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EPA rejects parts of Colorado’s air quality permit for Suncor Energy refinery

In a partial win for local environmental groups, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has ordered state air quality regulators to revise an air quality permit for Suncor Energy’s refinery in Commerce City.The decision comes after the EPA approved a long-overdue permit renewal for one of the refinery’s plants last fall. Environmental groups submitted a pair of petitions in October 2022 objecting to the move, claiming state air regulators had failed to hold the Canadian oil and gas company accountable for repeated violat...

In a partial win for local environmental groups, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has ordered state air quality regulators to revise an air quality permit for Suncor Energy’s refinery in Commerce City.

The decision comes after the EPA approved a long-overdue permit renewal for one of the refinery’s plants last fall. Environmental groups submitted a pair of petitions in October 2022 objecting to the move, claiming state air regulators had failed to hold the Canadian oil and gas company accountable for repeated violations of the U.S. Clean Air Act.

“Improving air quality for the underserved communities affected by harmful air emissions from the Suncor refinery is a shared priority for EPA and CDPHE,” said EPA Regional Administrator KC Becker. “EPA will continue to work with Colorado to secure the refinery’s compliance with laws and regulations and protect the health of nearby residents.”

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The EPA’s decision requires state air regulators to revisit portions of the permit concerning dust and carbon monoxide releases. Suncor Energy had repeatedly violated federal standards concerning both pollutants, including a 2019 incident at one of its fluid catalytic crack units that covered the nearby community with a layer of yellow-white scum.

The decision also directs state regulators to consider whether they should require further improvements to the system, which helps transform crude oil into gasoline and diesel. Suncor Energy did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CPR News.

The decision isn’t a complete victory for environmental groups. The EPA rejected one petition from 350 Colorado, which called for the federal agency to reject the permit outright and potentially order Suncor Energy to cease operations.

Earthjustice, an environmental legal advocacy group, filed a second petition on behalf of neighborhood organizations, GreenLatinos, the Center for Biological Diversity and the Sierra Club. It called for the EPA to deny the permit or require substantial changes. The EPA chose the second option.

“We’re grateful the EPA continues to listen to the concerns of environmental justice community members,” said Ean Thomas Tafoya, the Colorado state director of GreenLatinos. “But we want to echo what the community wants, which is a plan for the retirement and remediation of Suncor.”

Suncor Energy operates three separate plants at the Commerce City refinery complex. The permit at issue only covers Plant 2, which refines gasoline and other fuels. A separate permit covering Plant 1 and Plant 3 is currently under review after expiring in 2017.

The Commerce City refinery has a long track record of pollution problems, including illegal releases of toxic compounds into the air and the water in nearby Sand Creek. Residents in low-income and largely Latino neighborhoods near the refinery complex have been heavily impacted by the pollution, which includes fine particles, carcinogenic benzene and per-and poly-fluoroalkyl compounds, a class of substances often dubbed “forever chemicals.”

Pollution problems surged this year after a pair of fires triggered a string of malfunctions at the refinery. The refinery was shut down for three months while the company made repairs and investigated the fires, which injured two workers, and led to more than $15,000 in fines from federal workplace safety authorities.

An EPA report released in June showed Suncor Energy’s Commerce City refinery has more malfunctions and unplanned pollution releases than similar facilities across the country.

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EPA tells Colorado to get tougher on Suncor refinery: "It's pay-to-play for them. But this is life or death for us."

The U.S. Environmental Protection Administration Tuesday sent a message to Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment to do more to monitor the Suncor refinery in Commerce City and ...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Administration Tuesday sent a message to Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment to do more to monitor the Suncor refinery in Commerce City and the pollution it emits in Adams and Denver Counties.

"It is a stronger decision than we were necessarily anticipating," said Ian Coghill, senior attorney with the Denver office of Earthjustice, and environmental organization.

Many times, the EPA denied petitions filed over the renewal of operating permits. But this time the EPA reacted favorably to one of two petitions filed by environmental groups, rejecting the CDPHE's Clean Air Act Title V operating permit for Plant 2 at the Suncor refinery. There are three plants at the refinery. Plant 2 has the capacity to refine over 100,000 barrels of crude oil a day, creating about 40% of the transportation fuel used in Colorado.

