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A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for intense sexual desire for another person or, less commonly, an object.
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The Appraisal Institute's testimony addressed the issues of valuing contaminated property in its pre-contaminated state and the impact that leaking underground storage tanks can have on the housing market.
The bond proceeds are being used to provide funds for remedial action related to leaking underground storage tanks (UST).
Leaking underground storage tanks can contaminate ground water and surface water and expose workers to contamination while they are cleaning and repairing tanks.
This may include regulatory issues such as permitting, subsurface contamination issues, such as leaking underground storage tanks, or facility decontaminations such as mold, asbestos and lead based paint removal.
environmental cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks.
EnviroCap, LLC finances reimbursement claims payable from state trust funds for environmental remediation projects that clean up leaking underground storage tanks.
Since 1979, MTBE has been widely used as a high octane additive in gasoline and has become a significant groundwater contaminant due to leaking underground storage tanks, spills and improper disposal practices.
MTBE, or methyl tertiary butyl ether, is most commonly released into the environment from leaking underground storage tanks (USTs) at gas stations.
A gasoline station was previously located on the site and leaking underground storage tanks were the cause of the contamination.