MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) - Members of the Environmental Protection Agency will start testing some homes in Muncie the second week of September.
They're trying to figure out if an old plant is sending dangerous vapors into a city neighborhood.
Wednesday night, members of the Environmental Protection Agency meet with people who live in a neighborhood next to an old metal plating factory.
The EPA said it should take about two to four weeks to get results back from the samples they take.
In June, the EPA began an "urgent cleanup" at a former metal plating factory at 401 E. Howard St., which officials say released dangerous chemicals into the soil and underground water supplies.
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