Title: Tons of Oil Still Being Collected from Alabama Beaches
Author: Debbie Williams
Published: January 10, 2013
h/t Stuart Smith
Williams: A morning drive along the beach is routine for Brandan Franklin [chief building and environmental official for Gulf Shores].
Franklin: Just come out monitor the beaches look for new oil that may have washed up.
Williams: Last year almost two million pounds of BP oil was collected from gulf coast beaches. 380 thousand pounds of that came from Alabama.
A quick look at a shell line on West Beach and you can see why. [...]
To give you some idea of how quickly things can change on a cleaned beach, clean up crews were here just a few hours ago this morning but already washing up in the surf, this is what we found [...]
Franklin says it’s up to anyone on the beach to report any oil they find [...]
Published: January 12th, 2013 at 4:02 pm ET
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