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  • State regulators took the highly unusual step Wednesday of suspending operations at a Vernon battery recycler that has discharged harmful quantities of lead for years and more recently has been deemed to pose a danger to as many as 110,000 people because of arsenic emissions.

    State regulators announced Wednesday that they are temporarily shutting down a Vernon battery recycler that has been under fire for posing a danger to as many as 110,000 people because of arsenic emissions.

  • State regulators took the highly unusual step Wednesday of suspending operations at a Vernon battery recycler that has discharged harmful quantities of lead for years and more recently has been deemed to pose a danger to as many as 110,000 people because of arsenic emissions.

    In a letter sent to Exide dated December 18, Vernon’s director of Public Health and Environmental Control, Leonard Grossberg, advised the controversial battery recycler that it has 30 days from receipt of the letter to correct violations of three city codes — Sections 13.72, 21.5.1 and 21.6.4 — pertaining to the unlawful handling and discharging of hazardous waste within the city, either on the ground or in the city’s storm drain and sewer system.

  • In business for over 50 years and under the same devoted management since 1991, Vernon Battery is proud to serve the area’s batteries needs. We sell commercial, industrial and residential batteries and solar products for a wide variety of items, including:

regulators make tough demands of Vernon battery recycler | 89.3 KPCC

State officials have ordered a Vernon battery recycler to begin testing dust and soil at properties in the neighborhoods around its plant to see if dangerous substances have gathered there and are posing a health risk to the community, officials announced Tuesday.