Florida could use tainted water to wash away oil

06/2/2010 | Palm Beach Post (Fla.), The

Water managers in South Florida are considering a plan that would use water released from the region's 3,000 miles of canals in a bid to wash away oil from the Deepwater Horizons spill. The move is potentially risky, since the water is tainted with agricultural chemicals and could affect vulnerable wildlife already struggling in the face of the spreading oil slick.

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