The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP) is the premier organization for environmental professionals in the State of Texas. One of the primary aims of TAEP is the advancement of the environmental profession and the establishment of a forum to discuss important environmental issues.


Previous Luncheon Meeting Presentations


Tina Walker and Dr. Carrie Bradford, Texas Department of State Health, Health Assessment and Toxicology Program, March 20, 2014 presentation, Current Work Regarding the San Jacinto Waste Pits Superfund Program, is available for download herePDF.

Jayson Hudson (USACE Galveston District), February 20, 2014 presentation, Regulating Water Resource Projects, is available for download herePDF.

Scott Jones, Director of Advocacy, Galveston Bay Foundation, January 14, 2014 presentation, Storm Surge Mitigation: Status and Questions, is available for download herePDF.

Beryl Thatcher, TCEQ's Air Permits Chemical Section Chief, July 26 presentation, Current TCEQ Air Permitting Activities, is available for download herePDF.

Older Luncheon Meeting Presentations can be found on our Archives page.


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Updated April 8, 2014




Updated April 8, 2014






April 17, 2014 Luncheon Meeting


Speakers:  Mike Hawthorne, H2A Environmental


Topic: Risk-Based LNAPL Remedies:  Where Does Recovery Fit In?


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 The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department is holding two   mobile recycling events:

9am-1pm on Saturday, March 29th at the Ellington/Clear Lake Neighborhood Recycling Center.  

9am-1pm on Saturday, April 26 at the Kingwood Metro Park & Ride

They are accepting large appliances, scrap metal, electronics, batteries, oil, latex paint and antifreeze.  This is a great community service, so please tell your friends and neighbors!  Visit their webpage for more information.







here to see the new President's Page! - updated March 24, 2014


Hello all!

We hope you are enjoying our new and rapidly improving website and online services!  Should you need any assistance with the member services section, or perhaps registering for a meeting or renewing your membership, please email myself or our webmaster Craig Klein. You may also reach our treasurer, Ed, at 281-668-7353alt281-668-7353alt or by email.

Thank you for your interest in TAEP!  We are glad you are with us as we continue to grow and strengthen our organization.

Jim Dobberstine
President and Education Director
Texas Association of Environmental Professionals



Online membership is now available online here.  If you need to mail a check then please use the form hereMSWord Icon