Experts say removing PFAS from drinking water will cost billions. Small and poor communities will be hit hard.
Lawmakers and environmental groups say state agencies move far too slow while ozone violations pile up, and want to dictate executive action
Picking through what’s left behind by high-season tourists will help towns in San Miguel County figure out how to change what people toss and why
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
Terumo sterilizes life-saving medical equipment with a powerful, highly toxic chemical. A growing list of U.S. plaintiffs seek damages for emissions of ethylene oxide.
PFAS levels in locally caught fish are “staggeringly high” according to the Environmental Working Group researchers, and Colorado has no fish consumption guidelines
The EPA is using the Civil Rights Act to probe whether Colorado’s regulation of major polluters, like Suncor, discriminates against minority residents
Activists say the money fills a gaps on toxic releases left open by state inaction
The agency’s brownfields program just came into lots of new money. And they want rural and small-town Colorado to help spend it.
New state assessment shows big gaps in goals for transportation emissions and lag in finalizing closures of fossil fuel power plants