DECLINE LISTED FOR SPILLS OFF THE U.S.

Oil spills from tankers operating off the U.S. are becoming significantly smaller and less frequent. There was less oil spilled from tankers in U.S. waters in 1991 than in any year since 1978. In addition, the first 6 months of this year were free of major tanker oil spills off the U.S. Those are the key findings of a new report by Golob's Oil Pollution Bulletin, a newsletter published by environmental consulting firm World Information Systems (WIS), Cambridge, Mass. The findings suggest

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