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Category: TCEQ

01/26 5:36 pm

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has lifted the boil water notice for Little Elm Valley WSC customers on Thursday, Jan. 26. © Provided by KCEN-TV Waco-Temple-Bryan. …Read Full (more…)

01/26 12:07 pm

EPA Region 6, based in Dallas, and the TCEQ declined to comment for this report. Other top polluting refineries for dissolved solids include a Valero facility in Corpus Christi, Exxon’s Beaumont (more…)

01/25 3:27 pm

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has issued a boil water notice for Little Elm Valley WSC customers on Wednesday, Jan. 25. © Provided by KCEN-TV Waco-Temple-Bryan. T … (more…)

01/25 8:54 am

“And how the TCEQ [the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality], whose mission statement is to protect human health and the environment, has greatly failed us.” Serna was previously a TCEQ (more…)

01/25 8:54 am

The Corpus Christi City Council voted Tuesday to implement a backflow prevention program, utilizing lawsuit settlement funds. The city will pay for the program with $1.3 million from a settlement (more…)

01/24 11:05 am

The newly released annual report from the Texas Oil and Gas Association shows the industry paid $24.7 billion in state and local taxes and state royalties. …Read Full Article

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01/24 10:28 am

If you live in Texas now or are looking to buy rural property there in the future, you may need to know about how water rights work in Texas. In this state, the rules governing water rights (more…)

01/24 10:06 am

If you live in Texas now or are looking to buy rural property there in the future, you may need to know about how water rights work in Texas. In this state, the rules governing water rights (more…)

01/23 9:37 pm

The newly released annual report from the Texas Oil and Gas Association shows the industry paid $24.7 billion in state and local taxes and state royalties. …Read Full Article

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01/23 6:55 pm

The Environmental Protection Agency could take potential legal action against the Port of Corpus Christi over its proposed desalination plant. Last week, the EPA issued a decision it said (more…)

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