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Tues. Oct. 28

Impacts of Industrial and Port Expansion

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Pasadena Citizens' Advisory Council

Visitors Welcome!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Impacts of Industrial and Port Expansion

Meetings are usually held at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 1068 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, Texas from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Write
info@pasadenacac.org for details or to RSVP.

 

Welcome to Pasadena Citizens’ Advisory Council (PCAC)

Pasadena Citizens’ Advisory Council (PCAC) builds a partnership between industry and community in Pasadena, Texas.  At meetings held 9 times a year, we provide a forum for candid conversation about industry-related issues of community interest or concern.

Open, honest dialogue makes plant members aware of what the community expects of them.  It helps community members understand what plants do and how they work.

The primary issues we address are environment, safety, health, security, emergency response and communications, and hazardous materials transportation.  We also discuss other quality of life issues like the economy and education.

Our community members include individuals who live or work in Pasadena and representatives of organizations and government entities serving the city.  Our 17 Houston Ship Channel plant members include the major industrial facilities in Pasadena.
 

Come to a PCAC Meeting!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Impacts of Industrial and Port Expansion on Community and Environment
 
See “Topics and Meetings” for dates for remainder of year. Meetings are held at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 1062 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, Texas.  Write us at info@pasadenacac.org for details or to RSVP.

 Recent PCAC Topics

2014
Feb. 2014 - Annual Report on Safety of Workers in PCAC Plants.  Summary.
Mar. 2014 - Industry and Pasadena ISD Support of Industrial Workforce Development.  Summary.  Careers in Manufacturing brochure.  Careers in Manufacturing job descriptions.
Apr. 2014 -- Pipelines and Salt Domes.  Summary
May 2014 -- 
Emergency Communications Refresher.  SummarySlides on city and school district emergency communications.  Handout on Pasadena community warning systems. Poster on how to shelter in place. CAER Line facts in EnglishCAER Line facts in Spanish.
August 2014 -- Health Impacts from Environmental Exposure. Summary. Slides on Causes of Mortality in Pasadena vs. Texas as a Whole.  Slides on Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Use of Air Monitoring Date to Help Protect Public Health.


2013

Jan. 2013 - Stormwater Management in Industry and the City of Pasadena. Summary. City slidesIndustry slides.
Feb. 2013 -- Annual Report on Worker Safety in the 17 PCAC Plants.  Summary.
Mar. 2013 -- Hurricane Surge Suppression Efforts. Summary. Slides.
Apr. 2013 -- How PCAC Plants Notify Pasadena of Significant Incidents Using e-Notify. Summary.
May 2013 -- US Coast Guard on Houston Ship Channel Security. 
Summary.
August 2013 -- Panama Canal Expansion. Summary.   Slides.
September 2013 -- "I've Got Something on My Mind" and Program Planning for 2014.  Summary.
October 2013 -- Annual Report on Air Emissions from PCAC Plants.  Summary
December 2013 -- Air Quality Trends and Emerging Issues.  Summary. Slides.

2012

Jan. 2012 – Emerging Water and Wastewater Issues
Feb. 2012 – Annual Worker Safety Report
Mar. 2012 – Plant and Houston Ship Channel Security
Apr. 2012 -- Wastewater Treatment at Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority 
May 2012 -- Houston TranStar transportation & emergency management center. 
Summary. Slides.
Aug. 2012 --
Cyber Security.
Sept. 2012 --
Air Quality Update. Slides. CAER Line Changes.
Oct. 2012 -- Annual Report of Emissions from PCAC Plants.
Summary.
Nov. 2012 -- How Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Uses Plant Emissions Inventories and Air Monitoring Data.  Summary.   

Nov. 2012 -- Leak Detection and Repair Programs to Find and Fix Fugitive Emissions from Valves, Flanges, Etc.
SummarySlides

See “Topics and Meetings” for a list of issues we’ve addressed, with a short summary of the presentation and, when available, the presentation slides.
    

 PCAC Plant of the MonthHouston Products Processing (HPP)

HPP is an independent producer of recycled road construction and capital improvement products including basecourse, cement-stabilized base, embankment and asphalt products.  The company has been in continuous production of recycled materials since 1992, and operates adjacent to the Ellington Airport and in Baytown. HPP is a member of the TCEQ organization Clean Texas and participates in TxDOT's Material Producer List program.  www.hpprecycles.com

 

The PCAC Plant Directory briefly describes all 17 PCAC plants.



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