Friday, June 18, 2010
Businesses Profit from the BP Cleanup
While much of the Gulf economy is battered, cleanup specialists from tiny Prestige Products to giant Fluor are reaping a huge bounty
By Mark Drajem and Katarzyna Klimasinska
"Plenty of other businesses aren't waiting for business to come to them. Shortly after the spill began, MOP Environmental Solutions, a Bath (N.H)-based maker of a substance it claims absorbs up to 30 times its weight in oil, sent four employees to the Gulf to conduct demonstrations for cleanup officials."
Posted by Moosewood Communications at 5:51 PM
Labels: Business week, CBS MOP Maximum Oil Pickup Oil Absorbent Gulf Spill Deepwater Horizon BP, Mark Drajem