Hay! A Simple Solution For Oil Spills
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Inexpensive and environmentally friendly way to grab oil off the surface of the water. Used successfully in the 1969 Santa Barbara spill.

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Some quick math: The guys used about a litre of oil and a pound of hay. A barrel is roughly 200 litres. So 200 pounds of hay, or roughly four to five bales, could absorb a barrel o oil. That would take 25,000 bales per day to soak up the spill. Why not give it a try?
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