You’ve seen the news: Explosions. Toxins running down the rivers we drink from. Wildlife coated in black sludge.
Trains, boats, and pipelines run through our neighborhoods all across the nation. Do you know who’s responsible in your area when oil spill disaster occurs? Or if there’s even an Area Contingency Plan?
Join Riki Ott, PhD of The ALERT Project tomorrow – Wednesday, March 11th – for an online discussion on the National Contingency Plan, Area Contingency Plans, and the use of “clean-up” agents – prohibited chemicals, exemptions that allow their use, notification requirements, clean-up of the “clean-up” agents and more.
CLICK HERE to watch.