Protesters gather in front of Mansfield City Hall on Saturday to rally against a proposed medical waste facility. About 20 residents, including four Mansfield school trustees, demonstrated their opposition to a permit the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is considering for RedAway Llc., which has leased a 15,000-square-foot building in Mansfield Industrial Park.
Protesters gather in front of Mansfield City Hall on Saturday to rally against a proposed medical waste facility. About 20 residents, including four Mansfield school trustees, demonstrated their opposition to a permit the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is considering for RedAway Llc., which has leased a 15,000-square-foot building in Mansfield Industrial Park. Amanda Rogers Star-Telegram
Protesters gather in front of Mansfield City Hall on Saturday to rally against a proposed medical waste facility. About 20 residents, including four Mansfield school trustees, demonstrated their opposition to a permit the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is considering for RedAway Llc., which has leased a 15,000-square-foot building in Mansfield Industrial Park. Amanda Rogers Star-Telegram

Mansfield school trustees attend protest against proposed medical waste firm

January 24, 2015 06:08 PM