MAY 26, 2017 — JESS MANCINI PARKERSBURG — Residents from Huntington to Evansville, Ind., have higher-than-normal levels of perfluorooctanoic acid, also known as C8, according to a study released this month from the University of Cincinnati. The report, based on the analyses of blood samples collected over 22 years, said the exposure source was likely… Read More

From the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences August 2016 — By Ernie Hood From three small towns in New York state, to research laboratories around the world and the halls of Congress, perfluorinated chemicals are becoming an increasing concern. Commercial production of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfate (PFOS) has been phased out in… Read More

Citron Research came out strongly against DuPont in a report this afternoon, detailing the many flaws of the Chemours spinoff: Click here to read the report. None of this information, including the conclusion that Chemours is headed for bankruptcy, comes as any surprise to us. Bloomberg, CNBC, Barron’s, and others have since picked up on… Read More

Chemours mgmt (trading CCWI—when issued until 7/1 when it will trade under the ticker CC after the spin-off from DD) hosted a sell-side analyst day giving details on CC and the industries they serve (TiO2, Fluoro Chems/Polymers, Chemical Solutions that include cyanides, sulfur products and other). We came away with the following outtakes:… Read More