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State of Michigan Files Violations For Air Quality At New Mack Facility:

State of Michigan Files Violations For Air Quality At New Mack Facility:​

Local Residents Complain About Odors Coming From New Plant...​


According to an article released last week by The Detroit News, the State of Michigan has filed a violation notice against Stellantis’ brand-new Detroit Assembly Complex – Mack facility on the eastside of Detroit. The Mack facility was a $1.6 billion investment from Stellantis to convert two of its smaller engine plants into a state-of-the-art assembly facility for the company’s all-new fifth-generation Jeep® Grand Cherokee (WL). The new assembly complex was part of a $4.5 billion investment that impacted five existing facilities in Michigan and aimed at creating 6,500 new jobs for the area.

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bill burke

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Dec 9, 2020
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All I can say is that this story stinks. Just add some nice smelling stuff to the paint and your good. Stellantis can be a first, an industry innovator by building new cars that not only run great, but smell good too. I’ll take my Jeep in green and All Spice Lime aroma thank you. How about a red Alfa Romeo and ripe tomato for the wife. Such possibilities!

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