Storm Water

Stormwater

Process Water

The San Antonio Airport System does not allow for the discharge of unpermitted process water discharges to our storm drains. Process waste water can included water resulting from car or equipment washing activities, terminal cleaning and custodial activities and firefighter training activities.

Storm Water

The San Antonio Airport System currently has an industrial storm water permit from TCEQ. This requires that the airport develop and implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3). This plan details required storm water discharge monitoring parameters as well as inspection requirements. The San Antonio Airport System allows tenants to utilize our Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan or create their own plan. Tenants are required to notify San Antonio Airport System of their intentions because coverage under our plan is not guaranteed.

Helpful Links

SW3P
Employee Training
No Exposure Certification
Notice of Intent
Txr05000

Questions concerning Water Management can be directed to the Environmental Stewardship Division at (210) 207-3518 or (210) 207-3862.

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