The United Nations Issued a Statement on PFAS Contamination In North Carolina

In a statement, a group from the U.N. special rapporteur on toxics and human rights, called out chemical companies DuPont and Chemours in North Carolina. “Even as DuPont and Chemours had information about the toxic impacts of PFAS on human health and drinking water, the companies continued to produce and discharge PFAS,” they said. Click HERE to read more.

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Jane Hoppin

Jane Hoppin (Project 1) is measuring PFAS and GenX exposures, which are two of several ‘forever chemicals’ that are detected and being researched in North Carolina. Read more on her GenX Exposure Study.