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Category Archives: Environmental Protection Agency

Gov. John Hickenlooper, Gov. Brian Sandoval to receive leadership award from Western Resource Advocates

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will lauded for their conservation leadership by Boulder-based Western Resource Advocates Sept. 8 at the History Colorado Center in Denver.

EPA targets problem-plagued Colorado May Day project to revive mining

Colorado still harbors hopes of revived mining with state regulators backing a problem-plagued May Day project west of Durango that this week became the target of an Environmental Protection Agency lawsuit alleging desecration of mountain wetlands. If problems are fixed, the state natural resources officials said, Wildcat Mining Corp. of Florida could still move ahead with extraction of gold, silver and other minerals.

EPA gives another $710,000 to entities hurt by Gold King spill

The EPA said it is reimbursing state, local and Native American tribal officials for costs associated with the Gold King Mine spill.

Criminal investigation into Gold King spill confirmed; EPA has dedicated $29M in response

Federal authorities have confirmed a criminal investigation has been underway into the Gold King Mine spill, saying their probe is still ongoing and involves prosecutors.

What’s next for the Gold King mine, one year after the disaster?

A year after the Gold King Mine disaster that dumped millions of gallons of toxic sludge into the Animas River, EPA crews are still preparing to stabilize the mine to gain access for cleanup.

Colorado Sen. Gardner joins push for EPA reimbursements

Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner joined fellow lawmakers Thursday in a push to ensure faster Environmental Protection Agency reimbursement of counties for costs related to the Gold King Mine disaster.

EPA reaches agreement with Denver-area contractors over lead paint issues

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced agreements Tuesday with two Denver-area contractors over alleged violations of lead-based paint rules covering renovations of homes built before 1978.

Drinking water in three Colorado cities contaminated with toxic chemicals above EPA limits

Invisible toxic chemicals are contaminating drinking water for 80,000 people south of Colorado Springs, one of 63 areas nationwide where the chemicals widely used to fight petroleum fires have been measured at levels the EPA deems dangerous.

EPA Gold King Mine coordinator retires as Animas water, soil tests begin

Environmental Protection Agency’s Steve Way, who is the on-site coordinator at the Gold King and other mines contaminating Animas River headwaters, is retiring as the feds begin soil and water tests ahead of a Superfund cleanup.

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