Insert some profound text here because I don’t know what to say about this pathetic operator or our pathetic regulators who let this situation persist.
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Williams has the answer to that "more gravel".
Range has an answer for that, "more paint".
What happens when you put a highly corrosive liquid in a flimsy metal containers bought at Walfart?
Williams = "more Gravel" on a flood plain. Watch out Lake Grapevine.
BTW, I figured out tonight that TCEQ is FOS all the time.
I know that results don't match up. I have several different results, TCEQ always says there are safe levels. While other tests prove differently.
Tonight I really looked. On every sheet is a LOD. So why is it so frequent that the level TCEQ measures is actually BELOW what the LOD is?!? If the number is below the LOD, that means that while it was waiting for "managerial approval" there were some apparently disapproving numbers on that.
I will waste yet more of time figuring that out. I think, I have a correlation.
The TCEQ ALWAYS gets low numbers. Always!