The New Mexico office of natural resources trustee and the united states fish and wildlife service seek public comment on the draft addendum to the wildlife restoration plan and environmental assessment

Contact: Trais Kliphuis, New Mexico Office of Natural Resources Trustee, (505) 222-9572 George Dennis, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (505) 761-4754   THE NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF NATURAL RESOURCES TRUSTEE AND THE UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE SEEK PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE DRAFT ADDENDUM TO THE WILDLIFE RESTORATION PLAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT    Albuquerque […]

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NMED Chief Scientist to Present on 2015-16 Environmental Monitoring Results of Gold King Mine Spill

NEWS RELEASE   Contact:   Allison Scott Majure, Communications Director New Mexico Environment Department 505.231.8800 | Allison.majure@state.nm.us                                     McQuillan to speak at Regular Monthly Meeting of Citizens’ Advisory Committee Santa Fe – New Mexico’s Gold King Mine Spill Citizens’ Advisory Committee, based out of San Juan County, will meet Monday, November 28 at 5:30 p.m. […]

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New Mexico Demands Greater Scientific Integrity and Regulatory Honesty from EPA

  New Mexico Irrigation Ditches Were Not Closed as EPA Claims   Santa Fe – Yesterday, the New Mexico Environment Department provided official comments to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency calling for greater scientific integrity and regulatory honesty as the proposed Superfund process moves forward to include the site of the Gold King Mine Spill (Bonita Peak […]

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Suit against the EPA & Colorado Mine Owners in Response to the Gold King Mine Spill’s Catastrophic Impact on New Mexico

NEWS RELEASE May 23, 2016   Contact:   Allison Scott Majure, Communications Director New Mexico Environment Department 505.231.8800 | allison.majure@state.nm.us                     New Mexico Sues U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,  and Mine Owners over Gold King Mine Spill Environmental and Economic Damages Top $100 Million Santa Fe – Today the administration of Governor Susana Martinez and New Mexico  Attorney […]

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Clean-up of Jet Fuel Spill in Albuquerque – Public Meeting Tonight April 19th, 2016

Clean-up of Jet Fuel Spill in Albuquerque – Public Meeting Tonight Hosted by State Environment Dept. & Kirtland Air Force Base Albuquerque – Tonight the New Mexico Environment Department and Kirtland Air Force Base present updates on the clean-up of the Kirtland jet fuel spill with an extended question and answer session. The meeting will […]

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LANL Draft Consent Order Released for Public Comment

LANL Draft Consent Order Released for Public Comment Updated Cleanup Agreement Will Enhance Legacy Waste Cleanup and Support Stronger Federal Funding Requests   Santa Fe – Today the New Mexico Environment Department released the Draft Consent Order for public review and comment. The Draft Consent Order, an agreement between the New Mexico Environment Department and […]

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New Mexico Calls on EPA to Reimburse $1.5M For Emergency Response Costs for Gold King Mine Spill’s Downstream Impacts

Santa Fe – On Friday the New Mexico Environment Department called upon the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reimburse $1,505,155 for short-term emergency response activities associated with the Gold King Mine spill. On August 5 an EPA work crew triggered the Gold King blowout near Silverton, CO that released three million gallons of contaminated water […]

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New Mexico, Utah, Navajo Nation, & La Plata County-CO Prepare for Spring Run-off Carrying Heavy Metals

NEWS RELEASE February 25, 2016   Contact:   Allison Scott Majure, Communications Director New Mexico Environment Department 505.231.8800 | Allison.majure@state.nm.us                                        New Mexico, Utah, Navajo Nation, & La Plata County-CO Prepare for Spring Run-off Carrying Heavy Metals Plan Provides Protocols to Manage Downstream Effects of EPA’s Gold King Mine Spill on the Animas/San Juan Watershed Communities […]

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Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) Meets Monday 5:30 p.m. at San Juan College in Farmington

Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) Meets Monday 5:30 p.m. at San Juan College in Farmington – CAC Liaises with State’s Long-Term Impact Review Team for Gold King Mine Spill  (Jan. 8, 2016)

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Two Additional Public Involvement Meetings in January on New Mexico’s Implementation of EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Two Additional Public Involvement Meetings in January on New Mexico’s Implementation of EPA’s Clean Power Plan  (Jan. 8, 2016)

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