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CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION .. .. ........ ....... ........ ... 1

2.0 HISTORY .. ...... ....... ....... ........ .. 1

3.0 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, AND 182-N-3-DT. .. ..... ....... .. 1

4.0 105-N-LFT .. ..... ........ ........ .... ...... 3

5.0 100-N-SS-27 AND 100-N-SS-28. .. ........ ....... .... 8

6.0 CLOSURE RECOMMENDATIONS: TANK 100-N-SS-28. .. ..... ....... 15

1.0 SUMMARY .. ...... ....... ........ ....... .. 15

8.0 REFERENCES. .. ..... ........ ....... ........ 15

APPENDIXES:

A MEMO DATED 5-18-93 .. ...... ....... ........ .... A-i

B CORRESPONDENCE. ... ....... ........ ....... ... B-i

C UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE REPORTS. ... ....... ........ .... C-i

D VALIDATED SAMPLE DATA. .. ..... ....... ........ ... D-i

FIGURES:

1. Locations of Underground Storage Tanks at the 100-N Area. ... .... 2

2. Sampling Locations at 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, and 182-N-3-DT. .. ... 4

3. Sampling Locations at 105-N-LFT Tank .. ..... ........ ... 7

4. Soil Excavation and Sample Collection at Tank 100-N-SS-27

(3.7 m [12 ft] Below Grade Surface). .. ..... ........ .. 9

5. Soil Excavation and Sample Collection at Tank 100-N-SS-28

(0.46 m and 0.9 m [1.5 ft and 3 ft] Below Grade Surface) .. ..... 10

6. Soil Excavation and Sample Collection at Tank 100-N-SS-28

(3 m [10 ft] Below Grade Surface) .. ... ....... ....... 12

7. Soil Excavation and Sample Collection at Tank 100-N-SS-28

(10.9 cm [36 ft] Below Grade Surface. ... ....... ...... 13

8. Soil Excavation and Sample Collection at Tank 100-N-SS-28

(-12.2, -14.3, and -16.7 m [-40, -47, and -55 ft]) . ..........14

TABLES:

1. Tank Identification. .. ..... ........ ....... .... 3

2. Sample Analyses Results. .. ..... ........ ..........5

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

This report describes the removal/characterization actions concerning

underground storage tanks (UST) at the 100-N Area (Figure 1). Included are

105-N-LFT, 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, 182-N-3-DT, 100-N-SS-27, and 100-N-SS-28.

The text of this report gives a summary of remedial activities. In addition,

correspondence relating to UST closures can be found in Appendix B. Appendix

C contains copies of Unusual Occurrence Reports, and validated sampling data

results comprise Appendix D.

2.0 HISTORY

Tanks 105-N-LFT, 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, 182-N-3-DT, and 100-N-SS-27 are

located in the 100-N Area and were temporarily taken out of service in August

1990. Tank 100-N-SS-28 was removed on July 17, 1991. The single-shell tanks

were constructed of carbon steel and varied in size from 11,356 to 56,781 L

(3,000 to 15,000 gal). All tanks contained diesel fuel with the exception of

Tank 100-N-SS-27, which contained unleaded gasoline. The tanks varied in age

from 11 to 30 years at time of removal (Table 1).

Advance notification for closure of UST 105-N-LFT, 182-N-1-DT,

182-N-2-DT, 182-N-3-DT, and 100-N-SS-27 was given in accordance with Chapter

40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 280/281. This 30-day advance

notification was given to the State of Washington Department of Ecology

(Ecology) on September 20, 1990 (Correspondence No. 9004172). Advance

notification for Tank 100-N-SS-28 was given to Ecology on June 13, 1991

(Correspondence No. 9102476) in accordance with Washington Administrative Code

(WAC) 173-360-385.

Notice of Permanent Closure for UST 105-N-LFT, 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT,

182-N-3-DT, and 100-N-SS-27 was given to Ecology on July 16, 1991

(Correspondence No. 9103422), and Notice of Permanent Closure for

UST 100-N-SS-28 was given on June 13, 1991 (Correspondence No. 9102476) (See

Appendix B).

3.0 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, AND 182-N-3-DT

Tanks 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, and 182-N-3-DT were removed on November

30, 1990. It was noted in the field log book (WHC 1992a) that these tanks

were in excellent condition with no significant rust or dents. A slight

diesel odor, however, was noticed in the tank excavation area. Further

investigation by the site safety officer (SSO) and the field team leader (FTL)

revealed no levels of organic vapor above background detected with HNU meter

(a tradename of HNU Systems, Inc.). It was suggested that the odor was

probably coming from the valve caissons still in place. Samples were

collected for each respective tank and sent offsite for laboratory analysis

(Figure 2). The results of these samples were below detection levels.

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Table 1. Tank Identification. ________

Tank Location Contents Size* Date Removed

182-N-1-DT 100-N Diesel Fuel 15,000 Nov. 30, 1990

182-N-2-DT 100-N Diesel Fuel 15,000 Nov. 30, 1990

182-N-3-DT 100-N Diesel Fuel 15,000 Nov. 30, 1990

105-N-LFT 100-N Diesel Fuel 5,000 Dec. 7, 1990

100-N-SS-27 100-N Unleaded 3,000 Dec. 18, 1990

gasoline

100-N-SS-28 100-N Diesel Fuel 2,000 July 17, 1990*

*Denotes volume in gallons.

**This tank last held unleaded gasoline for approximately 1 year prior to

closure.

After the valve caissons had been removed, further site characterization

continued on March 5, 1991. The soil was noted as looking dark and stained

below the valves. Samples were collected from the discolored soils in all

three caisson locations. Analysis of these samples revealed elevated levels

of petroleum hydrocarbons. On September 14, 1991, further remediation of

contaminated soil under valve caissons was attempted. It was determined that

the contamination extended below and beyond several asbestos-wrapped pipes

that prevented access with the backhoe. Work was delayed until the pipes

could be removed for complete excavation.

On March 26, 1992, the asbestos-wrapped pipes had been removed and

sampling activities were continued. Soil was excavated to a depth of 51 to

63 cm (20 to 25 in.) in each caisson location, and samples were taken. The

FTL noted in the field log book (WHC 1991) that all three sample points were

screened with an OVM meter (a pending tradename of Olympus Corporation) and

were less than detectable at the point of collection. Results from sample

analysis were below action levels. For sample summary, refer to Table 2.

4.0 105-N-LFT

Tank 105-N-LFT was removed on December 7, 1990. The tank was surveyed

and determined to be radiologically contaminated. The outer surface of the

tank measured up to 20,000 counts per minute (cpm) on a Geiger-Mueller meter

(GM). Underground piping and cables prevented proper sloping of the

excavation to allow personnel to enter. Therefore, samples were collected

from the bucket of the backhoe. Four locations were sampled, within the

excavation. Radiological contamination levels of the samples measured between

20,000 to 50,000 cpm. Radiological contamination of samples prevented

laboratory analysis before holding times expired.

On March 30, 1992, resampling activities were implemented (Figure 3).

The tank site was excavated to 3.9 m (13 ft) below ground surface. At this

point, plastic markers used to identify the final depth of original sampling

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excavation were located. Samples were again taken from the bucket of the

backhoe. No indication of tank leakage or petroleum contamination were found

by the FTL at the time of tank removal. Analytical results from samples were

below action levels (See Table 2).

5.0 100-N-SS-27 AND 100-N-SS-28

Tank 100-N-SS-27 was taken out of service on June 22, 1990 because of a

failed tightness test conducted the day before. Twenty- four-hour notification

was made to the Department of Energy (DOE) Richland Operations Office (RL) and

Ecology per 40 CFR 280.61, and an Event Fact Sheet (#D&D/10O-10-90) was

prepared as well. Tank excavation was initiated on December 13, 1990, in

accordance with 40 CFR 280.71. Immediately following tank removal on December-

18, 1990, soil sampling was implemented. Field screening procedures consi sted

of collecting approximately 1/2 cup of soil, placing the soil in a plastic

bag, and sealing by twisting the top, including as much air as possible. The

plastic bag was then shaken for approximately 10 seconds and the OVM probe was

inserted in the bag for a reading. This procedure will be referred to as the

OVM bag technique. Field screening using the OVM bag technique revealed

organic vapor concentrations greater than 200 ppm in the south end of the tank

impression. Additional field screening between 100-N-SS-27 and the sister

tank (100-N-SS-28), which were about 2.7 m (9 ft) apart, showed vapor

concentrations up to 350 ppm. Tank 100-N-SS-27 was noted to be in very good

condition with no observable holes; however, the discovery of petroleum

product in the excavation initiated an Unusual Occurrence Report

(RL-WHC-WHC600EM-1990-0337). It was believed at that time that the

contamination was from occasional overfilling of the tanks and a reported

release of 337 L (89 gal) of gasoline on January 18, 1988 (Unusual Occurrence

WHC-00-88-004-R,D&EO-1). The gravel and porous backfill surrounding the tan ks

may have created a natural pathway for surface spills. Samples were collected

for offsite laboratory analysis (Figure 4). Analytical results from soil

sampling indicate that the contaminated soil from the tank excavation site i s

well above cleanup levels set by the WAC 173-340-745 codes. Therefore,

continued cleanup action was determined to be necessary.

On January 11, 1990, excavation of contaminated soil resumed. An

additional 0.6 m (2 ft) of soil was removed, making the total depth about

4.3 m (14 ft), before reaching the excavation limit of the backhoe. Field

screening using the OVM bag technique revealed elevated levels of volatile

organic vapors ranging from 200 ppm to 350 ppm. There was no indication that

the lower limit of contamination had been reached. The contamination was

believed to extend south under the neighboring tank, 100-N-SS-28. No sample s

were collected at this time for laboratory analysis. It was noted in the 45day

report (Correspondence No. 910299) dated January 31, 1992, that complete

cleanup would require excavation/removal of Tank 100-N-SS-28. The report al sC3

stated that Tank 100-N-SS-28 would be removed within the next three years, at

which time this entire project would be cleaned up or would be included in the

100-NM-i Operable Unit remediation plan.

On July 16, 1991, removal and remediation activities of UST 100-N-SS-28

were implemented under WAC 173-360. Soil was excavated from around the tank

and background samples were taken (Figure 5). The tank was removed the

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following day. Visual inspection revealed the tank to be in very good

condition with no holes or damage that would compromise the integrity of the

tank. However, the bottom half of the tank was somewhat dirty, indicating

that it was in contact with liquid. The excavated area also looked wet in the

centerline of the pit. Additional investigation showed a loose pipe

connection on the delivery line leading from the tank to the pump island. An

eroded area of soil directly underneath the loose connection was observed. A

clay layer of saturated soil 15 to 30 cm (6 to 12 in.) deep at the bottom of

the efcavation appeared saturated with petroleum product. Approximately

2.7 m (3 yd 3 ) of this soil was removed and packaged into barrels for

disposal. Samples were collected at this time (IFigure 6). Another Unusual

Occurrence Report was completed on July 17, 1991, (RL--WHC-NREACTOR-1991-

1030). Analytical results verified the soil to be contaminated with petroleum

product. Maximum levels of toluene were 100 mg/kg and xylene 1800 mg/kg (See

Table 2 for sample analyses results and Appendix C for Unusual Occurrence

Reports).

Excavation of 100-N-SS-28 tank site resumed on September 14, 1991, to

remove the contaminated soil. Backhoe limitations prevented excavating deeper

than 7.6 m (25 ft) below grade surface (BGS). Using the bag technique, OVM

readings were approximately 312 ppm. There was no indication that the extent

of the contamination plume had been determined. Work was abandoned at this

time pending further evaluation. Excavation was continued on April 29, 1992.

A bench for the backhoe was excavated 1.5 m (5 ft) BGS in an attempt to remove

the remaining contaminated soil. At 10 m (33 ft) BGS, the OVM bag technique

was utilized. Readings of 440 ppm were detected in the head space of the bag.

Backhoe limitations were once again encountered at 10.0 m (36 ft) BGS, at

which point OVM bag readings were 760 ppm. Samples were collected for offsite

laboratory analysis (Figure 7). These sample results confirmed petroleum

product in the soil. Maximum Levels were toluene, 4.7 mg/kg; diesel, 1000

mg/kg; and kerosene, 3085 mg/kg (See Table 2).

On September 9, 1992, borehole sampling was implemented. The borehole

was positioned over the previous excavation area and soil borings were

collected to assess remaining contamination in the soil. The borehole started

at ground level, drilling through the backfill, and was to extend 1.5 m (5 ft)

below the lowest point of contamination detected by field instruments, or a

maximum of 16.8 m (55 ft) BGS. Sample collection began near contact between

clean fill and native soil, which was approximately 11 m (36 ft) BGS. Samples

were collected from the borehole cuttings at approximately 12.2, 14.3, and

16.8 m (-40, 47, and 55 ft) and sent offsite for analysis (Figure 8).

Analytical results from these samples were less than detectable (See Table 2).

As the borehole was abandoned, three vapor probes were installed at

approximately 6.1, 10.1, and 12.5 m (-20, 33, and 41 ft) depths. Field

screening analysis of vapors through these probes have been below detection

levels.

During the most recent excavation of this tank site (April 29, 1992),

petroleum product was present in the soil. The lack of contamination found

during soil boring activity could be a result of volatilization and

biodegradation of the petroleum contaminants. It is also possible that the

borehole did not intersect the remaining contamination.

Groundwater in the vicinity of the excavation is at approximately 18.2 m

(60 ft). Four groundwater wells are located near the old 100-N fuel station

(Tanks 100-N-SS-27/100-N-SS-28). These wells are 199-N-54, 199-N-55, 199-N-

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56, and 199-N-57 (See Figure 1). They have been monitored for total petroleum

hydrocarbons (TPH) and for benzene, toluene, M+P-xylene, and 0-xylene (BTEX)

from 1988 to present. Records back to 1988 indicate that no organic carbons

(other than chloroform) have been detected in any of these wells.

6.0 CLOSURE RECOMMENDATIONS: TANK 100-N-SS-28

The WAC 173-340 "Model Toxic Control Act--Cleanup" and WAC 173-360

"Underground Storage Tank Regulations" are the established guidelines. These

guidelines specify the means and degree for any corrective/cleanup action. If

contaminated soil is found in contact with the groundwater or if soil

contamination appears to extend below the lowest soil sampling depth, testing

shall include the installation of groundwater monitoring wells to test for the

presence of possible groundwater contamination. The minimum testing will be

for BTEX and TPH constituents. Based upon these guidelines, recommendations

of Site Remediation Management (SRM) are as follows:

Option 1: Excavate the area in question using an excavator capable of

reaching depths of at least 12 m (40 ft).

(a) If contamination is not present after excavating to 40 ft BGS, SRM will

consider the site to be clean from petroleum product.

(b) If contamination is determined to be present, excavation will continue

until contaminated soils are removed, or Option 2 will be used.

Option 2: Install monitoring wells as required by the regulations. Because

there are some wells already in close proximity, a compromise could possibly

be reached with the State of Washington concerning the number of wells needed.

7.0 SUMMARY

This document was created in an effort to summarize the

remediation/characterization activities concerning USTs at 100-N Area and to

compile supporting documentation. The 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT, 182-N-3-DT, and

105-N-LFT UST's are considered clean closed (Appendix A). The 100-N-SS-27 and

100-N-SS-28 UST site are pending a preferred alternative decision for clean

closure. Tables have been created summarizing analytical results. Maps and

figures of removal sites and sample locations are included. Copies of all

official correspondence letters are contained in Appendix B. Unusual

Occurrence Reports can be found in Appendix C, and validated sample

documentation from the offslte laboratories is included in Appendix D.

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8.0 REFERENCES

40 CFR 280, 1992, "Technical Standards and Corrective Action Requirements for

Owners and Operators of Underground Storage Tanks (UST)," Code of

Federal Regulations, as amended.

40 CFR 281, 1992, 'Approval of State Underground Storage Tank Programs," Code

of Federal Regulations, as amended.

WAC 173-340, 1990, "The Model Toxics Control Act Cleanup Regulations," Code of

Federal Regulations, as amended.

WAC 173-360, 1990, "Underground Storage Tank Regulations," Washington

Administrative Code, as amended.

WHC, 1991, Field Log Book, "Underground Storage Tank Investigation," EFL-1009,.

Westinghouse Hanford Company, Richland, Washington.

WHC, 1992a, Field Log Book, "Underground Storage Characterization and

Remediation," WHC-N-349, Westinghouse Hanford Company, Richland,

Washington.

WHC, 1992b, Field Log Book, "100-N Gas Station Leaking Underground Storage

Tank Investigation," EFL-1044, Westinghouse Hanford Company, Richland,

Washington.

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APPENDIX A

MEMO DATED KAY 18, 1993

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KHanford Company Mnemna

From: Site Remediation Management Section 81353-93-027

Phone: 6-9218 H6-04~

Date: May 18, 1993

Subject: UST 182-N AND 105-N

To: G. S. Hunacek XO-41

cc: C. A. Rowley H6-04

D. J. Watson XO-41

RCR File/LB

Regarding Underground Storage Tanks 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-DT,

182-N-3-DT, AND 105-N-LFT. I was present during removal of

these UST's and performed the original site assessment. I

have reviewed the sample data from the removal and sampling

activities.

Tank 105-N-LFT was not contaminated with petroleum

product and is considered clean.

Tanks 182-N-1,2,3-DT were not contaminated with

petroleum products. There was some incidental

contamination from the valves and piping which has been

removed and is considered clean.

R. C. Roc s

Manager

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CORRESPONDENCE

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CONTENTS

Advance Notification for Closure of Underground

Storage Tanks at the Hanford Site (9004172) .. .. . .... ........ B-1

Information and Notifications for Underground

Storage Tanks at the Hanford Site (9103422) .. .. ..... ........ B-5

Forty-Five Day Report for Underground Storage

Tank 100-N-SS-27 (9100299) .. .... ...... . .... .........- 9

Underground Storage Tank 100N-SS-28

Closure (9155942D) .. .... ...... . .... ...... . .....- 17

Permanent Closure of Underground Storage

Tank 10ON-SS-28 (9102476) .. .. .... . ...... .... . ......- 27

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CORRESPONDENCE DISTRIBUTION COVERSHEET

Author Addressee Correspondence No.

R. D. Izatt Timothy L. Nord 9004172

Subject: ADVANCE NOTIFICATION FOR CLOSURE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS AT

THE HANFORD SITE

INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION

Approval. Date Name Location w/att

Correspondence Control A3-01.* X

M. R. Adams H4-55* X

R. J. Bliss 83-04 X

L. C. Brown H4-51 X

G. 0. Carpenter H4-15* X

R. A. Evanhoff GR-10* X

K. A. Gano XO-21* X

C. J. Geier H4-57 X

E- M. Greager .L6-60* X

R. P. Henckel H4-55* X

K. L. Hoewing 83-06 X

M. C. Hughes RI-15 X

G. S. Hunacek XO-4i* X

K. N.; Jordan B2-15* X

R. E. Lerch (assignee) 82-35 x

M. A. tMihalic R1-15* X

M. R. Morton R2-77* X

R. J. Pyzel XO-42* X

R. L. Shuck S4-67* X

D. E. Simpson 83-51 X

0. R. Speer R2-77* X

G. E. Van Sickle RI-15 X

B. L. Vedder 82-19* X

D. J. Watson XO-4i* X

R. D. Wojtasek 82-15 X

*ADDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION EM 42

54-6000-i17(EF) WEF008

Correspondence Distribution Coversheet

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I!". Richland

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Department of Energy

Operations Office

90-ERS-117 E2 i0

Mr. Timothy L. Nord

Hanford Project Manager

State of Washington

Department of Ecology

Mail Stop PV-11

Olympia, Washington 98504-8711

Dear Mr. Nord:

Richiand, Washington 99352 Icmn 047

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ADVANCE NOTIFICATION FOR CLOSURE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS AT THE HANFORD

SITE

Enclosed is a listing of the underground storage tanks (UST) that are being

planned for removal (closure) at the Hanford Site. This notification is

given in accordance with 40 CFR 280/281 to provide a 30-day advance

notification prior to their removal.

Tanks 105-N LFT, 182-N-1-DT, 182-N-2-OT, 182-N-3-DT, and 100-N-SS-27 are

located at the 100-N Area (N Reactor) and were temporarily taken out of

service in August 1990. They are single wall tanks constructed of carbon

steel and vary in size from 3,000 to 15,000 gallons. They vary in age from

11 to 30 years. All the tanks contained diesel fuel except 100-N-SS-27

which contained unleaded gasoline. Due to the complexity of the site, the

piping associated with these tanks (approximately 1,200 linear feet of 2-inch

and 4-inch diameter) will be pressure tested, capped, and left in place to

be remediated when the entire site is decommissioned/remediated. The actual

removal of these tanks is currently scheduled to begin in mid-October.

Tanks 3000-1, 3000-2, 3000-3, and 3000-4 are located in the 3000 area and

were temporarily taken out of service in February of 1990. They are also

single wall tanks constructed of carbon steel and are each approximately

12,000 gallons in size. They are all approximately 40 years old and contained

either gasoline (both leaded and unleaded) or diesel fuel. The removal of

these tanks is scheduled to begin in December and be completed prior to

February.. Their actual removal dates may vary dependent upon winter weather

conditions. Concurrent with the removal of these tanks, tank 325 'will also

be removed. This tank was discovered on site in 1989. Advance notification

for closure of tank 325 was given in Mr. Leo Little's letter to

Mr. Tom Lufkin of June 25, 1990, "Information and notifications for

underground storage tanks at the Hanford Site.' Tank 325 was previously

used to store emergency diesel generator fuel. Although considered exempt

from current regulations, it will be removed under guidance of 40 C-FR 280/281.

The tank is approximately 550 gallons in size and is located in the Hanford

300 Area.

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Incoming 9004172

Mr. Timothy L. Nord -2- SE

Site assessments and sampling of the tanks will be performed as pa rt of each

tank closure. The Washington State Department of Ecology will be notified

of any unusual circumstances in accordance with the regulations. Additional

USTs are planned for removal in early 1991, but have not yet been scheduled.

Additional notification will be made prior to their removal. When the

closures are complete, revised notification forms will be forwarded to you.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please call

Mr. P. M. Pak at (509) 376-4798.

Sincerely,

ttDirector

ERD: PMP Environm ntal Restoration Division

Enclosure

cc w/encl:

W. H. Bodily, KEH

P. T. Day, EPA

1-R. E. Lerch, WHC

T. B. Veneziano, WHC

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UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

PLANNED FOR REMOVAL/CLOSURE DURING FY 1991

Incoming 9004172

ENCLOSURE

Size Date Removed

Tank # Location Contents (Gallons) From Service Scheduled Removal

105-N-LFT 100-N Diesel Fuel 5,000 Aug. 1990 mid-October 1990

182-N-1-DT 100-N Diesel Fuel *15,000 Aug. 1990 mid-October 1990

182-N-2-OT 100-N Diesel Fuel 15,000 Aug. 1990 mid-October 1990

182-N-3-DT 100-N Diesel Fuel 15,000 Aug. 1990 mid-October 1990

100-N-SS-27 100-N Unleaded 3,000 Aug. 1990 mid-October 1990

Gasoline

3000-1 3000 Either Leaded 12,000 Feb. 19.90 December* 1990

Area or Unleaded

Gasoline or

Diesel Fuel

3000-2 3000 12,000 Feb. 1990 December* 1990

Are a

3000-3 3000 12,000 Feb. 1990 December* 1990

Are a

3000-4 3000 "12,000 Feb. 1990 December* 1990

Are a

325 300 Diesel Fuel 550 Unknown December* 1990

Area

*Actual removal dates may vary dependent upon winter weather conditions.

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CORRESPONDENCE DISTRIBUTION COVERSHEET

Author Addressee Correspondence No.

Leo E. Little Mike C Osweiler Incoming 9103422

RL Ecology XRF: 91543690

subject: INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATIONS FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS AT THE

HANFORD SITE

INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION

Approval Date Name Location I'/att

Correspondence Control A3-01

M. R. Adams H4-55

R. J. Bliss, Level 1 83-04

L. C. Brown H4-51

G. D. Carpenter B2-16

M. L. Douglas R2-77

R. A. Evanoff G4-10

K. A. Gano XO-21

C. J. Geier H4-57

R. P. Henckel H-4-55

K. L. Hoewing B3-06

M. C. Hughes (2) L4-88

G. S. Hunacek XO-42

R. E. Lerch, Assignee B2-35

M. A. Mihalic L4-88

A. D. Poor G4-11

R. L. Shuck S4-67

E. H. Smith 132-19

0. J. Watson XO-41

R. D. Wojtasek L4-92

EDMC H4-51

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Department of Energy/

Richland Operations Office

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91-ERB-129

P.O. Box 550

Richland, Washington

JUL 16 1991

99352

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Incoming: 9103422

Mr. Mike C. Osweiler

Nuclear and Mixed Waste,

Hanford Project

State of Washington

Department of Ecology

7601 W. Clearwater, Suite 102

Kennewick, Washington 99336

!:

Dear Mr. Osweiler:

INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATIONS FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (USTs) AT THE

HANFORD SITE

The following notifications and information on the Hanford USTs is attached to

comply with the requirements of the State of Washington Department of

Ecology's (Ecology) UST Regulations as described in WAC 173-360.

Washington State UIST Notification Forms

The Notification forms provided in Attachment 1, have been updated to delete

those tanks removed during Calendar Year (CY) 1990 and CY 1991 (to date), and

to include 12 active emergency generator tanks that were previously

interpreted as being exempt from the Federal UIST Regulations. In addition,

21 abandoned LISTs, all of which were taken out of service prior to

December 22, 1988, have been included. The notification forms do not include

the deferred heating oil tanks that do not require operating permits.

Notice o-f Permanent Closure of STs 105-N-LFT. 182-N--Dr. 182-N-2-DT.

182-N-3-DT. and 100-N-SS-27

Since the tanks (105-N-LFT, 182-N-I-Or, 182-N-2-DT, 182-N-3-DT, and

100-N-SS-27) were removed prior to the time of Ecology's UIST Regulations'

becoming effective, the old Notice of Permanent Closure of UST forms have been

used and included in Attachment 2. The LISTs removed after December 29, 1990,

(3000-1/-2/'-3/'-4) will have the required forms submitted in accordance with

173-360-630 (12) after the site is closed or when final remediation is

complete. (This was a release site.)

