Bullseye Glass

Judge allows Bullseye class action lawsuit to proceed to trial

Judge allows Bullseye class action lawsuit to proceed to trial Last Friday, Multnomah County Circuit Judge Stephen K. Bushong ruled that a $1.2 billion class action lawsuit against Bullseye Glass can proceed to trial, which is set to begin on June 11. When originally filed in March 2016, the suit, known as Meeker et al. …

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Bullseye says DEQ greatly exaggerated toxin danger

Bullseye says DEQ greatly exaggerated toxin danger Glass company claims agency has let pollution of all sorts persist while it was targete Bullseye Glass, a Southeast Portland art-glass manufacturer that filed a $30 million federal lawsuit last week against Gov. Kate Brown and two state of Oregon agencies, claims the state is “simply making things …

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Pollution contaminates soils at Bullseye Glass

Pollution contaminates soils at Bullseye Glass Art glass manufacturer fouled soil, water near its Southeast Portland plant Bullseye Glass, a Portland company known for its colorful glass artwork and past toxic air emissions, also has fouled the groundwater, soil and a dry well at its Southeast Portland site. The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and …

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Bullseye Glass’s Hex-Chrome Emissions Test Mangled; Oregon’s 24-Hour Pollution Levels Bungled

Bullseye Glass’s Hex-Chrome Emissions Test Mangled; Oregon’s 24-Hour Pollution Levels Bungled By Daniel Forbes Five months into an air-toxics scare involving Southeast Portland’s Bullseye Glass, neither it nor Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality are any closer to understanding how much hexavalent chromium (Cr VI), a virulent carcinogen, emerges from its stacks during the production of …

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