Fire at a rice wood recycling plant
Dசsseldorf A fire broke out at a recycling company in D டுsseldorf-Resholes on Tuesday afternoon. Residents were alerted to smoke and odor nuisance using Nina and Cutvern applications.
A fire broke out just after 2pm on Tuesday at the Dசல்sseldorf-Resholes in the recycling company of Carcel-Hohmann-Strauss. Large quantities of paper are burned in a hall. The smoke was high. For this reason, the fire brigade has triggered warning processors Nina and Cutvern. Warned about unpleasant odors and smoke formation.
Fire department spokeswoman Christopher Schuster said the 100-square-meter area would burn paper, but the hall was considerably larger. “That’s why there’s so much smoke growth right now.” However, there is currently no health risk to people. A worker from the company was examined on site by the rescue service, but was fired without injury.
Residents of Resholes, Holdson and Benrat were asked to close their doors and windows. The cause of the fire is currently unknown.
Schuster said there were no traffic restrictions related to the operation. The hall is located in an industrial area.