Waste Management: Requirements and Permits
A definition of bioenergy, and the status of authorizations for bioenergy facilities pending action or approved.
The TCEQ conducts Section 401 certification reviews of projects requiring a Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for discharging dredged or fill material into waters of the U.S., including wetlands.
Types of permits. Requirements for permit holders. Forms and other tools for applicants and consultants.
Regulations for handling, treating, and properly disposing of sharps, samples, and other wastes of concern from clinics and similar settings.
Links to pages on municipal solid waste management, public participation, and requirements for obtaining authorization to process or dispose of waste.
Requirements for transporting or disposing of radioactive wastes in Texas.
Collecting, storing, processing, recycling, and disposing of scrap tires.
On-site sewage facilities, or OSSFs, must be designed on the basis of a site evaluation that accounts for local conditions.
Regulatory requirements to generate, transport, or dispose of sludge or sludge wastes in Texas.
Requirements for drilling and operating wells for the solution mining of sulfur, salts or uranium, or for injecting liquid wastes and other substances underground.
Streamline and reduce reporting and manifesting common hazardous wastes that are "universal".