RELATED: EPA warns that Suncor has more air pollution incidents than other refineries

The EPA's move was a partial agreement with Earthjustice's filing, though a rejection of another filing from another group, 350 Colorado. It requires the CDPHE to resolve EPA's objections before issuing a revised permit. The plant can continue to operate while the permit is revised.

"They need to put us first in protecting our health," said Ean Tafoya, state director for GreenLatinos, one of the groups represented by Earthjustice in its filing. Tafoya believes the action meant the state wasn't doing enough. "When you have an entire air model division acting under the guise of not truly doing enough to protect the community that's wrong. And the EPA recognized that."

Also represented by Earthjustice was the Elyria Swansea Neighborhood Association.

"We've been here 26 years or so and it wasn't as bad but now as the time is going on it's getting worse," said Frances Hernandez as she stood in her front yard within view of the Suncor plant in the distance.

"Some days it smells really bad," she related. "You walk out, but you want right back in."

Suncor has faced numerous problems. In December 2022, it shut down Plant 2 after a cold snap damaged equipment. A fire injured two workers. There have been 57 violations by Suncor since the year 2000.

Suncor did not respond to CBS News Colorado's attempts to get comment via phone and email Tuesday. Earlier this year, Suncor said it planned to spend more than $100 million on improvements at the plant, including reliability improvements designed to reduce air emissions, and "integrity checks" of equipment.

In the order, the EPA directs the CDPHE to look at more operational requirements that are needed to "assure compliance with carbon monoxide and opacity limits at the plant's fluid catalytic cracking unit," according to an EPA statement. "It also directs CDPHE to determine whether previous plant modifications were analyzed properly and, if necessary, to incorporate additional applicable requirements into the permit."

"If what the state was doing was enough, then Suncor wouldn't continue to violate its permits. So the status quo clearly wasn't working, so they needed to do something else," said Coghill.

Records show the refinery operated by Calgary-based Suncor does not comply as well as other refineries.

"There's a big difference between Suncor shutting down and Suncor being held to the same requirements that are supposed to apply to everyone," Coghill continued.

The shutdown of the plant in December though was followed by an increase in prices at the pumps in Colorado in the months after the December closing, which Coghill noted was likely going to be temporary.

RELATED: Suncor to bring portion of refinery back online as Coloradans continue to face high gas prices

"I moved here from the Northeast a year ago and there's no oil refineries anywhere in New England and our gas prices were no more expensive than they were in Colorado," said Coghill.

Tafoya believes Suncor's compliance is merely the cost of doing business for the refiner: "That's what happens. It's pay-to-play for them. But this is life or death for us."

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As Suncor restarts its Commerce City refinery, neighbors demand a plan to prevent future pollution incidents

Suncor Energy, a Canadian oil and gas company, has nearly resumed full operations at its Commerce City refinery more than three months after a cold snap triggered a mysterious series of failures at the facility.The restart already appears to have helped reduce fuel prices across Colorado, but the saga has frustrated residents of the less affluent, largely Latino neighborhoods surrounding the facility. In light of the recent fires and pollution incidents, some community and environmental groups have even demanded a plan to shutter the ...

Suncor Energy, a Canadian oil and gas company, has nearly resumed full operations at its Commerce City refinery more than three months after a cold snap triggered a mysterious series of failures at the facility.

The restart already appears to have helped reduce fuel prices across Colorado, but the saga has frustrated residents of the less affluent, largely Latino neighborhoods surrounding the facility. In light of the recent fires and pollution incidents, some community and environmental groups have even demanded a plan to shutter the refinery for good.

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"This community feels that we have been punished for their errors," said Lucy Molina, a Commerce City resident and frontline community organizer with 350 Colorado, an environmental advocacy group. "Our gas prices went up and there were still incidents during that shutdown. It is very unnerving."

At an event organized at a Commerce City recreation center, Molina and other environmental advocates called on residents to imagine a future without Colorado's only oil and gas refinery. Community members traded ideas about ways to build new green spaces and invest in clean energy jobs to assist with a "just transition" away from fossil fuels.

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“There are so many options there for us that have never been offered or provided or accessible to communities like ours because we're poor and we're not worth it,” Molina said.

