Beaumont-Port Arthur: Contacts and SIP-Related Links
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Designated Air Quality Planning Groups
South East Texas Regional Planning Commission
Air Quality Advisory Committee
Phone: 409-899-8444, ext. 7520
The Air Quality Advisory Committee of the South East Texas Regional Planning Commission represents the general public, large industrial sources of emissions, small regulated businesses, environmental interests, and economic development interests. An elected official from each nonattainment county serves on the board. TCEQ staff is involved as ex officio members, whose main roles are disseminating information and technical assistance. The aim of this committee is to inform citizens about the immediate and long-range air quality concerns that face Southeast Texas, advise elected public officials and citizens about federal clean air legislation, help identify air quality problems that affect economic growth and develop solutions, recommend public programs regarding existing and proposed federal clean air legislation, and work with the TCEQ to develop air quality plans for Southeast Texas.
Southeast Texas Photochemical Modeling Technical Committee
The Southeast Texas Photochemical Modeling Technical Committee (SETPMTC) is a TCEQ advisory group that assists the agency in addressing technical air quality issues in the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria (HGB) and Beaumont-Port Arthur (BPA) areas. The SETPMTC includes representatives from industry, county and city government, and various environmental groups. The SETPMTC holds bimonthly meetings to share and discuss technical issues related to the photochemical modeling of air quality. Anyone interested in these topics may attend this advisory group’s meetings and participate in the discussion.