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Nearly seven tons of C9 aromatic hydrocarbon are leaked into the ocean at a port in Quangang District, Quanzhou, China when a petrochemical company loads the cargo from its terminal into a chemical tanker and the aged hose coupling gasket breaks. Nearby aquaculture farms are contaminated, fishermen and residents get sick from the leaked chemical, some of them hospitalized.

China’s Quanzhou Port suffered a major incident at one of its petrochemical terminals on Sunday, resulting in nearly seven tons of aromatic hydrocarbon being leaked into the ocean. According to a release from Quanzhou Port, the incident occurred in the early morning of Sunday when Fujian Donggang Petrochemical was loading the petrochemical cargo from its …

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  1. Nearly seven tons of C9 aromatic hydrocarbon were leaked into the ocean at a port in Quangang District, Quanzhou, China when the petrochemical cargo was being loaded into a chemical tanker and the transfer pipe broke. Nearby aquaculture farms were contaminated, fishermen and residents got sick from the leaked chemical.
  2. Nearly seven tons of C9 aromatic hydrocarbon are leaked into the ocean at a port in Quangang District, Quanzhou, China when the petrochemical cargo is being loaded into a chemical tanker and the aged transfer pipe breaks. Nearby aquaculture farms are contaminated, fishermen and residents get sick from the leaked chemical, some of them hospitalized.
  3. Nearly seven tons of C9 aromatic hydrocarbon are leaked into the ocean at a port in Quangang District, Quanzhou, China when a petrochemical company loads the cargo from its terminal into a chemical tanker and the aged hose coupling gasket breaks. Nearby aquaculture farms are contaminated, fishermen and residents get sick from the leaked chemical, some of them hospitalized.

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