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July 2, 2020: Facility called in to CAO program.
Sept. 30, 2020: Facility submitted Emissions Inventory and supporting cover letter.
June 30, 2022: DEQ issues Warning Letter With Opportunity to Correct, requiring updates to the Emissions Inventory and additional documentation
Nov. 1, 2022: Facility submitted revised Emissions Inventory
The Stimson Lumber Company presently houses a saw mill, a planer mill and a wet process hardboard mill. The sawmill and planer mill produce 6' to 10' premium studs for retail markets out of Douglas-fir and Hemlock logs. Most of the logs are supplied from the 472 acre-forest land adjacent to the mill, although Stimson owns half a million acres of forest land throughout the Pacific Northwest. The hardboard plant utilizes the Douglas-fir sawdust and wood chips from the saw mill and presses it into a high density panel used for retail and industrial uses. The finished lumber and hardboard can be shipped to market via trucks or rail (specifically by Portland & Western Railroad, which connects to Union Pacific Railroad). The mill offers loading for center beam cars, maxi trucks, flatbed trucks and vans.
Permit type: Title V
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