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Portland, OR—Cleaner Air Oregon, the new initiative to reform industrial air toxics regulations and align them with public health, is seeking input from communities throughout Oregon.

The fourth Cleaner Air Oregon regional forum, led by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and the Oregon Health Authority, will be taking place on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Oregon Convention Center, Oregon Ballroom in Portland.

DEQ and OHA invite you to attend and to provide input on the rulemaking process. The input provided by the public at the forum will be shared with the Cleaner Air Oregon Regulatory Advisory Committee. This committee will be meeting from Oct. through April 2017 and will provide input into the drafting of new air toxics rules.

The forum will include presentations by DEQ and OHA staff, and will offer the opportunity to ask questions.

If you would like to attend the forum, please RSVP via the following link: http://cleanerair.oregon.gov/forum-rsvp/. Childcare arrangements and interpreting requests for the forum can also be made via the RSVP link.

An online version of the forum presentations and questions will be available via www.CleanerAir.Oregon.gov

To learn more about Cleaner Air Oregon rulemaking process, visit the rulemaking web page at: https://www.oregon.gov/deq/RulesandRegulations/Pag...

Contacts
Jennifer Flynt, DEQ, 503-730-5924, flynt.jennifer@deq.state.or.us
Jonathan Modie, OHA, 971-246-9139, PHD.Communications@state.or.us

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