Georgia Petroleum Refining & Marketing Company
A historical diesel fuel leak from a pipeline resulted in a free product plume over an area of five acres at this terminal site in Georgia. KEMRON installed groundwater monitoring wells at the site in order to define the extent of the free floating petroleum and initiated a quarterly sampling program to define the extent of the dissolved petroleum constituents. KEMRON performed routine maintenance of the existing product recovery systems and designed an expanded program involving the design and installation of product recovery trenches at the site. The trench recovery system eliminated season grass kills which occurred on an adjacent property during rising water table conditions. KEMRON designed a groundwater remediation system and performed operation and maintenance of the system. In addition, product-only pumps were installed in one day to address a sudden subsurface release.