A federal appeals court scolded the EPA for rejecting a series of pollution control projects in Texas that regulators said failed to satisfy the Clean Air Act.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is investigating whether a Haltom City business’s paint that it is spraying is poisonous after receiving numerous complaints from residents.
The agency’s three commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to appoint Zak Covar executive director.
Federal, state, and local authorities say a Dallas meat-packing company is under criminal investigation for possibly illegally dumping pig blood into a creek that leads to the Trinity River.
The Frisco City Council has joined a group of residents who want a longtime Battery Recycling facility to move out.
Exide Technologies reached an agreement with the TCEQ to reduce lead levels. But the EPA has found that plan to be unacceptable.
Exide Technologies has struck an agreement with the City of Frisco to significantly reduce lead emissions from its battery recycling plant.
The Texas House passed legislation Tuesday that would make it harder for citizens to block permits for industrial plants that emit pollutants.
Two Texas Congressmen say the Environmental Protection Agency is trying to push Texas out of the job of monitoring our air quality.
Twice as much trash is a good thing for Texas. The TCEQ on Thursday announced the state’s recycling and reuse program generated more than 24 million pounds of computer equipment.
The rules, meant to limit toxic chemicals released into the air, will take effect April 1 in the Barnett Shale region of North Texas.
In the decade that Texas’ environmental regulatory agency has received two scathing audits, it has changed its name, increased collection of fines and gone head-to-head with oil giant BP.