Colorado Sun

What do the EPA’s new drinking water limits for PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” mean for Colorado?

by Colorado Sun | March 15, 2023
Advocates of tougher PFAS regulation urged the EPA and other federal agencies to make grants and low-cost loans available to local water districts to build new systems. Billions of dollars for drinking water were included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act ...

New EPA guidelines on PFAS “forever chemicals” put Frisco far over drinking water limits

by Colorado Sun | July 12, 2022
The EPA’s weeks-old revised guidelines, which are not meant to be enforceable local regulations but guidance for state water officials, “are saying there is virtually no safe level of PFOA and PFOS,” two discontinued varieties of the common consumer and firefighting chemicals, said ...

Opinion: An alarm is raised, little is done, and employees flee

by Colorado Sun | July 8, 2022
Fed up with the state’s failure to regulate air permits and after years of quietly watching the quality of Colorado’s air decline, about a year ago three state employees bravely came forward. The whistleblowers called out the state Air Pollution Control Division for rubber-stamping ...

Colorado air pollution panel fails to fix whistleblower complaints, environmentalists say

by Colorado Sun | June 7, 2022
Environmental groups say a state science and policy panel failed to fix problems tagged by whistleblowers that the state broke EPA rules in how it sets pollution caps for companies, and that now the state will continue to rubber stamp unlawful permits and harmful emissions. The advisory ...

Colorado finds “forever chemicals” PFAS in 100% of fish sampled in three big counties

by Colorado Sun | April 22, 2022
Fountain, where the El Paso fish samples were taken, had to shut down its municipal water supply in 2015 after PFAS was detected, replacing it with supplies from a cleaner Pueblo Reservoir. The city eventually began treating its water sources with PFAS-removing materials supplied by the U ...
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