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DEQ Secretary Michael Regan to Headline NCMA Annual Meeting

Michael ReganNCMA is excited to announce that North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Secretary Michael Regan will speak at the NCMA Annual Meeting. NCMA Members and Business Partners, register today to attend the 2017 NCMA Annual Meeting at the following link: https://ncma-2017-annualmeeting.eventbrite.com. [Sept. 1, 2017]

Time to Vote: NCMA 2018 Issues Ballot in The Mail: Please Return by Sept. 15

VoteIn preparation for NCMA's 2017 Annual Meeting, we have sent by email the “NCMA 2018 Issues Ballot” to the principal contact for each member company. Ballots need to be returned by Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. [Sept. 1, 2017]

 

Registration Opens for Fall Hazardous Waste Compliance Workshop

WorkshopIf you missed one of NCMA’s four sold-out Hazardous Waste Compliance Workshops this May or you have additional training needs, you can register for the Fall 2017 Session to be held Thursday, November 2, 2017 at the Speedway Club at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. Registration Open Sept. 1. Register at: https://fall-2017-haz_waste_workshop.eventbrite.com. [Sept. 1, 2017]

Support Your NCMA Political Action Committee

SilentThe NCMA Political Action Committee (PAC) will host a fundraising event the NCMA PAC Silent Auction & Corn Hole Tournament during the reception and dinner at the 2017 NCMA Annual Meeting on Monday evening Sept. 25, 2017. Please consider donating an item for the PAC Auction! You don’t have to be present to support NCMAs PAC.  If you are unable to participate in the 2017 Annual Meeting but wish to support the PAC, you may do so by sending a personal check (corporate checks are not allowed under NC law) to Donna Pittman at NCMA. [Sept. 1, 2017]

Environmental Management Commission Meetings Set for Sept. 13-14

EMCThe Environmental Management Commission (EMC) and three of its committees will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, and Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017. Items of potential interest to NCMA members include... [Sept. 1, 2017]

 

State Seeks To Stop Additional Chemical Discharges into the Cape Fear River

DEQThe N.C. Department of Environmental Quality urged Chemours August 31, 2017 to stop discharging two additional chemical compounds into the Cape Fear River. DEQ said in a press release that it is looking at all legal options to end the discharges. [Sept. 1, 2017]

 

CAPCA Fall Meeting Oct. 11-13

The Carolinas Air Pollution Control Association (CAPCA) will hold its annual Fall Conference Oct. 11–13 2017, at the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort, Myrtle Beach, S.C. For more information go to: http://capca-carolinas.org/conferences/2017-fall/. [August 23, 2017]


Governor Cooper Proposes New NPDES Permit Application Disclosure Requirements

Cooper_PressOn July 24, 2017, Governor Roy Cooper announced a series of “next steps” that his administration would take to address growing public concerns about unregulated constituents in drinking water supplies. NCMA has some major concerns.... [July 28, 2017]

 

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