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Louisiana’s coastal bayous and bays are vital to more than just its ecological health, providing the recreational, industrial and cultural basis for Louisiana’s economy. Louisiana is blessed with an abundance of surface water, so much so that the use of that surface water, for industrial, municipal and petrochemical pursuits has not reached the point where aquatic ecosystems have suffered.

But with increases in population and the petrochemical industry, saltwater intrusion, climate change...

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The TCEQ Commissioners recently announced revisions to the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards (30 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 307). The changes were proposed by TCEQ in August 2017 and underwent a public comment period before being adopted on Feb. 7.

The commission adopted changes to the following criteria:

  • Additions and revisions to statewide toxic criteria for the protection of aquatic life and human health
  • Numerous
  • ...

Read More - TCEQ Adopts Revisions to the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards

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The TCEQ Commissioners recently announced revisions to the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards (30 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 307). The changes were proposed by TCEQ in August 2017 and underwent a public comment period before being adopted on Feb. 7.

The commission adopted changes to the following criteria:

  • Additions and revisions to statewide toxic criteria for the protection of aquatic life and human health
  • Numerous
  • ...

Read More - TCEQ Adopts Revisions to the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards

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TagsTCEQ, surface water, Water,