Oil company Enbridge is offering to buy 200 homes along the Kalamazoo River in Michigan. The houses all sit along a 50-kilometre stretch of the river into which oil was spilled this past July when a pipeline burst. The company is offering to buy the homes for their pre-spill value and will then put them back up for sale. All 3.1 million litres of oil has been contained with booms and two-thirds has been pumped into tanker trucks, says an Enbridge executive.
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