posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 06:51 AM
I was looking into the effects of the corexit that was used on the Gulf oil spill and cant understand why they would of even consider using it at all.
I was searching the internet and after a browse through wikipedia came across this.
Sea Brat is a dispersant that is producted by the above named corporation along with Petro Clean.
Could there be a conspiracy in the fact that it has been overlooked? Maybe on purpose?
Heres some quotes from the site.www.alabastercorp.com...
Alabaster Corporation is a bioremediation company, which specializes in the elimination of hydrocarbon contamination and environmental consulting. The
company produces and develops bioremediation chemicals and materials. These materials are designed as a two-part system consisting of live, “oil
eating” microbes and an advancement solution. The advancement solutions are a combination of chemicals designed to break down the hydrocarbons for
ingestion by the microbes and to promote a proper biological environment for the microbes to flourish. When properly applied, the hydrocarbons are
reduced to harmless fatty acids, carbon dioxide and water.
Since it's beginning Alabaster Corporation has been involved with over 1000 successful bioremediation projects including hundreds of PST storage tank
installations and removals. Additionally Alabaster Corporation is listed in the United States Department of Defense Central Contractor Registration
list with a standing BPA or (Blanket Purchase Approval) for our bioremediation, dispersant and surface washing products. Alabaster Bioremediation
Products are used in a wide variety of applications from large-scale waste site or environmental pollution clean up to smaller scale uses in various
industries. Alabaster has furnished microbic chemicals and solutions to the Panama Canal Commission, The U.S. Navy (Norfolk Naval Station), The U.S.
Air Force (Langley Air Force Base) under the Alabaster label.www.alabastercorp.com...
SEA BRAT is a powerful Emergency Response Dispersant! For the Dispersion and Clean Up of Ocean Oil Spills and Water Pollution. Applied to any
Hydrocarbon Fuel Spill or Oil Spill it will Disperse the Spill on Contact! It's that simple. This product will disperse hydrocarbons in the extreme
providing for or to the point of more rapid biodegradation. SEA BRAT was designed specifically for use as an environmentally friendly oil spill
dispersant for ocean pollution and water pollution.
Then i came across this:-
Sea Brat: Oil Spill Remedy that BP Is Trying to Deny
The test shown on EPA do not account for the bugs. We added bugs to Sea Brat during recent BP testing and it was the best product! First Sea Brat with
microbes (I had to avoid mentioning this) is a better dispersant than show. Because the natural enzymes from the microbes act like a safe surfactant.
No toxic to that aspect. Second the microbes reduce the toxicity even furthuer because the bugs eat out the small amount of chemical within that is of
concern and do so within 7 to 15 days.
Recently a toxicologist/ chemist tested my Petro Clean product for the Gulf Spill. He took a slop tank full of water, added minnows and then the crude
oil. The fish were killing off… then he hit it with Petro Clean with microbes, enzymes and the kill stopped and the fish began to recover. Testing
will be public soon! EPA is doing more test currently to verify these findings (this week) in order to counter BP’s assessment.
BP relaize my product rocked. Beyond anything Nalco could come up with without stealing my formula. So they tried to cover it up. Because BP MUST buy
Corexit only. Not just is there some connections between BP and Nalco (Corexit) but also Exxon. This is the "wizard behind the screen." Exxon invented
Coexit in various forms. Exxon (so I understand still supplies the main raw materials to make the toxic dispersant.
I understand from chemical insiders that Exxon froze all sales of a product line called Norpar. A petrochemical solvant. They even called back prepaid
accounts and ramped up production of this. I also understand that either Nalco or Exxon reserved up to 30 trucks a day here in Houston alone. This
indicates to me the volume of product they indented to sell.
Exxon acts like a sticking distributor for the dispersant Corexit. It should be no suprise they have deals worked with other oil companies. They will
all describe themselves as "partners." Take the North Slope. There are only a few companies there who really have all the control. If BP drills, Exxon
piplines and transports, refines, etc. Upstream, downstream, etc. They think we (you and I) are funny for not seeing this. We scream that we suspect a
conflict of interest! They know we do not instantly see that if BP stops using Corexit (Nalco) and it’s main ingredients (Exxon) that they can just
charge more to BP for transport of some other product that could amount to more than the estimated oil spill clean up!
Of course that is within the context of the game they play. They make money off oil and clean up without really cleaning anything. But they didn’t
expect me. I have been a monster they fed in the back yard for 20 years. BP has purchased between 30 to 80 thousand gallons of Petro Clean per year
alone, at one refinery, for 15 years, here in Texas, from me, for bioremediation, tank cleaning, degassing, reducing flammable stuff, etc.
I have a few letters of recommendation and financials for this.
They (Nalco, Exxon, BP) are in a fight to the wall against my bioremediation technologies. Because if the world sees it work they not only loose sales
on clean up. They have some explaining to do. They need to explain how they knew about this all along and did nothing over the decades. They need to
actually clean things up.
They have been trying to steal the formulas for years. Nalco has approced us, Exxon had clean ups for us to do, etc. They typically say they need to
test my products to make sure thay are safe… then ask for exact formula, CAS numbers (which identify chemicals) and the exact percentage by
So they can steal formula.
This is going on now. While they were dumping Corexit my product was tied up in testing. The formulas were to be sent to… exxonmobile email
addresses. The specifics were all about Nalco specification! Once they discovered my product rocked! They ordered 100,000 plus gallons then the # hit
the fan! Total regulatory freeze up for me. Nothing but testing and a shipping delay. They held up payments (which for a small family biz can be
crushing) and stalled. They attempted to prevent us from telling the world we could produce anymore than 15000 gallons per day when in truth 100000
per day or more or possible for anyone under the appropriate business circumstances.
Why would they use Corexit on a spill that is so poisonous and detrimental to the enviroment (sea and Land) and biology when they could have possibly
edit on 7-1-2011 by jazz10 because: add
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