Explosion Occurred At The Buncefield Oil Depot
Buncefield explosion is one of the most recent incidents that exposed laxity in regulatory mechanism in the England. The Buncefield accident occurred on Sunday 11th December 2005 at Buncefield oil deport near Hemel Hempstead in Northern London. Various stocks of refined oil products including petrol, aviation turbine fuel, diesel, and gas flamed from Sunday to Wednesday after four days of frantic efforts to put off the fire. It is estimate that particulates and pollutants which were produced from the burning oil products led to air pollution.