The central authority for the Inactive Hazardous Sites Branch is granted under North Carolina General Statute 130A-310 et seq, also known as The North Carolina Inactive Hazardous Sites Response Act of 1987. North Carolina Administrative Code Title 15A Subchapter 02L contains the State's groundwater quality standards. The Branch has the authority to enforce these standards. Subchapter 13C Rule .0200 contains the requirements of the Branch's site prioritization system. 15A NCAC 13C .0300 contains the rules governing the Registered Environmental Consultant Program. To view the statute or rules, select one of the following categories.
Superfund Section- Inactive Hazardous Sites Statutes
G.S. 130A-310.1 - Identification, inventory, and monitoring of inactive hazardous substance or waste disposal sites; duty of owners, operators, and responsible parties to provide information and access; remedies.
G.S. 130A-310.14 through 130A-310.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
DSCA Applicable Federal Regulations
Superfund Section- Additional Applicable Statutes and Rules
15A NCAC 02L - Interim Groundwater Quality Standards (Interim Maximum Allowable Concentrations or IMACs)