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2016 Toxics Right-to-Know Program Data Now Available - 05/01/17

With Eugene's Toxics Right-to-Know Program now in its twenty-first year, 2016 Materials Balance Reports have been filed electronically by all 35 businesses that are required to report. Data from the 2016 Toxics Reports are now available on the Toxics Program's website at www.eugene-or.gov/toxics, and in printed form at the Eugene Public Library as required by the City Charter.

The Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program was created and is governed by Section 54 of the Eugene City Charter, Amendment IV, adopted by citizen initiative in November 1996. It requires that businesses meeting certain criteria report their hazardous substance use to the City, that the City make that information public, and that hazardous substance users pay fees as necessary to operate the program.