Permitting on hold for proposed Tacoma methanol plant

"A controversial proposal to build the world’s largest methanol manufacturing plant at the Port of Tacoma has been shelved for 'the next several months,' the company proposing to build the facility said Friday afternoon."

"Northwest Innovation Works president Murray 'Vee' Godley said in the statement that the company has been 'surprised by the tone and substance of the vocal opposition that has emerged in Tacoma' and would spend the next few months on public outreach efforts. The statement sets no timetable for when the company might restart its application."

Read more of this article by Derrick Nunnally at The News Tribune.

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