Suncor Energy, meanwhile, insists it paused operations to make repairs, which industry experts say signals the company plans to maintain a long-term presence in the community and protect public safety. That's led many critics to call for a more thorough accounting of what went wrong last December and why it led to releases of dangerous pollutants like benzene, hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide.

The first sign of problems at the refinery came on Dec. 22. As temperatures plunged nearly 24 degrees at Denver International Airport, the company sent alerts saying it activated emergency teams and sounded alarms at the refinery before determining conditions were safe.

It turned out the company was struggling to handle a series of failures. Two days later, it called 911 to request an ambulance following a flash fire that sent two workers to the hospital with burns. One employee quickly returned to the job while another spent weeks recovering at home with undisclosed injuries.

A short time after the fire, Suncor announced the plant would close for three months to allow for repairs. The news meant Colorado would lose a facility that normally supplies 35 to 40 percent of all the gas and diesel consumed statewide.

Drivers quickly felt the impact at the pump. In late February, the price for an average gallon of regular gas in Colorado peaked at around $4.10 according to data from American Automobile Association, putting it well above the national average. The cost has since declined to about $3.56 per gallon. Skyler McKinley, a spokesperson for AAA Colorado, national economic trend can’t explain such a sharp drop in prices.

“That leads me to believe we are seeing Suncor supply back in the system,” McKinley said.

Loa Esquilin Garcia, a Suncor spokesperson, confirmed the refinery had restarted Plant 2 last Friday. She added the company would complete the startup process for Plant 1 “in the coming days,” which also produces gasoline and diesel, along with a third plant used to produce the majority of the asphalt consumed in Colorado.

In press statements, Garcia has only said the “extreme and record-setting weather” forced the company to place the refinery in “safe mode” to allow for inspections and repairs. Meanwhile, state air quality regulators say the problems started when a hydrogen plant “tripped” last December, which led to subsequent equipment shutdowns.

Ian Coghill, a senior attorney with Earthjustice, said the public should have more details months later. Otherwise, there’s no reassurance that similar problems will be avoided. “It’s really troubling,” Coghill said.

A document Suncor submitted to state air regulators last March likely contains the most detailed timeline of those events. It confirms the facility suffered from several malfunctions starting on Dec. 21, including fires and other problems that forced the company to enact emergency shutdown procedures.

John Jechura, a professor of practice at the Colorado School of Mines who worked in refineries, reviewed the document. While he’s glad the company made the decision to shut down the refinery, he said Suncor Energy should still explain events like a set of fires in a “sour water stripper” area on Dec. 27.

“That’s kinda weird,” Jechura said. “There isn't really a lot of detail to really figure out whether it was a big problem or not a big problem.”

In the same document, Suncor said it’s now investigating the incidents and plans to submit a full report to state regulators this summer.

Since the problems started on Dec. 21, Suncor has filed a total of 75 reports with state air regulators acknowledging air pollution emissions above limits set in its state operating permits. That’s according to data compiled by Rosemarie Russo, an environmental planner with Commerce City.

A current point of debate is whether those releases have affected the surrounding neighborhood. In a statement, the company insisted that its own air monitors around the plant have not measured unsafe levels of pollution during the shutdown or the re-start. A state air monitor deployed to a park near the refinery also did not measure pollution levels above federal health standards.

Meanwhile, Cultivando, an local community nonprofit, said its own community air monitors tracked an increase in airborne benzene and other air pollutants during the shutdown period but acknowledges the rise could be related to other emission sources and normal winter weather conditions.

Other groups have tried other methods to track an emission from the facility. On a recent day just north of the Suncor plant, Andrew Klooster, a field advocate for EarthWorks, set up an $80,000 optical gas imaging camera to document any pollution coming from the plant. In the viewfinder, emissions appeared as plumes made of psychedelic colors wafting from the tops of tall smokestacks.As it resumes normal operations, Klooster hopes to establish that the company is releasing pollution from specific unregulated sources under its state operating permit.

“What we've learned is that there's just a lot that's being missed,” Klooster said.

What is Commerce City, CO Known For? 5 Things to Love About This City

Commerce City’s diverse neighborhoods cater to various lifestyles while maintaining a strong sense of community. The city boasts a rich history rooted in industry and commerce and has evolved into a thriving modern hub, providing residents with an array of amenities and recreational opportunities. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Commerce City, ...

