In the news — WVWRI director answers questions regarding chemical spill in the Elk River

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January 29, 2014, by Glenn Waldron, West Virginia Water Research Institute

Morgantown, W.Va — The latest news articles featuring West Virginia Water Research Institute Director Dr. Paul Ziemkiewicz regarding the Elk River chemical spill:

Newsweek – January 30, 2014
Experts want everyone to stop panicking over ‘off the wall’ formaldehyde scare in West Virginia

Charleston Daily Mail – January 28, 2014
Expert says tank leaked for at least 20 hours

WWVU U92 – January 22, 2014
Elk River Chemical Spill (Radio Interview)

New Republic – January 22, 2014
West Virginia can’t get its story straight on the chemical spill

The State Journal – January 20, 2014
Legislative committee hears more about chemical spill from water experts

The Register-Herald – January 18, 2014
Joint committee has started its investigation

WV Metro News – January 17, 2014
Lawmakers begin water emergency probe

West Virginia Public Broadcasting – January 17, 2014
Senate commission begins leak investigation

WOWKTV.COM – January 17, 2014
Questions remain about when crude MCHM started leaking

The Charleston Gazette – January 17, 2014
Legislators start hearings into chemical spill

Charleston Daily Mail – January 17, 2014
Water expert says chemical likely was leaking for awhile

WV Public BroadcastingJanuary 10, 2014
What is Crude MCHM?

WVU Today – January 10, 2014
WVU advising caution after chemical spill in southern West Virginia

The Register-Herald – January 10, 2014
Unknowns plague officials’ concerns about chemical spill

Charleston Daily Mail – January 10, 2014
WVU researcher says water use precautions are necessary

Metro News – January 10, 2014
Water tests continue, still no guess when do-not-use order will be lifted

The State Journal – January 10, 2014
WV Water Research Institute Director Explains Chemical

WOWKTV – January 10, 2014
WV Water Research Institute Director Explains Chemical

WCHS Radio 58 – January 10, 2014
No Word On When Do Not Use Order Could Be Lifted

Salon – January 10, 2014
Little is known about the chemical contaminating West Virginia’s tap water

NRCCE

CONTACT: Glenn Waldron; WV Water Research Institute
304.293.7085; Glenn.Waldron@mail.wvu.edu