February 19, 2007

Mr White,
       My name is Captain Richard Nagel and I was in the RCAC in 1989, 1990, and 1991 before the chemicals " Inipol " and the rest were outlawed, so to speak.  My feelings run deep on the subject of the Chemicals used.  The reason is because I supplied all the Inipol in Prince William Sound and the Kenai Peninsula for Exxon.  In 1993 I was fired because I spoke up about the hazard's of the chemical Inipol.  This was after I got the MSDS report from the French Corporation that Exxon bought the rights to for Inipol.  I will have you know their MSDS report is totally different from the one Exxon published.  Make's one wonder why ?
 
If you have the time go to    http://exxontellslies.blogstream.com/    This is my story and believe me I am not proud of it.   I have hurt a lot of people by not speaking up before they were exposed.   I resigned from the RCAC because they're full of shit.  If you would like to contact me feel free to do so,   I also was exposed.  I had half my stomach removed in 1994 because of cancer and now I have severe blood disorders and that's not even half of it .
                                                         Signed,
                                               Captain Richard D. Nagel

A quick summary here  *

"Canadian researcher Peter Wells in 1984 concluded that part of the problem with oil dispersants is that their toxicity appears to be linked to their effectiveness: Effective dispersants are too toxic, and nontoxic dispersants are ineffective" quoted by ADN 8-15-89

http://www.adn.com/evos/stories/EV147.html

 

Coast Guard Vice Adm. Clyde Robbins, the on-scene coordinator for the spill cleanup

"What in the world are we doing testing this stuff now?" Robbins asks.

 

 http://www.adn.com/evos/stories/EV147.html Anchorage Daily News, 8-15-89

 

Peter Moutasano, a Department of Environmental Conservation member of the Resource Assessment Team in the area warned a reporter not to touch the rocks with bare hands because the fertilizer attacks red blood cells and can cause liver and kidney damage.  ADN, 9-16-89 http://www.adn.com/evos/stories/EV123.html 

 
 

March, 2003 overview

11-29-03 conclusion

Workers Need to Know

ABC Project

EVOS Chemicals?

US Backward?

US Congress

Workers' Summary

Where Did You Work?

Crude Oil MSDS

Anemia

Helping Ideas

To the Doctor

Consultants

 

 

Inipol EAP 22

 

...and

Inipol use on Humans 8-89

Normal Blood Ranges?

Criminal?

Sharing

Gear

No Job?

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