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New GenX Update & What It Means For YOU

The EPA has issued Lifetime Drinking Water Health Advisories for Four PFAS chemicals. Health advisories provide technical information that federal, state, and local officials can use to inform the development of monitoring plans, investments in treatment solutions, and future policies to protect the public from PFAS exposure. These are guidelines, not an enforceable standard. In regards to GenX, the EPA …

DAQ Settlement Requires Chemours To Further Limit GenX Emissions And Conduct Additional Testing

RALEIGH – As part of a settlement signed today with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Air Quality (DAQ), Chemours has agreed to further limit GenX emissions, conduct additional testing and pay the penalty assessed last year by DAQ. The agreement will require Chemours to reduce GenX emissions from the Carbon Adsorber Unit in the Vinyl Ethers …

Senator deViere’s Statement on Free the Smiles Veto Override Vote

OFFICIAL STATEMENT The Office of Senator Kirk deViere | Senate District 19 – Cumberland County The North Carolina General Assembly Contact: Nathaniel Jacobs | March 9, 2022   RALEIGH, N.C. – Following the Senate’s vote on SB173 Free the Smiles Act, Senator deViere issued the following statement: “I have consistently fought for the people of my community and what’s right for parents, …



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