"Bam, up" repeats Chris Delano as he uses a several straws of hay, and later, a hand full of hay to pick up emulsified oil from the bay water near Grand Isle, La. Blobs of oil instantly cling to the straws of hay and stay attached despite repeated dipping into the water to pick up additional blobs of oil. Representatives from the non-profit organization, Gulf Coast Preservation and Reclamation, Inc. If used in any Gulf coast cleanup operation, the organization has coordinated with a company to process the oiled hay by spinning the hay in a centrifuge to remove nearly all the oil and produce fuel pellets. The remaining hay would be incinerated.