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METHANOL : Systemic Agent - CDC

APPEARANCE: Colorless watery liquid.; DESCRIPTION: Methanol is a toxic alcohol that is used industrially as a solvent pesticide and alternative fuel source.It also occurs naturally in humans animals and plants. Foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables fruit juices fermented beverages and diet soft drinks containing aspartame are the primary sources of methanol in the human body.

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Wastewater | METHANOL INSTITUTE

Nearly 200 wastewater treatment facilities across the United States are currently using methanol in their denitrification process. In Washington D.C. the Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Facility one of the largest in the country continually meets if not exceeds national standards for nitrogen loadings in water each year by adding methanol to the treatment process.

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Wastewater | METHANOL INSTITUTE

Nearly 200 wastewater treatment facilities across the United States are currently using methanol in their denitrification process. In Washington D.C. the Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Facility one of the largest in the country continually meets if not exceeds national standards for nitrogen loadings in water each year by adding methanol to the treatment process.

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