Colorado health officials have written draft air-quality permits for what would be the first new uranium mill in the U.S. in more than 30 years.
After a lengthy and contentious approval process, the state has granted a license for construction to begin on the first new uranium mill in the U.S. in more than 30 years.
Following a judge’s order, Colorado health officials say they will hold an adjudicatory public hearing on a license application for the proposed Pinon Ridge uranium mill.
A Telluride-based citizens group is asking a judge to revoke a license for what would be the country’s first new conventional uranium mill in more than 25 years.
What’s being planned for a desolate valley in southwestern Colorado is creating both hope for the economy and despair for the environment.