Jul 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Environmentalists call it the largest threat to a city's drinking water supply in history, as much as 24 million gallons of jet fuel - or twice the size of the Exxon Valdez oil spill - seeping into an underground aquifer and steadily toward this drought-stricken city's largest and most pristine water wells.
Since: Jan 10
Last week it didn't,
this week it does,
next week it'll be called water in the fuel...
but not "news" at this point.
same thing happened in tucson - it was solvent poured into ditches
still trying to clean it out 30 years later
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