1.What is a in-situ burning?
I'll take this question. In-situ burning is a fancy name for burning the oil where it was spilled. The oil can be contained by fire-resistant booms at the spill site, then set on fire and burned away. This works really well with light oils, since they give off more vapors that burn. Under certain circumstances, in-situ oil burns can be a very effective means of spill cleanup. Plus, they're fun to watch.
Did you know that there are some common household items that can be used to clean up an oil spill? Check it out!
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