Cleo Springs, Oklahoma

A gasoline spill occurred when a fuel tanker was forced off this curve in rural Oklahoma.

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Cedar Creek was contracted to remediate residual soil and groundwater contamination. A recovery well and reagent injection wells were installed. The Fenton’s agent treatment was interjected into a battery of points surrounding the two recovery wells, while groundwater was pumped from the wells.

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In-situ chemical oxidation was used to remediate the site. This technique offers a very high probability of success. It is also very fast, economical, efficient, and requires no long-term operation or monitoring costs.

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A gasoline spill occurred when a fuel tanker was forced off this curve in rural Oklahoma.

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When a fuel tanker truck spilled gasoline in Cleo Springs, Oklahoma, Cedar Creek Engineering treated the site with Fenton’s reagent. This treatment was highly successful and efficient, and utilized in-situ chemical oxidation to remediate the site.

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