This permit is to allow concrete, asphalt or any other type plant established for mixing materials for paving or building.
Temporary batch plant must be located at least 300 feet away from any park, school, child care center, or residential structure and the plant shall not be located on the same property more than 120 days. The operator of a temporary batch plant must apply to the Zoning Board of Adjustments for a Special Exemption under Section 6300 of the Zoning Ordinance if the plant is to be located closer than 300 feet to any park, school, child care center or residential structure, or if the plant will be located on the same property more than 120 days. All temporary batch plants, whether allowed by permit or by Special Exception, shall conform to the following requirements:
(1) The stationary equipment of a temporary batch plant shall not be located closer than 100 feet to the nearest property line.(2) The hours of operation of a temporary batch plant shall be restricted to Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 7:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 5:00pm. Hauling aggregate (sand and gravel) to or from the site on Saturday shall be prohibited. (3) The site on which the temporary batch plant is located shall be returned to its original condition within thirty (30) days following the termination of the plant operations.(4) No more than one temporary batch plant shall be permitted on the same property within a period of eighteen (18) consecutive months. (5) A temporary batch plant shall be located on property of the construction site or abutting the construction site or project. (6) Concrete or asphalt from a temporary batch plant shall not be hauled to any other construction site other than the project site for which the plant was approved.(7) A temporary batch plant shall comply with all standards of and be authorized under a permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. A plant shall meet all current City ordinances pertaining to storm water, dust or other environmental standards. Provide documentation that this is authorized for both stormwater discharges and air quality emissions.
(1) Site plan showing that equipment location meets all proximity restrictions. (2) Traffic control plan indicating truck routes for receiving aggregates and other bulk material. (3) Approved TCEQ permit
(1) Certification of scales calibration (2) National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NRMCA) inspection(3) Gradations of course aggregates (gravel) obtained from onsite stock piles. (4) Gradations of fine aggregates (sand) obtained from onsite stock piles. (5) Mix design(s). Test batches are not typically required but may be for certain projects if directed by the City Engineer.
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