DuPont, Chemours To Face Trimmed Cape Fear Dumping Suit

By Mike LaSusa (April 22, 2019, 9:32 PM EDT) -- DuPont Co. and Chemours Co. will have to face a trimmed version of a proposed class action alleging that the companies failed to stop toxic chemicals from a North Carolina factory from polluting the Cape Fear River, according to a Friday filing in North Carolina federal court.

U.S. District Judge James C. Dever issued an order on Friday explaining his March 26 ruling that kept alive most of the claims by residents of areas that get their drinking water mainly from the Cape Fear River. The residents say the companies dumped harmful chemicals, including one called GenX, into the river, leading...

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