Soil testing continues at site of year-old gas leak

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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Drilling core samples to determine how much gasoline remains in the soil around the Shop & Go station in Gravette resumed last week. Gary Moier, foreman with Anderson Engineering of Little Rock, said the drilling should be completed by this mid-week. Samples were taken last year after the problem surfaced in January of 2010.

Drilling core samples to determine how much gasoline remains in the soil around the Shop & Go station in Gravette resumed last week. Gary Moier, foreman with Anderson Engineering of Little Rock, said the drilling should be completed by this mid-week. Samples were taken last year after the problem surfaced in January of 2010.
Photo by Dodie Evans

Core drilling for soil samples resumed last week at the site of a gasoline spill that occurred at a Gravette service station last year.


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