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NCMA Nov. 17 S&T Committee Meeting to Focus on Vapor Intrusion

Vapor IntrusionRepresentatives of the North Carolina Division of Waste Management (DWM) will be the special guests of NCMA’s Science & Technology (S&T) Committee Nov. 17 to discuss DWM’s proposed rulemaking on vapor intrusion standards. [Oct. 21, 2016]


Suit Alleges That Attorney General Roy Cooper Illegally Diverted Pollution Settlement Funds

Roy Cooper[Public Content] The Civitas Center for Law and Freedom (CLF) filed suit Oct. 18, 2016 against Roy Cooper in his capacity as North Carolina Attorney General alleging that he illegally funneled money in a pollution violation settlement fund from schools to special interest environmental groups. [Oct. 21, 2016]

What Chemical Importers Need To Know About The New TSCA

TSCA ImportersChemical companies interested in importing products into the US should have a firm understanding of the changes to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) contained in the recently enacted Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act (LCSA). [Oct. 21, 2016]


Duke Energy Will Remove and Recycle Coal Ash from Plant Near Salisbury

Duke Buck Plant[Public Content] Duke Energy announced Oct. 5, 2016 that it plans to excavate and recycle more than 5 million tons of coal ash stored in ponds at its Buck power plant in Rowan County. Duke says the decision will allow it to settle a federal lawsuit over ash waste at the site. [Oct. 7, 2016]

Fall Session of NCMA's Hazardous Waste Workshop for Generators Nov. 3

Haz Waste Workshop[Public Content] If you missed one of NCMA's four sold-out Hazardous Waste Compliance Workshops this May or you have additional training needs, you can register for the Fall 2016 Session to be held Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the Speedway Club at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. A late fee will apply after Oct. 15. We now accept all credit cards including American Express. [Sept. 30, 2016]

NCMA's President's Report for 2016

Presidents' Report[Public Content] NCMA President Preston Howard provides members with his annual “President’s Report” describing in details NCMA’s activities in 2016 and some changes you will see in 2017. [Sept. , 2016]

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