Kimberly-Clark, Weyerhaeuser, Jeld-Wen agree to pay $4 million to restore habitat at former mill site in Everett, WA

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Kimberly-Clark, Weyerhaeuser, Jeld-Wen agree to pay $4 million to restore habitat at former mill site in Everett, WA

April 09, 2018 - 18:21

SEATTLE, April 9, 2018 (The Olympian) -A federal judge in Seattle has finalized a nearly $4 million settlement with three companies over habitat damage caused by mill and manufacturing operations in Everett that date to the early 1900s.

Weyerhaeuser Corp., Jeld-Wen Inc. and Kimberly Clark Corp. have operated pulp and paper mills, machine shops, casket builders and other endeavors in the Port Gardner Bay area near the mouth of the Snohomish River.

AP/The Olympian - 3 companies agree to pay $4M to restore Everett habitat

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