WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — There’s been loads of info to digest since yesterday’s massive assembly in Wilmington about GenX.
It was an invite-solely session with only a single reporter within the room. Representatives from The Chemours Firm, which makes the chemical compound, wouldn’t converse with reporters, however WWAY has been in contact with Chemours Senior Communications Supervisor Gary Combre, who was a part of the assembly.
We requested Combre by e-mail for an on-digital camera interview with him or anybody from the corporate on the time and place of their selecting. We additionally despatched some questions we needed answered.
Late this afternoon, Combre advised us by e-mail that the corporate is “unable to grant an on-digital camera interview with WWAY presently.” He didn’t reply the questions we posed, however he did ship this assertion:
The Chemours Firm (Chemours) (NYSE: CC) as we speak commented on its June fifteenth assembly with North Carolina state and native officers to debate considerations concerning the polymer processing assist, Gen-X, discovered within the Cape Worry River. On the assembly, Chemours made clear its perception that the problems raised relating to releases from its Fayetteville facility haven’t had an impression on the security of the consuming water that comes from the Cape Worry River. Chemours agrees with the North Carolina Division of Well being and Human Providers that ranges reported within the river can be anticipated to pose a low danger to human well being. Chemours additionally reiterated its dedication to working with all state, metropolis, and native officers going ahead.
An unbiased firm since 2015, Chemours is dedicated to the properly-being of our clients, our staff, and the communities through which we function.
As a result of Chemours talked about its inventory image, its value mentioning, that the corporate’s inventory closed at $36.70 cents at present. That was down zero.33 for the day.