Powerful port in NE Oregon pollutes water for years with little state action

Guadalupe Martinez, of Boardman, says a reverse-osmosis filter installed under the sink doesn’t work properly, and the whole-house filter behind her has been broken for years. Her family drinks bottled water to protect themselves from nitrate-tainted groundwater. (Kathy Aney/Oregon Capital Chronicle)

Guadalupe Martinez points to a 24-pack of bottled water by her kitchen sink with just a few . . .

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