The LEPC is a creature of federal law. Its membership and officers are determined by the committee members and subject to approval by the Colorado Emergency Planning Commission. The membership is a broad cross-section of facilities, response agencies, and members of the public.
PDF Downloads and Informational Links
- NASTTPO CFATS Information
- NASTTPO LEPC White Paper
- NASTTPO website
- LEPCs in the modern world
- EPCRA Through Time
- What should be our expectations of LEPCs?
- CEPC Advice and Guidance for Colorado LEPCs
- Regulations Pertaining to the Cleanup of Methamphetamine Laboratories (CDPHE)
- CDPHE Tier 2 Website
- Tier 2 Submit Required in Colorado
- School Lab Chemical Detonation – (Real Media Player required)
- Photos of Chemicals Found in School Labs
- School Chemical Safety
- Colorado LEPC Handbook
The primary function of the LEPC is administration of the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) . We are also very active in the Risk Management Planning that facilities are required to perform under the Accidental Release Prevention Program at §112(r) of the Clean Air Act. We are currently creating a local implementation model for this program under a grant from U.S. EPA.