What’s in the Dome on Everett’s Waterfront? Cherries, Apples or Cement?

February 20, 2011

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What's currently flowing thru this dome at Pier 3 on the Everett Waterfront? Cherries, Apples or Cement?

For years locals called it the Aluma-Dome on Everett’s Pier 3. When energy prices started to get out of whack in early 2000, demand for alumina (which is what had been stored and shipped thru the dome) declined and suddenly the dome began to echo for the first time since its dedication in 1969. In 2007, a new company came to the Port of Everett and started storing and shipping something else thru the dome. Is that Cherries, Apples or Cement? Click here to see the correct answer and to learn more about the 500,000 tons of that product now flowing thru the dome. Oh and good news, that company just signed a 20 year extension of its contract with The Port of Everett for use of the dome.

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