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Background Information

Employment History

Environmental Protection Specialist

Colorado Department of Public Health


Training and Outreach Coordinator

Colo. Dept. of Public Health & Environment


Colorado Department of Health


Web References(11 Total References)


www.aircarecolorado.com

Written by Gary Cagle, Ph.D., Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Air Pollution Control Division, Mobile Sources Section.


www.gatewaycleanair.com [cached]

by Gary Cagle, Ph.D. Gary Cagle is an environmental protection specialist at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division, Mobile Sources Section.


www.aircarecolorado.com [cached]

Gary Cagle, training and outreach coordinator for CDPHE, said the award will be given weekly, but only if there is a technician who performed a repair that meets the program's criteria.
To be considered for Top Tech status, both the shop and photo of Gary Cagle and Rodney Scohy CDPHE's Gary Cagle congratulates Top Tech Rodney Scohy at Rodine's Auto Service. "Not every repair, no matter how well done, qualifies a technician for the Top Tech award," said Cagle. "For example I got a submission just today where the emissions went from 225 grams to 20 grams. I consider that significant," Cagle said, "however, if the reduction was 22 grams to 14 grams, no." Also, any missing information on the form will disqualify the repair," Cagle said. The format he is looking for should be standard practice for any shop that does emissions repair. It also asks for the customer's name and phone number so CDPHE can ensure that customer satisfaction has been met, Cagle said.


www.obdiicsu.com [cached]

3 Part Presentation by Gary Cagle, formerly of the Colorado Department of Health and Environment.


www.aircarecolorado.com [cached]

Written by Gary Cagle, Ph.D., Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Air Pollution Control Division, Mobile Sources Section.


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