I have to check the fuel islands everyday, I am so sick of seeing diesel fuel all aver the pavement. When it is raining you can see it draining right into the storm drain.What's up with this? I thought UPS was supposed to protect the storm water runoff. Worse yet I hear that they don't even follow fuel drop methods. The tanker driver just drives in, drops the fuel and leaves, no UPS involvement, other than to give the guy the key. What's up with this? Is this legal? I don't want to turn green from drinking the water! More importantly, I don't want my great grandchildren turning green from drinking the water.