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It's Your Oregon: Andrea Hunter It's Your Oregon: Andrea Hunter
I had joined OEC several years before, and had been a home-based volunteer. Don Waggoner, OEC’s president, had a large volume of correspondence relating to his evaluation of Oregon’s Bottle Bill. I had an electric type-writer, and volunteered. On the strength of this, Larry took a chance and hired me. I think he hoped my “people skills” would make up for my typing deficiencies.
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2011 News Releases

Multnomah County Proposes BPA-Ban
Multnomah County will be voting on a countrywide ban on bisphenol A in baby bottles, sippy cups and sports water bottles October 27.
BPA-Ban Passed in Multnomah County
Today Multnomah County unanimously passed a countrywide ban on the toxic chemical bisphenol A in baby bottles, sippy cups, sports water bottles and thermoses.
Oregon Women Exposed Daily to Unregulated Toxic Chemicals in Personal Care Products
A report released today finds Oregon women are exposed to a range of toxic chemicals every day through the use of personal care products largely unregulated for safety.
Tips to Green Up Your Holiday Season
Make your holidays a little more eco-friendly with these practical tips for shopping, gift-giving and celebrating.
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