USCG Assist with N.C. Marina Fire

Monday, January 10, 2011

Coast Guard crews are overseeing the containment of product and pollution to minimize environmental impact from the fire at McCotters Marina in Washington, Jan. 7. Two thousand feet of boom was deployed to encircle the marina, and absorbent pads were placed within the boom where sheen was apparent.

Eastern Environmental Management, a contracted cleanup company based from Rocky Mountain, N.C., is working to collect the absorbent pads and tighten up the boom.

"We are focusing on mitigating the impact to the environment," said Lt. Shannon Scaff, incident management division chief of Coast Guard Sector North Carolina. "We are able to focus on this because of the cooperation between the Coast Guard, state and local agencies."

Mariners must exercise caution while transiting around the boom positioned throughout Broad Creek.

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