For those living near a trash incinerator in Detroit, the smell was awful, and the air quality just as bad. Asthma rates far exceed state averages, and many living in the area felt powerless. Melissa Cooper-Sargent is Green Living Resource Director for the Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center and lives with her children in the vicinity of the incinerator. From the Ecology Center, the 'Breathe Free Detroit' campaign was launched, and, as of the end of May, the incinerator shut down. Sargent joined WEMU's David Fair to discuss the details on this week's "Issues of the Environment."