When the sky cries, that’s a natural phenomenon. But when
Nature’s pure water mixes with various types of oil and hydraulic fluids or other contaminants, the result
is a man-made problem.
Commonly called stormwater runoff, rainwater will flow wherever it wants once it hits Earth. And this
characteristic is what makes water troublesome wherever it encounters oil – in heavy
equipment yards, scrap yards, truck and train terminals, oil and gas operations, shipping docks and the
like. Water from various types...