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

By |2018-08-15T10:54:33+00:00December 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

Fort Bend County Stormwater Services

By |2018-04-22T14:30:32+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

Fort Bend County is Now Enforcing the Industrial Stormwater Permit on Applicable Sites Fort Bend County requires all applicable sites under the Multi-Sector General TXR05000 permit to be inspected quarterly/ monthly as well as sample runoff multiple times per year for the required pollutants found in the permit. TCEQ industrial storm water permits can be

Flexamat Erosion Control

By |2018-04-22T14:30:44+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

Flexamat® is a permanent erosion control mat utilized for stabilizing slopes, channels, low water crossing, inlet/outlet protection, and shorelines. It consists of concrete blocks (6.5˝ x 6.5˝ with a 2.25˝ profile) locked together and embedded into a high strength geogrid. There is 1.5˝ spacing between the blocks that gives the mat flexibility and allows for

Erosion Control Blankets

By |2018-04-22T14:30:50+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

Erosion Control Blankets or ECB’s are temporary and are designed to provide erosion control and assist in establishment of vegetation. ECBs are used to supplement the plant’s ability to control erosion where it would be unable to do so alone. Turf Reinforcement Mats or TRM’s are permanent solutions that first and foremost provide erosion control

City of San Antonio Stormwater Services

By |2018-04-22T14:31:18+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

San Antonio Water System: Stormwater, Wastewater Testing We help you keep in compliance with your industrial storm water and waste water pre-treatment periodic testing. We have affordable plans to test your process waste water in accordance with San Antonio Water System requirements. We also perform your required quarterly site inspections which allows you to focus

City of Houston Stormwater Services

By |2018-05-17T00:13:43+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

We Handle Your City of Houston Stormwater Quality Permit From Beginning to EndMost permitted sites must also be inspected monthly and we handle this for our customers by filling out inspection reports, taking photographic evidence of the site’s monthly condition, and alerting you the customer if a problem should arise.Our permit renewal services include all

City of Austin Stormwater Services

By |2018-04-22T14:31:30+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

City of Austin- Stormwater Management and Erosion and Sediment Control Did you know that the City of Austin states: he Environmental Criteria Manual requires the SWPPP and ESCP be prepared by either a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) or a licensed professional engineer. If the ESCP or SWPPP includes engineering calculations, then

Bexar County Stormwater Services

By |2018-04-22T14:31:35+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

Bexar County- Stormwater Management and Erosion and Sediment Control Did you know that in Bexar County a SWPPP and/or an ESCP must be prepared by either a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) or a licensed professional engineer. If the ESCP or SWPPP includes engineering calculations, then those documents must also be sealed

Arkansas Stormwater Services

By |2018-04-22T14:31:40+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

Arkansas – Industrial/Multi-Sector Storm Water Permit Management We fill out and file the Notice of Intent for you, help you perform inspections with supporting photographs, and handle the site-specific laboratory services as needed. If you need a plan or to have yours updated, we can also handle this for you at a very affordable rate.

Aggregate Processing Operation

By |2018-05-17T00:15:15+00:00January 1st, 2017|Stormwater|

The TCEQ states that you must register each location where you: dig, quarry, remove, or extract aggregate from the ground in any other way crush, wash, sort, or process these raw materials in any other way There is a registration fee to become an APO. The registration fee for a portable aggregate processing plant