The Radiation Program is initiating a comprehensive stakeholder process to revise the Interim Policy and Guidance Pending Rulemaking for Control and Disposition of Technologically-Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials in Colorado dated February 2007.
In addition, the Radiation Program is participating in the ongoing Solid Waste stakeholder process for the disposal or beneficial reuse of oil and gas produced water.
Meetings will be held at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Campus Location, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver, CO 80246. Attendees will need to check in at the Security Desk located in the main lobby of Building A. The security guard can provide directions to the meeting room. Map
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TENORM Kickoff Presentation October 8, 2013
TENORM Kickoff Meeting Notes October 8, 2013
mRem Levels and Exposure Scenarios December 9, 2013
TENORM Meeting #2 Presentation December 11, 2013
EPA Radioactive Contamination Cleanup Levels at CERCLA Sites August 27, 1997
Contact Steve Tarlton at (303) 692-3423 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Send comments to email@example.com.
Attorneys interested in participating in a sub-group discussion may contact:
Pat Pfaltzgraff, Assistant Attorney General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1300 Broadway, 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80203 Phone: 720-508-6291
Stakeholders likely will include:
Water treatment entities: Municipalities, water districts, consultants, CDPHE Water Quality Control Division
Solid waste facilities: Counties, waste management companies, compost facilities, consultants, CDPHE Solid Waste and Materials Management Program
Wastewater facilities: Municipalities, wastewater districts, consultants, agricultural interests, CDPHE Water Quality Control Division
Oil and gas entities: Companies, service companies, consultants, metal recyclers, Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC)
Environmental groups: General or issue-specific groups
Relative Radiation Background Doses
Governor's Energy Office Beneficial Reuse Meeting - January 7th, 2014 9am to 2pm at the Colorado Mesa University in the University Center Ballroom, Main Campus, Grand Junction Map
Colorado Energy Office and Colorado Mesa University are collaborating to examine the policy and legal barriers to reusing produced water. The process includes various stakeholders (industry, water law experts, regulators/state agencies, conservation groups) and will result in a white paper establishing the state of knowledge in Colorado and summarizing potential next steps. The January 7th forum will be focused on the details of the regulatory and legal framework in a moderated conversation among those working in the field.
For more information, contact: Tom Hunt at email@example.com