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7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON

8 FOR THE COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH

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NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL
10 ADVOCATES, an Oregon non-profit
corporation, NORTHWEST
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ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER, an
12 Oregon non-profit corporation, and BILL
BAKKE,
13 PETITION FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW
Petitioners,
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(Oregon Administrative Procedures Act,
v. ORS 183.490)
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OREGON DEPARTMENT OF Fees: ORS 21.135(2)(a)
16 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, an agency of
the State of Oregon, and RICHARD NOT SUBJECT TO MANDATORY
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WHITMAN, in his official capacity as the ARBITRATION
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Director of Oregon Department of
Environmental Quality,
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Respondents.
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Petitioners allege as follows:
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Petitioners Northwest Environmental Advocates (NWEA), Northwest Environmental

25 Defense Center (NEDC), and Bill Bakke seek judicial review of multiple failures to make a

PETITION FOR REVIEW-1 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
decision by Respondents Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), and by the
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Director of DEQ, currently Richard Whitman, acting in his official capacity. Respondents have
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3 unreasonably delayed making one or more decisions regarding pending National Pollutant

4 Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit renewal applications; each of these permits has

5 been “administratively continued.”1

6 PARTIES
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Petitioner NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES (NWEA) is a non-profit
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Oregon corporation with its principal business office located in Multnomah County, Oregon.
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NWEA works through advocacy and education to protect and restore water and air quality,
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wetlands, and wildlife habitat in the Northwest and beyond. It has been doing so for forty-eight
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years.
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Petitioner NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER (NEDC) is a non-

16 profit Oregon corporation with its principal business office located in Multnomah County,

17 Oregon. NEDC works to preserve, protect, and improve the environmental quality of the Pacific

18 Northwest, and has done so for more than forty-eight years.

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Petitioner BILL BAKKE is a member of NWEA and NEDC and an individual residing in
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Multnomah County, Oregon.
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24 NPDES permits with pending renewal applications are known as “administratively continued”
permits. These permits should have expired at the end of their statutorily mandated five-year
25 fixed term, but remain in effect because DEQ has failed to make a final decision regarding
whether to deny a permit or to prepare and issue a proposed draft updated permit.
PETITION FOR REVIEW-2 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
nd
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2 Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
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NWEA and NEDC regularly submit public comments on administrative proposals related
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3 to water quality and water pollution in Oregon and have brought litigation under the federal

4 Clean Water Act (CWA) over the last three decades to protect and improve water quality in the

5 state.

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7 NWEA and NEDC have brought numerous lawsuits to protect Oregon’s water quality
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and the environment. Some of those suits have focused on trying to assure water temperatures in
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Oregon streams and lakes are sufficiently protective of threatened and endangered cold-water
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fish such as salmon, steelhead, and bull trout. NWEA and NEDC have also worked to ensure
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protection of Oregon’s human health and aquatic species from toxic chemicals. NWEA and
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NEDC additionally regularly provide extensive public comments to Respondent DEQ regarding
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its proposed water quality standards, proposed CWA 303(d) lists of impaired waters, proposed
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Total Maximum Daily pollutant Loads (TMDLs) for those waters, and proposed NPDES

16 permits. NWEA and NEDC have also both sought and obtained schedules for the development

17 of TMDLs to help clean up Oregon’s impaired waters. Furthermore, NWEA and NEDC have

18 participated in numerous DEQ advisory committees.

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Petitioners NWEA and NEDC have invested significant group resources, time, energy,
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and money to educate the public, monitor and collect information, communicate with state and
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federal agencies, strengthen clean water regulations, and secure meaningful restrictions on
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pollutant discharges from municipal and industrial sources in the state.
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-3 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
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Petitioners NWEA and NEDC are adversely affected and aggrieved by Respondents’
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3 failure to make timely decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal applications. Both

4 organizations have invested time and financial resources into improving the water quality

5 standards, listing water quality impaired Oregon waters, and forcing the adoption of TMDLs.

6 These are all protections which Respondents are required to use as the basis for issuing NPDES
7 permits, and which may or should result in more stringent effluent limits being included in any
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reissued permits, particularly for discharges into impaired waterbodies. Respondents’ repeated
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failures undermine Petitioners’ efforts.
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Petitioners NWEA and NEDC are also adversely affected and aggrieved by Respondent
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DEQ’s unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal
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applications because this continuing failure forecloses the Petitioners’ opportunity and ability to
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review and submit public comments on those NPDES permits. Additionally, by administratively

16 continuing permits, and then not making any decision on reissuing them, DEQ effectively shields

17 these permits from the more stringent limits that may apply under newer water quality standards,

18 and from being subject to public comment and review, undermining the purpose of the CWA and

19 NWEA’s and NEDC’s efforts to force implementation of that law.
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Petitioners NWEA and NEDC are further adversely affected and aggrieved by
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Respondents’ unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal
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applications because their respective organizational objectives have been undermined by
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Respondents’ unreasonable delay. As organizations incorporated, in part, for the express purpose
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-4 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
of protecting water quality, Petitioners NWEA and NEDC have an interest in ensuring that any
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permitting decision affecting water quality in Oregon is made in accordance with applicable state
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3 and federal laws. These organizational interests have been injured by Respondents’ unreasonable

4 delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal applications because the

5 existing expired and administratively continued permits authorize further degradation of

6 Oregon’s waters, both impaired and not impaired. Actual pollution controls that are achieved
7 through the requirements of NPDES permits are essential to achieving Petitioners’ missions.
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Continued degradation of water quality may limit the ability of Petitioners NWEA and NEDC to
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attract new members, retain current members, and to obtain financial donations. When
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Respondents unreasonably delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal
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applications, these failures to make decisions result in further pollution and this could suggest to
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the public and/or Petitioners’ members and funders that the these Petitioners are failing to
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achieve their organizational missions and goals, which are specifically to reduce pollution of
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Oregon’s waters.

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17 Petitioner Bakke has been involved with the protection of fish and Oregon rivers for

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Petitioner Bakke is a lifelong fisherman and a lifelong resident of Oregon. He uses
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Oregon waters affected by Respondents’ failures to make decisions on pending NPDES permit
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renewal applications. He fishes and recreates on many of Oregon’s rivers including the
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Columbia, Willamette, Deschutes, Klamath, and Snake Rivers. He also fishes on many of those
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rivers’ tributaries.
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-5 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
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Petitioner Bakke is adversely affected and aggrieved by Respondents’ failures to make
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3 decisions on pending NPDES permit renewal applications because those failures undermine the

4 effective implementation of current water quality standards and imperil fish. His ability to fish is

5 diminished by the currently impaired status of many of Oregon’s rivers, which is exacerbated by

6 Respondents’ unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal
7 applications.
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Petitioner Bakke is also adversely affected and aggrieved by Respondent DEQ’s
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unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal applications
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because this continuing and repeated failure forecloses his opportunity and ability to review and
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submit public comments on those NPDES permits.
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Individually and collectively, Petitioners’ interests are and will continue to be adversely

16 affected and aggrieved by Respondents’ unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding

17 pending NPDES permit renewal applications unless the requested relief is granted.

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19 Respondent OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (DEQ) is
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an agency of the State of Oregon, and has its principal place of business in Multnomah County,
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Oregon. Respondent RICHARD WHITMAN is the current Director of Respondent DEQ and has
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his office in Multnomah County, Oregon. Respondents should be making decisions, rather than
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allowing the continuing unreasonable delay, regarding each of the pending NPDES permit
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renewal applications. Attached as Exhibit 1, and incorporated by reference, is a non-exhaustive
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-6 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
list of the currently pending NPDES permit renewal applications that Respondents have failed to
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make a decision on and/or unreasonably delayed deciding on.
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3 LEGAL BACKGROUND

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5 Congress passed the CWA to “restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological

6 integrity of the Nation’s waters.” To achieve this goal, the CWA prohibits the “discharge of any
7 pollutant” from a point source to navigable waters except in compliance with law.
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The main way to achieve compliance with the CWA’s general pollutant discharge
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prohibition is by obtaining a NPDES permit. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
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operates the NPDES permitting program, but it may authorize states to run the NPDES program.
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Oregon is an authorized state and must comply with the CWA and its implementing regulations,
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along with state law, in issuing NPDES permits. Every NPDES permit must establish “effluent
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limitations” for some of the pollutants being discharged. States may impose more stringent

16 requirements than the CWA or EPA approved standards.

