Jury in Exxon case told MTBE still in New Hampshire wells

Gary Lynn, a manager of the stateís petroleum remediation section, testified for the state in Concord today that the additive methyl tertiary butyl ether, or MTBE, has recently been detected in sites including a daycare centerís water supply. He said the chemical moves through water quickly and unpredictably.


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