Report: Suncor Refinery Released Hundreds Of Pounds Of Toxic GasesHundreds of pounds of toxic gases were released into the air at the Suncor Energy oil refinery for the second time in five months, according to a preliminary report released Friday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Power Failure At Suncor: Massive Flames Shoot In The AirA power failure at the Suncor refinery in Commerce City Saturday night is believed to be the cause of massive flames shooting into the air Saturday night.
Denver Chops 'Mile High Million' Trees ProjectAn initiative to plant a million trees in Denver has been cut.
Suncor Energy Told To Step Up Toxic Spill CleanupColorado health officials are ordering Suncor Energy to step up efforts to clean up contaminated groundwater moving off its refinery in Commerce City.
Suncor Energy Spill Could Take Years To Clean UpColorado health officials say it could take years for Suncor Energy to clean up a toxic spill from its refinery in Commerce City.
Colorado Requires More Monitoring By Suncor EnergyColorado health officials are requiring more monitoring and preventive measures from Suncor Energy (USA) Inc. as it cleans up contaminated groundwater moving off its refinery in Commerce City.
Denver Energy Company Fined For Air Quality Violations A Colorado energy company has agreed to pay more than $2 million in fines for air quality violations.
Human Remains Found During Excavation At Suncor EnergyHuman remains have been found during an excavation at the Suncor Energy plant in Commerce City.
Bones Found At Suncor Excavation Site In Commerce CityInvestigators are working at an excavation site in Commerce City where workers may have found human remains.
EPA Says Colorado Refinery Contamination DecliningFederal officials said Friday that initial water quality tests show levels of toxic chemicals are declining after a gasoline-like substance was detected seeping into a creek from a Denver-area refinery, but environmentalists said even one barrel of the toxic brew is too much.
Suncor Ordered To Test Air In Wastewater PlantState health officials on Thursday ordered Suncor Energy to immediately begin testing the air inside the Denver Metro Wastewater Treatment Plant to ensure worker safety near where a gasoline-like substance from the company's refinery was detected seeping into Sand Creek earlier this week.
Fisherman: Response To Sand Creek Oil Spill A 'Failure'Suncor Energy says the spill of oily material flowing into Sand Creek has been contained.

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