PASCAGOULA, Mississippi—As the tides change and sands shift along Mississippi’s barrier islands, more oil, tar, and debris from BP’s 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico resurfaces. Now the company BP hired to lead oil spill cleanup efforts in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama has dispatched about 200 workers to the barrier islands in an effort to ramp up environmental cleanup operations. A BP spokesman told the Mississippi Press that most cleanup work on the islands was suspended in March during bird nesting season, although small crews of five to six workers continued to remove tar and oil-covered debris ... Read More
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