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Melanie J. Granberg, Esq.

Melanie J. Granberg is an attorney and practices environmental law with the firm of Gablehouse Calkins & Granberg, LLC in Denver, Colorado.  Her practice includes advising clients in a broad variety of environmental matters including such topics as CERCLA and RCRA; asbestos, mold and methamphetamine cleanups; land use challenges and applications; buying and selling contaminated property; litigation and other environmental matters.

Ms. Granberg is currently a member of the Colorado Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission, a position that is appointed by the Governor and subject to Senate confirmation.  She has served as President of the Colorado Hazardous Waste Management Society and is presently still a member of CHWMS.  She is a founding member of the Colorado Association of Mold and Meth Professionals.  Ms. Granberg is a member of the Jefferson County Local Emergency Planning Committee and has considerable experience working with local and state agencies on emergency planning programs.  She has also worked closely with the Colorado Emergency Planning Commission on a variety of state-wide emergency planning issues.

Ms. Granberg has lectured in Lucknow, India and Beijing, China concerning emergency planning for chemical accidents.  She has also served on advisory committees to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division concerning the development of regulations pertaining to methamphetamine lab remediation and asbestos in soils.  She also served as a member of the Colorado Board of Health’s School Toxics Advisory Committee.  This Committee was formed to evaluate the scope and nature of safety issues associated with chemical storage, use and disposal in schools.