Regulatory Applicability Screen for AC Contractor

There are seemingly countless regulatory requirements to comply with; these requirements change over time and can often be overwhelming for a Client to tackle. That is where W&M Environmental steps in. W&M experts can provide a RAS, an integral service that provides clients with a report of potential regulatory concerns or gaps and corrective measures to mitigate these concerns.



W&M Announces The Opening Of Its Newest Office In Lubbock, Texas

W&M Environmental Group is pleased to announce the opening of its newest office in Lubbock, Texas. The new office opened on September 26th and it becomes W&M’s seventh office in Texas, joining existing locations in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, Plano (Dallas), Corpus Christi and San Antonio. The new office is located at 1614 Avenue M, Lubbock, TX 79407. The new location will extend W&M’s reach into west Texas to better accommodate on-going projects in the area and will provide the company’s core services of engineering, environmental health and safety, remediation services, and air permitting. “We have several long-term projects that we are working on in the area around Lubbock and Amarillo,” said Gene Murray, W&M’s Managing Partner. “This new office enables us to better serve clients in those cities and surrounding areas.” Contact our Lubbock Office  





TCEQ Permit By Rule Program

Due to technical difficulties the first 8 minutes of the webinar was not recorded.  We apologize for the inconvenience. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s (TCEQ’s) “Permit by Rule” (PBR) program allows the regulated community to efficiently design, construct, start-up, and operate a substantial number of differing types of air emission facilities. Based in over 100 standardized permits delineated in Title 30 of the Texas Administrative Code (30 TAC), they can cover everything from hand grinding of metal to natural gas liquefaction.  They enable sites to construct new emission facilities or make modifications to existing, previously permitted facilities. There are several different paths through the PBR process determined by a number of different factors. Some must be approved/authorized by the TCEQ, others do not require administrative review and approval.  While PBRs are efficient in terms of authorizing new emissions, they are also very prescriptive and very seldom open to interpretation
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