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Previous Luncheon Meeting Presentations


Dr. Eduardo Olaguer, Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC), March 17th presentation, HARC: Overview of the Benzene and Other Toxics (BEE-TEX) Field Study, is available herePDF

John V. Fontana, PG, President and CEO, Vista GeoScience, February 18th presentation, High Resolution Remedial Design Characterization and In-Situ Remediation Technologies Combined to Clean-Up Sites the First Time – It’s a Contact Sport, is available herePDF

Jayson Hudson, Regulatory Project Manager at U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District, January 21st presentation, Update on Galveston District Mitigation Practices, is available herePDF.

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May 2016 Luncheon Meeting

Thursday May 19th 

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Brady's Landing
8505 Cypress Street Houston, Texas

Speaker:  Michael F. Bloom, PE, ENV SP, BCEE, R. G. Miller Engineers, Inc.

 Topic: Overview of “ENIVISION” A Sustainability

Rating System for Infrastructure Projects

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    TAEP & NTAEP    

 Invites all current members who will be attending the Austin show to the

TCEQ Trade Fair 1st Annual Member Meetup 

Tuesday, May 3rd 

4:00 - 7:00pm


Fado Irish Pub

214 W. 4th Street

Austin, TX 78701

(512) 457-0172


 Thank you to North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (NTAEP) and our corporate sponsors!


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The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP) Board of Directors (BOD) and the TAEP Nominating Committee are pleased to announce that the Ballot for the 2016 BOD election is now open. Elections to the BOD are an integral part to the ongoing function and success of TAEP as an organization and our service to our membership.

See the bios and vote here.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced the winners of the 24th annual Texas Environmental Excellence Awards. These prestigious awards bring attention to the most innovative and effective projects that protect the state’s natural resources.

“For years I have been honored to recognize the innovative measures that Texans of all ages, from across the state, take to improve our environment,” said TCEQ Chairman Bryan W. Shaw, Ph.D., P.E. “and this year is certainly no different.”

“We are inspired by these winners’ commitment to retaining the beauty and natural resources of Texas, from the coastal bend to the upper reaches of the Panhandle,” said Commissioner Toby Baker.

“The individuals, businesses, and organizations represented this year truly serve as a model to others.” said Commissioner Jon Niermann. This year’s winners will be recognized at a banquet held in their honor on May 4, 2016, as part of the TCEQ’s Environmental Trade Fair and Conference at the Austin Convention Center, May 3-4.

 More information about the TEEA program is available on the TEEA website. Follow us onFacebook for future posts about these winning projects.
2016 Texas Environmental Excellence Award Winners

AGRICULTURE: Brockriede & Lalk Brothers Farms, Wichita County

CIVIC/COMMUNITY: Texas A&M AgriLife Research - Magnolia Beach to Indianola Marsh Restoration; City of San Marcos & Texas State University, San Marcos

EDUCATION: San Antonio Water System, San Antonio

INDIVIDUAL: Trevor Hance, Round Rock

INNOVATIVE OPERATIONS/MANAGEMENT: Fort Worth Water Department, Fort Worth


WATER CONSERVATION: The University of North Texas Science Education Research Lab, Denton

YOUTH: Kiowa Recycling Center, Booker