4 years ago1,000+ Views
Industry crews have placed absorbent booms in the South Platte River south of Milliken where at least 5,250 gallons of crude oil has spilled from two tank batteries into the flood-swollen river. The spill from a damaged tank was reported to the Colorado Department of Natural Resources Wednesday afternoon by Anadarko Petroleum, as is required by state law. State officials have responded to the spill site, which is south of Milliken near where the St. Vrain River flows into the South Platte.
How fast can the river be free from the spill?
4 years ago·Reply
probably around a year
4 years ago·Reply
Now that the authority know, make haste before more to suffer and a cost to both the people, animals and nature
4 years ago·Reply
what can they do?
4 years ago·Reply