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Denver Environmental Health Department

Public Health Inspections


200 W. 14th Avenue, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80204
PHONE: 720-865-5401
FAX: 720-865-5532
www.denvergov.org/phi

Evolutionary Holdings
Alexandre Cahoj
5231 N Monroe St.
Denver, CO 80216

Observed pesticide application logs indicating Eagle 20 and other pesticides (not on the updated list
from the Colorado Department of Agriculture) being used in the facility. Employees verified the
use of Eagle 20 and other pesticides (not on the updated list from the Colorado Department of
Agriculture) being used on plants in the facility. Employees were able to verify by RFID number
for plants that had been treated based on the visit from 3/10/2015 and the report issued on
3/12/2015. The facility was able to provide further information regarding SDS information,
standard operating procedures and the current count of plants sprayed in the facility during the time
of the report issued on 3/16/2015.
This order supersedes the document issued on 3/16/2015.
Based upon our site visit and investigation of the premises, the Denver Department of
Environmental Health (DEH) finds sufficient evidence that marijuana plants or marijuana product
on the premises may have been contaminated by pesticides that have been determined by the
Colorado Department of Agriculture to be a violation to use on marijuana; therefore, DEH finds that
the presence of these possible pesticide residues on marijuana plants being cultivated for human
consumption either by inhalation or ingestion may pose a significant public health risk.
Given this evidence of possible pesticide contamination, and pursuant to the authority granted to the
department of environmental health to protect public health under DRMC 24-16 and 24-17, you
are ordered to hold all plants in the areas specified herein, specifically: Flower Room A Purple
Zone, Flower Room A Red Zone, and Flower Room B. All plants subject to this order shall
remain on hold until written approval is obtained from the Denver Department of Environmental
Health to lift the hold. During the period of the hold, the subject plants:
During the period of the hold:
1. The subject plants may be watered and maintained.
2. The subject plants must remain segregated from other, non-contaminated plants.
3. The subject plants may be harvested, but the resulting harvest must remain segregated
from other plants by RFID number and may not be commingled with the harvests from
any other plants. The harvested marijuana product must remain subject to the hold.
4. No clippings or clones may be taken from the subject plants until the hold is lifted.

The hold may be lifted in one of the following ways:


1. The DEH may issue a written order to lift the hold after the pesticide analysis done by
the Colorado Department of Agriculture yields a no detect result, so that DEH is
satisfied that the pesticide residue levels are insignificant and the marijuana plants are
safe for human consumption.
2. The DEH may issue a written order to lift the hold after the owner/manager of the
marijuana facility provides written documentation from an independent accredited
laboratory to satisfy the executive director of DEH that the marijuana plant/product is
safe for human consumption. The Department will evaluate any information provided
related to the safety of the plants.
3. The DEH may issue a written order to condemn the plants and/or product. This order
would be issued in conjunction with agents from the state Marijuana Enforcement
Division and the city Department of Excise and Licenses, so that subsequent destruction
of plants is done lawfully according to MED regulations.
4. The owner/manager of the marijuana facility agrees to voluntary destroy the plants, and
appropriately destroys the subject plants in accordance with MED regulations. The
owner/manager must contact DEH before proceeding with condemnation.
Please be advised that if the Department of Environmental finds sufficient evidence that your
facility is not strictly adhering to the conditions of the hold order, all plants in question may be
condemned and disposed of to protect public health.

City and County of Denver


Environmental Health Department
Public Health Inspections
Employee ID Number: 135625