Stephanie Bergeron Perdue focuses her practice on environmental law advising clients on matters spanning a wide variety of media, including water quality and water rights, air quality and other natural resources issues.
Stephanie brings two decades of agency experience to her practice from her time spent with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), most recently serving as its Deputy Executive Director. During her time with the agency she worked on a diverse set of issues including the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)/State Implementation Plan (SIP) development, NSR Air Permitting, TPDES water quality permitting and RCRA hazardous waste issues. She also worked extensively with internal agency emergency response staff, as well as the Office of the Attorney General on responses to natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey.
Prior to her time with the TCEQ, Stephanie served on the staff of State Senator Jon Lindsay where she had the opportunity to work on a number of water-related issues including total maximum daily load (TMDLs), Clean Water Act Section 401 Certifications, and the creation of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority and State/Regional Water Plans.
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