Tacoma Water: Methanol: Consumption

The methanol facility use Specifically, presented, “7.1 Water Supply The methanol plant will require significant quantities of water to function. Estimated usage amounts identify the facility as requiring about 10.4 million gallons of water per day (enough to supply 26,000 homes, assuming average use of 400 gallons per day). . . .” See, Methanol EIS […]

Tacoma, can we drink the methanol effluent water?

A simple question deserves a simple answer Proposed is a lot of cubic feet per seconds of potable water feeding the methane to methanol conversion process to make the process work. So, what is wrong with the water that is expelled (effluent water) from this conversion process after it does its processing conversion job? Is […]

Methane process facts missing

Logical decisions need facts first We have some methane gas processing industries proposed for Tacoma Washington, Port of Tacoma, area. This industry is moving ahead with permits and construction planning, but still missing is stakeholders (community people’s) fact information published prior to requesting stakeholder’s comments about these projects. Tacoma stakeholders (the citizens) need more factual […]

Biggest in the world: methanol facility

More Tacoma City methanol facilities arguments I have two thoughts: (1) First; a source of water exists already for a new methanol plant; and (2) Being the biggest might-just present the biggest community hazard potential? Absent any community hazards analysis reports created and published for community to read first. Proposed methanol plant for Port of […]