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Reporting, Fee, and Renewal Due Dates to Remember

A guide for small businesses and local governments to determine common reporting, fee, and renewal deadlines.

The TCEQ requires a number of reports, plans, and fees at different times throughout the year. To give small businesses and local governments a handy guide, we have put together the following list that gives due dates for common TCEQ reports and fees. Please remember that this list may not be all-inclusive; also, these items will not be applicable to all organizations.

January

1   

  • Waste Reduction Policy Act: Executive Summary of Five-Year Pollution Prevention Plan, every fifth year

10

  • Groundwater or Purchased Water Systems: Disinfectant Level Quarterly Operating Report (DLQOR)

20

  • Wastewater Discharge: Quarterly biomonitoring DMR and tables

25

  • Industrial and hazardous waste: annual summary report (paper filers)
  • Used-oil collection center: annual report

30      

  • Water and wastewater investor-owned utilities, districts, water supply corporations, and affected counties: regulatory assessment fees
  • Dry Cleaners: quarterly registration fee

31

  • Computer Manufacturers, TV Manufacturers and TV Recyclers: annual recycling report

February

1   

  • Pesticide General Permit Renewal

5

  • Concrete Batch Plant General Permit Renewal

March

1   

  • Water Rights Holder: annual water-use report
  • Scrap-tire Transporter: annual activity report
  • Combined Scrap Tire and Storage Site: annual activity report
  • Industrial and Hazardous Waste: annual summary report (electronic filers)
  • Medical Waste Transporter and Self Transporter: annual waste report
  • Medical Waste: annual registration and summary
  • Tier II chemical inventory reports

29

  • Annual report on air emissions events

31      

  • Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO): annual report      
  • Multi-sector general permit (MSGP) for industrial storm water discharges:
    • Benchmark monitoring summary
    • DMRs on numeric effluent limit (annual hazardous metals)
    • DMRs on sector-specific, numeric effluent limits      
  • Air Emissions Inventory

April

1   

  • Stage 2 disinfection by-products monitoring for systems with population 100,000 or more
  • Public drinking water systems that provide water to community water system(s) deliver the applicable Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) information to their receiving systems

10

  • Groundwater or Purchased Water Systems: DLQOR

20      

  • Wastewater Discharge: Quarterly biomonitoring DMR and tables

30

  • Dry Cleaners: quarterly registration fee

May

1       

  • Public drinking water systems that provide water to a community water system(s) certify to the TCEQ that the applicable CCR information was delivered to their receiving systems

June

15 

  • Liquid Waste Transporter: annual summary
  • Sludge Transporter: renewal of registration, every two years

30      

  • Categorical Industrial Users that discharge to a publicly owned treatment works without an approved pretreatment program: semi-annual report

July

1  

  • Toxics Release Inventory annual reports due to the EPA
  • Sludge Transporter: annual summary report
  • Community water systems: CCR Certificate of Delivery to TCEQ
  • Waste Reduction Policy Act: annual progress report
  • All community water systems: CCR report due to customers

10

  • Groundwater or Purchased Water Systems: DLQOR

20

  • Wastewater Discharge: Quarterly/semiannual biomonitoring DMR and tables

30      

  • Dry Cleaners: quarterly registration fee

August

1

  • Dry Cleaners: annual renewal registration form

September

1      

  • Liquid waste transporter fee
  • MSGP and Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4): annual water-quality fees assessed
  • Wastewater: annual sludge Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMR)

30

  • Wastewater Irrigation: annual soil analyses and irrigation effluent analyses (or as otherwise established in the authorization)

October

10    

  • Groundwater or Purchased Water Systems: DLQOR

20

  • Wastewater Discharge: Quarterly/semiannual biomonitoring DMR and tables

30

  • Dry Cleaners: quarterly registration fee

December

30    

  • All Public Drinking Water Systems: public health service fee

31

  • Categorical Industrial Users that discharge to a publicly owned treatment works without an approved pretreatment program: semi-annual report
  • MSGP and Phase II MS4s: annual water quality fees are invoiced