE INFLUENCES SHALL BE PERMITTED IN "any district" that will in ANY WAY, HAVE AN "objectionable" effect upon "adjacent or nearby property" or VIOLATE ANY STATE STATUTE. ///
If city leaders are unwilling to enforce the law, a lawsuit will likely be filed in the future, against the city and the hospital.
Not likely anybody else would tolerate this poison in THEIR home.
How do you think the hospital would react if patients or their staff were having to inhale these poisons?