What Do They Do With
all the oil that they are cleaning up from oil spills?
I have not the slightest clue, but have wondered that as well. Do they recycle it put it back into the oil line it came from. Or store it in barrel drums and dump it somewhere. I do apologize, I know its impolite to answer a question with the same. But, this does bring up some very interesting questions of thought on the topic.
I aksed this on my FB timeline too and everyone is just guessing. They seem to have downplayed that part of the problem.
do you mind if I share it on my FB, please? I want to see how many pay attention to this.
Go right ahead. I did get one answer, but it was just a good guess too. They said they incinerate it and also clean it and send it to factories that can use it.
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