It’s been nearly two years since the city of Frisco and Exide Technologies agreed to shut down and demolish the battery recycling plant.
The Exide battery recycling plant in Frisco has been shut down for a year. But some Frisco residents said that the fight is not yet over. The issue is what to do with the plant’s waste.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it “cannot approve” Exide Technologies’ assessment report for the former Frisco battery recycling plant.
About 50 Frisco homeowners showed up for a heated meeting Wednesday night to discuss how the site of a former battery recycling plant will be cleaned up and who will oversee it.
It may be quiet now at Frisco’s Exide Technologies battery recycling plant, but Friday night, the silence will give way to celebration.
Exide says it has notified 120 employees at its battery recycling plant in Frisco that they will be laid off on November 30.
Two Frisco mothers entered the U.S. Post Office this morning with a warning to executives of Exide Technologies. They plan to file a lawsuit.
A group of Frisco residents are angry and say they intend to file a lawsuit centering around contamination caused by the Exide Technologies battery recycling plant.
The Frisco City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve a deal that will shut down the controversial Exide Technologies battery recycling plant.
Opponents of Exide’s plant had hoped pressure to meet air quality standards by November would force it to close.
A new study suggested lead contamination from a battery recycling plant in Frisco could be much more widespread than previously thought.
Frisco city staffers are recommending the planning and zoning commission deny two plans for Exide’s battery recycling plant.