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TCEQ’s biennial report delivered to state Capitol

Before every regular legislative session, the TCEQ produces a biennial report, as required by statute, to the state’s lawmakers with details about the agency.

Mary Smith named new general counsel

Experienced attorney to advise commissioners in the new year

Small steps in lawn irrigation systems can prevent big problems

Protect the water supply and save money by preventing backflow.

Austin Boil Water Notice Update

On Tuesday, Oct. 23, Austin Water reported an increase in turbidity levels which triggered an official mandatory boil water notice

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Among the many tools at his disposal, Weslee Copeland, the lead meteorologist for the TCEQ’s Monitoring Division, explains the modeling software he uses. The program, which he helped to develop, collects and analyzes atmospheric data to create a baseline air quality forecast.

Modeled for success: TCEQ meteorologists constantly seek to improve

Air quality forecasts critical for both public, agency missions

Using state-of-the-art technology and modeling software developed in-house, the TCEQ’s meteorologists provide highly accurate air-quality forecasts for both the public at large and to support the missions of the agency’s environmental workers.