doin' it safer

We’re finding innovative ways to produce energy and fuel progress in the communities we call home.

sniffin’ 101
The DOERS at Chevron do a lot of Sniffin’ at the El Segundo refinery. Like Andre; he's doin' it with a high-tech sensor that tests component emission levels, making sure they’re even less than a marker.

using advanced technology to help keep el segundo clean

round 1: marker vs. component

round 1: marker vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round one: marker vs. component.

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round 1: marker vs. component

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round 1: marker vs. component
round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round two: antibacterial wipes vs. component.

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round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

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round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component
round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round three: nail polish remover vs. component.

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round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

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round 3: nail polish remover vs. component
round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round four: rubbing alcohol vs. component.

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round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

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round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component
round 5: perfume vs. component

round 5: perfume vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round five: perfume vs. component.

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round 5: perfume vs. component

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round 5: perfume vs. component
round 1: marker vs. component

round 1: marker vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round one: marker vs. component.

now playing
round 1: marker vs. component

:25

round 1: marker vs. component
round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round two: antibacterial wipes vs. component.

now playing
round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component

:25

round 2: antibacterial wipes vs. component
round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round three: nail polish remover vs. component.

now playing
round 3: nail polish remover vs. component

:26

round 3: nail polish remover vs. component
round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round four: rubbing alcohol vs. component.

now playing
round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component

:26

round 4: rubbing alcohol vs. component
round 5: perfume vs. component

round 5: perfume vs. component

Chevron uses high-tech sensors to sniff test emission levels of over 320,000 components, and if the levels are too high, we fix them. Let’s see how they compare to the emissions of common household items. Round five: perfume vs. component.

now playing
round 5: perfume vs. component

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round 5: perfume vs. component
are you ready to ROC?

are you ready to ROC?

Chevron’s Refinery Optimization Center is full of DOERS doin’ 24/7 to help keep El Segundo DOERS doin’ what they do.

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Our favorite public surf spots

Did you know? Chevron donated a 1.5 mile stretch of ocean beach to Los Angeles County for public use.

keepin' doers
informed

Doin' takes teamwork. Chevron hosts a Community Advisory Panel to inform our neighbors about safety measures and environmental performance.

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Always on call

Did you know? The El Segundo Refinery has a 24-Hour Community Hotline for questions and concerns. Community members can reach it at
+1 310 615 5342.

"Our challenge as individuals and as a company is to operate with discipline — to be relentless in executing the best practices and procedures that have been carefully developed in each of our operations. We recognize that our work is never done."

Wes L., Chevron Health, Environment and Safety Vice President

doin’ for over
a century

Learn how the largest refinery on the West Coast is fueling ships, jets and California road trips.

learn more about doin’ for over a century

doers in the
community

Where there’s energy, there are opportunities. Through events, training programs and hands-on education initiatives, we’re helping South Bay DOERS make the most of them.

learn more about doers in the community