April 21, 2016 - Community input will inform industrial air toxics rules that integrate health
Cleaner Air Oregon, a program created by Governor Kate Brown and jointly led by Oregon Health Authority and Department of Environmental Quality, today launched a public engagement process to support the program’s efforts to improve the health of all Oregonians by overhauling the state’s industrial air toxics regulatory standards.
Cleaner Air Oregon seeks to put human health front and center as the state looks at overhauling industrial air toxics regulations to incorporate health-base standards. A foundation of the regulatory reform is the involvement of a broad array of perspectives from people across the state. Begin sharing your comments at CleanerAirOregon.org.