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Andrea Gustavson, TCEQ team lead, and National Guardsman Jorje Hernandez enter information about a simulated hazmat container into the Response Manager database as part of the hurricane response exercise organized by the Natural Disaster Operational Workgroup.

Training and Cooperation Key to Successful Hurricane Response

Natural Disaster Operational Workgroup conducts exercise

TCEQ personnel gain valuable experience and training alongside people from other agencies on an annual hurricane response exercise. The agencies comprise the Natural Disaster Operational Workgroup, which is dedicated to improving coordination among federal and state agencies who respond to natural and man-made disasters.

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TCEQ incentive grants improve air quality

Upgrading or replacing high emitting vehicles and equipment

Reducing the threat of catastrophic wildfires

Amendments and new rules enhance safety,

TCEQ offers new water reuse guide for homeowners

Keep your lawn and garden lush without wasting resources

TCEQ offers webinar to assist applicants in grant process

Register for webinar to learn more.

TCEQ releases names of 2018 TEEA winners

Nine winners have been chosen to receive the coveted Texas Environmental Excellence Award and will be recognized at the TEEA banquet on May 16.

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