SALT LAKE CITY — Crews are responding to a hazmat situation at the Salt Lake City International Airport, according to dispatchers.
A 130-gallon spill of Sonical 2170 VC, a roofing adhesive, took place on the airport construction site, airport officials said on Twitter. A contractor working on the site spilled the chemical in a contained area, officials said.
Crews were working to remove the chemical from the site.
The spill is not near concourses or terminals, and is not impacting flights or other operations at the airport, officials said. No airport workers had been affected by the spill.
The spill is on the construction site and not in the concourses or terminals. It is not impacting airport operations. https://t.co/e9LEZvP5C5
— SaltLakeCityAirport (@slcairport) January 27, 2018
No other details were immediately available. This story will be updated as more information is released.