"Corexit was being deployed on Dauphin Island as late as mid-September, and reports by locals continued though early October"


Undefeated: The Gulf Coast 6 Months After the Blowout, Jerry Cope, October 20, 2010:

BP and the government also claimed that all dispersant use was terminated in mid-July, aside from a very small amount. This too was not true.

Corexit was being deployed on Dauphin Island as late as mid-September, and reports by locals continued though early October.

Independent tests along the Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Florida continued in August and September to show markers for Corexit in both air and soil samples at dangerously high levels, including inland waterways, estuaries, and lagoons.

2 comments to "Corexit was being deployed on Dauphin Island as late as mid-September, and reports by locals continued though early October"

  • Canuck

    Excellent article!!!

    >>Even with the FDA lowering seafood safety standards specifically to allow catch from the Gulf into the market..<<

    Unfukinreal. All so BP doesn't have to pay compensation, because the gov says it's safe and therefor they could be out making a living.

  • premurderedGOM

    The air quality in Pensacola has deteriorated recently. Yesterday, while going to the store, I felt like I was being suffocated. Felt a little relief in the store. Full relief when I got home to my 3 Hepa filter air purifiers. Guess its all my imagination.

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>