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Will Exide's Expansion be Profitable? (article first published on 25th July 2008)

 Will Exide’s Expansion be Profitable?


Exide Industries is a dominant player in the domestic storage battery market and holds a strong position in the industrial and automotive battery segments… 476 more words

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Results From More Soil Sampling Near Now-Closed Exide Plant Released

BOYLE HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — The results from soil samples taken from homes near the now-defunct Exide Technologies battery-recycling facility in Vernon were released on Wednesday evening. 278 more words


Exide Closing L.A. Battery Recycling Plant After Decades of Toxic Pollution

Federal prosecutors and law enforcement officials will join Vernon representatives Thursday outside the U.S. attorney’s office in downtown L.A. to officially announce the closure of the local Exide Technologies battery recycling plant. 141 more words

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Exide Recycling Plant Ordered To Close Immediately Under Agreement With US Attorney

VERNON (CBSLA.com) — The embattled Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon will immediately and permanently shut down under an agreement made with the U.S. Attorney’s Office. 599 more words


Exide Battery Plant In Vernon To Close Permanently, Sources Confirm

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A battery recycling plant in Vernon is expected to close down permanently, it was reported Wednesday.

Sources confirmed to CBS2’s Randy Paige that Exide Technologies struck a deal with the U.S. 60 more words


Residents, Officials Demand Shut Down of Battery Recycling Plant in Vernon

Some residents and officials Friday demanded the shut down of a battery recycling plant in Vernon they say is producing toxic emissions. Sara Welch reports from Long Beach for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on March 6, 2016. 16 more words

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Residents Call For Permanent Shutdown Of Exide Plant At AQMD Meeting

LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Hundreds of protesters were on hand for a meeting Friday in Long Beach to demand the shutdown of a battery recycling plant blamed for contaminating a Boyle Heights neighborhood with lead. 204 more words