My name is Bill Almas and I am Chevron’s manager for future development/re-use of the former Pacific Coast Pipeline site. I work closely with my colleague, Leslie Klinchuch, who manages clean up activities at the site. Leslie and I are excited to be moving ahead with plans to revitalize the property. This website is designed to provide information to keep you informed about our progress. We welcome your participation.
View the Fillmore Works Project Timeline
- Chevron releases Groundwater Treatment System video. Watch here.
- Fillmore Works Remediation & Redevelopment Community Focus Group Meeting: August 24, 2015 at the Fillmore Active Adult and Community Center, 535 Santa Clara Street from 5:30-7:30 pm, Stion will be on hand to discuss the proposed solar project.
- Chevron updates plans for the Pacific Coast Pipeline Site. Read the letter here.
- Ventura County Star: “Federal agency says former Fillmore Refinery does not pose health risk” – June 26, 2015. Read the article.
- The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry releases summary of findings. Read it in English or Spanish.
- Chevron releases Fillmore Works 2014 Restoration video. Watch it now.
- Chevron releases history booklet, “Oil and Refining: Part of Fillmore’s Natural and Patriotic History.” View the booklet in English or Spanish.
- US EPA releases October 2014 fact sheet regarding construction of groundwater cleanup remedy (En Español)
- Growing Up at the Fillmore Refinery, memoirs from Joe Scanlin Jr. and Don Scanlin
- US EPA releases video “Pacific Coast Pipeline Superfund Site Cleanup.” Watch the video here.
- Read Leslie Klinchuch’s Monthly Update in the News Section
- For additional news, click here.
- For answers to frequently asked questions, click here.
- Learn more about recent community outreach (En Español)