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Oil Spill Boom and Absorbents Inventory List for Responders
Whenever a disaster strikes such as an oil spill, a quick response is critical to mitigate the damage caused...
How to Select a Turbidity Curtain Video
In this video learn how about what a turbidity curtain is, what it does, the different types and the...
How to Select an Oil Spill Containment Boom?
The Petroleum industry has come a long way from about 4 million barrels produced in 1930 to about 73...
How to Choose Marine Construction Turbidity Barriers
Three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is composed of water and because humans need water, most of humanity lives in...
How do Floating Turbidity Curtains impact construction site water?
This picture is great because it gives us a chance to see the cloudy water (silt/sediment) within the Floating...
Infamous oil spills over the years and how they were contained
Over the years, there have been many oil spills around the world and almost all of these disasters have...
Green Ways To Clean Up Oil Spills
Oil spills are major ecological disasters. Not only do they take huge amounts of time and much manual labor...
How They Cleaned Up The Massive Oil-Spill In The Gulf Of Mexico
The Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion that occurred in the Macondo Prospect, Gulf of Mexico, is reportedly the worst...
Deepwater Horizon – Worst Accidental Oil Spill Incident
At almost ten in the night (American time) on the 20th of April, 2010, the nightmare that was to...
Different Types Of Inflatable Oil Containment Booms And Barriers
Containment and recovery of oil spills is a major operation that involves a large number of equipment that includes...
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