|Committee:||House Environmental Affairs|
|Library Catalog Title:||Report of the Committee on Environmental Affairs, Texas House of Representatives, 64th Legislature, to the speaker and members of the Texas House of Representatives, 65th Legislature|
|Subjects:||Air pollution control technology | Battleship Texas | Coal mining | Environmental protection | Industrial air pollution | Mining | Outdoor recreation | Parks | Recycling | Shrimping industry | Solid waste disposal | Uranium mines ||
|Library Call Number:||L1836.64 en89|
|Session:||64th R.S. (1975)|
|Online version:||View report [132 pages File size: 3,791 kb]|
|Charges:||This report should address the charges below.|
|1.||Investigate the cost of maintaining the Battleship Texas. Consider proposals to increase the money available for the Battleship Texas Commission by eliminating the net revenue ceiling or increasing the allowable bond interest rate. *|
|2.||Study the need for parks and recreation facilities in urban areas. Consider possible cooperative arrangements between the federal government, the state, and local governments. *|
|3.||Review the effects of the Texas Shrimp Conservation Act. *|
|4.||Study the possible consolidation of the State's environmental agencies. *|
|5.||Study the potential of recycling as a method to dispose of municipal and industrial solid waste. Evaluate the economic feasibility of resource recovery programs. Consider the development of a waste exchange system to facilitate the re-use of industrial wastes. *|
|6.||Study the impact of the Texas Surface Mining and Reclamation Act. *|
|7.||Study energy consumption requirements and air pollution control tradeoffs for a cast iron soil pipe foundry. *|
* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.
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