Navigating A Notice Of Enforcement (NOE)

Navigating A Notice Of Enforcement (NOE)

Avoid the risk of getting shut down by the TCEQ; call Compliance Resources, Inc.. when you’re served a Notice of Enforcement to handle the problem right the first time!

The environmental services and stormwater runoff fields are incredibly complex and require numerous applications, permit requests, forms, and more. It is very easy to make a mistake in the permitting process, and even easier to misunderstand exactly what is and what is not allowed to be discharged from your particular site.

When contractors or construction managers knowingly or unknowingly violate the terms of their stormwater and drainage permits, they’re notified by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and asked to voluntarily correct the problem with a Notice of Violation (NOV).

If they do not correct the problem, contractors are then served a Notice of Enforcement, which is a notice that the TCEQ is taking legal action against the construction firm or contractor to achieve local code enforcement for stormwater drainage and sediment runoff standards.

How To Address A Notice Of Enforcement

Handling a Notice of Enforcement the right way is critical to ensuring the construction firm or contractor does not get shut down by the TCEQ. 

To avoid the disastrous result of a shutdown, contractors and construction managers should seriously consider contracting out environmental consulting services so that the NOE is handled quickly, efficiently, and correctly.

The last thing contractors need is to be bogged down by navigating the legal hurdles to complying with a Notice of Enforcement, which includes extensive documentation, reporting and even hiring an inspector to ensure local code enforcement.

The Texas Compliance Experts

Compliance Resources, Inc.. has over 20 years of experience helping contractors large and small navigate the environmental regulations in Texas and handle Notices of Enforcement, permitting and so much more. 

We’re Texas’ environmental compliance experts, and we’re here to make contractors’ lives easier so they can spend less time on paperwork and more time getting the job done. And with offices in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas, we’re here to help contractors no matter where they are in the state of Texas. 

Ready to speak to a Texas environmental compliance expert? Give us a call at 

(888) CRI-SW3P | (888) 274-7937; we’re giving new clients a free site audit to show them how easy CRI makes their lives, so call us today!

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