The Ferebee Road fire in Hyde County has begun burning down deep into the carbon-rich peat, as firefighters halt — for now — movement across the landscape.
Four coastal towns are getting money in the latest round of awards from the Volkswagen settlement to install publicly accessible chargers for zero-emission vehicles.
North Carolina Division of Air Quality has awarded nearly $1 million in grants to replace 11 older diesel vehicles with cleaner alternatives.
Applications will be available online starting May 2 for more than $1 million available to install publicly accessible light-duty zero-emission vehicle Level 2 charging stations.
Letters of intent for 2022 Environmental Enhancement Grants are due March 31.
The state Division of Air Quality will include ozone information in its daily forecast of fine particle matter pollution March 1-Oct. 31.
The inventory includes detailed estimates of greenhouse gas emissions in key source categories from 1990 to 2018 and projections through 2030.
Government entities and certain organizations may now submit applications for grants to replace their older transit and shuttle buses through the second phase of funding from the Volkswagen air emissions legal settlement.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality is seeking until Feb. 19 public comment on a draft permit modification for the Domtar Paper Co. facility near Plymouth.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality has submitted its Volkswagen Mitigation Plan to the trustee detailing how the state will invest the remaining $68 million of its share.
The state issued this week a time-limited modification to Ecolab Inc., a log fumigation facility at N.C. Port at Wilmington, to alleviate congestion at the port.
NCDEQ is asking for input on the new animal waste management digester system general permits.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality issued air permits for log fumigation operations at companies in New Hanover and Wayne counties.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality and North Carolina State Climate Office developed the Ambient Information Reporter, a new online tool with statewide weather and air quality observations.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality is holding a digital public hearing Aug. 31 on proposed changes to a log fumigation facility’s permit to meet the state’s new methyl bromide regulations.
The four-year legal battle over air pollution from Titan America’s proposed cement plant in New Hanover County is over now that the company has requested cancellation of the air-quality permit and opponents have dropped their appeal.