Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program Reports

Program Reports
The Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program was created in 1996 by an amendment to the City of Eugene Charter (Section 54, Amendment IV) that requires certain manufacturers to provide information to the public concerning the use and disposition of federally listed hazardous substances. This is a public information program as opposed to a regulatory program. It is overseen by a seven-member volunteer citizen board appointed by the Eugene City Council. 
 

Online Database to Toxics Right-to-Know Program Data


The link below includes data for reporting years 1999 through 2015. Data are current as of April 1, 2016.
Report Data
 
Quick Guide to Accessing Toxics Right-to-Know Data
Quick Guide to Accessing Toxics Right-to-Know Data
 
Citizen Guide to the Toxics Right-to-Know Program
Citizen Guide to the Toxics Right-to-Know Program
 
Hazardous Substance Tracking Instructions
Hazardous Substance Tracking Instructions for businesses required to report in accordance with Eugene City Charter Amendment IV.

Additional Resources
Information beyond the legal purview of the Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program (e.g., pesticide information) may be available through the Federal Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Program.  
  
Public Records Request Information and Form