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May 14, 2013

Fuel Leak Cleanup Continues

Read here about a diesel fuel leak in Indianapolis that continues to be cleaned up.

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April 4, 2012

Street and Road Contractor – Diesel Fuel

Source: Rockhill Environmental/NECC Newsletter

A street and road contractor was hired to re-pave a 25-mile section of highway. During the project, one of the contractor’s dump trucks accidentally backed into and ruptured a mobile refueling tank. 300 gallons of diesel fuel was released onto the surface and migrated into a nearby storm drain.…

April 4, 2012

Steel Erection Contractor – Diesel Fuel

Source: Rockhill Environmental/NECC Newsletter

A steel erection contractor accidently caused a release of diesel fuel at a construction site when a crane operator dropped a steel beam. The beam landed on a small tanker truck that was brought onto the site to refuel other construction equipment. The cost of the emergency clean-up was in excess of $55,000.…

July 1, 2011

Street and Road Contractor – Diesel Fuel

Acknowledgement to Great American Environmental Division

A street and road contractor was hired to re-pave a 25-mile section of highway. During the project, one of the contractor’s dump trucks accidentally backed into and ruptured a mobile refueling tank. 300 gallons of diesel fuel was released onto the surface and migrated into a nearby storm drain.…

September 21, 2010

Diesel Fuel Released Into Soil

Acknowledgement to Great American

A utility contractor was subject to clean-up costs after vandals opened an on-site mobile refueling tank causing diesel fuel to be released onto virgin soil.…

September 21, 2010

Diesel Fuel Migrates to Storm Drain

Acknowledgement to Great American

A street and road contractor was hired to re-pave a 25-mile section of highway. During the project, one of the contractor’s dump trucks accidentally backed into and ruptured a mobile refueling tank. 300 gallons of diesel fuel was released onto the surface and migrated into a nearby storm drain.…

September 21, 2010

Contractor Causes Release of Diesel Fuel

Acknowledgement to Great American

A steel erection contractor accidentally caused a release of diesel fuel at a construction site when a crane operator dropped a steel beam. The beam landed on a small tanker truck that was brought onto the site to refuel other construction equipment. The cost of the emergency clean-up was in excess of $55,000.…