TCEQ gets pwned in this letter.
In all fairness, I think the people who work for TCEQ are trying very hard right now. They were in Wise County yesterday and we heard excellent reports about the inspector conducting the testing. Very thorough and attentive described the inspectors performance. Maybe TCEQ should promote him.
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Jovan Gonzales says
You just made my day so much better. I laughed so hard for about 10 minutes at the fact that you used the word "pwned!" Oh man. That just put me in the mood. Then I read the letter. I do think that your word choice was accurate. So, two funnies in one day. Thank you.
I wish the EPA would have said, "You suck, we're suing all of you and doing this the right way now." Too bad.
If you want low numbers for contaminants, have the WCEQ make the measurements. It'll always be low numbers.
Ward in the Woods says
TCEQ somebodys' watching you.
May be watching–but nothing is happening! Still waiting.
So are the congressman/ other news media/freakin' Sierra Club going to check into this crap:
It took a big pair for this investigator to step up (he's smart to lawyer up) and validate what others already know. It takes a bigger pair for legislatures to fix it.
Lol. But, I'm sure TCEQ will be conducting an "internal investigation". *wink, wink*