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Permits by Rule (PBR) Study Stakeholders Advisory Group

Meeting schedule, agendas, and minutes of past meetings for this open-participation group that discusses issues related to proposed changes to Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 106 (30 TAC Chapter 106).

The Permits by Rule (PBR) Study Stakeholders Advisory Group was established in June 2003 by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Air Permits Division (APD).

About This Advisory Group

The PBR Study Stakeholders Advisory Group will discuss issues related to proposed changes to Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 106 (30 TAC Chapter 106). The group will provide the APD with expanded knowledge and resources to help with the development of amendments to the general requirements of 30 TAC Chapter 106 and to specific PBRs.

Participating in This Advisory Group

This group is open to the public, therefore anyone who wishes to join may attend the meetings. The group will have representation from recent PBR applicants, industry association representatives, consultants, environmental and citizen action groups, and law enforcement officials.

Upcoming Meetings

The next meeting of the PBR Study Stakeholders Advisory Group has not yet been scheduled. The time, place, and agenda will be posted here when available.

Agendas and Minutes from Past Meetings

The files linked below are in portable document format (PDF) (Help with PDF Files.):

Date Agenda Minutes
Jul. 10, 2003 Agenda Minutes
Aug. 7, 2003 Agenda Minutes

Staff Contact

For more information or to suggest topics for meetings, call Blake Stewart at 512/239-6931 or through our main Air Permits Division line, 512/239-1250. You may also e-mail your question or comment to airperm@tceq.texas.gov. Be sure to put “PBR Study Stakeholders Advisory Group” in the subject line of your e-mail.