Supplemental Environmental Projects

 
Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) are projects that benefit the environment or public health, funded through environmental enforcement actions. Most enforcement settlements include monetary penalties and in some cases, may be used to mitigate a portion of a penalty. All SEPs must adhere to the department's policy.

Participation in the program is voluntary. Additionally, SEPs:

  • Create measurable environmental or public health impacts.
  • Benefit the geographic area impacted by the violation.
  • Do not require a media nexus (for example, an air violation settlement may include a SEP to benefit water quality).
Resources
 
2018 PDC Energy SEP Community Process
See which projects were funded.

 
SEP Basics
What are they and how do they work?

Submit an idea
Have a great idea for a SEP? Tell us about it. To use the form, you'll need Microsoft® Word™ 2007 or higher.


Department SEP Policy
Our official policy for these projects.
 
Contact
Lauren McDonell
SEP Coordinator
lauren.mcdonell@state.co.us
(303) 692-2979