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Army Vet, Conservative Joins Battle on Environmental Pollution By Catherine Clabby Travel with Mike Watters though his serene community southern of Fayetteville and incredibly quickly he begins sharing numbers. Continues to be at 264, 236 . This home over here’s over as well. Normal water polluted from the commercial chemical substance GenX above that focus may, over an eternity, cause health threats for some sociable people, state wellness officials say. Last summer NEW YORK citizens found that GenX had infiltrated general public normal water supplies drawn from your Cape Fear River, completely right down to Wilmington. That contaminants bloomed right into a regional issue for Watters and a huge selection of others last fall who live near vegetation that DuPont built years ago on some 2,000 acres bordering the Cape Fear.