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Tacoma Plant (Tacoma, Washington)

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1 253 572 7600
1801 263 5833

1220 Alexander Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98421

Latitude: 47.27260
Longitude: -122.39930

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Products Produced :
High Calcium Quicklime
Pulverized Lime
High Calcium Hydrated Lime
Dolomitic Quicklime
Quicklime Blends (Dolomitic/High Calcium)
High Calcium Limestone Fines
Screened High Calcium Stone Products
Lime Kiln Dust (Co-Products)
Detailed Description:

This versatile plant is located on the Blair Waterway in the Port of Tacoma. The plant produces precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) and a full range of quicklime and hydrated lime products in both bags and bulk. Limestone is barged to the plant from Texada Island in Canada. The 280 ton per day capacity kiln is equipped with an Allis Chalmers grate preheater and is capable of burning pulverized coal and natural gas. Bagging facilities, bin-bag loading and bulk storage are available for both quicklime and hydrated lime products. These products can be loaded into trucks, railcars or sea containers at the plant. An onsite precipitated calcium carbonate plant provides the most modern fillers for the papermaking industry. Finished lime and PCC products can be shipped by truck, rail or barge.