Environmental Programs

Public Works

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Marcus Guzman
Environmental Compliance Tech.


1502 Holland Road
Belton, TX  76513

Ph: 254-933-5823
Fx: 254-933-5811

Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Environmental Programs
The Environmental Programs Division is committed to providing the citizens of Belton with safe drinking water with enforcement of the City's Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention Program, reduce the Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) in our wastewater system with enforcement of the City's Fats, Oils, Grease and Grit Program, oversees the Stormwater Program, and educates citizens on water conservation.

Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention
The City's Cross Connection Control and Backflow Prevention program ensures that Belton's drinking water is safe in case of any cross-connection and/or backflow incident. Protecting the public water supply from potential contamination hazards is a top priority and the City, residential and commercial customers play a vital role with the program.

Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Ordinance
Backflow Test and Maintenance Report
Certified Backflow Tester Annual Application
Registered & Certified Backflow Tester List

Fats, Oils, Grease, and Grit (FOG)
Disposing of fats, oils, grease, and grit into the City's wastewater system without proper traps or interceptors can cause blockages in customers private plumbing and the City's wastewater system, which may result in sanitary sewer overflows (SSO's). FOG is generated from food preparation at food service facilities and restaurants, car wash facilities, and automotive repair shops. FOG consists of but are not limited to fat from meats, cooking oils, lard, butter, salad dressings, dairy products, grit and dirt from car wash facilities and automotive repair shops.

Fats, Oils, Grease, and Grit Ordinance
List of grease and grit trap/interceptor haulers coming soon.
Self-Cleaning Grease Trap Maintenance Log

Stormwater runoff enters into creeks, rivers and lakes, so it's important to take steps to reduce the amount of pollutants that wash into these waterways. In many cases, residents and businesses can make a difference in this area by slightly changing routines or procedures. The Public Works Department recognizes businesses with exemplary stormwater practices with its Business Recognition Program.

Stormwater Management Program

Water Conservation