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Drilling plans near Denver's superfund site spark environmental concerns

Drilling plans near Denver's superfund site spark environmental concerns

A Colorado oil company's plan to drill near the Aurora Reservoir and a Superfund site is causing alarm over potential water contamination risks.

Jennifer Oldham reports for Capital & Main.

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Drilling proposal near Denver's suburbs sparks health concerns

Drilling proposal near Denver's suburbs sparks health concerns

In Aurora, new oil and gas drilling plans near a Superfund site prompt community calls for stricter regulations and impact studies.

Jennifer Oldham reports for Capital & Main.

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Chemical industry fights Superfund tax
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Chemical industry spends millions lobbying against Superfund tax

The American Chemistry Council spent $130 million over two years on government lobbying, including against revived Superfund tax.
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EPA to evaluate climate change's impact on Smurfit-Stone cleanup

The Environmental Protection Agency announced it will conduct a Climate Vulnerability Assessment starting later this month at the former pulp and paper mill.

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‘A layer cake of environmental pollution’: Greenpoint struggles with rezoning 18 years on

New York City's vision of replacing a contaminated industrial shoreline with a community of luxury towers remains incomplete — and may now be threatened by sea level rise.
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Extreme rainfall exacerbates pollution threat from Oklahoma Superfund site

For generations, the ground beneath Ottawa County, Oklahoma, was mined for lead and zinc. The mines closed half a century ago, but some of the pollution they created remains.

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Los Angeles taps contaminated aquifers at Superfund sites to boost drinking water supplies

Los Angeles is nearly finished with a $600 million project in the east San Fernando Valley that will turn contaminated groundwater from Superfund sites into drinking water for as many as 261,000 households annually.

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