Tags: butyl cellosolve

14

Feb

Butyl Cellosolve: An Unknown Contributor to Mining Water Pollution

Harmful chemicals like butyl cellosolve end up in surface and/or ground water after cleaning agents have been rinsed from the mining equipment, and can eventually wind up in streams, lakes, and oceans. Wastewater treatment at mining sites, whilst heavily monitored and managed nowadays, may not completely remove all water-borne contaminants.

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4

Oct

Removing Toxic Butyl Cellosolve From Train Cleaning Operations | Major Australian Mining Company

A major Australian mining company eliminated a dangerous cleaning chemical from site, increased output, improved worker health and reduced costs with the use of Triple7 Heavy Duty. Find out more …

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16

Aug

The Dangers of Butyl Cellosolve

Butyl Cellosolve (CAS #111-76-2 also known as Butyl Cellusolve, Butoxyethanol and Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether) is a toxic agent used in many industrial and domestic cleaners – many of which claim to be non-hazardous. It is absorbed through the skin and lungs causing a variety of health issues depending on the level of exposure.

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