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In May, 1996, the General Assembly is expected to pass HB 817, a bill on environmental pollution that will allow businesses to monitor their emissions and not be punished if they quickly correct a problem.
Geological Resources Inc. is a runner-up in the 2015 BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA Small Business of the Year competition. Henry Brown started the Monroe-based company in 1971 while employed as a marine science professor at N.C. State University. Geological Resources provides environmental consulting for companies, employs twenty-eight, and expects to make $5 million in 2015.
Over the next several years, the Environmental Protection Agency will push for increased use of biological toxicity testing to complement chemical-specific analyses of toxic water pollutants. North Carolina has been a leader among the authorized state programs in the use of biological testing to monitor and control toxics, largely because the state has in-house effluent monitoring capability.