BOYNE CITY, MI -- Kirtland Products LLC, a manufacturer of wood pellets, is drawing neighborhood complaints over noise.

Operations at the new plant, which employs about a dozen workers, reportedly create a continous "low lum" and "woodsy odor," according to the Petoskey News.

An executive of the company told the paper that it is looking to find a remedies to control objectionable noise. For the short term, the company has reportedly shortened its work week from 22 hours a day to 10 hours a day.

Kirtland used local Jack Pine trees to compress into pelllets.


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