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TCEQ seeks municipal waste advisory council members

Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Source: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is accepting applications for new and vacant positions on the Municipal Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Advisory Council, which addresses issues related to the management and recovery of resources from municipal solid waste programs.

Those who wish to submit applications to serve on the council must do so before July 31, 2017. Advisory council members are appointed to six-year staggering terms and meet about four times a year. The advisory council is charged with reviewing and evaluating the effect of state policies and programs on municipal solid waste management; making recommendations to the TCEQ Commissioners municipal solid waste management matters; recommending legislation to encourage the efficient management of municipal solid waste; recommending policies for the use, allocation, or distribution of the planning funds; and recommending special studies and projects to further the effectiveness of municipal solid waste management and resource recovery.

Advisory council terms expiring on Aug. 31, 2017 include:

  • Arden Vance Kemler, Denton - Advisory Council President,
    Manager of Solid Waste and Recycling Department, City of Denton
    An official from a city or county solid waste agency
  • Jeffrey Mayfield, P.E., Wylie
    North Texas Municipal Water District, Assistant Deputy Director, Solid Waste
    A representative from a public solid waste district or authority
  • Honorable Maurice Pitts, Jr., Giddings
    Lee County Commissioner of Precinct One
    An elected official from a county with any population size
  • Honorable City Administrator Leo Smith, Bangs
    A representative of the general public
  • Vacant
    An elected official from a municipality with a population fewer than 25,000
  • Vacant
    An elected official from a municipality with a population of 750,000 or more.

> Read more about the advisory council.
> Download the application.
> Learn about the CAPCOG Solid Waste Program.

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