Contracting with the TCEQ to Do Remediation
Programs that use contractors to clean up environmental contamination. Types of contracts available. Funding sources. How to become a contractor. Related rules.
The TCEQ procures and oversees independent contractor services to perform corrective action at a variety of waste sites. Corrective action includes emergency abatement; site investigation; monitoring; remedial action plan (RAP) development; site remediation; system design and installation; and operation and maintenance.
How to Become a Remediation Contractor TCEQ procures remediation contractors through a response to request for qualifications (RFQ) and request for proposal (RFP) packages. The bidder submits a statement of qualifications (SOQ) and a sealed bid. The contract is awarded to qualified proposers whose bid reflects the best value for the state of Texas.
What Does a Remediation Contractor Do? The TCEQ procures and oversees independent contractor services to perform corrective action at a variety of waste sites. Corrective action includes emergency abatement, site investigation, monitoring, remedial action plan (RAP) development, site remediation, system design and installation, and operation and maintenance.
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TCEQ Programs That Use Remediation Contractors The TCEQ procures and oversees independent contractor services to perform corrective action at a variety of waste sites. These include Superfund Cleanup program, Voluntary Cleanup/Brownfields and State-Lead Remediation.
The Funding Sources for Remediation Contracting Remediation contracts are financed through a variety of funds including the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund, the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Fund, Superfund Cooperative Agreements and the Hazardous and Solid Waste Remediation Fee Account.
The Legal Authority for the Remediation Contracting Program The Remediation Contracting Program is authorized to procure contracts for the purposes of investigation, assessment, and cleanup activities at remediation sites under a variety of state mandates and federal laws.