Lakeside Industries' Production Manager Bill Dempsey explains its operations as the company is trying to get permission from the Thurston County to run Recycled Asphalt Materials through its existing plant. It's been trying to gain permission for the past ten years. It requires changes in the county's Comprehensive Plan as the plant has been at odds with the county and environmental groups in the past over other projects.
Lakeside Industries' Production Manager Bill Dempsey explains its operations as the company is trying to get permission from the Thurston County to run Recycled Asphalt Materials through its existing plant. It's been trying to gain permission for the past ten years. It requires changes in the county's Comprehensive Plan as the plant has been at odds with the county and environmental groups in the past over other projects. Steve Bloom The Olympian
Lakeside Industries' Production Manager Bill Dempsey explains its operations as the company is trying to get permission from the Thurston County to run Recycled Asphalt Materials through its existing plant. It's been trying to gain permission for the past ten years. It requires changes in the county's Comprehensive Plan as the plant has been at odds with the county and environmental groups in the past over other projects. Steve Bloom The Olympian

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