HEALTH & SAFETY SCHOOL
August 6 & 7, 2018
McKimmon Center • Raleigh NC
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Science & Technology - 100 PM
Government Affairs - 2:00 PM
- News Release Filed June 20, 2018 RALEIGH, N.C. – Duke Energy Progress today made its annual filings with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) for costs associated with fuel, compliance with the state's renewable energy portfolio standard (REPS), cost recovery under the Joint Agency Asset Rider (JAAR), and implementation of …Read More
- Last week Governor Cooper made 32 executive nominations and appointments to 14 boards, councils, and commissions including the Environmental Management Commission (EMC). Shannon Arata was appointed to the EMC as a member with special training in freshwater, estuarine, marine biological or ecological sciences. She replaces Richard Whisnant who stepped down …Read More
- The May 17 drafts of the North Carolina Water Safety Act filed to address Emerging Contaminants, including GenX became part of the 2018 Appropriations Act (S99) this week with modifications that will address concerns raised by NCMA and its member companies. The original text would have recognized health goals derived without …Read More
- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hosted a National Leadership Summit in Washington DC last week to address concerns across the nation about per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Participation was limited to 200 federal, state, local and tribal officials and representatives from industry and community organizations. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt opened …Read More
- The North Carolina House and Senate introduced bills on May 17 with identical language to address Emerging Contaminants, including GenX. NCMA held a Monday morning conference call with members to discuss the bill and its implications for Industry in North Carolina. There is little doubt the bill will pass, but …Read More
Who we are • What we do
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.