"It smelled like something rotten, like old rotten horses or something," said Mildred McFarlin, with Trixie at her side and Trudy nearby, of the hazardous waste material left near her Georgia Avenue home. "When I'd get my mail, it would knock you down. It stinks so bad. You'd have to hurry up to get in the house. I smell it a little bit now, but I shut my doors."