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18 Paralleling the CWA’s statutory requirement, Oregon regulations provide that a NPDES

19 permit will be effective for a “fixed term not to exceed five years.” Congress also has, in the
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past, reaffirmed the importance of five-year review of CWA permits.
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Any person wishing to obtain a renewal of an existing NPDES permit from DEQ must
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submit a written application at least 180 days before an NPDES permit is needed. EPA, or an
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authorized state agency such as DEQ, may issue a new NPDES permit to an existing pollution
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-7 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
discharger who has timely sought renewal of an existing permit. If a new or renewed permit is
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issued, it must incorporate any new and more stringent standards, any new information on the
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3 quality of the receiving waterbody, and any new TMDLs.

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5 However, if a completed application for renewal of a permit is timely filed with DEQ, the

6 permit will not expire until final action has been taken by DEQ on the renewal application.
7 THE RESOURCE AT ISSUE/FACTUAL BACKGROUND
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Oregon has roughly 111,619 miles of streams and 1,400 named lakes. Many of Oregon’s
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rivers and streams receive pollutants discharged by industrial and municipal sources that require
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NPDES permits.
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Each Oregon waterbody is assigned designated uses and criteria that are intended to
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protect those uses. Designated uses and criteria are then incorporated into water quality standards

16 developed by Respondent DEQ and approved by EPA pursuant to section 303(c) of the CWA.

17 Respondent DEQ collects water quality data and compares these data to the water quality

18 standards in order to identify waters that are considered “impaired” pursuant to section 303(d) of

19 the CWA. Section 303(d) also requires states to develop TMDLs, which are science-based clean-
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up plans to restore impaired waters to improved water quality.
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Respondent DEQ is required to update its list of impaired waters every two years. Its
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proposed 2012 list, submitted to EPA in 2014, included 1,910 waterbody segment-parameter
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combinations, which EPA both approved and disapproved in December 2016. EPA has proposed
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-8 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
to add 1,055 segments. Many administratively continued permits were issued before 2012. See
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Ex. 1. As a result, those permits were not analyzed based on the updated list of impaired waters.
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4 Respondent DEQ has updated water quality standards many times since 1984—the same

5 year that the oldest currently administratively continued NPDES permit on Exhibit 1 was issued.

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7 In 1996, Respondent DEQ submitted revisions to its water quality standards to EPA for
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temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and bacteria. Many administratively continued permits were
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issued before 1996. See Ex. 1. As a result, those permits were not analyzed based on updated
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standards for pollutants such as temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and bacteria.
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In 2003, Respondent DEQ again updated its temperature standards. Many
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administratively continued permits were issued before 2003. See Ex. 1. As a result, those permits
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were not analyzed based on updated standards for temperature.

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17 In 2004, Respondent DEQ submitted to EPA, and ultimately received approval of, new

18 and revised standards for toxics. Many administratively continued permits were issued before

19 2004. See Ex. 1. As a result, those permits were not analyzed based on updated standards for
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toxic pollutants.
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In 2011, Respondent DEQ updated nearly all of its human health criteria for toxics. Many
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administratively continued permits were issued before 2011. See Ex. 1. As a result, those permits
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were not analyzed based on updated standards for human health related toxic pollutants.
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-9 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
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In 2015, Oregon adopted new ammonia criteria and in 2016 adopted new copper criteria.
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3 In 2015 and 2017, respectively, EPA approved those criteria. And in 2017, EPA promulgated

4 new cadmium criteria for Oregon. Many administratively continued permits were issued before

5 2015 and 2017. See Ex. 1. As a result, those permits were not analyzed based on the new criteria

6 for ammonia, copper, or cadmium.
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Prior to 2011, Oregon adopted and EPA approved numerous TMDLs for many waters
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and basins, including the Willamette, Umpqua, Rogue, Grande Ronde, and John Day basins.
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These TMDLs developed pollutant limits for sources of pollutants including temperature,
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mercury, dissolved oxygen, bacteria, nutrients, pesticides, sediment, ammonia, and pH. Many
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administratively continued permits were issued prior to the approval of relevant TMDLs. See Ex.
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1. As a result, those permits were not analyzed based on updated TMDLs.
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16 Additionally, if any recently issued permits are similarly administratively continued for a

17 period far exceeding their original permit term, such as many current administratively continued

18 permits, then these permits will also eventually contain out-of-date pollutant limits.

19 Respondents’ continued unreasonable delay in making decisions regarding pending NPDES
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permit renewal applications will cause the current permit “backlog” to continue to increase.
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THE PERMITS AT ISSUE
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Currently pending NPDES permit renewal applications constitute DEQ’s current permit
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backlog. See Ex. 1. As of the date this complaint is filed, at least 75% percent of all individual
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-10 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
NPDES permits in Oregon have exceeded their original fixed five-year term and are now
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administratively continued. See Ex. 2, at 1. Normally, EPA expects states to maintain a backlog
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3 of administratively continued permits that compromises 10 percent or less of all NPDES permits.

4 EPA has recognized that the high permit backlog negatively impacts many aspects of Oregon’s

5 NPDES program. On average, to avoid backlog, 72 Oregon NPDES permits should be renewed

6 annually. DEQ has not come even close to that number for quite some time.
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A significant number of Respondents’ administratively continued permits have
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applications for renewal that have been pending for five years or more, beyond the first
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statutorily mandated five-year permit term. A significant number of the administratively
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continued permits’ applications for renewal have been pending for ten years or more, in addition
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to the first statutorily mandated five-year permit term. Some of the administratively continued
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permits have been pending for more than two decades.
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CLAIM FOR RELIEF

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17 This Court has jurisdiction to consider this Petition for Review of Respondents’

18 unreasonable delay to make one or more decisions pursuant to ORS 183.490 and ORS 183.484.

19 This Court has authority pursuant to ORS 183.490 to compel an agency to act where it has
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unlawfully refused to act or make a decision, or where it has unreasonably delayed taking action
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or making a decision.
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Once a completed NPDES renewal application is submitted to Respondents, they are
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required to—and for the sake of the public waters, and to give certainty to the permittees,
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-11 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
Respondents should promptly—make a decision on whether to deny a permit, or to prepare an
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updated proposed draft new NPDES permit.
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4 Respondents have unreasonably delayed or failed to make a decision on whether to: (a)

5 deny a permit, or (b) to prepare and issue a proposed draft updated permit, on one or more of the

6 pending NPDES permit renewal applications for renewal that comprise the current backlog of
7 administratively continued permits. See Ex. 1.
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Respondents failure to make decisions regarding pending NPDES permit renewal
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applications has resulted in multiple unreasonable delays, in some cases delays of up to two
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decades, or for at least four full permit cycles. See Ex. 1. Respondents’ pattern and practice of
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allowing an excessive backlog of administratively continued applications to exist also constitutes
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an ongoing refusal to act and/or an unreasonably delayed agency action.
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16 Pursuant to ORS 183.497, ORS 183.486, and/or ORS 182.090 Petitioners request an

17 award of attorneys’ fees and costs incurred in this matter.

