In the evening hours of July 11, 2022, Colonial Pipeline detected product approximately 8 feet outside the fence of its Sugarlimb Trap Facility. We continue to work diligently, testing air and water quality around the clock, keeping safety and environmental protection at the forefront.
Colonial employees and contractors are on site working 24 hours a day to recover product and implement proactive measures in an effort to protect Hubbard Branch and the Tennessee River. No product has been detected in surface water.
The company appreciates the ongoing support of the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, Loudon County Emergency Management Agency, and other response partners as we work together to ensure public safety and protection of the local environment.
All future notices regarding this situation will be posted to this site under “Updates.”