In response to a Joliet Herald News editorial entitled "Little to Stop Warehouse Abuse", John Greuling, president of the Will County Center for Economic Development, wrote a letter to the editor which, among other things, questioned the sampling method of the Warehouse Workers for Justice Report. Grueling wrote:
"The WWJ study is based on interviews with 319 warehouse workers conducted by WWJ staff. Surveys were conducted outside of grocery and check cashing stores. This random surveying of less than 1.5 percent of all warehouse workers in the county raises questions about the study's findings."
There are over 20,000 people working in warehouses in Will County.
Anyone who has driven along Will County Roads such as Rt. 53 or Laraway Roads knows many warehouses have been built in Will County in recent years.
Here is a video taken August 7th that shows a view of the new CenterPoint Joliet Intermodal at dusk: