Residents of Huron County who believe wind turbines are having a negative impact on their health may soon have the University of Waterloo investigating the issue.
Officials with the Huron County Health Unit say they’re looking at the idea of working with the university to investigate the complaints about wind farms.
The agency says it’s received reports of people who live near the turbines suffering from nosebleeds, trouble sleeping, headaches and dizzy spells.
Local officials say they want to make sure the investigation is done properly and isn’t rushed. They also want to ensure a potential study wouldn’t duplicate any others currently underway.