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Rule Adoptions

Adoptions are rules that have been adopted by the commissioners and republished as final in the Texas Register.

 

ADOPTIONS are rules that have been adopted by the commissioners and republished as final in the Texas Register. They usually become effective 20 days after the TCEQ files them with the Texas Register for publication.

Adoptions will remain on this page for 30 days after the effective date.

Adoption Dates Rule Project Number Short Title/Description Adoption
(PDF)

Approval Date
04/09/14

Effective Date
05/01/14

2013-036-114-AI SB 1727: Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants Program
The cost-effectiveness limits are being removed and Wise County is being added to the list of counties applicable to the TERP incentive program. Also, the expiration date of the rules for the Texas Clean School Bus Program is being removed.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
04/09/14

Effective Date
05/01/14

2013-037-114-AI SB 1727: Drayage Truck Incentive Program
The proposed rule package will establish the criteria for the models of drayage trucks that are eligible for funding under a new Drayage Truck Incentive Program established in Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 386, Subchapter D-1.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
04/09/14

Effective Date
05/01/14

2013-038-114-AI SB 1727: Texas Clean Fleet Program
The proposed rule package changes the provisions on the percentage of costs that may be covered by a grant under the Texas Clean Fleet Program and adds new criteria pertaining to vehicles used to transport raw agricultural products.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
03/26/14

Effective Date
04/17/14

2013-040-116-AI House Bill 788 – Greenhouse Gas Permitting
The adopted rules implement House Bill 788, 83rd Legislature, 2013, Regular Session, which requires that the commission adopt rules for the authorization of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) to the extent required under federal law. The adopted rules establish GHGs thresholds for Title V and Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permits, clarify how emissions of GHGs are addressed in the emissions inventory and emissions fee rules, specify that GHG PSD permit applications are not subject to requirements regarding a contested case hearing, and specify that GHGs do not have a reportable quantity (RQ) for emissions event reporting purposes. The adopted rules also address a rulemaking petition from 3M Company to establish an RQ of 5,000 pounds for C6 Fluoroketone, a fire protection fluid.

Executive Summary

Ch. 39

Ch. 55

Ch. 101

Ch. 106

Ch. 116

Ch. 122

Approval Date
03/26/14

Effective Date
04/17/14

2014-008-114-AD HB 1796: Texas Clean School Bus
The adopted rules would repeal and re-adopt Chapter 114, Subchapter K, Division 4, to extend the expiration date to August 31, 2019 or later if the program is extended or reauthorized by the Texas Legislature, for the TCSB Program rules to be consistent with statutory changes by HB 1796.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114