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Monthly Archives: February 2014

WVA Water Tap Testing

Following Chemical Spill. WV Tap Water Samples Collected, Test Results Expected in 1-3 weeks

Following the massive chemical spill into West Virginia’s Elk River that left some 300,000 people without water for days, a state-commissioned study on the tap water there is underway. The results, based on samples taken from 10 area homes will be released in about one-to-three weeks, according to researchers leading the study. The chemical, 4-methylcyclohexane […]

West Virginians Still Do Not Trust Water

West Virginia Residents Still Not Drinking Water, Alleging Adverse Reactions and Fear of Long-Tern Effects

Although health officials have assured residents of Charleston, West Virginia, that the tap water there is safe, residents are not drinking water that comes from a supply that was contaminated following a massive chemical spill on January 9th. The spill, which originated from a leaking Freedom Industries storage tank that contained at least two toxic […]

WVA Water Safety Still Concerns

More than a Month After Elk River Chemical Spill, Many West Virginians Still Doubtful of Water

It’s been over a month since the storage tank owned by Freedom Industries leaked thousands of gallons of chemicals into the Elk River, and residents are still concerned about the safety of their water. Even though government officials have said for weeks that the water is suitable for regular daily needs, many are hesitant to […]

Another Spill Coal Slurry West Virginia

Another MCHM Chemical Spill in West Virginia

Another MCHM chemical spill has occurred in West Virginia. This time, the chemical came from an unknown amount of coal slurry that leaked into a tributary of the Kanawha River on Tuesday, said the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. The spill happened between midnight and 5:30am Monday, when a slurry line ruptured and the […]

Elk River Inspection Problems Found

Before Elk River Spill, Federal Safety Inspectors Found that Freedom Tank Did Not Meet Industry Standards

The Elk River chemical spill has opened up a number of questions about safety regulations, or lack thereof, and how one leaky storage tank was able to contaminate the drinking water for 300,000 West Virginians. Now, West Virginia Gazette reports that three months before the leak happened, federal safety inspectors found that the chemical storage […]

West Virginia Business Owners Suffer Huge Losses Due to Elk River Chemical Spill

The West Virginia chemical spill has been detrimental to the local economy. Restaurants, hotels, retail stores, day cares, bed and breakfast inns and even airlines have suffered economic losses because of the leak that left 300,000 people without clean tap water. On January 9th, about 7,500 gallons of 4-methylcyclohexane methanol (MCHM) were discovered leaking out […]

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