Alert Watchdogs 2019

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Oct. 4, 2019 - Thomas McKinney (former DEQ Inspector):

There is a considerable amount of evidence that the management of the North Carolina DEQ Division of Air Quality is in the 15th year of an ongoing cover-up of its knowledge and concealment of Dupont (Chemours) Fayetteville Works' discharge of untreated wastewater contaminated with PFAS and GenX chemicals (via the scrubbers) from its large Fluorochemicals Plant into the Cape Fear River, a source of drinking water for downstream communities.

Chemours GenX, Dupont Fayetteville PFAS, NC DEQ cover-up 2019

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August 16, 2019: Researchers report that newer PFAS chemicals may pose greater challenge than legacy PFAS chemicals, Chemical Engineering Journal.

Aug. 5, 2019: Lisa Sorg reports on 1,4-dioxane pollution, NC Policy Watch website.

Aug. 1, 2019: Cheryl Hogue reports on Congressional Panel looking at PFAS pollution, Chemical & Engineering News website.

July 1, 2019: Lisa Sorg reports on Chemours court filing that blames Dupont, NC Policy Watch website.

June 10, 2019: Vince Winkel reports on GenX two years later (Part 2), website.

May 31, 2019: Kirk Ross reports on senate budget and NC DEQ, Coastal Review.

May 31, 2019: Lisa Sorg reports on contaminated drinking water and state funding in NC, NC Policy Watch website.

Chemours GenX and PFAS, DEQ cover-up

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