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Transients board Utah-to-Texas locomotive, cause emergency stop 25.8.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. » Three transients hopped aboard a locomotive on a train hauling hazardous materials and triggered the brakes, bringing it to a halt in a western Colorado canyon, authorities said.
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Firm to pay $50K worth of school chemical clean-ups 22.8.2009 azcentral.com | news
Heritage Environmental Services pay a total of $125,000 over pollution violations near Coolidge.
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Soapbox 13.8.2009 Durango Telegraph
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Town ceases to exist after Superfund cleanup 9.8.2009 Durango Herald
URAVAN - The sign outside Naturita reads "Uravan 15."
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Puzzling trout decline on Eagle River 5.8.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
Heavy runoff. Overharvest. Urbanization. Pollution. All or none of the above.
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Danish firm to be first at Bingham Junction 5.8.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
It's the last major parcel of developable land in the Salt Lake Valley. And on Tuesday, the first shovels-full of earth were turned to mark the beginning of a global corporation's office/laboratory complex on the edge of what was once a contaminated 203-acre site.
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Riddle refuses to learn fracing danger 4.8.2009 Durango Herald
I teach international water law and international environmental law overseas. When I come home to Colorado, I come home to a state that has more than 20 active Superfund sites, nine of which involve contaminated groundwater. The damage done to the Durango community by the Smelter Mountain disaster, which became a Superfund site, is incalculable. I would expect everyone in this county to be highly
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State seeks oversight of superfund site 31.7.2009 azcentral.com | news
Agency filed a request in U.S. District Court to take over supervision of groundwater cleanup of a Phoenix superfund site.
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UPDATED: State Environment Department Handling Chemicals Found at UNM 24.7.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Someone left 68 containers of chemicals on a sidewalk outside the University of New Mexico's chemistry building — including some chemicals listed by Homeland Security as items that should be tracked.
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Landfill threat stinks 17.7.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
It's outrageous — again.
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EPA writing rules for mine cleanups 14.7.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Denver » The Environmental Protection Agency, complying with a court order, will develop a rule to guarantee companies that mine everything from copper to uranium will pay for needed environmental cleanup, not taxpayers.
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Health authorities taking old TVs for disposal 10.7.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake valley health authorities say they've collected tons of old analog televisions for disposal. They're still taking the obsolete TVs on select days this summer until Sept.
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Public Asked To Comment on LANL's Waste Permit 9.7.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Public Asked To Comment on LANL's Waste Permit
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Electronic waste piling up 2.7.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Some Utahns get the message that electronic waste is bad for the environment, and some don't. On the one hand, there's the guy pulled over by a ranger a couple of months ago driving out onto public lands with 15 computer monitors in the bed of his pickup.
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Feds: N.M. Well Water Not Apparent Health Hazard 1.7.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Well water near a Superfund site in western New Mexico's uranium belt poses no apparent health risk despite an earlier report that called the site of Homestake Mining Co.'s former mill a hazard, federal officials said.
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UPDATED: Feds Say Western N.M. Well Water Not Apparent Health Hazard 30.6.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Well water near a Superfund site in western New Mexico's uranium belt poses no apparent health risk despite an earlier report that called the site of Homestake Mining Co.'s former mill a hazard, federal officials said.
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Ugly e-waste piling up in Utah 27.6.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
  Some Utahns get the message that electronic waste is bad for the environment, and some don't. On the one hand, there's the guy pulled over by a ranger a couple of months ago driving out to public lands with 15 computer monitors in the back of his pickup.
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Superfund site goes green 26.6.2009 Durango Herald
COMMERCE CITY - Once a Superfund site that was the U.S. military's biggest chemical weapons factory, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is getting a "green" visitor's center that will be an urban showpiece for the American West's wildlife system.
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N.M. Begins Cleanup at Superfund Site in Carrizozo 25.6.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
SANTA FE - The state Environment Department has started cleaning up the Cimarron Mining Corp. Superfund site in southern New Mexico.
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Rocky Mountain Arsenal gets $7.4M wildlife center 18.6.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Area was once a Superfund site that was the U.S. military's biggest chemical weapons factory
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