V. Faye McNeill

V. Faye McNeill

Mar 05, 2014

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    About This Project

    Natural materials may provide an effective, economical, and safer alternative to the chemicals commonly used for oil spill recovery today. The use of naturally occurring, soap-like materials in oil spill response could prove less harmful to worker health and reduce the impact of the cleanup chemicals on the environment.
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