Legislative Reports

Pursuant to S.L. 2019-250 Section 5.10 (a), Department of Environmental Quality legislative reports submitted on or after January 1, 2020 will be posted below.

Title Summary Report Date
Streamline Dam Removal Report A summary of North Carolina’s current Dam Safety Law’s regulatory requirements for dam removal, comparing them to those of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania and, if feasible, recommending changes to reduce regulatory for dam removal. 03/01/2020
PFAS Recovery Fund Status Quarterly Report

Session Law 2018-5 established the PFAS Recovery Fund including Section 13.1(d) that provdies funding for local government units to assist with the planning and analyzing water lines to serve impacted areas.

03/01/2020
Study of Penalties related to Shellfish

A joint study with DEQ, DOJ, and the Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission on the penalties associated with violations of laws related to Shellfish and Shellfish Aquaculture.

03/01/2020
Jordan Lake Nutrient Monitoring Triennial

Triennial report on the nutrient monitoring program for Jordan Lake.

03/01/2020
Water Resources Development Grants Semi-Annual

Semi-annual report on the status of Water Resources Development Projects.

03/01/2020
End-of-life Decommissioning Quarterly

 This is the second such quarterly report and covers the activities undertaken to implement this Section since the submission of the previous quarterly interim report, from December 1, 2019, through March 1, 2020. 

03/01/2020
Pre-Regulatory Landfill Assumption of Risk - Final

Final report on the implementation of a modification to G.S. 130A-310.6(c) governing the Pre-Regulatory (pre-1983) Landfill Program.

02/01/2020
Capital Improvements Projects Quarterly

Quarterly report on capital improvements projects.

01/01/2020
DEQ Coal Ash Quarterly Report

Quarterly reports on DEQ’s operations, activities, programs, and progress with respect to coal combustion residuals surface impoundments.

01/01/2020
PFAS Recovery Fund Status Quarterly Report

Session Law 2018-5 established the PFAS Recovery Fund including Section 13.1(d) that provides funding for local government units to assist with the planning and analyzing water lines to serve impacted areas. 

12/01/2019