Clean-up of tarballs, oily debris from beaches nears competition – Delaware Business Now

By | November 11, 2020

Cleanup crews have cleared all Delaware Bay beaches and another stretch of Atlantic Ocean coastline of oily debris and tarballs.

After the latest shoreline assessment late Tuesday, only Gordon’s Pond at Cape Henlopen State Park, North Shores Beach, Rehoboth Beach, and Dewey Beach required a final sign off.

The unified command under the U.S. Coast Guard and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will continue to survey beaches and dispatch cleanup crews as necessary.

As crews conduct final assessments, beachgoers should avoid any remaining oily debris.

The public is asked to continue reporting sizeable sightings of oiled debris, tarballs, or oiled wildlife.

For reports concerning the Delaware coastline, call DNREC’s toll-free environmental hotline at 800-662-8802. For reports concerning the Maryland coastline, call the Maryland Department of the Environment at 866-633-4686.

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