New Jersey terminal leaks 10,000 gallons of biodiesel thanks to Sandy

November 6, 2012 |

In New Jersey, Kinder Morgan says that about 10,000 gallons of biodiesel have leaked at its terminal in Carteret as a result of damage from Hurricane Sandy. The spill entered Rum Creek and reached the Arthur Kill waterway but the Coast Guard said it had collected 780,000 gallons of an oily water mixture and had built a containment barrier.

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