United States: Enbridge says two-thirds of spill oil gathered up

Reuters: Enbridge Inc said on Tuesday it has removed two-thirds of the more than 800,000 gallons of oil spilled into a Michigan creek last week when one of its pipelines ruptured, as U.S. regulators reported the waters of the Kalamazoo River have begun to clear. Susan Hedman, regional administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, said little oil sheen remained on the Kalamazoo eight days after clean-up efforts began. "The water surface looked very clear on both Talmadge ......

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