In the oil field, an effluent pit is a manmade collection pit/hole in the earth/ground. It is designed to collect all oil contaminated discharges from a designated facility. This effluent pit can vary in size, shape and depth depending on the amount of effluent discharges generated by a company/facility. The effluent pit is fitted with […]
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DE-OIL-IT is featured in an unsolicited write up in HomeFixated.com. I know that a biodegradable degreaser, even one with as neat of a name as De-Oil-It, might not sound all that exciting to you but to me it’s as cool as Miles Davis. You see, my alter ego is an environmental scientist. For the past five […]
By Essiba Small Essiba.firstname.lastname@example.org Edited for DEOILIT.com by Naomi Lee When you live in an oil-producing country, with over four million barrels traversing the waters on a daily basis, oil spillage seems par for the course. Brothers John and Andrew Collier have seen first-hand the damage caused by oil spills locally and they are concerned about […]
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Paul Stephens saw our post and shared images of when he used DE-OIL-IT to clean his oven. Works like a charm! The question is: How many smoke alarms did you set off before breaking down and cleaning your oven? We want to see photos of you using DE-OIL-IT! Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported […]
In album DE-OIL-IT cleans the oven (6 photos) Spray DE-OIL-IT on the oven racks Google+: View post on Google+ So, last night I broke a record in our house. I set off not 1, but 2 smoke detectors while making dinner in the oven! Turns out the olive oil from our pizza crust last weekend […]
Originally published on Triple Pundit. By Carol Pierson Holding BP is putting a lot of money behind a TV commercial that opens with “This was the Gulf’s best tourism season in years.” In the sixty-second spot, businesses in Gulf cities like New Orleans and Panama City Florida invite tourists to come back. The ad is gorgeously filmed. Sparkling […]
Originally published on PNJ.com Volunteers are being sought to participate in a long-term study on the impact of the BP oil spill on cleanup workers and anglers. Gloria Horning, a spokeswoman for the Be Ready Alliance Coordinating for Emergencies, or BRACE, is recruiting the volunteers.
Originally published on AdvisorOne. BY MARLENE Y. SATTER, ADVISORONE Nigeria was hit with a double whammy over the past few days: first an oil spill that could develop into its worst since January of 1998, and then a series of Christmas Day bombings that escalated the strife in the oil-rich country. Production on the deepwater oil […]