Shows arial view of construction of a thermal oxidizer to mitigate PFAS, machinery, building, etc at a the Chemours facility that has dumped PFAS and other fluorochemicals into nearby rivers, the air.

A $100 million thermal oxidizer under construction at the Chemours Fayetteville Works plant is expected to reduce airborne PFAS emissions by 99 percent. Photo courtesy of Chemours.

Cape Fear River, PFOS, air pollution, water pollution, Balden County, DuPont, GenX

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