Storm-Tex Cleans Up in South Texas, While Lending a Hand in Honduras

Storm-Tex Services has grown in its mission to help companies manage storm water, and handle storm water quality permits from beginning to end, by adding pond maintenance and vacuum truck services, new personnel and environmentally safe products.
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SPRING, Texas - Oct. 20, 2014 - PRLog -- Storm-Tex Services helps companies manage storm water. If you've ever received a notice from Harris County or the City of Houston about renewing your storm water quality permit, then you might know just a little bit about what Storm-Tex does, because they help companies get in, and stay in compliance.

President Brad Flack has charted a course towards helping companies manage storm water by staying up on the latest trends and information, earning top designations in his field, speaking on the topic at major industry conferences, and serving top associations as a leader and mentor. Storm-Tex also now has a growing staff to include other certified professionals with many years of combined experience, while adding services and products to benefit companies needing to manage storm water issues. In addition, in June of 2014 Flack and members of his team were able to travel to Honduras to help drill and install a much needed water well, and again in August made a trip to El Salvador to accomplish that same goal.

Flack comments, "We seek to be a one stop hub for all things storm water.  If we don't already do it, we will look into it and see if it is something we can add to our menu.  By becoming a leader in the storm water industry, we not only need to stay on top of new rules and regulations, but also new materials and methods.  And by doing these things year after year, we bring a more modern and efficient option to our clients."

Among the new products added recently: Erosion Control Blankets or ECB’s, designed to provide erosion control and assist in establishment of vegetation. Inlet inserts storm sewer inlet protection, plus logs and wattles.  Also sand filter basins and ponds... all of which is discussed at

President Brad Flack has earned top professional designations in storm water (CPESC, and CESSWI) while speaking about storm water all over the country, and serving as Administrative Vice President of SCIECA, and will serve as President-elect for Region 7 for the CPESC, Inc group, and Technical Vice-Chair for the Council, and Co-Chair on the Education Committee: Stormwater Management Track for the IECA Region 1 North America, South America & Europe as well as an IECA Mentor and also as a TCEQ EnviroMentor.

According to Flack, "Being at the top of your industry means everyone is watching.  We must perform for our clients, for our competitors and for our staff.  By choosing to take the high road, and follow the path of integrity, we set ourselves apart.  We are not perfect, but we strive for it in everything we do.  Our reputation demands it...our clients require it."

His knowledge and qualifications only serve to help him stay on top of his game, as Storm-Tex now offers new products and services that help reinforce turf, and manage erosion. They also create sand filter basins and ponds, and assist companies in making a storm water pollution prevention plan, then reviewing and editing it until it's government approved. They can also create site plans and surveys as needed to comply with local requirements.

In August of 2014 Vera Atkinson of Storm-Tex Services, and Neil Atkinson of Atkinson Engineers, along with more friends of Storm-Tex went to El Salvador where they were able to drill a water well in a village of need.  They were slated to return to Haiti but with all of the Living Water staff there recovering from the chikungunya outbreak, they had to flex and in the meantime got the chance to work in El Salvador.

In June of 2014 Storm-Tex Services President, Brad Flack, his wife and fellow owner, Jennifer Flack, and the Central Texas Project Manager, James Wilson, all joined in to make a huge impact in Honduras.  Brad and Jennifer were part of the team that drilled a water well 195-feet deep in the village of Dos Bocas de Santa Rosa de Aguan.  James was part of the repair team that repaired and rehabilitated 7 water wells in the La Brea/Salama vicinity.

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