Water Quality Permits for Agriculture
Effective Sept. 1, 2012, the TCEQ redefined delinquent accounts to include those entities or people** who owe at least $25 in delinquent penalties or fees. The previous threshold for delinquency was $200. This new $25 threshold is the same amount used by us to place an entity on Warrant Hold with the Comptroller of Public Accounts.
If you compost livestock manure that is hauled in from off site, this general permit might cover you. Find out whether you qualify.
If you are starting a new concentrated animal feeding operation (CAFO) in Texas, read this page to find out whether you need a water quality permit from the TCEQ.
Topics Under this Category
Meeting schedule, agendas, minutes of past meetings, and related information for this voluntary group that meets several times a year to discuss issues such as implementation of and compliance with water quality rules for agriculture.
Check the status of permits or applications covered under water quality general permits.
Check the status of an application for a water quality individual permit.