Name: Longview Fibre
Stock: Longv F - LFB
Address: P.O. Box 639
Exchange: New York
Founded / State of Incorporation: 1927 / Washington
CEO: Richard Wollenberg
Executive (Cash) Compensation '95/'94 % change: $454,925 / $434,196 / 5%
Total Compensation FY96 $478,316
What: Longview Fibre is a diversified timber products company.
Annual Meeting Place: Longview, WA
Annual Meeting Date: 28 January 1997
Deadline for Shareholder Resolutions: 18 August 1997
Past Shareholder Resolutions? 95/96/97 NO
Other information: Longview Fibre is one of Washington State's largest Corporate Polluter.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency's Toxics Release Inventory for 1990-94, the TOP TEN polluters reporting the greatest discharges (in pounds) to Washington waters included:
WEYERHAEUSER - COSMOPOLIS (WA) - 8,707,255
Rayonier - Port Angeles - 7,894,420
ITT Rayonier - Hoquiam - 2,125,940
Scott Paper - Everett - 1,749,650
James River - Camas - 1,413,974
Georgia-Pacific - Bellingham - 1,104,606
WEYERHAEUSER - LONGVIEW (WA) - 1,085,988
LONGVIEW FIBRE - LONGVIEW (WA) - 675,220
Arco - Blaine - 487,084
Texeco - Anacortes - 321,059
The TOP FIVE dischargers (in pounds) of carcinogenic chemicals (1990- 1994) to Washington waters included:
WEYERHAEUSER - LONGVIEW (WA) - 684,815
LONGVIEW FIBRE - LONGVIEW (WA) 630,270
Georgia-Pacific West - Bellingham - 112,929
WEYERHAEUSER - EVERETT (WA) - 62,100
Simpson Tacoma Kraft Co. (WA) Largest Private Corporation (in 1995 Revenues) in Washington State - 62,053
[NOTE: Corporations in Capital Letters and BOLD are included in the Washington State Corporation Profiles.]
Source: Environmental Working Group compiled from EPA Toxics Release Inventory 1990-1994.
SAMPLE OF LONGVIEW FIBRE ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS (1995) IN WASHINGTON
Source:Dept. of Ecology Enforcement Summary, July-Sept 1995 Web Site
- $1,000 fine, Longview Fibre Company, Longview, for exceeding carbon monoxide air quality limit on 24 March 1995. Status: Paid.
- $8,000 fine, Longview Fibre Company, Longview, for exceeding fecal coliform, biochemical oxygen demand and total suspended solids to the Columbia River. Status: Paid.
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