The bare 90-acre site of a proposed methanol refinery located on Port of Kalama property along the Columbia River in Kalama is seen March 10, 2016. The state Department of Ecology on Wednesday voided a permit necessary for the construction of the plant.
The bare 90-acre site of a proposed methanol refinery located on Port of Kalama property along the Columbia River in Kalama is seen March 10, 2016. The state Department of Ecology on Wednesday voided a permit necessary for the construction of the plant. Drew Perine Staff file, 2016
The bare 90-acre site of a proposed methanol refinery located on Port of Kalama property along the Columbia River in Kalama is seen March 10, 2016. The state Department of Ecology on Wednesday voided a permit necessary for the construction of the plant. Drew Perine Staff file, 2016

Ecology voids permit for Kalama methanol plant

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