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  • Debate over winter electric costs still simmers

    Debate over winter electric costs still simmers
    The weather finally is heating up, but the controversy over electricity costs associated with last winter's polar vortex still hasn't cooled down.
  • Toxic lead pollution in L.A.: Two battery recyclers beg to differ

     
    Southern California air pollution officials have moved to curb toxic emissions from two lead acid battery recycling plants in Los Angeles County. The regulations are designed to meet the 2008 federal limits on airborne lead pollution, the first new lead.....

    Samantha Wagner, Tae Wan Lee named to Wyndham Cup roster

     
    Samantha Wagner of Windermere and Orlando’s Tae Wan Lee will represent the East at next month’s Wyndham Cup team matches, named among 32 of the nation’s top juniors who will compete July 23-26 at Bay Hill Club & Lodge. Lee owns four top-...

    Few residents near Exide plant undergo testing for lead levels

    Few residents near Exide plant undergo testing for lead levels
    Los Angeles County's attempt to test lead levels in the blood of people living near a Vernon battery recycling plant has not drawn enough participants to be of use in measuring the effects of its air pollution, county officials and health experts say....

    California expands lead soil testing area near Exide plant in Vernon

    California expands lead soil testing area near Exide plant in Vernon
    State regulators have greatly expanded the area of homes, schools and parks that will be tested for lead-tainted soil near a troubled battery recycling plant in Vernon. California toxic waste regulators blame air pollution from the Exide Technologies...