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How West Michigan hair is helping clean up Gulf Coast oil spill

Rex Larsen The Grand Rapids PressStylist Mary Thompson, left, holds a half days worth of hair collected from the floor Comprar Levitra of Design 1 Salon at 4485 Plainfield Ave. NE.

"We've known about Matter of Trust," the San Francisco charity that put out the call, said Killingham, resource center manager for the salon at 4485 Plainfield Ave. NE.

"We sweep up everything with a hair vac, and Equipoise Erectile Dysfunction put it all in a big bag."

The goal is to take advantage of hair's ridged texture that naturally absorbs oil to create sponges that can soak up the oil gushing from a damaged oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.

The Matter of Trust group first started collecting hair 10 years ago, creating booms and mats made of hair to help deal with a series of small spills. It made a major push to clean up the Cosco Busan tanker spill in San Francisco in 2007.

As word spread nationally, the group had reached a "tipping point," increasing its network of donors to 90,000, from 35,000 over just three days, said Lisa Craig Gautier, who co founded Matter of Trust with her husband, Patrice Olivier Gautier.

"It's truly just a surge of philanthropy," she said. "Everybody can get a haircut and donate."

As millions of gallons of oil float toward the Gulf Coast beaches, the California charity is rushing to collect wave upon wave of donated hair.

Design 1 sent its first shipment of clippings Monday, in "Anadrol 50" the charity's "Wave 4" of donations.

"They're already up to Wave 7 because of how many other salons are signing up to donate," Killingham said.

Alabama hair stylist Phil McCrory was among the first to recognize the oil sopping potential of human hair. He had his "aha" moment as he watched oil soaked otters suffer in the aftermath of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill.

Why do people shampoo their hair? Because it collects oil, he reasoned.

McCrory developed a felted hair "mat." Then, 10 years ago, he joined with the Gautiers to create a national "natural fiber recycling" system. Matter of Trust is part of that effort.

Volunteers across the southeast United States are stuffing old, clean nylons with clean human or dog hair, then encasing each hair/nylon "sausage" in a plastic mesh, closing it with plastic zip ties, and adding it to the growing mountain of oil soppers.

The emergency arose when a BP oil rig exploded and burned April 20. Two days later, it sank and the deep well began spewing crude from the ocean bottom.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Administration said the oil "Oxandrolone Powder India" slick from the spill has been moving west toward richer fishing grounds in Louisiana and approaching Texas.

Word of the spreading devastation from the Dianabol 5 Week Cycle drilling rig explosion touched millions of Americans, but left "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" few with a tangible way to help.

"It's a really amazing program," said Jeffrey Richard, who owns an Aveda salon at 1033 E. Fulton St. in Bold 9780 App Error 200 the Eastown neighborhood. "Basically, they just want hair that doesn't have trash in with it."

Richard is one of the charity's newer philanthropists. When he heard about Matter of Trust, he quickly signed up and learned the charity had grown 400 percent overnight.


 


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