“Earlier this summer, it appeared that GenX contamination, while a crisis, could at least be contained. And once the pollutant was contained, state environmental officials believed, they could begin the arduous process of removing it.

But as the NC Department of Environmental Quality has continued its investigation, now in its sixth month, officials have detected high levels of the chemical not only in groundwater, but also surface water, private drinking water wells – and now, even honey from a farm near the plant near the Cumberland/Bladen county line.”

Read the full article by Lisa Sorg.