Clearwater Marine Aquarium Agrees to Help in Clean up of BP Oil Spill 2010


UK Today News: Clearwater Marine Aquarium Agrees to Help in Clean up of BP Oil Spill 2010

BP Oil Spill 2010: The head of Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida, US told the press that they are sending hundreds of people from their organization to help the officials to clean up the oil spill mess in the Gulf.


They have promised not to stop their help and process of cleaning until the government tell them so. The spill is now threatening the marine wild life and the biology in newer areas of the gulf.

The government is now asking private and public organizations like CMA to come up and give a helping hand. In response to this, any organization coming up would be given first hand help and taught about techniques latest to clean up the spill, by the government.

On the other hand, the Govt. has told other organizations to raise money for the clean up and to come forward and participate with the nation to fight against this catastrophe. As the government realizes that the size of the disaster, it has taken an initiative to protect every animal in the gulf and would require other organizations to come up. The government has specifically called up the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to come forward.

Different oil spills and chemicals used in breaking them up cause the situation to get worse from one stage to the other.

Clearwater basically rescues sea turtles and other wildlife marine and has the capability of handling the whole process themselves.