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85th Texas Legislative Highlights

Lawmakers improve environmental programs managed by the TCEQ

Funding and permitting legislation streamline processes and gain efficiencies for environmental regulators in Texas. Here are the high points affecting the TCEQ this session. Read More


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Impacts on water and wastewater in Harvey’s wake

Environmental officials are working with water and wastewater systems to restore service in flood-ravaged areas.

TCEQ and EPA work with local authorities

As part of a Unified Command, the TCEQ and EPA are providing support to Harris County firefighters at a chemical plant in Houston.

TCEQ part of Arkema plant response in Crosby

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is part of a unified command with local, state, and federal partners responding to the situation at the Arkema chemical plant in Crosby. The TCEQ is currently monitoring the fire.

TCEQ’s Hurricane Harvey Response

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is fully committed to responding to Hurricane Harvey and the resulting widespread, unprecedented flooding from the storm.

What's new with RESTORE?

The response for public comment on the implementation plan has been received. Find out the next steps in the process for funding of Gulf restoration projects.

EnviroMentors are volunteer engineers, attorneys, licensed operators, and other professionals that generously share their expertise with customers in most need. EnviroMentors epitomize the highest calling of public service.

Water races over an overtopped dam that has breached.

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