The U.S. EPA is wrongfully withholding test data and other vital information about the presence of dangerous PFAS chemicals in millions of fluorinated plastic containers.
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Eleven North Carolina community groups and individuals, alongside environmental nonprofits, expressed their strong support for the EPA drinking water advisory for PFAS Chemical GenX, which is being challenged today by The Chemours Company in a case before the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
These PFAS, also called “forever chemicals,” are persistent and are known to cause harmful effects, including cancer and damage to fetal development.
Today, North Carolina community groups, appeared before the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, VA to urge it to reverse the district court’s dismissal of their case seeking to compel EPA to require Chemours to conduct comprehensive health testing on PFAS released into the NC environment from the Fayetteville Works chemical facility.