May 30, 2017 –
he Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) will soon rule on a key permit for the world’s largest methanol refinery proposed in Kalama, Washington. Don’t miss your chance to tell Ecology to block this climate-wrecking project! Join the rally at Ecology’s office in Vancouver , WA office on May 30, 2017, at 11 a.m.
The proposed Kalama methanol refinery would consume more fracked natural gas than every gas-fired power plant in Washington combined and become the #1 source of air pollution in Kalama. It has no place on the Columbia River.
What: Rally to help Ecology do the right thing: reject the permit for the Kalama methanol refinery.
When: Tuesday, May 30, 2017; 11 a.m. to noon
Where: Department of Ecology Vancouver Field Office; 12119 NE 99th St; Vancouver, WA 98682
Remember to wear red!
Last month, Ecology refused to issue a permit to Northwest Innovation Works and instead required the corporation to provide more specific information about the methanol refinery and export terminal. With more information in hand, we expect Ecology to make its final permitting decision about the methanol refinery within the next month. Please join us on May 30 and stand up to the world’s largest methanol refinery!