Responders Clean Up Diesel Spill at Richardson Highway Tanker Rollover

Responders Clean Up Diesel Spill at Richardson Highway Tanker Rollover

[cycloneslider id=”fuel-cleanup”] (Hover over image to pause slideshow) Although the secondary tank carrying #11 Ultra-Low Sulfer diesel that rolled over in a ditch at mile 306 of the Richardson Highway on Labor Day has been pumped out and the tanker pulled out and removed from the scene, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation did not […]

NOAA gives $128,510 Grant to Alaska’s Island Trails Network

NOAA gives $128,510 Grant to Alaska’s Island Trails Network

It was announced on Thursday of last week by NOAA, that they had funded the Alaska’s Island Trails Network as one of the recipients of the Marine Debris Program’s community-based marine debris removal grants. The program funded the Island Trails Network $128,510 to ” remove and analyze the composition of nearly 60,000 pounds of debris […]

Cleanup Continues on California’s Refugio State Beach

Cleanup Continues on California’s Refugio State Beach

Hazmat-suited workers continue to clean up the oil-laden beaches at Santa Barbara’s Refugio State Beach on Friday and have been working around the clock after Tuesday’s rupture of an oil pipeline, owned by Plains All American Pipeline, sent thousands of gallons of crude flowing into the ocean and leaving an unsightly layer of black tarry […]