The TCEQ has Resources for Hurricane Harvey Recovery

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Hurricane Harvey Resources

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey was a devastating disaster, severely affecting many Texans. The TCEQ is working to help communities assess damage, manage debris, and bring critical services back online, including water and wastewater. If you or someone you know has been affected by the storm, resources from the TCEQ can help, including information about drinking water and cleaning up debris.

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New Publication Now Available

Driving Tips Publication

Check out the newest Take Care of Texas publicationSix Driving Tips to Save You Money and Keep the Air Clean. This handy infographic provides six simple ideas for maximizing gas mileage. This is useful information to share in your office or at your next outreach event. Download or order free copies of this publication. 

Maximize Your Gas Mileage

Apply for an Environmental Award

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Your organization has identified itself as a good steward of the Texas environment. Now it is time to be honored for your efforts! Each year, the Texas Environmental Excellence Awards honor achievements in environmental preservation and protection. Examples of projects could include an environmental education program, an innovative way to reduce pollution, or an environmental program that helps conserve energy or water. Learn how you or your organization can apply for this prestigious environmental honor. 

Encourage Employees to Save Energy

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More than 50 percent of the energy that an office building uses can be attributed to lighting, plug loads, and the heating and cooling system. Employees working in the building have a direct impact on each of these areas. Find out how you can educate and engage coworkers, employees, and building occupants to help your business save money and improve energy efficiency. 

Improve Energy Efficiency

Video Contest Underway

Take Care of Texas Video Contest

The Take Care of Texas Video Contest is underway! This is a great opportunity for 6th-12th grade students in Texas to show off their knowledge of the environment. 9th-12th graders can win a $2,500 scholarship and 6th-8th graders can win GoPro packages. 

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