Tues. Oct. 24,  2017

San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site

RSVP to info@pasadenacac.org 


Pasadena Citizens' Advisory Council

Tues. Oct. 24, 2017

San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site

RSVP  to info@pasadenacac.org

Meetings are usually held at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 1062 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, Texas from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Write 
info@pasadenacac.org for details or to RSVP.

Welcome to Pasadena Citizens’ Advisory Council (PCAC)

PCAC celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2016.  Twenty-five years of fostering community-industry dialogue is captured in this 25th Anniversary History. Photos were taken by PCAC's Jackie Welch.

Pasadena Citizens’ Advisory Council (PCAC) builds a partnership between industry and community in Pasadena, Texas.  At meetings held 9 times a year, we provide a forum for candid conversation about industry-related issues of community interest or concern.

Open, honest dialogue makes plant members aware of what the community expects of them.  It helps community members understand what plants do and how they work.

The primary issues we address are environment, safety, health, security, emergency response and communications, and hazardous materials transportation.  We also discuss other quality of life issues like the economy and education.

Our community members include individuals who live or work in Pasadena and representatives of organizations and government entities serving the city.  Our 18 Houston Ship Channel plant members include the major industrial facilities in Pasadena.

Come to a PCAC Meeting!

Next Regular Meeting:  Tuesday, October 24,
2017--San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site
  • Meetings usually are held at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 1062 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, Texas. 
  • Write us at info@pasadenacac.org for details or to sign up to attend.

 Recent PCAC Topics

Jan. 2017 - Overview of Environmental Permitting. Summary. Slides. Update on Air Alliance Project in Pasadena.  Summary.  Slides. TCEQ Brochures on Public Participation in Environmental Permitting before 9-1-15 and after 9-1-15
Feb. 2017 - Annual Report on Worker Safety in PCAC Plants. Summary.
Mar. 2017 - Tour of Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management at Houston TranStar.  Summary
Apr. 2017 - Emergency Management and Communications Meeting Review. Introduction to www.PetrochemWorks.com.  Summary
May 2017 - Port of Houston Update.  SummarySlides.

Jan. 2016- PCAC's 25th Anniversary Celebration. Summary. Photo 1. Photo 2. Photo 3. Photo 4Photo 5. Photo 6Photo 7Photo 8 Photo 9Photo 10
Feb. 2016 -- Annual Report on Worker Safety in the 18 PCAC Plants. Summary
Mar. 2016 --
Emergency Communications in a Plant in a Significant Industrial EventSummary
Apr. 2016 -- What Happens at the Pasadena Office of Emergency Management When a Plant Notifies the City of a Significant Event. Summary.  Slides.
May 2016 -- How CHEMTREC Assists Emergency Responders. How to Read the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook. Truck Safety Features.  Summary.  Slides.
August 2016 -- Program Planning.  City of Pasadena Stormwater Management. Summary.  Slides.  
September 2016 -- Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act. Summary.  Handout
October 2016 -- Annual Report on Air Emissions from PCAC Plants.  Summary.
December 2016 -- Cyber Security.  Summary

Jan. 2015- Overview and Tour of San Jacinto College Process Technology Program.  SummaryPresentation.
Feb. 2015- Annual Report on Worker Safety.  Summary.
Mar. 2015- Overview and Tour of PISD Career and Technical High School.  Summary.
Apr. 2015-- I've Got Something on My Mind. Program Planning.  Summary.
Aug. 2015-- Houston Ship Channel Security District.  SummarySlides.
Sept. 2015 -- Tour of US Coast Guard Station.  Summary.
Oct. 2015 -- Annual Report on Air Emissions from PCAC Plants.  Summary.
Dec. 2015 --  Hazardous Materials Transportation by Rail, with Focus on Work of Port Terminal Railroad Association (PTRA).  SummarySlides.

See “Topics and Meetings” page for a list of issues we’ve addressed since 2012, with a short summary of the presentation and, when available, the presentation slides. 

 Host Plant:   Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminal

Kinder Morgan is the largest independent terminal operator in North America, providing a strong, reliable network of approximately 180 terminals serving our customers’ storage, distribution, blending and logistical needs.  Our terminal in Pasadena, Texas, located on North Witter Street, has approximately 19 million barrels of liquid capacity in 137 tanks.  Products managed at this terminal include petroleum products, segregated chemicals, and ethanol.

 PCAC's 18 Pasadena Plants:  

Afton Chemical
Air Products
Chevron Phillips
Enterprise Products
Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority
INEOS (was Axiall)
Intercontinental Terminals
Kinder Morgan Export Terminal
KM Liquids Terminals
LyondellBasell Houston Refinery
Oxy Vinyls
Pasadena Refining
Rentech Nitrogen

The PCAC Plant Directory briefly describes all PCAC plants.




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