MTBE treatment: purifying water and soil

If water and soil are contaminated by MTBE, then a MTBE treatment can be used to purify it. MTBE behaves differently in soil or water. If MTBE contacts water, the water becomes non-potable. It gives water quite an unpleasant taste, even at very low concentrations. That is why it can render large quantities of water non-potable. Which MTBE treatment to use is dependent upon what is contaminated; water, soil or anything else. Based on this information an appropriate MTBE treatment is suggested. If it contaminates water it’s not only hazardous…

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A MTBE treatment cleans water

A MTBE treatment cleans both water and soil if it contains MTBE spills. If this substance hits water, the water becomes non-potable. The result: an unpleasant taste at its best and at very low concentrations. That is why it can render large quantities of water non-potable. Which MTBE treatment to use is dependent upon what is contaminated; water, soil or anything else. Based on this information an appropriate MTBE treatment is suggested. If it contaminates water it’s not only hazardous for the environment, but also for the people living in…

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