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McKinley Paper asks to limit wastewater inspections until restart of Port Angeles, WA, mill in 2018

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McKinley Paper asks to limit wastewater inspections until restart of Port Angeles, WA, mill in 2018

September 13, 2017 - 15:47
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PORT ANGELES, WA, Sept. 13, 2017 (Peninsula Daily News ) -McKinley Paper Co. wants to reduce the monitoring frequency for treated wastewater that pours from two outfalls into the Strait of Juan de Fuca until late next year — after the company expects to restart the Ediz Hook plant.

The public comment period on McKinley’s proposed revision to its state Department of Ecology permit began Wednesday and ends Oct. 9, according to a public notice Wednesday in the Peninsula Daily News.

The factory, which Mexican-owned McKinley purchased March 31 from Nippon Paper Industries U.S.A. for $20.6 million, is no longer manufacturing paper for telephone books and newspapers.

Peninsula Daily News - McKinley asks to limit inspections of wastewater until it restarts Port Angeles plant

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