Monthly “No Methanol” Activist Meeting

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Location

154 North 1st Street
Kalama
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WA
98625
United States

Monthly “No Methanol” activist meeting, Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 6-7:00 p.m. (social hour starts at 5:30) 154 North 1st Street, Kalama, WA. Meet local activists working to stop the proposed methanol refinery at the Port of Kalama. Hear updates on the campaign and learn how you can get involved.

 

No Methanol Activists in Olympia, WA
No Methanol Activists in Olympia, WA

Monthly “No Methanol” activist meeting

  • WHAT: Meet local activists working to stop the proposed methanol refinery at the Port of Kalama. Hear updates on the campaign and learn how you can get involved.
  • WHEN: Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 6-7:00 p.m. (social hour starts at 5:30)
  • WHERE: 154 N. 1st Street, Kalama, WA
  • Questions? Contact Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky.
  • About Fracked-Gas-To-Methanol Refineries: A subsidiary of the Chinese Academy of Sciences called Northwest Innovation Works proposes building two of the world’s largest fracked-gas-to-methanol refineries in Kalama, Washington and Port Westward, Oregon. Methanol is a chemical used to make plastic or burned as a fuel. A single refinery could consume 320 million cubic feet of fracked gas per day, more than all other industrial uses in the State of Washington combined. Each refinery would emit more than 1 million tons of greenhouse gases from the smokestacks alone—and emit up to 7 million tons when “upstream” methane leakage is considered.
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