The presence of toluene in the environment does not always lead to exposure. In order for it to cause any adverse health effects, you must come into contact with it.


The Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), benzene (B), toluene (T), ethylbenzene (E), and the isomers of xylene (X) also known as BTEX are important industrial solvents which frequently become industrial contaminants.

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This Guide covers the following key point:
- Introduction
- BTEX Compounds
- Source Of Toluene
- Toluene Detection
 
With a seemingly inexorable rise in the production and release of Toluene and the rest of the BTEX family into the environment it is vitally important that the health dangers and legislative provision are understood to ensure that you go beyond compliance.

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'Detecting Toluene, a Member Of The BTEX Family'

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