DOW CHEMICAL CO. plans to build a $100 million, 20 acre wastewater treatment unit at its Freeport, Tex., petrochemical complex. To consist of 22 aboveground, 1 million gal plus capacity steel tanks, the treatment unit has an estimated completion date in first quarter 1994. DELPHIA OIL TANKER ran aground in Weymouth Four River off Massachusetts near Boston May 3, spilling about 100 bbl of No. 2 fuel oil. The 610 ft Liberian flag tanker was on its way to a Citgo products terminal when it

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