Houston-Galveston Area PCBs and Dioxins Stakeholder Group
High-volume water samplers
for the dioxin project
The Houston Ship Channel TMDL Stakeholder Group advises the TCEQ’s TMDL Program on its projects to reduce dioxin and PCB concentrations in the Houston Ship Channel and the Galveston Bay System. The group has balanced representation from government, permitted facilities, agriculture, business, environmental, and community interests in the Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay watersheds.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council is leading this group.
Meeting documents are available on the H-GAC project website .
|Latrice Babin||Harris County Pollution Control|
|Nikki Harrison Caffey||Harris County Pct. 2|
|Jay Stokes||City of Deer Park|
|Daya Dayananda||City of Pasadena|
|Winston Denton||Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.|
|Robby Byers||Coastal Conservation Assoc. of Texas|
|George Guillen||University of Houston–Clear Lake|
|Nicole Hausler||Port of Houston|
|Guy Jackson||Coastal Oyster Lease Holders|
|Ed Matuszak||La Porte citizen|
|Carolyn Murphy||U.S. Army Corps of Engineers|
|Gordon Pederson||Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Auth.|
|David Ramsden||Harris County Citizen|
|Gerardo Ruiz||City of Baytown|
|Brent Dyer||Shell Chemical|
|Bob Stokes||Galveston Bay Foundation|
|Lial Tischler||E. Harris Co. Manufacturers’ Association|
|John Westendorf||Occidental Chemical Corp.|
|Kirk Wiles||Texas Department of State Health Services|
For More Information
Please e-mail email@example.com and reference the Houston Ship Channel Dioxin project in the subject line. Or call Jim Neece at 512-239-1524.