Officials Release Soil Test Showing No Cause for Concern from Bullseye Factory | News Releases

Officials Release Soil Test Showing No Cause for Concern from Bullseye Factory

FOR RELEASE MARCH 9, 2016—We know that many of Bullseye's customers, fellow artists, and friends have been watching this story closely. Today, The Oregon Health Authority, the Oregon Department of Environment Quality, and the Multnomah County Health Department released test results showing that the soil around the Bullseye factory is normal for Portland, and that there is no cause for public concern.

While it is unfortunate that this issue was handled in a way that caused panic and confusion, Bullseye will continue to honor our previous commitments to go above and beyond what is required by law. This includes installing brand new filtration systems that will position our company as a global leader in environmental stewardship.

We appreciate your support for our company and employees over the last month, and we can now look forward to continuing our tradition of producing high quality art glass that is trusted around the world.

Read the joint DEQ, OHA, MCDH news release: New soil, cancer, urine test data show low risk for Portland residents