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Issue 02 Aug. 2015 Newsletter has been posted.
Devasco International Joins the TCMA.
Issue 01 Apr. 2015 Newsletter has been posted.
TCMA 2015 Annual Meeting pictures are posted.
Issue 03 Nov. 2014 Newsletter has been posted.
Issue 02 Aug. 2014 Newsletter has been posted.
Issue 01 Apr. 2014 Newsletter has been posted.
Issue 03 Dec. 2013 Newsletter has been posted.
Issue 02, Aug. 2013 Newsletter has been posted.
Featured Articles
    2015 Government Affairs Conference a Success
Clifford Smith  |  August 3, 2015
With a wave of new environmental and industry regulations pending for the industry, metalcasters from around the country converged on the hill to provide important information to lawmakers. »
  Austin Beckons TCMA Back to the Capitol
Clifford Smith  |  Mach 27, 2015
The 2015 Annual Meeting was held at the Omni Hotel on February 23rd and 24th. Our own Jim Keffer, State Representative District 60 and President of EBAA Iron Sales, was the lead off speaker for the morning. »
  There’s Something in the Air in Washington
Clifford Smith  |  November 21, 2014
The TCMA is a member of the Partnership for a Better Energy Future (PBEF) which has released a poll showing that the Environmental Protection Agency is out of sync with voters across the country. »
  Texas Delegates Receive a Warm Welcome in Washington
Clifford Smith  |  July 23, 2014
Texas metalcasters participated in the American Foundry Society’s (AFS) Government Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., to discuss the pressing legislative and regulatory issues facing the industry. »
  Texas Metal Casters Grapple With Regulatory Issues
Clifford Smith  |  April 15, 2014
TCMA members met on March 31st - April 1st in Tyler for our annual conference. Past Chairmen Chairmen James Milstead and Stan Bass
gave an oral history of the TCMA and the impetus behind its creation. »
  Proposed Crystalline Silica Rulemaking - Still Time
Stephanie Salmon  |  December 7, 2013
OSHA issued a proposed crystalline silica rulemaking that would reduce the current Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) by one-half and would establish a first-ever Action Level for silica exposure at 25 mg/cu.m. »
Harley Grant Scoggins Passes Away
David Simpson - Thanks for Stopping By!
Spent Foundry Sand - Use and Risk Assessment.
AFS Request for Input on OSHA Silica Rule-Update.
AFS Washington Update - January 2013.
AFS Government Affairs Committee Meeting.
TCEQ Delinquent Fees & Penalties.
September 18, 2015 - Arlington, TX
 - TCMA Board of Directors Meeting