GenX – Cape Fear Regional Reports & Resources

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GENX - A TOXIC YEAR - A ONE HOUR REPORT. (Dec. 15, 2017) Listen Here.


Chemours Holds First Open Meeting (June 12, 2018)

CoastLine: GenX And The Water One Year Later (June 7, 2018)

Chemours Opens Its Doors (May 31, 2018) 

GenX: Two Studies Show Growth Of Contaminated Water Areas (April 23, 2018)

GenX: Tap Water Results From Chemical Testing Unveiled in Wilmington (April 17, 2018)

GenX: City Council Backs CFPUA Demands Of DEQ (March 7, 2018)

GenX: Chemours Neighbors Demand Answers (Feb. 2, 2018) 

What's In The Water - 1,4-Dioxane (Jan. 29, 2018)

Special Report: GenX - A Toxic Year (Dec. 15, 2017)

GenX: The Water Heater Blues (Oct. 30, 2017)

HB 56 Into Law, But What Of Gov. Cooper's Proposal (Oct. 5, 2017)


Clean Cape Fear - alliance of established advocacy groups, working together to restore and protect the water

Environmental Working Group – National Tap Water Database

Environmental Protection Agency – Unregulated Drinking Water Contaminants

EPA - Monitoring the Occurrence of Unregulated Drinking Water Contaminants

N.C. Department of Environmental Quality - GenX Sampling Sites

N.C. Department of Environmental Quality Investigation Page – Updates on Testing and the DEQ Investigation

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority – Web Page with Daily Updates from the CFPUA

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority – Water Quality and Water Quality Database

City of Wilmington - Water Information Page 

Cape Fear River Watch – Updates on the River

Facebook - Wilmington's Stop Gen-X In Our Water


Chemours Company Statement - Voluntary Actions to Respond to North Carolina Community


CFPUA is partnering with the City of Wilmington and area churches to provide free water from Ogden Park to citizens unable to get to the free water station.

Churches will transport empty containers to Ogden Park where they will be filled with treated groundwater at no cost. Church volunteers will then bring the filled containers back to the designated churches, where customers can pick them up. Churches will be open for drop off between 9:00 am and 11:00 am every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and for pick up between 1:00 pm and 3:00 p.m. on the same days.


Three churches in the greater downtown area will be offering drop-off and pick-up services.


GenX Pollution Questions Multiply – North Carolina Health News

Toxin taints CFPUA drinking water - StarNews 

On US Rivers, Teflon's Old Cancer Ties Are Stoking New Fears – Bloomberg News

GenX: What We Don't Know – WHQR News

Where Does Bottled Water Come From – StarNews

GenX: A Question of Chemistry – WHQR News 

Full WHQR News Coverage of GenX – WHQR News