Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Despite Toxic Water Samples And Confirmation Of Dead Zone Mobile Bay Alabama Reopened For Shrimping

I recently wrote about a series of water samples taken by WKRG in the Dauphin Island area of Mobile Bay AL that were found to be highly toxic.

The latest round of independent testing of Gulf Coast waters comes from a local Alabama news station WKRG 5.

Just like before the independent water samples once again contradicts the information that the EPA is giving to the public.

The tests found astoundingly high levels of oil in both the sand and water where kids were playing along the Alabama coast even though the water appeared to be clear to the naked eye.

One of the water samples actually exploded when the chemist tested for oil. The chemists said the explosion was most likely due to methane or Corexit.

Please see more at the link below:

Despite Toxic Water Samples And Confirmation Of Dead Zone Mobile Bay Alabama Reopened For Shrimping

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