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This website provides reports collected or generated as a part of the Deepwater Horizon Recovery process.

BP is working with local, state and federal agencies and organizations to develop and implement the most scientifically sound recovery and restoration procedures. All action taken reflect studied consensus between BP and every agency or organization that holds jurisdiction over the land, water, wildlife or human health issue being addressed.

Natural Resource Damage Assessment

Natural Resource Damage Assessment

Includes information on:

The Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) program. BP is working with governments, communities and scientists to study conditions so that affected natural and recreational resources can be restored.

Natural resource damage assessment in detail

Habitats

Natural Resources

Monitoring and Sampling Information

Monitoring and Sampling Information

Includes information on:

Data as well as sampling and monitoring programs. Much of the sampling and monitoring is being undertaken for the response.

Monitoring and sampling in detail

Waste Management

Waste Management

Includes information on:

Types of waste anticipated, waste disposal strategies, waste handling processes and decontamination strategies. 

Waste Management in detail

 

Dispersant Information

Dispersant Information

Includes information on:

Dispersants were deployed in the Gulf of Mexico to break down the slick. What is in dispersants and how do they work?

Dispersant information in detail