Alan Plummer Associates, Inc. (APAI) works closely with clients throughout the states of Texas and Oklahoma to deliver high quality permitting application documents for renewals, major amendments, and new facilities. The quality of our deliverables is matched by our high caliber project management, technical, and administrative staff. The expertise and depth of our APAI Permitting and Water Quality Team enables us to effectively engage with water quality and permitting staff throughout the process (for example, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)). Our team is frequently praised by environmental quality agencies for our attention to detail, ability to anticipate problems for our clients, and willingness to negotiate on our clients’ behalf regarding difficult permit situations. We believe that quality and client satisfaction are the most important elements in project success.
APAI developed the reuse strategy alongside North Texas Municipal Water District in designing this $264 million project; and, successfully worked with regulators to obtain water rights permitting
APAI prepared a major amendment permit application for the City of Beaumont Hillebrandt Wastewater Treatment Plant. The facility’s effluent flows through a constructed wetland in the final part of the treatment process.
APAI assisted the City of Corsicana with substantial modifications to their Industrial Pretreatment Program. The program was modified to comply with the General Pretreatment Regulations specified in Title 40 Code of Federal
APAI was retained in 2010 by a coalition of water and wastewater organizations including the Texas Association of Clean Water Agencies (TACWA), the Texas Water Conservation Association (TWCA), and
APAI prepared and processed a major amendment application for the TPDES permit for the Southeast Water Reclamation Plant, which involved the addition of a new outfall. APAI provided the
The Aransas County Municipal Utility District No. 1 proposed discharging treated wastewater into two ponds located north of Aransas Bay. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) constructed a Continuously Stirred