The cleanup effort from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill has left behind more than 45,000 tons of garbage. That includes used boom, stained clothing from cleanup workers, tar balls and other trash. And now come questions of where to put that trash. Is it safe for the local landfill? Melissa Block talks to Darryl Malek-Wiley of the Sierra Club in New Orleans about taking out the trash from the Gulf.
What To Do With Trash Left Behind In Gulf Cleanup?
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