The refinery began operating in 1954 and has about 285 employees and 200 contactors that work on the site. The facility processes crude oil into a variety of petroleum products.
- At full production, the refinery is capable of processing approximately 103,000 barrels of crude oil each day.
- Wastewater from the petroleum making process and contaminated stormwater is treated and sent to the Strait of Georgia.
- Noncontaminated stormwater is sent to either Lummi Bay, the Strait of Georgia, or a wooded area that feeds a wetland before going to the Slater Road Ditch.
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.
Phillips 66 contacts
Facility phone: 360-384-1011
Location: 2901 Unick Road, Ferndale, Wash.