Large steel pulp tanks sit inside the digester building at the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. site in Bellingham, shown on April 16, 2009. The pulp and tissue paper mill employed as many as 1,200 people at its peak.
Large steel pulp tanks sit inside the digester building at the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. site in Bellingham, shown on April 16, 2009. The pulp and tissue paper mill employed as many as 1,200 people at its peak. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Large steel pulp tanks sit inside the digester building at the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. site in Bellingham, shown on April 16, 2009. The pulp and tissue paper mill employed as many as 1,200 people at its peak. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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