This 2011 ITRC document provides information about fate and transport, response strategies, and other distinctions when responding to biofuel incidents.
This document provides sampling strategies, monitoring techniques, health risks, and the expected fate of a train derailment.
This overview provides a basic understanding of what biodiesel is, the production process, and key chemical ingredients as well as mitigation measures, expected fate, and health risks in the event of a spill.
This document provides general information about biodiesel in addition to different types of releases, responses, environmental concerns, and applicable regulations if a biodiesel spill occurs.
This document outlines the challenges responders face during a biofuel spill as well as addressing biofuel hazards, clean up techniques, and alternative approaches in the response guides provided.
The outcomes of biofuel cases studies in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana are outlined.
A brief overview of the production process and major chemicals involved in ethanol is provided as well as mitigation measures, health risks, and the expected fate of an ethanol spill.
This document is an outline of the types of potential releases and appropriate responses, environmental concerns, health risks, and applicable regulations that may arise during an ethanol spill.
This document focuses on media transport characteristics, environmental and human health risks, and response options for an ethanol spill.