BP Refinery

We regulate water and hazardous waste activities at the BP Cherry Point Refinery in Blaine.


Comment period: Oily water sewer cleanup

Comment period open May 13, 2020 – June 26, 2020.

We invite you to comment on the draft permit for dangerous waste corrective action for the BP Cherry Point Refinery and modification to a dangerous waste permit for the Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery. These draft permits include detailed requirements to investigate the  oily water sewers at the refineries and clean up any soil or groundwater contamination.

Documents for review and comment for BP:

On Thursday, June 11, 2020, we will hold a public hearing by webinar on the draft permit documents at 6 pm Pacific Time. This hearing will include a short presentation about the proposed investigation and cleanup actions. For more information on the event and how to comment, see our public comment notice.

Facility information

The refinery began operating in 1971 and has about 800 employees. The facility turns crude oil into a variety of petroleum products.

  • At full production, BP is capable of processing approximately 225,000 barrels of crude oil each day.
  • Wastewater from the petroleum making process and contaminated stormwater are treated and sent to the Strait of Georgia.
  • Other stormwater runoff (such as what comes from the parking lot) is treated and sent to Terrell Creek, ultimately ending up in Birch Bay.

Permit information

The Northwest Clean Air Agency regulates the refinery’s air quality activities. Visit the Northwest Clean Air Agency website or call 800-622-4627 for more information.

BP Contacts

Company website

Facility phone: 360-371-1500
Location: 4519 Grandview Road, Blaine, Wash.