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    Marc Baker, President, EPB&B.

    Since 1950, EPB&B has specialized in insuring the Northwest's energy companies.  In fact, we're one of the largest insurance agencies in this field.  Areas where we have expertise include:

    • petroleum marketers
    • petroleum/LNG haulers
    • filling stations
    • convenience stores
    • petroleum storage (including pollution coverage for in-ground tanks)
    • biodiesel
    • other renewable energy risks

    We're members of the Oregon Fuels Association.

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  • EPB&B was again named among the top philanthropic companies in Oregon by the Portland Business Journal. We attended a very informative luncheon last week to pick up the award. We were #4 on the small business list. It was amazing and beyond humbling to see how many other like-minded companies are in our area. What is incredible is that even with all of the good stuff going on in our area, there is still a need for so much more. Thanks to everyone who helped us achieve this milestone.

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    Marc Baker and Wolter vanDoorninck, owners of EPB&B

    Elliott, Powell, Baden & Baker has been covering businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest for over 60 years.  We have a diverse team of insurance professionals.  With both specialists and generalists on our staff, we have the ability to insure any type or size of business risk.

     

    We're an independent agency, which means we can choose from a wide variety of insurance companies to find the one that best fits your needs.  Choose any of the categories below to hear more about what we can do for you.

      


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  • Bitter temperatures can freeze pipes, creating catastrophic property losses and havoc in your life. Every year we have our fair share of cold weather and businesses can be caught unprepared, often resulting in the most costly losses. With proper winter weather preparation, you can minimize the impact of severe weather on your business.

    Before winter weather occurs:

    ·       Add emergency contacts to your emergency plan. Post the list at all telephones, and make copies for all employees to keep with them.

    ·       Plan for maintenance personnel to properly monitor buildings during cold snaps, upping site visits and checking unoccupied areas of buildings.

    ·       Properly mark the location of hydrants and sprinkler system post indicator valves for easy cleaning after heavy snow. 

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