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Fire Destroys Building In Arvada « CBS Denver

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(CBS4) – A fire destroyed a storage shed in Arvada on Friday morning. No was injured and no homes were threatened. The fire department said some cars inside exploded. The fire happened near 72nd Avenue and Ellis St. The fire department said it didnt know the cause yet. (credit: Arvada Fire Department)
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A day at the landfill – News – The Times-Tribune

Adjacent developments came later, which he characterized as proof the landfill is not driving people away. Nor does its acceptance of out-of-state trash harm the regions reputation, Mr. DeNaples said.
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Amid contentious expansion plans, a look inside Keystone Sanitary Landfill – News – Citizens’ Voice

Leachate-related chemicals have appeared now and then in five of the landfills 42 groundwater monitoring wells. These monitor multiple aquifers beneath the site. At various times in 2013 and 2014, volatile organic compounds, a class of chemicals the landfills own annual groundwater report calls a key indicator of landfill contamination, showed up in five wells. At one well named MW-15A, increasing concentrations of such compounds indicate problems with the leachate treatment plant, a DEP geologist told landfill manager Joseph Dexter in a Sept. 11, 2014, letter. Magnotta and Eiden argue the chemicals in four of the wells likely came from adhesive used in the well. DEP spokeswoman Colleen Connolly offered the same explanation for some of the wells.
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