This conceptual drawing for “Waypoint” by Mutuus Studio shows how the acid accumulator from the former Georgia-Pacific pulp and paper mill will be transformed for use in a new waterfront park, also named Waypoint.
This conceptual drawing for “Waypoint” by Mutuus Studio shows how the acid accumulator from the former Georgia-Pacific pulp and paper mill will be transformed for use in a new waterfront park, also named Waypoint. City of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
This conceptual drawing for “Waypoint” by Mutuus Studio shows how the acid accumulator from the former Georgia-Pacific pulp and paper mill will be transformed for use in a new waterfront park, also named Waypoint. City of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Remember the ‘acid ball’ as art? Here’s when you might see it at a new waterfront park

October 13, 2017 5:00 AM

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