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Support grows for Next Renewable Fuels Project in Oregon


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    In Oregon, more than 7,000 public comments and letters were submitted to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality urging the agency to approve the air permit for Next Renewable Fuels and supporting Next’s proposal to build a renewable diesel production facility at Port Westward.

    In its draft permit, ODEQ stated “Next Renewable Fuels Oregon LLC is not a major source of EPA-listed hazardous air pollutants” and “DEQ has concluded the potential emissions meet health-risk standards for the community and do not require additional controls to be protective of public health.”


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