Plans for Managing the Quality of Rivers, Lakes, and Estuaries
Preserving and Improving Water Quality
An overview of the TCEQ's program to define, measure, and manage the quality of the state's surface waters
Statewide and Regional Plans
Coordinating, documenting, and tracking strategies that protect and restore water quality
Cleanup and prevention of water pollution from urban and other non-agricultural nonpoint sources (stormwater runoff)
A program that assists stakeholders with plans for restoring the quality of impaired streams, lakes, and bays.
Planning documents designed to provide long-range planning and technical data for water quality management activities required under the Texas Water Code and the federal Clean Water Act.
TCEQ’s management and technical procedures to control, manage, and abate water pollution in Texas.
Advises the TCEQ on options for revising the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards (30 TAC Chapter 307) and the Procedures to Implement the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards, RG-94.
- Advisory Work Group for the Assessment Guidance
Advises the TCEQ on revisions to the Guidance for Assessing and Reporting Surface Water Quality in Texas.
How people can be involved in developing TMDLs and their implementation plans.
How people are involved in activities of the Clean Rivers Program.
Briefly describes the program's Stakeholder Workgroup and the TCEQ's partnership with the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board.
Houston Environmental Laboratory
Sixteen TCEQ regional field offices and EPA Region VI submit samples to the TCEQs Houston Laboratory for analysis. The lab:
- Analyzes samples of water, wastewater, soils, sediments, and sludge.
- Develops analytical procedures and supports special investigations, projects, and monitoring activities through cooperative agreements with other agencies.