Industrial Section

Industrial Section

Millennium Bulk Terminals, Longview LLC

This webpage only addresses wastewater discharges from current activities at the facility. Information on other activities at the site include:


Location & History

MBTL is a bulk materials handling facility located in Longview, Washington. Directly employing about 33 staff, they:
  • Store and transport bulk alumina and other materials.
  • Are converting buildings for dry storage operations.
  • Perform cleanup from the operation of the former Reynolds Metals aluminum smelter with property owner Northwest Alloys, a subsidiary of Alcoa.
Ecology's Industrial Section is drafting the facility's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. If you'd like to receive notice when it's available for public comment, please contact Angie Fritz at (360) 407-7393 or angela.fritz@ecy.wa.gov.

Timeline
January 2012 Ecology finds MBTL's NPDES application complete and sends out public notice.
December 2011 Ecology issues MBTL Section 401 Water Quality Certification for Columbia River dredging and dock repair.
September 2011 MBTL submits engineering report in support of NPDES application
August 2011 MBTL submits renewal NPDES application
January 2011 MBTL purchases the facility from Chinook Ventures.


Additional Resources
The Reynolds Metals aluminum smelter permanently closed in 2001. Smelting equipment has been removed. Information on the cleanup of the former smelter

Washington coal export project proposals

NPDES permit

Facility Site Number: 29

Location and Mailing address:

4029 Industrial Way
Post Office Box 999
Longview, WA 98632

Ecology Contact:
Judy Schwieters
(360) 407-6942

Facility 24 hour Contact Number: (360) 749-0158