Tag: EPA

Corexit Levels in Sea Water near Oil Spill Testing at 100 times toxic level for fish.

by on Jul.06, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

I have been around chemicals and am pretty well versed in EPA laws and regulations. I had to be because I was responsible for decent quantities of agricultural chemicals that I kept on the job sites I managed.

According to the EPA and OSHA, the Material Data Safety Sheet and the Label for the chemical are the Law. No ifs ands or buts about it. Strait up, they are the law. So if I was to ignore the instructions on a Material Data Safety Sheet or on a Product Label and misapply a chemical, I could be fined and sent to jail.

That is on a small scale, like if I put insecticide to close to a lake or something. Which I have never done by the way. Even if they had only filled up a 2 gallon pump sprayer with the stuff and sprayed the ocean with it, and that was all they had done. They would still be breaking the law and be subject to fines and jail time.

So then you have to ask yourself. Who is so above the laws of the EPA and the Federal Government that they are allowed to misapply chemicals where the Label and MSDS clearly say not to? The answer is that no one is above these laws. Even if they think they are, they are not.

I think that it is time for a class action law suit against what ever company was applying / is applying the Corexit. The people that have been effected have a legal right to do this. We also have the right to demand that the EPA actually enforces these laws when ever they are supposed to. The EPA is an agency that was created to protect us from things like this. That is what is supposed to separate the United States of America from countries that have no agency to enforce such things.

I would be willing to make a bet that exactly what I have outlined here is on the horizon. I am not the only one that knows these strait forward simple laws about chemical usage. There are plenty of legal experts around that specialize in environmental law. This is going to happen. It will be interesting to see who is set out to pasture when it does.

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James Fox Reports on BP Spraying Toxic Dispersants Over Populated Areas, WTF?

by on Jun.14, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

All right, this is starting to go from ludicrous to strait up criminal.  Why do you ask?  Here is some information that I came across on one of my favorite internet forums called The Manticore.  This is information about the oil dispersant that BP is spraying to try to cover up the full extent of the oil.  Sending the oil to the bottom of the ocean only causes more problems and the only benefit is to those who want to try to make the issue look less significant than it is.

The name of the chemical that they are spraying is Corexit.  Here is an out take from that forum that I was talking about.

Corexit 9500 with ethylene oxide? * “As stated in MSDS, once it had
one, Corexit 9500 can cause central nervous system depression, nausea,
and unconsciousness … liver, kidney damage, and red blood cell
hemolysis with repeated or prolonged exposure through inhalation or
ingestion according to the MSDS. The threat to human health via
exposure is characterized as ‘MODERATE’.” uspoly.com/dispersit
Corexit tested by VECO’s NORCON union workers – volunteers.. .
even women (reproductive damage possible – men & women) *
“The Corexit 9500 *

As James Fox reports in this latests update to the Veritas Show, even though the EPA has asked BP to stop spraying this toxic chemical, they are still doing it anyway.


Spread this information as far and wide as you can.  We the people are going to have to pick up the reporting ball that the mainstream media is dropping big time here.  It is up to us to pressure the powers that be to put an end to this.

If we don’t, we could be looking at some serious long term health damage to the people that live along the gulf coast.  Not from the oil alone, but from these chemicals that this unethical company is recklessly spraying close enough to populated areas for the population to breath it.

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