E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. will pay $8.3 million to settle two U.S. class actions over release of chemicals into the water supply in Salem County.

District Judge Renee Bumb in Camden approved the settlement with 4,248 households, as well as $2.77 million in class counsel fees and $886,224 in expenses, on Aug. 26.

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