Showing posts with label Coastal Clean Up. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Coastal Clean Up. Show all posts

Friday, August 6, 2010

Florida Oil Spill | How Much is Left in the Gulf?

Florida Oil Spill Lawyer
Oil Disappears?

Florida Oil Spill .com notes strange reports that most of the the oil, about seventy-four percent of the oil blasting into the Gulf for around three months, has disappeared. Standby for the truth. NBC reports healthy skepticism of claims of the disappearance of the oil.

We remain vigilant and hope that oil disappeared. These reports are a curious departure from the early estimates of thousands, if not millions of gallons of crude oil have been shot into the Gulf of Mexico in the weeks and months since the Deep Water Horizon blow out.

Please let us know if you find any "missing" oil.

Florida Oil Spill Cleanup

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Oil Spill Tipline | One Caller's Solution

Florida Oil Spill .com has been flooded with callers who have solutions. Here is the latest oil spill disaster solution from a caller in Texas. Thanks for the call and the concern. Click below to hear his solution:

Click the Call Me link to let the world know your solution.

Florida Oil Spill .com

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Video | Tampa Bay Florida Oil Spill | Flashback 1993

Tampa, Florida had an oil spill in 1993
Tampa, Florida had an oil spill in 1993. A tanker barge collided with a ship, there was a huge fire, and oil went all over the Bay and Gulf beaches. The difference: the oil was only 300,000 gallons of refined oil. The black tide  headed our way is crude oil. According to Channel 13 in Tampa, "In 1993, a barge carrying oil and fuel collided with two other ships in Tampa Bay. It set off an inferno of fire and black smoke, and spilled more than 300,000 gallons of oil and fuel into the Bay. Here is a look at how that spill happened, and what the beaches looked like afterward."

Tar balls hit the beaches, mineral spirits, and rags became standard equipment to clean tar off of feet and shoes that had the misfortune of stepping on them during a sunset stroll on the beach. The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary was a busy place. Do you remember that? If not, here is a video reminder.

Fast Forward to the 2010 Gulf oil disaster and realize that communities that may be impacted are: Tierra Verde, North Redington Beach, Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore, Redington Beach, Clearwater, Redington Shores, Dunedin, Safety Harbor, Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, St. Petersburg, Indian Shores,  Tarpon Springs, Madeira Beach, and Treasure Island.

Friday, June 4, 2010

How To Kill a Barrier Island | Video

Reporters have now ventured onto islands in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, affected by the oil spill. Measures to protect the island from landfall of the oil have been in large measure ineffective. This video shows what happens when oil bypasses the measures in place to stop the pollution from reaching the shore.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Florida Oil Spill Attorney - Lawyer on Cleanup Efforts

Florida Oil Spill Attorney - Lawyer notes a Non Profit organization will be devoting signifcant resources to clean up and protect wildlife habitat from the big Gulf Oil Spill. "Founded in 2007, Bayou Rebirth is a 501(c)3 non-profit that preserves and restores communities in South Louisiana through hands-on wetlands restoration and stewardship projects."

Florida Oil Spill Lawyer

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Oil Spill Disaster - Deepwater Horizon Incident, Gulf of Mexico

NOAA Emergency Response Deepwater Horizon Incident, Gulf of Mexico
Coastal Clean Up, Deep Horizon, Florida Oil Spill, Gulf Coast Oil Spill, Oil Spill Cleanup
For information directly from the Oil Spill Damage Assessment Scientists at NOAA get info directly from them at the Office of Response & Restoration here's the link
National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Emergency Response Team  Deepwater Horizon Incident, Gulf of Mexico

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Oil Spill Disaster - How You Can Help!

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Oil Spill Disaster - How You Can Help!
Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary 18328 Gulf Blvd., Indian Shores, Florida is asking for donations to prepare for injured birds and coastal cleanup from the Gulf Oil Spill.  They are asking for: linens, kennels, towels, sheets, dawn detergent, pepto-bismol and toothbrushes.  Call 727-391-6211 for more information.  Source: