Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | May 11, 2010

Kentucky environmental attorney Sanders says EPA has web-based information available on BP’s massive environmental disaster threatening U.S Gulf coast with bizallion gallons of crude oil.

US EPA has several online resources available to check on the progress, or lack thereof, of the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico:

1) EPA has posted data and other information on the BP oil spill site at EPA’s website:  (www.epa.gov/bpspill):

There you will find air quality and water data.  You can also find answers to common questions about the massive oily environmental diaster. You can even submit technology solutions to the agency.  God knows they need some fresh ideas, such as “try enforcing the environmental regulations next time BP submits a permit to drill for oil in US waters.”

 2) You can subscribe to EPA’s email oil spill updates at http://service.govdelivery.com/service/subscribe.html?code=USAEPA_389.

You can also visit the coordinated government response site (www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com) for:
Information about the spill and efforts to stop the massive amounts of crude oil from flowing into the ocean and onto the shores of the Gulf States.

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Responses

  1. it is obvious here that the EPA has taken on a pile of cash from BP to say something in these lines. We know that fishing, oystering, & shrimping was going strong until this disaster started.
    Q: how about we get some fish, oysters, & shrimp today off the coast of LA and feed it to the EPA as a thank you for accepting HUSH MONEY from BP


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