Brunswick Co woman speaking to Congress will discuss PFAS chemicals

first_img Clean Cape Fear was upset when the Brunswick County manager and school board rejected their proposal for a $200,000 clean water initiative.Donovan says their main goal is to educate the public. The organization has organized community forums, attended DEQ meetings in Fayetteville, met with the EPA and state legislature.But Donovan says the biggest challenge is getting everyone to participate.Related Article: NHRMC lifts flu visitation restrictions“It never should be a partisan issue and unfortunately we noticed last year in North Carolina at the state level it became a highly partisan issue, which was bizarre to us because these chemicals don’t distinguish between political party,” Donovan said.Her main goal is to stress how this issue is affecting families, especially children. BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Emily Donovan is headed to Congress to speak at the first Congressional hearing on PFAS chemicals scheduled for Thursday.Donovan is a founding member of Clean Cape Fear, an organization that actively advocates for clean drinking water throughout the region.- Advertisement – last_img

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