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Community continues opposition to methyl bromide permit at 2nd DEQ meeting

Public comment on the the allowance of the permit ends May 18th.

Resident concerned about Malec Brothers methyl bromide emissions

One Columbus County resident is speaking out ahead of a public hearing Tuesday about an air quality permit for a methyl bromide emitter.

Public hearing on toxic chemical air permits in Columbus County

WWAY recently told you that Wilmington has some of the cleanest air in the country, but over in Columbus County one company wants to start releasing a potentially harmful chemical into the air.

NCDEQ planning public hearings for two plants requesting methyl bromide permits

People who live in Wilmington and Columbus County will get the chance to learn more about the emission of methyl bromide in upcoming public hearings.

Doctor concerned with pending permit for fumigation plant

Retired ER Doctor Robert Parr said if Tima Capital receives a new permit allowing the release of higher levels of the chemical Methyl Bromide in Wilmington, it would be too close for comfort.

New permit for fumigation plant could bring higher methyl bromide levels

A fumigation plant on Sunnyvale Drive will have new ownership and possibly a new permit.

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