Category: DEQ

Gold King Mine

A large snowstorm knocked out power to a pump that was diverting water from the Gold King Mine into nearby treatment ponds. Contaminated water from the mine began to flow into Cement Creek on to the Animas River and is headed toward the San Juan River. The release is expected to reach the San Juan River on Monday.

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Destinations

This page provides links to various geographical locations within Utah for which DEQ has some regulatory interest. A N/A B Bear River Beaver County Big Lake Box Elder County C Cache County Calder Reservoir Carbon County Colorado River D Daggert County Davis County Deer Creek Reservoir Duchesne County E Echo and Rockport Reservoirs Emery County …

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Acronyms

As is typical of most State agencies, and especially so with those that deal heavily with science, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality uses acronyms and abbreviations throughout its website. Where possible, descriptions are included. These pages are an attempt to capture and explain as many commonly used DEQ acronyms and abbreviations as possible. To …

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Email Alerts

DEQ provides email notification of meetings, updates, and new information related to many of its programs, committees, and services. You may add your name to any of the notification lists below. You may unsubscribe at any time. If you have questions concerning this service, contact the Web Team. DEQ Public Participation Alerts DEQ provides an …

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