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A small grassroots group in New Orleans, Stop the Oil Disaster, desperately attempting to educate the public about the dangers, created a flyer about Corexit EC 9500A manufactured by NALCO company in Naperville, Illinois. The flyer quotes from the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), the chemical bible:
Originally posted by LarryLove
reply to post by antar
You know, it is almost as if everyone wants to believe that this disaster is the 'big one' we have all been waiting for. It isn't and what is needed most is clear and factual dialogue to discern the magnitude of the Gulf oil spill.
This guy has been propagating doom and gloom for weeks. It makes for good tv and newspaper stories. Go back to people like the marine toxicologist who appeared in a video posted a few pages back.
This report was originally prepared as an internal management tool for the BP Claims team to provide details about the claims process, the types of claims that have been filed, the number of claimants compensated, and the amounts paid. In the spirit of transparency, it has been made public. You are encouraged to read the glossary of terms you will find inside the document.
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Oil giant BP will reduce its contribution to U.S. coffers by roughly $10 billion due to a tax credit the company is claiming it incurred from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
EPA Senior Policy Analyst Hugh Kaufman, MSNBC, July 28, 2010 at 8:20 p.m. EDT:
Wal-Mart is discontinuing the sale of fresh seafood in its Florida superstores, a Florida agriculture official told a panel looking into the economic impact of BP’s massive oil spill on the state’s economy,” the Palm Beach Post reports. The decision is blamed on a “drop in demand”.