OTA: NO IMPROVEMENT IN U.S. SPILL CLEANUP RESPONSE

The congressional Office of Technology Assessment reports that U.S. capability to effectively respond to marine oil spills has not improved in the year since the Exxon Valdez accident off Alaska. OTA reported that improvements in cleanup technology although they are not likely to be dramatic-and better organization of response efforts could reduce the risk of significant damage from a major oil spill.

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