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The video clip I previously had linked to this page was a promotional film released by Evergreen Aviation, displaying its Boeing 747 Supertanker, spraying all manner of substances from its massive hold.

The narrator bragged about the craft’s numerous capabilities, including the restoration of plankton in oil-ravaged waters, besides oil spill containment, firefighting and a host of other applications.

That clip was taken down in mid-2011 and all videos uploaded to YouTube referencing Evergreen would only cite the craft’s firefighting capabilities by spraying either water or fire retardant.

However, the supertanker’s other applications remained posted in the “Markets” page on Evergreen’s website, as of the original posting of this article in 2011.

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