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 Extracts from the Past, Present, and Future of Chemistry
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After the recent oil spills in the San Francisco Bay and the Kerch Strait, Distillations delves into the reality of cleaning up human-made messes. In this episode, Jody Roberts, the program manager for environmental history and policy at CHF’s Center for Contemporary History and Policy, talks about environmental remediation. Also, learn about how the San Francisco Bay was cleaned up in late 2007 with mushrooms and human hair. The Element of the Week: mercury.
Distillations is produced by the Chemical Heritage Foundation. For more information, visit distillations dot chemheritage dot org.

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