Hitting the Shore - How an Oil Slick Affects the Shoreline

Posted on 13 June 2017
Hitting the Shore - How an Oil Slick Affects the Shoreline
As we all know, when oil spills happen at sea, the oil floats on the surface of the water.  With the movement of the tide, the wind, and the waves, oils spills at sea will spread quickly, and often reach the coastline. Such oil slicks can have a devastating effect on the environment, so it i...
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Turbidity Curtains: An Environmentally-Friendly Way to Prevent Marine Contamination

Posted by Andy on 15 March 2017
Turbidity Curtains: An Environmentally-Friendly Way to Prevent Marine Contamination
Construction projects near bodies of water can cause marine spills and other pollution. Debris, dust and other substances contaminate water and endanger marine life. While prevention is the best cure in this situation, sometimes contamination does occur and it is imperative that it is dealt wi...
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How Truck Drivers Can Efficiently Respond to Spills

Posted by Andy on 14 March 2017
How Truck Drivers Can Efficiently Respond to Spills
Spills can be a huge problem on the road. If left unattended, they can not only become a serious environmental threat, but can cause pavement damage, and pose a risk to other vehicles.  When truck drivers encounter spills while transporting liquids in bulk, they need to be adequately prep...
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Six Years Past Disaster: Reclaiming the Gulf of Mexico from Oil

Posted by Rick on 9 February 2017
Six Years Past Disaster: Reclaiming the Gulf of Mexico from Oil
All it takes is a single broken cement seal to trigger massive environmental collapse the type that does not simply go away. After taking the lives of eleven workers and of millions more of sea life, oil from the Deepwater Horizon well remains in the Gulf of Mexico, more than six years aft...
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How to Clean Up Spills at Home and at Work

Posted by Rick on 16 November 2016
How to Clean Up Spills at Home and at Work
"You cannot prevent a spill. At home, all types of liquids get spilt; kids spill juice, milk and any type of liquid, and when you're entertaining guests, you can almost always expect some amount of wine to spill as well! At work, however, a chaotic area can lead to chemical, oil o...
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Hitting the Shore - How an Oil Slick Affects the Shoreline

Jun 13 2017
As we all know, when oil spills happen at sea, the oil floats on the surface of the water.  With the movement of the tide, the wind, and the w...

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