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Enbridge: Michigan River Oil Spill Cleanup Ongoing

by Kenneth E. DuBose on August 3, 2010

Enbridge continues clean-up of its Lakehead pipeline oil spill:

According to a report from Enbridge Energy Partners, there is no more sheen on the Kalamazoo River, due to extensive clean-up efforts following the Line 6B pipeline oil leak, which is part of the Lakehead Pipeline system in Michigan. Approximately 730 Enbridge employees and contractors have been working to clean-up the site, removing about 10,000 barrels of oil from the waterways. Oil sheen remains upstream of Battle Creek, but the Kalamazoo River is clean. The increase in the number of barrels recovered is due largely to the amount being recovered at the spill site.

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