MTBE Treatment Profiles



MTBE Treatment Profiles Related

Species Profiles:: As part of a larger project designed for the management of threatened, endangered, and sensitive species (TES) on Department of Defense (DoD) lands in the Southeastern United States, animal species profiles are being developed by the U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.

Crop Profiles - Sweetpotato:: A section from an online publication, Sustainable Practices for Vegetble Production in the South

MTBE Resources:: American Petroleum Institute compilation of online technical information on fuel oxygenates (primarily MTBE) in soil, groundwater and surface water. Includes both API-generated material and information from other sources.

Crop Profiles for Apples in New England:: General production information on this crop, the cultural practices involved in growing apples and specific directions for controlling the insect pests, diseases, nematodes and weeds that affect them. [PDF]

Crop Profiles for Pears in New England:: General production information on this crop, the cultural practices involved, insect pests, diseases, nematodes and their control by biological, cultural and chemical means. [PDF]

Treatment of Wood:: An Environmentally Friendly Alternative to the Pressure Treatment of Wood and Lumber. Top Quality Fire Protection.

Assessing the transport and fate of MTBE:: An article on the oxygenates MTBE and TAME and how they have led to contamination of major aquifers, including the Chalk aquifer of southern England.

Bibliography on MTBE and Water Quality:: Searchable database of technical reference citations, by US Geological Survey.

Water Treatment Specialists:: PROXA provides integrated water solutions to the resources, energy and process industries. Our services include engineering, construction and operation of mobile and fixed water treatment systems and cover the entire water cycle.

Washington Arsenic Testing and Treatment:: Arsenic is a primary contaminant that can cause problems in the digestive system, skin, and is a known carcinogen. It is regulated in water with a concentration above 0.0104 mg/L. Arsenic can be difficult to treat, depending on the other constituents in the water. We work with you to determine your water quality goals, and then develop a treatment strategy to meet your needs.

  • New Additions: Fuel Oxygenates
Assessing the transport and fate of MTBE
Bibliography on MTBE and Water Quality
MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether) Information
MTBE Resources