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Old 06-26-2017, 10:24 PM
 
Location: Hackettstown, NJ
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Any Ven X water issues with St. James water
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Old 06-27-2017, 06:16 AM
 
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Yes, GenX is in SJP's water.

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Old 06-28-2017, 12:50 PM
 
Location: Cape Fear, North Carolina
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Any Ven X water issues with St. James water
I do not live in St. James so have no first-hand knowledge. The following is Brunswick County Public Utilities. It would seem to indicate St. James water is not from the Cape Fear River, although I have no idea of the source of the groundwater referenced. Seepage from the river?
Is a map available showing locations within the Brunswick County service area that receives source water from the Cape Fear River?
  • The Northwest Water Treatment Plant (Cape Fear River source water) can and sometimes does provide water throughout the Brunswick County water system. While some areas of the system typically receive water from one plant or the other, a map has not been provided because it may be misinterpreted to indicate that some customers may never receive water from the Northwest Water Treatment Plant. Areas that typically receive water from the 211 Groundwater Treatment Plant include Bald Head Island, Caswell Beach, Oak Island, Southport, and St. James. All other areas typically receive water from the Northwest Water Treatment Plant (Cape Fear River surface water). Bald Head Island also has a groundwater treatment facility and supplements their water supply from Brunswick County.
A lot of information (and misinformation) is available online. One source is The Wilmington Star News (Wilmington Star News: Local & World News, Sports & Entertainment in Wilmington, NC)


Also see GenX & Brunswick County Public Utilities Drinking Water - Brunswick County Government from the BCPU
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