Engineer confirms: "Toxic Corexit 9500A in MS Sound" after well capped


NEWS ALERT: New Test Results Confirm Presence of Corexit 9500A in Mississippi Sound, Blog of Stuart H. Smith, Esq., October 23, 2010:

The results are in – and they’re disturbing. The water samples our research team took on August 10, 2010 from Mississippi Sound contain dispersant-related chemicals from the Gulf’s surface.

The samples contain the following toxic compounds: propylene glycol, 2-ethylhexanol, and di (propylene glycol) butyl ether in the seawater, all of which are markers for dispersant.

Our team, headed by civil engineer Marco Kaltofen, has confirmed the presence of toxic Corexit 9500A in Mississippi Sound in August.

Testing parameters here.

1 comment to Engineer confirms: "Toxic Corexit 9500A in MS Sound" after well capped

  • up the East coast

    THAT'S DISGUSTING!!! Almost as disgusting as the people who are ignoring this problem!!! It's all one big bathtub and it's coming YOUR way!!!

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