Closure of STs at the Hanford Site

A total of nine (9) LISTs have been permanently closed (removed) in

CY 1990/1991 to date. Five LISrs (105-N-LFT, 182-N-I-Or, 182-N-2-DT, 182-11-3-

OT, and 100-N-SS-27) required by CFR 280/281 to be closed by December 22;

1990, were closed (removed) prior to that date. Those USTs (3000-1/-Z/-3/-4)

that were permanently taken out of service in February 1990, were removed in

January 1991. Attachment 3 lists these LISTs, their locations, contents, date

removed from service, and their actual removal dates.

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Mr. Mike C. Osweiler -2- SII-141~

The advance notification for removal of these USTs (Letter 90-ERB-117,

Mr. R. D. Izatt, DOE-RL, to Mr. Timothy L. Nord, Ecology, 'Advance

Notification for Closure of Underground Storage Tanks at the Hanford Site,w

dated September 20, 1990) stated that approximately 1,200 linear feet of

2-inch and 4-inch diameter piping associated with the USTs to be removed at

the N Reactor site would be pressure tested, capped, and left in place until

final remediation of the N Reactor site. Since pressure testing is not a

requirement of 40 CFR 280.71, nor of WAC 173-360-385, the lines were capped,

but not pressure tested. There was no history of any leakage associated with

these tanks/piping, and therefore, no reason to suspect any leakage. However,

a recent site inspection resulted in notification to Ecology of a site

leak/spill associated with the piping system.

The advance notification also stated that a non-regulated, abandoned UST

(tank 325) located in the 3000 Area would be removed along with tanks

3000-1/-2/-3/'-4. Because of funding considerations, this tank was not removed

at that time. Its removal will be rescheduled as funding becomes available

and advance notification will be provided as required by the regulations.

The sites of LISTs 100-N-SS-27 and 3000-1/-2/-3/-4 (one site) were discovered

to be release sites after the tanks were removed. These sites were

contaminated with gasoline and diesel fuel which, apparently, were the result

of spills/tank overfills and, in the 3000 Area, the result of leaking

pressurized piping associated with the LISTs. Notifications were made to

Ecology as required by the regulations, and the sites have been inspected by

Ecology personnel. A remediation plan is being prepared for the 3000 Area

site and will be made available to Ecology for review and comments prior to

being finalized. (The initial draft is expected to be completed by June 25.)

The sister tank to the 100-N-SS-27 tank (UIST 100-N-22-28) is planned to be

removed in mid-July to facilitate the characterization/remediation of this

site. 30-day advance notification has been provided to Ecology for the

removal effort.

All the LISTs that have been removed as indicated above (with the exception of

the 105-LFT tank) are currently stored at the 100-C Area on the Hanford Site

and are scheduled to be disposed of at off site as scrap. A subcontract for

this action is currently being prepared and is expected to be completed by

August 1991. After its removal, the 105-LFT tank was discovered to be

radioactively contaminated on its exterior surface and is undergoing

decontamination at N Area prior to its being cut up and disposed of at the low

level waste burial ground on the Hanford Site.

The site of LISTs 3000-5/46 (which were removed in September 1989) was also

discovered to have been a release site (see the 45-day report dated

November 1, 1989) and was resampled and then backfilled in January 1991.

Based on the initial sampling results, no additional remedlatlon was required.

Confirmation soil samples were taken and the results of the analysis, along

with the applicable forms as required by WAC 173-360, will be submitted to

Ecology for concurrence on closing the site.

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Mr. Mike C. Osweiler -3- 91-ERB-129

At is M

Hanford UST Tightness Testing and Piping Pressure Testing for CY 1991

Attachment 4 provides the results of the tightness testing required by 40 CFR

280. Tightness testing was completed by December 22, 1990, for all the USTs

as required by the regulations. The results were acceptable with the

exceptions of UST 200E-HSF17 (helicopter refueling pad) and UST 100-N-SS-27.

UST 2OOE-HSF17 was found to have a leak around each of its manhole covers

during its initial testing in August 1990. In addition, testing on

its suction piping was not completed due to an internal pump leak. The tank

was temporarily taken out of service, repaired, and was successfully retested

on December 28, 1990. UST 100-N-SS-27 was determined to have a leak near the

top of the tank. This tank was removed from service in June and closed

(removed) in December 1990.

If there are any questions concerning this matter, please contact

Mr. Paul M. Pak of my staff at (509) 376-4798.

Sincerely,

Peo!E.itteAssistant Manager

ERD:PMP Xor Environmental Management

Attachments:

1. Washington State UST Notification Form

2. Notice of Permanent Closure of liSTs

3. Hanford liSTs Closures During CY 1990/1991

4. Hanford UiST Tank Tightness Testing

and Piping Pressure Testing for CY 1990

cc w/att:

P. T. Day, EPA

T. Lufkin, Ecology

T. 1. Nord, Ecology

T. B. Veneziano, WHC

cc w/o att:

W. H. Bodily, KEH

T. D. Chikalla, PNL

R. E. Lerch, WfIC

M. C. Hughes, WHC

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CORRESPONDENCE DISTRIBUTION COVERSHEET

Author Addressee Correspondence wo.

N. M. Highland Dave Nylander Incoming 9100299

U.S. Dept. of Energy Ecology XRF: 91506830

Subject: FORTY-FIVE DAY REPORT FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK IOON-SS-27

INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION

ApprovaL Date Name Location Wlat t

Correspondence Control A3-01 X

M. Rt. Adams H4-55 X

R. J. Bliss B3-04 X

L. C. Brown H4-51 X

G. D. Carpenter B2-16 X

M. L. Douglas R2-77 X

R. A. Evanoff G4-10 X

K. A. Gano XO-21 X

C. J. Geier H4-57 X

R. P. Henckel H4-55 X

K. L. Hoewing B3-06 X

M. C. Hughes (2) L4-88 X

G. S. Hunacek X

1. D. Jacques ~ t6-60 X

K. Rt. Jordan B3-51 X

Rt. E. Lerch (assignee) B2-35 X

M. A. Mihalic L4-88 X

A. D. Poor G4-11 X

R. J. Pyzel XO-42 X

-ft. L. Shuck S4-67 X

E. H. Smith B2-19 X

D. R. Speer R2-77 X

G. E. Van Sickle R2-81 X

D. J. Watson XO-41 X

R. 0. Wojtasek L4-92 X

EDMC H4-51

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Mr. Dave Nylander

State of Washington

Department of Ecology

7601 W. Clearwater, Suite 102

Kennewick, WA 99336

Dear Mr. Nylander:

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Department of Energy

P-0 Bu- 550

JAN~ 3 Incoming

9100299

FORTY-FIVE DAY REPORT FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (UST) 100N-22-27

Attached are the Twenty and Forty Five Day Reports on UST 100N-SS-27, that was

discovered to be leaking after its removal on December 18, 1990. This report

is the required follow-up of the verbal notification given to the Washington

State Department of Ecology by the U.S. Department of Energy Richland

Operations Office (DOE-RL) on December 19, 1990. A Twenty/Forty Five Day

report was previously submitted (July 1990) for this same UST when it was

discovered to have a minor leak during tightness testing.

Should you have any questions or require additional information, please

contact Mr. N. G. Thomas of my staff on (509) 376-9624 or Mr. M. C. Hughes of

Westinghouse Hanford Company on (509) 373-3262.

Sincerely,

Nadine M. Highland, Director

SID:NGT Site Infrastructure Division

Endlosure

cc w/encl:

P. T. Day, EPA

R . E. Lerch, WHC tggZ.3

R. F. Stanley, Ecology

T. L. Nord, Ecology

R. A. Holten, DOE-RL

G. M. Bell, DOE-RL

R. D. Izatt, DOE-RL

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INTRODUCTION

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FORTY-FIVE DAY REPORT

FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK IOON-SS-27

This report describes the site investigation and remediation plan for

the 100N-SS-27 fuel tank removal, located in the 100 N Reactor Area on the

Hanford site at the Fuel Station (Figure 1). The tank, approximately 23 years

old, has a 3,000 gallon capacity and was last used to store unleaded gasoline.

The tank was taken out of service on June 22, 1990, because of a failed

tightness test conducted the previous day. Twenty-four hour notification was

made to DOE-RL and Ecology per 40CFR280.61, and an Event Fact Sheet (#D&D/100-

10-90) was prepared as well.

TANK EXCAVATION

Tank excavation and tank removal were completed on December 18, 1990.

Approximately 25 feet of associated piping was removed from the ground along

with the tank. An inspection of the tank did not reveal any holes or cracks

and the overall condition of the tank was very good. The tank was taken to

the 190-C storage pad and will be cleaned and sold as scrap.

Immediately following the lifting of the tank, soil sampling was

conducted to test for the presence of contaminated soil . Samples were

collected for laboratory analyses of volatile and semi-volatile compounds to

assess potential petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. An organic vapor

monitor (OVM; HNU model PL 101) was used for the field investigation. The

field procedure consisted of collecting approximately 1/2 cup of soil, placing

it in a plastic bag, and sealing by twisting the top while including as much

air as possible. The plastic bag was then shaken for approximately 10 seconds

and the OVM probe was inserted in the bag for a reading. Photographs were

taken during and after tank excavation to document the condition of the tank

and surrounding soil.

INITIAL FIELD INVESTIGATION

The field sampling in the north 8 feet of the excavation (see Figure 2)

did not indicate a presence volatile organics. Samples taken at the south end

of the tank impression had readings in excess of 200 ppm. Additional field

samples were taken on the south end of the excavation between the IOON-SS-27

and -28 tank, approximately 9 feet apart, which showed vapor concentrations of

up to 350 ppm. Field sampling along the piping trench did not reveal the

presence of any volatile organics.

In addition to the field screening, additional samples were collected in

the same approximate locations, for laboratory analyses (Figure 2). These

were taken with new stainless steel spoons and deposited directly into clean

QA I-Chem bottles. The samples were packed in ice and sent to the K-25

Laboratory in Oak Ridge Tennessee for analysis. Chain of custody records will

be maintained.

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INITIAL CLEAN UP

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

The initial site remediation plan was to excavate while taking field

samples until clean soil was encountered. Because the tank was in good

condition, the contamination was believed to be from a confirmed and reported

83- to 95-gallon spill that occurred on January 18, 1988, and from occasional

overfills and spills that may have gone unreported over the tank's 20 plus

years of service.

On January 11, 1990, another 2 feet of soil was removed from the south

end of the excavation with every 5th bucket being sampled with the OVM bag

technique. The last 4 buckets showed sequentially greater concentrations of

volatile organic vapors, ranging from 200 ppm to 350 ppm. There was no

indication that the lower limit of contamination had been reached. The

contamination is believed to extend south, under the neighboring tank, 100N-

SS-28 (Figure 3).

INTERIM PLAN

The l00-N-SS-28 tank will be removed within the next three years.

Because complete clean up would require excavation back under this tank, it is

planned to remediate the entire site at a later date. The cleanup may take

place at the time of removal of the 100-N-SS-28 tank or as part of the 100-NM-

1 Operable Unit. The 100-N-SS-28 was tightness tested on October 18, 1990 and

was determined to be tight per 40CFR280.43(c). Furthermore, filling

procedures have been implemented that prevent any tank overfills.

There are four ground water monitoring wells positioned down stream of

the fuel station. These wells have been monitored since June 1989 for a

limited constituent list. The majority of the organic constituents were below

detectable limits. Any elevated quantities of aliphatic hydrocarbons

(indicating diesel fuel) would have shown up in the volatile organic analysis.

None were found in any of the groundwater samples collected from these wells.

In consideration of the above information, it is believed that the

source of the existing contamination has been eliminated.

We are continuing to investigate the cause of the contaminated soil

found under tank 100-N-SS-27. Other measures are being taken to determine the

extent of the contaminated soil and whether cleanup should be deferred until

100-N-SS-28 tank is removed in three years.

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TWENTY-DAY REPORT

FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK 100N-SS-27

9150027D

ATTACHMENT

This report describes the site investigation and intended remediation

activities for the 100N-SS-27 underground storage tank. This 3000 gallon tank

site is located at the 100 N Area Service Station on the Hanford Site and is

approximately 23 years old. It was last used to store unleaded gasoline. The

tank was taken out of service on June 22, 1990, because of a failed tightness

test conducted the day before. The leak was determined to be in the top of

the tank where the fill tube is attached. This portion of the tank does not

normally contain product, but was used for the tightness test. This was

previously reported to Ecology in July 1990 via a 20/45 Day Report.

Tank excavation and removal were initiated on December 13, 1990, per 40 CFR

280.71. Immediately following the tank removal on December 18, soil sampling

was conducted to test for the presence of contaminated soil. Samples were

collected for laboratory analyses of volatile and semi-volatile compounds to

assess potential petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. An organic vapor

monitor was used for the field investigation. The field procedure consisted

of collecting approximately 1/2 cup of soil, placing it in a plastic bag, and

sealing by twisting the top while including as much air as possible. The

plastic bag was then shaken for approximately 10 seconds and the OVM probe was

inserted in the bag for a reading.

The field sampling indicated organic vapor concentrations greater than 200 ppm

were present in the south end of the tank impression. Additional samples

taken on the south end between the 100N-SS-27 and -28 tank, approximately nine

feet apart, showed vapor concentrations of up to 350 ppm.

The tank was in very good condition with no observable holes. It is believed

that the contamination was from occasional overfilling of the tanks and from

an 83 to 95 gallon spill that occurred on January 18, 1988, (and reported to

Ecology). The gravel and porous backfill surrounding the tanks may have

created a natural pathway for surface spills.

Current plans are to remove the contaminated soil from the tank impression,

sample for organic vapors, and backfill once the excavation is determined to

be clean. The contaminated soil will be taken to an area where it can be

stored on plastic for proposed solid phase remediation at a later date. The

tank has been taken to a storage pad and will be cleaned/flushed and disposed

of as clean salvage.

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

CORRESPONDENCE DISTRIBUTION COVERSHEET

Author Addressee Correspondence go.

M. A. Mihalic, 6-0967 E. A. Bracken, RL 91559420

sub~ject: UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK 100N-SS-28 CLOSURE

INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION

ApprovaL Date Name Location W/att

Correspondence Control A3-01 X

President's Office 83-01

R. J. Bliss 133-04 X

G. D. Carpenter B2-16 X

M. L. Douglas R2-77 X

C. 3. Geier H4-57 X

x R. P. Henckel 1-4-55 X

IAIAK. L. Hoewing B3-06 X

&I /,M. C. Hughes (2) L4-88 X

Xf~- G. S. Hunacek XO-41 X

R. E. Lerch B2-35 X

xM. A. Mihalic 1-4-88 X

R. G. Shuck S4-67 X

* E. H. Smith B2-19 X

X D . J. Watson XO-41 X

R. D. Wojtasek L4-92 X

EDMC 114-22 X

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Westinghouse WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

~JHanford Company

P.0. Box 1970 Richland, WA 99352

August 14, 1991 91559420

Ms. E. A. Bracken, Director J.

Environmental Restoration Division .

U.S. Department of Energy

Field Office, Richland

Richland, Washington 99352

Dear Ms. Bracken:

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK IOON-SS-28 CLOSURE

Attachment I to this letter is the completed Permanent Closure/Change-In-

Service Checklist, and Attachment 2 (two copies) is the Site Check/Site

Assessment Checklist for underground storage tank 100N-SS-28, which was

permanently closed (removed) on July 17, 1991. These checklists are required

to be submitted to Ecology in accordance with the requirements of Washington

Administrative Code 173-360-630 (12).

The U.S. Department of Energy Field Office, Richland, is requested to submit

these checklists to the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) no

later than August 19, 1991. Attachment 3 is a draft transmittal letter to

Ecology.

If you have questions regarding this information, please call me on 376-7000,

or Mr. M. C. Hughes at 376-0787.

Very truly yours,

R. D. Wojtasek, Manager

Environmental Restoration Program

Environmental Division

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Attachments 3

RL - J. K. Erickson

E. D. Goller

R. 0. Puthoff (w/o attachments)

R. P. Saget

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

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91 55942D

ATTACHMENT 1

2 Pages


WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK

Site Check/Site Assessment Checklist

Tbc pur pose oft this form is to certify the proper invesligatiufl of atn USTstc for thc prcscncc of a release. These acu iviics

shall he conducted in aceordatncc with Chzuptcr 1 73.3(A) WAC. A description of thc various sit uzt ions requiring a site

check or sitc assessment is provided in the guidance document for LIST site checks and site assessments.

This Site Check/Sitc Assessment Chcckli.-t shall he completed and signed by a person rcgistcrcd with the Department of

Ecology to perform sitc asescssmcnts.

Two copies of the results of the site check or site assc.ssmcnt should bc included with this checklist according to the reporting

requirements in the guidance document for LIST site checks and site assessments.

For further information about comipleting this form, plcase contact thc Department of Ecology LIST Program.

The completed checklist should he mailcd to thfe following iddrcss:

1. LIST SYSTEM OWNER AND LOCATION

Underground Storage Tank Section

Department of Ecology

Mail Stop PV- I I

Olym~pia. WA 98504-8711

UST Owner/Operato: IJ~f l3rt.Mggt nf Pgrgy Richlandl nopra-tinnc

Owners Address: 825 Jadwinf

SOWt

Richland

cey

WA

550

P 0. 50-t

99352

zIP CO"

.Telephone: (509 ) 3767387

Site 10 Number (an invoice or available from Ecology if tank is registered):

01 2763

She/Business Name: U.S. Department of Energy - Richland Operations

Sao Address: 825 Jadwin P.O. Box 550

skem

Benton

co.-v~

Richland WA 99352

Ciy om ZIP Cod*

2. SITE CHECKISITE ASSESSMENT CONDUCTED BY:

Registered Person: Ronald M - Mi tchell1

Address: Westinghouse Hanford Company P. 0. Box 1970

Telephone: (509 ) 3765122

Richland WA 99352 -

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WHC-SDI-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

This page must be completed separately for each tank permanently closed (decommissioned) or change-

In-service at the site. For additional tanks you may photocopy this form prior to completing.

3. TANK CLOSURE/CH-ANGE.IN-SERVICE INFORMATION

1. Tank ID Number (as registered with Ecology): 10ON-SS-28 2. Year installed: 1 976

3. Tank capacity in gallons: 2000______________ 4. Date of last use: 12/90__________

5. Last substance stored: Ulae Gsoie6. Date of clostue/change-in-seivice: 7/1 7/91

7. Type of closure: Closure with lank Rlemoval [I In-place Clostite Change-in-Seivice L

8. It in-place closure is used, the tank has been filled with the following substance: N/A

9. If change-in-service, Indicate new substance stored in tank: N/A

10. Local per mit (s) (it any) obtained from: N/A

Always contact local authorities regarding permit requirements.

11. Has a site assessment been completed? Yes Eli No

Unless an external release detection system is operating at the time o1 closure or change in service, and a report is provided as specified in WAC

173-360-390, a site assessment must be conducted. This site assessmenit must be cotiducted by a person registered with the Department of

Ecology to perform site assessmeonts. Remilts of tits site ass essapent must be included will) tite Site Assessment Checklist (ECY01O-158).

4. CHECKLIST

Each item of thc following checklist shall he initialed by the licensed stipervisnir whose signature appears below.

___________________ ___ __________________ Yes No NA*

1. Has all liquid been removed from product lities?

2. Has all product piping been capped or removed?

3. Have all non-product lines been capped or removed?

4. Have all liquid and accumulated sludges been removed from the tank?

S. Has the tank been properly purged or inefted?

6. Have the drop tube, fill pipe, gauge pipe, pumps and other tank fixures been removed?

7. Have all tank openings been plugged or capped? NOTE: One plug should have 1/8 inch vent hole.

8. Have all sludges removed from the tank been designated and disposed of in accordance with the stale

of Washington's dangerous waste regulations (Chapter 173-303 WAC)?____ ___

9. If removed, was tank properly labeled and disposed of in accordance with all applicable local, state

and federal regulations? LABELED AND AWAITING FINAL DISPOSAL ________

Iftemn not applicable

I hereby certify that I hravne been I/ne licensed sitpen'isor preset opt site dttring tire arbove listen pernianent closure activities and to

tihe best of rmy knowledge threy have beenl conldrilcen in colliplhurnCC Ivitirtill applicable stale rrndfcderal lirs, regulations and

procedures pertaining to rtndergrortinnl trrage tanik.

Personrs surinitting false inrformratin tire srtbject i peptalriesurnder Cjter 173.360 111/1 C.

5. ADDITIONAL REQUIRED SIGNATURES

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ATTACHMENT 2

2 Pages

(2 copies)


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WHC-S-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK

Permanent Closure/Change-In-Service Checklist

The purpose of this form is to certify thc proper closure/change-in-servicC of unrderground storage tank (UST) systems.

These activities must bc condticted in accordane with Chapter 173.300) WAC. Washington State UIST rules require the

tank owner or operator to notify Ecology in writing 30) days prior to closure or change-in-servie of tanks. This must he

donc by completing the 30 Day Notice formt (ECY 010- 155).

This Permnanent Closure Checklist shall be completed and signed by a Liceeised D~ecommnissioning Supervisor. Thc supervisor

shall be on site when all tank p~ermanen~t ctosure/change-in-servicc activities are being conducted. The firm which

cemploys the licensed supervisor shall also be licensed by the \Vashtnglon Slate Department of Ecology as a Service Provider.

If any of the activitics listed below have been supervised by a different licensed supervisor, a separate checklist

must be filled out and signed by the licensed supervisor p~erformuing those activities.

For further information about completing this form, pleatse contact the Department oif Ecology LIST Program.

A separate checklist must be comnpleted for each LIST system (tank and associated piping), except that UST systems at

one site may bc reported together by completing page 2 of* this foi in separately for cacth system. The completed checklist

should be mailed to the following address within 30) days of the completion of the closure or chiange-in-service.

Undeground Storage Tank Section

Department of Ecology

Mail Slop PV- I I

Olympia, WA 98504 -871 1

1. UST SYSTEM OWNER AND LOCATION

Site Owner/Operator: U.S. Department of Energy Field Office, Richland

Owners Address: 825 Jadwin 550

Sheet

P'C Sax

Richland WA 99352

-C Sim*. ZICode

Telephone. 509 )376-7387

Shte 10 Number (on invoice of available from Ecology if tank is registered): 012763

Site/Business Name: U.S. Department of Energy Field Office, Richland

Site Address: 825 Jadwin, P.O. Box 550 Benton

Subet

cow*f

Richland WA 99352

dyq slaV ZIP Co

2. TANK PERMANENT CLOSURE/CHANGE-IN.SERVICE PERFORMED BY:

Firm: Westinghouse Hanford Company LicenseNumber: S001592

Address:

R...icland WA 99352

cioy Shate ZIP co".

Telephone: (509 ) 376-7411

D. A. Riley Decommissioning t14000778

Licensed Supervisor: _________ ______________ License Number: __________

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3. TANK INFORMATION WHC-S-ENT-136, Rev. 0

1. Tank 10 Nucnbef (as registeted wun Ecology): 10OWN-SS-28 2. Yeal' installed: 1 976

3. Tank capacity in gallons; 2000 4. Last su0Stance sloted: UMIL EAflED r;ot pit

4.'REASONi FORCONDUCfTING SITE CHECK/SIE ASSESSMENT -. . .;' *t.-'-,

Cnaeck one:

____investigate

investigate Suspected feleasea due t0 on-site envitonmfental coniaThnadof

suspected lease due to cd-site envitonmental contamrinlationl

Extend iempotary ctosuie of UST system to( mote than 12 months

UST system undelgOing cnange-ifl-sevice

UST system pamanenty ciosad-it-ptace

X UST system petmanently Closed withi lank removed

5. CHECKLIST

Requit ed by Ecofogy ot delegated agenc.y to( UST system closed oetoce Decemoaer 22. 1988

Otner (desctibe):

________________________________________

E.ach itatm of thet fullciwirig checiit Shull bz illitiailu by tlic persn registcred with ihi: Depaftment of Ecology whosat

inaict appcafs bclow.

1. H-as Ine site cfecktisite assessmet oeen conducted according to applicaote Frocadutes specilied in the UST ~

sute cneck/site asssaet guidlance issued oy mea Depanmeni or Ecology?V

2. H-"a a telease Iram Ute UST system oten confitmned?

NOTE; Owvaetsiop4awOs fhjust topofl ad cismei~d ieleaSdS 1o Use Oepataiefl ol Ecology ot daiegatl digwncy widtUf 24

3I Asore mreult of the site cnecK/site assessment enclosed with mis checklist?

NOTE. Two copies oi ine sitei claoclc/uitsi asswesiti fdstlis must1 Od smoaitte' to we. Oupeflmnflt Lf Ecology accoting Wo the

espoakfl t~quudifleflt speciaie in ine uS r .t eksitO 6f aSSOSeADIffl guida"CV-

I hereby crtify thuf I laaave bces in repjusible c/u argr uf perforin ic site Jick/sita iisxssmnt described above.

Persons subosaitingJ'alX' ittlaioniauar ~e surbjct io pcuaalii tinder Chapter 173360 1 VAC

O~~.

6. OWNER'S SIGNATURE

siqjika. Cod uenw PA..na" -0 1140"y

/' 54aade.. as I ew A.WA. b~sm

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ATTACHMENT 3

1 Page


Mr. Mike C. Osweiler

Nuclear and Mixed Waste,

Hanford Project

State of Washington

Department of Ecology

7601 W. Clearwater, Suite 102

Kennewick, Washington 99336

Dear Mr. Osweiler:

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Department of Energy

Richilanid Operatjions Office

P.O. Box 550

R ichlanid, Washiligton 99352

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK IOON-SS-28 CLOSURE

Enclosed are the completed Permanent Closure/Change-In-Service Checklist and

the Site Check/Site Assessment Checklist (two copies) for underground storage

tank 100N-SS-28, which was permanently closed (removed) on July 17, 1991.

These checklists are submitted in accordance with the requirements of

WAC 173-360-630 (12).

The tank which was previously emptied and rinsed has been transported to the

100-B Area where it is awaiting final disposal (salvage). The remaining

system piping (two lines approximately ten feet long) and pumps are being

scheduled for removal. As far as can be determined, no product remains in

these lines.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please call

Mr. Eric Goller at (509) 376-7326.

Enclosures 2

cc: w/o endls.:

P. T. Day, EPA

R. E. Lerch, WHC

T. Lufkin, Ecology

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Sincerely,

E. A. Bracken, Director

Environmental Restoration Division


WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

CORRESPONDENCE DISTRIBUTION COVERSHEET

Author Addressee Correspondence No.

