Stormwater Management

Texas A&M University is committed to protecting all natural resources and stormwater management is an imperative part of that commitment. Without monitoring and regulations, municipal storm sewers could become contaminated with pollutants. Illicit discharges to local storm systems can affect aquatic and avian life. Three stormwater activities regulated by the state of Texas are: Municipal Separate Storm Systems (MS4s), Industrial and Construction activities.

Contact Information

Tassie Hermann

Jeff Truss

Stormwater Management Areas

Training Opportunities

  • General Stormwater Awareness
    • General overview of Stormwater requirements that Texas A&M must follow according to state and federal regulations and the stormwater management plan. You will be directed to the EHS Online Training page and be required to enter your NetID and password. Search for “General Stormwater Awareness” and click to begin. Completions are not automatically recorded on your transcript but will be reflected on your transcript in 7-10 business days. For assistance, contact
  • General Stormwater Awareness Construction
    • This course is a general awareness course for the requirements of stormwater protection when dealing with construction projects on the campus of Teas A&M. The purpose of this course is to educate those performing construction or earthwork the requirements of the state of Texas for stormwater protection. For questions about this course, contact