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Brunswick County Commissioners vote on CARES Act funds, water treatment plant

Monday night, the Brunswick County Commissioners voted unanimously to authorize the county manager to make an application for the CARES Act funds already approved by the federal government.

DEQ modifies permit for water treatment plant in Brunswick County

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a modification to Brunswick County’s wastewater permit for its Northwest Water Treatment Plant located in Leland.

Utilities operations back to normal after spill, Kuraray releases statement

Brunswick County is alerting residents and water costumers of a spill from the Chemours Fayetteville Works industrial site.

Brunswick County Commissioners vote to build RO plant

Brunswick County’s Commissioners voted unanimously to approve construction of a low-pressure reverse osmosis plant at the Board’s budget workshop Thursday.

Brunswick Co. Commissioners to consider reverse osmosis plant

Brunswick County Commissioners plan to hold a workshop in May to learn more about installing a $99 million reverse osmosis system at the Northwest Water Treatment Plant.
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County leaders, lawmakers tour pilot reverse osmosis system

Brunswick County leaders and state lawmakers saw first hand the work of a pilot RO system at the Northwest Water Treatment Plant.
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Tests show elevated levels of GenX in Brunswick County

Latest test results of water samples taken from the Northwest Water Treatment Plant show levels of GenX double the established health goal, according to a news release from Brunswick County.
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GenX levels in Brunswick County remain low

Brunswick County has received additional results of testing for GenX in the water supply.
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Brunswick Co. releases more GenX results, under DHHS standards

Brunswick County has received additional results of testing for GenX in the water supply from samples taken over several weeks in August and September.

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