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NetDMR: Submit Your Discharge Monitoring Reports Online

NetDMR is a web-based tool that allows you, as a Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permittee, to electronically sign and submit your water quality discharge-monitoring reports (DMRs) to the TCEQ.

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How to Access and Use NetDMR

To begin using NetDMR, you need to create an account in EPA's Central Data Exchange (CDX). Once you have created a CDX account, you need to request access to NetDMR, based on your business need (view, edit, or submit data). See How to Access or Create a NetDMR Account.

Yes. If you submit data to the TCEQ on a DMR, you must do so electronically.

If you are unable to report electronically, you can submit a Request for Electronic Reporting Waiver (form TCEQ-20754).

Learn more about this requirement and who is eligible for a waiver on the NetDMR: Electronic Reporting Requirement webpage.

You can submit DMRs for individual and domestic wastewater discharge permits and some TPDES wastewater general permits. Learn more about the Reports You Can Submit in NetDMR.
NetDMR allows for flexibility in user type and the roles that each user is assigned. It allows you to assign roles to each user with varying levels of access. These include: permittee (signature), permittee (no signature), and data provider. Learn more about NetDMR User Types and Roles.
We have compiled a number of resources to help you learn How to Submit Data in NetDMR.
NetDMR improves and streamlines the process of reporting discharge monitoring report data. Learn more about the Benefits of Using NetDMR.
We have compiled a number of resources--including links to training videos—to help you create an account, enter DMR data, search for DMRs, and more. Visit the NetDMR Training and Resources webpage for a list of tools to help you get started.

Who can I contact if I have questions?

The TCEQ and EPA are working together to help you report in NetDMR. View the NetDMR: Contact Us webpage to find out who can best answer your questions.

Terms and Acronyms

  • CDX Exit the TCEQ The U.S. EPA's Central Data Exchange (CDX) serves as a hub for multiple EPA reporting systems – including the EPA’s NetDMR system.
  • COR Exit the TCEQ A copy of record (COR) is a legally enforceable copy of a DMR submission.
  • ECHO Exit the TCEQ The U.S. EPA's Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) website provides access to inspection, violation, and enforcement data for regulated facilities.

For a glossary of additional terms, visit the EPA’s NetDMR Support Portal Exit the TCEQ.