Struggling Black Mountain gets OK to expand oil, gas waste recycling facility

PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON—Black Mountain Recycling has received the approval of Mesa County to accept waste from oil and gas production into more ponds at the facility. The business had been allowed to reopen last year on a limited basis and drew praise from county commissioners Tuesday for its efforts to comply with county and state regulations.



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PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON—Black Mountain Recycling has received the approval of Mesa County to accept waste from oil and gas production into more ponds at the facility. The business had been allowed to reopen last year on a limited basis and drew praise from county commissioners Tuesday for its efforts to comply with county and state regulations.

Black Mountain Recycling received the go-ahead Tuesday to expand its De Beque-area oil and gas waste-disposal business, a move that should generate vital revenue for the financially struggling…




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