Chevron Products, Salt Lake Refinery is located approximately 3 miles north of Salt Lake City on the west side of Interstate 15. Since 1948, the refinery has been in continuous operation. It processes approximately 45,000 barrels of crude oil daily into products such as gasoline, diesel, propane, and jet fuel.
In 1991, Chevron and the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) entered into a Stipulated Consent Agreement which address requirement for Corrective Action. The agreement required Chevron to conduct on-site environmental investigations, corrective action and clean up, and closure of waste units. Since that time, Chevron identified and investigated waste units that have mostly been cleaned up or closed, and now receiving regular environmental monitoring.
In 1997, the UDEQ issued Chevron a Post Closure Permit superceding the 1991 Corrective Action Order. The Permit on-line not the official copy (please contact us for updated permit information) was reissued on August 31, 2007. The Post-Closure Permit outlines the required post-closure monitoring of the Reservoir Hazardous Waste Management Area and continued corrective action.
Environmental Indicator Determinations for Chevron: