Public notification of Northwest Innovation Works' application to build a methanol production facility is posted outside the gates of the former Kaiser Aluminum property. The Port of Tacoma bought and cleaned up the property after the smelter halted work more than a dozen years ago. In 2014, Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the port to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the property.
Public notification of Northwest Innovation Works' application to build a methanol production facility is posted outside the gates of the former Kaiser Aluminum property. The Port of Tacoma bought and cleaned up the property after the smelter halted work more than a dozen years ago. In 2014, Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the port to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the property. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Public notification of Northwest Innovation Works' application to build a methanol production facility is posted outside the gates of the former Kaiser Aluminum property. The Port of Tacoma bought and cleaned up the property after the smelter halted work more than a dozen years ago. In 2014, Northwest Innovation Works signed a 30-year lease with the port to build a proposed 125-acre methanol production facility on the property. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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