SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Multiple fire crews are responding to a fire at a chemical plant in Spartanburg County.

Crews were called to Santolubes Manufacturing LLC on West Croft Circle at 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Officials at the scene said 40 personnel from at least 10 local departments responded.

Upon arrival, crews found a fire in the plant and began working to put it out. Shortly before 10 p.m. crews had the fire contained, but were still fighting it in multiple locations around the plant.

Officials said fires had expanded into the duct work of the plant, which hang 30 feet off the floor.

According to its website Santolubes makes synthetic fluids, lubricants and greases.

Officials haven’t determined the cause of the fire, but said various components of the facility and it’s process were involved in the fire.

There is a chemical product involved in the fire, but officials said it is a non-toxic powder used for plastic and paper products. Crews are monitoring air quality and water runoff as a precaution.

People in the area around the plant may smell a burning smell, but there is no danger to the community, officials said.

We will update this story when we have more information.