Concrete Batch Plant Permitting
Concrete batch plants go through a stringent permitting process.
Did You Know?
- State law does not prohibit a concrete batch plant from being located in a residential neighborhood or near a school
- 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
- To be a party in a permit hearing, a person must reside within 440 yards of a proposed plant
For more information on permitting, please visit the links below.
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