409 Cluck Creek Trail
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Assisting clients to prepare registrations and permit packages and to help navigate the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regulatory process to obtain air authorization for the client’s emissions and facilities.
Licensed professional engineer since 1994 (Texas License No. 74451) with over 30 years of experience in evaluating applications for air authorization for all industries in Texas to include supervision of Permit by Rule (PBR) Section.
Strategic Environmental Compliance (September 2019 to Present)
Evaluating air, water and waste regulatory issues and seeking TCEQ authorizations as appropriate to satisfy client needs.
Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (1989 – 2019)
Extensive experience in regulatory compliance with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and predecessor agencies regulating the oil & gas, chemical/petro-chemical, energy, waste, landfill and utility industries in environmental regulatory compliance including statutory and regulatory interpretation issues.
Mr. Gott has reviewed over 5000 state and/or federal air permit applications, standard air permits, PBR registrations, and certifications (i.e. projects) for technical completeness in defining all sources of air contaminants, correctness and accuracy of the air emission estimates and appropriate federal and state requirements concerning air emission control technology. As part of this process, he prepared final packages including comprehensive technical reviews.
Mr. Gott evaluated the air portion of hazardous waste Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Facilities under the Texas One Stop permitting RCRA Program. Some of the RCRA diverse actions were for:
During his service at the TCEQ, Mr. Gott has evaluated air emissions for:
Asbestos Control Consultants (1987 – 1989)
Inspector for schools and building for asbestos containing materials. He was responsible for taking air samples during remediation work and licensed as a polarized light microscope evaluator to interpret air samples taken. He supervised the clean-up crews for:
Texas Board of Professional Engineers; Texas P.E. Texas License No. 74451.