How Colonial Pipeline Recovered From A Devastating Spill And Set New Industry Standards

Lemmon, David L.
October 2003
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Oct2003, Vol. 230 Issue 10, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses how Colonial Pipeline Co. has recovered from its Reedy River diesel fuel spill experience in South Carolina. Scope and significance of the Reedy River spill event; Cooperation of the company with regulators and investigating agencies; Prevention and detection of leaks to the environment; Examination and audit of critical areas; Implementation of regulatory changes.


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