Pollution Prevention Advisory Board

The board develops pollution prevention goals and objectives; reviews environmental regulatory programs, laws and policies to identify opportunities and incentives; provides direction for pollution prevention outreach, education, training and technical assistance programs; and supports non-regulatory public and private efforts that promote pollution prevention. The board approves pollution prevention grants, as well as recycling grants and rebates. The Pollution Prevention Advisory Board Assistance Committee is part of the board and assists with awarding recycling grants and rebates.

Accepting applications

We are currently accepting applications for new Pollution Prevention Advisory Board members. The open positions are:

  • Local government representative
  • Community organization representative
  • Environmental group representative (2 openings)

If you would like to join this important group, please complete the online application and select Pollution Prevention Advisory Board in the board dropdown menu. If you have any questions about the board or its duties, please contact Kendra Appelman-Eastvedt, at kendra.appelman-eastvedt@state.co.us, or by phone at 720-588-0040. You may also visit the board member web page for additional information.

Upcoming meetings


Pollution Prevention Advisory Board

The Pollution Prevention Advisory Board meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the board will be meeting virtually for the foreseeable future.

Next Pollution Prevention Advisory Board meeting is on October 26, 2021, 9:00 a.m. to noon.

Reduce subcommittee

No upcoming subcommittee meetings.

Assistance committee

The PPAB assistance committee is an independent, 13 member committee of waste diversion experts, established in statute to make recommendations to the board regarding awarding awarding RREO grants and rebates. Recycling Grants and Rebates The RREO program offers grants and rebate funding opportunities throughout the state.



Kendra Appelman-Eastvedt