A day after the state announced plans to revoke Chemours' permit to discharge process wastewater from its Fayetteville Works plant, the company says it disagrees with the move.
DEQ is moving to revoke Chemours’ permit to discharge process wastewater because the company failed to comply with its permit and failed to report an October spill.
The Cape Fear River has been an integral part of our area for hundreds of years, but why did people fear the river at one point?
Construction recently began on an artificial reef meant to enhance recreational fishing and create oyster reef habitat near Carolina Beach State Park.
The N.C. DEQ says Chemours is living up to the state's demands to stop releasing flourinated compounds into the Cape Fear River.
A new class action lawsuit has come down on DuPont and Chemours as a result of the GenX contamination of the Cape Fear River.
CFPUA announced Monday afternoon that they filed a complaint in federal district court against Chemours and Dupont.
Witnesses say the man was attempting to take his life. A spokeswoman with Wilmington Police says the man was overheard saying he did not want to live.
Police say it was an attempted suicide and they have yet to find the man.
North Carolina's Senate Select Committee held a meeting Tuesday afternoon regarding river water quality in our state, specifically GenX and what is being done to understand the compound and it's impact on the Cape Fear River.