Residents are urged to run their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems or portable high-efficiency portable air filter overnight, while keeping their doors and windows closed.
Meanwhile, the Department of Public Works is spraying a non-toxic, biodegradable deodorizer into the channel to try to alleviate the smell.
In addition, a system of aeration devices will be installed to speed up decomposition of the organic matter in the channel believed to be causing the smell. Officials note the process may cause "short-term peak" in odor issues.
Carson residents say foul odor in the air is making them sick
The county is also offering reimbursements for the purchase of air filters and purifiers, along with hotel stays and meals.
The foul smell, described as a mixture of rotten eggs, gas and "The Walking Dead," began plaguing residents earlier this month.
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