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Port of Wilma

BioIDeX Clearwater Basin Community Project

A subhead for the Port of Wilma.

Port of Wilma

The Ports team is evaluating both the Port of Lewiston and the Port of Wilma to determine the feasibility of using either site for processing, storing and transporting woody biomass and/or isobutinol and its by-products. The team aims to think about human experience throughout site development. How can we create sense of place and dynamic human integration within an industrial site? Why do modern ports have to be so isolated from the public? Can the Lewiston or Wilma site become a case study for modern public integration and experience within an industrial and “closed” landscape? After initial evaluations, the site which seems to be the most viable as an important transportation link between Idaho and the biofuels markets will be evaluated more in depth in order to produce master plans and comprehensive strategic plans for the port site.

General Information

  • Located Near the Terminus of the Columbia-Snake River Waterway North of Clarkston Washington
  • On-Water Industrial Development
  • 280 Acres of Developed Industrial Property
  • 76 Acres of Undeveloped Property
  • State Highway 193, Camas Prairie Railroad, Snake River Access

Utilities

  • 2,000 GPM Water System, 500,000-gal. Reservoir with 2 Deep Wells
  • Sewer: 5,000-gal. Septic Tank, 2 300 foot Drain Fields
  • Decommissioned Dual Lagoon Sand Filter Chlorinator
  • Storm Drain System in New Expansion Area

Port Operation

  • 200 Mile Radius Service Area
  • Wood Chips, Timber, Hog Fuel, Wheat, Peas, Lentils, Other Grains
  • 100 Trucks/Day Average Frequency, Peaking 300+ Trucks/Day
  • Railroad Service
  • 6 Barge Dolphin Locations

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The site teams are evaluating the potential use/re-use of several sites throughout the Clearwater Basin that may lend themselves to use in the biomass to biofuels supply chain.

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