The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public workgroup meeting on how local governments can satisfy the new contamination assessment and reduction component of SB 263’s expanded education and promotion recycling program element.
Own a charger for an electric vehicle? Own a dispenser for propane or natural gas? Produce or import biomethane in Oregon?
Then you may be eligible to earn clean fuel credits. These credits can be sold to fuel importer as a way for them to comply with state clean fuels standards through the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s Oregon Clean Fuels Program.
Judy Skinner,long-time AOR member and dedicated recycler, was recently named "Recycler of the Year" at the Mid-Valley Green Awards.
Judy has been a volunteer for Marion County for about 17 years, completed the Master Recycler class and contributed more than 300 hours of volunteer payback hours.
Metro released its first story in a new series of articles that will run in 2016 and into 2017 to provide more context for public discussions and upcoming Metro Council decisions related to the Solid Waste Roadmap and Regional Solid Waste Management plan.
Shared from Press Release Provided by OBRC
As a valuable community partner of Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA)'s 2016 Conference & Trade Show, the Association of Oregon Recyclers invites you to join WSRA May 15-18, 2016 at the Wenatchee Convention Center in Wenatchee, WA.
Metro held its first stakeholder meeting on product stewardship for HHW on January 25th. The meeting covered the challenges of HHW, defined extended producer responsibility and outlined how it could be used for HHW.
The meeting also covered Metro’s Approach to EPR for HHW and provided an in-depth overview of Oregon Bill HB 3251-1 as well as a facilitated discussion covering the scope of covered products, program financing, and program performance.
The intention of the discussion was to help clarify the intent of the legislation and identify areas of stakeholder concern.