SLO County Regional Airport Tests Negative for TCE

At the end of July, Roux began groundwater investigation and soil gas sampling to find out whether the pollutant trichloroethylene (TCE) was present near California’s San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. Though the SLO Airport was identified as a potential source of TCE contamination, all preliminary soil gas samples tested negative for the toxic solvent.

The final soil gas report will be available on September 20, along with the groundwater report on October 10. Click here to read more about the latest news.

Watch a video featuring Roux’s team on-site here.

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Video: How Experts Are Searching for TCE Near the SLO Airport

Roux Associates has begun groundwater investigation and soil gas sampling to test for the pollutant trichloroethylene, or TCE, in San Luis Obispo (SLO), California. In the video below, Jon Rohrer, Principal Hydrogeologist at Roux, describes the processes for TCE testing along Buckley Road and the nearby SLO Airport. Click the following links to read more via The Tribune and KSYB.