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* ENVIRONMENT: $200 million in competitive grants for the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks and $100 million in competitive grants for Brownfields cleanup.
Local concerns could include naturally occurring constituents such as arsenic or radon, or man-made contamination, i.e., industrial sites, old landfills, or leaking underground storage tanks. Water quality problems that can not be eliminated through well maintenance can generally be removed with an appropriate treatment device.
They enter the subsurface primarily through leaking underground storage tanks and, less frequently, by improper disposal methods or accidental spills.
Leaking underground storage tanks that contain hazardous products, primarily gasoline, can contaminate soil and groundwater.
The "Leaking Underground Storage Tanks" provisions of the Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations, impact any business storing oil in containers of more than 200 litres--either partially below or wholly above ground.
Internal documents dating back almost twenty-five years show they lobbied for it before they started selling it--even though Shell, Exxon and others knew the additive had a propensity for traveling faster than gasoline in search of the ground water deep below leaking underground storage tanks. They knew MTBE didn't biodegrade, that tanks leaked routinely.
Leaking underground storage tanks (LUSTs) for fuel, both automotive and home heating, came next on the first lists of tasks to be addressed.
Leaking underground storage tanks (USTs) historically have been a primary source of contamination of subsurface soils and groundwater.