By Jennifer McRae

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4)– Suncor is asking for feedback from the community. The energy company wants feedback to help improve its communication with the community.

(credit: CBS)

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Over the past year, Suncor has reported numerous malfunctions, including one in December 2019 when a clay-like substance rained down on neighboring communities. In March, another malfunction produced large clouds of yellow smoke.

Suncor March 2020 (credit: CBS)

Less than two weeks before the latter incident, CDPHE announced a $9 million settlement agreement with the company to resolve more than 100 pollution violations. Of the total, which CDPHE called “historic,” $4 million would go to penalties and community projects, and $5 million would be allocated for Suncor to hire a third-party company to investigate why it’s facility continues to have problems, and implement recommendations from that investigation.

The feedback gathering survey is part of that settlement.

LINK: Suncor Feedback Survey

Jennifer McRae

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