BTEX, TPH, and MTBE Remediation at a Former Service Station

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Site Summary

A former service station site was contaminated with TPH including MTBE and BTEX compounds. In California, MTBE sites are ranked in terms of threat to drinking water and this site was designated as a “Class A,” – or a site with the highest priority. Concentrations in the initial MTBE plume ranged from 17,000 ppb to 540 ppb, while initial BTEX concentrations ranged from 46,600 ppb to 39 ppb. ORC was applied downgradient of the site to accelerate the
natural aerobic biodegradation of these compounds and to prevent liability associated with plume migration.

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