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Leland Town Council voted to adopt a resolution last night asking H2GO to delay plans for its new Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant. In an emailed statement, H2Go's Executive Director Bob Walker says the company is disappointed with the decision.
A meeting is underway between local leaders and the maker of the chemical compound that has many in southeastern North Carolina worried about the safety of our drinking water.
Reverse Osmosis is a hot topic among many people across the Cape Fear right now. Reports say it is the only way to completely filter out GenX.
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.
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
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.
After six years of planning for H2GO's proposed reverse osmosis plant, Brunswick County Commissioners want to delay the project another six months.
The Leland Town Council is appealing a state permit issued to H2Go for a reverse osmosis plant.
H2GO is seeking a permit to release wastewater into the Brunswick River. People on both sides of the issue came prepared to defend their stances tonight in front of the Division of Environmental Quality who will take everything into consideration before making a decision on the permit.