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These photos show portions of broken Bulk Fuels Facility (BFF) pipe, which produced Kirtland's jet fuel spill.

 

 

 

 

 

Pathway of Ethylene Dibromide contaminating Albuquerque's Drinking water aquifer.  Over time, the Ethylene Dibromide (EDB) that is shown in red can move through the Albuquerque well fields to the north of the Ridgecrest wells. EDB is dissolved in the aquifer that serves Albuquerque's well fields. Kirtland Air Force Base has no plan or technology in place to halt the moving dissolved plume of EDB. The EDB plume is less than 3,000 feet from Ridgecrest municipal wells #3 and #5.