He says BP still owes him $15,000 for two deckhands and another $20,000 for decontamination and repainting of his boat.
So he took a decontamination shower alone, clothes on, and then drove home through empty streets to his empty house.
The Tories' "decontamination" strategy was designed for happier times.
decontamination squads with fire bombs were shown as they sought to cleanse Euclid Avenue of its infected dead.
He turned away and walked back to the decontamination chamber.
Some of the first, heavily loaded, were lifted to emptiness again and the process of decontamination of their hulls began.
He went through the radiation trap to the decontamination chamber to wash off whatever it was he had picked up.
And it took us two weeks of bunking with the sullen crew and decontamination before we could pick up life again.
Unless some means of decontamination can be found these new parts are no better than the old ones.
They passed through the decontamination shield and into the city.
decontamination de·con·tam·i·na·tion (dē'kən-tām'ə-nā'shən)
The removal or neutralization of a contaminating substance, such as poisonous gas or a radioactive material.