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Water quality experts will discuss GenX first anniversary

Water quality experts will mark the first anniversary of the revelation of GenX with a panel discussion to talk about where we are now.

Chemours adds new technology to reduce GenX air emissions

Chemours said carbon adsorption bed technology has been successfully installed at two key locations at its plant near Fayetteville.

CFPUA to begin flushing pipes Tuesday

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will conduct routine flushing maintenance during the summer months.

GenX remains in focus nearly one year later, multiple bills filed

It's been almost a year since we learned about GenX in the Cape Fear River.

CFPUA looks at adding $46M filtration system on your dime, at first

GenX and Fluoride are both major concerns when it comes to water in the area.

CFPUA lifts ‘Do Not Drink’ alert, boil water advisory in effect

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is alerting residents who get their water from the Richardson Nano Groundwater Treatment Plant not to drink it.

First results are in from the N.C. State University GenX Exposure Study

More test results on individual exposure to Gen-X is expected to come at the end of the summer.

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.

Property owners near Chemours plant files GenX lawsuit

Another lawsuit against Chemours. This time it's coming from property owners who live near the Fayetteville Works Facility. 

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