Stormwater General  Permits

Multi-Sector Industrial

If you have hazardous materials or waste stored outside of your facility expose to snow or rain water, you need to apply for a general storm water permit. You also need a procedure for containing accidental spills or yard activities like primary method to control stormwater discharges is the use of best management practices (BMP's). In addition, most stormwater discharges are considered point sources and require coverage under a State or EPA NPDES permit. Please contact us to determine the specific requirements that apply to you.

 

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Construction activities (which include soil disturbing activities such as clearing, grading, excavating, stockpiling, etc.) that extend one or more acres, or smaller sites that are part of a larger common plan of development or sale. Most states are authorized to implement the NPDES permit program, including the stormwater program. Use this list to determine if your state operates the NPDES stormwater program. Please contact us to determine the specific requirements that apply to you

 

Stormwater Phase 1 and  II Small Construction

 

Phase II stormwater discharges from construction activity disturbing of equal to or greater than 1 acre and less than 5 acres.  “Disturbance” refers to exposed soil resulting from activities such as clearing, grading, and excavating. Construction activities can include road building, construction of residential houses, office buildings, industrial sites, or demolition. as sources that should be regulated to protect water quality. The Phase II Rule designates these sources as “stormwater discharges associated with small construction activity,

 

 


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Concrete Production Facilities General Permit

If you fall under one or more of these SIC Codes 3271 Concrete Block and Brick, 3272 Concrete Products, Except Block and Brick, 3273 Ready-Mixed Concrete, And you plan to release the following to water in the State of Texas: Storm water that comes in contact with any raw material, product, byproduct, co-product, intermediate or waste, and Wastewater generated at a facility. Then you may qualify for coverage under a General Permit. Contact Us to Prepare your Plan and Permit

 

Hydrostatic Test Water General Permit

If you plan to release discharges resulting from the hydrostatic testing of vessels (pipelines, tanks, and other containers) into water in the State you must have a permit. You may qualify for coverage under this general permit. following there are some discharges are authorized from new and existing vessels under this general permit, vessels previously containing and/or transferring raw or potable water, where the water used for hydrostatic tests does not contain corrosion inhibitors, antifreeze compounds, biocides, or other chemical additives (except chlorine).

Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals General Permit

If you operate a Petroleum Bulk Station and Terminal and you plan to release one or more one or more of the following to water in the State of Texas: Storm water that comes into contact with any raw material, product, byproduct, co-product, intermediate, or waste material Wastewater, also known as "facility or process wastewater", and does not include domestic sewage. Then you may qualify for coverage under the General Permit.

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Petroleum Fuel or Petroleum Substances General Permit

If you plan to release, to any water in the state of Texas, water containing petroleum fuel or petroleum substances groundwater pump tests, groundwater, surface water, and soil remediation activities, cleanup activities following spills that occur during transportation of petroleum, fuel or petroleum substances, removal of water from underground storage tank systems previously containing petroleum fuel or petroleum substances. Then you may qualify for coverage under General Permit..

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Manure Compost General Permit

IF you discharge wastewater generated from livestock manure composting operations and processes,AND if you plan to dispose of this wastewater by evaporation or beneficial use by irrigation adjacent to water in the State of Texas,THEN you may qualify for coverage under General Permit Contact Us to Prepare your Permit

Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations

An animal feeding operation (AFO) is a lot or facility, other than an aquatic animal production facility, where animals have been, are, or will be stabled or confined and fed or maintained for a total of 45 days or more in any 12-month period, If this general permit does not apply, you may seek coverage under an individual permit.Contact Us to Prepare your Permit

Aquaculture General Permit

If you operate a concentrated aquatic animal production facility, an aquatic animal production facility or a related aquiculture activity, And you plan to release wastewater into water in the state of Texas: Then you may qualify for coverage under General Permit, Askenvironmental will help you with all steps to be coverage under this permit.

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