Within days, diesel fuel constituents started showing up in both Comal Springs and Hueco Springs, in New Braunfels.

Area Quarries Polluting Comal Springs? Not Just a Possibility


Is there an underground connection linking quarries to Comal Springs? In 2000, 2,800 gallons of diesel spilled at the Cemex quarry, then showed up in Comal and Hueco Springs a few days later.

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Texas State Capitol

Needed: Joint Legislative Committee on Issues Related to APOs


Action Alert: Urge key state senators to encourage Lt. Governor Patrick to support the creation of a Joint Committee on Issues Related to APOs.

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Interior quarry construction road (unregulated source point)

What We Have Learned About the Air We Breathe


Local scientists perform sampling of air quality, contaminant pollution levels, uncover pollution far above EPA safety thresholds in Comal County, Texas.

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Texas State Capitol

Action Alert: HB 3798 Needs Our Support!


HB 3798 needs our support to better regulate aggregate quarries and protect our natural resources. Texas House Environmental Regulation Committee hearing on April 17, 2019.

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An aerial view of the Vulcan Materials gravel quarry, very similar to the proposed Comal County Vulcan quarry

Two Great Bills Need Our Support: HB 509 and HB 2871


We strongly support HB 509 and HB 2871 to better regulate aggregate mining. Texas House Energy Resources Committee hearing on April 8, 2019.

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