EPA Worried That Dilbit Still a Threat to Kalamazoo River, More Than 2 Years After Spill

Inside Climate News: The hidden, long-term effects of the 2010 pipeline accident that spilled more than a million gallons of heavy Canadian crude oil into Michigan's Kalamazoo River became public last week when the EPA revealed that large amounts of oil are still accumulating in three areas of the river. The problem is so serious that the EPA [3] is asking Enbridge Inc. [4], the Canadian pipeline operator, to dredge approximately 100 acres of the river. During the original cleanup effort, dredging was limited to just......

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