Updated: April 22, 2016

NCMA Workshops

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2016 Workshop Dates

Water Compliance
2016 Presentations

Air Quality Compliance
2016 Presentations

Hazardous Waste 1
May 5, 2016, Wilmington
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Hazardous Waste 2
May 12, 2016, Greensboro
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Hazardous Waste 3
May 19, 2016, Raleigh
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Hazardous Waste 4

May 26, 2016, Asheville
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Hazardous Waste 5
Nov. 3, 2016, Charlotte
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EEHS School
August 8-9, 2016, Raleigh
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NCMA's Top Stories In The News

NCMA's April Committee Meetings This Wednesday, April 27

NCMA Committee Meeting[Public Content] NCMA's Science & Technology (S&T) Committee and NCMA's Government Affairs Committee will meet JOINTLY on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 1PM. (Please note that this is a change from the previous notice that had the Committees meeting separately at 1 PM and 2:30 PM). [April 22, 2016]

SAVE THE DATE:NCMA's 2016 Legislative Reception May 18

[Public Content] Please mark your calendars now and plan to attend the 2016 NCMA Legislative Reception which will be held the evening of May 18, 2016 in Raleigh.  All NCMA members and business partners are invited and encouraged to participate.  [April 15, 2016]

 

DEQ Calls for Lifting State Ban on Placing Electronics in Landfills

E-WasteTom Reeder, assistant secretary of the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), told the N.C. Environmental Review Commission April 14, 2016 that the state should lift the existing ban on landfilling electronic waste. The Commission was skeptical of the recommendation. [April 22, 2016]

EPA Issues Fix for Mercury and Toxic Rule after Supreme Court Loss

Power Plant[Public Content] The Obama administration moved April 15, 2016 to repair a problem with the mercury and air toxic rule for power plants that the Supreme Court said last year was improperly issued. [April 22, 2016]

 

DWR Requesting New Effluent Hardness Monitoring for Metals in NPDES Permits

Effluent MonitoringThe North Carolina Division of Water Resources (DWR) recommended April 8, 2016, that facilities with NPDES wastewater permits begin effluent monitoring for hardness to implement new freshwater water quality standards for metals recently approved by US EPA. [April 15, 2016]

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