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Hurricane Response

Information you might need if you are affected by a tropical storm or hurricane.

Governor Greg Abbott issued a declaration of disaster enabling a state response to Hurricane Harvey. See www.gov.texas.gov for the latest information Exit the TCEQ

Hurricane symbol TCEQ Executive Director’s Regulatory Guidance on activities related to disaster response Adobe Acrobat PDF Document.

Hurricane symbol Governor's Response to Request for Suspension of TCEQ Rules Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Hurricane symbol Suspension of TCEQ Rules (8/28/17) Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Hurricane symbol Download this Flyer: TCEQ Resources for Texas Residents in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey (9/6/17) Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Hurricane icon Disaster Relief Funding

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Current Conditions

See NOTE above on file updates.

These data reflect the most recent reports received by the TCEQ.

Summary of Affected Areas:

Air Quality

Toxicological Evaluations of Air Sample Results

Drinking Water:

Wastewater

Superfund

TCEQ Evaluations of Third-Party Data

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Fuel Waivers

See NOTE above on file updates.

Red-Dye Diesel Waiver for 110 Counties: (8/31/17)

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Waste Management Guidance:

See NOTE above on file updates.

Carcasses

Underground Storage Tank Guidance

Drinking Water Guidance:

General Public

Public Water Systems

Water Haulers

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Wastewater Treatment Plant Guidance:

After Hurricane Harvey, this information will help you manage conditions at your wastewater treatment plant.

Air Quality and Permitting Guidance:

If your facility has a permit to protect air quality, read the following information after a hurricane or other disaster. The guidance will help operators and owners prevent or minimize any increased risk to human health and safety.

EPA No Action Assurance Letters - September 1-15-2017:

EPA No Action Assurance Letters - Extending through September 22, 2017:

EPA No Action Assurance Letters - Extending through September 29, 2017:

Additional Guidance:

Occupational Licensing

The TCEQ may offer some latitude on occupational license extension requests for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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