EPA recently transferred the authority of the Texas oil & gas wastewater discharge permits to TCEQ from Railroad Commission (RRC) of Texas. At ESE Partners, we understand that it can be difficult to navigate the change in application requirements for oil & gas wastewater discharge permits in Texas. We can take a great deal of that responsibility off of your plate so that you can focus on making your facility as efficient and profitable as possible.
Basic Information on Wastewater Discharge Responsibilities
If you are looking to discharge the produced water, hydrostatic test water, and gas plant effluent discharges into the water of the United States, you may need Texas oil & gas wastewater discharge permits. If you generate wastewater from any of these activities, you could simply discharge your wastewater to the water of the United States and not incur addition fees associated with the disposal of the waste. Obtaining oil & gas wastewater discharge permits in Texas can help you save you time and money in the longer run!
How We Can Help
ESE Partners can help you analyze your processes to determine what type of permit you need. Then, we can walk you through the permit process so you can get the permit approved without any costly delays. That will help increase the likelihood you’ll be able to successfully apply for the oil & gas wastewater discharge permits in Texas you may need.
Learn more about Texas oil & gas wastewater discharge permits, and how ESE Partners can help you obtain them, by getting in touch with us whenever you like. You’ll be able to count on us to provide you with accurate, straightforward information.