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Air Quality Standard Permit for Thermoset Resin Stakeholder Group

Meeting schedule, agendas, and minutes of past meetings for this open-participation group to discuss the proposed new Standard Permit for Thermoset Resin facilities which will replace the current Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 106.392.

The Standard Permit for Thermoset Resin Stakeholder Group was formed for the purpose of receiving comments and suggestions on a new proposed standard permit replacing the existing Title 30 TAC Section 106.392, Thermoset Resin Facilities.

About This Advisory Group

The Air Permits Division is developing a standard permit for thermoset resin facilities. The thermoset resin standard permit will include specifications and limitations for typical equipment types for the most common thermoset resin facilities throughout Texas. For further information, contact Ms. Southard at 512-239-1638.

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Participating in This Stakeholder Group

The Standard Permit for Thermoset Resin Stakeholder Group is open to the public; anyone who wishes to join may attend the meetings. We anticipate that the group will include representation from the thermoset resin industry, consultants associated with the thermoset resin industry, environmental groups, public interest groups, and individual citizens.

Agendas and Minutes

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

Date Agenda Minutes
Nov. 9, 2006 Agenda Minutes
Nov. 13, 2006 Agenda Minutes
Nov. 28, 2006 Agenda Minutes
Nov. 30, 2006 Agenda Cancelled
Dec. 7, 2009 Agenda Minutes

Staff Contact

For more information or to suggest topics for meetings, call Becky Southard at 512-239-1638 or through our main Air Permits Division line, 512-239-1250. You may also submit your question or comment using other contact methods. Be sure to include “Proposed Standard Permit for Thermoset Resin Stakeholder Group” in the subject line of your inquiry.