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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
10/22/14

Effective Date
11/13/14

2013-042-101-AI SB 1756: Expedited Permitting Program
The rulemaking would implement Senate Bill (SB) 1756 from the 83rd Legislature, 2013, Regular Session, relating to providing TCEQ with the authority to develop a process to expedite an application. The proposed rulemaking would provide facility owners and operators with a consistent and streamlined method for requesting expedited processing of an air quality permit application, registration, or federal operating permit.

Executive Summary

Ch. 101

Approval Date
10/22/14

Effective Date
11/13/14

2013-054-293-OW HB 738, HB 1050, HB 1461, HB 2704, and SB 902: Utilities and Districts
This rulemaking implements HB 738, HB 1050, HB 1461, HB 2704, and SB 902 from the 83rd Regular Session, 2013, by amending 30 TAC Chapters 290, 291 and 293.

Executive Summary

Ch. 290

Ch. 291

Ch. 293

Approval Date
09/10/14

Effective Date
10/02/14

2013-022-115-AI Stage I Testing Requirements Rule Revision
The revision would revise Chapter 115, Subchapter A and Subchapter C, Division 2 to specify Stage I testing requirements at gasoline dispensing facilities located in the 16 counties that will be affected by the Stage II rule revision.

Executive Summary

Ch. 115

Approval Date
09/10/14

Effective Date
10/02/14

2014-002-114-AI Low RVP Gasoline Program Rule Revision
The revisions to the Regional Low RVP Gasoline Program would remove obsolete requirements that provide no benefit to the state and are no longer necessary for the implementation and enforcement of the primary gasoline volatility control requirements of the rules. It will also provide consistency between the Chapter 114 requirements and the El Paso Low RVP Gasoline requirements in Chapter 115.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
09/10/14

Effective Date
10/02/14

2014-010-312-OW Amendments to Chapter 312: Sludge Use, Disposal, and Transportation
The rulemaking would add additional odor control provisions for land application of Class A biosolids.

Executive Summary

Ch. 312