It’s June 10 again, a hard day for the Pipeline Safety Trust and the greater community of Bellingham, Washington and an unspeakably difficult day for three families. Twenty-four years ago today, three boys were killed in the Olympic … [Read more...] about 24 Years Since the Olympic Pipeline Tragedy
Larsen: Pipeline Safety is Critical to Protecting Communities in Northwest Washington and Across the United States By Representative Rick Larsen, US House of Representatives (March 10, 2023) "The PIPES Act of 2020 provides funding … [Read more...] about Larsen: Pipeline Safety is Critical to Protecting Communities in Northwest Washington and Across the United States
This week, the Pipeline Safety Trust welcomed the API-LEPA Performance Excellence Team (PET) to Bellingham, WA. The PET is an industry effort to develop strategic initiatives to improve pipeline safety on hazardous liquids pipelines. The … [Read more...] about API-LEPA Performance Excellence Team Tours Site of 1999 Bellingham Pipeline Tragedy
Walking Whatcom Creek 23 Years After the Olympic Pipeline Explosion On Tuesday, we walked Whatcom Creek. Our whole staff together. Carl Weimer narrated as we visited the sites of those tragic events in '99. We stood where the … [Read more...] about Reminders and Remembrance
I began working in earnest for the Trust two years ago. Recently, I received a phone call from a timid citizen looking for support as he tried to educate himself in the midst of a pipeline construction project coming his way. He asked this … [Read more...] about What is the Pipeline Safety Trust, and what do you do there?
June 10, 2015 We've just come back from a four day trip to California to participate in a couple of community forums in Contra Costa County, visit with our friends in the city of San Bruno, meet some staffers in the Gas Safety … [Read more...] about Coming Back to Bellingham