18 REQUEST FOR RELIEF

19 WHEREFORE, Petitioners request that this Court, exercising its authority under ORS
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182.090, ORS 183.484(5) and 183.490:
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(1) Declare that Respondents have unreasonably delayed making a decision on each
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NPDES permit renewal application that has been pending for longer than five years;
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(2) Issue an order requiring Respondents to make a decision on each NPDES permit
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renewal application that has been pending for longer than five years within a reasonable time-
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-12 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97219 Portland, OR 97204
(503) 768-6851 (503) 827-0320
(503) 768-6642 (fax) (503) 228-6551 (fax)
frame, to be determined by either the Court or, if they can agree, the parties;
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(3) Award Petitioners reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs; and
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3 (4) Award Petitioners such other relief as this Court deems just.

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DATED: March 8, 2017.
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Respectfully submitted,
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7 /s/ Ryan Shannon
RYAN SHANNON (OSB #155537)
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ALLISON LAPLANTE (OSB #023614)
Earthrise Law Center
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Lewis & Clark Law School
10 10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd.
Portland, OR 97219
11 Tel.: (503) 768-6654, ryanshannon@lclark.edu
Tel.: (503) 768-6894, laplante@lclark.edu
12 Fax: (503) 768-6642

13 KARL G. ANUTA (OSB #861423)
Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
14 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, Oregon 97204
15 Tel.: (503) 827-0320
Fax: (503) 228-6551
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Email: kga@integra.net
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PETITION FOR REVIEW-13 Earthrise Law Center Law Office of Karl G. Anuta, P.C.
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd. 735 SW First Ave., 2nd Floor
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Expiration
LegalName CommonName Location PermitNbr Date
COLUMBIA PLYWOOD COLUMBIA FOREST
CORPORATION PRODUCTS HWY 97 SOUTH 100016 11/30/89
TDY INDUSTRIES, LLC WAH CHANG 1600 OLD SALEM RD NE 100522 8/31/93
KLAMATH FALLS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
AND RECLAMATION
FACILITY (@ SPRING
KLAMATH FALLS, CITY OF STREET) 1200 S SPRING ST 100701 8/31/95
SOUTH SUBURBAN SANITARY
DISTRICT SOUTH SUBURBAN STP 2980 MAYWOOD DR 100700 8/31/95
COLLINS PRODUCTS LLC COLLINS PRODUCTS LLC 6410 HIGHWAY 66 101086 3/31/98
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
COMPANY SPRINGFIELD PAPER MILL 785 42ND ST 101081 3/31/98
AMALGAMATED SUGAR THE AMALGAMATED
COMPANY LLC, THE SUGAR COMPANY LLC 105 E MAIN ST 101174 12/31/98
ARCLIN U.S.A. LLC ARCLIN 475 28TH ST 101235 8/31/99
NORPAC - PLANT #1,
NORPAC FOODS, INC. STAYTON 930 W WASHINGTON ST 101265 2/28/00
WESTROCK, NEWBERG
WESTROCK NORTHWEST LLC MILL 1301 WYNOOSKI ST 101299 5/31/00
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
COMPANY ALBANY PAPER MILL 2800 OLD SALEM RD NE 101345 9/30/00
DOUGLAS COUNTY PUBLIC
WORKS REEDSPORT LANDFILL SCHOLFIELD RD 101428 8/31/01
GEORGIA-PACIFIC GEORGIA-PACIFIC
CHEMICALS LLC CHEMICALS LLC 2665 HIGHWAY 99 N 101474 10/31/01
CASCADE STEEL ROLLING
MILLS, INC. CASCADE STEEL 3200 N HWY 99W 101487 5/31/02
DALLAS, CITY OF DALLAS STP 1070 BOWERSVILLE ROAD 101518 10/31/02
LEBANON, CITY OF LEBANON WWTP 33110 TENNESSEE RD 101771 12/31/04
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ODOT - STATEWIDE MULTIPLE OUTFALL
TRANSPORTATION STORMWATER MS4 LOCATIONS (STATEWIDE) 101822 5/31/05
MONMOUTH, CITY OF MONMOUTH STP 151 WEST MAIN STREET 101919 7/31/05
ALBANY-MILLERSBURG
WATER RECLAMATION
FACILITY AM WRF 405 DAVIDSON ST NE 102024 10/31/05
LANE COMMUNITY
LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE COLLEGE 4000 E 30TH AVE 102116 12/31/05
NORTH POWDER, CITY OF NORTH POWDER STP 2ND STREET 102209 5/31/06
FLAKEBOARD AMERICA
LIMITED DURAFLAKE 2550 OLD SALEM RD NE 100668 12/31/06

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Expiration
LegalName CommonName Location PermitNbr Date

METROPOLITAN
WASTEWATER MWMC -
MANAGEMENT COMMISSION EUGENE/SPRINGFIELD STP 410 RIVER AVE 102486 12/31/06
FIFTEEN MILE CR, SOUTH OF
DUFUR, CITY OF DUFUR STP CITY 102478 2/28/07
NEWPORT, CITY OF NEWPORT STP 5525 SE 50TH PLACE 102497 4/30/07
KLAMATH IRRIGATION KLAMATH IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 6640 KID LANE 102541 6/30/07
HERMISTON IRRIGATION HERMISTON IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 366 E HURLBURT AVE 102565 7/31/07
STANFIELD IRRIGATION STANFIELD IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 100 W. COE 102566 7/31/07
WEST EXTENSION WEST EXTENSION
IRRIGATION DISTRICT IRRIGATION DISTRICT THREE MILLER DAM 102567 7/31/07
WESTLAND IRRIGATION WESTLAND IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 77096 HWY 207 102568 7/31/07
ROGUE RIVER, CITY OF ROGUE RIVER STP FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 102588 8/31/07
NORTH UNIT IRRIGATION NORTH UNIT IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 2024 NW BEECH ST 102628 9/30/07
OCHOCO IRRIGATION OCHOCO IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 1001 NW DEER ST 102627 9/30/07

OWYHEE DITCH COMPANY OWYHEE DITCH COMPANY 553 ONION AVENUE 102607 9/30/07
OWYHEE IRRIGATION OWYHEE IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 17 S 1ST ST 102606 9/30/07
VALE OREGON IRRIGATION VALE OREGON IRRIGATION
DISTRICT DISTRICT 521 A ST W 102605 9/30/07
COOS BAY STP NO. 2 -
COOS BAY, CITY OF EMPIRE 100 FULTON AVENUE 100771 12/31/07
LINCOLN CITY, CITY OF LINCOLN CITY STP 5000 SE PORT 101122 12/31/07
NORTH BEND, CITY OF NORTH BEND STP 1255 AIRPORT LANE 100703 12/31/07
PORT OF ST. HELENS
PORT OF ST. HELENS INDUSTRIAL OUTFALL 81200 KALLUNKI RD 102650 12/31/07

SALISHAN SANITARY DISTRICT SALISHAN STP ADJACENT TO HWY 101 101273 12/31/07
WALDPORT, CITY OF WALDPORT WWTP 555 LINT SLOUGH RD 101149 12/31/07
STARLINK LOGISTICS INC. SLLI 6193 NW 61st Ave 101180 6/30/08
HOLLINGSWORTH & VOSE
FIBER COMPANY H&V - CORVALLIS 1185 SE CRYSTAL LAKE DR 101331 7/31/08
SW HURST ST/NEAR MYRTLE
MYRTLE CREEK, CITY OF MYRTLE CREEK STP CR/S UMPQUA RIV 101014 9/30/08
BAKER CITY, CITY OF BAKER CITY WWTP 42661 IMNAHA ROAD 101632 10/31/08

