February 28, 2015 2:24 AM ET

Company Overview of NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources

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Key Executives for NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources

Director of North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
Assistant Secretary for Environment
Interim Assistant Secretary for Natural Resources
First Director of Western Outreach
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources Key Developments

N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Announces Executive Changes

The N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources' Secretary Donald R. van der Vaart announced the appointment of Tom Reeder as assistant secretary for the environment and Mary Joan Pugh as interim assistant secretary for natural resources. Reeder succeeds Mitch Gillespie, who will serve as a department liaison in the Asheville regional office. Pugh will serve as interim assistant secretary until a permanent replacement is named for Brad Ives, who resigned to pursue other interests. Gillespie will become DENR's first director of western outreach, working to strengthen environmental efforts in Western North Carolina and ensure that the concerns of citizens, local governments and the regulated community are being heard.

The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Announces Executive Changes

Governor Pat McCrory announced that he has selected Donald van der Vaart as the next secretary for the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Van der Vaart currently serves as deputy secretary and energy policy advisor for the agency. Van der Vaart replaces John E. Skvarla, whom Governor McCrory has named to lead the N.C. Department of Commerce when Secretary Sharon Decker leaves at the end of December.

N Department of Environment & Natural Resources Prepares to Fine Duke Energy over Coal Ash Contamination

North Carolina environmental regulators announced they have taken the first formal step toward fining Duke Energy for groundwater contamination from coal ash storage ponds at its Sutton Plant near Wilmington. The N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources sent Duke Energy Progress written notice of its intent to enforce state groundwater regulations for violations at Sutton. Tom Reeder, director of the N.C. Division of Water Resources, announced fines of up to $25,000 per day are possible under state law. Duke Energy Progress has 15 days to respond to the notice that it has violated state regulations.

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