Updated: July 15, 2016

2016 NCMA Workshops

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2016
North Carolina
Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety School
"EEHS School"
EEHS School August 8-9, 2016, Raleigh
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2016 Hazardous Waste
Nov. 3, 2016, Charlotte
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NCMA's Top Stories In The News

NCMA Committee Meetings on July 21 Cancelled

Cancelled[Public Content] The July 21, 2016 meetings of NCMA’s Science and Technology Committee, and NCMA’s Government Affairs Committee have been cancelled. The next committee meeting is on Thursday, August 18. That meeting will be our annual “issues” meeting. [July 15, 2016]

 

Avoid the Late Fee at the 2016 EEHS School - Register By July 25

Avoid Late Fees[Public Content] Register today and save money when attending NCMA's 2016 North Carolina Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety (EEHS) School on August 8-9. You can avoid the $75 late fee if you register before July 25, 2016. Click Here to Register. [July 15, 2016]

 

A Stellar Cast of Presenters for the NCMA's 2016 Annual Meeting

Commissioner Berry[Public Content] The NCMA Annual Meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel on the banks of the Cape Fear River  in Wilmington on September 19 and 20. NCMA staff  have lined up a steller cast of presenters that are sure to make the sessions interesting, educational, provocative, and fun!  Don't miss it!!! [July 15, 2016]

Make Your 2016 NCMA Annual Meeting Room Reservations Now!

Wilmington Hilton[Public Content] This year NCMA has chosen a new location for the NCMA Annual Meeting. The 2016 Annual Meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel on the banks of the Cape Fear River in historic downtown Wilmington on September 19-20, 2016. Reserve your room by August 18 for the best rate. [July 8, 2016]

Annual "Name That Issue" Meeting for All NCMA Committees Thurs. Aug. 18

NCMA Committee Meetings[Public Content] NCMA's Science and Technology Committee, and NCMA's Government Affairs Committee, will meet jointly at 1 PM on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, at the NCMA office for our annual session to develop an initial list of priority issues that deserve the focus of NCMA's efforts and resources during 2017.  All NCMA members and business partners are invited to participate. You do not need to be a member of either committee to participate or to submit an issue.[July 15, 2016]

Don't Miss the Great Lineup of Vendors at the 2016 EEHS School

Vendors at EEHS School[Public Content] If you are looking for the top providers of environment, energy, health and safety services and products, look no farther than the 2016 North Carolina Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety (EEHS) School on August 8-9, 2016. Check our our vendors. [July 8, 2016]


Legislators and Governor Agree on Compromise Coal Ash Management Bill

Coal AshState legislative leaders and Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration have agreed on language in a new coal ash bill that will avoid a late-in-session override of the governor’s veto. The new bill abolishes the Coal Ash Commission, allows reprocessing of coal ash for construction, and requires Duke Energy to ensure clean drinking water near ponds. [June 30, 2016]

Bill Reinstates State Mining and Oil and Gas Commissions

State legislative leaders and Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration have agreed on language in a new coal ash bill that reestablishes two commissions that the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled had been unconstitutionally constituted. [June 30, 2016]

 

NC Air Permit Exemption Streamlining Rules Become Effective

Air Permitting ExemptionsFinal air quality permit exemption streamlining rules adopted by the Environmental Management Commission (EMC) in January 2016 and approved by the Rules Review Commission in February 2016 have completed legislative review became effective June 13, 2016. [June 30, 2016]

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