Information about the TCEQ's licensing and regulation of those who engage in the practice of landscape irrigation. How to find a licensed individual. How to find training and become licensed. See landscape irrigation rules and make a landscape irrigation complaint.
Chemical injection into Irrigation System – Backflow Requirements
When fertilizer, insect repellent, or any other chemical is injected into an irrigation system, a Reduced Pressure Assembly backflow prevention device must be used to protect public water supply from contamination.
House Bill 2507 - Unlicensed Irrigator
Complaints against an unlicensed irrigator can now be filed in Municipal and Justice of the Peace courts, and law enforcement officers can issue a ticket; both citing a violation of Texas Occupational Code, Sec. 1903.256.
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Webpage links for TCEQ:
- Landscape Irrigation Main Page
- Landscape Irrigation Licensing Information
- Online License Renewal Information
- Approved Landscape Irrigation Training Providers
- Online Landscape Irrigator Complaint Form
TCEQ Contacts & Links
TCEQ Landscape Irrigation Program
Phone: 512-239-LAWN (5296
Licensing General Contact
TCEQ Irrigator Licensing
Licensing Contact - Ismael Parra
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TRWD and Agrilife Extension hold a workshop series, every year, for green industry professionals focused on water efficiency and low impact practices in the landscape. Program info: http://www.savetarrantwater.com/become-a-green-pro-2017 Green Pro listing: http://www.savetarrantwater.com/recognized-green-pros
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The DIA Board of Directors would like to thank you all for making the 20116 Expo such a success. This year we had 347 attendees!!
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the loss of two great industry pioneers. Both Delancey Spain and Carl Causey passed away this week. Each made enormous contributions to the Texas irrigation industry. More…
Please Welcome Ron Garcia to the DIA Board of Directors! Ron is the Irrigation Supervisor for the city of Frisco.
Happy Thanksgiving to all our members and families!