Air Central Texas (ACT) is an initiative to reduce exposure to air pollution in Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson Counties through voluntary actions to reduce emissions and tools for the public to avoid exposure to high pollution levels when they occur. Participants include local governments, regional and state government agencies, non-profit groups and institutions, and businesses. ACT works to provide the public with information about Central Texas Air Quality, support existing air quality programs, and motivate everyone to make decisions that are Air Aware.
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Gov. Abbott selects TCEQ to distribute $209 million Settlement to fund air emission reduction projects in Texas
Governor Greg Abbott has selected the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to be the lead agency for purposes of Texas’ participation in the Environmental Mitigation Trust.
EPA releases Our Nation's Air Report
The EPA releases its annual report that presents the trends in the nation's air quality and summarizes the detailed information found on EPA's AirTrends website.
Designations for the 2015 Ozone Standards
The EPA issued the first round of designations for the 2015 Ozone standards and all counties in the central Texas region were designated in attainment/unclassifiable of the standard.
TCEQ announces TERP Rebate Grants
The TCEQ’s Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) Program announced its Rebate Grants Program that provides financial incentives to repower or replace older heavy-duty diesel vehicles and select non-road diesel equipment.
The grant program will official open Nov. 30, 2017, and grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications may not be submitted at this time; however, TCEQ made draft documents available for would-be applicants to review.
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Tue Jan 16
TCEQ Announces New Round of Grants for Alternative Fuel and/or Natural Gas Fueling Stations
Mon Jan 22
Webinar: Electric Vehicle Corridor Planning in the Western United States
Save the Date!
Jan 22, 2018 // 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific Standard Time
Who should attend: anyone interested in EV corridor planning
Wed Jan 24
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Fri Feb 02
Members of the Clean Air Coalition Advisory Committee (CACAC), a CAC subcommittee, share data, best practices and other information to help jurisdictions implement the Ozone Advanced Program (OAP) Action Plan, an ongoing regional initiative to reduce ozone pollution.
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