COVID19 Notice

Due to COVID19 we are operating our office at a reduced capacity. However, we are open and our current office hours are M-F 9am-5pm. If you have an urgent issue please contact us via email at lindsay@txenvirolaw.com. Persons entering this office must wear facial...

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Hearing Concluded on LCRA’s Groundwater Permit Application

Proposal for decision, announced early in 2020, is a victory for Environmental Stewardship (The following information is shared directly from our clients at Environmental Stewardship.) A contested case hearing before two Administrative Law Judges on LCRA’s application...

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April 24th Legislative Hearing

Legislative testimony On April 24th Eric Allmon and Marisa Perales testified at a legislative hearing on behalf of the firm and Texas Center for Policy Studies. Eric spoke about the problems surrounding landfill “placeholder” applications, in which applicants submit...

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Post Oak Landfill: Protestants file suit over TCEQ remand

  A collection of landowners and local governments have filed a lawsuit in state district court challenging the failure of  the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to deny the permit application of   Post Oak Clean Green for a new landfill in...

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Your Local Government May Be Able to Help You

Although the TCEQ is the main regulator of polluters and the main enforcer of pollution permits, you might be surprised at the amount of power your local governments have to inspect permitted facilities to check for problems, to initiate enforcement proceedings...

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Court Decision Makes Water Planning More Rational

Our firm recently scored a victory for its clients, Ward Timber and a number of landowners in Northeast Texas,  in the 11th Circuit Texas Court of Appeals.  Texas is divided into a number of water planning regions, and the issue in the case was whether the State had a...

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