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Oregon Office StaffIn February, Trinity Consultants announced the opening of its Portland, Oregon office, supported by the technical team of Principal Consultant, Aaron Day and Senior Consultants, Jesse Gonzalez and Beth Ryder.

Trinity has served the Oregon market since the early 1990s, addressing permitting and compliance issues, and working with Oregon's unique PSD program. This experience has prepared us to deliver the very best in environmental consulting to industrial facilities in Oregon. Historically, Oregon has been known nationally for its pulp and paper and wood products businesses, both key client sectors for Trinity. Oregon's economy has also expanded into additional manufacturing industries, including semiconductors, fabricated metals, food processing, and aerospace - all of which our Oregon team is well-equipped to assist.

In addition, the timing of the office opening aligns well with the roll out of a substantial new air toxics rule, Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO). The rule requires triennial toxic emission inventory reporting and toxic permitting for new and existing sources. Trinity is supporting our clients' compliance with CAO by leveraging our expertise in air dispersion modeling, control technology reviews, risk assessments, monitoring plans, and emission inventories.

Nicknamed the "City of Roses," Portland is the largest city in Oregon and is a major port in the Willamette Valley. It's often recognized for being an eco-friendly/eco-conscious city due to its high walkability rate, number of public parks and numerous public transportation options. We have been pleased to serve clients in Oregon over the last few decades, and are now particularly excited to have a Trinity Consultants office located directly in the state. For assistance in Oregon, contact Jesse Gonzalez at (503) 906-7833 or Beth Ryder at (458) 206-6770.

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