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Details of closed meeting with GenX maker slow to come together

Details about a meeting between local leaders and the company at the center of concerns over the safety of the drinking water in southeastern North Carolina have been slow to come together.
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CFPUA learned about GenX in Cape Fear River in November

The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority found out about the toxin GenX in the area's water supply in November.
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Cape Fear Riverkeeper responds to report of toxin in area water supply

The Cape Fear Riverkeeper is responding to a recent report about a toxin found in the area's drinking water.
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State regulators to CFPUA: Waiting for EPA on water toxin concerns

State regulators are waiting to hear from their federal counterparts after reports of a toxin linked to cancer and other illnesses was found in the region's drinking water supply.
Areas shaded in blue receive water from the Sweeney Water Treatment Plant and areas in green receive water from various groundwater sources. Service areas are subject to change based on operational needs. (Map: CFPUA)video

CFPUA releases service map as questions about toxins in water continue

Today, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, in whose drinking water supply GenX was found, released a service map showing where customers get their water.
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GenX maker to meet with local, state leaders this week

The company that makes the chemical that has been found in Wilmington's drinking water supply will meet with local leaders and state regulators later this wee
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Toxin GenX adds more problems to already endangered river

The Cape Fear River Watch express concerns for humans and animals to a recent report about a toxin found in the area’s drinking water.
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CFPUA responds to water safety concerns

After reports about a toxin called GenX in our water many citizens want answers.
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Water systems respond to report of toxin in area water supply

Water providers are trying to reassure customers after a StarNews report about a toxin discovered in the system that serves about 200,000 people in the area with drinking water.

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