Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation in British Columbia, Canada

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Summary

A former fueling facility in Port Coquitlam, BC contained four underground storage tanks (USTs) and accompanying dispensers. The USTs were removed in 1990 after volatile petroleum hydrocarbon (VPH) concentrations were found
above regulatory limits. Source well BH206 had significant VPH and naphthalene concentrations reaching 13,000 ug/L and 240 ug/L, respectively. In addition, downgradient wells BH303 and BH205A had concentrations of VPH as high as 5,600 ug/L.

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