Fierce Recycling Effort in Fighting Oil’s Spread

New York Times: Pete Parker's not-so-small frame radiates purpose. Striding around a dockside yard where his "decontamination unit' works, he keeps an eye on 11 workers who are stooped over drills, bolts and iron mallets to repair oil-containment booms damaged by waves and strong currents in the gulf. Pete Parker, center, leads the unit that works on the Gulf Coast to make damaged oil-containment booms seaworthy again. Like a cobbler in a town where no new shoes are to be had, Mr. Parker, 60, ......

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