Oil Spill Clean-Up Continues In The Kalamazoo River
KALAMAZOO (WWJ) Cleanup efforts continue more than six months after oil spilled into a southern Michigan river.
Last July’s spill dumped more than 800,000 gallons from an Enbridge oil pipeline into the Kalamazoo River near Marshall.
The pipeline runs from Griffith, Indiana, to Sarnia, Ontario.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in November that much of the cleanup has been finished but some operation and maintenance will continue for the foreseeable future.