Residents who arrived to protest battery-recycling plant Exide Technologies Monday don’t just want clean air; they want the reported root of the problem to go away.
For years, some Frisco residents have been concerned about the Exide battery recycling plant in town. Now, a citizens group is ready for the city to close the plant.
Investigators revealed numerous violations against Exide Technologies in a report Tuesday, alleging the battery recycling plant exhibited lapses in employee training and did not properly discharge of hazardous waste.
Frisco residents gave state health officials an earful during a town hall meeting, where the results of more than 600 blood tests were released.
A new citizen’s group is targeting a battery recycling plant that is emitting lead into the air.
FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM) – Frisco residents demanding cleaner air got an update Wednesday on plans to make sure there is no lead in the air they breathe. The concerns surround a battery recycling plant about a […]
Terry Goods of Frisco is watching over his 3-year-old son. As a father, he’s concerned about who’s watching over the air his family breathes.