Public water system operators in Texas who perform process control duties in production or distribution of drinking water must be licensed with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Class B is the second highest level for Water System Operator licenses in Texas. In order to get your Class B license, you must meet one of two education and work experience options described in our previous post How To Get Your Texas Class B Water Operator License (part 1). This post will address the training, examination, and application requirements.
Application and Examination
- Submit an application and fee to TCEQ
- Receive approval from TCEQ to take the exam
- Sign up for an exam by contacting TCEQ regional office or your local computer-based testing center
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Our next post will address the requirements to get a Class C water operator license in Texas. Click HERE to download your FREE Guide to Getting and Maintaining Your Water Operator License in Texas.