Yellowstone River cleanup from oil spill continues

Jul 13, 2011 Full story: Waste News

July 13 - Cleanup crews have used 40,000 linear feet of materials such as absorbent booms and sweeps, and 8,600 square feet of absorbent pads to clean the 1,000 barrels of crude oil that spilled into the Yellowstone River in Montana, the U.S. EPA said.

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robbie woods

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#1 Jul 15, 2011
We have contacted exxon twice to bring our airboats up there to help out with the spill. They haven't given us any word yet but just about all oilspills need the help of airboats we can get to alot of places regular boats can't get to but we're just gonna hang back and wait for the call

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