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An overview of Colorado air regulations for municipal solid waste landfills : includes federal new source performance standards 40 CFR Part 60 subpart Cc and subpart WWW
An overview of Colorado air regulations for municipal solid waste landfills : includes federal new source performance standards 40 CFR Part 60 subpart Cc and subpart WWW
Solid waste landfills release air pollutants that are regulated by the Air Pollution Control Division. As the waste in a landfill decomposes, it breaks down to form landfill gases (LFGs), such as Methane (CH4 ), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and non-methane organic compounds (NMOC). Landfills also can produce smog causing volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and air toxics, pollutants known or suspected of causing cancer and other serious health effects. Particulate Matter (PM) emissions can also be generated in the form of fugitive dust created by mobile sources (i.e., garbage trucks) traveling along paved and unpaved surfaces., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed July 2017)
An overview of Colorado air regulations for small boilers including federal new source performance standards for boilers subject to 40 C.F.R. subpart Dc
An overview of Colorado air regulations for small boilers including federal new source performance standards for boilers subject to 40 C.F.R. subpart Dc
Steam generating units (boilers), that release air pollutants are regulated. This guidance document provides an overview of air emission report and permitting requirements for small boilers using distillate oil, residual oil, natural gas and liquid petroleum gas., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed July 2017)
An overview of Colorado air regulations for surface mining operations, concrete batch plants & hot mix asphalt plants
An overview of Colorado air regulations for surface mining operations, concrete batch plants & hot mix asphalt plants
Surface mining operations in Colorado, including sand and gravel pits, borrow pits, and quarries, as well as concrete batching operations and hot mix asphalt plants, release air pollutants that are regulated by the Air Pollution Control Division (Division) at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This document provides an overview of the air pollution reporting and permitting requirements that apply to these operations., "9/2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed July 2017)
An overview of Colorado air regulations for: land development
An overview of Colorado air regulations for: land development
Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2015)
Analysis of birth defect data in the vicinity of the Redfield plume area in southeast Denver County, 1989-1999
Analysis of birth defect data in the vicinity of the Redfield plume area in southeast Denver County, 1989-1999
Cover title., "December 2002.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 12)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases for the northeast Denver Metropolitan Area in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, 1979-1996
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases for the northeast Denver Metropolitan Area in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, 1979-1996
"January 2003.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 25-27) and statistics., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases for the northeast Denver Metropolitan Area in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, 1997-2000
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases for the northeast Denver Metropolitan Area in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, 1997-2000
"October 2003.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 25-27) and statistics., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases in the vicinity of the Colorado Lace Dry Cleaners plume area, 1979-1999
Analysis of diagnosed vs. expected cancer cases in the vicinity of the Colorado Lace Dry Cleaners plume area, 1979-1999
Cover title., Includes bibliographical references (p. 16)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of diagonosed vs. expected cancer cases in the vicinity of the Redfield plume area in southeast Denver County, 1979-1999
Analysis of diagonosed vs. expected cancer cases in the vicinity of the Redfield plume area in southeast Denver County, 1979-1999
Cover title., "December 2002.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 15)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of total maximum daily load (TMDL) for nitrate in the urban region of the South Platte River, with emphasis on segment 14
Analysis of total maximum daily load (TMDL) for nitrate in the urban region of the South Platte River, with emphasis on segment 14
This report summarizes the results of an analysis of nitrate concentrations in the South Platte River between Chatfield Dam and the Burlington Ditch headgate (Upper South Platte Segments 6c and 14). The analysis is applicable to present and future conditions. Because the context for the analysis is a TMDL for nitrate, all influences on loads and concentrations of nitrate are taken into account as fully as possible on the basis of monitoring data, effluent characteristics, or other pertinent information. The focus of the analysis is on low-flow conditions because critical concentrations of nitrate coincide with minimum availability of dilution for point-source discharges. For this reason, identification of critical low flows is a major component of the analysis., prepared for: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Water Quality Control Division ; prepared by William M. Lewis, Jr. [and] James F. Saunders, III., "Date of Preparation: March 3, 2000, Revised: October 8, 2001, Revised: May 16, 2003.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2016)
Animas, San Juan spring runoff preparedness plan
Animas, San Juan spring runoff preparedness plan
On August 5, 2015, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA) work crew digging into the Gold King Mine (GKM) Level 7 adit near Gladstone, Colorado, triggered a blowout and on going discharge of impounded mine water. The EPA reported that more than 3 million gallons of acidic mine water containing sediment, heavy metals, and other chemicals discharged into Cement Creek, which flows into the Animas River, and into New Mexico where the Animas River joins the San Juan River before flowing into the Navajo Nation and Utah. EPA also estimated that more than 400,000 Kg of metals entered the Animas River as a result of the GKM discharge. Metals are accumulated and stored in streambed sediments during low flow, and these metals can be released into the water column in both dissolved and suspended phases during periods of high flow. A consortium of state, tribal, county, municipal and federal agencies, whose logos appear on the first page of this document above, are working together to put the following actions and contingencies into place., "March 24, 2016.", Numerous governmental agencies took part in the planning: New Mexico Environment Department; Utah Department of Environmental Quality; Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment; Southern Ute Indian Tribe; Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency; Ute Mountain Ute Tribe; San Juan County, New Mexico; City of Aztec, New Mexico; City of Farmington, New Mexico; San Juan Soil and Water Conservation District (NM); La Plata County, Colorado; City of Durango; San Juan County; Silverton (Colo.); San Juan Basin Health Department; New Mexico Department of Health; San Juan County Public Health Service; New Mexico Emergency Management and Homeland Security; Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management; New Mexico State University; New Mexico Department of Agriculture; New Mexico Tech; New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Research, USGS., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2020)
Annual report concerning verification of lawful presence for receipt of federal, state or local public benefits
Annual report concerning verification of lawful presence for receipt of federal, state or local public benefits
text file, Began with FY2006/2007; ceased with FY2007-2008., Cover title.
Answers to common questions about marijuana
Answers to common questions about marijuana
"May 21, 2015.", Caption title., Print version record.
Answers to common questions about marijuana in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Somali, and Vietnamese
Answers to common questions about marijuana in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Somali, and Vietnamese
Online resource; title provided by cataloger (viewed October 2023)
Antidegradation significance determination for new or increased water quality impacts : procedural guidance
Antidegradation significance determination for new or increased water quality impacts : procedural guidance
The Basic Standards and Methodologies for Surface Waters (Regulation No. 31, 5 CCR 1002-31) contains antidegradation provisions which provide three separate levels of antidegradation protection (see section 31.8). This document is intended to provide guidance to Water Quality Control Division staff and to the public regarding the implementation of the antidegradation significance tests found in Regulation No. 31. This guidance is designed as a framework to provide a documented methodology and to ensure antidegradation reviews are conducted in a consistent manner. Unique situations will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, using site-specific data and methodology., "December 2001.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2014)
Antimicrobial resistance threat report
Antimicrobial resistance threat report
Antimicrobial resistance is a serious health threat, and infections by antimicrobial resistant pathogens are on the rise. In the latest report entitled, "Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States--2019," the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates there are 2.8 million illnesses and 35,000 deaths every year due to antimicrobial-resistant pathogens. Infections with antimicrobial resistant pathogens are difficult to treat, and are associated with longer hospital stays, increased health care costs, and increased risk of death following infection., "January 2020.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2021)
Antiviral recommendations for patients with suspected or confirmed influenza A (H1N1) virus infection
Antiviral recommendations for patients with suspected or confirmed influenza A (H1N1) virus infection
Caption title., "April 30, 2009.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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