Total Maximum Daily Load Program: Improving Water Quality
in the Brazos River Basin
The TMDL Program works to reduce pollution in impaired or threatened water bodies in Texas. A TMDL is like a budget—determining how much of a particular pollutant a water body can assimilate without becoming polluted.
After a TMDL is completed, state agencies and other stakeholders develop an implementation plan with the steps necessary to improve water quality.
- Projects of the TMDL Program
- News: What's happening with projects and training to keep our waterways clean
- Calendar of TMDL Stakeholder Meetings
- TMDLs and How They Are Implemented
What TMDLs are and how TCEQ and stakeholders make a difference in the quality of our waterways
- Participating in TMDL Projects
How to get involved in your watershed
- Developing TMDL Projects
Guidelines for organizations that develop or implement TMDLs for Texas waterways
- Preserving and Improving Water Quality
An overview of how the TCEQ defines, measures, evaluates, and manages the quality of surface waters in Texas
- Hydrography Maps and Data
The Atlas of Texas Surface Waters and GIS data for classified segments and other hydrology layers
- Join the TMDL News e-mail list
Receive notices about TMDLs and I-Plans being developed, training, grant opportunities, and requests for proposals
- For More Information
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