The NSAB functions primarily as an advisory group to assist and guide the agency with effective implementation of nutrient management strategies for developed areas as they relate to the Existing Development rule.
The NSAB shall:
- Identify management strategies that can be used by local governments to reduce nutrient loading from existing development.
- Evaluate the feasibility, costs, and benefits of implementing the identified management strategies.
- Develop an accounting system for the assignment of nutrient reduction credits for the identified management strategies.
- Identify the need for any improvements or refinements to modeling and other analytical tools used to evaluate water quality in nutrient-impaired waters and nutrient management strategies.
The NSAB consists of up to 10 representatives with various qualifications and diverse backgrounds representing: Local Government / Academia / Professional Engineering / NC Dept of Transportation / Conservation Organizations. See the NSAB Charter for the current membership roster.
January 3, 2020
Materials: Subsurface Gravel Wetlands - Waickowski / Regenerative Stormwaer Conveyance & Sandfilters - Hunt
April 5, 2019
Materials: Proposal for an SCM Nutrient Data Standards Workgroup