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 Forsyth, Mecklenburg, and Buncombe Counties have local air quality programs and permits issued by those programs may not appear in Application Tracker.
 Some units of local government are delegated to review and approve water main extensions. Locally reviewed water main extensions are not included in Application Tracker. Public Water System projects are submitted to and reviewed by the Public Water Supply Section. Once the project has been approved and an Authorization to Construct is issued, the applicant can begin construction. Construction can take months or years. Once construction is complete and both required certifications are received a Final Approval is issued and the project can be placed into service.
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The Utility Savings Initiative (USI) is a comprehensive approach to reducing utility expenditures and resource use in North Carolina state, local municipal and county government and public education facilities.
The strategic goals of USI are to:
North Carolina Session Law 2007-546, enacted in 2007, requires each state agency and university to reduce energy consumption by 20% by 2010 and 30% by 2015, with a baseline of fiscal year 2002-2003.
Recycling conserves resources, prevents pollution and creates jobs, strengthening North Carolina's economy. Please do your part to recycle at home, at work and on-the-go!
The Environmental Assistance Center (EAC) was created in 2011 to help DENR regulated entities find answers to their permitting and compliance questions. The EAC also offers free and confidential environmental sustainability assistance, including water and energy efficiency, recycling and composting, and education on how to prevent waste and pollution.
The Environmental Stewardship Initiative assists industries, businesses, institutions and government agencies in reducing environmental impacts and recognizes those that maintain a strong commitment to sustainability. Free training, technical assistance and networking are available to members.
To go the ESI home page click here.
DEACS's unique WRP partnership engages volunteer engineers and scientists to help your organization cut energy use, reduce waste, conserve water and save money.