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Fees

Through various programs, we collect more than 100 separate fees.

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Proposed Increases to Two Water-Related Fees

The TCEQ will increase the Consolidated Water Quality Fee, and proposes to increase the Public Health Service Fee in 2016.

Delinquent Fees and Penalties Will Affect Processing Your Application

We do not issue, amend, or renew permits, registrations, certifications, or licenses to an entity or person who is delinquent on any penalties or fees.

Charges to Delinquent Accounts for Recovery of Collection Costs

We charge delinquent accounts for the recovery of collection costs.

Petroleum Product Delivery Fee

We assess this fee on the delivery of a petroleum product received from a bulk storage facility for distribution or sale within Texas.

Fees We Collect

Each of these publications explains a fee's purpose or use, tells how we collect it, and answers other relevant questions.

FileAir Emissions Fee
Answers questions related to these reporting fees.
FileAir Inspection Fee
Answers questions related to these reporting fees.
FileBeneficial Land Use and Surface Disposal Fees
Answers questions related to these reporting fees.
FileFacility Fee
Answers questions related to this reporting fee.
FileGeneral Permit Stormwater and General Permit Wastewater Fee
Answers commonly asked questions from those billed for these annual fees, and provides agency contacts for more detailed questions.
FileInnocent Owner/Operator Program Fee
Answers questions related to this reporting fee.
FileMunicipal Solid Waste Reporting and Disposal Fee
How to prepare and submit the Quarterly Solid Waste Report and pay the associated fee.
FileToxics Release Inventory Reporting Fee
Answers questions related to this reporting fee.
FileVoluntary Cleanup Program Fee
Answers questions related to this reporting fee.
FileWaste Generation Fee
Answers questions related to this reporting fee.
FileWatermaster Assessment Fee
Explains a fee paid by water right holders to support the activities of a watermaster, a state official who administers water rights. Texas has two watermaster areas, South Texas and Rio Grande.

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