APAI is recognized as a leader in water quality analysis, evaluations, permitting and modeling. Our experience includes development of models and analysis tools to evaluate watershed-scale water quality impacts on water supplies; sub-watershed-scale evaluations of water quality impacts and management strategies; planning and design of stormwater management BMPs; and economic evaluation of water quality management approaches. APAI’s extensive experience working all over Texas on water quality issues has contributed to our strong reputation as one of the state’s leading water quality consulting firms.
We have assisted the City of Abilene with wastewater discharge permitting and water quality regulatory support for nearly 3 decades, preparing numerous renewal and amendment applications for the City’s Hamby Wastewater Treatment Plant discharge permit. In
We help the City of Corpus Christi Wastewater Utilities Department to protect the environment and its wastewater system by producing top-quality applications for discharge permit renewals and amendments for the City’s 6 wastewater treatment plants. We assist the department
We helped the City of Corpus Christi evaluate its alternatives regarding wastewater consolidation. In 2015-16, the City of Corpus Christi evaluated the potential for consolidation of its wastewater conveyance and treatment system from 6 plants to,
We are helping the San Patricio Municipal Water District develop a strategy for wastewater regionalization and evaluate its role in this important service to the communities of San Patricio County. The District provides water to industries and
The Trinity River Authority (TRA) operates five regional wastewater treatment systems that serve the central portion of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. These plants have a combined, permitted treatment capacity of 234 million gallons per day (MGD). We have supported TRA