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April 20, 2011


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Glenn Burton

I still haven't found any evidence that the USA is using any "green" criteria in either official procurement policies or EPA with regards to the selection of "Green" products/procedures used to clean up oil and fuel spills on land and water.

There are better, faster, safer and more environmentally friendly products/procedures readily available, yet none are part of any official strategy moving forward.

We encourage all levels of government & agencies to put new "greener" tools in the toolbox of remediation strategies.

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