Since last month’s explosion on the Deepwater Horizon well, it seems like everyone has an idea for how to clean up the spill. BP spokesman John Curry told us on Friday that its call center had received 74,000 calls and 19,000 emails with recommendations for cleanup technology – everything from advice to services to equipment.
Connie Mixon is one of those callers. Her company, MyCelx, creates technology for cleaning up oil spills; it's been used in the United States, Europe, Canada and Asia. She talks about her struggle to get BP's attention in the midst of the worst oil spill in years.