Environmental Health and Sustainability
Division of Environmental Health and Sustainability (DEHS) consists of programs implementing a variety of services for CDPHE to protect and improve Colorado environment and human health.
Colorado Green Business Network, Household Medication Take-Back, pollution prevention, recycling grants and incentives, SARA Title III programs, Small Business Ombudsman and supplemental environmental programs.
Food Safety and Licensing
Information on cottage foods, industrial hemp, manufactured food, milk program, retail food, food safety regulations and assisted living food safety regulations.
Register as manufactured food facility Apply for industrial hemp registration Received an invoice? Pay it online
Environmental Agriculture Program
The Environmental Agriculture program focuses on permitting and compliance assurance at Colorado's animal feeding operations. Information on regulations, best management practices, forms, reporting, and composting.
Information about swimming pools and mineral baths regulation and recreational water illnesses.
Swimming pools regulation: 5 CCR 1003-5
Toxicology and Environmental Epidemiology
The Toxicology and Environmental Epidemiology Office works to identify sources of concern in the environment and identify potential public health impacts. The office also serves as an important bridge between public health and environmental programs at the state and local levels.
Information about artificial tanning devices and for artificial tanning facilities.
Artificial tanning registration