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CAO Facility Status​

This is a map of all the existing facilities in Oregon that must comply with Cleaner Air Oregon program. Not all facilities in Oregon are required to complete the CAO process. CAO has a call-in list that divides facilities based on the risk they pose to health. Facilities are called in based on the CAO Facility Prioritization List. Those facilities that may have the highest risk, go through CAO sooner. You can find more information on the call-in lists at our facility page.  

What does this mean for you?

This map lets you know what facilities are near a location such as your home, work, or school. The box for each facility gives you more information about that facility. To learn more about the CAO process please see our community resource page that also has links about air toxics and health, and how you can engage on the topic of air toxics. 

How to use this map:

Use this map to view facilities near a specific location by zooming in to an area or typing an address into the search bar. By clicking on the dot for the facility you can find the name, address and, type of facility (from the, Source ID for permitting information, and a website for more information. If facilities are in process of (orange) or completed (purple) the CAO program, the pop-up box will you give you the CAO webpage for additional information. All other facilities that have not started (grey) the CAO program have a link to the existing permit database where you can look up the facility by source number (provided in the box) about the facility.

Information about public notice information and upcoming meetings can be found on the main community resource page.

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About this map: Updates to this map are performed on a quarterly basis. DEQ permits are issued to the address that the facility lists on their permit. That address may or may not be where the facility is emitting. CAO may not have all of the information necessary to identify that location of emissions.