• Katelyn Hearon

How to Use TCEQ License Search Easily


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A water or wastewater professional can sometimes lose track of their TCEQ license. This leads to lapsed licenses, awkward discussions with supervisors, and potentially docked pay.


That gets a big "Nope!" from us—we don't want that to happen to you nor anyone else!


Checking your Texas water or wastewater license with the TCEQ License Search utility is fast and easy. It's so easy, in fact, it can be done in 3 simple steps. Let's take a quick look.


1. Follow the URL


Checking your TCEQ water or wastewater license starts with visiting the TCEQ website. The Occupational Licensing Division is responsible for issuing and tracking your TCEQ license.


You can start checking your TCEQ license status by visiting the TCEQ License Search utility.


2. Enter Your Information


The TCEQ License Search utility displayed with Katelyn in the First Name field and Hearon in the Last Name field
Staying up to date on your license is a breeze with this utility

On the TCEQ License Search page, notice the three text fields:

  • First Name or Initial

  • Last Name

  • License Number

Simply fill in the top 2 fields or the license number field. You aren't required to fill in all 3. Once you've filled in your information, click the "Search" button.


Note


If your search returned no information, check the spelling of your name or the license number entered and search again.


3. Check Your Status


A data table containing TCEQ license information
I'm a bit of an overachiever ...

On the TCEQ License Detail page, notice the section titled License(s). The table shown lists your license(s) including some rather important information:

  • License Number

  • Last Issue Date

  • Expiration Date

  • Status

  • Continuing Education (CE) Hours

Note


Your expiration date, status, and CE hours are the most important pieces of data. If you're nearing your expiration date and you have less than 30 CE hours, you must obtain additional hours before your license(s) expire(s).


To earn hours quickly and easily, see H2Online Training's on-demand TCEQ-approved online training courses.


The Wrap


An expired Texas water or wastewater license is completely avoidable. Checking your TCEQ license with TCEQ License Search is quick and easy, and it'll help you stay on top of your TCEQ continuing education requirements.



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