But while the busy gas station is back to normal, the main concern of the spill ripples around the stream where fish and other wildlife were killed.
"Water Shed Association consulted today with the Environmental Protection Agency about what we could do to determine how damaging this event was to creatures who live in the run," says Kate Lehman, an environmental expert.
Much of the debris has been cleaned up, but the smell of the gas and dead fish are still lingering.
Officials say it's not just the fish that have been affected by the spill, it's also smaller creatures in the water that most of us don't even know are there.
"Most people aren't aware there are bugs in the stream. And we don't know yet if those bugs were affected," says Lehman.
The Department of Environmental Protection will continue to test the area until the water is back to normal.
A recovery that will come as nature takes its course.