18TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 5 & 6, 2019
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The region's most comprehensive annual event that provides current and relevant training for energy and environmental, health & safety (EHS) professionals.

18TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 5 & 6, 2019
Keynote Speaker

Michael S. Regan, Secretary

NC Department of Environmental Quality

18TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 5 & 6, 2019
Air Quality • Water Quality • Waste Management
Energy • Sustainability • Occupational Health & Safety

Two days and 27 courses covering subjects that matter to
EHS Professionals • Consultants • Attorneys

18TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 5 & 6, 2019
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18TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 5 & 6, 2019
Keynote Speaker
Michael S. Regan
Secretary, NCDEQ
Air Quality • Water Quality • Energy
Waste Mangement • Sustainability
Health & Safety
Two days and 27 courses covering
subjects that matter to
EHS Professionals • Consultants • Attorneys
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NCMA NEWS

  • Governor Announces EMC Appointments

    Governor Announces EMC Appointments

    Governor Cooper announced appointments to the Environmental Management Commission (EMC) on July 2, 2019 Donna Davis of Ansonville as a member-at-large. Davis recently retired as the Stanly County utility director and Stanly Water and Sewer Authority executive director. She is also the past chair of Yadkin Pee Dee River Basin …Read More
  • EPA Proposed Rule Would Implement Withdrawal of Once-In-Always-In Policy

    EPA Proposed Rule Would Implement Withdrawal of Once-In-Always-In Policy

    On June 25, 2019, EPA announced a proposed rule to implement withdrawal of the agency's Once-In-Always-In (OIAI) policy thereby allowing major sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAP) to reclassify as area sources after acting to limit emissions to below major source thresholds. The proposed rule follows an EPA memorandum issued …Read More
  • NCMA Welcomes New Business Partner – ALL4

    NCMA Welcomes New Business Partner – ALL4

    On June 27, 2019 the NCMA Board of Directors approved ALL4’s application to join NCMA as a Business Partner. All4 is a nationally recognized environmental consulting company that specializes in air quality consulting.  The company opened its first corporate office near Philadelphia, PA in 2002.  Since then the company has …Read More
  • EPA Finalizes Affordable Clean Energy Rule

    EPA Finalizes Affordable Clean Energy Rule

    EPA PRESS RELEASE 6/19/2019 Contact Information: EPA Press Office (press@epa.gov ) WASHINGTON (June 19, 2019) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the final Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule – replacing the prior administration’s overreaching Clean Power Plan (CPP) with a rule that restores the rule of law and empowers states to …Read More
  • NCDEQ Announces Updated and Improved Risk Evaluation Resources

    NCDEQ Announces Updated and Improved Risk Evaluation Resources

    In an email to interested parties today, Janet Macdonald, PG, Unit Supervisor and Risk-Based Remediation Team Chair with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), announced that updated and improved risk evaluation resources have been posted to the Risk-Based Remediation Website at https://deq.nc.gov/permits-rules/risk-based-remediation/risk-evaluation-resources . The Preliminary Soil Remedial Goals …Read More

NCMA has been an effective advocate in North Carolina for legislative and regulatory issues related to the environment, tax policy and energy and utility activity that are of importance to PCS Phosphate Company, Inc. (PotashCorp-Aurora). Membership in NCMA is the best method for our organization to address these needs.

Steve Beckel General Manager, PotashCorp-Aurora

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NCMA is a non-profit association representing the interests of North Carolina manufacturing industries before the North Carolina General Assembly and state regulatory agencies on environmental, health, safety, energy, worker's compensation, and tax issues.

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