We are currently conducting both on-site and off-site air monitoring and will keep the community informed as we learn more. At this time, we do not know whether the odor is coming from the Shell Puget Sound Refinery.

Our goal is always to conduct our work in a way that respects our neighbors. If you are concerned about the odor, please call the refinery main gate at 360-293-0800.

For reasons of commercial confidentiality, we do not provide details about the operational status of individual units or information on supply.

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Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery is a place where generations of area residents have found jobs, built careers, supported families and strengthened their communities.

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