Volatile Organic Compounds, such as benzene, toluene, methylene chloride, and methyl chloroform(4), are carbon containing compounds that can evaporate into the air and sometimes end up in groundwater (1)*. VOCs can occur naturally or as a result of human activities. VOCs are also common additives in commercial and household products such as gasoline, varnishes and cleaners (2) and can make their way from these products into groundwater supplies.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (3) and the Minnesota Department of Health, the following factors may contribute to VOC's in private well water:
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