Edmonton Fire Rescue Services (EFRS) has provided an update on the hazmat situation just west of Sherwood Park.
On Monday, (May 8) crews were called to 37 Street and 101 Avenue after reports of smoke coming from the Building Products of Canada Corporation plant.
Upon arrival, they found steam in a tank being vented and then cleared the scene.
On Tuesday morning, EFRS crews were then called back to the same location after reports of odd-coloured smoke coming from one of the tanks.
A total of five units, including a hazmat unit, were dispatched to the area with the first ones arriving just after 8:30 a.m.
The tank in question was expected to vent for most of the day while the hazmat team monitored air quality in the area. EFRS crews worked with onsite operators.
One fire, caused by excessive heat in the tank, was extinguished by EFRS.
There were no reported injuries during the incident and EFRS says there is no need for public concern.