WCFD17 serves neighborhoods to the immediate south of the Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery.
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Phillips 66 provided an initial $60,000 donation, which was matched by BP Cherry Point.
Plans were announced in 2018 and the project was entering a public comment phase to define the scope of the required environmental impact statement.
6 businesses and 4 individuals were recognized by the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce.
“While we believe the Ferndale Refinery is a strategic fit for this renewable diesel project, permitting uncertainties were leading to delays and higher costs.”
"Flares are important safety devices used in refineries and petrochemical facilities."
New computers, electronic microscopes, robotics programs and 3-D printers will be purchased.
The facility would make diesel fuel from waste fats, oils, greases, animal fats and cooking oil.
A tall dark plume of black smoke could be seen from a distance emanating from the refinery.