Stakeholder Group: The Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Eight-Hour Ozone State Implementation Plan
The HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP Stakeholder Group is an open-participation group that will meet periodically to discuss issues related to the HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP revision.
Many of the files linked from this page are in Portable Document Format (PDF).
- About the HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP Stakeholder Group
- Schedule of Future Meetings
- Minutes and Agendas of Prior Meetings (including members in attendance)
- Contact Information
The HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP Stakeholder Group is open to the public; therefore, anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings. The group will meet periodically to discuss the development of the HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP revision and to hear the public’s ideas on potential control strategies for the area.
- There are no meetings scheduled at this time. Announcements and agendas for future meetings will be posted here.
November 3, 2008
March 25 and 26, 2008
- Draft Potential Stationary Source Control Strategy Planning Initial Concept List
- Draft Potential Mobile Source Control Strategy Planning Initial Concept List
- Informal Stakeholder Comments
- 8-Hour Ozone SIP Coalition
- Association of Electric Companies of Texas, Inc. (AECT)
- Greg Broyles
- Coalition of Manufacturers for Air Quality (COMAQ)
- Environmental Defense Fund, Galveston Houston Association for Smog Prevention, and Industry Professionals for Clean Air
- Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services (HCPHES)
- Sierra Club, Houston Regional Group
- Texas Chemical Council (TCC)
- Texas Oil & Gas Association (TxOGA)
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP Stakeholder Group is open to public participation. A list of participants will be maintained and updated periodically.
Houston-Galveston-Brazoria: Contacts, Related Links