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Complying with General Permit WQG200000

Steps to follow after obtaining coverage under General Permit WQG200000 to dispose of wastewater generated from livestock manure compost operations

Follow these steps to comply with your permit to dispose of wastewater generated from livestock manure compost operations:

  • Obtain a copy of General Permit WQG200000Adobe Acrobat PDF Document and adhere to its requirements.

  • Complete all testing required by the permit. Keep testing records on site.

  • Notify us by letter if any of these changes occur:

    • You failed to submit to us any facts relevant to the decsion to approve coverage.

    • You submitted incorrect information in the Notice Of Intent.

    • Information that you had submitted changes. (If the change is a new owner or operator, you must terminate coverage as described below.)

  • Send us a letter to request termination of coverage under this general permit if any of these circumstances occur:

    • All discharges authorized by the permit are eliminated.

    • The operation is transferred to a new owner.

    • The operator changes.

Remember: Even if your operation no longer discharges wastewater, permit coverage will remain active until you request termination. If your coverage is active September 1 of any given year, you will owe a water quality fee for that year. See Proposed Increases to Three Water–Related Fees for more information.

If you have questions, please see our Contact Page or e-mail us at CAFO@tceq.texas.gov.