"News & Issues" piece on the six-inch underground pipeline that carried jet fuel
"News & Issues" piece on the six-inch underground pipeline that carried jet fuel from Searsport to Loring Air Force Base in Limestone. The line has been out of commission since 1994, but contamination along its path is commanding new attention. David Hopkins, a civilian environmental engineer employed by the Air Force to clean up the base's environmental messes, said a recent inspection of the length of the line revealed contamination only at the pump stations at Littleton, Mattawamkeag, Argyle and on the base itself. Works is now underway to clean up these sites.
Oil pollution, Pipe lines
Haskell, Meg, ""News & Issues" piece on the six-inch underground pipeline that carried jet fuel" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4712.
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