The Environmental Affairs Group has responsibility for oversight of environmental compliance programs such as Stormwater Management, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures, and Environmental Assessments. The Environmental Affairs Group also manages the hazardous, universal, biological, and radioactive waste collection and disposal programs at NC State facilities across North Carolina.
The university’s comprehensive Stormwater Management Program administers the requirements for the NPDES Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit, Sediment Pollution Control Act and Neuse River Basin Nutrient Management Strategy.
Comprehensive federal law that regulates air emissions from stationary (i.e. emergency generators) and mobile (i.e. automobiles) sources.
The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA),designed to minimize the impact of major construction projects, requires review of a project’s environmental impact and preparation of an Environmental Assessment or Impact Statement.
The Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulations set forth the requirements for the prevention of, preparedness for, and the response to oil discharges at certain non-transportation related facilities.
ECMS/CHIP is a secure, web-based tool used for the storage, management, tracking and reporting of environmental compliance data and is an integral part of our Environmental Management System.
Guidance for proper Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal of Universal waste.
Guidance for proper Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal of University Radioactive Waste.
Guidance for proper Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal of University Chemical Waste.
Guidance for proper Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal of University Biological Waste.
Detailed information on programs, policies, and forms
Guidance for proper Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal of Construction and Waste.
NC State’s Materials Management offers Surplus Property Services that allow you to repurpose, reuse, resell, and recycle & dispose of NC State property.
The US Environmental Protection Agency issued updated waste regulations called the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule. North Carolina has adopted those rules. Included in the updated regulations are new requirements