When fertilizer, insect repellent, or any other chemical is injected into an irrigation system, a Reduced Pressure Assembly backflow prevention device must be used to protect public water supply from contamination.
Complaints against an unlicensed irrigator can now be filed in Municipal and Justice of the Peace courts, and law enforcement officers can issue a ticket; both citing a violation of Texas Occupational Code, Sec. 1903.256.
Welcome to the TCEQ Licensing or Registration Information Search.
Update on recent changes to 30 TAC 344, plus homeowner questions and answers
Meetings for parties interested in landscape irrigation, including governments and the Irrigator Advisory Council. States whether open to public.
Entry page that allows the user to choose either individual-license or company-registration renewal.
Each irrigator, upon being licensed with the commission, shall obtain a seal. Licensed irrigators shall not engage in any landscape irrigation services without physical possession of the seal and the license. The irrigator is reponsible for the security of the seal.
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This group advises the TCEQ on matters related to the practice of landscape irrigation.
Gives information on and allows persons and cities to join TCEQ Landscape Irrigation ListServ e-mail system.
The form to use when submitting complaints about landscape irrigation to the TCEQ.
Links to pages on LI at the national, state, and local levels.
How to file a complaint and what to expect. Information about the rules governing landscape irrigation.