The Stormwater Quality (SWQ) Permitting program was developed as part of the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) with the aim to reduce the post-construction phase discharge of pollutants into the surface water of the state and/or into the municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) via stormwater runoff from residential, commercial and light industrial areas located in the City of Houston.
Environmental Science and Engineering Partners has reached the milestone of celebrating their 10th year in business. Established in 2007, the company’s year-to-year revenue growth is a testament to their commitment to work product excellence. In the era of an ever-changing economic climate , ESE has achieved a decade of steady growth and success.
Over a span of five days, Hurricane Harvey dropped over 19 trillion gallons of water on Texas; that is enough water to cover Alaska, California and Texas altogether. Over 30% of Harris County was reportedly underwater, in addition to experiencing multiple tornados and temporarily paralyzing most major highways and road systems. According to the Harris County […]
Year in and year out, ESE is consistently one of a select group of environmental service providers in Houston that facilitates MSD style of closures. According to the City of Houston public records, ESE Personnel has been involved in over nine Municipal Setting Designation projects, ranking ESE nationwide.
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Environmental Science and Engineering Partners (ESE) is an environmental consulting firm focused on responsibly moving business forward through environmental problem solving.
ESE is headquartered in Houston, Texas with offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio. Our growing team of environmental engineers and scientists provide support to clients needing assessment, remediation, compliance, natural resource and industrial hygiene related services. ESE’s promise is to recognize and deliver opportunity to stakeholders while at the same time improving the community’s quality of life.