News Release | Environment Colorado

Taxpayers Pay To Clean Up After Polluters At Nation's Toxic Waste Sites

American taxpayers will pay more than $1.2 billion to clean up after polluters at Superfund toxic waste sites across the country in 2006, according to a new analysis released today by Environment Colorado.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado Farms Are Vanishing

A new report, released today by Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center, analyzes agricultural land loss and the statewide environmental and economic impacts.

News Release | Environment Colorado

State Senate Votes To Protect Colorado's Air Quality

Hours ago, the Colorado senate voted to give Colorado more authority to protect air quality and public health. At a press conference yesterday, bill sponsor Senator Dan Grossman, explained why this legislation is so important.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Polluters Foul Colorado's Waters

More than 48 percent of industrial and municipal facilities across Colorado discharged more pollution into our waterways than their Clean Water Act permits allow between July 2003 and December 2004, according to "Troubled Waters: An Analysis Of Clean Water Act Compliance", a new report released today by Environment Colorado.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Energy-Saving Appliance Standards Would Cut Natural Gas, Electricity Waste; Save Colorado Consumers More Than $1 Billion

From light bulbs to office water coolers to DVD players, new appliance energy efficiency standards could save the state’s consumers and businesses millions of dollars, ease pressure on high natural gas prices, improve electric system reliability, and cut global warming pollution, according to a report released today by Environment Colorado and authored by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP).

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