The PCAPP team fulfills this commitment by adhering to numerous local, state and federal laws and regulations. This includes the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, which gives the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency authority to control hazardous waste, including generation, transportation, treatment, storage and disposal, to protect human health and the environment.
In addition, PCAPP operates under a hazardous waste permit from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This permit was granted after numerous Army studies determined the destruction of the stockpile would have no significant impacts to human health or the environment. Throughout the lifecycle of the plant, any major permit modifications require a public comment period and approval by the state. We welcome your feedback and encourage your participation in this process.
Learn more about our permits and environmental activities by accessing the links and information on this page, or by contacting the Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 546-0400.