Bear Creek Reservoir Control Regulation #74 (5 CCR 1002-74) The Association helps implement the State of Colorado regulation that has water quality goals, assigns wasteload allocations to wastewater treatment plants, requires nutrient management, requires a monitoring program, and calls for the Association membership to use control strategies to protect all classified waters and uses within the Bear Creek Watershed.

 

Other Colorado State water quality regulations that affect the Association management programs:

 

Regulation 22: Site Location and Design Approval Regulations for Domestic Wastewater Treatment Works

Regulation 31: The Basic Standards and Methodologies for Surface Water

Regulation 38: Classifications and Numeric Standards for South Platte River Basin

Regulation 43: On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Regulation

Regulation 85: Nutrient Management Control Regulation

Regulation 93: 303(d) List of Impaired waters and monitoring list of parameters of concern

 

74.1   AUTHORITY

The Water Quality Control Commission is authorized by sections 25-8-202(1)(c) and 25-8-205, C.R.S. to promulgate control regulations which describe prohibitions, standards, concentrations, and effluent limitations on the extent of specifically identified pollutants that any person may discharge into any specified class of state waters.

Manager - Russell Clayshulte

M: 303-638-4931

rclayshulte@earthlink.net

2020 Association Officers:

Co-Chairs Alan Searcy City of Lakewood; Tony Langowski, Evergreen Metro District

BCWA Financial Officers – David Lighthart, Alan Searcy, Patrick O’Connell, Chris Schauder, and Tony Langowski