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Bay Repair Kit
(Sarasota Bay Project, 1989)
You can do something significant to improve this corner of the planet. Most pollution to our nearby bays and other waterways comes not from one or two big dirty industries, but from each of us.
Preliminary Data Summary for the Coastal, Onshore and Stripper Subcategories of the Oil Gas Extraction Point Source Category
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1989-09)
This is one of a series of Preliminary Data Summaries prepared by the Office of Water Regulations and Standards of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Summaries contain engineering, economic and environmental ...
Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay: Texas Water Commission and EPA turn their backs.
New information available from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reveals that industries discharge hundreds of millions of pounds of toxic chemicals into the Houston Ship Channel and its feeder streams each year. ...
Containment Assessment of Maintenance Dredged Material from the Houston Ship Channel Galveston Bay, Texas
(United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989-03)
Maintenance dredging of coastal waterways is a continuing process regulated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In Texas the Galveston District is responsible for issuing permits to dredge after they have been reviewed ...
Wetlands and 401 Certification: Opportunities and Guidelines for States and Eligible Indian Tribes
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1989-04)
This document examines the Section 401 State water quality certification process and how it applies to wetlands.
User's Guide for the Comply Code (Revision 2)
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1989-10)
The COMPLY computer program may be used to demonstrate compliance with the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPS) in 40 CFR 61, Subpart I. It has various levels of complexity, the simplest being ...
The Trinity River, Texas: A Case Study of the Limits of Waste-Load Evaluation
(National Symposium on Water Quality, 1989)
The Trinity River flows through the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and the agricultural downstream. The river is dominated by surface run-off. The semiarid North Texas climate changes from seasons of intense convective ...
Preserving Galveston Bay
(U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989)
No abstract available.
FLTG, Incorporated, Crosby, Texas: Natural Resource Mitigation Preliminary Wetlands Site Selection Assessment
(ENSR Consulting and Engineering, 1989)
As part of the French Limited remediation plan, it will be necessary to mitigate impacts that may have occurred to natural resources due to past releases of chemical constituents at the site. Freshwater sloughs which ...
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program EPA/State Management Conference agreement
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1989)
This Five-year Management Conference Agreement sets forth the work to be accomplished during the Management Conference itself (October 1, 1989 - September 30, 1994). The negotiated work activities and timeline presented ...