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A decision by Chemours to offer granular activated carbon filtration systems to nearby residents with tainted well water was not approved by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.
State documents show that a potentially harmful chemical and a number of other compounds have been found in fish near a North Carolina chemical plant
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.
Regulators will likely make public within a week the first batch of air monitoring results from Chemours’ Fayetteville Works emissions, a N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) official told legislators on Thursday.
A storm drainage problem on another piece of property is causing delays for the reopening of Ploof Road in Leland.
New rules would require companies to release hazard material results from dumpsites on a public website instead of just to the DEQ.
The process of cleaning up the Kerr-McGee Superfund Site in Navassa has been in the works for years.
Two bills passed to deal with researching GenX. They both differ on who will do the research. One lawmaker says the Senate has made an effort to negotiate.
The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality has issued a notice of violation to Chemours Fayetteville Works ordering the company to immediately take new measures to control additional sources of GenX.