Warren has been a Public Health Engineer with Tri-County Health Department since 1990, and has been registered as a Professional Engineer in Colorado since 1982. He earned a Bachelor of Science-Civil Engineering from the University of Wyoming and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver. He oversees the Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) program, reviews and comments on land use referrals from counties and cities, and reviews plans for water, wastewater and solid waste facilities. He revised OWTS Regulations in 1996, 2002 and 2011, served on various state committees on OWTS in Colorado, and served as President of the Colorado Professionals in Onsite Wastewater (CPOW).
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Mike Weakley works as the Water Program Supervisor at Tri-County Health Department which serves Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. He has been with the Department since 2008 and previously worked as an Environmental Health Specialist. He has a B.S. in Biological Science from Colorado State University and a M.A.S. in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver. His work involves various water related programs but his focus is compliance with the design and installation of On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems. Outside of work, Mike can be found on the ski hill in the winter and the golf course in the summer.
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Charlotte Hampson graduated from CSU with her BS in Environmental Health in the spring of 2013. She completed her capstone internship with the Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health Department at which time she got to experience a variety of different areas such as wastewater management, water quality, air quality, emergency planning, food safety, hazardous waste management, zoonosis and environmental health planning. After her internship she was hired on full time to work as an Environmental Health Specialist – Generalist Inspector for Clear Creek County. As of September 2015, Charlotte is the Environmental Health Manager for Clear Creek County.
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Mitch is a Senior Environmental Health Specialist with Jefferson County Public Health, where his primary responsibilities involve food safety, child care sanitation, pool inspections, onsite wastewater, and lead poisoning prevention. He graduated from CSU with his BS in Environmental Health and his Masters in Public Health from the University of Florida. He has experience working for various agencies and companies, such as Larimer County Department of Health and Environment, the URS Corporation, Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health, and Jefferson County Public Health.
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