Conn. women face $344,000 bill over vapors from gas station site

04/10/2012 | Record-Journal (Meriden, Conn.)

Connecticut is seeking $344,000 from five women for the remediation of vapors emanating from a gas station site they inherited. Defective underground gas tanks contaminated the soil at the site and an adjoining property, but the state Underground Storage Tank Petroleum Clean-up Program provided a $483,000 reimbursement to the company running the station at the time. An amendment, however, prohibits claims by property owners from whom the state is seeking payment for remediation.

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