Corexit per EPA today
It originated 8-1-89 *
with ethylene oxide (a carcinogen) as the only identified ingredient.
6-14-92 it only identified 2-butoxyethanol
And now we have no idea?
Sounds very similar to Inipol EAP 22 which was 10-12% by weight
It is clear that this had so little nitrogen and
phosphorus in it as to only be a 'fertilizer' technically. IT was a
surfactant much like 'Spray 'n Wash' (But Corexit consists of 38%
It harmed hundreds of men during Exxon Valdez Oil
Spill cleanup... but no one wants to know; they are blood damaged
with hemolytic anemia. Right away they show the low red blood cell
anemia, skin damage and central nervous system damage.... then many seem to
get kidney damage leading to kidney failure.... & dying off
Cancers from overexposure to
2-butoxyethanol? No one wants to know, or they could follow these
hundreds of men & KNOW what cancer effects they have more than the general
What a loss to science!
Dumping Corexit in the ocean now as an experiment...serves
In cold water
experts will tell you that it hangs around ... without even biodegrading.
& we won't even know what
people are exposed to, either?
How does 409
Compare to Exxon's Corexit? *