C.R.S. Section 25-16-308
Environmental assessment

  • requirements


The department may only accept environmental assessments under this part 3 that are prepared by a qualified environmental professional. A qualified environmental professional is a person with education, training, and experience in preparing environmental studies and assessments.


The environmental assessment described in section 25-16-304 (2)(a) shall include the following information:


The legal description of the site and a map identifying the location and size of the property;


The physical characteristics of the site and areas contiguous to the site, including the location of any surface water bodies and groundwater aquifers;


The location of any wells located on the site or on areas within a one-half mile radius of the site and a description of the use of those wells;


The current and proposed use of on-site groundwater;


The operational history of the site and the current use of areas contiguous to the site;


The present and proposed uses of the site;


Information concerning the nature and extent of any contamination and releases of hazardous substances or petroleum products which have occurred at the site including any impacts on areas contiguous to the site;


Any sampling results or other data which characterizes the soil, groundwater, or surface water on the site; and


A description of the human and environmental exposure to contamination at the site based upon the property’s current use and any future use proposed by the property owner.

Source: Section 25-16-308 — Environmental assessment - requirements, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-25.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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