LOCKWOOD SOLVENT GROUND WATER PLUME
Superfund Site Profile
Announcements and Key Topics
A permanent controlled groundwater area is anticipated to be established by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation in late 2017 to ensure that new wells are not developed in the plume area of groundwater contamination.
Pilot scale testing of ozone sparging, soil vapor extraction and addition of chemical oxidants ...
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The 580-acre Lockwood Solvent Ground Water Plume site is located on the outskirts of Billings in Yellowstone County, Montana. In 1986, Lockwood Water and Sewer District personnel discovered benzene and ...
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