Supplemental Environmental Projects
Through a SEP, a respondent in an enforcement matter can choose to invest penalty dollars in improving the environment, rather than paying into the Texas General Revenue Fund.
Find a SEP
Link to documents detailing Supplemental Environmental Projects, listed by organization and county along with a list of statewide projects
Statewide SEPs available in every county in Texas
Application forms, assistance, and other resources for Supplemental Environmental Projects
Tips for Respondents in Enforcement Actions
Types of SEPs, allowable expenses, obtaining credit, administrative penalties, application
Tips for Third-Party SEP Administrators
Funding criteria, operational costs, reporting
SEP Statute and Guidance
Texas Water Code § 7.067; Policy for Supplemental Environmental Projects; and SEP Guidance Document
Compliance SEP for Local Governments
Information for Compliance Supplemental Environmental Projects
For respondents in TCEQ enforcement actions who wish to develop and perform a Custom Supplemental Environmental Project
SEPs: General Information
Information on the following topics: What is a SEP? What is the commission's approach to SEPs? Why should I consider a SEP? What is the process for getting a SEP approved?
Opting for a Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP)
Online form for respondents in TCEQ enforcement actions who wish to propose, consider, or request information on a Supplemental Environmental Project.
Pre-Approved SEPs: E-mail Updates
Subscribe to or unsubscribe from updates by e-mail relating to the Pre-Approved SEPs list.