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Questions about workers’ future as Wilmington plant pulls plans to continue fumigation work

While environmentalists are happy a facility in Wilmington will stop fumigation operations, what does that mean for the current employees?

Company to stop fumigation operations at Wilmington site

The Division of Air Quality says a facility in Wilmington will stop fumigation operations and will not pursue an air quality permit that called for increasing the use of the fumigants at the site.

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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Leland celebrates long-awaited completion of a multi-use path along Old Fayetteville Road

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Commissioners clash over community violence prevention plans

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New Hanover County Commissioners pass stop gap funding to increase affordable housing

Monday morning, New Hanover County Commissioners unanimously approved a measure that could create more workforce housing in the region.