Industrial Wastewater Houston
Harvey Environmental Solution can help you in obtaining an individual or general TPDES wastewater permit. The permitting processes and timeframes can be different depending on the type of permit that is needed. Below are some of the general wastewater permits that has developed in Texas. If your wastewater discharge is not eligible for coverage under one of the general permits that is listed, then you'll need to obtain an individual permit. Contact Harvey Environmental Solution for more information.
Aquaculture General Permit (TXG130000), this permit authorizes the discharge of wastewater from concentrated aquatic animal production facilities, animal production facilities, and certain related activities.
Ready-Mixed Concrete Plants, Concrete Products Plants, and Their Associated Facilities General Permit (TXG110000) (HTML), this permit authorizes the contact storm water, discharge of facility wastewater, along with storm water associated within industrial activity.
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals General Permit (TXG340000) (HTML), this permit authorizes the contact storm water, discharge of facility wastewater, and storm water associated within industrial activities from terminals and petroleum bulk stations.
Hydrostatic Test Water General Permit (TXG670000) (HTML), this permit authorizes the discharge of testing hydrostatic waters.
Petroleum Fuel or Petroleum Substances General Permit (TXG830000) (HTML), this permit authorizes the discharge of contaminated water by petroleum fuel or by petroleum substances.
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) General Permit (TXG920000) (HTML), this permit authorizes the discharge by irrigation or evaporation litter, manure, and wastewater associated within the operation.
Manure Compost General Permit (WQG200000), this permit authorizes the disposal of wastewater from livestock manure compost operations by irrigation or evaporation.