The disposal of spilled oils and sorbent materials
Jones, Michael T.
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This report is intended to provide guidance and methods for the proper disposal of spilled used oils, crude oils, their associated sorbant materials and oil soaked debris. The impact of an oil spill on the environment has far reaching consequences. The management of oil should be given the highest priority. Many steps have been taken in the development of oil management and disposal regulations and contingency planning, each of which greatly aides in the proper handling and disposal of oil.
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