- Portland's toxic air: Uroboros Glass neighbors worry about health
- Laurie Simpson and her family live about eight blocks from Uroboros Glass in North Portland, a toxic air hot spot according to data from the U.S. Forest Service.
- Portland glass makers spawned an art form. Will it survive their pollution
- Bullseye Glass Co. and Uroboros Glass helped make Portland the national hub of an art form known as fused glass.
- Laboratory testing can be effective journalistic tool (Editor's notebook)
- On a rainy afternoon, data team members Dave Cansler, Carli Brosseau, Mark Friesen and Mark Graves gathered up a couple of dozen samples near Bullseye and Uroboros, the two Portland glass makers that used cadmium to add color to their products.
- Bullseye Glass: Toxic air reports hit 'like a ton of bricks'
- Another glass company in North Portland, Uroboros Glass, has agreed to suspend its use of cadmium and chromium (Uroboros does not use arsenic in its manufacturing processes). These steps address the immediate concerns to public health in terms of air ...
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