The Portland Harbor Joint Source Control Strategy identifies, evaluates and prioritizes upland sources of contamination that are affecting or may affect the Willamette River in the Portland Harbor area.
Watch the Portland Harbor Source Control video to learn about what’s been done to control contaminants along the riverbanks. This work ensures that once the cleanup of the riverbed sediment begins, the river will not be re-contaminated.
Visit DEQ on YouTube
to view short segments of the full Portland Harbor video.
Portland Harbor Source Control
DEQ reports the progress of upland source control work through periodic Milestone Reports to EPA. Reports are available below.
Portland Harbor Upland Source Control Summary Report Update - March 25, 2016
Portland Harbor Upland Source Control Summary Report - Nov. 21, 2014
If you have questions about the Joint Source Control Strategy or Milestone Reports, please contact:
Portland Harbor Source Control Coordinator