E. A. Bracken Mike C. Osweiler Incoming 9102476

U.S. Dept. of Energy Ecology XRF: 91541450

subject: PERMANENT CLOSURE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK 100N-SS-28

INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION

Approval Date Nam Location w/att

Correspondence Control A3-01 X

M. R. Adams H-4-55

R. J. Bliss B3-04

L. C. Brown H4-51

G. D. Carpenter 82-16

M. L. Douglas R2-77

R. A. Evanoff G4-10

K. A. Gano, XO-21

C. J. Geier H4-57

R. P. Henckel H4-55

K. L. Hoewing B3-06

M. C. Hughes (2) L4-88 X

G. S. Hunacek XO-42

R. E. Lerch (assignee) B2-35

M. A. Mihalic L4-88 X

RECEIVED A. 0. Poor G4-11

R. L. Shuck S4-67

JUN 2 0 E. H. Smith B2-19

0. J. Watson XO-41

D. J. WATSON R. D. Wojtasek L4-92

EDMC H4-51 x

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U '. Richland

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Department of Eblergy-

Operations Office

0Richland, Washington 99352 Incoming: 9102476

91-ERB-116

Mr. Mike C. Osweiler

Nuclear and Mixed Waste,

Hanford Project

State of Washington

Department of Ecology

7601 W. Cleatrwater, Suite 102

Kennewick, Washington 99336

Dear Mr. Osweiler:

.i U . 1991

PERMANENT CLOSURE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (UST) 100N-SS--28

The purpose of this letter, as required by WAC 173-360-385, is to provide the

Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) with at least 30 days advance

notification prior to beginning permanent closure (removal) of UST 100N-SS-28.

This tank is located at the lOON Area of the Hanford Site, has a capacity of

2,000 gallons, and is constructed of 3/16" wall carbon steel with an asphalt

coating. Originally, the 100N-SS-28 tank contained diesel fuel. Unleaded

fuel was transferred from the UST IOON-SS-27 into UST IOON-SS-28 following

closure of the 100N-SS-27 UST in June of 1990. The 100N-SS-28 tank was

tightness tested in October of 1990 and found to be tight per 40 CFR 280/281.

This tank is no longer needed and is being removed to facilitate the site

assessment of the 10ON fuel station site. These two tanks were both part of a

self-service gas station and were located approximately nine feet apart. Tank

100N-SS-27 was removed in December 1990 after it had failed tightness testing

and the decision made, because of its age, to close the tank rather than

upgrade it to new tank standards. Contaminated soil was discovered at the

site after the tank was removed. (See Enclosure 1, Twenty-Day Report; and

Enclosure 2, Forty-Five Day Report.)

Since this site has already been confirmed as a release site and the required

24-hour notification given after the removal of the 100N-SS-27 UST, an

additional 24-hour notification pursuant to WAC 173-360-372 will not be given

unless there is other evidence of a release emanating from tank JOON-SS-28.

However, all other reporting requirements as given in WAC 173-340-450 will be

met. A plan for the remediation of the site will be prepared following the

IOON-SS-28 removal and site characterization activities, which are expected to

be completed by August 15, 1991. Also, additional site characterization is

being conducted to determine the extent of the contamination. Ecology will be

provided with a draft of the remediation plan for review prior to initiating

remedial activities.

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JUN 319

M,,. Mike C. Osweiler -2- 91-ERB-116

If you have any questions or require additional information regarding this

letter, please call Mr. Paul Pak of my staff on 376-4798.

Sincerely,

E. A. Bracken, Director

ERD:PMP Environmental Restoration Division

Enclosures: As stated

cc w/encls:

P. T. Day, EPA

R. E. Lerch, WHC

M. C. Hughes, WHC

T. F. Veneziano, WHC

T. L. Nord, Ecology

D. Nylander, Ecology

R. F. Stanley, Ecology

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

APPENDIX C

UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE REPORTS

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

CONTENITS

Gasoline Spill to Ground (WHC-UO-88-004-R,D&EO-1) .. .. . .. .. . .. C-1

Leaking Underground Storage Tank (RL--WHC-WHC600EM-1990-033) . .. ..... C-5

Characterization of Spill Site (RL--WHC-NREACTOR-1991-1030) .. .. . ... C-11

Leaking UST (D&IJ/iOO-Oi-90). .. .. . .. ... . .. .. . .. ......C-i7

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P.O. Box 1970 Rfichland. WA 99352

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

March 11, 1988 8851734

Mr. J. L. Rhoades, Assistant Manager

Safety, Safeguards and Quality Assurance

U. S. Department of Energy

Richland Operations Office

Richland, Washington 99352

Dear Mr. Rhoades:

UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE WHC-OO-88-004-R,D&EO-l, GASOLINE SPILL TO GROUND, 89

GALLONS

Reference: Letter, M. W. Waicher to 3. L. Rhoades, "Unusual Occurrence

WHC-OO-88-004-R,D&EO-1, GASOLINE SPILL TO GROUND, 89 GALLONS',

8850715, February 1, 1988

The attached final Unusual Occurrence Report for the subject gas'oline spill

is provided for your information. It has undergone a controlled nuclear

information review and has been determined to be unclassified and

satisfactory for public release.

Very truly yours, -

M. W. Walcher, Manager

Operations Support Services

PC k

At tachment

DOE-RL -A. W. Kellogg, AMO Operations Office

*6 MGMHangid opetabofis ama Engnewtng canitaum w rInc US Depanmnal Energy


WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Westinghouse Hanford Company Report Number: WHC-UO-88-004-R,D&EO-1

Date of Event/Occurrence: January 18, 1988

Status and Date:_____ Initial 1/28/88 Time of Event/Occurrence: 2:10 p.m.

1. Department or Project

Operations Support Services

2. Facility, System, and/Equipment

100-N Fuel Station, 1716 NA Building

Vehicle: 68C 4365

Nozzle: OPW11A 15/16 and OPW11-AKH 13/16

3. Subject of Event/Occurrence

Gasoline Spill to Ground, 89 gallons

4. Apparent Cause: Design _Material X Personnel P ProcedureOther___

Personnel: Inattention to fueling activities and failure to report the

second spill. -

Material: Failure of the fueling nozzle automatic shut off function.

5. Description of Event/Occurrence:

Employee was dispensing fuel from tank truck, 68C 4365, (equipped with three

separate storage tanks and dispensing systems) into underground fuel tanks at the

100-N fueling station. He placed the fuel dispensing nozzle into the 4" fill

spout of the service station tank, set the automatic shut-off and returned to his

truck to complete related paperwork while waiting for the tank to fill. The

nozzle did not shut off and the tank overflowed. The employee did not observe

the spillage until a passerby walked up to the truck to inform him of the

overflowing condition. The fuel truck driver immediately turned the nozzle off

manually. The passerby noted the fuel truck driver was in the truck attending

paperwork and .wearing radio headphones which may have'contributed to his

inattention to fueling activities. The spill was reported to N-Reactor

Operations Management and the Supervisor, Special Delivery Services. Initial

assessment of the spill area was done by N-Reactor Operations Management

personnel. Environmental Assurance was advised.

The employee then proceeded to manually fill the second underground tank with the

remaining fuel in the first tank of the truck. When that truck tank was drained,

he stored the hose and nozzle and proceeded to continue filling the second

service station tank from the second truck tank with a different nozzle. He set

the new nozzle on automatic and stepped back to remain clear of the fumes.

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This nozzle also failed to shut off causing an overflow of the second tank. The

employee alertly stopped the flow of fuel as quickly as possible. The employee

did not report the second spill thinking it was an insignificant amount based on

earlier conversations with N-Reactor Operations Management personnel at the

first spill.

6. Operating Conditions of Facility at Time of Event/Occurrence:

The service station was available for refueling. Three utility carts were parked

adjacent to the station in the area where the fuel truck normally parks. This

made it necessary to position the fuel truck 40 td 50 feet further away from the

service station tanks than usual.

7. Iuumediate Evaluation:

The spill area was roped off. The immediate assessment at the time of the first

spill was that the amount was not significant enough to require reporting as an

Unusual Occurrence. The Environmental Protection Representative, later in the

day, calculated the spill area and determine that the amount of fuel spilled

exceeded the unusual occurrence reporting requirements of 220 pounds (35

gallons). Subsequent review of fueling and inventory records determined that a

total of 89 gallons was spilled.

8. Immediate Action Taken and Results:

Action Taken:

o Required report was made to DOE-RL..,.

o Clean up and stabilization of the spill area was completed on January 20,

1988. The contaminated soil was loaded in 55 gallon drums for storage at

the 1100 Area 90 day Storage Facility pending disposal.

o Disciplinary action was taken against the employee for carelessness in

performance of his work and failure to report in accordance with established

procedures.

o All employees in the Road, Delivery and Equipment Operation Section have

been instructed that the use of personal radios with headphones is

inappropriate in the work place and shall not be permitted.

o The defective nozzles were replaced on January 20, 1988, and tested

to determine the cause of failure. Evaluation of the cause of the nozzle

failures was completed by February 12, 1988. The results of the evaluation

were inconclusive lending even more credence to the need for personnel

attentiveness.

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OCCURRENCE REPORT

600 Area/Env. Restoration-Waste Mgmt

HANFORD SITE

(Name of Facility)

(Facility Function Involved)

(Name of Laboratory, Site or Organization)

Name: Evanoff, Richard

Title: Fleet Maintenance Manager

Telephone No.: (509)376-6680 (FTS)444-6680

(Facility Manager/Designee)

Name: Mihalic, M.

Title: Hanford Surplus Facility Program

Telephone No.: (509)376-0967 (FTS)444-0967

(Originator)

1. OCCURRENCE REPORT NUMBER: RL--WIIC-WHC600EM-1990-0337

2. REPORT TYPE AND DATE: Date Time

[INotification Report 12/19/90

[]10 Day Report 01/07/91

[X] 10 Day Update (latest)

[ ] Final Report

3. OCCURRENCE CATEGORY

[ ] Emergency

[X] Unusual

[IOff-Normal

4. DIVISION OR PROJECT

5. DOE PROGRAM OFFICE

EM - Environmental Restoration

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6. SYSTEM, BLDG., OR EQUIPMENT 7. UCNI? 8. PLANT AREA

Gas Station Tank No 100 N

9. DATE AND TIME DISCOVERED 10. DATE AND TIME CATEGORIZED

12/18/90 1300 12/18/90 1400

11. DOE NOTIFICATION:

12/18/90 1500

12. OTHER NOTIFICATIONS

12/18/90 Ganeo, Ken

13. SUBJECT OR TITLE OF OCCURRENCE

Leaking Underground Storage Tank

14. NATURE OF OCCURRENCE

15. DESCRIPTION OF OCCURRENCE

During routine Underground Storage Tank (UST) removal as

described in WHC-SP-0472, Implementation Plan for Title 40

CFR Regulations, Part 280 and 281, tank 100N-SS-27, located

at LOON area was found to have contaminated soil adjacent to

the tank. This UST had been utilized to store unleaded

gasoline. Visual inspection of the tank did not indicate

the tank integrity had been breached. Contaminated soil was

found on the lower one third of the tank on the opposite end

of the fill connection. It appears that an unknown quantity

of unleaded gasoline had been spilled over the years,

possibly from the adjacent tank, whose fill connection is

within five feet of where the contamination was found.

16. OPERATING CONDITIONS OF FACILITY AT TIME OF OCCURRENCE

Tank 10ON-SS-27 had been taken out of service after routine

tightness testing determined the tank had a leak.

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17. ACTIVITY CATEGORY

18. IMMEDIATE ACTIONS TAKEN AND RESULTS

Sampling was completed, then additional sampling was

conducted to determine how deep the contamination

penetrated, this sampling revealed that the contamination

had not penetrated below four inches from the bottom of the

tank. Hanford Surplus Facility Program Office (Mike

Mihalic) was notified of the leak at 1400 hours December 18,

1990. The Programs Office notified Environmental

Protection. As this project is being performed under

approved decommissioning work procedures, and it had been

anticipated that the soil contamination could/would be

found, this Occurrence Report is submitted for notification

purposes. A complete detailed report will be prepared and

submitted upon completion of the sample analysis. By copy

of the unusual occurrence report, Environmental Engineering

is requested to perform the necussary evaluation,

notification, and remedial action as required by 40 CFR

280/281.

19. DIRECT CAUSE

20. CONTRIBUTING CAUSE(S)

21. ROOT CAUSE:

22. DESCRIPTION OF CAUSE

From reconstructing the most likely cause of the

contaminated soil found during the removal of tank IOON-27,

it was observed that the tank condition did not indicate the

tank to be a leaker. There has been one reportable spill at

this location in 1988. It is assumed there have been other

unreported spills at this tank fill location. The gravel

and porous backfill surrounding the tanks creates a natural

pathway for surface spills, to the location where the

contaminated soil was found.

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23. EVALUATI'ON : (By Facility Manager/Designee)

Current plan is to remove the layer of contaminated soil

from the tank impression, sample for organic vapors and

backfill once the excavation is clean.

24. IS FURTHER EVALUATION REQUIRED? :Yes [I No [X]

IF YES - BEFORE FURTHER OPERATION? Yes [] No [X]

BY WHOM?:

BY WHEN? :----

25. CORRECTIVE ACTIONS

(* Date added/revised since final report was signed off)

1) On 1991/01/04, the contaminated soil was removed from the

tank impression and the site cleared. Resampling of the

site is being scheduled prior to backfilling.

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: --- /-COMPLETION DATE: -/--

26. IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY AND HEALTH:

No worker was exposed to gasoline vapors during the

excavation of the tank. The total quantity of the spills is

unknown except for the reported spill January 18, 1988.

Impact to the environment was minimal. Approximately 3

cubic yards of soil was contaminated.

Impact Oversight Group: Environmental Assurance

27. PROGRAMMATIC IMPACT

None at this time.

28. IMPACT UPON CODES AND STANDARDS

The excavation of the tank was in accordance with the

requirements of 40 CFR 280.71. No changes are required to

existing procedures.

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29. FINAL EVALUATION AND LESSONS LEARNED:

The purpose of removing underground storage tanks having

contained petroleum products in accordance with 40 CFR

280.11 is to remove inactive and/or leaking tanks from

service and from the ground. The regulations also require

the clean up of spills associated with the tanks. This is

the fourth of twenty-seven tanks removed to date where soil

contamination has been found.

30. SIMILAR OCCURRENCE REPORT NUMBERS

Fact sheet DD/3000-5-OO1-89

DD/703-1-01-89

00/100-01-89

31. DOE FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE INPUT

Entered by: Date: -/--

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Leaking underground storage tank.

25. CORRECTIVE ACTIONS:

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

OCCURRENCE REPORT NUMBER

RL-WHC-WHC600EM- 1990-337

This update describes the site investigation and remediation at the 1OON

Services Station. At this service station, two underground storage tanks were

removed: IOON-SS-27 was removed in December 1990 and 100N-SS-28 was removed

in July 1991.

Tank 100N-SS-27

The excavation and removal of tank IOON-SS-27 was completed on December 18,

1990. Approximately 25 feet of associated piping was removed from the ground

along with the tank. An inspection of the tank did not reveal any holes or

cracks. Field sampling conducted following the removal of the tank indicated

the presence of volatile organics between it and the adjacent tank, 100N-SS-

28. On January 11, 1991 additional soil was removed from between the tanks and

found to be contaminated.

Tank 100N-SS-28

To further characterize and facilitate closure of the IOON-SS-27 site, tank

100N-SS-28 was removed in July 1991. At the time of removal of 100N-SS-28,

saturated soil was observed in the tank depression. There had been no

petroleum in the IOON-SS-28 tank as of December 1990 for safety reasons due to

the removal of 100N-SS-27. The saturated soil was approximately 12 feet below

land surface. The soil was removed and placed in four 55 gallon hazardous

waste drums and disposed as a hazardous waste. In July and August 1991

groundwater samples were collected and tested for volatile organics. The

analytical results indicated that no hydrocarbon contamination is present in

the groundwater.

In September 1991, the UST site was excavated from 14 feet to 27 feet below

land surface. At that depth, contaminated soil was found. This soil was

removed and placed on plastic sheeting , bermed, and barricaded.

In order to determine the extent of petroleum contamination, it is planed to

drill two wells since the site may not be able to be clean closed. These

wells are to be placed at the plum location and down gradient of the service

station. This additional work is planed during May-August time frame 1992.

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N-Reactor and 10OK Fuel Storages

Category "A" Reactors

HANFORD SITE

(Name of Facility)

(Facility Function Involved)

(Name of Laboratory, Site or Organization)

Name: Davis, Kenneth W.

Title: Senior Plant Engineer

Telephone No.: (509)373-3143 (FTS)440-3143

(Facility Manager/Designee)

Name: G. S. Hunacek Jr.

Title: Environmental Engineer

Telephone No.: (509)373-1673 (FTS)440-1673

(Originator)

1. OCCURRENCE REPORT NUMBER: RL--WHC-NREACTOR-1991-1030

2. REPORT TYPE AND DATE: Date Time

[]Notification Report 07/18/91 1106 (MTZ)

[]10 Day Report 07/18/91

(]10 Day Update (latest)

(X] Final Report

3. OCCURRENCE CATEGORY:

[ ] Emergency

[X] Unusual

[ ] Off-Normal

4. DIVISION OR PROJECT:

lOON Operations

5. DOE PROGRAM OFFICE

DP - Defense Programs

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6. SYSTEM, BLDG., OR EQUIPMENT 7. UCNI? 8. PLANT AREA

Tank 100N-SS-28 No 10ON

9. DATE AND TIME DISCOVERED 10. DATE AND TIME CATEGORIZED

07/17/91 1200 07/17/91 1230

11. DOE NOTIFICATION:

07/18/91 1530 UNKNOWN DOE/HQ

12. OTHER NOTIFICATIONS

07/17/91 1230 P. M. Pack DOE-RL

07/17/91 1700 L. A. Huffman DOE-RL

07/17/91 1230 M. C. Osweiler WOE

07/18/91 0945 G. D. Trump ONG

13. SUBJECT OR TITLE OF OCCURRENCE

Characterization of spill site

14. NATURE OF OCCURRENCE

2) Environmental

B. Hazardous Substances/Regulated Pollutants/Oil Releases

15. DESCRIPTION OF OCCURRENCE:

It was reported on 12/18/92, under Occurrence Report number:

RL--WHC-WHC60OEM-1990-0337, that one service station tank

(100-SS-27) had leaked. To further characterize that leak,

tank IOON-SS-28 was removed on 7/17/91. At the time of

removal of tank 100N-SS-28, petroleum product was observed

in the excavation area. Tank 100N-SS-28 was tightness

tested 10/90 and passed. There has been no petroleum in

100N-SS-28 since it was emptied in December 1990. The

excavation was approximately 12 feet below grade. Area that

was found to contain product material was ten feet by ten

feet.

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16. OPERATING CONDITIONS OF FACILITY AT TIME OF OCCURRENCE

N-Reactor is in "Transition to Shutdown". The re-fueling station

has been deactivated and its storage tanks removed.

17. ACTIVITY CATEGORY

Shutdown

18. IMMEDIATE ACTIONS TAKEN AND RESULTS

Sampled the affected soil to determine what petroleum

product was present.

Removed petroleum saturated soil and placed in four 55

gallon hazardous waste drums, and placed said drums on the

163N less than 90-day storage pad.

19. DIRECT CAUSE:

3) Personnel Error

B. Inattention to Detail

20. CONTRIBUTING CAUSE(S)

21. ROOT CAUSE:

6) Management Problem

A. Inadequate Administrative Control

22. DESCRIPTION OF CAUSE:

From reconstructing the most likely cause of the

contaminated soil found during the removal of tank lOON-

SS-27, it was observed that the tank condition did not

indicate it to be a leaker.

There has been one reportable above ground spill at this

location in 1988. It is assumed there have also been other,

unreported, above ground spills at this re-fueling station.

The gravel and porous backfill surrounding the tanks creates

a natural pathway for surface spills, to the location where

the contaminated soil was found.

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Therefore, the cause is determined to be the result of

inadequate administrative control of the servicing

activities at this station in the past, resulting in

spillage and consequent soil contamination.

23. EVALUATION :(By Facility Manager/Designee)

See item #29

24. IS FURTHER EVALUATION REQUIRED? Yes (] No [X]

IF YES - BEFORE FURTHER OPERATION? Yes [] No [X]

BY WHOM?:

BY WHEN? :----

25. CORRECTIVE ACTIONS

(* Date added/revised since final report was signed off)

1) Complete site drilling, soil sampling and field analysis of

samples.

ACTIONEE: D.J. Watson (11120)

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: 08/01/92 COMPLETION DATE: 08/15/92

2) Scope remaining site remedial actions.

ACTIONEE: D.J. Watson (11120)

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: 01/31/93 COMPLETION DATE: 01/27/93

3) Complete soil sample laboratory analysis, review analysis,

validate data and schedule any additional corrective actions

that may be determined to be necessary at that time.

ACTIONEE: D.J. Watson (11120)

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: 12/01/92 COMPLETION DATE: 12/01/92

4) Implement remedial action schedule.

ACTIONEE: D.J. Watson (11120)

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: 03/31/93 COMPLETION DATE: -/--

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5) Conclude document closure and notify Washington State

Ecology department of closure.

ACTIONEE: D.J. Watson (11120)

TARGET COMPLETION DATE: 12/12/93 COMPLETION DATE: -I--

26. IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY AND HEALTH

Potential for environmental degradation.

27. PROGRAMMATIC IMPACT

None.

28. IMPACT UPON CODES AND STANDARDS

None.

29. FINAL EVALUATION AND LESSONS LEARNED

The purpose of removing underground storage tanks having

contained petroleum products in accordance with 40 CFR

280.71 is to remove inactive and/or leaking tanks from

service and from the ground. The regulations also require

the clean up of spills associated with the tanks. This is

the fourth of twenty-seven tanks removed to date where soil

contamination has been found.

TANK IOON-SS-27

The excavation and removal of tank 100N-SS-27 was completed

on Dec. 18, 1990. Approximately 25 feet of associated piping

was removed from the ground along with the tank. An

inspection of the tank did not reveal any holes or cracks.

Field sampling conducted following the removal of the tank

indicated the presence of organics between it and the

adjacent tank, 100N-SS-28. On January 11, 1991 additional

soil was removed from between the tanks and found to be

contaminated.

TANK 100N-SS-28

To further characterize and facilitate closure of the lOON-

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SS-27 site, tank 100N-SS-28 was removed in July 1991. At the

time of the removal of IOON-SS-28, saturated soil was

observed in the tank depression. There had been no petroleum

in the 100N-SS-28 tank. The saturated soil was approximately

12 feet below land surface. The soil was removed and placed

in four 55 gallon hazardous waste drums and disposed of as a

hazardous waste. In July and August of 1991 groundwater

samples were collected and tested for volatile organics. The

analytical results indicated that no hydrocarbon

contamination is present in the groundwater.

In September 1991 the UST site was excavated from 14 feet to

27 feet below the land surface. At that depth, contaminated

soil was found. This soil was removed and placed in plastic

sheeting, bermed, and barricaded.

In order to determine the extent of the petroleum

contamination, it is planned to drill two wells, since the

site may not be able to be clean closed. These wells are to

be placed at the plume location and down gradient of the

service station. This additional work is planned to be

completed by mid-December 1993.

The corrective actions associated with this incident are

also being tracked on occurrence report RL--WHC-WHC600EM-

1990-0337.

30. SIMILAR OCCURRENCE REPORT NUMBERS:

RL--WHC-WHC600EM-19go-0337

31. DOE FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE INPUT:

This report has been reviewed and revised several times to

clarify and correct mistakes. It has been reviewed and found

to be acceptable at this time. The reviews have been done by

both Charlie Loftis, DOE-RL site representative as well as by

D.W. Templeton, Chief, Facility Surveillance Branch.

Entered by: Templeton, Dave W. Date: 05/29/92

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EVENT FACT SHEET AND CRITIOUT.

DISTRIBUTION LIST

WES7INGHOUSE HANFORD COMPANY

JR BELL R3-60

ML BELL TB-50

TD BLANKENSHIP RI-62

RJ BLISS B3-04

NC BOYTER RZ-52

WR BROOKSHER L4-01.

GO CARPENTER H4-15

HF DAUGHERTY R2-53

GT DUKELOW RZ-i7

ML GRY GI EL S6-65

JW HAGAN G6-ZB

KR JORDAN R2-56

JR KN IGHT 84-52

E i KOSIANCIC R2-67

RE LERCH 62-35

DA LUCOFF N2-34

MA PAYNE SS-66

Rj PYZEL-- XDO-42

WG RU FF R2-50

WJ SCHLAUDER G4-02

RG SLOCUM R2-34

EF VOTAW GlI-3 5

WP WHITING 33-30

%'#C WIBORG (2) R3-09

COrjRRES CONTROL RI-03

QSDM NI-13

US DEPARTMENT OF rNERGY

RE GERTON, DIRECTOR, WASTE

MANAGEMENT DIVISION A6-86

RA HOLTEN, DIRECTOR, ENVTRONMENT&

SAFETY DIVISION AB-5

RD IZATT, DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENTAL

RESTORATION DIVISION Ac:-39

KiH JACKSON, DIRECTOR, SAFEGUARDS&

SECURITY DIVISION A6-33-

JE MECCA, ACT ING DIRECTOR, OPERITONS

DIVISION A6-Z35

LC WILLIAMS, DI.RECTOR, ?RC :ET

MANAGEMENT DIVISION AE-.3

WE MCCLUNG A4-35

AG KRASDPOULOS AS -55

ADDITIONAL DTSR1BUTION

RA E va nof-f1 G4-10

MC Hughes RI-15

MA Mihalic R2.-i5

JU 299

JU 'NRG 2190

MR Morton

KS Pedersen

AD Poor

Shuck

R2-77

S4-67

G4-11.

54-67

"Entire Dist." 3'-1266 DE Stocker G4-11

DR Speer

GE Van Sickle

D3 Watson

VR Weil

R2-77

RI-15

XO-41

G-1-04

IFTEEARE ANY CHANGES OR DELET-IO1NS TO THIS LIST, *PLEA.!SE CALL VICXK

L:ST UPDATED ON 6-3-90.

ZN 3-256.

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EV ENT FACT SHEET

1. Title: Leaking UST

2. Reporting Organization: Decomissioning Engineering

3. Division/Department/Project: Environmental/Hanford Restorati on Oper.

4. Number: D&D/100-O1-90 5. Rev.: 0

6. Date of Event/Time: 6/21/90, 2:00pm Date Discovered: 6/21/90

7. Event Identification:

A) Location of Event: 100-N Service Station (Tank 100-N-SS-27)

B) Plant/Faci'lity Status: Station was out-of-service for testing

---- --------- t---------------------------------------t----- ---

1. Alarm: Facility Type 5. Radiological - Personnel

(False Fire, CAM, CAS, etc.) Contamination, Internal

Z. Regulatory Requirement Deposition, Over Exposure, etc.

(CERCLA, RCRA, WDOE, DOE-RL, 6. Industrial Safety, Personnel

DOE-HQ, etc.) Injury, First Aid, etc.

