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State health department found higher-than-normal air pollution emissions in area near Suncor refinery

REMOTE (April 12, 2023): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment found higher-than-normal levels of sulfur dioxide in the area surrounding the Suncor refinery in Commerce City this morning. The higher-than-normal levels did not exceed federal National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The standard is measured in one-hour increments, and it is 75 parts per billion per hour. Cultivando’s air monitors recorded two short-term spikes, one at 155 ppb and another at 186 ppb.