KALAMA , Wash. - Developers of a $1.8 billion Cowlitz County methanol plant would have to offset - or find ways to reduce - carbon emissions under the terms of a key shoreline permit approved this week by the state Department of Ecology.The high-profile Northwest Innovation Works project in Kalama is to produce methanol from Western natural gas, and ship the chemical to China to be used as a feedstock in the plastics industry.The project has been lauded by Gov.
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Washington state approves a permit for the Cowlitz County methanol plant, but adds a requirement to reduce or offset carbon emissions. Developers of a $1.8 billion Cowlitz County methanol plant would have to offset — or find ways to reduce — carbon emissions under the terms of a key shoreline permit approved this week by the state Department of Ecology.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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