Michigan Oil Spill Cleanup

16 Aug News | 1 comment
Michigan Oil Spill Cleanup

On July 26th, C.I.Agent Solutions was contacted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Enbridge Liquid Pipelines to aid in the oil spill cleanup operations after an estimated 820,000 to more than 1 million gallons of oil leaked from a pipeline near Marshall, Michigan into Talmadge Creek.

The oil was contained to a 25-mile stretch of the Kalamazoo River as several hundred workers took part in the cleanup. C.I.Agent Solutions manufactured and deployed two miles of C.I.Agent Sheen Boom (view product) and two C.I.Agent Sheen Machines (view product) to prevent oil sheen from reaching Lake Michigan.

Michigan Oil Spill

C.I.Agent Sheen Boom deployment in Marshall, Michigan

Michigan Sheen Boom Deployment

C.I.Agent Sheen Boom deployment in Marshall, Michigan

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