Showing posts with label Florida Oil Spill Cleanup. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Florida Oil Spill Cleanup. Show all posts

Friday, August 6, 2010

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

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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.

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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Florida Oil Spill Jobs Resource

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Florida Oil Spill Jobs are coordinated by the Official Florida Oil Jobs website.  Florida Oil Spill .com has received several phone calls from people reaching out to help in the Gulf Cleanup. We hope this resource will help those who wish to help with the Gulf tragedy.

The Tampa Bay, Florida Gulf Oil Spill Jobs contact number is 1-877-362-5034 . Thanks to all who have called us. It is great to see such a motivated workforce, ready to step up and help. The website allows you to enter your zip code and be provided with Oil Cleanup jobs information. The complete address for the official Florida Oil Jobs website is: 

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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Oil Spill From Space | Florida in the Picture

Florida is clearly visible in the latest oil spill pictures taken from space. While most of our earlier stories did not show satellite images showing the coast of Florida, the new images now clearly show the black tide is hitting the coastline in the panhandle. 

No oil has been found on Florida West coast including Sarasota, Hillsborough, Pinellas, or Manatee Counties (as of June 27, 2010). It has been a few days since we last posted the latest image from the NASA Earth Observatory. Previous posts are here or you can use our search Florida Oil Spill Tipline using search term "space" located on the right.

Image from June 25, 2010

Coastal cities in Manatee County, Florida are: Anna Maria, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Holmes Beach, Longboat Key.

Coastal cities in Sarasota County are: North Port, Sarasota, Venice, Longboat Key

Beaches in Sarasota County are: Blind Pass Beach, Brohard Beach, Caspersen Beach, Lido Beach, Manasota Beach, Nokomis Beach, North Jetty Park, North Lido Beach, Palmer Point Beach Service Club Park, Siesta Beach, South Lido Beach
Turtle Beach, Venice Beach

Friday, June 4, 2010

Homeowners Insurance Coverage For Oil Damage

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Some have claimed that the next challenge for homeowners who suffer from the Gulf Oil Spill in Florida may be a fight over whether the large insurance corporations will pay claims based on oil spill damage. Oddly, this may come down to whether crude oil damage is a product even covered under policies. Crude oil may not be a "pollutant" under coverage definitions. The distinction between refined petroleum products and crude oil blasting from a well may be the next dispute.

Is the Deepwater Horizon disaster an "explosion" as defined in policies? Yet another trap for beleaguered victims of the Florida Oil Spill. If the only damage is to the land or beach, some argue that the land or beach is not "property" covered under policies. Expect a tough fight from all corporate entities involved.


Thursday, June 3, 2010

Florida Oil Spill Biodegradable Cleanup with Peat Moss

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Florida Oil Spill attorney has interviewed an individual that claims that a material found in abundance can be used to naturally treat oil affected areas. One manufacturer has suggested that peat moss can be used to clean up the Gulf oil disaster.

According to the manufacturer, peat moss is "a non-toxic, all natural, 100% organic, lab-tested, field proven, industrial absorbent that is economical, efficient, non-abrasive, non-toxic, non-leaching and in its natural state is already biodegraded. The inherent capillary action of the activated peat provides a powerful wicking action and encapsulates oils."

What do you think?

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Florida Oil Spill Live | Video From 5,000 Feet

Now that the Gulf Oil Disaster may have killed the Gulf of Mexico, the polluters are trying to kill the oil well that has been gushing for more that a month. The ROV Remotely Operated Vehicle Feed has been intermittent for reasons unknown to a Florida Oil Spill web technologist. Our feed keeps going away, so you can try here.

Disclaimer Just Posted by BP:

"Please be aware, this is a live stream and may freeze or be unavailable from time to time.

Throughout the extended top kill procedure – which may take up to two days to complete - very significant changes in the appearance of the flows at the seabed may be expected. These will not provide a reliable indicator of the overall progress, or success or failure, of the top kill operation as a whole. BP will report on the progress of the operation as appropriate and on its outcome when complete." May 29, 2010

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Florida Oil Spill Coastline Map

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Florida has miles of coastline on both the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. The coast is at risk from the Gulf Oil Spill from the Deep Horizon disaster. Our main office is located in the Port of Tampa, Florida 33601. Use Google Earth to view the coastline.