Colorado Environmental News

  • Denver/Front Range Ozone Update  - 

    According to Garry Kaufmann of the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division, based on 2018 monitoring data, the Denver Metro/North Front Range (DMNFR) cannot show compliance with the 2008 ozone national ambient air quality standard (NAAQS) for the »

  • Emission Reduction Credits  - 

    The CDPHE hosted a meeting to allow stakeholders to ask questions regarding the Emission Reduction Credit (ERC) program. The presentation from the recent stakeholder's meeting is found here. The program applies to any pollutant regulated under the »

  • CDPHE Revamping Emission Reduction Credits Program  - 

    Though long allowed by regulation, the emission reduction credit program in Colorado has been mostly dormant. Driven in part by recent developments in the ozone nonattainment area, but also to encourage the development of lower cost pollution »

  • Ozone Nonattainment Update  - 

    As reported previously, last month the US EPA issued an air quality designation establishing the 9 county Denver-Metro-North-Front-Range in marginal nonattainment for the 8-hour 2015 ozone standard. The 2008 8-hour ozone standard remains in effect, »

  • Higher Permitting Fees  - 

    The legislatively approved fee increases for APENs and permit processing are now in effect. The APEN fee is $191.13 for each APEN, and the permit processing fee is $95.56 per APEN. Regulated pollutant and hazardous pollutant fees will increase to »

  • Permitting and Emissions Fees to Increase  - 

    The hourly permit processing fee, APEN filing fee, and per ton annual emission fees will likely be increasing this year under new caps approved by the Colorado legislature. In addition, the cap will automatically increase each year by the rate of »

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