EPA eyes N. Portland site for toxic dump

EPA eyes N. Portland site for toxic dump

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The Willamette River from the Broadway Bridge to Sauvie Island is lined with toxic waste from years of marine and industrial activities. It’s a Superfund site the EPA ordered to be cleaned up. But that toxic waste view private instagram reddit 2017 has to go somewhere and one proposal is to bury it all musically hearts free in one of the slips at Terminal 4 near the St. John’s Bridge in North Portland. To read more, visit the KOIN News website.

Report: ‘Big One’ earthquake would decimate area’s gas supply

Report: ‘Big One’ earthquake would decimate area’s gas supply

“Oregon has a high concentration of liquid fuels stored along a short six-mile stretch of the Willamette River in Portland Harbor. The Oregon Department of Geologic and Mineral Industries examined what could happen during a magnitude 8 or 9 earthquake. Such an event could cause pipes to break, fuel storage tanks to rupture and transmission towers to crumple.” -Andy Giegerich, Sustainable Business https://sites.google.com/view/instagramviewer/ Oregon

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