Draft report released January 3, 2012
The Oregon Public Health Division spent the last year responding to questions from the Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE), local health departments, and community members in Eastern Oregon about the potential health impacts of wind energy facilities on Oregon communities.
The draft Wind Energy Health Impact Assessment is a tool to help community members, elected officials and ODOE understand and respond to health-related questions about wind energy developments in Oregon.
This initial HIA on wind energy is not focused on a specific facility or community. Rather, it focuses more broadly on what is currently known about the health impacts from wind farms, and the policies and standards used to site wind facilities in Oregon.
Media should contact Christine Stone, Oregon Public Health Communications Officer, 971-673-1282, desk; 503-602-8027, cell; firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have three months from the release of the preliminary report to comment on any part of the report. Comments must be written to be considered; you can email or mail your comments. All comments must be received by 5 PM on March 30, 2012.
The Oregon Public Health Division will read every comment received by the deadline. We do not plan to respond individually to each comment submitted. We will use the comments we receive to create a better, more complete final report.
We will accept comments by email email@example.com or mail:
Wind HIA Comments
Oregon Public Health Division
Office of Environmental Public Health
800 NE Oregon St., Ste. 640
Portland, OR 97232
Public information sessions are planned for
March 20 in Pendleton, OR
March 21 in Bend, OR
Check back here for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified of meeting locations and times.
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