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BTEXBenzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene (volatile organic compounds)
BTEXBenzol, Toluol, Ethylbenzol, Xylole (German: Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene; volatile organic compounds)
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BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethyl-benzene and xylene) contamination is caused by fuel leakages around former service-station sites, fuel farms, garages, workshops, gasometers, oil spills, dry cleaners and factories.
BTEX is a chemical cocktail which includes cancer-causing chemical benzene.
5 2450 35 Sample BTEX (b), PAH (c), monobasics [micro]g [micro]g phenols L L mg/l Groundwater PLV [81] 100# 10# 0.
2005) observed similarly slow dissolution rates of BTEX compounds in slow moving natural waters.
outcome of this September 2004 G8 BTEX meeting was very promising in
Unlike other BTEX products, the DehyCombustor eliminates the need to send still column vapors to the reboiler which is a common cause of regenerator fires and reduced emissions control efficiency.
2]) and BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylene, and xylene), and active [PM.
Radial passive samplers for air quality monitoring in field comparison with a BTEX automatic analyser: Preliminary results.
391) As for drilling muds, the recommended testing is only for barium, TPH, and BTEX, and in some cases, for hydrocarbons.
injecting any BTEX compounds an acronym covering "volatile organic
The final MACT standard for this subcategory of small dehydrators requires existing affected sources to meet a unit-specific BTEX emission limit of 3.
These pollutants include, BTEX (a mixture of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes) which are carcinogenic and cause serious problems in the reproductive, respiratory, nervous, cardio-vascular and neurological systems.