Safety, Regulations & Information

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Why Choose Us

With over 20 years of experience in hazardous material management, we have earned a reputation for excellence in compliance with the strict health and safety practices demanded by federal, state, and local regulatory agencies. We are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees and customers through comprehensive health and safety practices and strict adherence to regulatory compliance standards.

With a deep focus on accident prevention and maintaining a safe work environment as we provide our services, we strive to exceed industry standards in every aspect of our operations. We are a proud 8-time recipient of the cost containment certificate recipient from the State of Colorado. When you choose us, you can trust that your project will be handled with the utmost care and attention to detail, keeping you and your community safe.


We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standards of expertise and professionalism in our industry. Our certifications demonstrate our commitment to excellence and our dedication to providing safe and effective services to our clients. You can download copies of our certifications here.

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Meth & Fentanyl Afflicted Properties Cleanup

Region 8 Enviro, LLC is certified to provide cleanup and abatement services for properties affected by methamphetamine and fentanyl by the state of Colorado. This certification ensures that our team has the necessary training and expertise to safely and effectively remediate properties contaminated with these hazardous substances, protecting both occupants and the environment.

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Lead-Safe Certified Firm

Region 8 Enviro, LLC is a Lead-Safe Certified firm accredited by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for lead-based paint renovation, repair, and painting activities under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Section 402. This certification signifies our ability to conduct lead-related work in compliance with federal regulations, safeguarding the health and well-being of our clients and their communities.

Health & Safety Resources

As professionals in Universal Waste Recycling and Environmental Services, we understand the inherent risks and hazards involved in our daily operations; those risks are shared with our clients. Whether it’s handling fluorescent bulb recycling on a college campus or conducting asbestos abatement in an apartment complex, our team encounters dangerous materials and hazardous environments regularly. Consequently, we have amassed extensive knowledge on navigating safety in such challenging scenarios and are committed to sharing our expertise to benefit your operations.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of resources available online and unsure of where to begin, the links below are excellent starting points. From educational materials to practical advice, we’re dedicated to helping you prioritize safety in your workplace.

When it comes to regulatory compliance for you and your busines, adherence to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards is paramount. Businesses dealing with hazardous materials must not only implement safety precautions but also maintain records and communicate essential information to employees and relevant organizations. OSHA regulations include proper handling of hazardous materials, recordkeeping, and communication protocols.

For comprehensive health and safety resources, we recommend exploring reputable sources such as (all links send you off-site):

  • OSHA: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration provides guidelines, training materials, and regulatory information to ensure workplace safety.
  • EPA: The Environmental Protection Agency offers resources on hazardous waste management, environmental regulations, and pollution prevention strategies.
  • Your state’s Departments of Health and Environment: State-level agencies are key in the regulation and enforcement environmental regulations, providing valuable insights into local compliance requirements.
  • FMCSA: The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration provides guidance on transporting hazardous materials safely, including regulatory compliance and training resources.

By investing in education and training for yourself and your stakeholders, you can enhance your business’ safety culture, mitigate risks, and promote a healthier work environment. Together, let’s prioritize safety and compliance to foster a safer, more sustainable future for all.

Regulation & Compliance Resources

Ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local regulations is integral to our operations at Region 8 Enviro, LLC, and we encourage all of our clients to stay informed about changes and updates to the regulations that impact their specific business. To learn more about federal regulations that govern hazardous material management, we recommend exploring resources provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Transportation (DOT), and state-level entities such as the Colorado Department of Health & Environment.

For general updates from the EPA, you can subscribe to EPA Region 8 specific updates here.

SDS Sheets

Hazard Communication Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are essential documents that provide information on the hazards of chemical products. This OSHA brief on SDS requirements can help you understand the imporance of SDS as well as what information they provide. As part of our own commitment to transparency and safety, we maintain a comprehensive SDS binder on-site at our facilities with detailed information on the products we handle.

To access SDS sheets for specific products, we recommend using databases like the free SDS search from Chemical Safety Software or any of the resources recommended by the National Institutes of Health. It’s your right to know about the materials present on your premises, and SDS sheets play a crucial role in emergency preparedness for your business, your employees, and your customers.

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