Feds Say Oil Spill Sheen Dissipating In Ohio River
Federal officials say most of a reddish-brown sheen from thousands of gallons of fuel oil spilled into the Ohio River from a power plant has dissipated as cleanup estimated at hundreds of thousands of dollars a day continues. Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday about 1,000 gallons of oil and contaminated water from the Duke Energy plant spill near Cincinnati has been recovered. The EPA says it expects cleanup to cost about $250,000 a day based on Duke’s estimates.
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