3. Operating Requirements (OSR, 7. Process Misrouting

CPS, Tech Spec., Procedure 8. Utility System - Electrical,

Administrative, etc.) Steam, Air, Water

4. Release/Spread'- Radioactive 9. Hoisting/Lifting

Contamination/Hazardous 10. Other

Material

C) Event Type: 2 (4OCFR28O.43 [C])

OSR/TS: Nonconformance f)Violation f

CPS: Infraction [3 Violation [

8. Apparent Cause(s) of Event:

Design [3Administrative Control []

Personnel Error [3Procedure [

Material t)Other: [X] Tank age

9. Descriiotion of Event:

While preparing for routine UST Tightness Testing, the 100-N-SS-27 tank

was determined to have a leak. The leak is in the top 10% of the t 'ank

volume (probably at the fill pipe to tank connection) as evidenced by

satisfactory inventory control data for this tank (less than 1%

discrepancy on the last 6 to 12 months). The total release of unleaded

gasoline is estimated at less t han 5 gallons occurring between 6/20/90

(tank fill for testing) and 6/21/90 (discovery of leak).

10. Consequences of Event:

Small release of unleaded gasoline (less than 5 gallons)

A-7400-329 (3/90) (EF) WEFOO5

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11. Actions Taken (A) or -Planned (B8):

1,. 24 hour WDOE notification (A)

2. Remove tank contents (B - 6/22/90)

3. Followup notification to WDOE (B - 7/12/90)

4. Permanent tank closure (B - 6/21/91)

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12. Tentative Disposition:

Event meets criteria for a Unusual Occurrence Report (UOR) ~

Event meets criteria for a Critique

Undetermined: Revised EPS will be issued in 3 working days [

Above criteria not met: no further report[I

1. Si-gnatures:

Originator/-Date

Approved/Date

! -Z- 4.-"z -1

ADV/UCNI Review Oficial Review date

A-7400-329 (3/90) (EF) WEFOOS

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CONTENTS

Table. .. ... ...... . ... . ...... . ... .........D-iv

182 Tanks (Sample Date 11/30/90). .. .... . .. .... .........- 1

182 Caissons (Sample Date 4/5/91). .. .. ....... . ... .....-125

182 Caissons (Sample Date 4/26/92) .. .... . ... . ...... ...- 135

105 LFT (Sample Date 4/30/92) .. .. . .... .... . .. .... ...- 157

100-N-SS-27 (Sample Date 12/18/90) .. .... . .... ...... .. D-185

100-N-SS-28 (Sample Dates 7/16/91 and 7/17/91. .. .. ....... ...- 225

100-N-SS-28 (Sample Date 4/29/92). .. ... ...... . ... . ... D-245

100-N Gas Station "Lust' (Sample Date 9/9/92). .. .. ....... ...- 259

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Table D-1. Validated Sample Information Sequence.

LOCATION DATE SAMPLES

Tank 182-N-1-DT 11/30/90 N-101 thru N-108

Tank 182-N-2-DT 11/30/90 N-109 thru N-116

Tank 182-N- 3-DT 11/30/90 N-ill thru N-126, N-127*

Caisson 182-N-1-DT 03/05/91 MK-103

Caisson 182-N-2-DT 03/05/91 MK-102

Caisson 182-N-3-DT 03/05/91 JMK-101, MK-105, MK-1O4*

Caisson 182-N-1-DT 03/26/92 BO1GM3

Caisson 182-N-2-DT 03/26/92 BOIGMi, BO1GM2

Caisson 182-N-3-DT 03/26/92 JB01GMO

Tank 105-N-LFT 320/92 NO1GM8 thru NO1338 (LOT)9

Tank 105-N-LFT 03/30/92.J N-1284 thru N-1338 (LOST) *

Tank 100-N-SS-27 12/18/90 27-101*, 27-102 thru 27-106

Tank 100-N-SS-28 07/16/91 BOOZN6, BOOZN7, BOOZN8*, BOOZN9*

Tank 100-N-SS-28 07/17/91 BOOZPO thru BOOZP4, BOOZP5*,

___________BOOZP6*

Tank 100-N-SS-28 04/29/92 B06D35*, B06D36, B06D37

Tank 100-N-SS-28 09/09/92 B076C4 thru B076C6, B07600,

BOREHOLE ________B076C7*, B076C8*, B076C9*

*Denotes trip/equipment blanks

This table correlates sample numbers associated with each sample activity.

All validated sample information in Appendix C follows the sequence of this

table.

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Sample Date November 30, 1990

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WestInghous WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0 Internal

Hanford Cofinfy Memo

From: Office of Sample Management 28600-91-032

Phone: 3-3415 MO-346/200W T6-08

Date: April 8, 1991

Subect: TRANSMITTAL OF VALIDATED DATA FOR THE UNDERGROUND

STORAGE TANK REMOVAL PROJECT (TRANS #1)

TO: R. C. Roos H4-55

cc: R. P. Henckel HI4-55*

J. H. Kessner~y T6-08*

E. J. Kosiancic S0-61*

K. S. Pedersen S4-67*

R. G. Shuck S4-67*

JAL File/LB

*wj/o enclosures

Validated sample data from the Underground Storage Tank Removal

Project is being transmitted by the Office of Sample Management (OSM)

for the Delivery Group N-101. The delivery group contains results for

33 soil samples which were analyzed by the Martin Marietta Energy

Systems, Incorporated, K-25 Laboratory for volatile and semi-volatile

organics.

The Office of Sample Management data validation procedure is a review

of laboratory performance and implementation of applicable protocols.

Subsequent technical data evaluation by project lead personnel should

include a determination of the appropriateness of results from a

standpoint of past history and present knowledge of the sample site.

If you have any questions, please contact me at the number listed

above.

q~.Lerch

Scientist

ti n

Enclosure

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Hanford Operations and Engineering Contractor for the US Depertrrent of Energy


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Table 2. Sample Identification in Project 90-027

OSM Sample ID Lab Sample ID Lab File ID Matrix Comments

N-10l 901206-019 NA Soil Sample

901213-028 Water ENA Blank

901211-004 Water VOA Blank

N-102 901206-020 NA soil Sample

901210-025 Water VOA Blank

N-103 901206-021 NAk soil Sample

N-104 901206-022 NA soil Sample

N-l05 901206-023 NA Soil Sample

N-106 901206-024 NA Soil Sample

N-107 901206-025 NA soil Sample

N-107-MS 901206-026 NA Soil Matrix Spike

N-107-MSD 901206-027 NA Soil Matrix Spike

Duplicate

N-108 901206-028 NA soil Sample

N-109 901206-029 NA soil Sample

N-110 901206-030 NA Soil Sample

N-ill 901206-031 NA Soil Sample

N-112 901206-032 NA soil Sample

N-113 901206-033 NA soil Sample

N-114 901206-034 NA soil Sample

N-115 901206-035 NA soil Sample

N-116 901206-036 NA Soil Sample

901214-083 Water BNA Blank

N-117 901206-037 NA soil Sample

N-118 901206-038 NA soil Sample

N-118-MS 901206-039 NA soil Matrix Spike

N-118-MSD 901206-040 NA soil matrix Spike

Duplicate

N-119 901206-041 NA soil Sample

N-120 901206-042 NA Soil Sample

N-121 901206-043 NA soil Sample

N-122 901206-044 NA soil Sample

N-123 901206-045 NA soil Sample

N-124 901206-046 NA soil Sample

N-125 901206-047 NA soil Sample

N-125D 901206-048 NA soil Duplicate Sample

N-126 901206-049 NA soil Sample

N-127 901206-050 NA soil Sample

242-101 901209-018 NA soil Sample

901218-067 P17 t NA Blank

242-102 901209-019 NA -*i 1 Sampl-

242-102-MS 901209-020 NA soil Sample

242-103 901209-021 NA soil Sample

242-104 901209-022 NA soil Sample

242-105 901209-023 NA Soil Sample

242-105-D 901209-024 NA Soil Sample

242-106 901209-025 NA soil Sample

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OSM RCRA LEVEL C DATA ASSESSMENT

DATE 1+ /4-Y H SAMPLES/MATRIX seL- _____o~w1

REV IEWED BY Lo~~..c-. ro

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L A B O R A T O R Y --

CASE # -____

SOG # g-I (ssy. bvCZM)

DATA ASSESSMENT SUMMARY

QUALITY CONTROL CHECK ANALYS IS VOA -________VO

2. M:1A5 .r D

3. 4 ~~~

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10. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ _ _

C

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_ _ _ _ _

0 = data had no problems

X - data qualified due to minor problems

M = data qualified due to major problems/some data may be unusable

OVERALL ASSESSSMENT: r%0 m. 6 r - ?re)b to wc - a- I rar LA -r

NOTES: A0ok1,-

o Refer to the corresponding attachments for explanation of any problems.

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J-107 N-IZ~o

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11lL+ 244Z-105-

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Name 07 Lo-. Date 04_10_C_0_6_

COMMENTS: Vo.4 - oiWolIcdie ; 4; pt.e cr' 4 c*-ic '-'e

ACTION: O'o PIQ-

/0 ~ JA-rc~+('r cr 4 4 er - i-s 7,co l)

waoe,c r-i**.--rcig k4-0 ctpoo:Lrc

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Name Z',JTA ccVr Date o_____o_(o

QC Check: ________ _______ _______

COMMENTS: -Sea-. L4rl).)fi r- (a- Sc. w.

%IA- o.II rexcoyer'es -a- R1ts L4li-% 1fr*dAs

IRPD w--x4s~ar of' hwA4.ri Y1 i~.4 oi d;r-cr F cr -A~.

samgle # constituent value/gual samole # constituent val ue/gual

VOA sp; kp-s

S- 107 ^AS W ~- 0 MS D

5e.. VO A spt-

N -10? MS, ,jj-f0O7AASDL

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Name U-A &&..ctb. " Date ____JOG ____1

QC Check: Vpu.%k I/i

COMMENTS: 1L~; c-te- .. 4i-rpi#~ir~)~ ,rfc M~-S'

ACTION: Yo-L.

sample # constituent value/gual sample # constituent value/gual

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Name ZTJ- LaQrcC-Z D a t e4 b/o b

QC Check: S rco,, CA e_ kLcoLvery

COMMENTS: S-e -2VOA- 2s LA rr o oA-ez o.a Lx 4 4ri I

f-,,- N-12G I oiA-, 4(at i J-121,; c41 c

Yt~-c4lrecveies e fo-c

ACTION: o4 C r- es LA 14-res ~ e-c

samnle # constituent value/aual sample # constituent value/gual

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Name A3* Lo-cL Date o Li/eco /Ii

QC Check: ______________

COMMENTS: V A - Yr'wC1 cc-e 4 oiotn. c,, seerod 7C A e4ed

obseJ sev-Lo-r c-r dLI'eehc ;*b#-dL

ACTION: eCe-h.Q- reL1 1 SM

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VoA flid--

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Name 7EA Lrr .k Date ________C_

QC Check: 0 4 ~J

COMMENTS: t o y-g-~

ACTION: A %Q

sample # constituent value/aual sample # constituent value/gual

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Ms. Joan Kessner

Westinghouse Hanford Company

office of Sample Management

2355 Stevens Drive

Richland, Washington 99352

Dear MS Kessner:

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

January 29, 1991

Analytical Results Package on Projects 90-027, Tank Farm Samples

Attached are the analytical results on sample from Project 90-027, Tank Farm

Samples, received into the Analytical Chemistry Department (ACD) Laboratories

on December 5, 6, 7, and 9, 1990. in accordance with agreements between the OSM

and K-25 ACD, the protocol shown in Table 1 was utilized in performing these

analyses. The sample identification for this project is shown in Table 2.

The results are reported on ACD's ANALIS report format, per letter dated

December 20, 1990. All data quality objectives were satisfied on the project.

Semi-Volatiles (BNAs)

Samples received on the dates listed above were extracted and analyzed within

the prescribed holding times. All surrogate standards criteria were within

percent recovery acceptance limits. All DF TPP tune criteria were within

acceptance criteria. All "CCC" and "SPCC" components met acceptance criteria for

both the initial and continuing calibration check samples. All internal

standard areas met water matrix acceptance criteria. All matrix spikes and

matrix spike duplicates were within the acceptance requirements.

Volatiles (NOWs

All surrogate standards criteria were within percent recovery acceptance

limits. All BFB tune criteria were within acceptance criteria. All CCC and SPCC

components met acceptance criteria for both the initial and continuing

calibration check sample. All internal sta'ndard ~er- w''s w'ithin ~~tn

criteria for a water matrix. All matrix spilies -1 nr mattrix:i'k i'Ii-'.r

within the acceptance requi rement~g.

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

Analytical Results Package on Projects 90-027, Tank Farm Samples- Continued

I certify that this data package is in compliance with the terms and conditions

of the OSM's revised Statement of work and letter dated December 20, 1990, both

technically and for completeness, for other than conditions detailed above.

Release of the data contained in this hardcopy data package has been authorized

by the Laboratory Manager or his designee, as verified by the following

signature.

Roy W. Morrow

Department Man ger

Analytical Chemistry Department (K-25)

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Sincerely,

/*?/ C

-4 , y

Clarence R. Kirkpatrick

Program Manager

Waste Management Analysis


Analysis

A. Semi-Volatiles

B. Volatiles

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Table 1. Analytical Protocol used for Project 90-027

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Protocol

BNA (CLP) protocol

VOA (CLP) protocol


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ANALYSIS DATA REPORT Page I of 2

AnaLIS ID: 901206-019 Customer Sample 10: N-101

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10646 Saimpte Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA -*ase/Neutrat/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Nuber: BRA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 5.7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 OA File Mumber: NA

El: Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS uglKg CAS Ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 980tJ 106-47-8 4-Chloroanitine 98OU

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 980U 87-68-3 Hexachlorobutadiene, 980U

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenol 980U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methyLpheno. 980U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene 980U 91-57-6 2-MethyinaphthaLene 984.

106-46-7 l.4-Dichlorobenzene 980U 77-4.7-4 HexachlorocycLopentadiene 980U

100-51-6 UenzyL Alcohol 980U 88-06-2 2,I..6-Trichtorophenot 980U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 98OU 95-95-4 2.4,5-Trichtorophenot 4700u

95-48-7 2-MethylphenoL 980U 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthalene 980u

108-60-1 bis(2-ChLoroisopropyt)ether 980U 88-74-4 2-Mitroanitine 4700U

106-44-5 4-MethyLphenot 980U 131-11-3 Dimethytphthalate 980U

621-64-7 M-Mitroso-di-n-propyanine 980U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 980U

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane 980U 99-09-2 3-Mitroaniline 470OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 980U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 980U

78-59-1 Isophorone 980U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 470OU

88-75-5 2-NitrophenoL 980U 100-02-7 is-Mitrophenot 4700U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenol 980U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 980U

65-85-0 Benz *oic Acid 4700U 121-14-2 2.I.-Dinitrotoluene 980U

111-91-1 bisC2-Chloroethoxy)methane 980U 606-20-2 2,6-DinitrotoLuene 980U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 980U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate 180 4iQ do (A

120-82-1 1,2,4-TrichLorobenzene 980U 7005-72-3 4-ChLorophenyL-phenylether 980u

91-20-3 Naphthalene 980U 86-73-7 Fluorene 980U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

i - indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected./

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-019 Customer Sample ID: N-101

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNERIR. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10646 Samp~le Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Samrple Received: 6-DEC-1990

UNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Comrpou~nds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA (CLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 5.7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA File Number: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline 470OU 53-70-3 Dibenz(ah)anthracene 98OU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methytphenol 4700U 191-24-2 Benzo(ghi)perytene 980U

86-30-6 N-itrosodiphenylamine 9S0U

101-55-3 4-Bromopheny-phenylether 98OU

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene 980U

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenot 4700U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 980U

120-12-7 Anthracene 980Ui

84-74-2 Di -n-butylphthalate 42006 IA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 980t

129-00-0 Pyrene 98WU

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 98OU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1900U

56-55-3 Benzo~a)anthracene 980U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyl)phthalate *00 9 80 L-.

218-01-9 Chrysene 98OW

117-84-0 DI-ui-octylphthalate 98WU

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene 98WU

207-08-9 Benzo~k)fluorenthene 98WU

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyren. 98WU

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 98WU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

* - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the samrple.

J - indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

o - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

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Analytical Chemistry Department

INA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-019 Custmer Samrple 1D: N-101

Laboratory: Organic MassSpectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 10646

Level: (tow/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 5.7 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH*:

GPC Cleanup: CT/N) N

Concentration units

Number TICs found: 15 (ug/L or ug/Kg): uqK

I CAS NUMBER C01MPOUND NAME I RT EST. CONC. a

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentenone, 4-hydroxy-4-mothy 5 .9i i aCI"I

2. 872-50-41 2-Pyrrotidinone. 1-methyl- 9 .81! -44 -B

I3. 1 Unknown 1 12.50! goo1

I4- 25013-16-51 Phenot.(1.1-dimethylethyl)-4-m

I5. Unknown

4 6.L 4;

mee1 -----

6. IUnknown

I7._17851-53-51 1.2-genzenedicarboxylic acidb j.3

Wes0 IWag

--oul t

~

I 8. I Unknown (Hydrocarbon) .2~i.6 - -4-4 -- I

I9.

10.

I11.

IUnknown

IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown

I

I

21.96 J420

23.74 J590

24.11 J570

1 1

I 1

1

12.______ Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

13. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I14. jUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

I15. fUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

116.

I

I

A .6i-

149t

27.78 I2100

i-O.3

-tmI JB

inn 1 4_1

1~

-9

___ I

17. ___I

is8. ____IL___I

1'9._____III__ _

120.--II __

121. ___________________ 1 __ I

22.II I

123.I I

124.--- I

125. ___________________1II

126. I

127. I I

128.II I

129.--I

130.I I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-019 Customer Sample 10: N-101

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07606 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 597012 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatile Organic Compounds CTCI)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOkA (CP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HL3DLESTOM

Associated Slank: 901211-004 CA File Number: MA

0l : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS uglKg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1.1,2-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Uromomethane 1Ut 71-43-2 Benzene 5u

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichtoropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11t) 75-25-2 Bromoform 5u

75-09-2 MethyLene Chloride 5U 108-10-1 4-Nethyt-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disuifide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5u

75-35-4 1*1-Dfchtoroethene SU 79-34-5 .1.1,2.Z-TetrachLoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1 1 1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichioroethene (total) SU 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform .5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Oichioroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1*1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichioropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichtoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibronwchtoromethane sU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The nwiber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldot condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS 10: 901206-020 Customer Sample 10: N-102

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSUER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 10647 .Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 597003 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/NeutraL/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 7.7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 aA Fite Number: UA

[U : Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ..................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 99OU 106-47-8 4-Chtoroanitine 990U

111-44-4 bis(2-ChLoroethyl)ether 990U 87-68-3 HexachLorobuitadiene 990u

95-57-8 2-ChlorophenoL 99OU 59-50-7 4-ChLoro-3-methyiphenot 990u

541-73-1 1,3-DichLorobenzene 99OU 91-57-6 2-MethylnaphthaLene 990u

106-46-7 1,4-Dichiorobenzene 99OU 77-47-4 HexachLorocyclopentadiene 990U

100-51-6 *enzyl Alcohol 990U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichLorophenoL 990U

95-SO-1 1,2-OlchLorobenzene 99OU 95-95-4 2,S,-Trichlarophenot 4800u

95-48-7 2-Methyiphenot 99OU 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaplithatene 990u

108-60-1 bis(2-ChLoroisopropyt)ether 990U 88-74-4 2-IditroaniLine 480OU

106-44-5 4-Nethytphenot 990U 131-11-3 DimethyLpinhatate 990u

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 990U 208-96-8 Acenaplithylene 990U

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane 990U 99-09-2 3-NitroaniLine 480OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 9901U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 990U

78-59-1 Isophorone 990U 51-28-S 2,4-Dinitrophenot 480OU

88-75-S 2-Nitrophenot 990U 100-02-7 4-Witrophenol. 480OU

105-67-9 2,4-DimethyLphenol 99OU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 990U

65-85-0 *enzoic Acid 11'Q 489-do-. LA 121-1U-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 990U

111-91-1 bisC2-Chloroethoxy)methane 990U 606-20-2 2, 6 -Oinitrototuene 990U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 990U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate 9)90 2~0-. 6 A

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichtorobenzene 990U 7005-72-3 4 -Chtorophenyt-phenyLether 990U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 99OU 86-73-7 I'Luorene 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaL!! ID: 901206-020 Customer Samle ID: N-102

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSWER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 1064.7 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 5970#3 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Samuple Received: 6-DEC-1990

DNA -*ase/Neut ratl/Acid copounads (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 7.7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C 1MEEMAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 QA File Number: NA

[I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... .................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline 4800Uj 53-70-3 Dibenz(a~h)anthracene 990U

534.-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 4800U 191-24-2 Uenzo(g,h,i)perylene 990U

86-30-6 N-Nltrosodiphenylamine 99OU

101-55-3 4-Uromopheny-phenylether 990Ui

118-74-1 HexachLorobenzene 990U

87-86-5 PentachLorophenol 4800ui

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 990Ui

120-12-7 Anthracene 990Ui

84-74-2 Di-n-butylpdhthaLat* 32001k, Lk.

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 990U

129-00-0 Pyrene 9901J

85-68-7 Dutytbenzylphthatate 990U

91-94-1 3,3'-Olchlorobenzidine 2000Ui

56-55-3 Bonzo~a)anthracene 990U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyl)phthaLate 420 jo- 990 )

218-01 -9 Chrysene 990U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 990U

205-99-2 Uenzo(b)f luorantherve 990U

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene 990U

50-32-8 Senzo(a)pyrene 990U

193-39-5 indeno(l,2,3-cd)pyrene 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compounid was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the samrple.

6 - Analyte was foun~d In the reagent blank as well as the samrple.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

o - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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BRA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED C0MI)WNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-020 Customer Sample ID: N-102

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 10647

Level: (tow/med): LOWJ Date Received: -6-0EC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 13-0EC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7.7 dec. On____Dte Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH:_____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Numb~er TICs found: 14 (ug/L or uglKg): y~_K

CAS NUMBER j COMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC. Q

1.

I2.

123-42-21 2-Pentenone._4-hydroxy-4-methY

872-50-41 2-Pyrrotidinone._1-methyl-

I 9-"I~

9.03 I 30

3. 25013-16-51 Phenot.(1.1-dimethytethyt)-4-m i14;7 I 54"

4. 1 Unknown I 10.08 ia 1303 d

I5. 17851-53-51_1.2-Benzenedicarboxytic acld.b

6. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I7. Iunknown

8. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I

I

j

2.31

--2S.6~1 I

26.001

60- I a

60I .s

4601.

6

I

9. IUnknown J 27.70 I2100 I.

10. IUnknown (Atkyl Hydrocarbon) 26A1 3- 620 IJ

11. IUnknown (Alkyt- Hydrocarbon) P82.91 I "2L J-JB-

12. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) I 30.55 I410 1 3

13. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) I 32.61 I400 1 .

114. Iunknown I 33.75 4201.

I

15.III

116. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.._ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _ I

17.L__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _I_ _ _ _I_ _ _

118. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

19._ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 1_ _ _ _1 _ _ _ _ _

120.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

I21. _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _

122. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

123. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

124. J_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _]_ _ _ _ _ _

125. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _

126. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

127.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _

128. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _

129.1 __ _ _ _i_ _ _ _ __ _

130. i_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samp~te.

B-Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J3 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D - secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-020 Customer Sample ID: N-102

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSMER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07598 Samle Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597012 Re~iisition Nmbe~r:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-OEC-1990

VOA - Volatile, Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VGA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 GA Fite Number: MA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kq CAS ug/Kg

......................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 ChLoromethane 1IU 79-00-5 1,1.2-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-113-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5u

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 111U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methytene Chloride 5 -Q--ft LA 108-10-1 4-Methyt-2-pentenone llu

67-64-1 Acetone 30-1. Ik 591-78-6 2-Nexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon DisuLfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1.1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1.,2-TetrachLoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1*1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-DichLoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene su

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1lelelTrichioroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichtoropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene

5UA

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U 1 /43,

124-48-1 Dibromochtoroinethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8B Analyte was founad In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLS I: 90206021Customer Sample ID: N-103

Laboratory: Organic Kass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 10648 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instruaent 10: 597003 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Numbier: BNA (CIP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 5.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 GA File Numbrder: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for spike

CAS Ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 1000U 106-47-8 4-ChtoroaniLine 1000U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chtoroethyt)ether 1000U 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene l0Ou

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot 1 000U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methytphenot 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene I 000U 91-57-6 2-Methytnaphthatene 100OU

106-46-7 1,4-DichLorobenzene 1OOOU 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyclopentadiene I 000u

100-51-6 Benzyt Alcohol, 1000U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichtorophenoL l0OUt

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene I 000U 95-95-4 2,4,5-TrichloropheroL 5100u

95-48-7 2-MethyiphenoL 100OU 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthatene 1000U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chloroisopropyt)ether 100OU 88-74-4 2-Nltroanitine 510Wu

106-44-5 4-Methylphenot IOO0OU 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate 1000U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propytamine I 000U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 1000U

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane 1000U 99-09-2 3-NitroaniLine 51OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 1 00WU 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 1000W

78-59-1 Isophorone I100WU 51-28-5 2.4-Dinitrophenol Sl00U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 100WU 100-02-7 4-Mitrophenot 5Ou

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenot IOOOU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 1000U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 510WU 121-14-2 2,4-DinitrotoLuene 1000u

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 100OW 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 1000U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 100WU 84-66-2 Diethytphthalate 1000 doQ-G (

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichtorobenzene 1000U 7005-72-3 4-ChLorophenyl-phenylether 100OW

91-20-3 Naphthalene 100WU 86-73-7 Fluorene l0OU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Conpound was analyzed for but not detected. The numaber is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

8 - Analyte w~as found in the reagent blank as well as the samrple.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A-Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS 10: 901206-021 Customer Sample ID: N-103

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 10648 Sample Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597003 Requisition Numbr:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C KEENAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 QA File Numb~er: NA

EU : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

......................... ...... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline 510OU 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene IOOOU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methytphenoL 5100U 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h~i)perylene 1000U

86-30-6 *N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1000U

101-55-3 4-Iromophenyl-phenylether 1000U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene 100OU

87-86-5 PentachiorophenoL 5100U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 1000U

120-12-7 Anthracene 100OU

84-74-2 Di-n-buitylphthaLate 2900 S, LA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 100OU

129-00-0 Pyrene 1000U

85-68-7 Iutytbenzytplhthatate 1000U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 2100U

56-55-3 *enzo~a)anthracene 1000U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthatate 5ie d- too~o LA

218-01-9 Chrysene 1000u

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthaLate 1000U

205-99-2 *enzo(b)ftuoranthene I 000U

207-08-9 Senzo(k)ftuoranthene 100OU

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene 1000U

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene IOOOU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compoun~d was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Anatyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range. q& q

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BHA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-021. Customer Sample ID: M-103

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratoy Customer: J3. KESSWER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 10648

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 6-D EC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 5.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepFIContISonc) SoxH pH: ____

CPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: -8 (ugIL or ug/Kg): usLXa

CAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME R T IEST. CONC. 0

:zzzzzzuz228 32=ZZ333Z332335323BZ532: u 5zzz:2323zz.zzc

s zszz 1 zXzz~ us:253zs z2z~jzz~z3

1.- 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy.I.-methy 5_______b !7~ ii, 96

12. 1 Unknown

3. 17851-53-51 1.2-Senzenedicarboxylic acidb

I4. IUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon)

I5. IUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon)

1 12.50O1

_________

!5________?*

j -e.16i-

700 1

ape ~

I IM4

6.

