Cleanup Plans Proposed For Colorado's Eagle Mine SiteState and federal officials have proposed two cleanup initiatives for the existing Eagle Mine Superfund site in the Colorado mountains.
Oil Company Says It's Trying To Meet Clean-Air RegulationsAn energy company accused of air pollution violations in Colorado says it's trying to comply with government regulations and is disappointed that state and federal agencies went to court seeking fines.
Potentially Steep Pollution Fines For Colorado Oil ProducerThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state regulators are pursuing potentially steep fines of more than $100,000 a day against an oil and gas company for alleged air pollution violations at dozens of the company's oil tanks in a Colorado oil field.
Authorities Halt Testing Of PFCs Plume, Blame No EPA FundingOfficials confirmed Colorado health authorities have stopped monitoring the plume of groundwater contaminated with PFCs at levels exceeding a federal health advisory limit that is spreading south.
Investigators: EPA Had No Rules For Working At Risky MinesThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had no rules for working around old mines when the agency inadvertently triggered a massive spill from a Colorado mine that polluted rivers in three states, government investigators said Monday.
EPA Gives Fort Collins Extension To Meet Air StandardThe Environmental Protection Agency gave Fort Collins an extension to meet federal ozone standards.
Lamborn Says EPA May Reconsider Colorado Storm Water SuitU.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to drop a lawsuit against Colorado Springs over contaminated runoff that affects Pueblo County and downstream agriculture.
Lawmakers Want EPA To Pay For Toxic SpillColorado lawmakers want the federal government to pay for the costs related to a toxic spill in the southwest corner of the state that also impacted New Mexico.
Losses From Mine Spill May Be Less Than FearedEconomic damage from a Colorado mine waste spill caused by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency may be far less than originally feared after attorneys drastically reduced some of the larger claims, The Associated Press has learned.
Governor Reacts To Trump's Executive OrderGovernor Hickenlooper issued a statement after President Trump signed an executive order ending many of President Obama's efforts to curb global warming.
Gardner On Gold King Mine: 'Broken Promise After Broken Promise'Senator Cory Gardner is drawing attention back to the Gold King Mine spill, and the EPA's response.
Senate Confirms Scott Pruitt As EPA AdministratorThe Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

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