Aug. 26, 2010 04:42

BP claims it's not using the discontinued dispersant.

In this report from WKRG TV (Mobile, Pensacola), an industrious woman decided to hire her own chemist to test the water bordering her Cotton Bayou home. The results: 13.3 parts per million of 2-butoxyethanol in the sample, which is an ingredient in the 'discontinued' Corexit 9527, which BP claims it is not using in the Gulf.


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