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Campbell Industrial Park (CIP) Emergency Updates

Last Updated (Friday, 09 November 2012 11:13) Written by Ron Ho

Tuesday January 31, 2012 3:00pm A fire occurred at Leeward Auto Wreckers at 91-139 Hanua Street. The Honolulu Fire Department has responded to the fire and is onsite to extinguish and investigate.


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Last Updated (Friday, 09 November 2012 11:12) Written by Administrator


Advisories from 2011

Last Updated (Friday, 09 November 2012 11:13) Written by Administrator Saturday, 01 January 2011 11:04


Tuessday November 29, 2011 11:15am A structure fire occurred at 91-1080 Hanua Street. The Honolulu Fire Department responded and has extinguished the fire and will be investigating the cause.

Tuesday September 20, 2011 The Tesoro Refinery is shutting down their sulfur recovery unit, which is causing some odors to be detected within CIP.  Tesoro is monitoring the situation and are taking air samples to check the air quality during this process units shutdown.

Tuesday August 8, 2011 The Tesoro Refinery experienced an internal power outage this morning, which caused the shutdown of their processing units.  This upset condition caused flaring and plumes of smoke to be visible within the area.  Tesoro is in the process of getting the operations back online.

Thursday March 31, 2011 Due to a power outage within CIP, Chevron Refineries is experience upset conditions while they are trying to shutdown certain operations and f Flaring as well as smoke from their FCC is prominent and visible.

Thursday Januarry 6, 2011 Honolulu Fire Department attending to a large fire located on Oihana Street.  They have gotten the fire under control, but it is still smoldering and they are assessing the situation. The fire is located inside of a warehouse and surrounding businesses have been evacuated as a precautionary measure.


Traffic violations occurring in CIP

Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 February 2011 14:26) Written by Administrator Monday, 28 June 2010 18:14

TO: CLEAN Members and Associates



In recent days HPD have received numerous traffic complaints on Kalaeloa Blvd and Hanua St. Many of the complaints refer to the many parking violations on Kalaeloa Blvd and Hanua St.


Kalaeloa Blvd and Hanua St are ‘no parking-anytime’ zones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Many truckers are parking there to purchase food from the numerous lunch wagons and committing violations themselves.


HPD has sent a warning to these lunch wagon vendors and informed them of the no parking zone violation. It has been recommended that they park on the side streets to avoid citations. I ask that you share this with your employees to eliminate other parking violations from occurring on Kalaeloa Blvd and Hanua St.


We are concerned about traffic safety and ask for your cooperation in getting the word out.