Cable Huston’s environmental and natural resources law practice is one of the strongest in the region. We represent municipal governments, major businesses, and individuals in all aspects of environmental and natural resources law. Our work includes:
We have been active in the development of environmental and natural resources statutes, rules and policies in Oregon. Our attorneys have drafted legislation in every session of the Oregon Legislative Assembly since the firm was founded in 1990. Many have served on numerous advisory committees for agencies in Oregon, assisting in the development of rules and policies in areas such as chemical process mining, dry cleaning, environmental cleanup, environmental enforcement, geothermal development, greenhouse gas reporting, hazardous waste, hazardous waste/toxic use reduction, mined land reclamation, pesticide waste, oil and gas development, orphan site funding, pollution tax credits, spill management, water quality, and water resources.
Our attorneys work with clients to obtain the necessary authorizations for the financing, construction, and operation of large-scale and complex projects, including biomass, coal, cogeneration, geothermal, hydroelectric, nuclear, plasma gasification, and wind electric generation facilities, solid and hazardous waste landfills, and water and wastewater treatment plants. When problems arise, our attorneys have been at the forefront of complex environmental and natural resource litigation. Several of our attorneys have technical backgrounds, including one who worked as a chemical engineer and one as a biologist for the federal government.
Bayer CropScience, Inc.
Chemical Waste Management of the Northwest, Inc.
Clackamas River Water District
Eugene Water & Electric Board
McMinnville Water & Light
Rockwood Water People’s Utility District
Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.
Sanofi-aventis U.S., Inc.
Tualatin Valley Water District
Waste Management of Oregon, Inc.