After EPA Order, BP Only Slightly Decreases Use of Dispersants

by Marian Wang, ProPublica – June 23, 2010 2:25 pm EDT

In response to the EPA’s call for BP to “significantly scale back” its use of dispersants in the Gulf disaster, BP’s average daily use of dispersant has decreased only 9 percent [1].

That’s according to a calculation done by Richard Denison, a senior scientist at the Environmental Defense Fund, using the dispersant statistics provided daily by Deepwater Horizon Unified Command [2], the working group of federal agencies and companies involved in the spill, including BP.

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