Overfill Spill at a Commercial Gas Station Results in NFA

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Site Summary

This service station was approximately 150 feet from Peapack Brook, a stocked trout stream. In 1993, a petroleum hydrocarbon overfill spill occurred contaminating surrounding contaminated soils and underlying groundwater. In an effort to protect the stream from migrating BTEX, TBA, and MTBE plumes, two downgradient ORC barriers were installed. Additionally, following the excavation of some of the contaminated soils, ORC was placed into the excavation, similar to Figure 1, to address any residual contaminants that could potentially migrate into the groundwater.
The site was subsequently redeveloped to include a convenience store and new gasoline islands.

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