Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery Integrated Contingency Plan
Interested public and local and tribal governments are invited to review and comment on required 5 year updates to industry oil spill plans. These updates are required by the state's oil spill prevention regulations.
Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-180 requires oil handling facilities to have a state-approved plan for prevention of oil spills from the facility into waters of the state, and for the protection of fisheries and wildlife, other natural resources, and public or private property from oil spills.
The following plan is now available for public review:
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