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There, they seeped into the soil and crystallized when the water evaporated.
She said that pesticides, among other things, have seeped into this underground water supply.
Groundwater didn't fall from the sky, it seeped out from the ground," he points out.
Hydrogen sulfide is a natural, hazardous byproduct of petroleum, and small quantities of the gas have seeped for centuries from the site of the $200 million Belmont Learning Complex, located above the Los Angeles City Oil Field.
Ten years ago, groundwater contaminated with dioxin and other toxins from the Love Canal chemical-disposal site seeped into the basements of Niagara Falls, N.
Some contamination - like solvents that have seeped into rock - can't be cleaned up, he said.