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South Maury Island Environmental Issues - Oil Spills
... but tests carried out by the Coast Guard and Washington Department of Ecology determined that the source was the Polar Texas oil tanker owned by ConocoPhillips ... Washington State Department of Ecology Web Page Dalco Passage Spill) Though recent spills have been minor, there is concern that Washington does not have the capacity to respond to a ... Efforts are being made to strengthen the community, State, and Coast Guard partnership in preventing and responding to oil spills effectively ...

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