EPA One Year Later with
Trey Glenn, EPA Region 4 Administrator
April 11 - 13, 2018
Omni Grove Park Inn
Invites You to Join US!
If you are a Manufacturer with a presence in North Carolina,
learn what we can do for each other.
Science & Technology - 100 PM
Government Affairs - 2:00 PM
Compliance Workshops in 2018
Wilmington, May 3 • Greensboro, May 10
Raleigh, May 17 • Asheville, May 31
Concord, November 1
Crown Plaza • Hickory • March 13 (past)
McKimmon Center • Raleigh • March 22
- The Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board will hold its next meeting on Monday, March 19, 2018, in the Ground Floor Hearing Room of the Archdale Building. This will be the Board’s fourth meeting since it was reconstituted in the Fall of 2017. The SAB spent the majority of its last two …Read More
- On Thursday, March 8, 2018, The EMC unanimously approved a request by the Division of Water Resources (DWR) to proceed with “clarifications to the 2018 303(d) Listing and Delisting Assessment Methodology” used to determine whether waterbodies in North Carolina meet water quality standards. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) partially approved …Read More
- Access House Bill 189 version 4 Senate Passes its Own Version of Emerging Contaminants Legislation In a bit of a surprise move, the North Carolina Senate took up a proposed committee substitute for HB 189. The Senate Agriculture, Environment, and Natural Resources Committee, during a 5:00 PM meeting on February …Read More
- EMC Committees vote to Reject Rulemaking Petitions On Wednesday, February 7, 2018, two (2) committees of the Environmental Management Commission (EMC) voted in separate meetings to recommend to the full EMC that two (2) petitions for rulemaking be denied. Here is a summary. The EMC’s Air Quality Committee considered a …Read More
- What is a Major Source? SEC. 112 (a) (1)The term "major source" means any stationary source or group of stationary sources located within a contiguous area and under common control that emits or has the potential to emit considering controls, in the aggregate, 10 tons per year or more of …Read More
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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.