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Stakeholder Group: Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds

The HRVOC Stakeholder Group is an open-participation group that meets periodically to discuss issues related to the HRVOC rules in Title 30, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 115 and HRVOC Cap and Trade Program rules in Title 30, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 101.

About the HRVOC Stakeholder Group

The HRVOC Stakeholder Group is open to the public; therefore, anyone who is interested in the HRVOC rules may attend and participate in the meetings.

The goal of the group is to seek stakeholder input on issues related to the HRVOC rules in Title 30, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 115 and the HRVOC Emissions Cap and Trade (HECT) Program rules in Chapter 101.

The group meets periodically to discuss the implementation of the HRVOC rules and to hear the public’s ideas on related rulemaking projects and the development of the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria area state implementation plan.

Schedule of Future Meetings

No meetings are scheduled at this time.

Minutes and Agendas of Past Meetings

May 14, 2010

Topic: HECT Baseline Emissions Certification Form ECT-6H

July 2, 2009

Topic: HECT Program Allowance Reallocation

June 10, 2009

Topic: HECT Program Allowance Reallocation

October 23, 2007

Topic: HRVOC Fugitive Emissions Audit Report Requirements

July 23, 2007

Topic: HECT Program

March 8, 2005

Topic: Overview of HRVOC and HECT Rules

May 3, 2004

Topic: HECT Program

March 19, 2004

Topic: HRVOC Fugitives and Cooling Towers

March 5, 2004

Topic: Site-Wide Cap

February 6, 2004

Topic: Site-Wide Cap

January 9, 2004

Topic: Flares

Members

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

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