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Hurricane Season 2019

By |2019-07-11T19:02:52-05:00July 11th, 2019|Stormwater|

A Special Note from our Operations Manager, Mike Zarro. Over the past week, those of us living on the Gulf Coast have once again been reminded of that sinking feeling in our stomachs that Hurricane season is here. Those of us who live in southeast Texas, know all too well what can happen when mother

Industrial Permit Compliance

By |2019-07-11T13:36:32-05:00July 11th, 2019|Regulations & Permits|

Applying for a State of Texas Industrial Stormwater Permit – The Texas Industrial Stormwater Permit known as a Multi Sector General Permit (MSGP) is based on effluent limitations, monitoring requirements, and other conditions set forth by The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) permit No. TXR050000. Industrial facilities that meet certain Sector and SIC codes

Exciting Announcement from Storm-Tex Services/Double Oak Storm Tex

By |2018-08-15T10:54:33-05:00December 14th, 2017|Stormwater|

To whom it may concern: On November 28, 2017 there was a change of some ownership of Storm-Tex Services, LLC. There are now five partners, each holding 20% of the company. The names of the new owners, along with founding owner Brad Flack, are RC Caviness, Joe Mattingly, Brian Rodel and Jim Winter. Part of

Flood Education and Harvey Update

By |2018-05-17T00:05:47-05:00August 28th, 2017|Storm Warnings|

Here is the update to the rainfall amounts as of 10:30am 8/28/2017: As you can see, there have literally been 2′-3′ of rain that has fallen across the Greater Houston area. As a comparison, here are the rainfall totals from last year’s Tax Day Flood 2016: And here is the Memorial Day Flood of 2016:

Harvey’s Impact 48 Hours Later in Houston

By |2018-05-17T00:06:22-05:00August 27th, 2017|Storm Warnings|

48 hours in and rain is still coming…looks like the forecasters, unfortunately, got it right. Houston, which already suffered 2 tremendous, historic floods in 2016 is now bracing itself to see even more record breaking flooding. There isn’t much to say except for pray for Houston! Attention: while those whose homes are not flooded and

And Now We Wait…

By |2018-05-17T00:06:57-05:00August 26th, 2017|Storm Warnings|

From Space City Weather Harvey has arrived in Houston. Numerous flash flood warnings are posted right now across the Greater Houston area, as an eastern flank feeder band of the storm flows ashore. Harvey slowly meandering between Victoria and Goliad, shipping intense rains into Houston. (College of DuPage) These heavy rains are likely to continue

Harvey- Winds At Landfall Then Rain for Everyone Else

By |2018-05-17T00:08:12-05:00August 25th, 2017|Storm Warnings|

From Space City Weather Good morning, everyone. After an overnight lull in strengthening, perhaps caused by some dry air working its way into the circulation of Hurricane Harvey, the storm has begun intensifying again. As of 6am CT it had sustained winds of 110 mph, but with the central pressure continuing to fall, the storm’s

Harvey Update as of 8pm on Thursday August 24, 2017

By |2018-05-17T00:08:33-05:00August 24th, 2017|Storm Warnings|

From Space City Weather As of 8:00pm CT tonight, a well-organized Hurricane Harvey is moving northwest, toward the Texas coast. It packed 85-mph winds, but forecasters at the National Hurricane Center still expect it to come ashore late Friday night, or Saturday morning as a major hurricane. The most likely landfall location is between Corpus