What is Sulfolane and why is it now a Contaminant of
Sulfolane is an organosulfur compound that is highly soluble in water, with a reported solubility of 1,000 g/L (Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines). 
In its pure form, sulfolane is a clear, colourless liquid that is heavier than water. Sulfolane is a persistent contaminant in groundwater and is presumed not
to breakdown easily in low oxygen/low nutrient environments. Link: https://ridgelinecanada.com/steven-finch ...
Posted: 07/08/2020 By: Professor Paul Bardos