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Will You Be Attending the NCMA Safety Committee Meeting on December 6?

NCMA Committee[Public Content] The NCMA Safety Committee will hold its first meeting at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016, at the NCMA office in Raleigh.  The Committee is open to ALL members of NCMA, and it's free!  Please let us know if you'll be attending the committee meeting or if you plan to call in for the meeting [Dec. 2, 2016]


Duke Energy Drops Rates for North Carolina Customers on Dec. 1

Duke Energy[Public Content] Industrial customers of Duke Energy Progress in North Carolina will see a 7 percent rate drop effective Dec. 1, 2016, the company announced Nov. 29. [Dec. 2, 2016]



DEQ Secretary Donald van der Vaart Asks Trump to Rein In EPA

van der Vaart[Public Content] DEQ Secretary Donald van der Vaart co-signed a letter Nov. 16, 2016 with agency leaders in four other states urging President- Elect Trump to pursue goals stated during his campaign to abandon Obama administration initiatives. [Dec. 2, 2016]


EPA Lists First 10 Workplan Chemicals under TSCA

EPA[Public Content] The Environmental Protection Agency has released its list of 10 workplan chemicals -- including asbestos and trichloroethylene -- to be reviewed under Toxic Substances Control Act reform. [Dec. 2, 2016]



Overtime Regulation Halted in Federal Court

Court Ruling[Public Content] A U.S. District Court in Eastern Texas has blocked the implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor's new overtime rules, set to take effect December 1, 2016. [Dec. 2, 2016]

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