Oregon PSR and our coalition partners have been working for the past few years to end the Millennium Bulk Projects coal export terminal proposed for Longview, Washington. If built, Millennium would be the largest coal export facility in North America, sending up to 44 million metric tons of Powder River and Uinta Basin coal per year to Asian markets that are quickly turning away from coal-fired power. Up to sixteen trains a day traveling between the Powder River Basin and Longview would serve the terminal, impacting public safety response times in rail communities across the Pacific Northwest and contributing to higher rates of cancer in low-income communities, including Longview’s Highlands neighborhood.
Millennium Dealt Another Blow In Federal Lawsuit (4/2/19)
US Eyes Military Bases for Coal, Gas Exports (10/15/18)
Proposed nation's largest coal export terminal defeated! - PSR National (10/3/17)
Statement on Washington DNR Decision to Deny Millennium Bulk Terminal Lease (1/3/17)
View all comments on the draft EIS produced by Cowlitz County and Washington Department of Ecology.
Oregon and Washington PSR Comments on Millennium Bulk Terminal Draft Environmental Impact Statement.
Longview Health Factsheet (English language version)
Longview Health Factsheet (Spanish language version)
Potential Health Impacts of Millennium Bulk Terminals Longview - scoping comments submitted for Environmental Impact Statement process.
If you are a (non-physician) health professional, public health advocate or if you work in the health community in Washington State, please read our Washington Health Community Statement. Add your name to this statement.