It was confirmed by Catherine Kuhlman Executive Officer of the North Coast Regional Water Board that Freshwater Tissue's Water Permit is still in effect.  This allows them to put storm water out of the outfall pipe into the ocean.  As we have mentioned before, this is a concern because of the toxins at the site from years of making pulp and because of the demolition going on. Water Board members are now aware of this oversight. We trust that they will act to revoke this permit soon. According to the Cease and Desist Order that was approved at the same time as the permit, there are a series of deadlines that Freshwater needed to meet to keep the permit in effect.  They have not met any of these requirements and their permit should already have been revoked.

By May 1, 2011 Freshwater should have submitted demolition sampling data to the Water Board within two weeks of starting demolition or by May 1, 2011 at the latest.  Information on this submission is not yet on Geotracker.


Eurekan
5/6/2011 10:41:01 am

WestEureka,

Good work !
Keep on watching them.

"According to the Cease and Desist Order that was approved at the same time as the permit,,, their permit should already have been revoked."


As you can see. Mr Bobs,not to be trusted.

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Ex
5/11/2011 09:14:53 am

It does appear, that major demo work to the most toxic areas(bleach plant)are nearly completed. Getting over and getting it fast.Bob bought,to tear it down. And down it does come . BUT at what price ? They have done it faster then you could've ever guessed .

Also inside sources say,,,,,,,
An offer was made to run the mill shortly after it's shut down. Our old partners came back to the mill for more pulp. Mr bob said no. He was after the free money of the GREEN investment scams going around. 400 mill to work off of . Thats what he wanted right?
Nice pay checks I bet .

The point ?
These are facts

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dedicated westender
5/20/2011 06:10:47 pm

Ho Hum. Another environmental rip-off sanctioned by the permit-granting agencies. Give'em a permit they don't deserve, condition it to get past those meddling activists, then move on to something else. Enforcement? Whazzat?

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DeadonEx
5/23/2011 12:34:31 pm

""""Ho Hum. Another environmental rip-off sanctioned by the permit-granting agencies.""""


"Enforcement? Whazzat?"

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