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What’s the Deal With: The Acid Ball?

Having a ball with Bellingham's waterfront revitalization

The Acid Ball was built in 1938 and used by Georgia-Pacific to hold liquid and gas from broken-down wood chips. The Acid Ball was moved from its original location on the Georgia-Pacific property to its new location at Waypoint Park in February 2018.
The Acid Ball was built in 1938 and used by Georgia-Pacific to hold liquid and gas from broken-down wood chips. The Acid Ball was moved from its original location on the Georgia-Pacific property to its new location at Waypoint Park in February 2018. (Kyle Tubbs/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kyle Tubbs News Intern
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