Poppy Staub

Margaret "Poppy" Staub is a Senior Principal based in Colorado with more than 28 years of experience focused on regulatory compliance, water quality, permitting, integrated management systems and sustainable business  practices for a wide variety of industrial clients including mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, extractive metallurgy, medical, and mountain resorts.

Margaret "Poppy" Staub is a Senior Principal based in Colorado with more than 28 years of experience focused on regulatory compliance, water quality, permitting, integrated management systems and sustainable business  practices for a wide variety of industrial clients including mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, extractive metallurgy, medical, and mountain resorts.


Poppy supports corporate clients on high-level strategy with respect to multi-media environmental, health and safety regulatory obligations. She specializes in working with the mining industry on challenging water quality permitting and water management matters in the state of Colorado.

Working with several clients on successful implementation of ISO 14000 and OHSAS 18001 certifications, she has been involved with numerous corporate level projects designed to bridge agency and company relationships and has assisted in developing and integrating corporate-level management system procedures into facility-level work practices. To advance the state of the practice, Poppy has authored papers regarding performance-based management systems, acid mine drainage treatment, voluntary cleanup projects, and sustainable mining practices. She has been a guest lecturer at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and U.S. EPA and has been asked to speak at several functions promoting the use of management systems as a method to improve environmental performance and compliance.

Contact Margaret "Poppy" Staub at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +1-720-509-8900.

Career Summary of Poppy Staub

  • Specialties: Regulatory Compliance; Mining and Energy Services; Environmental Management Systems; Compliance and Systems Auditing; Water Quality Permitting and Policy
  • Practice Areas: Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup, Environmental Management, Water Management
  • Disciplines: Environmental Engineering, Geological Engineering, Water Resources Engineering
  • Education: M.B.A., Business Administration, University of Denver, 2001; M.S., Ecological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, 1992; B.A., Geology, Colorado College, 1989

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