A Message From Phillips 66
Yesterday, July 26, gasoline was released at the Rahway Tank Farm into secondary containment onsite. Our Bayway Emergency Responders and the Linden Fire Department responded and together have stabilized the release. The material did not leave the tank field property.
Phillips 66 personnel have been conducting fence-line air quality monitoring. Collected data indicate no benzene levels in the community. We are working with local officials to ensure the community stays informed. The Linden Police Department has utilized the NIXLE Alert system to facilitate communication.
A precautionary message was sent last night at about 9pm. Cleaning and monitoring will continue to ensure the safety of the community, the environment, and our people which is of utmost importance to our company. Any additional measures will be communicated to the community by Linden Police NIXLE system or the reverse 911 emergency notification system.
Phillips 66 continue to work closely with Linden Fire Department and Linden Police Department on the response.