Bud Fairey, right and C. Alan Runyan, left, attorneys with Speights & Runyan in Hampton SC. Fairey successfully battled Exxon in court on behalf of his aunt, who's land was polluted by leaking fuel tanks in Orangeburg.
Bud Fairey, right and C. Alan Runyan, left, attorneys with Speights & Runyan in Hampton SC. Fairey successfully battled Exxon in court on behalf of his aunt, who's land was polluted by leaking fuel tanks in Orangeburg.
Bud Fairey, right and C. Alan Runyan, left, attorneys with Speights & Runyan in Hampton SC. Fairey successfully battled Exxon in court on behalf of his aunt, who's land was polluted by leaking fuel tanks in Orangeburg.

DHEC fuel tank cleanup program falls short

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