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Here’s the release from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Radiation Program today announced Energy Fuels Resources Corp. has met all the regulatory requirements for a radioactive materials license for the Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill in western Montrose County, Colo. State law requires the department to approve applications when such requirements are met.
From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Gary Harmon):
Piñon Ridge uranium mill license approved… again
After a lengthy public hearing process and legal challenges, the CDPHE has granted a permit to Energy Fuels, saying the Toronto-based company has met all the regulatory requirements. The state gave the mill, located in Montrose County’s Paradox Valley about seven miles east of Bedrock and 12 miles west of Naturita, the go-ahead to process up to 500 tons of uranium and vanadium per day. “Energy Fuels has demonstrated they can build and operate a mill consistent with our laws and regulations,” said Dr.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment director Dr. Chris Urbina on Thursday denied an environmental group's appeal of a decision to grant a permit for construction of a uranium mill in southwestern Colorado, but said he will consider their testimony. Urbina's executive order clears the way for a final decision on Energy Fuels request for a radioactive materials license for a proposed uranium and vanadium mill near Nucla.
Energy Fuels Inc State of Colorado Clears the Way for New License Decision on Energy Fuels' Pinon by 24hgoldTORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 1, 2013) - Energy Fuels Inc. ( News - Market indicators ) (" Energy Fuels " or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment ("CDPHE"), Dr. Chris Urbina, affirmed the decision of an appointed hearing officer in an administrative process required for the reissuance of the radioactive materials license for the Company's Piñon Ridge Mill.
Public Hearing Citizens may submit by Nov. 12 written comments regarding the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill to: Richard Dana Judicial Arbiter Group, Inc. 1601 Blake St., Suite 400 Denver, CO 80202 email@example.com 303-572-1919 or 800-272-4837 Even if the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill wins approval for a radioactive fuels license from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, it could be years before its owner, Energy Fuels Resources, starts construction on the proposed mill located in rural Paradox Valley in western Montrose County.
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TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Toronto-quoted Energy Fuel on Friday said the executive director of Colorado’s Health and Environment Department affirmed a previous decision in an administrative process required for the reissuance of a radioactive materials licence for the company's Pinon Ridge mill. On January 15, a hearing officer concluded that the November 2012 administrative hearing on the Pinon Ridge mill, held to augment the administrative record, fully satisfied the requirements of Colorado law. A group of nongovernment organisations appealed the hearing officer's decision.
Toronto-quoted Energy Fuel on Friday said the executive director of Colorado’s health and environment department affirmed a previous decision in an administrative process required for the reissuance of a radioactive materials licence for the company's Pinon Ridge mill. On January 15, a hearing officer concluded that the November 2012 administrative hearing on the Pinon Ridge Mill, held to augment the administrative record, fully satisfied the requirements of Colorado law. Click for detailed story
Sheep Mountain Alliance’s appeal on the most recent ruling in the Piñon Ridge uranium mill case has been denied, marking a small victory for supporters of the proposed mill. The decision is the latest step in the ongoing legal wrangling over whether the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment should allow project applicant Energy Fuels to build a uranium mill in Montrose County’s Paradox Valley. Christopher E.
Until recently, most of the debate over nuclear power in Colorado had to do with whether to mine and mill more uranium to be shipped elsewhere for conversion into fuel rods to power nuclear plants in other states and other countries around the world. The magnitude-9 earthquake and tsunami that crippled the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan on March 11 changed both the nature and the tenor of the discussion in Colorado – a state that produced some of the uranium ore used in developing the nation’s first nuclear weapons. Hearings last month for a proposed up-zoning in Pueblo County that would allow for a clean energy park and a nuclear power plant drew large crowds of area residents concerned about events in Japan. The zoning change will reportedly be decided on April 25 , but likely not before more heated protests.
NUCLA, Colo. (AP) - Residents of Telluride, Ridgway and Grand Junction are urging an administrative judge to reject a proposed uranium mill in the Paradox Valley. In testimony on Monday, residents said the mill proposed on 880 acres south of Naturita could contaminate water supplies, pollute landfills and cause cancer.
People living near a former uranium ore processing facility in Ohio are experiencing a higher than average rate of lupus, according a new study conducted by scientists at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
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