The NW Examiner Versus ESCO, Round 3


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For the second third issue in a row, The NW Examiner is taking a hard look [PDF] at ESCO, which produces steel in a neighborhood better known for boutiques and expensive housing. (ESCO has also long operated a dump for its foundry waste on Sauvie Island). The Examiner hired freelancer Paul Koberstein, a veteran environmental reporter who has written for The Oregonian, WW and other publications, ...   More
 
Monday, November 9, 2009 NIGEL JAQUISS

If Something Smells Rotten in Northwest Portland ...


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Mary Peveto calls herself an “accidental activist.” She had no plans to be an environmentalist until a year ago when she saw a USA Today article that used EPA data to map the industrial pollution near schools across the nation. The data placed the Northwest Portland school that Peveto's three children attend, Chapman Elementary, in the worst 2 percent in the country in terms of air ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Sarah Jacoby

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