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Brunswick County Coronavirus Information

06.02.2020

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  • Main County Contact Information: 910.253.2000 / 800.442.7033

 

Brunswick County Public Health Call Line and Email Information (Available Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

 

NC Public Health Call Line (Open 24/7)

  • Phone: 1.866.462.3821

 

North Carolina 2-1-1 Program

  • For COVID-19 questions, dial 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162
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From DEQ: DEQ Investigation of PFAS Continues

10.01.2019

DEQ Investigation of PFAS Continues

Original link: https://deq.nc.gov/news/press-releases/2019/09/30/deq-investigation-pfas-continues

Release: IMMEDIATE

Date: September 30, 2019

Contact:  Sharon Martin / 919-707-8670

RALEIGH – The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) continues to investigate the presence of PFAS compounds in groundwater wells located in New Hanover County.

DEQ staff have performed three rounds of sampling in public water supply wells and DEQ ambient monitoring wells since May, when Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) disclosed results of detections of PFAS in wells in their system.   DEQ has shared results with CFPUA and other well owners.  The results and the map of sampling locations is available here: https://deq.nc.gov/news/key-issues/emerging-compounds/managing-emerging-compounds-water

The detections of PFOA and PFOS were below the lifetime health advisory level set by the EPA in 2016 and GenX detections were below the provisional drinking water health goal set by DHHS in 2017.

DEQ will continue to sample monitoring wells and surface water to further define the extent of the PFAS compounds.

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