Factory neighbors decry Exide stink
“There may be future litigation if they can't comply with environmental laws.”
Some Muhlenberg Township residents say they would not have bought their homes if they had known the battery plant smells so badly. via Reading Eagle/Reading Times
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#1 Aug 23, 2007
Who was there first - Exide or the houses? Seems to me that if Exide were there first and they are operating within the law there should be no issue here. I once was looking at buying a house near a farm. I chose no to because I did not want the sounds and aroma of farm animals. These folks should of thought of this before they signed on the dotted line. A little personal responsibility please.
West Chester, PA
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