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Republican State Rep. Todd Hunter plans to introduce a nurdle bill during the upcoming legislative session that would enhance regulation of plastic pellets and enforcement in an effort to prevent microplastics from polluting Texas waters.

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Formosa Plastics is suing ACE American Insurance for its refusal to cover the petrochemical manufacturer’s historic $50-million settlement with the San Antonio Bay Waterkeeper and environmental activist Diane Wilson.

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Hurricane Delta made landfall along the Louisiana coast at about 6 p.m. Friday, impacting coastal waters along the Crossroads coast.

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The National Weather Service issued coastal flood watches and warnings for the Middle Texas Coast on Wednesday, ahead of Hurricane Delta’s arrival on the Gulf Coast.

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The city of Port Lavaca issued a boil water notice after a water line broke on Monday evening, causing water pressure in distribution lines to drop.

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The city of Port Lavaca is asking residents to continue to boil water. A notice was issued to boil water after a water line broke Monday evening, causing water pressure in distribution lines to drop.

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Hundreds of volunteers take to the beaches every year for the Texas General Land Office’s statewide Adopt-A-Beach cleanup, but no such initiative exists for remote bay shorelines and beaches – where trash can pose threats to wildlife and clutters pristine environments.

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The City of Victoria Environmental Services soon will launch a campaign educating residents that starting Sept. 1, anyone transporting garbage in a truck or trailer must secure their trash using a tarp, or they could face fines or citations.

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Union Carbide Corp. was hit with a $600,000 penalty for failure to prevent unauthorized, excessive emissions at its Seadrift facility, according to a settlement approved at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s last commissioners meeting.

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The fast approaching Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be busier than usual, according to an outlook released Thursday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center.

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