|(a) Plans approved. The current effective regional solid waste management plan for each region or local solid waste management plan for a local government is the latest plan, including plan amendments, that has been adopted by the commission or approved by the executive director. Copies of approved plans shall be kept on file and available for public review at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality library. Those plans, and any adopted amendments to the plans, are incorporated into this subchapter. Updates to an approved regional or local plan that do not require official adoption by the commission, as specified under §330.641(f) of this title (relating to Procedures for Regional and Local Plan Submission, Approval, and Distribution), may be incorporated into an approved plan for informational purposes, as each update is approved by the executive director. Each plan's effectiveness applies only for the geographical area described in the plan and for the period designated in the plan. (b) Conflicting provisions. By adopting a regional or local plan, the commission determined that the plan has been developed according to commission rules and does not conflict with the state plan. If it should later be determined that provisions of an adopted plan do conflict with provisions of the state plan, then provisions of the state plan shall prevail. (c) Agency responsibilities. It shall be the responsibility of the council of governments to coordinate the implementation of regional policies and recommended actions in an approved regional plan and coordinate local planning efforts. It shall be the responsibility of affected local governments to implement the policies and recommended actions of adopted regional and local plans and to maintain policies and activities that do not conflict with provisions in current state, regional, and local solid waste management plans.