A heating oil spill that occurred this weekend is expected to see clean up crews return today. The spill that occurred at Burch Creek near Jeddo and Wilcat roads was reported about 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Much of what officials thought went into the creek was found in the homeowner’s septic tank, according to reports. A Port Huron environmental company, has stated they believe about 300 gallons will be cleaned up including what was found in the septic tank. According to St. Clair County Drain Commissioner Bob Wiley, drinking water will not be affected by the spill he said he expects there to be little in the way of environmental impact. He is hoping money from a federal oil emergency cleanup fund will be used to pay for the efforts, because the property owner does not have insurance.