Lt. Governor surprised by amount of oil debris on Ship Island, WLOX, November 01, 2010:
Lt. Governor Phil Bryant toured Ship Island Monday to get a first hand look at clean-up efforts. ... "I didn't realize that we still had that much work left to do," Bryant said. ...
The man in charge of the clean-up on Ship Island, Russell Ross, believes this will be a process that takes months, if not years.
"We are finding more and more and more oil. And this is like the fifth time we have come through here," Ross said. "It's going to be an ongoing thing for a while."
Even several months after the oil stopped spilling in the Gulf of Mexico, it's hard to tell how much oil is left on Ship Island. And that's why a massive test is about to get underway, funded by BP.
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