:Forgotten. Did the State of Colorado Leave Residents with Bad Water? 
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Not a Series  Forgotten. Did the State of Colorado Leave Residents with Bad Water?  Part One: "Good Coal"? 
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H2O Radio  Documentaries  For non-profit use only. 
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Gas drilling came to southern Colorado's Raton Basin in the late 1990s, and along with it heavy traffic, noise--and what many locals believe--contaminated water caused by industry. Specifically numerous residents discovered they had a chemical in their water called tert-Butyl alcohol or "TBA." The state investigated the matter and published a report suggesting TBA was naturally occurring among other explanations. Now the case is closed and the report not only leaves more questions than it answers--it resigns residents to living with water they feel they dare not drink. This is part one of a two-part investigative story by H2O Radio.    
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Part one of a two-part story   
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Environment | Water Pollution | Public Health and Safety | Earth Sciences | Science in Society  
 
 
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View Script    01-26-2016  English 
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