traded corporations usually steer clear of controversial political
issues out of fear of alienating customers and shareholders. Large Oregon companies sat out the 2004 gay-marriage fight,
Companies expected to pay for a Superfund cleanup of the Portland Harbor have $125,500 less to worry about.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has backed off from fining those companies for dragging their feet on reporting the risk people face by eating contaminated Willamette River fish.The EPA on Monday told the companies it is suspending the fines it began issuing last summer—on the condition ...
Rep. Earl Blumenauer wants to cut Willamette Superfund costs. His wife works for a company paying the bills.
For more than a decade, the federal government has been
demanding that companies along the Willamette River clean up their mess
in the Portland Harbor.
And no one has been more adamant about get
Members of Oregon’s congressional delegation are leaning on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
over a $125,500 penalty levied against companies on the hook for
cleaning up contaminated sed
on the hook for cleaning up the Portland Harbor Superfund site are
facing civil penalties. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the companies used “incorrect or misleading inf