Once again Mid-Atlantic hosted its annual food drive in December to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Mid-Atlantic employees donated over 197 pounds of food. Mid-Atlantic made a dollar per pound matching donation along with an additional $1,000 donation on behalf of our valued clients. The 197 pounds of food and $1,197 […]
On October 22, Governor McCrory signed into law NC House Bill 765, or the Regulatory Reform Act. The bill addresses some significant issues, most notably changes associated with risk-based remediation of contaminated sites in North Carolina. The summary of this new legislation provides the following description of standard vs. risk-based remediation: “Generally, cleanup of environmental contamination must be […]
The continued momentum of Mid-Atlantic’s Charlotte operation has facilitated a move to a new physical location. The move is necessary to provide additional room for growth and a location that is more accessible to our clients. Effective October 19th, our Charlotte can be reached at 1125 East Morehead Street, Suite 104, Charlotte, NC 28204, 980-585-1271 (office) and 980-585-1272 (facsimile).
Mid-Atlantic has recently been awarded four contracts with NC communities to assist them in building sustainable Brownfields programs. These include Transylvania County, the City of Lenoir, the Town of High Shoals, and the Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments. Mid-Atlantic staff will help prepare grant applications for EPA Brownfields Assessment grants and if awarded, Mid-Atlantic staff […]
On May 8, 2015, Mid-Atlantic and the Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments (UCPCOG) held a public outreach session for leaders in Halifax County. The purpose of the session was to educate leaders on the UCPCOG Brownfields Program and the benefits that it and North Carolina’s Brownfields Program could bring to their communities. The session […]