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Soil Vapor Extraction Treatment System in Whittier
Los Angeles

This a soil vapor extraction system. A gasoline storage tank station was once located here to provide fuel for the ambulances that are dispatched from this facility.The underground storage tanks had leaked and contaminated the soil and groundwater underground. Gasoline laden soil vapor is extracted by a pump and the gasoline filtered out by activated charcoal that fills the white tank like vessels before being released. Underground gasoline storage tanks almost always leak sooner or later incurring substantial liability for the property owner. In addition the leak alarm systems are costly and frequently false alarm. Companies that once dispensed their own fuel are removing the tanks and sending the drivers to the local filling station.

Copyright: Pete Babij
Type: Spherical
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送信日: 30/01/2013
更新日: 10/10/2014
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Tags: environmental; gasoline; contamination; soil; vapor
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