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“Comments on Chemours’ proposed action plan can be made through Monday, while Brunswick gets two bids on Northwest reverse osmosis capability
While the coronavirus pandemic has been the focus of news coverage and social media feeds in recent weeks, another important topic for Southeastern North Carolina continues to progress. Locals are still working on understanding and mitigating the PFAS contamination of drinking water in the area.
For one, comments are accepted through Monday for a proposed corrective action plan for Chemours’ Fayetteville Works plant, which was found to have been discharging so-called ‘forever chemicals’ into the Cape Fear River in 2017. Facing legal action, Chemours agreed to a consent order and a mandate to remedy the problem. Here is the latest on that and other PFAS efforts…”