Do you understand the impact of Colorado’s recent policies and plans to regulate new and historical discharges of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on your organization? In 2019, Colorado legislature developed a PFAS Action Plan outlining the state’s initiatives and activities to protect Coloradans from risks posed by PFAS. Colorado’s compliance timeline is aggressive; with the most recent deadline of June 1, 2021, a subsequent mandate starting on August 2, 2021, and more to follow in the upcoming years.
Read the TRC Colorado PFAS Regulations Update White Paper to learn:
- Status and details of the Colorado PFAS Action Plan
- Explanation of the possible impact to your organization
- Insights and expertise that can help you navigate the new regulations specifically in Colorado.
Continuous new regulations can be expected, as the risks associated with PFAS continue to gain the attention of state and federal legislative bodies alike as more products are identified as containing these potentially harmful chemicals. Look to TRC for updates on new and evolving regulatory updates and the solutions to help you address PFAS issues at your organization.