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Databases, GIS and Mapping Applications


Databases, GIS and Mapping Applications, Online Reporting          Bookmark or Share This Page

These databases are available for your review and are intended as a starting point in your research. The databases are also not intended as a legal resource. The information and data within the databases are provided with the understanding that conclusions drawn from such information are the responsibility of the user. 

Databases

 

GIS and Mapping Applications

Air Quality Index
Daily index of air quality for specific locations in Oregon

 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information

Enforcement Actions
Formal enforcement actions that include date, respondent name, location, inspector, penalty and violation

 

E-Cycles Collection Sites
Find an Oregon E-Cycles collection site.  Oregon E-Cycles collection sites provide FREE recycling of computers, monitors and televisions to anyone bringing seven or fewer items for recycling at one time.

Enforcement Notice of NonCompliance
Includes name of alleged violator, location, violation data, and description of violation

 

Facility Profiler
Search for DEQ regulated or permitted facilities and sites

Environmental Cleanup Site Information (ECSI)
Sites in Oregon with known or potential contamination from hazardous substances

 

Laboratory Analytical Storage and Retrieval (LASAR)
Air and water quality monitoring data

La Pine Demonstration Project
Field data and/or flow and usage data

 

Longitude Latitude Identification (LLID)
Map tool for geographic information such as longitude and latitude, stream name associated with LLID, and river mile

Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Cleanup Sites
Search for sites that reported releases of petroleum products from underground storage tanks which includes residential heating oil tanks
 

Oregon Incident Response Information System (OR-IRIS)

Understand the natural, physical and jurisdictional setting of a hazardous material release or emergency response. Arranged by functional/operation themes:

  • Transportation/Infrastructure
  • People at Risk
  • Water Resources Protection
  • Potential Toxic Sources
  • Incident Notification Groups
  • Emergency Response Resources
  • Wildlife/Habitat
  • Natural Resources and Hazards
  • Public Health

Onsite Septic System Installers and Pumpers
Database of licensed Onsite System Installer and Pumper businesses

Pacific Northwest Water Quality Data Exchange
Various water quality monitoring databases throughout the Northwest

Wastewater Permit Reports
Reports on National Pollution Discharge System (NPDES) permits and Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) permits

   
Wastewater Permit Search
Search for a wastewater permit and water quality permit-related documents
  Online Reporting - For Contractors'/Generator's Use Only
Wastewater System Certified Operators
Search for Certified Wastewater System Operators
  Hazardous Waste Reporting (HazWaste.net)
Submit annual hazardous waste report online
Wastewater System Operators Exams
Search Operator Exams database
  Online Petroleum Release Reporting
Use to report source and cause of underground storage tank releases
Underground Injection Control (UIC)
UIC database of Class V wells
   
     
   



 

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