Bullseye Glass: List of Suspended Glass Colors

Bullseye Glass has been at the center of controversy about Portland, OR air pollution ever since early February, when Oregon regulators asked the company to stop using the carcinogenic metals cadmium and arsenic. The request was prompted by tests showing high concentrations of the pollutant in nearby air.

Bullseye Glass and Uroboros glass have agreed to stop using cadmium and arsenic in their manufacturing, along with a third and more toxic metal, chromium. A list of Bullseye  Glass colors affected by the manufacturing change was obtained by Washington Glass School – as follows:

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Bullseye Glass colors and code

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