The next meeting of the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Workgroup is scheduled for 1:00 PM March 20, 2018, H-GAC Conference Room A. For more information or to be added to the e-mail list, please contact Steven Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Implementation Strategy 1.0: Wastewater Treatment Facilities includes seven implementation activities:
More information about the status of the I-Plan, including a link to the full document, can be found on the BIG page.
Houston-Galveston Area Council
2nd Floor Conference Room A, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
3555 Timmons Lane, Houston, TX 77027
2nd Floor Conference Room A, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The next meeting will be held at H-GAC Conference Room A, 2:00 PM.
H-GAC Room C1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Meeting in Preparation of the 2015 Annual BIG Meeting
Meeting in Preparation of the 2013 Annual BIG Meeting.
This is an excerpt from the I-Plan approved by the BIG on May 22, 2012. It does include subsequent changes.
See pages 29 & 37. Bacteria testing is required for permit application.
See page 2-1 (Worksheet 2.0)
About E.coli Monitoring Requirements in Domestic Wastewater Permits issued under the Texas Pollutants Discharge Elimination System (TPDES). Shows how the TCEQ arrives at the monitoring frequency for bacteria.
A violations are sent straight to enforcement, "B"s must be documented twice before enforcement action is taken, and "C"s may or may not be sent to enforcement after being documented 3 times in a five year period. This document can be revised at any time.
In Domestic Wastewater Permits issued under the Texas Pollutants Discharge Elimination System (TPDES)
Rob Donofrio, Director of Microbiology, NSF International; Trent Martin, Harris County, Watershed Protection Group; Paul Jackson, Program Development Manager, NSF International, March 11, 2009. Almost every stream in Harris County is listed by the EPA as impaired due to high E. coli levels. Data shows that adding up bacteria loads from all the sources of flow into the stream did not come close to approximating the amount of bacteria that we see in the stream.
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