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LA GRANDE, CITY OF LA GRANDE STP 63836 HIGHWAY 203 101549 10/31/08
HARRISBURG LAGOON
HARRISBURG, CITY OF TREATMENT PLANT 23914 PEORIA ROAD 101626 11/28/08
BOURNE MINING
CORPORATION E & E MINE CRACKER CREEK MINE 101091 11/30/08
ARKEMA, INC ARKEMA 6400 NW FRONT AVE 100752 12/31/08
ASHLAND, CITY OF ASHLAND STP 1195 OAK ST 101609 12/31/08
COQUILLE, CITY OF COQUILLE STP 300 HWY 42 W 3885 12/31/08
MCMINNVILLE WATER
MCMINNVILLE, CITY OF RECLAMATION FACILITY 3500 NE CLEARWATER DR 101062 12/31/08
ORC PROPERTIES LLC ORC PROPERTIES LLC 63776 MULLEN ST 100860 12/31/08
BEVERLEY HILTERBRAND, K &
D CANTRELL RIVIERA MOBILE PARK 5076 LEONARD RD 101475 12/31/08
ST. HELENS STP/BOISE
BOISE WHITE PAPER, L.L.C. CASCADE 451 PLYMOUTH 101173 12/31/08

JELD-WEN, INC. KLAMATH FALLS FACILITIES 4013 LAKEPORT BLVD 101540 1/31/09
ONTARIO, CITY OF ONTARIO STP 2405 MALHEUR DRIVE 101633 1/31/09
OREGON SYSTEM OF HIGHER OREGON STATE
EDUCATION UNIVERSITY 33972 TEXAS STREET SW 102735 3/31/09
SILETZ, CITY OF SILETZ STP 1264 JAMES FRANK RD. 101680 3/31/09
INDEPENDENCE, CITY OF INDEPENDENCE STP END OF WILLIAMS STREET 101217 4/30/09
EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC
BOARD EWEB CARMEN-SMITH MILE 81-88 MCKENZIE RIVER 101329 5/31/09
FRANK LUMBER CO., INC. FRANK LUMBER CO. INC. 47983 E LYONS MILL CITY DR 101583 5/31/09
JOSEPH, CITY OF JOSEPH STP MAPLE STREET 101602 5/31/09
NEWBERG - WYNOOSKI
NEWBERG, CITY OF ROAD STP/ WWTP REPAIR 2301 WYNOOSKI STREET 100988 5/31/09
S OF CHOCKTOOT ST, E OF
CHILOQUIN, CITY OF CHILOQUIN STP WILLIAMSON RIVER 101029 7/31/09
HELLS CANYON POWER
IDAHO POWER COMPANY PLANT HELLS CANYON DAM 101287 7/31/09
49669 BROWNLEE-OXBOW
IDAHO POWER COMPANY OXBOW POWER PLANT HWY 101275 8/31/09
ODELL SANITARY DISTRICT ODELL STP 3700 DETHMAN RIDGE RD. 100669 9/30/09
PORTLAND, CITY OF TRYON CREEK WWTP 195 FOOTHILLS RD 101614 9/30/09
ONE MILE NORTHEAST OF
ELGIN, CITY OF ELGIN STP ELGIN 101606 10/31/09
REEDSPORT, CITY OF REEDSPORT STP 183 W RAILROAD 100941 10/31/09
SALEM, CITY OF SALEM WILLOW LAKE STP 5915 WINDSOR ISLAND RD N 101145 10/31/09
UNION, CITY OF UNION STP .4 MILE W OF TENTH STREET 101624 10/31/09
COVANTA MARION, INC COVANTA MARION, INC 4850 BROOKLAKE RD NE 101240 11/30/09
DRAIN, CITY OF DRAIN STP 801 DIVISION AVENUE 101193 11/30/09

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OAK LODGE SANITARY
DISTRICT OAK LODGE WWTP 13750 SE RENTON AVE. 100986 11/30/09

RAY, HELEN; KELLEY, PEGGY;
DUNCAN, MARILYN; PALMER,
LISA; RICE HILL INVESTMENTS
CORP.; PATEL, RASHMI RICE HILL EAST LAGOON I-5 EXIT 148 101158 11/30/09
WINCHESTER BAY SANITARY S BANK OF UMPQUA R
DISTRICT WINCHESTER BAY STP ESTUARY ON BEACH RD 101254 11/30/09
WOODBURN, CITY OF WOODBURN WWTP 2815 MOLALLA RD 101558 11/30/09
AURORA, CITY OF AURORA STP HWY 99 E 101772 12/31/09
HUBBARD, CITY OF HUBBARD STP 3607 SUNSET DRIVE 101640 12/31/09
CLACKAMAS COUNTY
SERVICE DISTRICT #1 KELLOGG CREEK WWTP 11525 SE MCLOUGHLIN BLVD 100983 12/31/09
LAKESIDE, CITY OF LAKESIDE STP 105 PARK AVENUE 100828 12/31/09
12334 MT ANGEL GERVAIS
MT. ANGEL, CITY OF MT. ANGEL STP RD NE 101802 12/31/09
SILVERTON, CITY OF SILVERTON STP 400 SCHEMMEL LANE 101720 12/31/09
PENDLETON, CITY OF PENDLETON STP 4300 SW HOUTAMA RD 100982 1/31/10
RIDDLE, CITY OF RIDDLE STP 127 PARKSIDE STREET 101196 3/31/10
OFF PLEASANT VALLEY RD
SWEET HOME, CITY OF SWEET HOME STP ADJ TO S SANTIAM 101657 3/31/10
CALIFORNIA SHELLFISH POINT ADAMS PACKING
COMPANY, INC. CO. 482 FLEET ST 101820 4/30/10
GLIDE-IDLEYLD SANITARY GLIDE-IDLEYLD SANITARY
DISTRICT DISTRICT 17766 NORTH BANK ROAD 101877 5/31/10
HOOVER TREATED WOOD HOOVER TREATED WOOD
PRODUCTS, INC. PRODUCTS, INC. 303 DILLARD GARDEN RD 102834 5/31/10
WINSTON GREEN REGIONAL
TREATMENT FACILITY WINSTON-GREEN WWTF 658 HARMONY DR 100554 6/30/10
GEORGIA-PACIFIC TOLEDO GEORGIA-PACIFIC TOLEDO 1400 SE BUTLER BRIDGE
LLC LLC ROAD 101409 7/31/10
HEPPNER, CITY OF HEPPNER STP 710 NW RIVERSIDE AVE. 101732 7/31/10
ROSEBURG URBAN SANITARY
AUTHORITY R.U.S.A. ROSEBURG STP 3485 W GOEDECK AVE 100981 9/30/10
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ODFW - MARION FORKS
FISH & WILDLIFE HATCHERY HWY 22 101917 10/31/10
BOISE CASCADE WOOD BOISE - MEDFORD
PRODUCTS, L.L.C. PLYWOOD 3285 N PACIFIC HWY 100438 11/30/10
INTERFOR U.S. INC. INTERFOR U.S. INC. 1 SAWMILL RD 100660 11/30/10
1105 SE FIR STREET
TOLEDO, CITY OF TOLEDO STP (ADJACENT TO GP MILL) 101713 11/30/10

