Environmental Protection Agency
A body discovered in Colorado’s Larimer County has been identified as that of a woman who was seen swept away by massive floodwaters on Sept. 13.
Americans are fed up with Congress. The approval rating for Congress has been dropping for some time, but it hit rock bottom with the government shutdown.
Regulators say an administrative judge has found a company liable for violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act at a disposal well on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation.
Environmental regulators say Dallas-based Reddy Ice Corp. has agreed to pay $61,500 to settle allegations of deficiencies at the ice maker’s facility in north Denver.
The Alamosa County Economic Development Corp. has won a $200,000 grant to help clean up the site of the former Pink Elephant and other businesses on Sixth Street.
This spring, runny eyes and a stuffed up nose may not be the result of seasonal allergens.
A cement manufacturer in Lyons has agreed to pay a $1 million fine and to install controls to decrease its emissions of the pollutant nitrogen oxide, the U.S. Justice Department and the Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday.
In just a couple of months old televisions and computer monitors will no longer be allowed in dumpsters and landfills. A new law that goes into effect in July will require that all old electronics be recycled.
Local officials in Parachute are confident the flow of an oil-like liquid near a natural gas processing plant will not affect the town’s water.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.