Posted on November 22nd, 2011 No comments
Alpine Waste & Recycling , Commerce City, Colo., has announced CFO Alek Orloff , has been appointed by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to serve another three-year term on Colorado’s Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission. The panel, established in 1992, was enacted to ensure the state’s hazardous waste rules are consistent with the U.S. EPA’s requirements, preserving Colorado’s authorization and federal funds, and that the rules governing solid waste disposal sites are protective of human health and the environment
See the rest here:
Colorado Governor Reappoints Alpine Executive
Posted on March 1st, 2011 No comments
In Hawaii we have a proposed bill that would require breached entities to provide credit monitoring and call center services to impacted individuals. In my home state, Colorado, a legislator (Dan Pabon) has proposed a novel bill that takes a new approach to incentivizing companies to implement good security.
View original post here:
A Novel Data Security Law Proposed in Colorado
Posted on January 11th, 2011 No comments
What began last June with a missing government computer drive small enough to hold in one hand led to 100,000 letters of apology to Medicaid patients, a probe by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and a retraining program for 31,000 state employees.
Binder of medical marijuana records with Social Security Numbers, names, addresses, dates of birth, driver's license numbers, telephone numbers,…Posted on January 4th, 2011 No comments
Apothecary of Colorado data loss incident circa 2010-12-28
Posted on November 23rd, 2010 No comments
The Colorado Supreme Court recently over-ruled (4-3) a lower court decision that convicted a man of criminal impersonation when he fraudulently used the Social Security number (SSN) of another when applying for a car loan.
Here is the original post:
Posted on September 29th, 2009 No comments
Company partners with Waste Connections of Colorado to provide service in ten cities in the state.
The rest is here:
RecycleBank Extends Business to Colorado
A Colorado Springs hospital and police are investigating the apparent theft of Social Security numbers and other personal information of 175 patients.
Read more from the original source:
Colo. Springs hospital looks for missing data
Company sending shredder to its Hudson, Colorado tire landfill facility.
Project is expected to cost around 10 million euros (US$14.6 million).
Read the rest here:
Chemetall Lithium Receives Funding To Set Up a Pilot Recycling Plant
See the original post:
FCC Inaugurates New Recycling and Waste Management Center in UK