EXXON OUTLINES MORE VALDEZ CLEANUP WORK

Exxon Corp. has submitted its 1990 work program for cleaning up remnants of the Exxon Valdez oil spill to Coast Guard Rear Adm. David E. Ciancaglini, the federal on-scene coordinator of the spill site. The company said in its Apr. 27 submittal it plans to employ small mobile squads of workers using techniques that are least intrusive on the environment, said Otto Harrison, general manager of Exxon's Alaska operations. The Coast Guard in late March approved Exxon's preliminary cleanup

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