POLLUTION LOCATOR|Facilities Contributing to Noncancer Hazards

County: ADAMS
Facility Name City Pounds of Toluene-equivalents
OPTIMA BATTERIES INC.AURORA110,000,000
PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF COLORADO CHEROKEE STATIONDENVER98,000,000
COLORADO REFINING CO.COMMERCE CITY45,000,000
CONOCOPHILLIPS DENVER REFY.COMMERCE CITY12,000,000
NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING CO. DENVERCOMMERCE CITY5,900,000
HAMILTON SUNDSTRANDDENVER5,800,000
CELESTICAWESTMINSTER2,900,000
CONOCOPHILLIPS DENVER TERMINALCOMMERCE CITY600,000
NORTHWEST PIPE CO.DENVER220,000
ONYX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES L.L.C.HENDERSON79,000
DEGUSSA CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS OPS. INC.BRIGHTON61,000
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS CORP.ARVADA36,000
MASTERCRAFT CABINETS INC.AURORA35,000
INTERTAPE POLYMER GROUPBRIGHTON24,000
VALERO DENVER REFINED PRODS. TERMINALCOMMERCE CITY18,000
SINCLAIR OIL CORP. DENVER PRODS. TERMINALHENDERSON16,000
NATIONAL BY-PRODUCTS INC.DENVER9,300
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PRESTRESS INC.DENVER3,100
W. J. WHATLEY INC.COMMERCE CITY2,800
SASHCO INC.BRIGHTON320
DELTA ROCKY MOUNTAIN PETROLEUM INC.HENDERSON15


Note: These rankings do not cover all chemical releases reported to TRI - they only include chemicals that possess risk scores. As a result of data gaps or modeling problems, not all TRI chemicals possess the information required to weight their mass release by toxicity and exposure potential. Dioxin compounds, for example, are not included in these rankings. TRI chemicals that lack risk scores should not be assumed to be safe.