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Dispersant- JD-2000
Our test were conducted by an EPA Certified Lab- Environmental Enterprises USA, Inc.
EEUSA is an aquatic toxicity testing facility servicing the oil and gas industry, land based industries, and municipalities throughout the world.

Louisiana State University
These reports were prepared under contract between Louisiana State University and the Louisiana
Oil Spill Coordinator's Office/Office of the Governor, Louisiana Applied and Educational Oil
Spill Research and Development Program.
Dispersant Effects on Salt Marsh Vegetation: Toxicity Evaluation (pdf)        (text only)
See how JD-2000 performed in Louisiana's native salt marshlands...

Dispersant Effects on Fresh Marsh Vegetation: Toxicity Evaluaton (pdf)       (text only)
 See how JD-2000 performed in Louisiana's native fresh marshlands...

 
NATO/CCMS Oil Spill Response Workshop
Effectiveness of Dispersants on Oil Spills for Coastal Habitat Protection as a Function of Types of Oil and Dispersant (pdf) 
"JD-2000 appears to be better than the Corexit-9500 in terms of relieving the impacts of SLC oil to plants."

Test Results as shown on NCP/EPA Product Schedule
Low Toxicity
(These charts show parts per million to achieve a lethal concentration to 50% of the life form tested. Higher numbers, therefore, mean that it takes more to become lethally toxic. Lower numbers reflect a higher toxicity as it takes less to become lethal.)

Dispersant Name Dispersant Alone Fuel Oil Alone Dispersant&Fuel Oil 1:10 Reference Toxicant % Increase in Toxicity 
  LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm)  
  96 hr/Menidia 48hr/Mysidopsis 96 hr/Menidia 48hr/Mysidopsis 96 hr/Menidia 48hr/Mysidopsis 96 hr/Menidia 48hr/Mysidopsis  
EC9500A 25.20 32.23 10.72 16.12 2.61 3.40 7.07 9.82 78.91%
EC9527A 14.57 24.14 10.72 16.12 4.49 6.60 7.07 9.82 59.06%
JD-2000 407.00 90.50 8.39 2.58 3.59 2.19 2.22 10.50 15.12%


Fuel Oil Alone Dispersant and Fuel Oil 1:10 % Increase in Toxicity 
LC50(ppm) LC50(ppm)  
Dispersant Name 48hr/Mysidopsis 48hr/Mysidopsis  
EC9500A 16.12 3.40 78.91%
EC9527A 16.12 6.60 59.06%
JD-2000 2.58 2.19 15.12%

Mysidopsis Bahia 48-hr Toxicity Test LC50 (ppm)

In the Mysidopsis Bahia 48-hr Toxicity Test:
Corexit EC9500A is 2.8 times more toxic than JD-2000
Corexit EC9527A is 3.7 times more toxic than JD-2000
Dispersit SPC 1000 is 5.4 times more toxic than JD-2000
Sea Brat #4 is 6.4 times more toxic than JD-2000




Menidia Beryllina 96-hr Toxicity Test LC50 (ppm)

In the Menidia Beryllina 96-hr Toxicity Test:
Sea Brat #4 is 13.5 times more toxic than JD-2000
Corexit EC9500A is 16 times more toxic than JD-2000
Corexit EC9527A is 27.9 times more toxic than JD-2000
Dispersit SPC 1000 is 116 times more toxic than JD-2000



High Dispersion
Swirl Flask Tests as reported by the EPA


South Louisiana Crude Dispersion Percentage Rates



Prudhoe Bay Crude Dispersion Percentage Rates


Facts about JD-2000:
  • Can be used in salt, brackish, and fresh water applications
  • Lowest in toxicity compared to other available dispersants
  • High Dispersion Rate
  • Not an "emulsifier", eliminating EPA concerns of emulsifying effects on oil spills and slicks
  • Not a "sinker", eliminating EPA concerns with the dispersant industry
  • Not "microbe dependent", eliminating temperature and environmental concerns
  • If favorable conditions exist, microbes can be added
  • Listed on the EPA's Product Schedule
  • Proven to decrease mortality rates of plants contaminated with oil
  • Proven to increase photosynthesis of plants contaminated with oil
  • MSDS FOR JD-2000






 



EPA NCP Product Schedule Listing for JD-2000

This listing does NOT mean that EPA approves, recommends, licenses, certifies, or authorizes the use of JD-2000 on an oil discharge. This listing means only that data have been submitted to EPA as required by subpart J of the National Contingency Plan, Sec. 300.915.
 


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