Portland Tribune reports that Wilsonvillle's SORT Bioenergy, believes it was denied due process by Metro in its consideration of the region's
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Thanks to a grant from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), the great folks at BRING in Eugene, OR, have spent the past twelve months asking their stakeholders what they appreciate about BRING and how to expand their many programs and are charting an exciting new course.
Starting April 2nd, PDX travelers will be able to dine on real dishes and silverware in the food cart area of the Oregon Market.
The new durable dishware is part of a three-month pilot project made possible by a grant from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
From DEQ Materials Management December Newsletter
From the DEQ Materials Management December Newsletter
In December, DEQ awarded more than $600,000 in grant funding to 19 projects across the state.
These grants will help Oregon manage materials more sustainably, reducing environmental impacts while also creating jobs, feeding at-risk populations, and supporting home construction for low-income families.
From the DEQ Material Management December Newsletter
DEQ’s annual Oregon Material Recovery and Waste Generation Report is now available, and the results show a decrease in recovery and an increase in waste generation.
For more information regarding Oregon's Bottle Bill, and resources regarding the 2018 expansion, visit AOR's Bottle Bill Resource Page.