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Stakeholder Group: Control Techniques Guidelines

The Control Techniques Guidelines Stakeholder Group discusses issues related to the United States Environmental Protection Agency's CTG recommendations for controlling emissions in the state's nonattainment areas.

 

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About the CTG Stakeholder Group

The CTG Stakeholder Group is an open-participation group; anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings. The group will meet periodically to discuss issues related to the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s CTG recommendations for controlling emissions in the state’s nonattainment areas. Potential topics of discussion at these stakeholder meetings include the technological and economic feasibility of the CTG recommendations, stakeholder input on implementation issues, and stakeholder suggested alternatives to the emission controls recommended in the CTG documents.

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Schedule of Future Meetings

There are no meetings scheduled at this time.

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Minutes and Agendas of Past Meetings

December 1, 2010

December 9, 2008

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Members

The CTG Stakeholder Group is an open participation group; therefore, anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings. The list of CTG Stakeholder Group members will be updated periodically.

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Links to CTG Documents

CTG Documents Recently Under Consideration

Additional CTG Documents

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Contact Information

  • For more information, or to suggest topics for future meetings, please contact Shelley Naik of the Air Quality Planning Section at (512) 239-1536 or send an e-mail to siprules@tceq.texas.gov with "CTG Stakeholder Group" in the subject line.
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