Sign Up For Alerts

The first step to reporting polluters is to know when and where unauthorized levels of emissions are occurring. Sign up to receive pollution alerts from your county. We’ll let you know which plant(s) are exceeding authorized levels, and by how much.

TCEQ is required to investigate every complaint.

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REPORT A POLLUTER

1. RECEIVE POLLUTION ALERTS

You can become a Neighborhood Witness by learning about violations in your area. To receive pollution alerts for your neighborhood, straight to your inbox.

Explore the unauthorized pollution and emissions database. Is there a plant in your county exceeding authorized levels of pollution?

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2. REPORT A POLLUTER

You can file an official complaint with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the authority responsible for holding companies responsible for keeping your air clean and safe, directly from the pollution alert email. You can view a sample letter here.

The TCEQ is required to investigate every complaint.

3. BECOME A MEMBER

Get involved with our efforts and consider making a contribution today.

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4. SPREAD THE WORD

You don’t have to be directly affected by dangerous emissions to care about what’s happening. If you don’t live near a polluting plant, there are other ways to get involved. That includes helping us grow the number of Neighborhood Witnesses who may live in an area where polluters are doing the most harm.

· Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
· Follow our news feed.
· Ask your friends to join us in our fight to keep air quality in Texas healthy for all. 

Sign Up For Alerts

The first step to reporting polluters is to know when and where unauthorized levels of emissions are occurring. Sign up to receive pollution alerts from your county. We’ll let you know which plant(s) are exceeding authorized levels, and by how much.

TCEQ is required to investigate every complaint.

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