I7.

IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown I

-q4e49

27.72

174 I 20

2300 I

Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) -V

110. I

I

11.I I

1'3. I

114. I

115._______________________1_____1__ _

116. II_____I___

117. II___

118. II___

119. IIII___

120. ____I

121. I _____ ___

122. ______I___I

123. II____ __

124. ______I___I

I25.I _____I_ __

I26.I ______I___I

j27. _______ I

128._III

129. III_______

130. I_________I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

6 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J3 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

Do Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-021 Customer Sample 1D: N-103

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite 10: 0,7599 Sampte Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 597012 Requisition Nuumber:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VDA Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preaparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL. STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 QA File Number: WA

D) : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.............................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11t) 79-00-5 1,1.2-Trichioroethane 5U

74-83-9 Brbmomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11t; 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dlchtoropropene 5U

75-00-3 ChLoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoforu 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride .5 2-

-g- L 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 28 S. LJA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5t; 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U9

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane 5U9 108-88-3 Toluene 519

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 ChLorobenzene 519

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 EthyLbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-DichLoroethane 5U 10-25Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 1U 1330-20-7 XyLene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1.1,1-Trichtorotthane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 519

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 519

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 519

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5S9

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 519

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - AnaLyte was founxd in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

.3 - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-022 Customer Sample to: N-104

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 10649 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597013 Reqisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

RNA -Base/Neutral/Acid compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nu~mber: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 5.2 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C KEENAN

Associated Dlank: 901213-028 DA File Number: NA

Cl:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol IOOOU 106-47-8 4-Chtoroanitine 100OU

111-44-4 bisc2-Chtoroethyt)ether 1000U 87-68-3 Nexachlorobijtadiene 100OU

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol 1000u 59-50-7 4-Ch Loro-3-methyLphenot 1000u

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 100OU 91-57-6 2-Methylnaphthalene 1000U

106-46-7 1*I-Dichtorobenzene WOW0 77-47-4 NexachLorocyctopentadiene 1000U

100-51-6 DenzyL Alcohol I DOW 88-06-2 2.,6-Trichlorophenol 100OU

95-50-1 1.2-Dichlorobenzene I1000U 95-95-4 2,4,5-TrichtorophenoL 4900U

95-48-7 2-MethytphenoL 100OU 91-58-7 2-Chloronaphthatene 1000U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chioroisopropyl)ether 1000U) 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline 4900U

106-44-5 4-Methyiphenol 1000U 131-11-3 Dimethytphthalate 100OU

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propyanine 100OU 208-96-8 Acenaphthytene 1000U

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane NOWO 99-09-2 3-Nitroanilina 4900U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 1000U 83-32-9 Acenaphthenve 1000U

78-59-1 isophorone 1000U 51-28-5 2.4-Dinitrophenol 4900U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 1000U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 4900U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphentol 100OU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran l0Ou

65-85-0 Denzoic Acid /600 WO do Lot 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 1000U

111-91-1 bis(2-ChLoroethoxy)methane 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-DinitrotoLuene 1000U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 100WU 84-66-2 DiethylphthaLate 1660 ego'-G do .

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichtorobenzene 100OW 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyt-phenyLether 1000U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 100WU 86-73-7 FLuorene 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but niot detected. The numbi*er is the attainable detection limit for the samople.

B - Analyte was founid in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected. /

A-AldoL condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E-Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-022 Customer Sample 10: N-104

Laboratory: Organic Has$ Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10649 Sample Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597013 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA - *ase/NeutratlAcid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 13-OEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Nmb~er: OKA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.2 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C KEENAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 aA File Number: NA

[1 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS uglK9 CAS ug/Kg

...... ................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitine 490OU S3-70-3 Dibenz~ah)anthracene 1000U

S34-52-1 4.6-Dinitro-2-methylphenaL 4900U 191-24-2 *enzo(g,i)perytene I 000U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenytamine lOOOU

101-55-3 4-IroniophenyL-phenytether IOOOU

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene 100OU

87-86-5 PentachlorophenoL 4900W

85-01-5 Phenanthrene I100WU

120-12-7 Anthracene I1000t

84-74-2 Di-n-butyLphthaLate 260O'D.. L&

206-44-0 Ftuoranthene I100WU

129-00-0 Pyrene 100WU

85-68-7 Uutytbenzylphthalate 100WU

91-94-1 3,31-Dichlorobenzidine 200WU

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthatate

I100WU

&MdO m; O10b LA

215-01-9 Chrysene 100Wt

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 100WU

205-99-2 Benzo(b)ftuoranthene 100OW

207-08-9 *enzo~kfluoranthene 1000W

50-32-8 Senzo(a)pyrene 100WU

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 100WU

Data Reporting Qualifiers: % l I

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

8 Anatyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A -Atdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOULND S

AnaLIS ID: 901206-022 Customer Sample ID: N-104

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 10649

Level: (low/mnd): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 13-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 5.2 dec. Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SOXH PH:

GPC Cleanup: (Y/N) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 16 (uglL or uglKg): _uL~

CAS NUMIER COMPOUND NAME R T jEST. CONC. a

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy I4 1(000 1 j

2.- 872-50-41 2-Pyrrotidinone, 1-methyl- I 9.82 ! 4ZO I

13. 1 Unknown 1 12.50! 7401.

4._25013-16-51 Phenot.(1.1-dimethytethyl)-4-m j .d.;I J

5- 1 Unknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon) 1 19.44 I560 . 1

6. 17851-53-51 1.2-Benzenedicarboxytic acid.b

7. jUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

8. jUnknown

I .______ Unknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon)

10. IUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon)

I11- Unknown

12. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

2i1.38 -63 49-

2i6 4-9 1

I21.94 j630 I.

12 M .3- ~

.?*. ----- -! 0--O

I24.11 J.440 I .9

I5 Al I1-dyOI

13.Unknown

14. IUnknown (sat'd Hyrocarbon)

15. IUnknown

I16. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

117.

18. III___

I

I27.74

25.99j

2&4 I

I2400

31IZ

I___

450 1

... 4 j l

1.1

j-

120. IIIj___

121. II___

122. .___I

123. II___

124. III___

125.- 1.___

126.I .___I

127. III___

128. II___

129.I I

130.I II

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

8S Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J-Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A -Aldo( condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification.

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Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07600 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized Dy: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VGA - volatile Organic Compounmds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Nuber: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 GA File Number: NA

D : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

74-87-3 ChLoromethane 1U1 79-00-5 1,1,2-TrichLoroethane SU

74-83-9 Bromomethane IllU 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chtoroethane litu 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Nethylene Chloride 5 dB~e LA 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 27 1. LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11u

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichtoroethene 51) 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-DichLoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone llU 1330-20-7 XyLene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-TrichLoroethene 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11t;

75-27-4 Drombdichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-DichLoropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

* - Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-023 Customer Sample ID: W-105

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10652 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 5970513 Requfsition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA - lase/NeutraL/Acid Compounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Numb~er: RNA (CIP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 5.0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 GA File Number: MA

11:Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 980U 106-47-8 4-Chtoroanitine 980U

111-44-4 bisc2-ChLoroethyl)ether 980U 87-68-3 Hexachlorobutadiene 980U

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot 980U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methyiphenot 980U

541-73-1 1,3-DlchLorobenzene 9B0U 91-57-6 2-1MethylnaphthaLene 980u

106-46-7 1,4-Dlchiorobenzene 980U 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyctopentadiene 98OU

100-51-6 *enzyl Alcohol 980U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichlorophenoL 980u

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 981. 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichlorophenol 4700u

95-48-7 2-MethyiphenoL 980U 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthalene 98Ou

108-60-1 bis(2-ChloroisopropyL)ether 980U 88-74-4 2-NitroaniLine 4700U

106-44-5 4-MethylphenoL 980U 131-11-3 DimethyiphthaLate 980U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 980U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 980U

67-72-1 Hexachioroethane 981. 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 4700u

98-95-3 Hitrobenzene 9B0U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 981.

78-59-1 Isophorone 9B0U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 4700U

88-75-5 2-Nltrophenot 981. 100-02-7 4-NitrophenoL 4700u

105-67-9 2,4-DimethylphenoL 981. 132-64-9 Dlbenzofuran 980U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 4780 -~.~rLA 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 980U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chtoroethoxy)methane 9801) 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrototuene 980U

120-83-2 2,4-DichLorophenoL 98OU 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate i20 46e~e LA

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 9801. 7005-72-3 4 -Chi orophenyL -phenyl ether 980U

91-20-3 Naphthatene 981. 86-73-7 FLuorene 980U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO Not detected.

A - ALdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

7

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS 1D: 901206-023 Customer Sample tD: N-105

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File to: 10652 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument t0: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized Bly: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC- 1990

BRA - *ase/Meutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: BRA CCLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Stank: 901213-028 QA File Numb~er: NA

11 : Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nftroanitlne 4700t) 53-70-3 Dibenz(a~h)anthracene 98OW

534-52-1 4.6-Dinitro-2-methytphenot 4701U 191-24-2 *enzo(g.h.l)perylene 9S0U

86-30-6 -Ntrosodlphenytmlne 980U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether 9BOU

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene 980U

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenot, 470OU

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 98OU

120-12-7 Anthracene 980U

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 3600s,.. LA.

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 98WU

129-00-0 Pyrene 98Wu

85-68-7 UutylbenzyLphthalate 98WU

91-94-1 3,3'-DichLorobenzidine 200WU

56-55-3 genzo(a)anthracene 98WU

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthaLate "ede 5 ,50 (A.

218-01-9 Chrysene 98WU

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthatate 98WU

205-99-2 *enzo(b)fluoranthene 98WU

207-08-9 Benzo~kfLuoranthene 98W ' (

50-32-8 Senzo(a)pyrene 98WU

193-39-5 lndenoCl,2,3-cd)pyrene 98WU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COIPOIJNOS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-023

Customer Sample ID: N-105

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL

File I0: 10652

Level: (low/med): LOU Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. .0 dec. Date Extracted: 12-DEC- 199

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH

PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (Y/N) N

Niber Tics founrd: 13

Concentration Units

(ugIL or ug/Kg): uM~

CASNULMBER ICOMPOUND NAKE RY EST. CONC. 0

1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy I 57" i 1Zees~

2. 1 Unknown 12.561 4701

I3. 25013-16-51 Pheno.C.-dimethylethyt)4-m I 4.''I 10I

4. 1751-53-51 1.2-Renzenedicarboxylic acid.b I Z129 4- Ia4

I5. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) ..7.., i-- -~ I5 J

6. IUnknown (AtkytHydrocarbon) I :23A71 4 420 1.j

7. IUnknown I 24..10 500 -,

g . IUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon) J 6 48 4iI is0[-o

110. Iunknown j 27.711 2400j

I11. IUnknown (set'd Hydrocarbon) 3 0.Q 610 -.

I12. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) 28 9e.; 4i~ot-

I13. unknown 3 33.88 j570 ...... I

114. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _ I

115. ____

116.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ._ _ _

17. _ _

118. ____

__

__ _ _ _.1_ _ _

_____I___

19. _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

120. j_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _

121. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

122. j__ _ _ _3I

123. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JI

124. IJ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

125. _____I

126._____I

127.__ _ _ _ ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

2Z8. _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

129. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

~30.

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

0 -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification. D-34

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File ID: 07607 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrumaent ID: 597092 Requisition Numbzer:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample, Received: 6-DEC-1990

VGA -Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nuber: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA CCLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: S Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL NWDDLESTON

Associated Stank: 901211-004 aA File Nu~mber: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS tag/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 1IU 79-00-5 1.1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

71.-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71.143-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichlorapropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Iromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride *--*t LA 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide SU 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75.35-4 1,1-Dichioroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachtoroethane 5U

75-34-3 I 1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Dutanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Dromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropene 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Conpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Hot detected.

A - Atlol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-024 Customer Sample ID: N-106

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10653 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597013 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-OEC-1990

BRA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numiber: Analysis Procedure Number: BRA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 3.3 Dilution Factor: 2.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C M4EEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 GA File Number: NA

I]:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 2000U) 106-47-8 4-ChtoroaniLine 20001U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chtoroethyt)ether 2000t) 87-68-3 Nexachtorobutadiene 200OU

95-57-8 2-ChlorophenoL 200OU 59-50-7 4-Chlora-3-methylphenoL 200OU

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 200013 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthalene 2000u

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene 20001U 77-47-4 HexachLorocyclopentadiene 2000t3

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol. 20001U 88-06-2 2,4.,6-Trichlorophenot 20001U

95-50-1 1,2-DichLorobenzene 20003 95-95-4 2.4,5-Trichtorophenol 9501U

95-48-7 2-MethytphenoL 2000t3 91-58-7 2-ChloronaplithaLene 2000u

108-60-1 bisC2-Chloroisopropyl)ether 20001U 881-74-4 2-Nitroaniline 9500U3

106-"4-5 4-MethyLphenol 2000t3 131-11-3 DimehylphthoLate 2000t)

621-64-7 -Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 20001U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 200013

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 2000U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 950013

98-95-3 Nitrobeniene 200013 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 20001U

78-59-1 Isophorone 200013 51-25-5 2,4-DinitrophenoL 950013

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 2000t3 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 950013

105-67-9 2,4-DimethytphenoL 20001U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 20001U

65-85-0 Benjoic Acid 950OU 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 20001U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 20001U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluenve 2000u3

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 20001U 84-66-2 Diethytphthalate 2oaa 25e~O do ..

120-a2-1 1,Z,4-Trichlorobenzene 200013 7005-72-3 4-ChtorophenyL-phenylether 20001U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 20001U 86-73-7 Fluorene 2000u3

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - AnaLyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol. condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLiS ID: 901206-024 Customer Sample ID: N-106

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 10653 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597003 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA -Base/NeutraL/Acid Compounlds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb*er: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 3.3 Dilution Factor: 2.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEENAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA File Number: NA

0 : Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/K9

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitine 950OU 53-70-3 Dibenz(a~h)anthracene 200OU

534-52-1 4,6-Dlnitro-2-mthytphenoL 950OU 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h~i)peryLene 2000U

86-30-6 N-itrosodiphenylamine 200OL!

101-55-3 4-Dromopheny-phenylether 200OU

118-74-1 Hexachtorobenzene 2000U

87-86-5 PentachtorophenoL 9500U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 2000U

120-12-7 Anthracene 2000U

84-74-2 Di -n-butytphthalate 2000'S.. LA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 200DU

129-00-0 Pyrene 200WU

85-68-7 Dutylbenzylphthalate 200OU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichiorobenzidine 390WU

56-55-3 Denzo(a)anthracene 200WU

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthatate 2500 S, LA

218-01-9 Chrysene 2000t

117-84-0 Di-n -octytphthatate 110 J ,4

205-99-2 Benzo~b)ftuoranthene 200WU

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fLuoranthene 2000W

50-32-a Denzo(a)pyrene 280 .1

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 320 J

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Mot detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-024

Customer Sample ID: N-106

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratoy Customer: J9. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL

File ID: 10653

Level: (low/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 2.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 3.3 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepFICont/Sonc) SoxH PH:

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Number TiCs found: 9

Concentration Units

CugIL or ug/Kg): uqLK.

CAS NUM'BER COMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC. 0

1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy j I : -4v j i ~

2. 1 Unknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon) j 19.48 I990 1 1

I3.

I4.

I5.

IUnknown

IUnknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon)

849-99-01 mexanedioic acid, dicyctohexyt

22.031

25.6i

26.39 1

12001.J

1190 4a,

8100

I

6.

I7.

a .

I9.

110. _________________

IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

1 Unknown 1

!6.49

27.76 1

29.59 1

33.96 1

I 'U

2600 J .

1400 I 9

1300 1. 1

1_____1________

I 11. 1__ _ _ _ 1II

112. __ _ I

113. 1 ____ _________I

14.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

I 15. I II

116. ___________________I______________

~17.

I 18.

119.

II

I

I

120.

I21. _

122.

_ _ _

I

_1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

I

123.j__________________________

124.

125.

126.j

127.1

128.1

129.1

130.1II

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Coffownd was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

83 Analyte was founad in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J.- Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D- 38


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-024 Customer Sampte ID: N-106

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 07608 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597082 Requisition Niuber:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VGA CCLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL IIJODLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 OA File Number: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane IOU 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane lOU 7 1-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride I OU 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichtoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane IOU 75-25-2 Bromform 5U

75-09-2 MethyLene Chloride 5 2*- (A 108-10-1 4-MethyL-2-pentanone IOU

67-64-1 Acetone I1W 591-78-6 2-Hexanone IOU

75-15-0 Carbon Disuifide 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1*1-Dichtoroethene 5U 79-34-5 1*1 92.2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Oichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichtoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone I1W 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-TrichLoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate IOU

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethene 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichioropropene 5U L

79-01-6 TrichLoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but niot detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - AnaLyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-39


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AnaLIS 10: 901206-025 Customer Sample ID: N-107

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 1D: 10654 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597003 Requisition Neuber:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA - Ease/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 5.0 Dilution factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEENAN

Associated Btank: 901213-028 GA Fite Number: NA

El Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg

............................ ..........

CAS ug/Kg

........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 100OU 106-47-8 4-ChLoroaniLine 100OU

111-44-4 bisC2-Chloroethyt)ether 100OU 87-68-3 Nexachlorobuatadiene 10O0u

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol 1000U 59-50-7 4-Chtoro-3-methyLphenot 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 1000U 91-57-6 2-NethylnaphthaLene I 000U

106-46-7 1,4-Dichtorobenzene 1000U 77-47-4 Hexachiorocyclopentadiene 1000U

100-51-6 BenzyL Alcohol 100OU 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 1000U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 100OU 95-95-4 2.I..5-TrichtorophenoL 490OU

95-48-7 2-Methyiphenol 100OU 91-58-7 Z-Chloronaphthatene 1000U

108-60-1 bisC2-ChtoroisopropyL)ether 1 00OU 88-74-4 2-Nitroanline 4900U

106-44-5 4-Methyiphenol I 00OU 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate 1000U

621-64-7 N-N itroso-di-n-propyLamine I 00OU 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 100Ou

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane 100OU 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 490OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 1000U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 1000U

78-59-1 Isophorone 1000U 51-28-5 2,4-DinitrophenoL 4900U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol IOOOU 100-02-7 4- N it rophenolI 490OU

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenot 1000U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran l0OUt

65-85-0 Uenzoic Acid /066 43096 Ue( 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 1000u

111-91-1 bisc2-Chloroethoxy)methane 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 1000u

120-83-2 2,4-DichlorophenoL 1000U 84-66-2 DiethylphthaLate fo00 238-~- do

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 1 000U 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyt-ph eny tether 1000U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 1000U 86-73-7 Fluorene 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

4

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

AlAdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution. e

E-Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-40


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AnaLlS 10: 901206-025 Customer Sampte ID: N-10?

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite 10: 10654 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 597013 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 OA File Numb~er: NA

U] : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitine 4900U 53-70-3 Dibenz(a~h)anthracene IOOOU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-Z-methytphenot 4900U 191-24-2 Senzo(g~hJi)perytene 100OU

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodlphenylaamine 1000U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenytether IOOOU

118-74-1 Hexachtorobenzene 1000U

87-56-5 Pentachlorophenol 4900U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 100OU

120-12-7 Anthracene 1000U

84-74-2 Di-n-butyLphthalate 3300-S. LA'

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 1000U

129-00-0 Pyrene 91 .1

85-68-7 Butytbenzylphthatate 1000U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzldine 200OU

56-55-3 Benzo~aanthracene 100OU

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthaiste 439 ds /000 Lk

218-01-9 Chrysene 1000U

117-84-0 Di-n-octytphthatate 100OU

205-99-2 Benzo(b) f uoranthene i000U

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fluoranthene

50-32-8 Uenzo(a)pyrene

193-39-5 lndeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

1000U

i000U

1000u /

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as welt as the sample.

i Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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SNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COM4POUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-025 Customer Saumple 10: N-107

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laborator Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Samrple Matrix: SOIL File ID: 10654

Level: (tow/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-OEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 5.0 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepF/ContlSonc) SoxH PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (Y/N) N

Numb~er TICs founid: 15

Concentration Units

(ugIL or uglKg): _u2L1

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND MAKE iT I EST. CONC. 0

S**SSWSSUUUU I.usawasssu ISU3SSSswunsan I3.sasawea

_K

~

1. 141-79-71 3-Penten-2-one, 1.-methyl- 4.94 1 450 1 JIA

2. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy I .00 6 34880 I

4. 1 Unknown (sat'dHydrocarbon) 19.44 I6903 15l-65_hnl11dmtvehl-~

J

6. 17851-53-SI12Bneeiabxlcai~

7 51 -I1.2-genzenedicarboxytic ~5 acid~b

I7.I Unknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon)

a. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I

I

1.ql

2[... I

MalI

~

~

;; 1

1

do

-

I9. jUnknown 25.901 1000 [

10. jUnknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon) 'j81 -ife-jd

Ill.____ Unknown 27.68 j800

12.

13.

Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) 1

-26H;------4Q ?Bi

is.O

30.53 1430 J

14. Unknown (Hydrocarbon) 32.59 j450 .i

15. jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) j 33.43 j1500 _____

116._____j_____________j__________I__ _

117. j______________ _ _ _ __

118. ____ 1II___

120.I I

21.III

122.I II

123. I

124.II

125.III

126.III

27.I

128.III

129.I

130. II

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8-AnaLyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J-Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

o - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range. D4

P - Probable Identification. D4


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-025 Customer Sample ID: U-107

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSHER/R. SHUCK

Fit* 10: 07609 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 5970#2 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Comp~ounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE L TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HIDOLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 CA File Number: NA

[D : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane SU

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11t) 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride £ -3-+.1, 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11t)

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon DisuLfide 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichioroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chtorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 EthyLbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichioroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-TrichLoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate I1U

75-27-4 Iromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene SU

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U 71

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J Indicates an estimated value.

NO Not detected.

A -ALdol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-028 Customer Sample ID: N-108

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. LESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07612 Sample Matrix: SOIL

InstrumIent ID: 597012 Reqisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VGA - Volatile Organic Compounds (CL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nmbier: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA (CLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: CL HUDDLES70N

Associated Blank: 901211-004 QA File Number: NA

[I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-DO-5 1,1.2-Trlchtoroethane Su

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene SU

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichtoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 MethyLene Chloride % --d L4 108-10-1 4-gethyt-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 14 LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disutfide SU 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene, 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachtoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane SU 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dfchtoroethent (total) 5U 108-90-7 ChLorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1.2-Dichtoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xytene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-S Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichioromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichtoropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 TrichLoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Com~pound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-44


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AnaLIS 10: 901206-029 Customer Sample ID: M-109

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J9. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite I0: 10658 Samrple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597013 Requisition Number:

Authorized Bly: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

INA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compoun~ds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA CCLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 8.0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEENAN

Associated Stank: 901213-028 CA File Number: NA

C]:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 980U 106-47-8 4-ChLorosnitine 980U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 980U 87-68-3 HexachLorobutadiene 98OU

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol 980U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methytphenot 9BOU

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene 98OU 91-57-6 2-Methytnaphthalene 980U

106-46-7 1.4-Dichtorobenzene 980U 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 980U

100-51-6 *enzyl Alcohol 98OU 88-06-2 2.4.6-Trichiorophenot 980U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobeniene 9B0U 95-95-4 2.,5-TrichtorophenoL 4700u

95-48-7 2-MethyLphenol 98OU 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthalene 980U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chtoroisopropyl)ether 980U 88-74-4 2-Nitroanitlne 470OU

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol 980U 131-11-3 Diuicthylphthalate 980U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 9B0U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 980U

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 9BOU 99-09-2 3-Nitroanillne 470OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 980tU 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 980Ui

78-59-1 Isophorone 98OU 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 4700u

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 9B0U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenot 470OU

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenot 980U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 98%.

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 4)80 .2 d8 LA 121-14-2 2,I.-Dinitrotoluene 98OU

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 980U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 980U

120-83-2 2,I-DichlorophenoL 980U 84-66-2 Diethytplithalate 4q8 W9-* IA

120-82-1 1,2.4-Trichiorobenzene 980U 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenylether 980U.

91-20-3 Naphthalene 98OU 86-73-7 Fluorene 980U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

4

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numrber is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the smple.

J9 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A l-Adol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution./

E-Exceeds initial calibration range.

Z 1

D-45

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-029 Customer Sample I0: 3-109

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 10658 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 59703 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Pr epa red: 12-DEC-IM9 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: INA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 8.0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEENH

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA Fite Number: NA

(I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ............................ .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline 4701. 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene 980U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methytphenot 4700tU 191-24-2 Benzo(g~hi0perylene 98OU

86-30-6 M-Nitrosodiphenylamine 980U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenvylether 9B0U

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene 9801.

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenol 4700tU

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 980U

120-12-7 Anthracene 981.

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 1700& %A

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 981.

