TCEQ-20022 Instructions (03/05/2008) Page 4
Most businesses have a DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Corp. If this customer has one, enter it here.
B. Application Contact
Provide the name, title and communication information of the person that TCEQ can contact for additional information regarding this application.
If the application is missing information and there is no contact person to call, the application may be denied.
C. REGULATED ENTITY (RE) INFORMATION ON PROJECT OR SITE
1. Regulated Entity Reference Number (RN)
This is a number issued by TCEQ=s Central Registry to sites (a location where a regulated activity occurs) regula
ted by TCEQ. This is not a permit
number, registration number, or license number.
$ If this Regulated Entity has not been assigned a Regulated Entity Number, leave this space blank.
$ If this customer has been assigned this number, enter the operator=s Regulated Entity Number.
2. Site/Project Name/Regulated Entity
If the site is already regulated by TCEQ, use the same name as on the existing Regulated Entity Reference Number
If new, provide the name of the site as known by the public in the area where the site is located. The name you provide on this application will be used in
the TCEQ Central Registry as the Regulated Entity.
3. Site/Project (RE) Physical Address
Section A: Enter the complete physical address of where the site is located. This must be a street number and street name for a complete physical
address. This address must be validated through US Postal Service or your local police (911 service) as a valid address. Please confirm this to be a
complete and valid address. In some rural areas, new addresses are being assigned to replace rural route addresses.
Please do not use a rural route or post office box for a site location.
Section B: If a site does not have an actual physical address that includes a street number and street name, then provide a complete written location
access description, and the zip code and city where the site is located.
For example: AThe site is located 2 miles west from intersection of Hwy 290 & IH35, located on the southwest corner of the Hwy 290 South bound lane.@
This includes authorizations for construction projects such as highways and subdivision.
4. Identify the County where the site is located. If the site covers more than one county, provide the county that is most affected by the authorized
activity and list the additional county(s) as secondary.
5. Latitude and Longitude
Enter the latitude and longitude of the site in either degrees, minutes, and seconds or decimal form. For help obtaining the latitude and longitude, go to:
TCEQ USGS Topographic Map Viewer or http://www.terraserver.com/
6. Description of Activity Regulated
In your own words, briefly describe the primary business being conducted at the site. (A description specific to what you are doing that requires this
authorization - Do not repeat the SIC Code(s).)
SITE MAILING ADDRESS
Provide a complete mailing address to be used by TCEQ for receiving mail at the site. In most cases, the address is the same as the operator. If so,
simply place a check mark in the box. If you provide a different address, please verify the address with USPS as instructed above for the operator
D. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
1. Indian Country Lands
If your site is located on Indian Country Lands, the TCEQ does not have authority to process your application. You must obtain authorization through
EPA, Region VI, Dallas. Do not submit this form to TCEQ.
Indian Country means (1) all land within the limits of any American Indian reservation under the jurisdiction of the U.S. government, notwithstanding the
issuance of any patent, and including rights-of-way running throughout the reservation; (2) all dependent Indian communities within the borders of the
United States whether within the original or subsequently acquired territory thereof, and whether within or outside the limits of a State; and (3) all Indian
allotments, the Indian titles which have not been extinguished, including rights-of-way running through the same.
Indian Tribe means any Indian Tribe, band, nation, or community recognized by the Secretary of the Interior and exercising substantial governmental
duties and powers.
2. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
Provide the SIC code that best describes the construction activity being conducted at the site.
Common SIC Codes related to construction activities include: 1521 Construction of Single Family Homes; 1522 Construction of Residential Bldgs.
Other than Single Family Homes; 1541 Construction of Industrial Bldgs. and Warehouses; 1542 Construction of Non-residential Bldgs. other than
Industrial Bldgs. and Warehouses; 1611 Highway & Street Construction, except Highway Construction; 1622 Bridge, Tunnel, & Elevated Highway
Construction; 1623 Water, Sewer, Pipeline & Communications, and Power Line Construction. For help with SIC codes, go to: