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Oil Dispersants

Environmentalists sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, demanding it issue rules restricting the use of chemical dispersants to clean up oil spills because they “have proven to be more toxic to humans and the environment than oil alone.”

SAN FRANCISCO – Environmentalists sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, demanding it issue rules restricting the use of chemical dispersants to clean up oil spills because they “have proven to be more toxic to humans and the environment than oil alone.”

Categories / Environment, Government

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