129-00-0 Pyrene 980U

85-68-7 Butylbenzylplithalate 9BOU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidinte 200OU

56-55-3 Senzo~a)anthracene 980U

117-81-7 bis(2-EthyLhexyt)phthaLate 380 d- -160 LA

218-01-9 Chrysene 98WU

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 981.

205-99-2 Uenzo(b)fluoranthene 98OU

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene 980U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene 98OUI

193-39-5 Indeno(l*2,3-cd)pyrene 981.1 l /

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

10%6 /

U - Compounmd was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was founmd in the reagent blank as welt as the samle.

J - indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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BNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS 10: 901206-029 Customer Sample 1D: P-109

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laborator Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 10658

Level: (loa/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 8.0 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-OEC-1990

Extraction: (SepFIContISonc) SoxH PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Numb~er TICs found: 14

Concentration Units

(ug/L or uglKq): _uL~

I CAS NUMBER COM4POUND NAME j RT EST. CONC. a

I1.

I2.

I3.

141-79-71 3-Penten-2-one, 4-methyl-

123-42.21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1 Unknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon)

j4.93

j

I1100 .A J

. 9 140300 d O

18.23 I580 IJ

4. jUnknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon) j 18.78 I600 I 1

5. jUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon) £ 19.43 I1800 1

6. jUnknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon) 2 1.69-i 1180-4- JO

7. jUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) j 2.?9 6C i5 0l

a .j

9. J

Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

1 Unknown

_ n I11C -

25.87 j460

404 I

1 .1

10.

Ill.___

12.

Unknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon)

_ junknown

jUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I

I61

2648-

27.69k

7 --- O I-a

5801 J

-- see.- I.' da

13.

14.

115. ____

jUnknown (Atkyt Hydrocarbon)

jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) I

32.59 430 J ~

33.43 11200 J

116. _

17. ____

118. ____

119. ____

_ _

120.1I I

121. ____1II

22?.____

123.1

124.1

125.1I

I

I

126. I

127. II

128. I

129.

130. I

I

I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-47


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-029 Customer Sample ID: N-109

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07613 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatile Organic Compounmds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VOA (CLP) MOP

Percent moisture: 8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL NUDDLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 QA File Number: NA

CI:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

74-87-3 Chioromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1*2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomthane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichtoropropene 5U

75-00-3 ChLoroethane

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride

11U

.5t-*- LA

75-25-2 Bromoform

108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone

SU

11U

67-64-1 Acetone 15 IA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone I 1U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene SU

75-35-4 *1-Dichtoroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 ,1-DlchLoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-DichLoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,11-TrichLoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Iromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-13-OichLoropropene

79-01-6 Trichtoroethene

5U

5U I J69

124-48-1 Dibromochioromethane SU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Comrpounrd was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-48


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AnaLIS IN: 901206-030 Customer Samuple ID: N-110

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fit@ ID: 10659 Sample Matrix: SOIL

instrument tD: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

DNA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numiber: Analysis Procedure Numb~er: DNA CCLP) WOP

Percent Moisture: 7.4 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Btank: 901213-028 QA File Number: NA

[] : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS iig/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 990U 106-47-8 4-Chloroanitine 990U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether 99OU a7-68-3 Nexachiorobutadiene 990U

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenol 99OU 59-50-7 4-Chioro-3-methytphenol 990U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene 990U 91-57-6 2-MethytnaphthaLene 990U

106-46-7 1.4-Olchlorobenzene 990U 77-47-4 HexachLorocyclopentadiene 990U

100-51-6 BenzyL Alcohol 990U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichlorophenoL 990U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichtorobenzene 990U 95-95-4 2,4,5-TrichtorophenoL 4800U

95-48-7 2-Methytplienol 990U 91-58-7 2-Chtoronsphthalene 990U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chtoroisopropyt)ether 990U 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline 480OU

106-44-5 4-methyLphenol 990U 131-11-3 Dlmethylphthalate 990U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propytamine 99OU 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 99OU

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 99W 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 480WU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 990U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 99WU

78-59-1 Isophorone 990U 51-28-S 2,4-Dinitrophenot 480OU

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 99WU 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 4800U

105-67-9 2.4-DimethylphenoL 99W 132-64-9 Oibenzofuran 990U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 4"0 40-d41 L)A 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 990W

111-91-1 bis(2-Chtoroethoxy)methane 99W 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 990U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 99W 84-66-2 .Diethytphthatate q0me# L&.

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichtorobenzene 99W 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenytother 99W

91-20-3 Naphthalene 99W 86-73-7 Fluorene 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sampLe.

B - Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution. 11

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

D-49


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AnaLiS ID: 901206-030 Customer Sample ID: N-110

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNERIR. SHUCK

Fite 1D: 10659 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrumnent ID: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounzds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: IZ-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: UNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 7.4 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 GA File Number: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

............................ .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitine 4800U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene 991.

534-52-1 4.6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 4800U 191-24-2 Benzo(g~hJi)perylene 991.

56-30-6 N-Nitrosodiplienylamine 990U

101-55-3 4-Bromopheyl-phenylether 990U.

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene 990U

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenol 480OU

85-01-8 Phenantht-ene 990U

120-12-7 Anthracene 991.

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthaLate 1800'S.. Li.

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 991.

129-00-0 Pyrene 99OU

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 990U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichiorobenzidine 2000U

56-55-3 Benzo~aenthracene 990u

117-81-7 bisC2-Ethythexyl)phthaLate 389-" -IC 09 LA,

218-01-9 Chrysene 990k)

117-84-0 Oi-n-octylphthelate 990U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)ftuoranthene 990U

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene 990U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene 990U

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U Comipounid was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B -Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

NO -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D- 50


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BRA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-030 Customer Sample ID: N-110

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laborotor Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File IDN 10659

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7.4 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepFICont/Sonc) SoxH PH: -

GPC Cleanup: (Y/N) N

Concentration Units

Number TIC& found: 12 CugIL or uglKg): gxLK

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT IEST. CONC. I 0

I1.

I2.

141-79-71 3-Penten-2-one, 4-methyl-

123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

4.92 I49"

-b..O "

1 JIA

I3. 872-50-41 2-Pyrrolidinone. 1-methyt-

I4. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I5. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I6. IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

I7. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)j

I8. IUnknown 1

I9. jUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

110. jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) 1

I 1.jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) I

9 .E:I'6 2

19.43 I660 J

256 86 j0-

25.89 I850 IJ

u.I

27.671 1500 1

pe.i[ I .490-+. .n

30.531 410j 1

32.60 1420 J .

/

6

12. JUnknown (Hydrocarbon) I 33.45 I 1300I I

113. _ __ _1III

I14.__ _ _ _ j II

I15.__ _ _ _ j II

116. ____

117. 1___

118. ____

119. ____

120.j II

121.11____1

122. 11____1____1___

123.1____1____1 I

24. 1____1____1___

125. I1____1____I___

126. 1_ _ _ _. _ _ _ 1__ _ I

127. II____I____I___

128. - I____ ____I___

129. _____I____i___I

130. I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The nu~mber Is the attainable detection limit for the samp~le.

8 - Anolyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

j - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-51


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-030 Customer Sample ID: N-110

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSWER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07614 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrumaent I0: 597092 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VGA - Volatile Organic Coupoumds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared:

Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Nwumber: VOA (CIP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted):

Analyst: GL HUODLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 GA File Number: NA

11 Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/K9

...... .......................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1.1,2-Trichtoroethane 5u

74-83-9 Broomethane 111U 71-43-2 Benzene 5u

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride iiU 10061-02-6 trans-1,3.Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Iromoform 5u

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5 31-1- LA 108-10-1 4 -Methyt-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 111) 591-78-6 2-Nexanone 111)

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide su 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene, su

75-35-4 1,1-Dichtoroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,.,2-Tetrachloroethane su

75-34-3 .1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5u

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) SU 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5u

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5u

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5u

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-S Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl. Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane SU

78-87-5 1.2-Dichioropropane Su

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Oichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 TrichLoroethene 5U1

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U1

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samp~le.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - ALdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

D-52


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VGA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPUND S

AnaLIS ID: 901206-030 Customer Sample ID: N-11O

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Leboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 07614

Level: (Low/med): LOW Date Received: 6-OEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7

Concentration Units

Number TICs foun~d: 1 (ug/L or ug/Kg): u K2

ICAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME RT iEST. CONC. Q

I1. 76-13-11 Freon 113 4.2~~j 6 S

j3._ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1I

j8._ _ _ I

19.1

110. ____

I

12. _ _ _ _

113. ____1 I

114. ____1I I

I15.__ __ _ II

116. ____1 II

1'9._____

20.__ _ _ _

121.

II

II

I

122.jII

123.j

124.J

125.1____________1

126.

127.

128.

129.

130.

III

II

I

I

II

II

I

I

I

I

I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samp1e.

B -Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J3 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P Probable Identification.

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AnaLIS ID: M0206-031 Customer Sample ID: N-111

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 10660 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597053 Reuqisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

RNA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BHA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 GA File Number: NA

UI : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ugfKg

...... ............................ .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 99WU 106-47-8 4-Chtoroaniline 990U

111-14-4 bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 990t.3 57-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene 990U

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol 991. 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methytphenot 990U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene 991. 91-57-6 2-MethytnaplhthaLene 990U

106-4.6-7 1*i-Dichlorobenzene 99OU 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyclopentadiene 990U

100-51-6 *enzyl Alcohol 99OU 58-06-2 2,4,6-TrichLorophenol 990U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 99WU 95-95-4. 2,4.5-TrichLorophenoL 1.800U

95-1.8-7 2-Methytphenol 99WU 91-58-7 2-ChloronaphthaLene 990U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chlorolsopropyt)ether 99WU 88-74-1. 2-Nitroaniline 480OU

106-4.4-5 4-Methytphenol 990U 131-11-3 Dimethyiplithatate 990UJ

621-64-7 U-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 99WU 208-96-8 Acenaphthytene 990U.

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 9901 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 4800U

98-95-3 NItrobenzene 99WU 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 990U

78-59-1 Isophorone 99WU 51-25-5 2,I.-Dinitrophenol 4800U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 990W 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 1.800U

105-67-9 2.4-Dimethytphenot 990U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 990U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid -9,90 e+-*&fl- LA 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 99GU

111-91-1 bis(2-Chicroethoxy)methane 99WU 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 990U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 99WU 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate C 10 ~E-uie- LA

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 990U 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyl-phenylether 990U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 990U 86-73-7 Fluorene 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B -Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

RD -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS 1D: 901206-031 Customer Sample 10: N-111

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 1D: 10660 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597053 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

UNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Nuber: INA CCLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 6.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA File Nwvber: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 /s-Nitroaniline 4080011 53-70-3 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 99011

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methytphenot 480011 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h~i)peryiene 9901

86-30-6 N-Uitrosodiphenylamine 99011

101-55-3 4-Bromopheny-phenytether 99011

118-74-1 Mexachlorobenzene 99011

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenot 480011

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 9901

120-12-7 Anthracene 99011

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate - ie g- 99io LA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 99011

129-00-0 Pyrene 99011

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 9901

91-94-1 3,31-Dichtorobenzidine 20001U

56-55-3 Senzo(a)anthracene 99011

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthaLate 40-B do Cley0 LA

218-01-9 Chrystne 99011

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 99011

205-99-2 *enzo(b)fluoranthene 99011

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene 99011

50-32-8 Ienzo(a)pyrene 99011

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 99011

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U1 - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the samiple.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aidol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial, calibration range.

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INA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnSLIS ID: 901206-031 Customer Sample ID: N-1ll

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 10660

Level: (tow/mod): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 6.1 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH pH: ____

GPC Cleanup: CT/N) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 15 (ug/L or ug/Kg): u2LKI

ICAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAM4E I RT jEST. CONC. a

1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy j 5.3' ''' I!

I2. 872-50-41 2-Pyrrolidinone. 1-methyl- 9 .ZI[ 44 do~I

I3. 25013-16-51 Phenol.(1.1-dimethylethyl)-4-m i6I -W44-49______

I4. 1 Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) 19.42 I830 1 '

I5. Unknown (Atkyl Hydrocarbon) J 1.69Isee M

I6. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) j 22.73 _ I410_

__ _6

I7. jUnknown (Hydrocarbon) 43j7 se . do

a .______ Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I9. Unknown (Hydrocarbon)

110. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

it1. IUnknown I

156

25.89 j850

V6 -

27.53 I660

9.O20#-4 is

J .1

00 J

J .

1 'I

12. IUnknown (Hydrocarbon) MR 65 09-

113. IUnknown I 29.39!

~

470 1 1

14.

I15.

116.

IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown (Hydrocarbon)

I

I

32.59 I420

33.51 I

IJ

1500 I

I

117. 1 I

118.

119.

II_ _ _ _

__ _ _ _

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_I_

_I_

_

_

_

_ I

120.

121.

122.

123.

II_

II_____

_ _ _

i__ _ _ _

j__ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _I_ _

_ _ _ _ _ _I_ _

_t_ _ _ _ _I_ _

____ __

_

_

_

I

I

125. II_ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

126. __ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ I

127. ___________I__ _

128.I __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _

129. II_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

130. ______I_____

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO H ot detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds Initial calibration range.

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Laboratory:

File 10:

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07615

Customer:

SUam3lS Matrix:

J1. XESSMER/R.

SOIL

SHUCK

Instrument 10: 5970#2 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Compound &CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL MUDDLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 GA File Nuumber: NA

II:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

......... .............................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane liii 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene SU

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride £ t--LA 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide SU 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane SU 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 511 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

t67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichioropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-i,3-Dichloropropene SU

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoramethane SU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -cowpotwi was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

.1 Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Aldol conidensation product.

O Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-032 Customer Sample ID: N-1i2

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. XESSHER/R. SHUCK

Fite I0: 10661 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597093 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

INA - Dase/Neutral/Acid Compounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BRA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 4.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 QA File Number: NA

D) : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

............................ .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol I 000U 106-47-8 4-Chloroanitine iooou

111-44-4 bisC2-Chloroethyt)ether I 00OU 87-68-3 Hexachlorobutediene iooOU

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol 100OU 59-50-7 4-Chtoro-3-methylphenol 1000U

54173-1 1.3-Dichlorobenzene 100OU 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthatene l0OU

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene IOO0OU 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 000U

00-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol I 00OU 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichtorophenot iCOU

95-50-1 1,2-Dichtorobenzene IOQ0ti 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichlorophenot S0OUt

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol IOOOU 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthalene 1000U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chlorolsopropyl)ether I 00OU 88-74-4 Z-Mitroanitlne SQO0ti

106-44-5 4-Methylphenot I 000U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthatate lOC0tU

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine iQOUt 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene iQO0ti

67-72-1 Nexachtoroethane 1000U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 5000U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 10001) 83-32-9 Acenaphthene l0OUt

78-59-1 Isophorone 10001) 51-28-5 2,4-Dlnitrophenot 50001)

88-75-5 2-Nitroplhenot 1 0001) 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenot 5000U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenot 10001) 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 10O0U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid. to" .Owt- in A 121-14-2 2.4-Dinltrototuene 1000U

111-91-1 bisC2-Chioroethoxy)methene 1 0001) 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 1000U

120-83-2

120-82-1

2,4-Dichlorophenot

1,2,4-Trichiorobenzene

10001)

10001)

84-66-2 Diethylphthatate

7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyl-phenytether

/*CPO .ae-m- LA

lOO0U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 1000U 86-73-7 Fluorene 1000u

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compounid was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

* - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as welt as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldot condensation product.

D-Secondary dilution.I 4 q

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.el61

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-032 Customer Sample ID: N-112

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. CESSHER/R. SHUCK

Fit* I0: 10661 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597013 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

INA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-IM9 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numbier: Analysis Procedure Number: BHA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 4.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 QA File Number: NA

.1 : Result has been Corrected f or Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitine 5000t) 53-70-3 DibenzCa,h)anthracene 0003

534.-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenot 50003 191-24-2 BenzoCg,i)perylene 1000ti

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodlphenylamlne 100013

101-55-3 4-Uromophey-phenylether 100013

118-74-1 Nexachtorobenzene 100013

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol 500013

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 100013

120-12-7 Anthracene 100013

84-74-2 DI-n-butylplithalate 3500 1k LA

206-1.4-0 Fluoranthene 100013

129-00-0 Pyrene 1000IJ

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 1000t)

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidine 210013

56-55-3 Benzo~aenthracene 10003

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyi)plhthatate wo je- iocaLk

218-01-9 Chrysene 10003

117-81.-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 99 J

205-99-2 *enzo(b)ftuorenthene 10003

207-08-9 Benzo~k)f luoranthene 10003

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene 1000t3f q

193-39-5 Indeno(l2,3-cd)pyrene 100013

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Comvpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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BNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED CMPOUJNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-032 Customer Sample ID: N-112

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 10661

Level: (lowlmed): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 4.3 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepFlContlSorc) SoxH PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: CYIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 16 (ug/L or uglKg): u2K

ICAS NLUER COMPOUND NAME I RT jEST. CONC. 0

1. 141-79-71 3-Penten-2-one, 4-methyl-

I2. 123-42-21 2-Pentanome. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

I3. 572-50-41 2-Pyrrolidinome. 1-methyl-

I4. 25013-16-51 Phenot.(I.1-dimethylethyt)-4-m

I5. 17851-53-51 1.2-genzenedicarboxytic acid~b

I6. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I7. JUnknown (Atkyl Hydrocarbon)

1

1

j

1.92 1

9.9? !

9 8;1 4

14

piE.3 I

Z1.69 I3

229

430 1 JiA

3190 I JM

S60

se i d0 o

7990 I

d~ o-

L0 We 0J

I

8.

I'.__

10.

11.

jUnknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon)

_ JUnknown

JUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

JUnknown (Atkyl Hydrocarbon)

j

I

J

:L7" 3;9 I

24.00!1

2569 I

25.91 j970

o

440 1 1J

- iNO ! -

1

q

12.

I13.

123-79-51 Dloctyl Adipate

1 Unknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon)

j 26.40 j

46 to'I

2500

1

J

J

114.

15.

1 Unknown

1 Unknown (Hydrocarbon)

j

J

27.711

e 1.I4..

1400 1

;40 d o

16. junknown j 33.57j 1000 1

17. 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _

118. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

119.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1 _ _ _ __ _

120.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ __ _ I

121.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1.1_ _ _ _1_ _

122. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _

123. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _

124. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _

125._II_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

126. __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

127.I __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ __ _ I

128. __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

129. __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

130.II__ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Analyte was foun~d in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J3 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Atdol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-60


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AnaLIS I0: 901206-032 Customer Samrple ID: N-112

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07616 Samrple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 5970#2 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Samrple Received: 6-DEC-1990

VGA -Volatile Organic Compoun~ds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numbier: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: CL HUDDLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 GA File Numer: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1.2-TrichLoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4. Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride su 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentenone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 28 ILA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11u

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1.2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-36-3 1,1-Dichloroethane SU 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane SU '100-42-5 Styrene 5U4

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U4

71-55-6 1.1,1-Trichloroethane 514

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U4

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 1114

75-27-4 Bromodichioromethane 514

78-87-5 1,2-Dichtoropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichtoropropene 514

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 514

124-48-1 Dibromchtoromethane 514

Data Reporting Oualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Anelyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLlS ID: 901206-033 Customer Sample ID: N-113

Laboratory: Organic mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 10662 Sample Matrixi: SOIL

Instrinent 1D: 597083 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compouds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14.-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BRA (CIP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 3.8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA Fite Number: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

............................ .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 88013 106-4.7-8 4-Chtoroanitine 88013

111-44-4. bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 88013 87-68-3 Nexachtorobutadiene 88013

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot 88013 59-50-7 1.-Chloro-3-methylphenol 88013

54.1-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene 88013 91-57-6 2-Methylnaphthatene 88013

106-4.6-7 1,1-Dichiorobenzene 88013 77-1.7-1. Hexachtorocyctopentadiene 880U3

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol 88013 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 8803

95-50-1

95-4.8-7

108-60-1

106-4.4-5

1.2-Dichlorobenzene

2-MethylphenoL

bis(2-Chtorotsopropyt)ether

1-Methylphenol

88013

88013

880ot)

88013

95-95-. 2,4,5-TrichLorophenoL

91-58-7 2-ChtoronaplithaLene

88-74-4. 2-Nitroaniline

131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate

43001U

88013

4.300U

880U.

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene

880t)

88013

88013

208-96-8 Acenphthyln

99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline

83-32-9 Acenaphthene

88013

1.3001U

8803

78-59-1 Isophorone 88013 51-28-5 2,I.-Dinitrophenot 1.3001U

88-75-5 2-NitrophenoL 88013 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 1.301U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenot 88013 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 880.

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane

120-83-2 2,1.-Dichiorophenot

SSG 200 o-l L4

58013

88013

121-14-2 2,1.-Dinitrotoluene

606-20-2 2,6-Dlnitrotoluene

84-66-2 Diethylphthalate

88013

880U3

4-do meo LA

120-82-1 i,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 88013 7005-72-3 1-Chtorophenyl-phenylether 880U

91-20-3 Naphthalene. 88013 86-73-7 Fluorene 88013

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numiber is the attainable detection limit for the samuple.

B - Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J9 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - A~dol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution. / A

E - Exceeds initial, calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-033 Customer Sample ID: N-113

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 10662 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597013 Requisition Number:

Authorized Dy: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-199

BMA - Dase/Neutrat/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14.-DEC-IM9

Preparation Procedure Nu~mber: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA CCLP) WOP

Percent Moisture: 3.8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Stank: 901213-028 GA File Numrber: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Mitroanitine 4300U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene 88OU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methytphenol 4301U 191-24-2 Senzo(g,hI)perylene 880U

86-30-6 M-Nitrosodiphenylamine 88OU

10f1-55-3 4 -8romopheny -phenyl ether 880U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene $110U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenot 430WU

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 8BOU

120-12-7 Anthracene 8801.

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 1600'&. tA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 880U

129-00-0 Pyrene 881.

85-611-7 Dutylbenzylphthalate SB0U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidine 180OU

56-55-3 Benzo~aanthracene 8801.

11-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthatate 645 do - BS LA

218-01-9 Chrysene S80U

117-84-0 i-n-octyiphthatate 880U

205-99-2 Denzo(b)fluoranthene 880U.

207-08-9 Benzo~kfluoranthene 880U

50-32-8 Senzo~a)pyrene 880U.

193-39-5 IndenoC1,2,3-cd)pyrene 880U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

* - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - indicates an estimated value.

No - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

o - Secondnry dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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BRA CTCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-033 Customer Sample ID: N-113

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscoy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fit* ID: 10662

Level: (low/reed): Low Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. . 3.8 dec. Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH:

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Uits

Number TICs found: 13 Cug/L or uglKg): _LtVg

ICAS NUM4BER COMPOUND NAME I RT IEST. CONC. 0

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

I2.- 25013-16-51 Phenot.(1.1-dimethylethyt)-4-M

I3. 1Unknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon)

4. 1._____ Unknown (Alkyl Hyrocarbon)

I5. 17851-53-51 1.2-gemzenedicarboxylic acid b

I

5?.0I99-O

i o.45

19.43 I550I

N.60 ~

V.80__

; IJ

Ago0 I-~

0 IJ

6. Unknown (Hydrocarbon) 99

7 .______ Unknown (Hydrocarbon) I 25.90 I800 I .

I .jUnknown (sat'd Hyrocarbon) 264 ;Z JOl do

19. 1Iunknown I 27.681 1600 J

I10. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) e i3 I Jo

I11. Unknown (Hydrocarbon) I 30.54 I370 1

12. [Unknown (Aikyl Hydrocarbon) I 32.60 J410j

13. [Unknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon) 1 33.461 1400[

14. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

115. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

116. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

17. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

~18. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

119. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

j20.____ ___________1____

121. II____

122. II____

123.II_____I______ _

124. II____

125. 1_ _ _ _ 1 I

126. I. ____1_______

127. II____

128. I.

129. I.

130. I.

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds Initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-64


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-033 Customer Sample ID: N-113

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07617 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: 597002 Reqiuisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatile Organic Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VGA (CIP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HUDOLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 CA File Number: NA

E) : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.......................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11t; 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethone 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene SU

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichioropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane IVU 75-25-2 Bromoform S1)

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5U 108-10-1 4-Methyt-2-pentanone Ilt

67-64-1 Acetone 32 LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene SU 79-34-5 1.1,2,2-Tetrachtoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1.1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichioroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbcnzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 51)

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11t;

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1.2-Dichioropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichlaropropenc 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The nuimber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J9 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-65


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-034. Customer Snmple ID: N-114

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite 10: 10663 Samp~le Matrix: SOIL

instrument 10: 5970#3 Requisition N~.uber:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

DNA - Dase/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14.-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Numiber: Analysis Procedure Numb~er: ORA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 3.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 CA File Number: NA

D : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... ............................... ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 8801. 106-4.7-8 4-Chioroanitine 881.

111-4.4-4. bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 880U 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene 880U

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot soot) 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenot 881.

54-73-1 1,3-Oichlorobenzene 880U 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthatenve 880U

106-46-7 1,4-Dichiorobenzene SB0U 77-47-4 Nexachlorocyclopentadiene 880U

100-51-6 Benzyt Alcohol 880U 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenot 880U

95-50-1 1,Z-Dichlorobenzene 881. 95-95-4 2.4,5-TrichLorophenot 4201.

95-48-7 2-Methylpienol 880U 91-58-7 2-Chloronsphthalene 880U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chloroisopropyt)ether Book) 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline 420OU

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol 8801. 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate 881.

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylemine 880U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 880U

67-72-1 Nexachloroethane 880U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 4201.

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 880U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 880U

78-59-1 isophorone 8801. 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 42001U

58-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 880U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 4201U

105-67-9 2,4-ODimethytpIhenot 880U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 880U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 6W0 "e-19 LA 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 88OU

111-91-1 bisC2-Chloroethoxy)methane 8U 606-20-2 2.6-Dinitrototuone 88OU

120-83-2 2.4-Dichlorophenot 880U 84-66-2 iethylphthelate Sao-aqe-W~ L4A

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichiorobenzene 880U 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyt-phenylether 881.

91-20-3 Naphthalene 881. 86-73-7 Fluorene 880U.

