Marine Pollution Control (MPC), an oil spill removal organization based in Detroit, recently held a simulated oil spill exercise at a Lake Huron harbor in Rogers City, Michigan. MPC’s training exercises aim to use tactics in a manner that addresses the trajectory and fate of any oil release in the Great Lakes. Read the full story by WKAR – East Lansing, MI.
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