Commerce City’s diverse neighborhoods cater to various lifestyles while maintaining a strong sense of community. The city boasts a rich history rooted in industry and commerce and has evolved into a thriving modern hub, providing residents with an array of amenities and recreational opportunities. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Commerce City, homes for sale, or want to learn more about what Commerce City is known for, this Redfin article will be your guide.

1. Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge

Commerce City is known for being home to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge provides a habitat for more than 330 species of animals, including bison, deer, and bald eagles. Visitors can explore the beautiful landscapes and learn about the conservation efforts that have made this refuge a thriving ecosystem.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is a state-of-the-art sports complex that hosts major soccer and lacrosse events. The park features an 18,000-seat stadium and 24 full-size, fully-lit sports fields, making it a premier destination for sports enthusiasts and athletes.

3. Commerce City Historical Society

Commerce City is known for its rich history, which has been preserved and celebrated by the Commerce City Historical Society. The society maintains historical sites and offers educational programs to showcase the city’s heritage, including its roots in agriculture and industry.

4. Oil refineries

Commerce City hosts a significant presence in the oil industry, notably housing major refineries like Suncor Energy, which has played a pivotal role in the city’s economic growth and remains a longstanding contributor to the regional energy sector. While these refineries are integral to Commerce City’s industrial landscape, the city has diversified its economy and amenities, providing residents with a well-rounded living environment beyond its industrial identity.

5. Recreational opportunities

Commerce City offers diverse recreational opportunities catering to varied interests. The city’s expansive trail system, including the Sand Creek Regional Greenway, provides scenic pathways for walking, jogging, and cycling, connecting residents to nature. Additionally, Commerce City boasts a range of parks, sports complexes, and community centers offering activities from team sports and fitness programs to cultural events, ensuring there’s something for everyone seeking an active and engaging lifestyle.

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What is Northglenn, CO Known For? 5 Things to Love About This City

Commerce City’s diverse neighborhoods cater to various lifestyles while maintaining a strong sense of community. The city boasts a rich history rooted in industry and commerce and has evolved into a thriving modern hub, providing residents with an array of amenities and recreational opportunities. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Commerce City, ...

Commerce City’s diverse neighborhoods cater to various lifestyles while maintaining a strong sense of community. The city boasts a rich history rooted in industry and commerce and has evolved into a thriving modern hub, providing residents with an array of amenities and recreational opportunities. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Commerce City, homes for sale, or want to learn more about what Commerce City is known for, this Redfin article will be your guide.

1. Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge

Commerce City is known for being home to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge provides a habitat for more than 330 species of animals, including bison, deer, and bald eagles. Visitors can explore the beautiful landscapes and learn about the conservation efforts that have made this refuge a thriving ecosystem.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is a state-of-the-art sports complex that hosts major soccer and lacrosse events. The park features an 18,000-seat stadium and 24 full-size, fully-lit sports fields, making it a premier destination for sports enthusiasts and athletes.

3. Commerce City Historical Society

Commerce City is known for its rich history, which has been preserved and celebrated by the Commerce City Historical Society. The society maintains historical sites and offers educational programs to showcase the city’s heritage, including its roots in agriculture and industry.

4. Oil refineries

Commerce City hosts a significant presence in the oil industry, notably housing major refineries like Suncor Energy, which has played a pivotal role in the city’s economic growth and remains a longstanding contributor to the regional energy sector. While these refineries are integral to Commerce City’s industrial landscape, the city has diversified its economy and amenities, providing residents with a well-rounded living environment beyond its industrial identity.

5. Recreational opportunities

Commerce City offers diverse recreational opportunities catering to varied interests. The city’s expansive trail system, including the Sand Creek Regional Greenway, provides scenic pathways for walking, jogging, and cycling, connecting residents to nature. Additionally, Commerce City boasts a range of parks, sports complexes, and community centers offering activities from team sports and fitness programs to cultural events, ensuring there’s something for everyone seeking an active and engaging lifestyle.

If you are represented by an agent, this is not a solicitation of your business. This article is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional advice from a medical provider, licensed attorney, financial advisor, or tax professional. Consumers should independently verify any agency or service mentioned will meet their needs. Learn more about our Editorial Guidelines here.

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