Cashing in on 
cap and trade

DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Ruby Canyon Engineering President Michael M. Coté and project manager Zach Eyler stand inside their office in Grand Junction. The small engineering firm keeps emission traders honest by verifying how many metric tons of gas they are emitting, capturing or incinerating.



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DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Ruby Canyon Engineering President Michael M. Coté and project manager Zach Eyler stand inside their office in Grand Junction. The small engineering firm keeps emission traders honest by verifying how many metric tons of gas they are emitting, capturing or incinerating.

A small Grand Junction engineering firm with an international reputation for excellence has staked its claim on the corner of a growing greenhouse gas emissions market known as cap and…




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