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TRIDENT SEAFOODS TRIDENT SEAFOODS
CORPORATION (SURIMI) 623 SW BAY BLVD 101805 11/30/10
OREGON-CANADIAN
OREGON-CANADIAN FOREST FOREST PRODUCTS -
PRODUCTS, INC. NORTH PLAINS 31450 NW COMMERCIAL AVE 101634 12/31/10
OLYMPIC FOREST
RSG FOREST PRODUCTS, INC. PRODUCTS 69480 BANZER RD 102858 1/31/11
YONCALLA, CITY OF YONCALLA STP 380 HALO TRAIL ROAD 101699 2/28/11
TRI-CITY SERVICE DISTRICT BLUE HERON PAPER CO. 419 MAIN ST 102229 3/31/11
DAYVILLE, CITY OF CITY OF DAYVILLE 45473 HWY 26 101794 3/31/11
PACIFIC SURIMI CO., INC. PACIFIC SURIMI 450 NE SKIPANON DR 102859 3/31/11
RICE HILL OWNERS W SIDE I-5 ~3/4 MI N RICE
ASSOCIATION, INC., THE RICE HILL WEST LAGOON HILL INTERCHNG 101725 3/31/11
ADAIR VILLAGE, CITY OF ADAIR VILLAGE STP 7295 N.E. ARNOLD AVE 101701 5/31/11
VERNONIA, CITY OF VERNONIA STP 943 CALIFORNIA AVENUE 101094 5/31/11
ALPINE COUNTY SERVICE
DISTRICT ALPINE COMMUNITY 25327 ALPINE RD 101923 6/30/11
HULL-OAKES LUMBER CO. HULL-OAKES LUMBER CO. 23837 DAWSON RD 101466 6/30/11
JUNCTION CITY, CITY OF JUNCTION CITY STP HIGH PASS ROAD 102396 6/30/11
AT MONROE CITY PARK ON
MONROE, CITY OF MONROE STP HWY 99 W 101692 6/30/11
OSU - MICROBIOLOGY,
OREGON SYSTEM OF HIGHER SALMON DISEASE
EDUCATION LABORATORY 34347 N.E. ELECTRIC RD. 102512 6/30/11
DIAMOND FRUIT GROWERS,
INC. CENTRAL PLANT 3515 CHEVRON DRIVE 100515 7/31/11
DUCKWALL-POOLEY FRUIT
CO. DUCKWALL FRUIT CO. 3430 DAVIS DRIVE 100645 7/31/11

DUCKWALL-POOLEY FRUIT DUCKWALL FRUITE CO. -
CO. VAN HORN COLD STORAGE 2909 VAN HORN DR 102876 7/31/11
1/2 MI SW OF CITY CNTR,W
OAKLAND, CITY OF OAKLAND STP SIDE OF STEARNS 101975 7/31/11
DIAMOND FRUIT GROWERS,
INC. ODELL PLANT 3364 ODELL HIGHWAY 100516 7/31/11
DIAMOND FRUIT GROWERS,
INC. PARKDALE PLANT 7270 THIRD STREET 100514 7/31/11
TERMINAL ICE & COLD TERMINAL ICE & COLD
STORAGE CO., LLC STORAGE - VAN HORN VAN HORN DRIVE 100517 7/31/11
SENECA SAWMILL
SENECA SAWMILL COMPANY COMPANY 90201 HWY 99N 101893 8/31/11
SUTHERLIN, CITY OF SUTHERLIN STP STEARNS ROAD 101993 9/30/11

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CONRAD WOOD PRESERVING CONRAD WOOD CORNER OF HWY 101 AND
CO. PRESERVING - HAUSER BALL ROAD 101901 10/31/11
SUNDIAL MARINE
CONSTRUCTION & REPAIR,
INC. SUNDIAL MARINE 5605 NE SUNDIAL RD 102890 10/31/11
ECHO, CITY OF ECHO STP 33245 BOWMAN RD. 102054 11/30/11
HALFWAY, CITY OF HALFWAY STP PINE CREEK HIGHWAY 101795 12/31/11
LANE COUNTY PUBLIC LANE COUNTY MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
WORKS STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102895 12/31/11
SPRINGFIELD MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102896 12/31/11
TILLAMOOK COUNTY
CREAMERY ASSOCIATION TILLAMOOK CREAMERY 4185 HIGHWAY 101 N 102527 12/31/11
ASHLAND MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
ASHLAND, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102897 1/31/12
BEND MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
BEND, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102901 1/31/12
CAVE JUNCTION
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
CAVE JUNCTION, CITY OF FACILITY 1300 SAWYER AVENUE 102610 1/31/12
MEDFORD MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
MEDFORD, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102898 1/31/12
ROGUE VALLEY SEWER
ROGUE VALLEY SEWER SERVICES STORMWATER, MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
SERVICES (RVS) MS4 AREA 102899 1/31/12
KEIZER MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
KEIZER, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102904 2/28/12
MARION COUNTY
MARION COUNTY PUBLIC MUNICIPAL STORMWATER, MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
WORKS MS4 AREA 102905 2/28/12
POLK COUNTY MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
POLK COUNTY STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102906 2/28/12
TURNER MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
TURNER, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102907 2/28/12
BENTON COUNTY
MUNICIPAL STORMWATER, MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
BENTON COUNTY MS4 AREA 102912 4/30/12
CORVALLIS MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
CORVALLIS, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102913 4/30/12
OAKRIDGE, CITY OF OAKRIDGE STP 47299 LADUKE ROAD 102443 4/30/12
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ODFW - LEABURG
FISH & WILDLIFE HATCHERY 90700 FISH HATCHERY ROAD 101914 4/30/12

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PHILOMATH MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
PHILOMATH, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 AREA 102914 4/30/12
TROUTDALE MUNICIPAL
TROUTDALE, CITY OF STORMWATER, MS4 104 SE KIBLING 102910 4/30/12
WOOD VILLAGE,
MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
WOOD VILLAGE, CITY OF MS-4 2055 NE 238TH AVENUE 102911 4/30/12
COUNTRY VIEW MOBILE
EATINGER, AL HOME ESTATES 23611 HWY 62 101990 5/31/12
FALLS CITY, CITY OF FALLS CITY STP R.M. 12 LITTLE LUCKIAMUTE 101808 6/30/12
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ODFW - MCKENZIE RIVER
FISH & WILDLIFE HATCHERY 43863 GREER DR 101918 6/30/12
ROSBORO, LLC ROSBORO 2509 MAIN ST 101467 6/30/12
YOUNGS BAY ESTUARY ADJ
CLATSOP COUNTY FISHERIES CEDC FISHERIES TO S CITY LIMITS 101767 7/31/12
KINGSFORD
MANUFACTURING
KINGSFORD COMPANY - SPRINGFIELD
MANUFACTURING COMPANY PLANT 3315 MARCOLA RD 102153 7/31/12
ROSEBURG LANDFILL
DOUGLAS COUNTY PUBLIC LEACHATE TREATMENT 3 MILES SW OF ROSEBURG-
WORKS DEPARTMENT SYSTEM WEST OF I-5 101153 7/31/12
HERMISTON, CITY OF HERMISTON STP 2205 N 1ST PL 101294 8/31/12
CITY OF PORTLAND WATER PORTLAND WATER
BUREAU BUREAU 16400 NE AIRPORT WAY 101617 9/30/12
THE DALLES, CITY OF THE DALLES STP 105 LAUGHLIN STREET 101728 9/30/12
PORT OF PORTLAND -
PORT OF PORTLAND TROUTDALE 5100 NE SUNDIAL RD 100757 10/31/12
WESTPORT ENERGY, LLC WESTPORT ENERGY, LLC OFF DAVIS SLOUGH 102935 10/31/12
BIO-OREGON PROTEIN, INC. BIO-OREGON PROTEIN 1935 NW WARRENTON DR 101804 11/30/12
CASCADE WOOD PRODUCTS, CASCADE WOOD
INC. PRODUCTS - WHITE CITY 8399 14TH ST 102305 11/30/12
GRAPHIC PACKAGING GRAPHIC PACKAGING
INTERNATIONAL, INC. INTERNATIONAL, INC. 3400 N MARINE DR 101002 11/30/12
PORTLAND GENERAL
ELECTRIC COMPANY PGE BEAVER 80997 KALLUNKI RD 101209 11/30/12
USDOD; US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS BONNEVILLE BONNEVILLE LOCK & DAM-
DAM USACOE BONNEVILLE LOCK AND DAM 102768 12/31/12

DYNO NOBEL INC. DYNO NOBEL INC. 63149 COLUMBIA RIVER HWY 101535 12/31/12
GEORGIA-PACIFIC GEORGIA-PACIFIC-WAUNA
COMSUMER PRODUCTS LP MILL 92326 TAYLORVILLE RD 101172 12/31/12

