SWEP Speaker Luncheon with Jane Bral

March 26, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety
Petroleum Brownfields “That’s a Good Corner”
The Petroleum Cleanup and Redevelopment Fund (Redevelopment Fund), created within the Division of  Oil and Public Safety (OPS), is designed to catalyze the investigation and cleanup of contamination at abandoned and former gas stations and other petroleum storage tank properties. These sites are
common in almost every community throughout Colorado, many being unaddressed for decades. These former storage tank sites are generally not eligible to the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund (PSTF). The Redevelopment Fund can provide reimbursement to a property owner for costs incurred for tank removal, site assessment, cleanup.  The application process to become eligible to the Redevelopment Fund will be discussed along with some success stories.

Tuesday, March 26th

12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

Box lunch Included

Check in begins at 11:30 a.m.


Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety

633 17th St., Suite 500, Denver CO 80202

Members $20 / person ~ Non-members $25 / person

Cash or Checks at the check-in table only please

RSVP* by COB Friday, March 22nd to Mountainswep@gmail.com

* As we order lunches ahead of time, if you RSVP and cannot attend, please let us know by COB Friday March 22nd. If you do not give us notice and are a no show, we will kindly request that you pay for lunch

About the speaker:

Ms. Bral graduated from Ohio University in Athens, OH in 1980 with a BS in Geology and in 1984 with a MS in Hydrogeology. While earning her MS degree she worked part-time as an exploration geologist for a small oil company in Marietta, OH. After graduating with her MS degree, she worked with Environmental Science and Engineering (ESE) for 13 years in Gainesville, FL and Denver, CO doing petroleum and hazardous waste site assessment and remediation. In 1998 she founded Bral Environmental, Inc. that specializes in Phase I and II site assessments. In 1999 she joined the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment – Division of Oil and Public Safety (OPS) as an Environmental Protection Specialist in the Remediation Section where she oversaw the assessment and remediation of petroleum contaminated sites. In 2004 she began managing the Colorado Petroleum Storage Tank Fund that provides annual reimbursements of $35M to $40M. In 2017 she returned to the OPS Remediation Section and now, in addition to overseeing site asssessments and cleanups, she manages the Petroleum Cleanup and Redevelopment Fund which provides reimbursement for tank removals and assessment and cleanup of “Brownfields” sites that are not eligible to the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund.


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