As a Citizen you can search for information about hazardous substances a few different ways.
The first option is a facility search. With a facility search you can search by Facility ID, Facility Name, Facility Address. You also have the ability to search by county to show all the facilities within a specific county whom report hazardous substances. Lastly, you can search by fire department to show all the reporting facilities within a fire department jurisdiction.
The second search option is Facilities with Chemicals. This allows you to perform a statewide search for facilities whom store a specific chemical. You can also perform a statewide search of all facilities whom report a specific Physical or Health Hazard, Facilities storing Extremely Hazardous Substance (EHS) chemicals, Subject to EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting, Subject to Process Safety Management (PSM) Regulations, Facilities storing EHS quantities that exceed EPA Threshold Planning Quantities (TPQ), and Facilities subject to Clean Air Act Section 112r.
Enter your search criteria into the fields.
Your search results will show down below your criteria.
To get more information about a specific facility click on the facility name.
For more information about the chemicals stored at a specific facility, click on the view chemical icon.
To see where the facility is located on the map, click on the Map Facility icon.
Across the top of the search screen, you can see three Tabs: Layers, Legend, Search.
Layers allows you to adjust what layers you see on the map. Legend shows you what each map icon represents, and search shows you your search criteria & results.
The Targeted Search button will take you back to the search homepage. Full Export Request, allows you to request a download of all facilities in Oregon whom report hazardous substances, and Exported Reports is where you reports will appear when they have be exported and are ready to view.
Our staff is available to assist with this process or any other questions you may have about CHS Manager or CR2K regulations. They can be reached by calling our Hazardous Substance Information Hotline at 503-378-6835 or 800-454-6125, or submit a ticket.