Beyond turnkey capabilities, RSB’s professional certified wastewater operators offer an impressive depth of experience and knowledge.
Many have backgrounds or collegiate degrees in science-based programs and have achieved the highest levels of certification, enabling innovative operational techniques that optimize system performance.
In summary, RSB’s capabilities and experience serve clients by simplifying operations, improving environmental compliance and increasing accountability while minimizing expenses. These attributes have helped RSB to develop an excellent reputation with customers and regulatory authorities alike.
Regulatory Compliance and Facility Improvements
In many instances, RSB has assumed operation of facilities that were under “Agreed Orders” from the State Regulatory Agencies or were experiencing regulatory scrutiny due to routine violations of permit limits.
We take great pride in our ability to evaluate existing infrastructure and improve performance without spending large sums of money. This capability has helped RSB develop an excellent reputation and working relationship with State and other regulatory agencies.
Call RSB for a facility evaluation before hiring an engineer as permit violations are frequently due to substandard certified operation and maintenance rather than inadequate facilities.
RSB prepares Wastewater permit applications including National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), storm water discharge and state and local water district permits for numerous entities in the State of Texas.
RSB Environmental can help with following types of Wastewater and Stormwater permits:
- Stormwater Permits
- General Permits
- City and Other Municipal Permits
- Industrial Permits
- Registering Quarry and Aggregate Processing Plants
- Agricultural Operation Permits
- Sewage Sludge Permits and Regulations: Sludge Land Application to Soils
- Septic Systems Permits
RSB offers services to complete and file the entire application at a reasonable cost, we warrant that all project work, when completed, will have been completed in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal codes and regulations, in accordance with sound and generally accepted professional and technical practices.