Cotter Corp. has completed a pipeline to help protect Ralston Creek from a contaminated uranium mine west of Denver.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says an agreement has been reached with Cotter Corp. to resolve a dispute over financial assurance and remedial actions necessary to clean up the company’s CaInon City Uranium Mill.
Colorado mining regulators are getting impatient over enforcement of a court order that Cotter Corp. clean up a mine leaking uranium into a creek that serves a drinking-water reservoir.
Colorado regulators are demanding that a uranium mining company locate the source of uranium contamination that has polluted water supplies for three water providers.
The managers of a uranium mill are asking state regulators to let them stop testing a leaking radioactive pond because conditions are too dangerous for workers.
Cotter Corp. plans to initiate testing next month to determine the how much of a cancer-causing chemical is in the groundwater near its Canon City uranium mill.