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(Portland, OR)  --  People who live in the area of a Southeast Portland glass company are calling for the facility to close until they're sure toxic chemicals are no longer being emitted.  Bullseye Glass has voluntarily stopped using cadmium and arsenic in its manufacture of glass since DEQ testing found levels of the toxic metals in the air.  Bullseye president Dan Schwoerer told KOIN-TV his company has nothing to hide and he's happy to give protesters a tour of the facility.  He says he's now working with DEQ and an environmental consultant for guidance on how to move forward.

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