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Controlling VOC Emissions from Transport Vessels

Rules in Title 30, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 115 for controlling emissions of volatile organic compounds from leaking transport vessels. These rules are part of the State Implementation Plan strategy to meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone.

Areas Affected

  • Anderson County
  • Angelina County
  • Aransas County
  • Atascosa County
  • Austin County
  • Bee County
  • Bell County
  • Bosque County
  • Bowie County
  • Brazos County
  • Burleson County
  • Calhoun County
  • Camp County
  • Cass County
  • Cherokee County
  • Colorado County
  • Cooke County
  • Coryell County
  • De Witt County
  • Delta County
  • Falls County
  • Fannin County
  • Fayette County
  • Franklin County
  • Freestone County
  • Goliad County
  • Gonzales County
  • Grayson County
  • Grimes County
  • Henderson County
  • Hill County
  • Hood County
  • Hopkins County
  • Houston County
  • Hunt County
  • Jackson County
  • Jasper County
  • Karnes County
  • Lamar County
  • Lavaca County
  • Lee County
  • Leon County
  • Limestone County
  • Live Oak County
  • Madison County
  • Marion County
  • Matagorda County
  • McLennan County
  • Milam County
  • Morris County
  • Nacogdoches County
  • Navarro County
  • Newton County
  • Panola County
  • Polk County
  • Rains County
  • Red River County
  • Refugio County
  • Robertson County
  • Sabine County
  • San Augustine County
  • San Jacinto County
  • Shelby County
  • Somervell County
  • Titus County
  • Trinity County
  • Tyler County
  • Van Zandt County
  • Walker County
  • Washington County
  • Wharton County
  • Wise County
  • Wood County

Rule Citation

30 TAC Chapter 115, Subchapter C, Division 3 Exit the TCEQ

Rule Description

  • Applies to tank-trucks that are filled with gasoline or non-gasoline VOCs with a true vapor pressure ≥ 0.5 pounds per square inch absolute.
  • Includes inspection, testing, and record-keeping requirements.

Rule History

The Chapter 115 rule history for transport vessels gives information on revisions to the rules, including the rule proposal and adoption, the associated State Implementation Plan revision, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approval.

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