Portland

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Local EHS Services in Trinity's New Oregon Office

Trinity Consultants is excited to open a new office in the Portland area. This team has been serving clients in Oregon and other adjacent states, and now has a local office presence. Our team has deep expertise and experience in this region's multiple industries with regard to environmental compliance and air permitting needs. 

Our industry expertise includes:

  • Pulp and paper
  • Semiconductor
  • Aerospace
  • Asphalt roofing products
  • Wood products
  • Chemicals manufacturing
  • General manufacturing sector 
  • Data centers

We provide support in many environmental areas, following are just a few we have managed for our clients in this region:

  • Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) applications
  • Notice of Intent to Construct applications
  • Cleaner Air Oregon compliance
  • Title V Operating Permits
  • Air quality compliance support
  • Emission inventory development and reporting
  • Atmospheric dispersion modeling
  • Air toxic risk assessments

Senior Technical Staff

Aaron Day, Principal Consultant (Seattle office)
Jesse Gonzalez, Senior Consultant
Beth Ryder, Senior Consultant 

Oregon Environmental News

  • Facilities Subject to CAO Requirements Will Soon Receive LRAPA’s Prioritization Results  - 

    The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) recently announced that the prioritization results for facilities subject to Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) requirements are expected to be published by August 2019. These prioritization results will include »

  • Oregon DEQ Assigning More Rigorous Thresholds for Select Toxic Pollutants  - 

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) are in the process of assigning more protective health standards to toxic pollutants expected to have developmental or other severe human health effects. The »

  • Oregon DEQ Adopted Title V Fee Increase  - 

    On May 16, 2019, Oregon's Environmental Quality Commission adopted a Title V Program fee increase of 2.42%. This increase will be applied to invoices issued in August of 2019 for the annual emissions for operating period November 15, 2019 to »

  • DEQ Requesting Comments on Draft Recommended Procedures for Cleaner Air Oregon  - 

    Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) continues to update its website with information surrounding the Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) regulations finalized in November 2018. Recently, DEQ posted "Draft Recommended Procedures for Conducting »

  • Oregon DEQ Releases Clean Air Oregon Prioritization Results  - 

    On March 1st, 2019, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) released the Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) prioritization results, which identified facilities in Oregon that will likely be called into the program during the first 12 months »

  • Gearing up for Cleaner Air Oregon  - 

    Under Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) rules codified in Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 340-245, new facilities will need to identify potential air toxics emissions and assess associated risks before submitting an air permit application. Additionally, »

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