Spring Back Colorado, the Commerce City nonprofit, is desperately trying to figure out how to recycle pocket-coil mattresses affordably. It’s a challenge for the entire industry, even in states with mattress recycling laws.
Regional office agrees with protest comments and demands changes from state air pollution officials, after similar objections last year
State health officials say Cotter Corp., which ran a uranium milling operation there for decades, will return to manage the site until cleanup is complete
Medical anthropologist Dána-Ain Davis coined the term “obstetric racism” in 2018 after spending years interviewing Black women about their birthing experiences
The 2015 spill damaged the Animas and San Juan rivers, and Colorado wildlands are still paying the price.
A new state law directs Colorado’s Division of Criminal Justice to hire a third-party auditor to evaluate the finances of halfway houses every five years, including the costs imposed on residents of the facilities.
Cultivando, an Adams County environmental nonprofit advocating for Latino communities, released the results of their yearlong air monitoring program and called for stricter industry regulations
Gas prices that rose when Colorado’s only petroleum refinery closed are expected to drop. But residents who’ve dealt with Suncor’s pollution for decades aren’t so thrilled — and they have a plan.
Colorado Legacy Land was paid in 2018 to take over remediation of one of the slowest Superfund cleanups in the U.S. and a uranium mine leaking into Ralston Creek west of Denver
PFAS levels in locally caught fish are “staggeringly high” according to the Environmental Working Group researchers, and Colorado has no fish consumption guidelines