Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the Port of Tacoma in 2014 to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the former Kaiser Aluminum smelter property — the cleared area at right in this aerial photo.
Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the Port of Tacoma in 2014 to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the former Kaiser Aluminum smelter property — the cleared area at right in this aerial photo. Port of Tacoma Courtesy
Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the Port of Tacoma in 2014 to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the former Kaiser Aluminum smelter property — the cleared area at right in this aerial photo. Port of Tacoma Courtesy

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