George Malvaney, CEO of United States Environmental Services, at a BP oil spill response staging area in Gulfport, Miss., talking to U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) on Monday, June 7, 2010. (John Fitzhugh/Biloxi Sun-Herald/MCT)
George Malvaney, CEO of United States Environmental Services, at a BP oil spill response staging area in Gulfport, Miss., talking to U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) on Monday, June 7, 2010. (John Fitzhugh/Biloxi Sun-Herald/MCT) John Fitzhugh / Biloxi Sun-Herald / MCT
George Malvaney, CEO of United States Environmental Services, at a BP oil spill response staging area in Gulfport, Miss., talking to U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) on Monday, June 7, 2010. (John Fitzhugh/Biloxi Sun-Herald/MCT) John Fitzhugh / Biloxi Sun-Herald / MCT

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