This is a legal form that was released by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality - a government authority operating within Texas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form TCEQ-10142?
A: Form TCEQ-10142 is a checklist for organic and inorganic liquid loading and unloading in Texas.
Q: What is Exemption 106.473?
A: Exemption 106.473 is an exemption in the Texas Administrative Code that allows certain facilities to be exempt from permitting requirements for organic and inorganic liquid loading and unloading operations.
Q: Who needs to use Form TCEQ-10142?
A: Facilities that qualify for Exemption 106.473 need to use Form TCEQ-10142.
Q: What does the checklist cover?
A: The checklist covers various requirements and best management practices for organic and inorganic liquid loading and unloading operations, such as spill prevention, vapor control, and recordkeeping.
Q: Are there any fees associated with using Form TCEQ-10142?
A: No, there are no fees associated with using Form TCEQ-10142.
Q: What if my facility does not qualify for Exemption 106.473?
A: If your facility does not qualify for the exemption, you will need to follow the applicable permitting requirements for liquid loading and unloading operations in Texas.
Download a fillable version of Form TCEQ-10142 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.