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Flawed packing of radioactive waste caused sparks to fly from a container at Los Alamos National Laboratory in late February, prompting evacuation of the work area and later the underground disposal site near Carlsbad where two similarly packed canisters were stored.
Taos Recycling Center is back on its limited Wednesday-Thursday schedule after closing for two weeks due to "COVID-restrictions and deep cleaning," according to the town of Taos.
New Mexico employers are now required to report positive cases of the novel coronavirus among workers to the state within four hours of receiving notification themselves under an amendment to the existing emergency public health order put in place to combat the novel coronavirus.
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has received a $200,119 grant from the New Mexico Environment Department to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations along the 84-mile route known as the Enchanted Circle highway. The route encompasses Taos, Questa, Red River, Eagle Nest and Angel Fire. The grant comes from New Mexico's $2.7 billion share of the Volkswagen Settlement Fund, which was established in 2019 to make restitution for the auto manufacturer's misrepresentation of emissions data for its diesel-powered vehicles.