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Pollution Report

What you see might be important. Please report pollution.

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If you identify an urgent water quality concern anywhere in Oregon, please call the Oregon Emergency Response System (OERS) at (800) 452-0311. OERS will be able to get agency response on weekends or off hours, unlike calling their offices. 

 

Next, we want to hear about it so please email stacey(at)rogueriverkeeper(dot)org or call (541) 488-9831.

 

To submit an online water quality complaint to the OR Dept. of Environmental Quality: HERE 

The form below is currently under construction. Thank you!
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Oil slick, dumping, hazardous chemicals, sewage, fish/wildlife kill or deformity, bank clearing, runoff/erosion, other? Please describe.
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What date and time did you observe the incident?
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Where did you see a pollution incident occurring?
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Please give clear and detailed directions to the specific location.
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For example, liquid, gelatinous, viscosity, color, foamy, dead fish or wildlife. Chemical or oil spills may have an odor, but some may not. DO NOT TOUCH OR SMELL! PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR SAFETY! Please also describe the extent of the spill, how far downstream or how much area on the ground, etc.
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Where did the spill come from? If unknown make your best guess and describe why please.
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Have you contacted the authorities (911, DEQ, ODFW)? If so who did you talk to? How have the agencies responded?
If you have pictures of the incident, please attach them here.
If you have pictures of the incident, please attach them here.
If you have pictures of the incident, please attach them here.
Anything else you want us to know?

If this form does not work, email your pollution reporting info to stacey(at)rogueriverkeeper(dot)org. THANKS!

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