Officials with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board said the county must conduct soil gas and groundwater assessments to determine whether the San Luis Obispo airport is the source of elevated levels of the chlorinated industrial solvent trichloroethylene, or TCE, in wells in the Buckley Road area near the facility.
Officials with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board said the county must conduct soil gas and groundwater assessments to determine whether the San Luis Obispo airport is the source of elevated levels of the chlorinated industrial solvent trichloroethylene, or TCE, in wells in the Buckley Road area near the facility. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Officials with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board said the county must conduct soil gas and groundwater assessments to determine whether the San Luis Obispo airport is the source of elevated levels of the chlorinated industrial solvent trichloroethylene, or TCE, in wells in the Buckley Road area near the facility. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

SLO airport to be investigated as possible source of groundwater pollution

March 29, 2016 03:52 PM

UPDATED March 29, 2016 08:03 PM