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There are at least 314,700 leaking underground storage tanks in cities and towns across the nation, and trial evidence indicated that most leak within seven years of installation.
Leaking underground storage tanks release fuel or other petroleum products that can contaminate surrounding soil, groundwater, or surface waters.
Improper waste disposal by local industries and leaking underground storage tanks contaminated the wells.
Another $1 billion will be borrowed from a fund for cleaning up leaking underground storage tanks.
The House and Senate bills would replenish the trust fund by extending customs fees on importers, and siphoning money from a trust fund for replacing leaking underground storage tanks.
ENVIRONMENT: $200 million in competitive grants for the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks and $100 million in competitive grants for Brownfields cleanup.
industrial sites, old landfills, or leaking underground storage tanks.
Leaking underground storage tanks that contain hazardous products, primarily gasoline, can contaminate soil and groundwater.
In January 1982 the National Petroleum News called leaking underground storage tanks "a serious problem now .