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This page provides links to several extensive EPA sources and databases, as well as to frequently requested information.
Frequently Requested Materials
Cotter Corporation Correspondence:
- EPA letter on ground water data review at Cotter Uranium Mill, September 2005
- EPA letter on current status of Off-Site Rule at Cotter Uranium Mill, September 2003
- CERCLA Off-Site Rule
- Unacceptability Notice - Letter from Region 8 to Cotter Corporation, signed January 3, 2003
- Letter from EPA Region 8 to the State of Colorado Laboratory and Radiation Services (LARS) Division, September 13, 2002, which requests specific information on the Cotter Uranium Mill located in Cañon City, Colorado. The letter was written for the purposes of the CERCLA Off-Site Rule so that EPA can determine if the Cotter Mill meets the criteria to allow it to be sent CERCLA wastes.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Terry Brown (email@example.com) or 303-312-6419.
EPA Sources & Databases
Region 8 Superfund information about CERCLA sites in the six Region 8 states.
The Superfund Records Center may be contacted at 303-312-6473.
EPA Envirofacts provides access to environmental information contained in its databases. Information on Air, Chemicals, Facility Information, Grants/Funding, Hazardous Waste, Spatial Data, Superfund, Toxic Releases, Water Permits and Drinking Water can be accessed.
The Region 8 Technical Library & Information Center has skilled librarians and researchers who can help you access a wide range of environmental information, including the Online Library System Network. The library has other electronic and on-site resources such as CD-ROMs.
Global Information Locator Service (GILS) is a new way to identify, locate, and describe publicly available federal information resources, including electronic information resources. GILS records identify public information resources within the federal government, describe the information available in these resources, and assist in obtaining the information. GILS is a decentralized collection of agency-based information locators using network technology and international standards to direct users to relevant information resources within the federal government.
The National Technical Information Service Exit is the federal government's central source for the sale of scientific, technical, engineering, and related business information produced by or for the U.S. government and complementary material from international sources.
AIRData provides information on air pollution data for the entire United States. Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS) – Compliance Data & Air Facility Information
CERCLIS Hazardous Waste Sites, by State – (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System) – Superfund
TRI (Toxics Release Inventory) Data – information about toxic chemicals that are being used, manufactured, treated, transported, or released into the environment.