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  • Here's a Fall 2016 update on Bellingham's waterfront projects

    This Port of Bellingham video includes a Fall 2016 update on past and current projects to redevelop Bellingham's downtown waterfront, including the reuse of an acid ball from a former tenant, Georgia-Pacific's pulp and paper mill. The circa 1938 ball was used as a relief system for the nearby digester tanks, where acid broke down wood chips in the pulp-making process.

Here's a Fall 2016 update on Bellingham's waterfront projects

This Port of Bellingham video includes a Fall 2016 update on past and current projects to redevelop Bellingham's downtown waterfront, including the reuse of an acid ball from a former tenant, Georgia-Pacific's pulp and paper mill. The circa 1938 ball was used as a relief system for the nearby digester tanks, where acid broke down wood chips in the pulp-making process.
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