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PARKDALE SANITARY
DISTRICT PARKDALE STP 7200 DEE HIGHWAY 101322 12/31/12
WALLOWA, CITY OF WALLOWA STP 700 N. PINE ST. 101994 12/31/12
CITY OF TROUTDALE
WATER POLLUTION
TROUTDALE, CITY OF CONTROL FACILITY 1820 NW GRAHAM ROAD 101044 7/31/13
SUNSTONE CIRCUITS, LLC SUNSTONE CIRCUITS 13626 S FREEMAN RD 101015 9/30/13
CENTURY MEADOWS CENTURY MEADOWS
SANITARY SYSTEM, INC. SANITARY SYSTEM (CMSS) 11570 BLUE HERON LN NE 101721 11/30/13
SANDY, CITY OF SANDY WWTP 33400 SE JARL RD 102492 11/30/13
CLACKAMAS COUNTY
SERVICE DISTRICT #1 HOODLAND STP 24596 E BRIGHT AVE. 100962 12/30/13
AUMSVILLE, CITY OF AUMSVILLE STP BEAVER CREEK AT R.M. 2.5 101784 12/31/13
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ODFW - CLACKAMAS RIVER
FISH & WILDLIFE HATCHERY 24500 S ENTRANCE RD 102663 12/31/13
SANDERS WOOD PRODUCTS, RSG FOREST PRODUCTS -
INC. LIBERAL 28890 HWY 213 100929 12/31/13

USDOI; FISH & WILDLIFE USFW - EAGLE CREEK
SERVICE NATIONAL FISH HATCHERY 34288 SE RAINBOW RD 101522 12/31/13
COBURG WASTEWATER BETWEEN I5 & COBURG N.
COBURG, CITY OF TREATMENT PLANT RD. 102979 5/31/14
PORT OF PORTLAND & CO- PORTLAND
APPLICANTS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 7000 NE AIRPORT WAY 101647 5/31/14
GOLD HILL, CITY OF GOLD HILL STP 2177 SECOND AVE. 102494 6/30/14
JASPER WOOD PRODUCTS, JASPER WOOD PRODUCTS,
LLC LLC 37385 JASPER LOWELL RD 101427 6/30/14
LOWELL, CITY OF LOWELL STP 240 S MOSS STREET 101384 6/30/14
SILTRONIC CORPORATION SILTRONIC CORPORATION 7200 NW FRONT AVE 101128 6/30/14
WESTFIR, CITY OF WESTFIR STP 46700 WESTOAK RD 100811 6/30/14
WILLAMETTE LEADERSHIP WILLAMETTE LEADERSHIP
ACADEMY ACADEMY 34020 B STREET 101441 6/30/14

BLOUNT OREGON CUTTING 4909 SE INTERNATIONAL
BLOUNT, INC. SYSTEMS DIVISION WAY 101162 9/30/14
COTTAGE GROVE, CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE STP 1800 NORTH DOUGLAS 101300 9/30/14
GRANTS PASS, CITY OF GRANTS PASS STP 1200 SW GREENWOOD AVE 101985 9/30/14
UNIVAR USA INC UNIVAR USA INC 3950 NW YEON AVE 101613 9/30/14
WEST LINN PAPER
WEST LINN PAPER COMPANY COMPANY 4800 MILL ST 100976 9/30/14
ANKROM MOISAN
ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS, WILLAMETTE OAKS
INC. BUILDING 6230 SW MACADAM AVE 101536 10/14/14

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TILLAMOOK, CITY OF TILLAMOOK STP 101239 10/30/14
34345 EAST COLUMBIA
SCAPPOOSE, CITY OF SCAPPOOSE STP AVENUE 100677 10/31/14
CANBY REGENCY MOBILE
REGENCY OF OREGON, INC. HOME PARK 10038 S NEW ERA RD 101644 11/30/14
EVRAZ INC. NA EVRAZ OREGON STEEL 14400 N RIVERGATE BLVD 101007 11/30/14
FOREST PARK MOBILE
FOREST PARK MHP, LLC VILLAGE 18830 SOUTH HWY. 99E 102323 11/30/14
ASH GROVE CEMENT ASH GROVE CEMENT -
COMPANY RIVERGATE LIME PLANT 13939 N RIVERGATE BLVD 102465 12/31/14
CANBY, CITY OF CANBY STP 1480 E TERRITORIAL RD 101063 12/31/14
5555 N CHANNEL AVE BLDG
VIGOR INDUSTRIAL LLC VIGOR INDUSTRIAL 71 101393 12/31/14
WILSONVILLE, CITY OF WILSONVILLE STP 9275 SW TAUCHMAN ROAD 101888 12/31/14
ARCLIN SURFACES, INC. ARCLIN 2301 N COLUMBIA BLVD 101544 1/1/15
I.WATER SERVICES, INC. I.WATER SERVICES 3303 SW BOND AVE. 102833 1/31/15
HATFIELD MARINE SCIENCE
CENTER, OREGON STATE
UNIVERSITY HMSC/OSU 2030 SE MARINE SCIENCE DR 101477 5/31/15
AMITY, CITY OF AMITY STP 401 EAST 3RD 101924 6/30/15
SOUTHWEST EDGE OF
ATHENA, CITY OF ATHENA STP ATHENA 102125 6/30/15
CARLTON, CITY OF CARLTON STP 1001 WEST GRANT ST. 101902 6/30/15
COLUMBIA HELICOPTERS,
INC. COLUMBIA HELICOPTERS 14452 ARNDT RD NE 101906 6/30/15
GRAND RONDE SANITARY
DISTRICT GRAND RONDE STP 8630 GRAND RONDE ROAD 101429 6/30/15
JLR, LLC JLR, LLC 380 S PACIFIC HWY 101253 6/30/15
MYRTLE POINT, CITY OF MYRTLE POINT STP 220 RIVER RD 101192 6/30/15
NORPAC BROOKS PLANT
NORPAC FOODS, INC. NO. 5 4755 BROOKLAKE RD NE 100907 6/30/15
ROYAL PACIFIC INDUSTRIES, ROYAL PACIFIC INDUSTRIES
INC. INC 4035 NE RIVERSIDE DR 101213 6/30/15
SHERIDAN, CITY OF SHERIDAN STP 139 NW YAMHILL STREET 101625 6/30/15
YAMHILL, CITY OF YAMHILL STP 450 S MAPLE ST 101473 6/30/15
ESTACADA, CITY OF ESTACADA STP 800 NW EVERGREEN WAY 101542 9/30/15
OREGON RACING, INC PORTLAND MEADOWS 1001 N SCHMEER RD 102710 10/1/15
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
COMPANY I P GARDINER PAPER 77622 US HWY 101 101468 10/31/15
J.H. BAXTER & CO., INC. J.H. BAXTER & CO., INC. 85 BAXTER ST 102432 10/31/15
MCFARLAND CASCADE POLE MCFARLAND CASCADE
& LUMBER COMPANY POLE & LUMBER CO 90049 HWY 99 N 102392 10/31/15

