Fish Oil Spill Husøy, Norway

Several hundred liters of fish oil ran into a marshy inlet to the North Sea Thursday afternoon in accidental release by a local manufacturer.  The spill covered in excess of 10 meters as reported by police and fire brigade.  Barriers were laid out to prevent the oil from drifting offshore. The area was cleaned by use of Pureclean Power (Nature Edge). Nice weather and good temperature  [around 15 decrease Celsius].


The crew that did the cleaning job reports that PureClean (Nature’s Edge) produced very good characteristics, transforming the oil spill into milky water like consistency.  Oils flushed away easily during clean-up and the water began to clear.  Two days later, the water and surrounding foliage had returned to normal, leaving no sign that a spill had occurred.


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