Officials: Calif. city has spent over $1M on chemical spill cleanup

05/8/2012 | North County Times (Temecula, Calif.)

The cleanup of a chemical spill from a ruptured storage tank at an Escondido, Calif., water-treatment facility has cost the city more than $1 million so far, said city Utilities Director Chris McKinney. The City Council has approved a contract for as much as $2 million to remediate the spill of a solution including sodium hydroxide, also known as lye. The cleanup involves the removal and replacement of 1,700 tons of contaminated soil.

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North County Times (Temecula, Calif.)

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