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4066 SE TUALATIN VALLEY
PERMAPOST PRODUCTS CO. PERMAPOST HWY 101489 10/31/15
ALLWEATHER WOOD,
ALLWEATHER WOOD, LLC WHITE CITY 7893 PACIFIC AVE 102034 11/30/15
OREGON METALLURGICAL,
LLC ATI ALBANY OPERATIONS 530 34TH AVE SW 102223 11/30/15
CASCADE PACIFIC PULP,
CASCADE PACIFIC PULP, LLC LLC 30480 AMERICAN DR 101114 11/30/15
DAYTON, CITY OF DAYTON STP 416 FERRY STREET 101742 11/30/15
GERVAIS, CITY OF GERVAIS STP 13307 PORTLAND RD. NE 101665 11/30/15
GEORGIA-PACIFIC
CONSUMER PRODUCTS LP
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP HALSEY MILL 30470 AMERICAN DR 101488 11/30/15
PORT ORFORD, CITY OF PORT ORFORD STP 913 - 12TH STREET 101001 11/30/15
POWERS, CITY OF POWERS STP 285 E CEDAR ST 101694 11/30/15
WILLAMINA, CITY OF WILLAMINA STP ADAMS AND LINCOLN STS 101070 11/30/15
W. 7TH ST. 3 BLOCKS W. OF
YACHATS, CITY OF YACHATS STP HWY 101 103001 11/30/15
EUGENE, CITY OF/OREGON EUGENE, CITY OF,
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL STORMWATER
TRANSPORTATION MS4 858 PEARL STREET 101244 12/29/15
GRESHAM, CITY OF; GRESHAM, CITY OF -
FAIRVIEW, CITY OF; MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MULTIPLE OUTFALL
MULTNOMAH COUNTY MS4 LOCATIONS (MULTNOMAH) 101315 12/29/15
MULTNOMAH COUNTY
MULTNOMAH COUNTY MS4 1620 SE 190TH AVE 103004 12/29/15
SALEM, CITY OF,
MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MULTIPLE OUTFALL
SALEM, CITY OF MS4 LOCATIONS (MARION) 101513 12/29/15
INTEL CORPORATION INTEL - ALOHA CAMPUS 3585 SW 198TH AVE 101533 12/31/15
STIMSON LUMBER
COMPANY - FOREST 49800 SW SCOGGINS VALLEY
STIMSON LUMBER COMPANY GROVE RD 101480 12/31/15
PORTLAND, CITY OF -
PORTLAND, CITY OF AND CO- MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MULTIPLE OUTFALL
APPLICANTS MS4 LOCATIONS (MULTNOMAH) 101314 1/30/16
CLACKAMAS COUNTY -
CLACKAMAS COUNTY WATER MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MULTIPLE OUTFALL
ENVIRONMENT SERVICES MS4 LOCATIONS (CLACKAMAS) 101348 2/28/16
GOLD BEACH, CITY OF GOLD BEACH STP 500' W OF 94100 5TH PLACE 103006 2/29/16
ROCKAWAY BEACH, CITY OF ROCKAWAY BEACH STP 410 S 3RD STREET 102580 3/31/16
SHADY COVE, CITY OF SHADY COVE STP ROGUE RIVER DRIVE 100998 3/31/16

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TRI-CITY WPCP (SEE FILE
TRI-CITY SERVICE DISTRICT
NO. 110122) 15941 AGNES AVE 101168 4/15/16
MAPLETON COMMERCIAL
AREA OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC. MAPLETON STP 10758 HWY 126 101392 5/31/16
TILLAMOOK RV PARK TILLAMOOK RV PARK 1950 SUPPRESS RD. N. 101987 5/31/16
CANNON BEACH, CITY OF CANNON BEACH WWTP 295 E 2ND STREET 102237 6/30/16
450 CANYONVILLE NORTH
CANYONVILLE, CITY OF CANYONVILLE STP ROAD 100532 6/30/16
CLOVERDALE SANITARY OFF HWY 101 IN
DISTRICT CLOVERDALE STP CLOVERDALE 102139 6/30/16
COLUMBIA BOULEVARD
PORTLAND, CITY OF STP 5001 N. COLUMBIA BLVD. 101505 6/30/16
DEPOE BAY, CITY OF DEPOE BAY STP 212 S POINT ST 101383 6/30/16

GLENDALE, CITY OF GLENDALE STP NORTH END OF SIXTH STREET 100742 6/30/16
USFS - UMPQUA
NATIONAL FOREST; TILLER DOUGLAS CO. RD 1 NEAR S.
USDA; FOREST SERVICE RANGER STATION STP UMPQUA RD. 100107 6/30/16
USFS - UMPQUA
NATIONAL FOREST; WOLF
CREEK CIVILIAN
USDA; FOREST SERVICE CONSERVATION CENTER 2010 Opportunity Lane 100064 6/30/16
DUNDEE, CITY OF DUNDEE STP 520 SW 5TH STREET 101722 7/31/16
SCIO, CITY OF SCIO STP 38841 SW 6TH AVE 101503 7/31/16
ARCH CAPE SANITARY
DISTRICT ARCH CAPE STP END OF WEBB AVENUE 100967 8/31/16
NESKOWIN REGIONAL NESKOWIN REGIONAL
SANITARY AUTHORITY SANITARY AUTHORITY STP 48990 HWY 101 S 101788 8/31/16
TWIN ROCKS SANITARY
DISTRICT TWIN ROCKS WWTP 18005 HWY 101 102487 8/31/16
WEYERHAEUSER NR ENGINEERED LUMBER
COMPANY PRODUCTS - FOSTER 6011 E. HWY 20 101777 9/30/16
GREEN DIAMOND SAND
ARDEN DEVELOPMENT, INC. PRODUCTS 5093 RIDDLE BY PASS RD 101932 9/30/16
23 FT N OF LOTS 11 & 12 ON
HUNTINGTON, CITY OF HUNTINGTON STP BLOCK 5 101726 9/30/16
JEFFERSON, CITY OF JEFFERSON STP 700 N. SECOND STREET 101780 9/30/16
ASTORIA, CITY OF ASTORIA STP 550 30TH ST 102397 10/31/16
BAY CITY, CITY OF BAY CITY STP NORTH END OF ELLIOTT ST 101025 10/31/16
BROOKINGS, CITY OF BROOKINGS WWTP 901 WHARF ST 101773 10/31/16
CORVALLIS, CITY OF CORVALLIS STP 1304 N.E. SECOND STREET 101714 10/31/16
GARIBALDI, CITY OF GARIBALDI STP 206 S 7TH STREET 102609 10/31/16

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Expiration
LegalName CommonName Location PermitNbr Date
MAUPIN, CITY OF MAUPIN STP NORTH SECOND STREET 102274 10/31/16
PACIFIC CITY JOINT WATER-
SANITARY AUTHORITY PACIFIC CITY JWSA 34005 CAPE KIWANDA DR 101519 10/31/16
LONG CREEK, CITY OF LONG CREEK STP 350 W. HARDISTY 101751 11/30/16
MEDFORD, CITY OF MEDFORD RWRF 1100 KIRTLAND RD 100985 11/30/16
MT. VERNON, CITY OF MT VERNON STP MOORE STREET 101316 11/30/16
NEHALEM BAY WASTEWATER
AGENCY NEHALEM BAY STP 14000 TIDELAND ROAD 101515 11/30/16
HEBO JOINT WATER & OFF HWY 101 ON N. BANK OF
SANITARY AUTHORITY HEBO JWSA THREE RIVERS 101524 12/15/16
FISHHAWK LAKE RECREATION FISHHAWK LAKE
CLUB, INC. RECREATION CLUB, INC. 71570 N SHORE DRIVE 101296 12/31/16
NETARTS-OCEANSIDE
SANITARY DISTRICT NETARTS-OCEANSIDE STP 5390 NETARTS HWY NW 101783 12/31/16
PRINEVILLE, CITY OF PRINEVILLE STP 2101 NW O'NEIL HWY 101433 12/31/16
SEASIDE, CITY OF SEASIDE STP N 19TH & RIVERSIDE 102579 12/31/16
OLD HINKLE ROAD &
STANFIELD, CITY OF STANFIELD STP SHERMAN 101136 1/31/17
BONNEVILLE;USACOE-
US ARMY CORPS OF TANNER CREEK
ENGINEERS, BONNEVILLE WASTEWATER
LOCK AND DAM TREATMENT PLANT TANNER CREEK FACILITY 101793 2/28/17
KNIFE RIVER CORPORATION - KNIFE RIVER
NORTHWEST CORPORATION - NW 5700 NE SUNDIAL RD 103022 2/28/17
KNUTSON TOWBOAT
COMPANY MILLINGTON LOG YARD 9376 HACKETT LANE 103021 2/28/17

KEY
Exp. by less than five years
Exp. by at least five years
Exp. by at least ten years
Exp. by at least fifteen years
Exp. by at least twenty years

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Summary of Active and Backlogged Individual Permits
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Headquarters
700 NE Multnomah St., Suite 600
Portland, OR 97232

For more information regarding the permits listed below visit our Water Quality Permit Program page.

