A job for Mother Nature

September 1990
Time;9/24/1990, Vol. 136 Issue 13, p57
Reports that Exxon has ended its second summer of mopping up crude oil in Alaska's Prince William Sound and declared the cleanup over unless its survey next spring proves a need for more. Cost so far, $2 billion plus; State's opinion.


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