February 9, 2016 - "Meeting informs southeast Portland residents about arsenic, cadmium found in air", www.kptv.com

Keith Dubanevich believes current regulations do not work for different sized companies and was shocked to hear that even though both arsenic and cadmium in the neighborhood are alarmingly high, it's nowhere close to the maximum, which means the company is legally in the clear.  He says, "It's like having the same restrictions for your neighborhood gas station as the big oil refinery that gas came from."  According to this KPTV article, the DEQ says all of the rules are handed down by the federal government and all they can do right now is enforce them.

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