Environmental Engineer



Advert ID



Port Lavaca

Job Type




Salary Range

Up to USD0.00 per year

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Houston Engineering - (USA) SPACES CityCentre One 800 Town & Country Boulevard TX Houston , TX 77024



Job Description

The Environmental Engineer position is responsible for regulatory compliance at the facility. It defines, maintains and audits programs for environmental sampling, analytical, reporting and associated record keeping for compliance with the EPA and TCEQ environmental permits. Responsibilities include insuring permit applications and modifications as well as all environmental reporting are completed in a timely manner. Position involves considerable contact with Operations, Laboratory, Maintenance, Safety, and Management personnel. Position also establishes liaison with State and Federal environmental regulatory agencies as well as intra-company environmental technical groups.


Develops, implements and maintains the environmental sampling, analytical, and reporting system for compliance with the EPA and TCEQ environmental permits and provides instruction to Operations, Maintenance and Laboratory groups to implement these systems.

Responsible for water, wastewater, waste management, and UST programs as well as Underground Injection Control (UIC) compliance programs. May also have some air program management responsibilities.

Oversight of compliance w/facility permits including, but not limited to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ): TCEQ water permits, TCEQ wastewater permit, RCRA permit, UIC permits, and USEPA authorizations:

Serves as liason between the site and regulatory agencies.

Conducts audits and provides other environmental surveillance as necessary to insure facilities are in compliance with applicable environmental laws, regulations, and permits.

Responsible for review and interpretation of new environmental regulatory changes and developing programs for plant and port implementation. Advises the site of impact regulatory requirements have on production and/or process modifications; as well as, the impact that process modifications will have on compliance and compliance methods.


Experience managing water, wastewater, and hazardous waste program in petrochemical or refinery facility.

Degree in Chemical, Environmental or other related engineering field.