Data Reporting Oualiffiers:

U -Compound waas analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B -Analyte was found in the reagent blank as waelt as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLiS ID: 901206-034 Customer Sample ID: N-114

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 10663 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597083 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TEL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-IM9

Preparation Procedure Numbr: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 3.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEENAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 QA File Number: NA

[] : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 I-NitroaniLine 4200U 53-70-3 .Dibenz(a~h)anthracene 88OU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenot 420OU 191-24-2 Denzo~g,h.i)perylene 88OU

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 880U

101-55-3 4-oramopiheny-phenytether 881.

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene 881.

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol 4200U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 881.

120-12-7 Anthracene BBOU

84-74-2 0i-n-buitylphthalate 2900-5, l.A

206-44.-0 Fluoranthene 880U

129-00-0 Pyrene 881.

85-68-7 Dutyibenzylphthalate 88OU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1800U

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene 881.

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyt)plithalate -250il% 880 LA,

218-01-9 Chrysene 880U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 88OU

205-99-2 genzo(b)fluorenthene 880U

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fluoranthene 881.

50-32-8 Renzo(a)pyrene 881.

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene S80U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sampLe.

* Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 Indicates an estimated value.

NDO Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D -67


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SNA CTCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-034 Customer Smple I0: N-114

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sape Matrix: SOIL File I0: 10663

Level: (low/med): LO Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 3.3 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12wDECw1990

Extraction: CSepFIContISonc) SoxH PH: ____

PC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs foun~d: 14. CugIL or uglKg): _ug/~

ICAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME R T EST. CONC. 0

I1. 123-4.2-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy

I2. 872-50-41 2-Pyrrotidinone, 1-methyt-

I3. 25013-16-51_Phenol.(l.1-dimethylethyt)-4-m

I4. 17851-53-51 1.2-genzenedicarboxylic acid.b

I

I

5 .9i

9.&1-

46r

el.29

AW0 0 09

-O 4" §,

"0. is~Qj

52 0% .

I5.

I6.

IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

Lunknown 1

-2-6 I7dOj~

21.931

39

3701 /7

a . jUnknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon) 1r [3.7 )IJ1

I9. Unknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon) 29.9970I

10. junknown 1 25.96 I620 1 J

I11.

12z.

13.

jUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

lUnknown

IUnknown (Atkyl Hydrocarbon)

.1

I

3.efI3-

27.68j

. ;;

- IJO&

2800 j

400 j-d

114. Iunknown I 33.741 6101 J

116. II

119. III

120. I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

121. I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _

122. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1 _ _

123. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

124. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

125.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ I

126.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1 _ _ I

127. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

128. 1- ____I____ __

129. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _ _

130.j I I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U Compound waas analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B -Analyte was founrd In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

NO -Not detected.

A Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E Exceeds initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification. D-68


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AnaLtS ID: 901206-034 Customer Sample ID: M-114.

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07618 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrumnent ID: 597052 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VGA -Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numiber: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA CCLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: S Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HUDDLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 QA File Number: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-S 1,1.Z-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichloropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform SU

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5U 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentenone 11U

67-61 Acetone 12 L.A 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1.2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1*1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene SU

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-DichLoroethane 5U 100-42-S Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Dutanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trlchloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichioropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichtoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers: 1

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

* - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J5 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D -69


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-035 Customer Sample ID: N6-115

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 10664 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrum~ent 10: 597003 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC- 1990

BRA - Uase/Neutral/Acid Comrpounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 12-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BRA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 4.8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C HEENAN

Associated Blank: 901213-028 OA File Number: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol 90OU 106-47-8 4-Chloroaniline 9001U

111-44-4 bis(Z-Chloroethyl)ether 900u 87-68-3 Hexachtorobtadiene 900U

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenot 90OU 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 900U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 90OU 91-57-6 2-Methylnaphthateme 90OU

106-46-7 1,4-Oichtorobenzene 90OU 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 900U

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol 900yU 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenot 90WU

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 90OU 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichtorophenol 4306U

95-48-7 2-Methylphenot 900(1 91-58-7 .2-Chloronaphthalene 900U

108-60-1 bis(Z-Chtoroisopropyt)ether 900(1 88-74-4 2-Nitroanitine 4300(U

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol 900U1 131-11-3 Dimethylphthoate 900(1

621-64-7 N-Mitroso-di-n-propylamine 900(1 208-96-8 Acenaphthytene 900(1

67-72-1 Nexachtoroethane 900(1 99-09-2 3-Mitroanitine 4300(1

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 900( 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 9001

78-59-1 Isophorone 900(1 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 4300(U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 900(1 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 4300(U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenot 9001 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 900(1

65-85-0 Genzoic Acid C)60 RjO- G-IV 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 900(1

111-91-1 bisC2-Chkoroethoxy)methane 900(h 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrototuene 900(1

120-53-2 2,4-Dichtorophenol 900(1 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate qOo T"t-je- LA

120-82-1 1,2,4-TrIchLorobenzene 900(1 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenylether 900U

91-20-3 Naphthalene 9001J 86-73-7 Fluorene 900U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.7

E - Exceeds initial calibration range. 6q

D-70


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AnaLlS 10: 901206-035 Customer Saple ID: N-115

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File I0: 10664 Sairple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597093 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

DMA -*ase/Neutral/Acid Compoun~ds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 1Z-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Mumb~er: Analysis Procedure Nuber: DNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 4.8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: C MEEHAN

Associated Slank: 901213-028 QA File Number: MA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

100-01-6 4-Mitroaniline 430OU 53-70-3 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 900U

534-52-1 4,6-Oinitro-2-methyiphenot 430OU 191-24-2 Benzo(g~h~i)perylen 90OU

86-30-6 -Mitrosodiphenytamine 90OU

101-55-3 4-Bromopheny-phenylether 90OU

118-74-1 exachLorobenzene 900U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol 430OU

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 9001.

120-12-7 Anthracene 900U

84-71.-2 Di-n-butylphthaLate 17001..

206-44-0 FLuoranthene 90OU

129-00-0 Pyrene 9001.

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 900U

91-94-1 3,31-Dichtorobenzidine 180OU

56-55-3 genzo(a)anthraeene 90OU

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyl)plithatate V69 d- c)00 LA

218-01-9 Chrysene 900U

W1-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate 90OU

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene 901.

207-08-9 Benzo~k)fluoranthene 900U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene 90OU6 '

193-39-5 indeno(1.2.3-cd)pyrene

Data Reporting Qualifiers:qI

900U 61

u -compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

* Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

.3 -Indicates an estimated value.

RD -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

0 -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-71


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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS I0: 9"1206-035 Customer Sample 10: N1-115

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite 1D: 10664

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 14-DEC-1990

% moisture: not dec. - 4.8 dec. _____Date Extracted: 12-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) Soxl pM: ___

GPC Cleanup: (T/N) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 14. (ugIL or ug/Kg): _uU

ICAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME

I 332sg~zzU3Uu j 322:uz~~uuzm

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy

I2. 872-50-41 2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-methyl-

3. 1 unknown

I4. 25013-16-51 Phenol,(l.1-dimethytethyl)-.-m

AT EST. CONC. j

I ax2azza2zu22 .zZ: W=j =ZZmZ

I .9; I 270-09 -

9 .00 I tip 1 j

12.521 600 J

q 6-5..It~I~

I5. Unknown (Alkyt Hydrocarbon) j l... I40

6. IUnknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon) 23 n ~ *4 d!

I zuuum*zu

I7. Iunknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I8.- 17851-53-51 1.2-Benzenedicarboxytic acid.b

I9. 123-79-51 Dioctyl Adipate

10. IUnknown (sat'd Hydrocarbon)

I56

j 25.97 1570

j 26.38 I1600

I 6.'f

I

IJ

78I

-1" / / q I

11.

I12.

13.

IUnknown

IUnknown (Alkyl Hydrocarbon)

IUnknown (sated Hydrocarbon)

j 27.79 I1700I

-20.4E I -7O I JO

32.59 390 4____

114.

115.

IUnknown j

I__ _

33.73j

_ _ i__ _ _

380

_ _I_ _ _

J16.II__

117.I __

_

_

_

_

_

_

__

__

_

_

_ _

_ _

_I_

_I_

_

_

_

_ I

18.

119. II_

_______I_______I___

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _

_

_

120. II_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

21. II_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

122. II_____ _____ ___

123.II__ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ I

124.IIJI

125.I III

126.I II

127.II I

128. I I

129. I II

130. I II

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable identification. D-72


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Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSMER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07619 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrum~ent 10: 59702 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Samiple Received: 6-DEC- 1990

VOA -Volatile organic Comp~ounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 1-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb'~er: VGA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HUDOLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 @A File Nmiaber: MA

11 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

............................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1.2-Trichloroethene 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 111U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Oichloropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Iromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene, Chloride 511 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentenone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 34 LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 111)

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1.1-Dichloroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1,.2-Tetrachioroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-08-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1.2-Dichioroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzeie 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichtoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 1IU 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) SU

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11UJ

75-27-4 Uromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichtoropropane 5U

10061-01-S cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 51)( 4

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - compound was analyzed for but not detected. The ntumber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8* Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-73


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AnaLlS ID: 901206-036 Customer Sample ID: M-116

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSMER/R. SNUCK

File ID: 304465 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Numb~der:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BHA - Base/Neutral/Acid Comp~ounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAM-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 CA File Nu.mber: MA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol ft 9901) 106-47-8 4-Chloroanitine ft 99011

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether ft 9901) 87-68-3 Nexachlorobutadiene ft 9901)

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenot ft 9901) 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenot ft 9901)

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene R 9901) 91-57-6 2-MethylnaphthaLene Rt 9901)

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene R 9901) 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclo pen tadiene R 99011

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol ft 9901) 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichtorophenot R 9901)

95-50-1 i,2-Dichlorobenzene ft 9901) 95-95-4 2,4,5-TrichLorophenol R 48001)

95-48-7 2-Methytphenol R 9901) 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthatene R 9901

108-60-1 bis(2-ChLoroisopropyt)ether R 9901) 58-74-4 2-Nitroaniline ft 480011

106-441-5 4-Methylphenot ft 9901) 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 9901)

621-64-7 N-mitroso-di-n-propyiamine R 9901) 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 9901)

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane R 9901) 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline R 48001)

98-95-3 Mitrobenzene R 991. 83-32-9 Acenaphthene, R 991.

78-59-1 Isophorone R 991. 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol Rt 480011

88-75-S 2-Nitrophenol ft 9901) 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 4801U

105-67-9 2.4-Di 'methylphenot Rt 9901) 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran Rt 99011

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 48001) 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene R 99011

111-91-1 bisC2-Chloroethoxy)methane R 9901) 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene ft 9901

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol ft 9901) 84-66-2 Diethylphthatate ft 9901

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichtorobenzene R 9901) 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyl-phenytether Rt 99011

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 9901) 86-73-7 Fluorene ft 9901

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the saple.

J3 - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D- 74


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-036 Customer Sample ID: N-116

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 314465 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: RP-5985 Rtequisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

DNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: 3INA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 GA Fite Number: NA

11:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.......................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline ft 4800U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene ft 990U

534-52-1 4.6-Dinitro-2-methylphenot ft 480OU 191-24-2 Benzo(g~h,i)perylene R 990U

86-30-6 N-itrosodfphenylamine ft 990U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether ft 990U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene ft 990U

87-86-5 PentachlorophenoL ft 4800U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene ft 990U

120-12-7 Anthracene Rt 990U

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthaLate 2900-1, Lk.

206-44-0 Fluoranthene ft 99OU

129-00-0 Pyrene ft 990U

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate Rt 99OU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine Rt 2100U

56-55-3 Benzo~aanthracene ft 990U

117-81-7 bisC2-Ethythexyl)phthalate R 990U

218-01-9 Chr-ysene ft 990U

117-84-0 Di-neoctylphthalate ft 990U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene ft 990U

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fLuoranthene ft 990U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene ft 99U

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene ft 99OU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

.1 -indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-75


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BNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLlS ID: 901206-036 Customer Sample ID: N-116

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: )14465

Level: (lowlmed): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. - 6.3 dec. Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH:

GPC Cleanup: (TIN) N

Concentration Units

Numb~er TICs found: 18 (ugIL or uglKg): u K

CAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME RT IEST. CONC. a

~ 222222322222222222222Z222:3222 222222222: j 2222232222223 I322222222

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy j.6 "'QQl 3 1 .A:1

2.

I3.

4.

I5.

I6.

I7.

I8.

I9.

I10.

1 UNKNOWN

jUNKNOWN ALCOHOL

jUNKNOWN ALCOHOL

jUNKNOWN

UNKNOWN

j.UNKNOWN HYrDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

jUNKNOWN

j 6.061

J.36

I 1).00I

1F.48L~

2 O.94

23Mi~uI

R.9

j 1. 0 I

1 24.841

420 1j

6to do~

Ju~

IJ

8900 o

1 IJ

We

01J

8401

.1

I11. UNKNOWN HYDRICARUON s.1ig goo~e

12.

13.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j

2 6. 5OI 6

27.5n I 1fpl 10

14 UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j80 o~Iad~r

15. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 298 I me . a50I

16. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 401!? 1 ! 220 I

17. jUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUJND j 1 .i

18. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 31.3 I (0i .e

119.

120.1__

121.

1_ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _

1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_ _

1__ _

_ _

_ _ _

_ 1__ _

_ _1_ _ _

_

_

_

_

__

_

_

_

_

I

122.

123.1__

124.1__

1_ _

_

_

_

_ _

_ _

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_ _

_ _

_

_

_

_1_ _

_ 1__ _

_ 1__ _

_ _ _

_ _1_ _ _

_ 1__ _

_1_ _

_ 1__ _

_ 1__ _

I

25.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _

126.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

127.1 I I

128.I I

129. I

130. I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound wos analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte wias

found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO -Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P-Probable identification. D-76


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nLIS ID: 901206-036 Customer Samle ID: N-116

Laboratory: Organic 1Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07586 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sampte Received: 5-DEC-IM9

VDA -Volatile organic Compounds (TCI.)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Nuumber: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 CA File Number: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1.2-Trichtoroethane SU

71.-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene SU

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Breonoform SU

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 3 d-9' LA, 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11u 591-75-6 2-Hexanone 11u

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1.1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-S Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl. Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane SU

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1.3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichioroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U

CotmRpoutn Qaualyziedrosu:o eece. Tent~r steatial

Dat Repotng waualies: o dtce.Te ubri heatial detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

RD -Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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VGA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-036 Customer Sample ID: N-116

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUJCK

Samrple Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 07556

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 6

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: I (ug/L or ug/Kg): u K2

ICAS NUMBER I COMPOUND NAME I RT EST. CONC. I a

I1. 76-13-11 Freon 113 5.48 ' 64 Io

12.I II

13. IIJ__

15. IIIj__

16. III__

19. IIII__

112.I L___I

113. IIIL_ _ _

115. IIII_ _ _

116. II_ _ _

17.

118.

III_

III_

_

_

_

_

19. III

120.I

121.IIII

I 22.III

III

123.I III

124.

I 25.III

III

I

126. III

127. III

128.III

129.II

130.IIII

I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samvple.

8B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J-Indicates an estimated value.

NOD Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-037 Customer Sauple ID: N-117

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 3,14466 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: NP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized Dy: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

DNA D ase/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Nurter: DNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK NEADRICK

Associated Dlank: 901214-083 GA File Number: NA

12:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

108-95-2 Phenol ft 990U 106-47-8 4-Chioroaniline ft 990U

111-44-4 bis(2-ChtoroethyL)ether ft 99OU 87-68-3 Nexachlorobuitadiene ft 990U

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenol ft 990U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol ft 99OU

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene ft 990U 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthaene ft 990U

106-46-7 1.4-Dichlorobenzene ft 99OU 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyclopentadiene ft 99DU

100-51-6 Denzyl Alcohol ft 99DU 88-06-2 2,I.,6-Trichlorophenot ft 990U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene ft 990U 95-95-4 2.,5-Trichlorophenol ft 4800U

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol ft 990U 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthatene ft 99OU

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyt)ether ft 991. 88-74-4 2-Nitroanillne ft 4800U

106-44-5 4-Methytphenot ft 990U 131-11-3 Dimethylpihthatate ft 99OU

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylemine ft 9901) 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 990U

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane ft 991. 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline ft 4800U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 99OU 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 99OU

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 990U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinltrophenot ft 4800U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol ft 990U 100-02-7 4NMitrophenot ft 4801.

105-67-9 2,4-Oimethylphenot ft 990U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 990U

65-85-0 Denzoic Acid ft 4800Ui 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 990U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chtoroethoxy)methane ft 9901. 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotouene R 99DU

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenot ft 990U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate ft 9901]

120-82-1 1.2,4-Trichtorobenzene ft 991. 7005-72-3 4-Chloroplhenyt-phenytether ft 990U

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 99OU 86-73-7 Fluorene ft 9901.

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

0 Analyte was foundJ In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J9 - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

D-79


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-037 Customer Samrple ID: N-117

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: )-14466 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Samrple Received: 5-DEC-1990

BRA - lass/Neutral/Acid Compounids (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AX KEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 CA File Number. NA

[3 Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nltroanitine Rt 4800Ui 53-70-3 Dibenz~a,h)anthracene ft 990U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenot Rt 4800U 191-24-2 Benzo(g~hi)peryLene R 990U

86-30-6 N-itrosodiphenylaenine R 990t.1

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyt-pihenylether ft 99OU

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene ft 990U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenot ft 4800U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene ft 990Ui

120-12-7 Anthracene Rt 990U)

84-74-2 Di-n-butylpihthaLate 1400-S, LA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene R 990U

129-00-0 Pyrene Rt 990U

85-68-7 *utylbenzylphthalate ft 990U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidine ft 2001U

56-55-3 *enzo(a)anthrcrie R 991.

117-81-7 bisC2-Ethylhexyi)phthalate ft 990U.

218-01-9 Chrysene ft 9901J

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate ft 990U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene Rt 99OU

207-08-9 genzo~k)fluoranthene ft 991.

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene ft 990U

193-39-5 Indeno(1*2,3-cd)pyrene Rt 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numbier is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

0 Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the samiple.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-80


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SNA CTCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUND S

AnaLlS 10: 901206-037 Customer Samvple ID: N-117

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Samp~le Matrix: SOIL File ID: ),14466

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. .6.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/ContlSonc) SoxH PH:

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TiCs foun~d: 18 Cug/L or ug/Kg): _uLK

CAS NUMBER ICOMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC. a

I1.

I2.

I3.

123-42-21 2-Pentenone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL

j ;0

60

6.i :9

3

iO

Ii90-

4. 1._____ UNKNOWN ALCOHOL ;39 2899 1 d o

I5. 1 UNKNOWN -3

6.

I7.

1 UNKNOWN

1UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

;99 2OV9

*15)7

500I w

T9 J3

I8. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON J 23.92 44 I~ "9

I9.

10.

jUNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 1

;4.4

24.a7 I750

/,a I' J"

I 1

I11.

I12.

I13.

I14.

I15.

I16.

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

JUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

JUNKNOWN HYDROCARBONJ

£UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

£UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

j

I

j

j

j

6.2 3I!!

2.

0'I

V.83 I

)0.09 I"

FI70 .19-

0

'OIO

o~

I.odO

I

17. jUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND 5!0 10 4eg 0 -;

la.

119. ____

120.1I

121. ____

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I !1.90 1200 I a

122.1

123.1II

III

I

124. III

125.1I II

126.1I I

128.1- I

129. .

~30. I I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comvpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

8 - Anolyte was founid in the reagent blank as well as the saple.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

NOD Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification.

D-81


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AaLlS I0: 901206-037 Customer Sample ID: N-117

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 07587 Samople Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597052 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VGA -Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Nuiber: VOA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: St. STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 90210-O25 QA File Number: NA

C):Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg - CAS ug/Kg

71.-87-3 Chioromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichtoropropene 5U.

75-00-3 Chloroethane

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride

11U

5 7J9-- Lk'

75-25-2

108-10.1

Bromofori.

4-Methyl-2-pentanone

5U

1lU

67-64-1 Acetone II -4-O L. A 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Olsulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 191-Dichtoroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene SU

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichioroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5u

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5t;

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl- Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane sU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Di biomoch Loromethane 5U

Data Reporting Oualifiers: 4 161

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sampte.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-82


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VGA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnILIS ID: 901206-037 Customer Sample ID: N-117

Laboratory: Organic mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSHER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 07587

Level: Clow/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7

Concentration Units

Number Tics found: 1 CugIL or ug/Kg): -tmL-j

CAS NUMBER COMPOWUNME 1 RT EST. CONC. o

z.2~uz~2E UUUZ23ZUSU2~~zz2~33z23UU j:=zzzzz2U J ==:Z22S32--zU 322332

I1. 76-13-11 Freon 113 1.4 -+4±------6-if Id

I 2. II_ _ _ _ _ _ I_ _

13. __ _ _.__ _ _1_ _ I

17.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ j I

. I I

j13.__ _ _ _II I

14'. _ _ _ _

15. _ _ _ _

116.__ _ _ _

117. _ _ _ _ 1II

118.__ _ _ _ 1I

119. __ _ _1

II

II

I

I

I

120. _ _ _ _ j II

21. _ _

22?.__ _

123.__ _

_

_

_

_

_

_ jI

I

I

II

II

I

2'. _ _ _ _

125. _ _ _ _ 1I

126._____

I

I

127. ____1

128.__ _ _ _.III

129. ____

J30.JI I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

u .compound was analyzed for but not detected. The mmnaier Is the attainable detection limit for the sampte.

B Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J Indicates an estimated value.

ND .Not detected.

A .Aidol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E Exceeds Initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification.

D-83

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AnaLlS ID: 901206-038 Customer Sample tD: N-118

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File to: >14467 Smple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: MP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BHA -Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Numb~er: BNA CCLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 7.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Slank: 901214-083 CA File Number: NA

(I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ........................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol R I00DOW 106-47-8 4-ChLoroaniline R 1000U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether R 1000U 87-68-3 Hexachlorobutadiene R 1000U

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenot R 1000U 59-50-7 4-ChLoro-3-methylphenot R 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene R 1000U 91-57-6 2-MethyLnaphthaLene R 1000U

106-46-7 1.4-Dichiorobenzene R 1000U 77-47-4 HexachLorocycLopentadiene R 1000U

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol R IOOOU 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichlorophenoL R 1000U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene R 1000U 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichtorophenol R 510OU

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol R 1000U 91-58-7 2-ChtoronaphthaLene R 1000U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyt)ether R IOOOU 88-74-4 2-Nitroanitine R 5100U

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol R 1000U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate R 1000U

621-64.-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine R IOOOU 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene R 1000U

67-f2-1 Nexachtoroethane R 1000U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline R 5100U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene R 1000U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene R 1000U

78-59-1 Isophorone R 1000U 51-28-5 2.4-Dinitrophenol R 510OU

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol R 1000U 100-02-7 4-NitrophenoL R 5100U

105-67-9 2,4-DimethylphenoL R 1000U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran R 1000U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid R 5100U 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrototuene R 100011

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane R 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoiuene R 100011

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenot R 1000U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate R lOOOU

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene R IOOOU 7005-72-3 4-ChlorophenyL-phenylether R 100OU

91-20-3 Naphthalene R 100011 86-73-7 Fluorene R 10OOU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Anaiyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldot condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-84


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AnaLlS ID: 901206-038 Customer Sample 10: N-118

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: >14467 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounids (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Numnber: BNA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 7.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 OA File Numb~er: NA

11 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

100-01-6 4-Nitroanitlne ft 5 1 0U 53-70-3 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene R 1000U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol ft 5100U 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h,i0perylene R 1000U

86-30-6 M-Nltrosodiphenylamine ft 10000

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether ft 10000

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene R 10000

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol Rt 51000

85-01-8 Phenanthrene R l0OUl

120-12-7 Anthracene ft 10000

84-74-2 Di-n-butytphthalate 1400-.. ,

206-44-0 Fluoranthene ft 10000

129-00-0 Pyrene Rt 10000

85-68-7 ButylbenzylphthaLate ft 10000

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine ft 21000

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene ft 10000

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyt)phthalate R 10000

218-01-9 Chrysene ft 10000

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate ft 10000

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene R 10000

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene ft 10000

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene ft 10000

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene ft 10000X

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the samp~le.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-85


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BNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-038 Customer Sample ID: N-118

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: ),14467

Level: (low/mad): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 7.1 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxM PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 17 CugIL or ug/Kg): uVK2

ICAS NUMBER j COMPOUND NAME RT IEST. CONC. a

I ===i= ........... Z .. =-= ... l

....... ....- I . I...

1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone._4-hydroxv-4-methy 3 .0v i 1T00I JA

12. 1 UNKNOWN 6.051 500 1

I3. 1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL 4--.-Z.j.Ja. A ;

I4. IUNKNOWN ALCOHOL I 13.88 3000jJ

I5.

6.

7.

IUNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I;.2

I

4?6f-.---4ej89______

___

_____________

2I F ______ ____

19.

10.

I11.

12.

8. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

[UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

~I7

I

24.841

26.7.I~

27 I

49 ____ ps-____

460j. 1

i

~ 'I'

j I

13. [UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 2~7 & r74- I 9 I-

14"._____ UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 298 -4004-411.

15.

I16.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND

1

j

30700

3i.09

99 i do

2089 d.

17.

118.

119.

120.

121.

IUNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

I.._

.I_

j 32.37

_ _ _ _1_

1__ _ _ _

__ _ _ _1_

_ _ _ _1_

1100 I 1

_ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ 1__

_ _ _ _1_ _

_

I

_

_ I

122.1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _

123. I_____I____ __ _

124.II__ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

125. I __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

126. I__ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ I__ _ I

127. I. _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

128.II__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _ I

129. ____ I___I

130. j____ I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sampte.

6-Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J Indicates an estimated value.

ND Not detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-86


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-038 Customuer Sampte ID: N-118

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07588 Semple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requjisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sape Received: 5-DEC-1990

VDA - Volatile Organic Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Nuumber: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 CA Fite Numiber: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-S 1,1,2-Trichloroethane SU

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5- 9- (A 108-10-1 4-Methyt-2-pentanone 1lU

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Nexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-oichtoroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1.2,2-TetrachLoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichioroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene SU

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 EthyLbenzene 51)

107-06-2 1,2-Dichtoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichtoropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U /

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compoun~d was analyzed for but not detected. The nu~mber is the attainable detection limit for the salmpte.

