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Aviall notified the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission of the contamination.
Requesting that the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission spend environmental penalty funds to pay for fuel cell demonstration projects.
In July 1999 the clean-up of a majority of the project was completed and Hillwood received certificates from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission signifying that the company met the conditions of the state's Voluntary Cleanup Program, which allows property owners to remove contaminated soil under state supervision.
In August 1997, the company paid a fine of $136,450 for emissions violations following a suit by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.
The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), in a unanimous ruling, said the proposed storage site was too close to a geologic fault, putting area residents at risk in the event of an earthquake.
Because of the move, the firm lost its Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TRNCC) environmental waivers (grand-lathering clauses) and had to meet the latest standards.
It gives the public, the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission and our industry colleagues a clear idea of how we plan to reach the aggressive emission targets set for industrial facilities in our area.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas Governor Rick Perry and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) today announced the winners of the 10th annual Texas Environmental Excellence Awards (TEEA), recognizing individuals, organizations, schools and businesses that have created successful programs to preserve and protect the Texas environment.