Statewide Individual Permit Numbers as of 2/10/2017 6:00:02 AM.

Summary Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Statewide Totals
% % % %
All Individual Permits Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired
NPDES Individual Permit Totals 67 48 72% 106 76 72% 181 144 80% 355 268 75%
WPCF Totals 133 43 32% 42 0 0% 59 15 25% 234 58 25%
WPCF Onsite Totals 195 124 64% 189 78 41% 301 138 46% 685 340 50%
Totals 395 215 54% 337 154 46% 541 297 55% 1274 666 52%

Detail Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Statewide Totals
% % % %
NPDES Majors Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired
NPDES Domestic (Major) 10 8 80% 17 12 71% 23 21 91% 50 41 82%
NPDES Industrial (Major) 3 1 33% 7 7 100% 9 9 100% 19 17 89%
NPDES Stormwater (Major) 0 0 0% 5 4 80% 2 2 100% 7 6 86%
NPDES Major Sub Totals 13 9 69% 29 23 79% 34 32 94% 76 64 84%

Detail Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Statewide Totals
% % % %
NPDES Minors Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired
NPDES Domestic (Minor) 28 15 54% 34 20 59% 86 61 71% 148 96 65%
NPDES Industrial (Minor) 25 23 92% 41 31 76% 48 38 79% 115 92 80%
NPDES Stormwater (Minor) 1 1 100% 2 2 100% 13 13 100% 16 16 100%
NPDES Minor Sub Totals 54 39 72% 77 53 69% 147 112 76% 279 204 73%

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Summary of Active and Backlogged General Permits
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Headquarters
700 NE Multnomah St., Suite 600
Portland, OR 97232

For more information regarding the permits listed below visit our Water Quality Permit Program page.

Statewide General Permit Numbers as of 2/10/2017 6:00:02 AM.
To maintain consistency with the previous report, this report contains all permits in the DEQ WQ Permitting system including permits issued by DEQ Agents.

Summary Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Unassigned Statewide Totals
% % % % %
General Permits Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired Expired
NPDES General 41 41 100% 76 76 100% 171 171 100% 475 475 100% 763 763 100%
NPDES Stormwater 137 4 3% 872 143 16% 927 36 4% 11 8 73% 1947 191 10%
WPCF (Excluding Onsite) 112 18 16% 65 0 0% 187 5 3% 1596 1590 100% 1960 1613 82%
WPCF Onsite 8 3 38% 4 0 0% 26 6 23% 0 0 0% 38 9 24%
Totals 298 66 22% 1017 219 22% 1311 218 17% 2082 2073 100% 4708 2576 55%

Detail Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Unassigned Statewide Totals
% % % % %
NPDES General Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired Expired
100-J: Cooling water/heat
pumps 4 4 100% 22 22 100% 35 35 100% 0 0 0% 61 61 100%
200-J: Filter backwash 8 8 100% 10 10 100% 54 54 100% 0 0 0% 72 72 100%
300-J: Fish hatcheries 13 13 100% 11 11 100% 10 10 100% 0 0 0% 34 34 100%
400-J: Log ponds 3 3 100% 0 0 0% 21 21 100% 0 0 0% 24 24 100%
500-J: Boiler blowdown 2 2 100% 3 3 100% 6 6 100% 0 0 0% 11 11 100%
700PM: Suction dredges 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 418 418 100% 418 418 100%
0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 513 0 0%
900-J: Seafood
processing 0 0 0% 8 8 100% 10 10 100% 0 0 0% 18 18 100%

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1300-J: Oily storm water
runoff, oil/water
separators 4 4 100% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 4 4 100%
1500-A: NPDES
Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Cleanup 0 0 0% 8 8 100% 4 4 100% 0 0 0% 12 12 100%
1700-A: NPDES-Vehicle &
equipment wash water 0 0 0% 6 6 100% 31 31 100% 4 4 100% 41 41 100%
1900-J: Non-contact
geothermal heat
exchange 1 1 100% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 1 1 100%
2200-J: Discharge of
treated domestic
wastewater from existing
floating residences
(Lower Columbia-Youngs
Subbasin of Clatsop
County) 0 0 0% 7 7 100% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 7 7 100%
2300-A: Pesticide
General Permit for
pesticide applications
into, over or near water 6 6 100% 1 1 100% 0 0 0% 53 53 100% 60 60 100%
NPDES General Permit
Totals 41 41 100% 76 76 100% 171 171 100% 475 475 100% 763 763 100%

Detail Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Unassigned Statewide Totals
% % % % %
NPDES Stormwater Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired Expired
1200-A: Storm Water:
Sand, gravel, and other
non-metallic mining 11 1 9% 63 0 0% 127 11 9% 4 1 25% 205 13 6%
1200-C: Storm Water:
Construction activities -
1 acre or more 92 0 0% 255 0 0% 377 3 1% 0 0 0% 724 3 0%
1200-C(AGENT): Storm
Water: Construction
activities - 1 acre or more
- local agent 0 0 0% 133 0 0% 32 0 0% 0 0 0% 165 0 0%
1200-CA: Storm Water:
Construction activities
performed by public
agencies - 1 acre or more 3 3 100% 9 9 100% 22 22 100% 7 7 100% 41 41 100%

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1200-COLS: Industrial
storm water discharging
to Columbia Slough 0 0 0% 131 131 100% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 131 131 100%
1200-Z: Industrial storm
water 31 0 0% 279 1 0% 369 0 0% 0 0 0% 679 1 0%
1200-ZN: Industrial Storm
water 0 0 0% 2 2 100% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 2 2 100%
NPDES General
Stormwater Permit Totals 137 4 3% 872 143 16% 927 36 4% 11 8 73% 1947 191 10%

Detail Eastern Region Northwest Region Western Region Unassigned Statewide Totals
% % % % %
WPCF General Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired Active Expired
Expired Expired Expired Expired Expired
600: Offstream placer
mining 18 18 100% 0 0 0% 5 5 100% 1590 1590 100% 1613 1613 100%
1000: Gravel mining 45 0 0% 23 0 0% 30 0 0% 1 0 0% 99 0 0%
1400-A: Wineries and
seasonal fresh pack with
less than 25,000 gpd,
disposed by land
irrigation 20 0 0% 26 0 0% 119 0 0% 0 0 0% 165 0 0%
1400-B: Wineries and
small food processors
not otherwise eligible for
a 1400A general permit 12 0 0% 4 0 0% 20 0 0% 0 0 0% 36 0 0%
1500-B: WPCF Petroleum
Hydrocarbons Cleanup 3 0 0% 0 0 0% 1 0 0% 0 0 0% 4 0 0%
1700-B: WPCF-Vehicle &
equipment wash water 9 0 0% 7 0 0% 9 0 0% 5 0 0% 30 0 0%
1900-B: Geothermal
Exploration Permit 1 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 1 0 0%
2501 Seasonal Irrigation:
Seasonal irrigation using
high-quality process
industrial wastewater not
covered under another
permit 1 0 0% 1 0 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 0% 2 0 0%
WPCF General Permit
Totals (Excluding Onsite) 112 18 16% 65 0 0% 187 5 3% 1596 1590 100% 1960 1613 82%

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