TPDES General Permit TXR150000 expired on March 5, 2013. The TCEQ has provided until June 3, 2013 for permittees to either complete their projects, or submit a new Notice of Intent and update their SWPPP under the new regulations. Contact Capitol Environmental if you have any questions about this process.
Bexar County has begun implementing a storm water enforcement program. The requirement to obtain a permit from Bexar County does not apply to all construction sites that are subject to TPDES General Permit TXR150000, but does apply to most production builders and larger sites. The process includes a 2 page information sheet, a $500 application fee, and a copy of your Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). Contact Capitol Environmental if you have any questions about this process.
Contact one of our Certified Professionals if you need assistance with City of Austin or Travis County SWPPP Permitting or Storm Water Inspections.
Congratulations to Jason Garrett with Capitol Environmental for becoming a Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector. (CESSWI #1634)
Congratulations to Mark Busby with Capitol Environmental for becoming a Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector. (CESSWI #3067)
Capitol Environmental would like to welcome Jack Smitherman, PG to our team. Jack has over 30 years as a consulting geologist. His experience includes remediation, oil and gas, regulatory compliance, and general environmental consulting.
Stephen Berchelmann is Capitol Environmental's newest storm water inspector. Stephen manages the San Antonio region.