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  • Pesticide users can drop off unused pesticides at free event near Coos Bay May 9
    Free Agricultural Pesticide Collection Event
    Saturday May 9, 2015
    8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Beaver Hill Transfer Station Highway 101
    Registration by April 25th is required
    Agricultural and commercial pesticide users from Coos, Curry and Douglas counties can dispose of unwanted pesticides at a free collection event from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 9 at Beaver Hill Transfer Station, 55722 Highway 101. The station is 14 miles south of Coos Bay and ¼ mile south of milepost 253 on Highway 101.
    The one-day event is intended to give commercial, agricultural and institutional pesticide users the opportunity to safely and anonymously dispose of waste pesticides. Registration prior to the event is required so that the contractor can appropriately schedule participants and plan for incoming wastes. Registration is open until April 25 but may close sooner, depending on how quickly spots are filled. Registration forms are available through the Oregon State University Extension Office. 


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DEQ Office Locations, Hours and Closures

In April 2015, the DEQ’s Western Region office in Salem will move to a new location – 4026 Fairview Industrial Drive, Salem, OR. 97302. The target date for operating at the new location is Monday, April 6th, 2015.
This spring, DEQ's Northwest Region Office will move to a new location - the 700 Lloyd building at 700 NE Multnomah St., Portland, OR 97232. The target date for operating at the new location is May 26th, 2015. 
For notice of inclement weather closures at DEQ and statewide, check the Oregon State Office Closures page.

Governor Kate Brown Signs Clean Fuels Legislation

Governor's Office news release, March 12, 2015
(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown statement on the signing of Clean Fuels legislation:
“I strongly support SB 324’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It is difficult to deny that we are seeing the effects of a warming planet. This year, 85 percent of our state is experiencing drought, with 33 percent experiencing extreme drought. This directly impacts 1.5 million Oregonians, hitting our rural communities the hardest. With California, Washington, and British Columbia moving forward with their own clean fuels programs, which will shape the West Coast market, it is imperative not only that Oregon does its part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also that we build a program that meets the needs of Oregonians.
“I appreciate the years of work by countless Oregonians who helped develop this law, and I applaud the Oregon Legislature for its thorough examination of these issues. The work begins now to ensure this program is well implemented and well managed.”
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