Commerce City Local Business
Local business in Commerce City, CO
Thursday | via Denver Post
A power failure at the Suncor Energy refinery on Friday sent a yellow-orange smoke plume billowing over the area, forcing a highway closure and prompting a school lockdown, but fire officials said there were no concerns about public safety downwind from the plant. The public does not need to worry about the yellow-orange smoke that billowed last week from a Commerce City refinery, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says. Comment?
Wednesday | via Wall Street Journal
Former driver TaNia Chapman at a truck stop in Commerce City, Colo., in September. Ms. Chapman says she lost her job as a trucker over information in a background check and has been unable to get a driving position since. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 19 | via Wall Street Journal
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Tuesday Oct 18 | via Denver Post
Jewelry stolen during open house. After retuning from an out-of-town trip Sept. 19, a couple who are selling their home in the 9700 block of Kittredge Street, Commerce City , were informed by their realtor that someone stole items from homes during open houses the realtor hosted. Comment?
Sunday Oct 16 | via Denver Post
A power failure at the Suncor Energy refinery on Friday sent a yellow-orange smoke plume billowing over the area, forcing a highway closure and prompting a school lockdown, but fire officials said there were no concerns about public safety downwind from the plant. Large flames and smoke above the Suncor Energy refinery in Commerce City will be noticeable Sunday but it's just part of the process following Friday's power outage, a company official said. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via CBS Local
Air monitoring will continue following a yellow-orange cloud release from the Suncor plant in Commerce City. That cloud could be seen for miles Friday afternoon. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via Yahoo!
A refinery near Denver sent plumes of orange and black smoke into the air Friday after a power failure shut the plant down, leading authorities to tell people within a 1.5 mile radius of the Suncor Energy, Inc. plant to remain indoors. The company said the plumes, seen from downtown Denver, were "visible emissions" from the refinery in Commerce City which spokeswoman Nicole Fisher described as being from an uncombusted hydrocarbon. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via Yahoo!
Colorado's public health director says officials don't know enough yet about what was in the smoke released from a Denver-area refinery after a power failure to determine if it was hazardous. However, Dr. Larry Wolk says authorities are reassured that Friday's release from the Suncor Energy, Inc. refinery was brief. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via My Mother Lode
Suncor Energy says it is monitoring the air around its Denver-area refinery after a power failure shut the plant down, sending plumes of smoke into the air. Spokeswoman Nicole Fisher says the power failure happened around noon Friday. Comment?
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