MTBE rises fast in New Hampshire wells, Exxon jury told
Water wells with no detectable level of a gasoline additive can show high concentrations a few months later, a water treatment specialist told a New Hampshire jury considering whether ExxonMobil Corp. is liable for contaminating some of the state’s supplies.
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