Permitting & Regulations

Concrete batch plants go through a stringent permitting process

Did You Know?
  • State law provides multiple permitting options to accommodate site specific conditions, including the Standard Permit for Concrete Batch Plants with Enhanced Controls.
  • Concrete plants must obtain air, water and waste permits or registrations from the TCEQ
  • Standard permits have requirements that apply to the same type of facility
  • TCEQ conducts health effects reviews as part of issuing a standard permit
For more information on permitting, please visit the links below.

Permit Links
Standard Permits: CBP, CBPEC
General Stormwater Permits: MSGP

Texas Health & Safety Code Authorization References 382.05195 – standard permit;
382.05198 – standard permit with enhanced controls; 382.058 (c), (d) – who may request a hearing, permissible air dispersion modeling evidence

About TACA

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA) is the main resource for the aggregate, concrete, cement and other associated industries in Texas. The association represents its member companies by providing industry information to the public, media, policymakers and regulators; advocating for industry issues; ensuring member companies commit to conducting business with integrity, respect, transparency and honest communication; and creating industry training courses and materials that help members effectively manage their businesses. Learn more about how TACA industries help build Texas