At Northwest Innovation Works, we’re investing in a clean-technology facility that will protect our global air and local water, benefit the local and state economies, and help meet the global demand for methanol in an environmentally responsible way.
“At Northwest Innovation Works, we’re investing over $2 billion in a clean-technology facility in Kalama, Washington. By reducing greenhouse gases globally and setting new standards for environmentally responsible industrial development locally, we are meaningfully confronting climate change while creating family – wage jobs.” Simon Zhang, CEO
"This is exactly what our community needs to prove that we can do better. We can tackle climate change, protect our river, and create family-wage jobs all at the same time.” Mike Bridges, President of the Longview/Kelso Building and Construction Trades Council
"We can't beat climate change by accepting the status quo. We need to drive new standards by surpassing current best practices. NWIW is voluntarily offsetting 100% of project related in state greenhouse gas emissions and is displacing even more emissions globally, using zero liquid discharge technology to safeguard our waters and using ultra-low emissions technology to protect our air," Kent Caputo, Chief Commercial Officer and General Counsel.