During routine water quality testing, Oceanside CA discovered that six of its groundwater wells contain 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (“TCP”).
During routine water quality testing in 2017, Rubidoux Community Services District discovered 2 of its wells were contaminated with 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (TCP)
As a public utility, GSWC discovered 1,2,3-TCP in several of its drinking water wells in 2017 during routine testing.
The safety of the City of New York's drinking water supply was in jeopardy, and going to trial against ExxonMobil and 39 other oil companies is a tall task.
SL Environmental Law Group represented the City of St. Louis, Michigan in a water contamination case involving toxic chemicals that were byproducts of DDT.
The water company discovered TCP contaminants at dangerous levels in two of its drinking water wells, which left the wells inoperable.
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