Oregon DEQ Proposes Increased Fees for Solid Waste Disposal

October 22, 2015

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Oregon DEQ Proposes Increased Fees for Solid Waste Disposal

EP Newswire

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has proposed revisions to several rules in accordance with new legislation that will change solid waste permitting and tipping fee rules, as well as grant rules. 

The revisions will update rules to implement the Senate Bill 245 and the Materials Management in Oregon 2050 Vision and Framework for Action. The DEQ’s proposed revisions will increase fees related to per-ton solid waste disposal permits and tipping, which will help fund material management in regards to waste prevention and toxic reduction as outlined in the 2050 Vision and Framework for Action. 

The revisions will also increase the classes of facilities that incur tipping fees and orphan site fees, and create a system for distressed counties to receive reimbursements for a portion of the tipping fee increases. 

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