Certol donates goods to The Feline Fix

Certol recently donated copy paper and office supplies to Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Alliance (RMACA) in Denver, CO. The goods donation will support the operational needs of Colorado’s first high quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic, The Feline Fix, for feral, stray, and tame cats. RMACA is also the only organization in metro Denver that operates…

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Today is World Tuberculosis Day!

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), March 24, is World Tuberculosis (TB) Day which aims to promote public awareness about tuberculosis, a preventable disease. TB is still prevalent in many parts of the world, affecting the lives of millions of people each year. Over 9 million people around the world get infected with TB…

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Tank Farm Construction is underway!

Construction is underway on the Certol Planned Unit Development project. Land on the East side of the building is being dug up so concrete can be poured, and large holding tanks will soon be put into place. The concrete pad will allow trucks easier access to the building, and also access to deposit liquids into…

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Certol Donates Medical Products to Feed the Hungry

In February of 2011, Certol International donated over $14,500 worth of medical supplies to the nonprofit organization Feed The Hungry. They sent the supplies to Feed The Children, who then gave the supplies to their partner agency, FoodWorks Colorado (formerly COMPA Ministries) in Denver, Colorado. Certol donated ProView Pouches, ProE Vac, Good Vibrations and vinyl…

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AZ Western Regional 2011

Certol would like to congratulate Rachel Klink, of Phoenix, AZ! She is the winner of the iPod touch giveaway from the Arizona Western Regional Dental Convention. Rachel is a long time Hygienist who is currently volunteering her time with Give Kids Smile, one of the many wonderful programs offered by the CASS Dental Clinic, a…

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ACID Magic Featured in The Family Handyman

“The Stuff We Love: A Safer Substitute for Muriatic Acid” Muriatic (aka hydrochloric) acid is a fantastically cheap, effective way to remove rust stains and etch concrete to prep it for epoxy, to name just a few uses. But the fumes can be harmful, and skin burns are a real threat. There is a safer…

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Planned Unit Development Approved!

On March 1, 2011, the Planning Commission approved a Planned Unit Development proposed by Certol International. Certol will meet with the Commerce City City Council on April 4th to determine if a tank will be approved for installation allowing expansion of production capabilities. The City of Commerce City has been extremely helpful in assisting Certol…

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