Adsorption System Treating Contaminated Water: Leaking Tanks near Brampton Endanger Groundwater

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Summary:

During the spring of 1989, the owners of a combined bulk and gasoline service station in Brampton, Ontario discovered leaks from one of the site's underground storage tanks and from a section of piping supplying the above-ground tanks. Diesel fuel and gasoline were migrating into groundwater as well as escaping into storm sewers and contaminating a nearby creek. Company officials estimated that more than 46.500 litres of free diesel product had leaked from the corroded tank and piping.

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