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New #Colorado rules prompt Garfield County to update septic system rules

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (Jon Nicolodi):

Garfield County is revising its onsite wastewater treatment system regulations following new regulations put forth by the state.

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Colorado Water

Challenges to economic development

Updating the 2013 strategic plan:

When asked at a citizen’s-comment meeting as the top three challenges to attracting and retaining businesses in Prince George County, Jeff Stokes, Economic Development Director and Deputy County Administrator, briskly replied: 412 more words

Prince George County

The Roaring Fork Conservancy is working to get Cattle Creek off the 303(d) list

From Aspen Public Radio (Elizabeth Stewart-Severy):

Roaring Fork Conservancy has been studying the creek since 2015, and water quality coordinator Chad Rudow told commissioners Monday that research shows parts of the creek are healthier than the state thought.

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Colorado Water

Lost Valley Farm’s owner seeks to sell dairy

The owner of Lost Valley Farm, a controversial Oregon dairy, wants to sell the property and cattle herd for about $109 million.

The owner of a Lost Valley Farm in Boardman wants to sell the facility and cattle rather than immediately liquidate the herd as sought by a major creditor. 27 more words

East Oregonian

Commercial Wastewater Recycling Plants – Restricting the Reckless Use of Water

In the commercial sectors, the outline of water pollution is much more intense than that of the domestic realms. These are precisely designed especially to cope up with the activity of  361 more words


What Are The Affects of Hard Water on Your Garden?

Many manufacturers are embracing outside experts to address industrial water treatment for him or her, and outsourcing is specially advantageous through these difficult economic times. Today companies face increasingly stringent municipal or NPDES discharge regulations, for example, in addition to important safety and environmental concerns. 445 more words

CA Environmentalists Endorse Oil Field Wastewater Pollution

Despite previous tests showing that recycled wastewater is clean, California environmentalists oppose a recent decision by state regulators to allow continued dumping of oilfield wastewater at a wastewater treatment plant owned by Valley Water Treatment Company in Kern County. 154 more words

Fossil Fuels