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GEORGIA PACIFIC WEST BELLINGHAM
300 W LAUREL ST BELLINGHAM WA 98225
GIS latitude:
48.74678
GIS longitude:
-122.48348
Ecology region:
NWRO
County:
Whatcom
Location description:
Legislative district:
42
Congressional district:
2
WRIA:
1
Tribal land:
N
Alternate names
Also known as
Georgia Pacific
GEORGIA PACIFIC CORP
GEORGIA PACIFIC CORPORATION UST 7482
GEORGIA PACIFIC WEST BELLINGHAM
GEORGIA PACIFIC WEST INC
GEORGIA-PACIFIC WEST, INC CHLOR-ALKALI PLANT
GP West Pulp Tissue Mill RAU
Hilltop Farm WW Landfill
Port of Bellingham - Bellingham Mill Site
Port of Bellingham Georgia Pacific West
Port of Bellingham Laurel St
Interactions for this facility/site
Interaction Interaction description Ecology program Ecology program contact Program ID Start date End date
Air Qual Oper Permit Source Facilities with actual or potential emissions that are greater than 100 tons of (or 10 tons any one hazardous air pollutants or 25 tons per year of a combination of hazardous pollutants) fugitive air emissions per year.  (These are generally large industrial facilities governed by the federal and state operating permit program.) See Ch. 173-401 WAC AIRQUAL (360) 407-6806 S 073 0004 1/1/1977
Hazardous Waste Generator Facilities that generate any quantity of a dangerous waste.  They may be classified as SQG, MQG, or LQG depending on hazardous waste generated for a given month. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6734 WAD009252297 8/15/1980 12/31/1994
Toxics Release Inventory Facilities in specific industries that manufacture, process or use more than the threshold amount of one or more of 600 listed toxic chemicals. Most threshold amounts are 10,000 or 25,000 pounds per year. Some chemicals have much lower thresholds. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6171 WAD009252297 1/1/1987 12/31/2003
Emergency/Haz Chem Rpt TIER2 Businesses that store 10,000 pounds or more of a hazardous chemical or 500 pounds or less, depending on the chemical, of an extremely hazardous chemical on site at any one time must report annually. Reports are sent to the State Emergency Response Commission [represented by Ecology] Local Emergency Planning Committees, and local fire departments for emergency planning. [product, not waste] HAZWASTE (360) 407-6171 WAD009252297 1/1/1988
Hazardous Waste Planner Under Chapter 173-307 WAC, facilities that report under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning/Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA), or that generate more than 2,640 pounds of hazardous waste per year, must prepare Pollution Prevention Plans.  HAZWASTE (360) 407-6731 WAD009252297 1/1/1991 2/13/2008
LUST Facility A release related to a regulated leaking underground storage tank system is associated with the site. TOXICS (360) 407-7224 7482 9/26/1991 9/28/2006
Hazardous Waste Generator Facilities that generate any quantity of a dangerous waste.  They may be classified as SQG, MQG, or LQG depending on hazardous waste generated for a given month. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6734 WAD009252297 1/1/1995 12/31/2009
State Cleanup Site A site is being cleaned up under state regulations. Regulations include Model Toxics Control Act or its predecessors. TOXICS (360) 407-7224 1/31/1996
Underground Storage Tank Any one or combination of tanks (including connecting underground pipes) that is used to contain regulated substances and has a tank volume of ten percent or more beneath the surface of the ground. This term does not include any of the exempt UST systems specified in WAC 173-360A-0110(1) or any piping connected thereto. See WAC 173-360A. TOXICS (360) 407-7224 7482 3/20/2000 3/20/2000
Industrial Sites The Industrial Section focuses on three major industries of Washington State: Aluminum Smelters, Oil refineries and Pulp and Paper Mills. The Section's staff is trained to handle the complexities of these industries and is responsible for environmental permitting, site inspections, and compliance issues. They regulate air, water, hazardous waste, and cleanup management activities at pulp and paper mills and aluminum smelters. They also regulate water, hazardous waste, and cleanup management activities at state oil refineries. toxics (360) 407-6409 1/1/2001
Sediments A sediment site is a location of interest at which sediment chemical and/or biological data has been obtained and evaluated for potential impacts to human health or the environment.   Sediment sites may exist beneath or be associated with freshwater, marine and estuarine bodies of water.   Sediment sites may or may not be linked to a known land-based facility. TOXICS (360) 407-7224 1/1/1900
Enforcement Final An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. TOXICS (360) 407-6712 9/1/2009
Industrial NPDES IP Individual NPDES and State permits issued to industries to regulate discharges of process wastewater to state waters. WATQUAL (360) 407-6400 WA0001091 5/15/1991
Hazardous Waste Generator Facilities that generate any quantity of a dangerous waste.  They may be classified as SQG, MQG, or LQG depending on hazardous waste generated for a given month. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6734 WAD009252297 8/31/2012 12/31/2012
Haz Waste Management Activity Facilities that are required to have an EPA/State ID number but who do not generate and/or manage hazardous waste (XQG generator status).  This includes transporters, used oil recycler's, and dangerous waste fuel marketers and burners. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6734 WAD009252297 12/31/2012 12/31/2013
Hazardous Waste Generator Facilities that generate any quantity of a dangerous waste.  They may be classified as SQG, MQG, or LQG depending on hazardous waste generated for a given month. HAZWASTE (360) 407-6734 WAD009252297 12/31/2013 12/31/2017
Construction SW GP General permit issued to owner/operators of construction projects that disturb 1 or more acres of land through clearing, grading, excavating, or stockpiling of fill material that discharge stormwater to state waters. WATQUAL (360) 407-6400 WAR303857 2/24/2016
NAICS codes for this facility
Code Description
322121 Paper (except Newsprint) Mills
SIC codes for this facility
Code Description
2611 PULP MILLS
2621 PAPER MILLS
2812 ALKALIES AND CHLORINE
2861 GUM AND WOOD CHEMICALS
4953 REFUSE SYSTEMS