Reclaimed water stakeholders

Reg. 84 Improvements Stakeholder Process

The Water Quality Control Division is conducting a stakeholder process to consider improvements to Regulation 84. Any changes would be proposed to the Water Quality Control Commission in Spring 2022. The goal of the division’s proposed changes would be to improve the regulation, make general clarifications and corrections (including policies such as Water Quality Policy 25 and application forms and guidelines), improve efficiency in the reclaimed water program and reduce repetitiveness in the regulation. Details about the first stakeholder meeting are below, and all future meeting information will be listed on this website.    

We look forward to hearing from you and your perspectives and experiences with Regulation 84. 

Stakeholder Meetings

Upcoming meetings

The division has scheduled the following upcoming stakeholder meetings. More information will be forthcoming.

  • September 24, 2020 (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.)
  • October, 22, 2020 (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.)

Online participation: Attend via Zoom  (You must download Zoom to participate)

The Zoom meetings will open at 12:30 pm so stakeholders have the opportunity to test Zoom functions beforehand. 

Conference Call

Call-in:  1-669-900-6833

Meeting ID:  836 1413 5589


Previous stakeholder meetings 

Stakeholder meeting materials

All additional available meeting materials are available on the department’s public Google drive

Additional Regulation 84 stakeholder efforts

Food Crops and Hemp stakeholder process

The Water Quality Control Commission conducted a rule making process to approve the uses of food crop and hemp irrigation. Information about the rule making process, documents and commission materials can be found in the links below.

Aurora Water’s stakeholder process- oil and gas exploration

Aurora Water is conducting a public stakeholder process regarding the use of reclaimed water for oil and gas exploration and production to propose to the commission for a rule making hearing scheduled for August 20, 2020. The Water Quality Control Division will be a party to this rule making and will participate in all meetings during the stakeholder process. The division’s role is to ensure that the provisions that are proposed to Regulation 84 protect public health and the environment, and advise on how to properly use reclaimed water for oil and gas exploration and production.

Sign-up

If you would like to receive information about Regulation 84, please use this online sign-up form to join our email list.

Brandi Honeycutt

303-692-6357

brandi.honeycutt@state.co.us