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Sign our petition demanding that the EPA and DOI stop the use of dispersants during oil spills.
During the 2010 BP oil disaster, the federal government allowed the use of over 2 million gallons of toxic chemical dispersants to “clean up” the oil. The quantity of dispersants used during the BP oil spill was unprecedented — and so were its consequences.
We want the EPA and the DOI to stop allowing the use of the dispersants Corexit 9500A and Corexit 9527A for oil spill response in all waters of the U.S. Science has finally confirmed that these Corexit dispersants are deadly for people and wildlife when released into the environment.