Client: Oregon’s DEQ.
Service: Transcreation Project.
Documents: Bill inserts, guides, social media, webpage.
Volume: 3 language.
The State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is the chief regulatory agency, responsible for protecting Oregon’s natural resources and managing sanitary and toxic waste disposal. It was established by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1969, dissolving the predecessor Oregon State Sanitary Authority. It administers the state’s pollution laws, the first of which were enacted in 1889, and the agency’s director has the authority to impose fines for violations of these laws.