Posts Tagged ‘alcoa’

Conservation Groups Intervene to Defend Washington State Against Coal Exporter’s Lawsuit »

March 7th, 2017: Columbia Riverkeeper, Washington Environmental Council, and Sierra Club took steps today to defend the Washington Department of Natural Resources against a high-profile lawsuit filed by backers of the nation’s largest coal export terminal. On February 2, 2017, Millennium Bulk Logistics and NW Alloys, a subsidiary of Alcoa, sued the Washington Department of Natural Resources after the department denied a key lease needed for Millennium to operate a proposed 44 million ton per year coal export terminal along the Columbia River.

Public Hearing: Reynolds Cleanup »

March 1st, 2016: [ March 9, 2016; 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm. ] The contaminated legacy of the Reynolds Aluminum facility on the Columbia River needs to change, but it won’t happen without you. Your last chance to advocate for a strong cleanup is now. Attend a public hearing on March 9th and submit comments online through March 18th.

Cleaning up toxic pollution should be the only choice for Longview »

August 1st, 2014: What kind of clean up do polluted sites on the Columbia River deserve? The highest level, of course! The toxic legacy of the Reynolds Aluminum facility needs to change, and Columbia Riverkeeper, the Sierra Club and Landowners and Citizens for a Safe Community submitted our public comments to Washington Department of Ecology saying just that.