Gas stations can pose potential risks and contamination to the environment. The storage and handling of petroleum products can lead to leaks or spills, resulting in soil and groundwater contamination. The presence of underground storage tanks increases the likelihood of hazardous substances entering the environment. Phase 1 Environmental Studies are essential in identifying and evaluating these potential risks and contamination sources. By understanding the specific hazards and taking appropriate measures to mitigate them, gas station owners can ensure the safety of their property and protect the surrounding environment from contamination.
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