read more

The SEPA Final EIS is available for reference (beginning May 4th) at:

Cowlitz County Administration Building
Department of Building & Planning
Office of the Board of County Commissioners

207 4th Avenue North

Kelso, WA 98626


Washington State Department of Ecology

300 Desmond Drive SE

Lacey, WA 98503


Longview Public Library

1600 Louisiana Street

Longview, WA 98632


Castle Rock Library

137 Cowlitz Street West

Castle Rock, WA 98611


Kelso Public Library

Three Rivers Mall

351 Three Rivers Drive, Suite 1263

Kelso, WA 98626


Kalama Public Library

312 N 1st Street

Kalama, WA 98625


Woodland Community Library

770 Park Street

Woodland, WA 98674


Mid-Columbia Libraries—Pasco Branch

1320 West Hopkins Street

Pasco, WA 99301


Spokane Public Library—Downtown

906 West Main Avenue

Spokane, WA 99201


Rainier Public Library

106 West B Street

Rainier, OR 97048



The SEPA Final EIS is now available. The Final EIS provides information for the public and local, state, and federal agencies.

Click here to view the SEPA Final EIS.

There is no public comment period for the Final EIS. Opportunities for future appeal of the Final EIS will
be available concurrent to appeals connected to potential future permitting decisions.

  • Health Impact Assessment

    What is a Health Impact Assessment (HIA)

    An HIA is defined as a combination of procedures, methods and tools that systematically judges the potential, and sometimes unintended, effects of a proposed program, project, plan, or policy on the health of a population and the distribution of those effects within the population.

    Learn More

  • SEPA Final EIS

    SEPA Environmental Impact Statement

    SEPA requires agencies to take environmental factors into consideration before taking action on proposed projects. It’s important to emphasize that the environmental review process is not a decision, permit, or a yes or no on the project.

    Download the SEPA EIS

  • Proposed Action

    Millennium Bulk Terminals – Longview (MBTL) LLC, based in Longview, Washington proposes to construct and operate a coal export terminal at the site of the former Reynolds Aluminum smelter in Cowlitz County. The MBTL proposal is for a facility that would ultimately have the capacity to handle 44 million metric tons of coal annually.

    Learn More

MILLENNIUM Bulk Terminals-Longview | NEPA / SEPA Environmental Impact Statements

©2013 Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview, WA EIS  |   en Español  |  Request Special Services  |  Mailing Address | Privacy Policy