The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) covering industrial storm water discharges is set to expire on August 14, 2021, and A & M has collectively compiled a Summary of Changes Letter letter for your convenience.

Please let us know if you have any questions or need help with implementation of these upcoming changes.

A & M continues its long-standing commitment to protecting human health and the surrounding environment in the tri-state area of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma with two recent mine waste remediation project awards in support of EPA Region 7.

A & M is proud to be supporting our strategic partners with flood damage repairs associated with the historic floods of 2019 along the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.

The project will restore and repair channel outlets, channel erosion areas, scour holes and eroded embankments along the river.  This project showcases the importance of maintaining the infrastructure to the navigation system that is the essential for waterway commerce in the region.

Kudos to the project team for the successful and safe completion of the S Kerr location. 4 more repair locations to go.

A & M Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (A & M) is pleased to be working with our strategic partners to remediate mine waste on the Cherokee County Superfund site on the Kansas/Oklahoma border.

The project consists of excavation, consolidation, and disposal of mine waste and associated soil/sediments contaminated with heavy metals.