Texas Register, Volume 1, Number 22, Pages 651-678, March 19, 1976 Page: 661
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design summary. The proposed criteria set forth tech-
nical requirements for the design, construction, and
testing of a wide variety of sewage collection, treat-
ment, and disposal systems. Specifically included are
guidelines on gravity sewers, sewage lift stations, force
mains, preliminary treatment units, sedimentation
facilities, biological and chemical secondary treatment
systems, tertiary treatment systems for the additional
removal of dissolved organics and suspended solids, pro-
cesses for the reduction of various wastewater related
nutrients, and disinfection facilities. The criteria also
cover systems for sludge treatment and disposal, opera-
tion and maintenance design features, plant safety con-
siderations, and provisions for assuring continued
operation during emergencies.
Through the "D)esign Criteria for Sewerage Systems."
consulting engineers will be provided with information
and guidelines helpful in the planning and design of
systems capable of consistently producing treated
effluents that comply with applicable permit limita-
tions, allow established stream and reservoir quality
standards to be maintained, and which will at no time
pose a danger to the public health.
.002. Collection Systemr
.003. Lift Stations
.004. Wastewater Treatment
005. Sludge Processing and Digestion
.008. Design and Operations Features
Issued in Austin, Texas, on March 11, 1976.
Doc. No 761342 Henry L. Dabney, P.E.,
Division of Wastewater
Texas Department of Health
Proposed Date of Adoption May, 1976
For further information, please cal (512) 454-3781.
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Volume 1, Number 22, March 19, 1976
Texas Department of
Mental Health and Mental
Rules of the Commission of MH/MR
Affecting Other Agencies and
Rules Governing Community Mental Health
and Mental Retardation Centers 302.03.01
The Texas I)epartment of Mental Health and Mental
Retardation is proposing to amend Rule 302.03.)01.003,
which governs the awarding of state grants-in-aid by
the department to community mental health nd men-
tal retardation centers' boards of trustees.
The proposed amendment would delete the present text
of Subsection ic of Rule 30'..0301.003, and would
replace the deleted text with a formula to he used by the
department in determining the amount of state grants-
in-aid to be allocated to each community mental health
and mental retardation center. The effect of the
amendment would be to set out the formula which the
department will follow in its allocation of state grants-
in-aid to the various community mental health and
mental retardation centers throughout the State of
Although the formula is to be promulgated by the Com-
missioner of the Texas D)epartment of Mental Health
and Mental Retardation, the rule will become effective
upon the approval of the rule by the Texas Board of
Mental health and Mental Retardation.
Public comment on the proposed amendment to Rule
302.03.01.003 is invited. Comments may be submitted
in writing to l)r. Kenneth I). Gayer, (Comrnissioner,
Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retar-
dation, P.O. Box 12668, Capitol Station, Austin, Texas
The amendment to Rule 302.03.01.003 is proposed
under the authority of Section 4.01, Article 5547-204,
Texas Civil Statutes.
.003. Awarding of Grants-in-Aid.
(a) A board of trustees may be awarded a grant-
in-aid after the State Mental Health Authority has
declared a board of trustees eligible to receive a grant-
in-aid on the basis of the plan, the application and
budget required by these rules, and a site visit by per-
sonnel of the department. For community centers
already receiving grants-in-aid, evaluation visits may
be made at the discretion of the department instead of a
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