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3 Simple Steps for Submitting Your Public Comment to TCEQ

Hey there, friends and neighbors of Rendon, Texas! Our community is facing a major threat, and it's time to come together and take action. A concrete batch plant is being proposed in our area, and if we want to stop it, we need YOUR help!


Here's how you can make a difference:

  1. Enter Permit Number: 172856 then click Next

  2. Enter your contact information and Comments then click Submit.

Some Tips on Adding Comments

  • Focus on Air Quality: Tailor your comments to address the primary concern- hazardous air pollution emitted by the plant. TCEQ prioritizes matters related to air quality over other issues.

  • Stay on Topic: While your concerns are valid, keep in mind that TCEQ's focus is not on peripheral matters such as traffic, road conditions, noise pollution, light pollution, or water pressure issues. Stick to the central issue of air quality.

  • Highlight Health Impacts: Emphasize the potential health problems that may arise due to the plant's emissions. Directly connect your comments to the impact on neighbors and loved ones, making the health aspect a focal point.

  • Be Specific: Provide specific details about the hazardous air pollutants you are concerned about. The more precise and detailed your comments, the better they can be understood and addressed by TCEQ.

  • Use Clear Language: Write your comments in clear and concise language. Avoid jargon or overly technical terms that may be difficult for a broader audience, including TCEQ, to comprehend.

  • Reference Scientific Evidence: If applicable, support your comments with relevant scientific evidence or studies that reinforce the health risks associated with the pollutants emitted by the plant.

  • Offer Solutions: While expressing concerns, suggest possible solutions or alternatives that could mitigate the impact of hazardous air pollution. Constructive input can be more influential in the decision-making process.

  • Provide Supporting Data: If you have access to data or statistics related to air quality issues in the area, include them in your comments. Data-driven arguments can add weight to your concerns.

  • Include Personal Experiences: Share personal stories or experiences that illustrate the potential harm posed by the plant's emissions. Personal narratives can humanize the issue and make a stronger impact.

  • Respectful Tone: Maintain a respectful and professional tone throughout your comments. TCEQ is more likely to consider well-articulated, respectful comments in their decision-making process.

  • Submit Early: Aim to submit your comments well before the deadline to ensure they are reviewed thoroughly. Early submissions allow for better consideration and may increase the overall impact of your input.





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