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by Tom Philpott.Itâ€™snot just the State and Defense departments that are reeling this month
Colorado regulators are supporting an option to switch a coal-fired smokestack in Denver to run on natural gas.
AP - Colorado regulators are split on Xcel Energy's plan for cutting air pollution from coal-fired power plants by 2018.
Solera Apartments in downtown Denver held its grand opening last month with 30% occupancy and a steady flow of potential lessees. The 11-story, 120-unit project received LEED Gold certification -- believed to be the first for a project of this kind in the Rocky Mountain Region -- and was named Multi-family Project of the Year by Denver University's School of Real Estate. Beyond that, Solera is ...
EPA announces 2010 Enforcement and Compliance Results, includes summary for Mountains and Plains states (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY)
Mountains and Plains region actions contribute to national reduction of more than 1.4 billion pounds of harmful air, land and water pollution (Denver, Colo. – December 6, 2010) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today the release of its annual enforcement and compliance results...
Permit conditions will ensure protection of groundwater at Centennial uranium site(Denver, Colorado – December 3, 2010) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued an injection well permit to Powertech, (USA) Inc. that will enable the company to re-inject groundwater from an aquifer pump te...
A new Colorado Boulevard? Rendering by SALT Landscape Architects via bipedialityCalls for a Road Diet on Colorado Boulevard are growing, and beginning to become too loud to ignore.Â For those not familiar with the layout of the road, it currently spans six car travel lanes, provides on-street car parking, and features a seventeen foot [...]
An effort underway in western Colorado to build the first conventional uranium mill since the Cold War seems to be a welcome step toward energy independence, and we hope it gains a state permit by the beginning of next year.
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Even in the midst of the recession, environmental practices at ski resorts have been improving. That's according to a report from the Ski Area Citizens...