A bipartisan U.S. House bill introduced this week would regulate, including setting a national drinking water standard, for contaminants known as PFAS.
A new legislative committee is expected to push measures addressing riverine flooding and resiliency needs as numerous bills with coastal provisions advance.
The state is penalizing Chemours nearly $200,000 for failing to prevent residual PFAS contamination from flowing into the Cape Fear River.
NC PFAS Testing Network and NC Policy Collaboratory representatives will share their research progress at 6 p.m. May 4 on PFAS and GenX during a virtual public forum.
Facing mounting demands, new leadership at EPA has already begun revising the previous administration’s regulatory plan for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
The state Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board will have a meeting online April 5 to continue discussing PFAS toxicity testing.
NCDEQ issued Chemours on Tuesday a notice of violation identifying instances of failing to meet conditions of a 2019 order.
The Environmental Protection Agency denied a petition from six eastern N.C. community groups to require Chemours Co. to test 54 PFAS produced at its Fayetteville Works facility.
Cape Fear River Watch is to host Sept. 6 a screening of the film, “The Devil We Know,” a documentary about a group of West Virginia residents taking on DuPont for contaminating the area’s drinking water supply.
A federal judge found that Elementis Chromium Inc., which has a plant near Wilmington, failed to notify its workers about the possible health hazards of one of the chemicals made at the plant.