Water Quality Compliance Workshop

February 13, 2020
McKimmon Center • Raleigh, NC

Air Quality Compliance Workshop

Crown Plaza • Hickory • March 3, 2020
McKimmon Center • Raleigh • March 17, 2020

COMING IN 2020
19TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 3 & 4, 2020
Did you miss EEHS 2019? Don't miss 2020!
Stellar speakers. Timely topics. Excellent exhibits. Spectacular Sponsors. Amazing attendees.
Courses covering Air Quality • Water Quality • Waste Management
Energy • Sustainability • Occupational Health & Safety
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19TH ANNUAL
AUGUST 3 & 4, 2020
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

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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, Nutrien (formerly PotashCorp-Aurora)

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.

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