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Background Information: Analysis Shows Kalama Methanol Refinery’s Significant Climate Impacts
Emily Washines, No Methanol

The Washington Department of Ecology’s (Ecology) newly released Final Second Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Kalama methanol refinery concludes that the fossil fuel processing and export facility would have significant negative impacts on our climate and Washington’s ability to meet its carbon-reduction goals.  

The study is a step in the right direction, but Washington must still formally approve or deny permits for the polluting methanol refinery. This is a very important moment to weigh in against a fracked gas project that would quickly become one of Washington’s biggest greenhouse gas polluters.

Final Study of Kalama Methanol Refinery Finds: Fracked Gas Refinery and Export Terminal Would Have Significant Climate Impact