Portland's Siltronic Corp. Ranks at the Top for Oregon Toxic Releases into Waterways

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A new report on the dumping of toxic wastes into American rivers names the two biggest dischargers into Oregon waters, Portland’s Siltronic Corp. and the Georgia-Pacific mill in Toledo. The report was written by the Boston-based Environment America Research & Policy Center and the Frontier Group in Santa Barbara, Calif. It was released in Portland through the Environment Oregon ...   More
 
Thursday, June 19, 2014 by Brent Walth

Hotseat: Nick Fish

The City Commissioner rails against what he calls a takeover of the city’s water system.


Politics
City Commissioner Nick Fish is in hot water. And by the standards of this usually placid lawyer, he’s boiling mad. Fish, who’s up for re-election, is fighting a second battle on the May ballot   More
 
Wednesday, March 19, 2014 NIGEL JAQUISS , AARON MESH

Hotseat: Tom Fahey

The Siltronic VP aims to lower his company’s water rates and unseat Nick Fish.


Q & A
Tom Fahey is so steamed about his company’s water bill, he’s fomenting revolution. Fahey is vice president of human resources for Siltronic, a German semiconductor manufacturer that is the c   More
 
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 AARON MESH

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