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Voluntary Cleaup Program

February 2022 Newsletter – Voluntary Cleanup Program

 Voluntary Cleanup Program The main area of focus today will be on the Voluntary Cleanup Program. The VCP addresses sites Read More »

Boost Your Land Value for the Future

Whether you are the seller or buyer in a property transaction, it is important to secure the future value of Read More »

TCEQ’s New Rules

August 26, 2020 –  HB 3552: Notice Requirements Regarding Termination of Fluoridation at Public Water Systems – This rulemaking will Read More »

Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian was a long-lived, extremely powerful and destructive Category 5 hurricane that devastated the northwestern Bahamas and caused significant Read More »

ExxonMobil sued by Harris County for violating Texas Clean Air Act during Baytown fire

BAYTOWN, Texas (KTRK) — Harris County is suing ExxonMobil over the explosion and fire at the company’s Olefins Plant in Read More »

CRG Texas had a fun and educational day out in the field with Texas State Technical College students!

CRG Texas ESI, in concert with Envirotech Drilling, Xenco Laboratories, and Ajax Environmental & Safety Supply are working with Yvette Read More »

Stanford Develops an Experimental Process to Rinse Heavy Metals from Toxic Soils

When poisonous heavy metals like lead and cadmium escape from factories or mines, they can pollute the nearby soil. With Read More »

Surface Water Quality

Surface water serves many purposes. The leading utilization of surface water include drinking-water and other public uses, irrigation uses, and for use Read More »

Lake Dunlap Dam Break Sends Ripples Of Worry Throughout Region

By STEVE SHORT, NORMA MARTINEZ & BRIAN KIRKPATRICK • MAY 16, 2019 Officials have no answers for what caused a Read More »

Second Houston Chemical Plant Fire Spews Thousands of Pounds of Toxic Pollutants Into the Air

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 Another day, another chemical plant fire. That’s the depressing reality in the Houston area. Barely two Read More »