Latest tests find up to 69 ppm oil on Mobile Bay shoreline (LAB RESULTS)


Samples taken February 15, 2011 in Daphne, AL, eastern shore of Mobile Bay, via Michelle Nix:

Lab Report Excerpts

Analytical Chemical Laboratory has completed the analysis of samples taken from the above address. The samples were analyzed for specific parameters, as directed and the following is reported:

  • Sampled:   02/15/11 by B. Spence
  • Analyzed:  02/16/11 by L. Butler
  • Reviewed: 02/18/11 by R. Naman

WATER SAMPLE

STANDARD METHODS  5520D  OIL & GREASE ANALYSIS

SAMPLE                                                                    DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION OIL & GREASE        LIMIT              TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-1 8 p.p.m.                  1 p.p.m.              1145 02/16/11 LCB

S-1 End of Pier-Water

Sampled  02-15-11 @1345


SEDIMENT SAMPLES

SAMPLE                                                                  DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION TPH                         LIMIT               TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-2 69 mg/Kg         2 mg/Kg                   1120 02/16/11 LCB

S-2 Beach Sample Left

Sampled 02-15-11 @1350


p.p.m. = parts per million = milligrams per Liter

SEDIMENT SAMPLES Cont’d

SAMPLE                                                                  DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION TPH                         LIMIT               TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-3 60 mg/Kg       2 mg/Kg                   1120 02/16/11 LCB

S-3 Beach Sample  Middle

Sampled 02-15-11 @1355

SAMPLE                                                                  DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION TPH                         LIMIT               TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-4 11 mg/Kg       2 mg/Kg                   1120 02/16/11 LCB

S-4 Beach Sample  Right

Sampled 02-15-11 @1400

WATER SAMPLES

SAMPLE                                                                    DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION OIL & GREASE        LIMIT              TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-5 2 p.p.m.                  1 p.p.m.              1145 02/16/11 LCB

S-5 Shore Water  Left

Sampled  02-15-11 @1405

SAMPLE                                                                    DETECTION

IDENTIFICATION OIL & GREASE        LIMIT              TIME/DATE/ANALYST

ACT ID# 11-3105-0215-6 3 p.p.m.                  1 p.p.m.              1145 02/16/11 LCB

S-6 Shore Water  Right

Sampled  02-15-11 @1410

p.p.m. = parts per million = milligrams per Liter

METHODS:    EPA 8015, 418.1 TPH

3 comments to Latest tests find up to 69 ppm oil on Mobile Bay shoreline (LAB RESULTS)

  • JEC

    Wonder how the US government "Oil Fund" will cover the removal cost of all the oil contamination! Since BP says they are "done." So all the oil companies will have to chip in and fund the clean-up-right? And of course, fund the "chemical removal" or detox of all the citizens of the Gulf Coast. Hiding the BP oil spill with COREXIT was not a good idea! Its BACK! The gift that just keeps giving...

  • Jack

    NO, JEC, NO, NO, no, no, no....
    Neither the wholly corrupted "U.S. Government", nor BP, nor
    any other oil company is going to do diddley-squat about
    cleaning up.
    I think you are already fully aware that Life in the Gulf is Over!
    Remember the Gusher that popped in Plaquemines Parish?
    That is the Model of how the entire Gulf is going to be handled. FRACK the rock layers, Free the Gasses, and make sure the people git "R-U-N-N-O-F-T" as they said in
    "O Brother Where Art Thou".
    The entire multi-state area becomes a Production Zone,
    and they don't need any indigenous population.
    The "Spill" and the Corexit are ongoing, not finished.
    Military loves Idiot recruits to carry out their Evil plans.

  • Its truly one of the biggest disasters our planet has ever seen. My heart goes out the folks in the Gulf . THe water showing 69ppm is outrageous and I cannot see anyway funding will be available to clean the water in the Gulf.

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