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SEP

TCEQ's Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEP) Program

SEP's are environmentally beneficial projects that a respondent agrees to undertake in settlement of an enforcement action but which the respondent is not otherwise legally required to perform. Dollars directed to TCEQ-approved environmental projects may be used to offset assessed penalties in enforcement actions.

Through a SEP, a respondent in an enforcement matter can choose to invest penalty dollars in improving the environment, rather than paying into the Texas General Revenue Fund.


 INSTRUCTIONS TO VIEW SPECIFIC SITE DATA:

                     C784 Medina River @ La Coste

                     C712 Witte Museum

                     C794 Trimmier Creek

  • Select specific Date to view
  • Select number of days to report from Date (1 - 31)
  • Finally click on "Generate Report" tab

 

City of La Coste Site (Medina River off FM 471) CAM 784

Bell County Site (Trimmier Creek @ Harker Heights) CAM 794

Witte Museum Site CAM 712


Paso Robles Development           **Site Info Under Construction**

 

Paso Robles is a large planned housing development with a golf course to be built on the southwest portion of San Marcos along Hunter Road. Paso Robles is situated along the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone.

 

Click Below to view Report

 

December 2013 Chemical Analyses Report

February 2014 Chemical Analyses Report

Paso Robles Project Wells