Office of the Administrator (Lisa P. Jackson) - Various Images (BP Oil Spill) - Contaminated sand is colledted from lthe beach and fed into a series of hot water washes. Oily water is collected and disposed of. Clean sand is returned to the beach. This inovative process prevents tons of sand from being dumped into landfills, reduced depletion of sand from the beach and elimintes oil from the beach. USEPA photo by Eric Vance. GPS coordinates in metadata. [412-APD-675-53_beach_Rick.JPG]

Chicago citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. Office of the Administrator. Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education. Office of Multimedia. 2011-. Office of the Administrator (Lisa P. Jackson) - Various Images (BP Oil Spill) - Contaminated sand is colledted from lthe beach and fed into a series of hot water washes. Oily water is collected and disposed of. Clean sand is returned to the beach. This inovative process prevents tons of sand from being dumped into landfills, reduced depletion of sand from the beach and elimintes oil from the beach. USEPA photo by Eric Vance. GPS coordinates in metadata. [412-APD-675-53_beach_Rick.JPG]. 2010-08-07. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6904938. (Accessed July 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. Office of the Administrator. Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education. Office of Multimedia. 2011-, (2010-08-07) Office of the Administrator (Lisa P. Jackson) - Various Images (BP Oil Spill) - Contaminated sand is colledted from lthe beach and fed into a series of hot water washes. Oily water is collected and disposed of. Clean sand is returned to the beach. This inovative process prevents tons of sand from being dumped into landfills, reduced depletion of sand from the beach and elimintes oil from the beach. USEPA photo by Eric Vance. GPS coordinates in metadata. [412-APD-675-53_beach_Rick.JPG]. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6904938
MLA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. Office of the Administrator. Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education. Office of Multimedia. 2011-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6904938>.
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