Watchdog wants to zap tanker stowaways
Prince William Sound group suggests treatment plant at Valdez to rid ballast water of potentially harmful nonindigenous organisms
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An oil industry watchdog group is pushing for construction of a special treatment plant to kill invasive species in ballast water carried aboard oil tankers calling on Valdez to load Alaska North Slope crude.
The Prince William Sound Regional Citizensí Advisory Council believes the ships could bring....
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