BP Oil Spill Solutions - Mr. Paul Chehade Propose To US President Mr. Barack Obama How To Clean The Coast Gulf Of Mexico, from May 3rd, 2010. Why is the U.S. Government Protecting BP.
We have the solution to the BP oil spillage problem in the Gulf of Mexico or in any other place.
(1888PressRelease) August 26, 2010 - Mr. Paul Chehade has made the decision with American and European entrepreneurs to make a FREE TEST with their products and technologies that will clean the contaminated areas in the states involved with the BP oil spill disaster.
Mr. Paul Chehade, from May 3rd, 2010, has been working on the serious problem to do with the pollution in our coasts due to the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico this year. Since May, Mr. Chehade has been sending letters to Mr. Barack Obama, President of the United States and to all the Governors, District Attorneys and EPA Directors in the states involved.
Mr. Chehade believes that we cannot continue waiting for the bureaucratic process as our habitat and economy are destroyed. Consequently, together with a group of American and European entrepreneurs, Mr. Chehade has decided to accelerate this process and make a FREE TEST with their products and technologies that will clean the contaminated areas in the states involved. The same group made with similar technologies and products a FREE TEST in 2005 in Everglades, Florida with excellent results. This process must be made as soon as possible on behalf of our nation, for the protection and care it deserves. The American and European entrepreneurs group presented a solution to this tragedy by making available new technologically-advanced equipment from Italy that will effectively clean the sand and sea of the Gulf of Mexico.
No entity in charge or the media has mentioned the truly profound consequences of the tragic BP oil spill event. The oil spill contamination is not only destroying the Gulf of Mexico's marine life for many decades, but it will increase the risk of cancer and other serious diseases that could be fatal to the population of the affected four states of the union due to toxic acid rain. Acid rain will be one of the direct consequences of this devastating accident due to the evaporation of the polluted waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
The government knows that a BP bankruptcy would cause a giant financial meltdown that would probably make what happened in 2008 look tame. That is the reason I think the government is working so hard to protect BP. In June, the President said, "Untold damage is being done to the environment - damage that could last for decades." I think the President got it right.
Effects of Acid Rain in Humans:
Mr. Chehade explains that Acid Rain looks, feels, and tastes just like clean rain. The harm to people from acid rain is not direct. However, the pollutants that cause acid rain, sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) do damage human health. These gases interact in the atmosphere to form fine sulfate and nitrate particles that can be transported by the wind, sometimes traveling hundreds of miles and are inhaled deep into people's lungs. Fine particles can also penetrate indoors. The result is a drying of the skin and bacterial infection. This can be unsightly and deadly.
How does Acid Rain affect humans? Many scientific studies have identified a relationship between elevated levels of fine particles and increased illness and premature death from heart and lung disorders, respiratory problems such as asthma and bronchitis, dry coughs, headaches, eye, nose, throat irritations and damage or lungs.
It can cause liver problems and can give you diarrhea. High mercury content can be deadly. The mercury is held in certain organs and tissues of fish and does not directly affect them, but the mercury can be linked to cause brain damage in children along with nerve disorders. Aluminum, which can also be present, leads to kidney problems and to be related to Alzheimer's disease.
The final effect on humans is to our drinking water. As the content of our water becomes more acidic, it can react with lead and copper water pipes, which eventually contaminate our water. Too much copper in drinking water also causes kidney damage as well as liver damage. What are some of the indirect effects of acid rain? Acid rain adversely affects lakes and streams, forests and other vegetation, When the soil becomes toxic it is nearly impossible for us to plant our crops. Crops will either die or become toxic. If we consume these unhealthy crops, we will most likely get sick or even die.
Mechanism of the product's action in the presence of hydrocarbons and the heavy machineries work:
We propose to clean the areas, the sand and the vegetation "In Site" with biodegradable chemicals MPCD and biologically acceptable products BIOSINFO that are environmentally friendly to accelerate the process of biodegradation. To do that we need heavy machinery to mix the products with the soil and sand, Oilsep Ecology to recovery and separate hydrocarbons spilled into water, Thermo Desorption Process to treat the contaminated residual to leave the place clean and in its original condition and a lot of hand labor "In Site", this way we solve two problems: - the contamination and the unemployment in the area. The most important is to avoid the necessity to transfer the contaminated material to the chemical landfill.