David Mueller, who moved to Tacoma from Bellingham with wife Pam six years ago and bought a home that overlooks the Port of Tacoma in Northeast Tacoma, is worried about the safety and environmental effects that a proposed methanol plant might bring if built on the Blair Waterway. The $3.4 billion dollar project proposed by Northwest Innovation Works and backed by the Chinese government and British Petroleum would be the largest methanol manufacturing facility in the world, according to Citizens for a Healthy Bay in Tacoma.
David Mueller, who moved to Tacoma from Bellingham with wife Pam six years ago and bought a home that overlooks the Port of Tacoma in Northeast Tacoma, is worried about the safety and environmental effects that a proposed methanol plant might bring if built on the Blair Waterway. The $3.4 billion dollar project proposed by Northwest Innovation Works and backed by the Chinese government and British Petroleum would be the largest methanol manufacturing facility in the world, according to Citizens for a Healthy Bay in Tacoma. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune
David Mueller, who moved to Tacoma from Bellingham with wife Pam six years ago and bought a home that overlooks the Port of Tacoma in Northeast Tacoma, is worried about the safety and environmental effects that a proposed methanol plant might bring if built on the Blair Waterway. The $3.4 billion dollar project proposed by Northwest Innovation Works and backed by the Chinese government and British Petroleum would be the largest methanol manufacturing facility in the world, according to Citizens for a Healthy Bay in Tacoma. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune

Proposed methanol plant at Port of Tacoma beginning to draw concerns

November 30, 2015 01:26 PM

UPDATED December 02, 2015 01:18 PM

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