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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

BP the Gulf Low Down: Part III

In 2010 British Petroleum and the federal government used more than two million gallons of controversial chemical dispersant known as Corexit to prevent huge amounts of oil from making landfall along the Gulf of Mexico.
The Environmental Protection Agency knew Corexit was a lousy choice, but other more environmentally friendly dispersants weren't available in large enough quantities, so Corexit got the nod and the damage was done. Once Corexit was applied it made the BP crude 52 times more toxic than crude oil alone.
To date thousands of people may have been exposed and by some estimates thousands of gallons of it are still out there covering the sea floor Continue ...[Acadian's]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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