BP official visits Bayou, calls for continued seafood testing (with video), Press-Register, October 13, 2010:
BP’s top official in the region... Mike Utsler emphasized to those gathered that "literally thousands and thousands" of pieces of shrimp, fish and oysters have undergone sensory testing for both cancer-causing PAHs — polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons — and the dispersant Corexit.
"Not a single sample has failed," he said.
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