The EPA demonstrates new thermal energy project to decontaminate water

On Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency demonstrated a fresh way of decontaminating soil that has been around for nearly 10 years and began in the oil and gas industry. It uses thermal energy. This project is being called the Cleburn Street Well Superfund Site. Located on the corner of Eddy and 4th in Grand Island, you can see tubes, chords and 100 wells working on treating water contamination.


Source: Nebraska TV

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