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OMI In The News – 2,500 gallons of fuel oil spilled in Mississippi River near Gramercy

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Three environmental contractors responded to a spill of an estimated 2,500 gallons of fuel oil into the Mississippi River near Gramercy, the Coast Guard reported late Thursday (Jan. 4). The spill occurred during a transfer of fuel oil from the Petroleum Fuel and Terminal Mt. Airy on the river’s east bank to a barge tethered at mile marker 144.6. The incident was reported to the Coast Guard’s Incident Management Division in New Orleans at 8:24 a.m. Thursday by the agency’s

OMIES Cleans up at the New Orleans Sewage and Water Board

OMI Cleans Up at S&WB

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OMI ON THE JOB AND IN THE NEWS http://www.wwltv.com/news/local/orleans/hazardous-waste-trucks-seen-cleaning-liquid-at-swb-main-power-plant/464841712 WWLTV.com , WWLTV 1:54 PM. CDT August 16, 2017 “NEW ORLEANS – A backup storage tank at the Sewerage and Water Board’s Claiborne facility is leaking diesel fuel into the 17th Street Canal, Mayor Mitch Landrieu said Wednesday afternoon. The fuel was first spotted in the canal, near Pump Station 6 late Tuesday night. Three hazardous waste trucks were seen sucking up some type of liquid from the Sewerage and Water

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