Study analyzes pollution from Gulf oil spill

Posted on December 21st, 2011 No Comments

A study was conducted to determine the amount of air pollution that was produced from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

The study determined that the levels of ozone emitted from the spill were equivalent to that of a large U.S. city. The research was obtained in June 2010 when an aircraft flew over the spill and collected samples of the air pollution.

Eight percent of the oil that spilled broke down into particles and became airborne. These particles can easily be trapped inside human lungs through inhalation.

The Gulf of Mexico oil spill affected numerous lives. If you or a loved one filed a claim pertaining to the oil spill and it was denied, you need experienced representation on your side. Please contact the Gulf of Mexico denied claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 today.

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