Complaint to EPA says Colo. agency pulled back on monitoring

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“A whistleblower complaint sent yesterday to EPA’s inspector general alleges that Colorado air officials ordered employees to no longer measure surges of fine particulate matter, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.

Maryland-based Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed the complaint on behalf of three employees in the Colorado agency’s Air Pollution Control Division. It seeks a federal performance review and audit of the division, which gets some funding from EPA.”

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