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Chlorinated hydrocarbon (CHC)

Chlorinated hydrocarbon (CHC)

Definition

A generic term given to a range of chemical compounds composed of chlorine, hydrogen and carbon. The groundwater below the BIP and nearby areas has been contaminated with CHCs. The main CHC contaminants in the Botany groundwater are EDC, CTC, PCE, TCE and VC.
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