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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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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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After hundreds petition H2Go proposal, Brunswick Co. commissioners vote for delay

After six years of planning for H2GO's proposed reverse osmosis plant, Brunswick County Commissioners want to delay the project another six months.

Leland Town Council appeals state permit to H2Go for reverse osmosis plant

The Leland Town Council is appealing a state permit issued to H2Go for a reverse osmosis plant.

Meeting discusses wastewater discharge into Brunswick River

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.

Boil water advisory issued for some Brunswick Co. customers

A water main that was hit near Collins Way and US 17 is causing some water pressure issues for some customers in that area.

Officials looking to get more feedback on proposed Brunswick water treatment facility

Officials with the state environmental department extended a public comment period and rescheduled a public hearing to get more feedback on the draft wastewater permit for a proposed Brunswick County water treatment plant.

Sewage spills during Matthew reported in Leland

Brunswick Regional Water & Sewer (H2Go) says there were a pair of sewage spills over the weekend during Hurricane Matthew.

H2Go: General Assembly can’t flush us

videoH2Go, which provides water to northern Brunswick County, is reminding state lawmakers they cannot dissolve the utility, even as a petition by area residents tries to do just that.

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