Let the Weedoo clean up that BP Oil Spill
by Mark R
If there is one thing I just don’t want to hear about anymore, it is that darn BP oil spill.
I’m getting tired of hearing stats like “150 million gallons and counting” and want to hear more things like “we cleaned up 20 million gallons today” or something. I don’t understand why there aren’t more things like Kevin Costner’s device being implemented. It’s enough to make me want to go down there with an oil-absorbent sponge, and maybe that is what I should be doing.
Of course, I would need a little bit more than just me. Fortunately, there are Greenboat Scientific’s Weedoo workboats. These workboats were originally designed to be green power airboats. They have rechargeable battery-driven propulsion systems, and can maneuver easily through the shallow wetlands. They can also go through the wetlands and swamps that are really getting polluted because of that aforementioned oil spill.
People can use the Weedoo to carry some serious oil-soaked weeds, surface oil, and other debris. You can even add on a conveyor, forklift, or swing-arm cutter.
Greenboat is wanting to produce a lot of Weedoos in order to help the oil spill. They could produce as much as one per day, and I can’t help but wonder why they shouldn’t all just work together and deal with this gigantic mess?