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Unfortunately, the brunt of ODEQ's enforcement powers have always come down on smaller companies like Bullseye (not making excuses for the glassmakers here, who clearly should have known better and done the right thing from the start), while the biggest polluters continue to get away with their environmental transgressions due to their size and power.
To this very day, the ODEQ Cleanup program charges polluters by the hour for their cleanup oversight, essentially acting as a consultant to the polluters, resulting in a way-too-cozy relationship with the polluters they are supposed to be regulating.
Hello? Burning Man?
This is like saying Bernie Sanders might be a closet KKK member because he visited a cemetery in Georgia.
Good one Mercury. Good one. Except it's March, not April. No foolin.