Poland Spring: What it means to be from a gas station on Rte. 9 in Framingham

The MetroWest Daily News alerts us:

The state Department of Public Health issued a consumer advisory about possible gasoline odors in 3- and 5-gallon jugs of Poland Spring bottled at the company's Framingham plant that sickened at least one person.

The state blames people who used Poland Spring bottles after Sandy to transport gasoline, then returned them to the company.

State advisory.



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    WTF. We find out about gas

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    WTF. We find out about gas only because it has an odor that is difficult to wash away. What other toxins could have been carried in these containers that is slipping past the very shoddy QA from Poland Springs?

    Hey Concord, enjoy the recycling.

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    The Globe ran this

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    Two weeks ago. I told everyone at work to check our cooler, just in case.

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    Best Adam headline in recent memory.

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    I don't always drink Poland

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    I don't always drink Poland Spring, but when I do, I wish I'd gone over to Conti's and bought some Dos Equis from Obama's illegal alien uncle instead.

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