MIT Develops a Way to Magnetically Separate Oil From Water

September 12, 2012 by  
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In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill we explored several innovative methods to separate oil from water . Now a team from MIT has developed a new technique for magnetically separating oil and water that could be used to clean up oil spills in the future. The method is said to be so efficient that the recovered oil can even be reused to offset the cost of the clean-up. Read the rest of MIT Develops a Way to Magnetically Separate Oil From Water Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alang , deep horizon oil spill , exxon valdez , exxon valdez oil spill , gulf of mexico oil spill , Indian ship-breaking yard , metal recycling , MIT , oil spill , oil spill clean up , ship breaking , toxic spill

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Exxon Valdez Tanker To Be Broken Up And Recycled As Scrap in India

August 2, 2012 by  
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Oil Tanker Photo from Shutterstock The Exxon Valdez , the tanker that was responsible for the world’s worst oil spill (until the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010), is to be broken up in an Indian ship-breaking yard and sold for scrap. The decision was made by India’s Supreme Court and will spell the end for the infamous tanker after a notorious career. Read the rest of Exxon Valdez Tanker To Be Broken Up And Recycled As Scrap in India Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alang , deep horizon oil spill , exxon valdez , exxon valdez oil spill , gulf of mexico oil spill , Indian ship-breaking yard , metal recycling , oil spill , ship breaking , toxic spill

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