EPA and TC Energy ink deal for cleanup of Keystone Pipeline spill

A remediation company deploys a boom on the surface of an oil spill after a Keystone pipeline ruptured at Mill Creek in Washington County, Kansas.


A legally binding deal has been signed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the owner of the Keystone pipeline to clean up the 14,000 barrel crude oil spill that happened last month near Washington, Kansas.

EPA and TC Energy Corp. signed a consent order that lays out the steps the company must take to clean up the creek to meet federal Clean Water Act standards reported E&E News.

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