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Demystifying Operations of Underground Storage Tanks

Summary:


Tutorial about how leaks are detected at service stations, illustrating how
the station owners could have monitored their inventory to detect and
prevent extensive leakages.

After mandating the use of infused-oxygen MBTE to gasoline, it was discovered that the additive traveled aggressively through the ground and created significant environmental damage to ground water. After it was outlawed, the refiners were sued to pay for cleanup caused by fuel leaks at independent gas stations that sold the fuel.


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