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    Default Denso/Maneneti Marelli Effluent Plant.


    I know it's already been visited but thought I would have a look as it won't be long before it is pulled down along with the main Denso site. Quite a nasty place to go so didn't spend too much time here.






































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    This looks interesting, why isn't it a nice place to be? Is it the chemicals?
    Nice pictures :)

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    Yeah the chemicals and all the corrosion from them. The basement was full of water/liquid and a sign saying Dangerous fumes!!! It was probably my mind but it left a nasty taste in my mouth!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLYMEISTER View Post
    Yeah the chemicals and all the corrosion from them. The basement was full of water/liquid and a sign saying Dangerous fumes!!! It was probably my mind but it left a nasty taste in my mouth!!
    I can imagine! Best get out if something isn't right.


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