Southern California water treatment plant suffers chemical spill
A sodium hydroxide spill occurred at an Escondido, California, water treatment plant on March 26, 2012, according to KTLA.com. The leak led officials to consider oil spill cleanup methods to remove roughly 30,000 gallons of the corrosive chemical.
The news source reports the plant was shut down and evacuated following the spill, but nearby homes and businesses were unaffected by the leak. Hazmat teams reached the facility around 4 p.m, and cleanup crews successfully held half of the spill in a nearby retention pond.
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