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NC State researchers to reveal homeowner’s GenX tap water results

NC State researchers will present the initial tap water results from the GenX exposure study at a meeting on Tuesday night.
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UNCW researchers discuss findings on GenX after submitting report

Discussing the latest findings about the many unknowns of GenX, that's what several UNCW researchers did Wednesday afternoon just days after they delivered their final report to state lawmakers.
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UNCW submits GenX report to Environmental Review Commission

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington have delivered their final report on GenX to the NC House of Representatives, which reveals several new poly-fluoroalkyl chemical compounds were identified at the Sweeney Water Treatment Facility.
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Wilmington to consider resolution asking DEQ to stop Chemours from producing GenX

As flourochemical compounds continue to show up in theĀ  water samples taken from the Cape Fear River, the City of Wilmington is considering a resolution asking the NC Department of Environmental Quality to stop Chemours from producing GenX.

Chemours ordered to reduce air emissions to curb GenX contamination

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.

Chemical that soiled North Carolina water found in West Virginia

The little-studied compound that was found in a North Carolina river last year has also been found in a well under a West Virginia Chemours facility.

Test samples show another spike in GenX levels at Chemours

CFPUA: We cannot rely on Chemours to control discharges from its site.
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Brunswick County evaluating water treatment options, sets date for construction

Brunswick County is moving forward with a study of water treatment methods for different compounds and will begin work to put those water treatment plans in place by 2019.
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Chemours reports 2 more spills at Fayetteville Works

On two occasions during the past month, Chemours has spilled wastewater it believed contained GenX at its Fayetteville Works plant, according to letters from the company to environmental regulators.

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