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Air Emissions and Maintenance Events Reporting

Air Emissions and Maintenance Events Reporting Form, instructions, and TCEQ contact information.

Air Emissions and Maintenance Events notifications and reports are required to be submitted via STEERS, the State of Texas Environmental Electronic Reporting System (STEERS).

STEERS notification and reporting is not required for small businesses that meet the small business definition in Texas Water Code Section 5.135(g)(2). Small businesses shall provide notifications and reporting by any viable means that meet the time frames required by 30 TAC Chapter 101. Small businesses should email the notification or report to

In the event that STEERS is unavailable due to mechanical failures or scheduled maintenance or you are a small business, required reporting under 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 101 (e.g. emissions event, opacity event, and maintenance, startup, & shutdown activity) may be completed by emailing the form below to Please remember that if you are not a small business, when you submit the form via email that allows you to meet the reporting deadline. Once STEERS is available you must submit the required notification or report via STEERS.

If you encounter issues with the STEERS operating system, your user account or password, or have questions about scheduled system maintenance, please contact the STEERS Help Line at 512-239-6925 or for assistance. You can also consult the STEERS Air Emissions and Maintenance Events (AEME) Help page for assistance with entering events into STEERS.