Air Force dismantles groundwater treatment plant at Castle
A crane removes the first of two air stripper towers that were used to treat contaminated groundwater at the former Castle Air Force Base in Atwater, Calif. The air stripping towers removed volatile organic compounds, primarily trichloroethene, a solvent used when the base was active.
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