The Oil Spills and its Disposal


Ahmed Abbas*

Despite the technological control and the persistently improved preventive measures, oil spills that contaminate numerous elements of the environment are still occurring today. Almost 14,000 oil spills are accounted for every year in the U.S. alone. Oil spill control measures plan to diminish and restrict oil spill, as well as limit their spreading in the environment. This could be possible in several ways, including the controlled burning of spilled oil, which is like controlled forest burning to dispose of dry wood that might represent a hazard whenever if left in place.

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