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TCEQ Developing New Temperature Screening Procedures for Wastewater Discharge Permitting

Last Thursday, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) convened a stakeholder meeting to discuss how it plans to ensure compliance with the temperature criteria in the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards through the wastewater discharge permitting process. The updated “implementation procedures” shared by TCEQ at the meeting, when finalized, could result in TCEQ adding permit conditions to existing wastewater discharge permits.

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  • 31
  • July
  • 2017

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Public Comment Opens on WOTUS Rulemaking

On July 27, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Corps of Engineers jointly proposed to rescind the “waters of the United States” definition in the Code of Federal Regulations and to apply the definition in place both before to the 2015 rulemaking adding the definition and after the Sixth Circuit’s late 2015 stay of the rule. This rulemaking is drawing substantial interest because the definition outlines much of these agencies’ jurisdiction. Public comments are due on August 28, 2017.

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  • 03
  • May
  • 2017

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Oklahoma Report Offers Key Insights on Recycling and Re-Use of Produced Water

The cheapest and most common method for disposal of produced water – the salty water that is co-produced with oil and natural gas – is typically by using disposal wells to inject the water into deep non-potable formations. But that may be changing in Oklahoma, where produced water volumes are rising with the development of the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP), and Sooner Trend Anadarko Basin Canadian and Kingfisher Counties (STACK) plays and where seismicity thought to be induced by deep injection well disposal of produced water has caused public officials to search for disposal alternatives. In December 2015, Governor Mary Fallin tasked a working group called the “Water for 2060 Produced Water Working Group” with assessing produced water recycling or re-use as disposal alternatives. The working group’s April 2017 report includes important insights into the future of water recycling and re-use in Oklahoma and perhaps beyond.

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