At the Milwaukie City Council Meeting last night, Precision Castparts said neighbors should not be concerned about the health impacts of the two plants in question.
“We feel really good about the strong emission controls that we have,” Precision Castparts' Aaron Johnson said. “We know what alloys and components we use.”
…“It would lead me to believe that we are not, in fact, harming the environment,” he said. “But I definitely understand their concerns and heard them loud and clearly.”
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PCC posted public documents and information about community meetings online at pccstructuralscommunity.com.
In related toxic air news, the class-action lawsuit against Bullseye Glass for sought damages has exceeded $1 billion.
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