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The latest on a waterless cooling system leak that forced Evans to shut down the facility on Friday for more than three weeks in January 2018, forcing millions of people in Texas to ration drinking water source Bleachers Report title Evans, Honda to shut plant down for ‘three weeks’ due to CO2 leaking article Evans said on Friday that it would shut down its facility in Texas after a leak of cooling system coolant.
The leak occurred on Thursday, forcing Evans and Honda to temporarily shut down for the third week in January, according to the company.
The leak was discovered in the water cooling system of the Evans plant in North Austin, which is owned by the North Texas Water Supply District.
The Evans facility was built in 2005, and the Honda plant was built about a decade earlier.
The North Texas plant is expected to remain open as the company works to clean up the mess.
Evans told the AP it was a “major inconvenience” and that it was working with the company to determine how much of the leak could be fixed.
Honda did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A few months earlier, a water-cooling system at a Honda plant in Texas blew up in the parking lot of the plant, causing about 1,400 vehicles to lose their coolant pumps.
A Honda spokesperson told CNN that it took about two weeks to repair the water-filtration system.