By John Gerken of Pace®
Emergency situations often happen instantly, without warning, and in the event of groundwater contamination, the effects can be long lasting and widespread. With approximately 50 percent of U.S. drinking water coming from groundwater, the first hours or even minutes after an emergency arises are crucial in saving lives and protecting the environment in the long term. Avoiding harmful situations is always preferred, but when disaster strikes, knowing what to do and having an emergency response plan can help to limit impact and prevent future strife.
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