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Pending Rule Adoptions

Pending Adoptions are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners.

PENDING ADOPTIONS are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners. At a future date, the commissioners will discuss and either vote to adopt, continue the adoption to a future date, remand the adoption back to staff for revisions, or withdraw the rule package as proposed. If approved, the adoption will be filed with the Texas Register and moved to Adoptions. These drafts are courtesy copies and are subject to change. This site will be updated only if the agency makes substantive changes before the agenda date.

 

Pending Adoption Dates Rule Project Number Pending Short Title/Description Pending Adoption
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Approval Date
10/19/16

2015-029-295-OW HB 2031 and HB 4097: Marine Seawater Desalination
This rulemaking will create a new permitting process related to marine seawater desalination and update the agency's rules to include references to new Texas Water Code, Chapter 18, created to address marine seawater desalination projects.

Executive Summary

Ch. 39

Ch. 295

Ch. 297

Ch. 318

Approval Date
10/19/16

2016-020-007-OW MOU Between the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board and TCEQ
This MOU rulemaking is a coordination between TCEQ and TSSWCB that adopts by reference updates and procedures for coordinating the jurisdictional authority, program responsibilities, procedural mechanisms for point and nonpoint source pollution programs, and to incorporate applicable conditions of the Letter of Agreement into the MOU.

Executive Summary

Ch. 7