Oil Spill Polymer


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  1. You would have to isolate the localized area by using flotation devices with weights in the bottom to keep the buoyancy and keep them stable all while filling the area with the localized substance once set the whole thing can be either picked up removed

  2. I think you need to make a bigger version of a leaf blower, improvise it & put an attachment for a suction hose for the polymer & mount it on a cargo boat to distribute it better & you might be able to cover a larger area in the sea or lake.

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