8 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sampte.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-87


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VOA CTCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-038 Customer Sample ID: N-118

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: 07585

Level: (tow/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 1 (ug/L or ug/Kg): g

ICAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC. a

. UNKNOWN I 18.671 6 JJ

I 2. jI1_ _ _ 1_ _

13. ___

_ _ _I_ _

16. __ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ I

7.1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ 1

12.__ _

113.__ _

_

_

_II_

_jIII_

114. _ _ _ _ _1III_

_ _ _ _I_ _ _

_ _ I

115.__ _ 1 _ _ I

116. _ _ _ _1II_

117.__ _ _ _1IIj_

j19. J I

120. J I

121. I

122. _____ I

123. __ _ _ _ I I

124. __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

125. 1____

126. Ii_ _ _ _ _

127. II_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

128. II_ _ _ _ _

129. II____

J30. IjI

Data Reporting Oualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

8 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

ND Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification.

D -88

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-041 Customer Sample ID: N1-119

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: ),14470 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: NP-5985 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Nu~mber: BNA CCLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 QA File Number: NA

U1 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol Rt 1000U 106-47-8 4-Chtoroanitine ft IDOWO

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether R IOOOU 87-68-3 Hexachlorobuitadiene ft 1000U

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot ft 1 000U 59-50-7 4-Chtoro-3-methylphenol R 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene R 1 000U 91-57-6 2-Nethyinaphthalene Rt 1000U

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene ft 1000U 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene R 1000U

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol ft 100OU 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol R 1000U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichtorobenzene ft 100OU 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichtoropienol ft 510OU

95-48-7 2-Methyiphenol ft 100OU 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthatene ft 1000U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyi)ether ft 10DOW 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline ft S100U

106-44-5 4-Methytphenot ft 1000tJ 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 1000U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine ft 100OU 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 1000U

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane ft I 00OJ 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline ft 5100U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 1000U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 1000U

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 1000U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol ft 5100U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol ft 1000U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 5100U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenol ft 1000U 132-6,4-9 Dibenzofuran ft 1000U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 5100U 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 1000U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chtoroethoxy)methane ft 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene ft 1000U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichiorophenol ft 1000U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate ft 1000U

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene ft 1000U 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyt-phenylether ft 1000u

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 1000U 86-73-7 Fluorene ft 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comopound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D -89


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-041 Customer Samrple ID: N-119

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 3,14470 Samrple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 1D: RP-5985 Requaisition Numer:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

UNA - Base/NeutraL/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAM- 1991

Preparation Procedure Nu~dber: Analysis Procedure Mumber: SNA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Btank: 901214-083 OA File Number: NA

I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS uglKg

..-........-..-........................-........-.----------- ------------------------------ ....

100-01-6 4-NitroaniLine R 1 00U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a~h)anthracene R 1000U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methyLphenoL R 5S10Dot 191-24-2 Senzo~g~h,i)perytene R 1000U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenyamine ft 1000U)

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether Rt 1000U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene R 1001.

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenol R 510OU

85-01 -8 Phenanthrene Rt 1000U

120-12-7 Anthracene R 1001.

84-74-2 DI-n-butylphthalate 4800-SL

206-44-0 Fluoranthene R 1000U

129-00-0 Pyrene R 1000U

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate R 1001.

91-94-1 3,3'-DichLorobenzidine ft 2100U

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene ft 1000U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthalate ft 1001.

218-01-9 Chrysene ft IOOOU

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate ft 1000U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene ft 1000U

207-08-9 Benzo~k)fluoranthene ft 1000U

50-32-8 Ienza(a)pyrene R 100111 /

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene R 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

q

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-90


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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-041 Customer Sample ID: U-119

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Saumple Matrix: SOIL File ID: >14470

Level. (low/med). Low Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAM-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 6.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH pH1: ___

CPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

concentration Units

Number TICs founid: 19 Cug/L or tag/Kg): u2LKIa

CAS NUMB8ER COMPOUND WAME I RT IEST. CONC. a

1.

I2.

13.

I4.

I5.

6.

IUNKNOWN

123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1 UNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN ALCOHOL

IUNKNOWN ACID

j

J

J

J

j

j

'.39J

S3301 ?

8.311

10.711

i5.94.

15.581

4901

5801

9101

ieee&:-4-g

4601

7. IUNKNOWN Z8!.95 ieooI~

8.

9.

IUNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

JUNKNOWN j

24~.p! -Q8 4..w.___

_

24.861 94014 I 1

.10. JUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ! 5!O1!

I11. JUNKNOWN HYDROCARBONj LUI3'II

I12. 3UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j ~ I ~ :~

13.

14.

I15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

JUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

3UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOW14

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND

I

J

I

1

-~Z4- 29

-'' / 'XM J.

2944I 3iI I~ w;

08 2 9mI-6

3q.0? I mO J

~ M .89I 130I

32.88 11100 I 1

37.26 j1200 J

120.

121.

122.I

123.

124. II____

I__ _ _

I

I

_I_ _ _ _

I

_ _ _

I

I

I

125. II____

126. II____

127.II_____I_______I

128. II____ _______

129.

130.

II_____

__ _ _ _

________

_I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J4 Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D0 Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P-Probable Identification. D-91


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-041 Customer Sample ID: N-119

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 07591 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VGA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 QA File Number: NA

Cl:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 ChLoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-DichLoropropene 5U

75-00-3 ChLoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Uromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5 -- LA 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11 1& A 591-78-6 2-Nexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1.2,2-TetrachLoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzenve 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 i,2-Dichtoroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1.1,1-Trichloroethane SU

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl. Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichioromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichtoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-92


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Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Fite ID: ),14471 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID:

Authorized By:

HP-5985

D. C. Canada

Requisition Number:

Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounlds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared:

Preparation Procedure Number:

13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed:

Analysis Procedure Numb~er:

2-JAN-1991

BNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture:

Percent Moisture (decanted):

5.6 Dilution Factor:

Analyst:

1.0

AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 GA File Number: NA

El : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

................

.............................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol R 990U 106-47-8 4-Chioroanitine R 990U

111-44-4 bisC?-Chtoroethyt)ether R 99DU 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene ft 990u

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol R 99OU 59-50-7 4-Chtoro-3-methylphenot ft 990U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene R 991. 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthalene ft 99OU

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene ft 990U 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene ft 99OU

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol R 990U. 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenot R 990U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene ft 990U 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichtorophenol R 4800U

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol ft 9901U 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthatene R 99OU

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyt)ether ft 990U 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline R 4800U

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol ft 990U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 990U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine ft 990U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene R 990U

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane ft 990U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline ft 48001U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 990U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 990U

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 991. 51-28-5 2.4-Dinitrophenol ft 4800U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol ft 99OU 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 4800u

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenol ft 99OU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 990U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 480OU 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 990U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane ft 990U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrototuene ft 990.

120-83-2 2,4-Dichtorophenol ft 99OU 84-66-2 Diethytphthalate ft 991.

120-82-1 1,2,47Trichtorobenzene ft 990U 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenvylether ft 990U.

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 990U 86-73-7 Ftuorene ft 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A -Atdol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D -93


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-04.2 Customer Sample ID: N-120

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: -14471 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: RP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Samlple Received: 5-DEC-1990

DNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Comn~o~'ds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA CCLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Slank: 901214-083 GA File Numer: NA

Cl:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS uglKg CAS ug/Kg

.. ....... .............................. .......... -----.............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline R 480OU 53-70-3 Dibenz~a~h)anthracene R 990U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro--methytphenoL ft 480OU 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene R 990U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine R 990U

101-55-3 4-Bromopheny-phenylether Rt 990U

118-74-1 Nexachtorobenzene ft 990U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenot ft 4800U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene Rt 990U

120-12-7 Anthracene ft 990U

84-74-2 Di-n-butytphthalate 3000 &.LA

206-44-0 Fluoranthene ft 990U

129-00-0 Pyrene Rt 990U

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate ft 99OU

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine ft 2000U

56-55-3 Senzo(a)anthracene ft 990U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyt)phthalate ft 990U

218-01-9 Chrysone ft 990U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate ft 990U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene Rt 990U

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene Rt 990U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene ft 990U

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene ft 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was founmd in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - ALdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

D-94


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AnaLIS 10: 901206-043 Customer Samvple ID: N-121

Laboratory: Organic mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J1. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 314"72 Samvple Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 10: Hp-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

SNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA CCLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 5.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Stank: 901211-05 CA File Number: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol ft 980U 106-47-8 4-Chtoroaniline R 98OU

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether ft 980U a7-68-3 Nexachtorobutadiene R 980U

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol R 980U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methyiphenot R 98OU

541-73-1 ,3-Dichiorobenzene ft 980U 91-57-6 2-Methyinaphthalene ft 98OU

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene ft 980U 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene ft 980U

100-51-6 BenzyL Alcohol R 980U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichLorophenot R 980U

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene R 980LJ 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichtorophenol R 4800U

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol R 980U 91-58-7 Z-ChloronaphthaLene ft 980U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chtoroisopropyt)ether ft 980U 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline ft 480OU

106-44-5 4-Methytphenol ft 980U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 980U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propyanine ft 980U 208-96-8 Acenaphthytene ft 980U

67-72-1 Nexachloroethane ft 980U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline ft 4800U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 980U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 980U

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 980U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol Rt 4800U

88-75-5 2-NitrophenoL ft 980U 100-02-7 4-NitrophenoL ft 4800U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenol ft 980U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 980U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 4800U 121-14-2 2,I.-Dinitrotoluene ft 980U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane Rt 980U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene ft 980U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenot ft 980U 84-66-2 Oiethylphthalate ft 980U

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene ft 98OU 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyt-phenytether ft 980U

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 98OU 86-73-7 F'Luorene ft 980U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comnm-d was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the samp~le.

B - Anatyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

0 -97


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-043 Customer Samrple ID: N-121

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: )14472 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Samrple Received: 5-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Comrpounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 5.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICKC

Associated Blank: 901214-083 OA File Numiber: NA

C]:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ........................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline R 4800U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a~h)anthracene R 980U

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol R 4801U 191-24-2 Benzog,h,I)perylene R 960U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine R 980U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether R 980U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene R 980U

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenot R 480OU

85-01-8 Phenanthrene R 98OU

120-12-7 Anthracene R 980U

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 4300't, U~

206-44-0 Fluoranthene R 980U

129-00-0 Pyrene R 980U

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate R 980U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidine R 2000U

56-55-3 Benzo~a)anthracene R 980U

117-81-7 bisC2-EthylhexyL)phthatate R 980U

218-01-9 Chrysene R 980U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate R 980U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene R 980U

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fLuoranthene R 980U lI

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene R 980U

193-39-5 lndeno(l.2,3-cd)pyrene R 980U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The numiber is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

B - Analyte was founmd in the reagent blank as well as the samrple.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

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BNA CTCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-043 Customer Sample ID: N-121

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: ),14472

Level: (tow/med): Low Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 5.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PHt: -

GPC Cleanup: (YiN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 19 (ugiL or ugiKg): uqLa

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT IEST. CONC. 0

I1.

I2.

I3.

4 ._

123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1UNKNOWN ALCOHOL

1UNKNOWN

_ _ _ 1 UNKNOW.N 1

5 .;Z 1 109 j-AO.i581

i Z - I.~ -

109 1 e389 --

4;. 17.2!300 1Ja

5.

6.

1 UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN

19i.Z9 1

20.9

17000s + d"

-oo--4--de-

7. 1 UNKNOWN PNALATE ESTER j 4.68. So I 48 I

I .IUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND j 24.84j 980O1

10.

11. ______UNKNOWN

jANTHRACENEDIONE

HYDROCARBON

1 6.05 j

Z0.30 ~

4000-4-49

I

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

j

I

I

1

I

Z7.Z

28.;q

29.6.3

29.80 I

30.86I

13 I

2888I

120is~ Q9

2300 I 1

100J

17. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 31.0e I 74404-a

18. ______jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 31.06 we 703

19. jUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND 37.24 2600 1

120.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

121. _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

122.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ 11__ _ I

123. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

.24. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _

125. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _

126.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

127.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

128.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

129.1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

130. I ___ _

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sampl~e.

8 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-99


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-043 Customer Sample ID: N-121

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SNUCK

Fite ID: 07593 Sample Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597012 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Samp~le Received: 5-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile organic Compounads (TCL)

Dote Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE L TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VOA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 0A File Numnber: NA

El Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

------ ........................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1.1,2-TrichLoroothane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5 1&

A 108-10-1 4-MethyL-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 21$.&I 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1.2.2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-DichLoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1.2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 ChLorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform SU 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1.3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane SU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-100


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-044 Customer Sample ID: N-122

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: -14473 Samp~le Matrix: SOIL

Instrumrnent ID: MP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuumber: Analysis Procedure Number: 3NA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.9 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 QA File Numbder: NA

[I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol R 990U 106-47-8 4-Chloroaniline ft 999.

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyt)ether R 990U 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene R 9901)

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenol R 990U 59-50-7 4-Chtoro-3-methytphenol ft 990U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene R 990U 91-57-6 2-Methylnaphthalene R 990U

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene R 990U 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyclopentadiene R 99OU

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol R 990U 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichLorophenot ft 99OU

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene ft 990U 95-95-4 2,4,5-TrichtorophenoL R 480OU

95-48-7 2-Methylphenol ft 990U 91-58-7 2-Chloronaphthatene R 990U

108-60-1 bisC2-Chloroisopropyt)ether R 990U. 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline R 4800U

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol ft 999. 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 990U

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylanine ft 990U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 99OU

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane ft 990U 99-09-2 3-NitroaniLine ft 4800U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 990U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 990U

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 999. 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol ft 480OU

88-75-5 2-Nltrophenot ft 990U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenot ft 480OU

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenol ft 990U 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 990U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 480OU 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 999.

111-91-1 bisC2-Chloroethoxy)methane ft 990U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene ft 990U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichtorophenot ft 99OU 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate ft 990U

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene ft 990U 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyl-phenytether ft 990U

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 990U 86-73-7 Fluorene ft 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-101


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Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: ),14473 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

INA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounids (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA (CIP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 5.9 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 CA File Number: NA

11 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline R 480OU 53-70-3 Oibenz(a,h)anthracene R 99OU

534-52-1 4,6-Dlnitro-2-methylphenot R 4800U 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene R 990U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine R 990U

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyl-phenylether R 990U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene R 990U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenot R 4800U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene R 990U

120-12-7 Anthracene R 990U.

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 7100S..LA,

206-44-0 FLuoranthene R 990U

129-00-0 Pyrene R 990U

85-68-7 ButylbenzyLphthalate R 990U

91-94-1 3,3'-DichLorobenzidine R 2000U

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene R 990U

117-81-7 bis(2-EthylhexyL)phthatate R 990U

218-01-9 Chrysene R 990U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate R 990U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene R 990U

207-08-9 genzo(k)ftuoranthene R 990U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene R 990U7/ .

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene R 990U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Atlol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-102


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DNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS 1D: 901206-044. Customer Sample ID: N-122

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: >14473

Level: (towlmed): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 5.9 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepFlContlSonc) SoxH PH: ____

CPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 20 (ugIL or ug/Kg): _uK

I CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT jEST. CONC. 0

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy J5.r69- ;9000 1 dAe0

I2. _ jUNKNOWN 1

j8.28j 650 1 1

I3. 1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL 3 -~99m-4- H00-4,1

I4. _____ jUNKNOWN ACID 15.61 I46011

I5. jUNKNOWN -.9 4OI9094 d o

6. ___ jUNKNOWN ZO79

7. _______jUNKNOWN 1T! 20 d o,

8.______ UNKNOWN j 1.90I ~ 00

I9. jUNKNOWN PNTHALATE ESTER 266 iio -I e

I10. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON J 24.83 I3400 1 1

11. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ~I70IJ

I12. ______jANTHRACENEDIONE oi.I 7QI9

13. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 2J3 9; I~ N;

14.

15.

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

f UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON J

V-1

.? I

2?0

N100

d7o -I.i

i a;

/16. IUNKNOWN ; 9.6; go 00 0

17.

I18.

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

29.84

500

-------- ';

2408O J

19.

I20.

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

31 70

I

------ 4904-s -

1 999 j0

121. ____11 I

122.11 I

123.__ _ _ 11 I

/24. 1 I

/25. ____

126.1 II

127.1 I

128.1I I

129. I

130.j II

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the saawple.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD -Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-103

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AnaLlS ID: 901206-04.4 Customer Sample ID: N-122

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 07605 Sample Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Numb~er:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE 9 TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VGA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HUDDLESTON

Associated Slank: 901211-004 OA File Number: NA

(I:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...................

.............................. .......... ...........----------------..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Oichtoropropene 5U

75-00-3 Chtoroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 5U 108-10-1 1-Methyl-2-pentanone llU

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon DisuLfIde 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4. 1,1-Dichtoroethene 5U 79-34-5 1.1,2,Z-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane SU 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 ChLorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 EthyLbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichtoroethane SU 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-1. Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane SU

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene SU

79-01 -6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 5U

Data Reporting Cualifiers:

U - Comrpound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J2 - Indicates an estimated value.

No - not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-104


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AnaLIS 10: 901206-045 Customer Sample ID: N-123

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 3141.74 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acld Compoun~ds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Nuber: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 8.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 OA File Nu~mber: NA

0] : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS uglKg CAS ug/Kg

............................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol ft IOOOU 106-47-8 4-ChloroaniLine R IOU

111-44-4 bis(2-ChLoroethyt)ether R 1000U 87-68-3 MexachLarobutadiene ft 1 000tU

95-57-8 2-ChlorophenoL R 1000U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenoL ft 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene ft 1 000U 91-57-6 2-MothytnaphthaLene ft 1000U

106-46-7 1.4-Dichtorobenzene ft 000t; 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene Rt 100OU

100-51-6 Benzyt Alcohol ft 100OU 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenot ft 100OU

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene ft 1 000tU 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol ft 5200t)

95-48-7 2-Methytphenol ft 100OU 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthatene ft 1000U

108-60-1 bls(2-Chlorolsopropyl)ether ft 1 000tU 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline Rt 520OU

106-44-5 4-MethytphenoL ft 1000U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate ft 100OU

621-64-7 N-Witroso-di-n-propylamine Rt I000U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 1000U

67-72-1 Hexachtoroethane ft 1000U 99-09-2 3-Nitroanitine ft 520OU

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 1000U 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 1000U

78-59-1 Isophorone ft I000tU 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol ft 5200U

88-75-5 2-NitrophenoL ft 1000U 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 5200u

105-67-9 2,4-DimethytphenoL ft IOOOU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran R I000U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid ft 5200U 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 1000U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane ft 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene Rt 1000U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol ft 1000U 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate Rt 1000U

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene ft 1000U 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyt-phenyLether ft 1 000U

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 1000U 86-73-7 FLuorene Rt IOOOU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J1 - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds Initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-045 Customer Sample ID: M-123

Laboratory: Organic mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: ),14474 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: MP-5985 Requisition Numiber:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Samp~le Received: 5-DEC-1990

SNA - Base/Neutral /Acid Compyounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Numiber: Analysis Procedure Number: INA CCLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 8.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 OA File Numiber: NA

C]:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

------. . ............-----.------- .------.*................ ............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline R 520OU 53-70-3 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene R IODOU

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenoL R 5200U 191-24-2 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene R I 00OU

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenytomine R 1000U

115-3 4-Blromophenyl-plienylether R 1000U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene R 100OU

87-86-5 Pentachtorophenol R 520OU

85-01-5 Phenanthrene R 1000U

120,12,7' Anthracene R 1000U

a4-74-2 Di-n-butytphthalate 33001... Lk.

206-44-0 Fluoranthene, R 100OU

129-00-0 Pyrene R 100OU

85-6a-7 Butylbenzylphthalate R 1000U

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichtorobenzidine R 2100U

56-55-3 Uenzo~a)anthracene R 1000U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyl)phthatate R 1000U

218-01-9 Chrysene, R 1000U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate R 1000U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene R 100OU

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene R 1000U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene R 1000U

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene R 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numaber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was founid In the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-106


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INA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-045 Customer Sample ID: N-123

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscop~y Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 3,14474

Level: (low/mad): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 8.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: CSepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) Nj

Concentration Units

Number TICs founid: 20 Cug/L or ug/Kg): _tsgK2

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC.

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

2. 1 UNKNOWN

I3.1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL

I .65- --- iOfl0 -

15.721 95011 J

438 07 --- I d9 -

I~e

4 .___ _ 1 UNKNOWN 10.90I No"I do

I5.

6.

I7.

jUNKNOWN

JUNKNOWN

jUNKNOWN

I 19.0

i9.?e I40

20!.90 I3e

3neOIJ ! d

I~ d9o

I de

a .

9.

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

1UNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

I 3.7 f I

-?*-~ 60 -~

I11. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I, jt- I

1 2.

I13.

14.

IANTHRACECOTONE

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I65

I

I

j I

Q00

9;

d o

i IM)0

I .

I15. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 2e.7 F9 -"GO Ie-

16. IUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND j -9.159O

17. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 29.81 I2900 .1

18. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 3

0.85, C o--o

19.

I20.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I 5l.?V ;8700 I "

nan.7I

121. II___

122. II___

123. IIIJ___

124. J__ _

125. III___

126. III___

127. I __ _ I

28.IIJ__ _

129. IIJ___

130.I I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B8 Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J Indicates an estimated value.

ND -Not detected.

A Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification. D-107


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AnaLlS ID: 901206-045 Customer Sample 10: N-123

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 10: 07595 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 5970#2 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatie organic Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VGA CCLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 9 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 GA File Nuber: NA

Dl : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1.1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Broi methane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-Dichtoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11t; 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methytene Chloride -5 2n- LA 108-10-1 1-Methyt-2-pentanone 11U

67-61 Acetone 17- S 1A 591-78-6 2-Ilexanone 1 1U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide SU 127-18-4. Tetrachloroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1.2,2-TetrachLoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xyleme (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4. Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichioromethane 5U

1006-01-5 c1,3-Dchorropone 5U

7806-87-5 c1,-Dichloroprne 5U

79-01-6 TiichLoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Anslyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-108


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-046 Customer Samiple ID: N-124

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: ),14475 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: MP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized Dy: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-i990

DNA - lase/Meutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN- 1991

Preparation Procedure Nurter: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: 7.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Stank: 901214-083 CA File Number: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol ft 1000W 106-47-8 4-ChtoroaniLine ft 10003

111-44-4 bisC2-Chloroethyt)ether ft 100013 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene R 10013

95-57-8 2-Chlorophenot ft 100013 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphevot ft 100013

541-73-1 1,3-Dichtorobenzene ft 100013 91-57-6 Z-Methyinaphthalene ft 10001

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene ft 1000U 77-47-4 Hexachtorocyclopentadiene ft 10001

100-51-6 Renzyl Alcohol ft 100013 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichtorophenot ft 10003

95-50-1 1,2-Dichiorobenzene ft 10003 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichlorophenot ft 480013

95-48-7 2-MethylphenoL ft 100013 91-58-7 2-Chloronaphthatene ft 100013

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyt)ether ft 100013 88-74-4 2-Nitroanitine Rt 680013

106-44-5 4-Methylphenol R 100013 131-11-3 Dimethyiphthatate ft 100013

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine ft 10003 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene ft 1000U

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane ft 100013 99-09-2 3-NitroaniLine ft 48001U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 10003 83-32-9 Acenaphthene ft 100013

78-59-1 Isophorone ft 100013 51-28-5 2,4-Dinltrophenot ft 48001U

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol ft 10001. 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 480013

105-67-9 2,4-pimethyiphenol ft 100013 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 100013

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid R 480013 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 100013

111-91-1 bis(2-Chtoroethoxy)methane ft 100013 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene ft 100013

120-83-2 2,4-Dichtorophenol ft 100013 84-66-2 Diethylphthatate ft 10003

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene ft 100013 7005-72-3 4-Chlorophenyi-phenytether ft 100013

91-20-3 Naphthalene ft 10003 86-73-7 Fluorene R 100013

Data Rteporting Oualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

NO - Not detected.

A - Aldot condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-109


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naLIS ID: 901206-046 Customer Sample ID: U-124

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: >14475 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Numer:

Authorized Dy: D. C. -Canada Date sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC- 1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: DNA (CIP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 7.1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Dlank: 901214-083 OA File Numrber: NA

U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

..............................................----------.............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline R 4800UJ 53-70-3 Oibenz(a~h)anthracene R 1000u

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenot R 48D0U 191-24-2 Denzo(gh,I)perytene R 1000U

86-30,6 N-Nltrosodlphenylamine ft 1000U

101-55-3 4-Dromophenyl-phenytether Rt 1000U

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene ft IOOOU

87-86-5 PentachlorophenoL ft 4800U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene ft 1000U

120-12-7 Anthracene R 1000U

84-74-2 0l-n-butytphthatate 3700'ts, Lt.

206-44-0 FLuoranthene ft 1000.3

129-00-0 Pyrene ft 1000U

85-68-7 Dutylbenzylphthalate ft 1000tU

91-94-1 3,3'-DichLorobenzidine R 2000U

56-55-3 Denzo~a)anthracene ft 1000U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethylhexyt)phthaLate ft 1000U

/

218-01-9 Chrysene R 1000U

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthatate ft 1000U

205-99-2 Benzo(b)fluoranthene ft 1000UI

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fluoranthene ft 1000U

50-32-8 Denzo(a)pyrene ft 1000U

193-39-5 Indeno~l.2,3-cd)pyrene Rt 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

V /?

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

9 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-110


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TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-046 Customer Sample 10: N-124

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: ),14475

Level: (low/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 7.1 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH pH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (Y/N) N

Concentration Units

Nuber TICs found: 20 Cug/L or uglKg): u2LK2

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NME RT IEST. CONC. a

~ O ~

1.

I2.

I3.

I4.

123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1 UNKNONW ALCOHOL

1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL

1 UNKNOWN

6.! I

Q18

+6i; 2

"A-u

66 8J

~ 3000 in~ -

Me H3~

I5.

I6.

I7.

8.

1 UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ~

1?.ee I 10I.I

19,10I 7OOI ~

288 Z500 4-46-~

M .oIS 658oI

9. [UNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER N .6?. 1.

I10. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 24.84 I1500I

11. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 22.090

I12. IANTHRACECOIONE 28e i 1OOis .D

13. [UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ?63 8 0I.

14. [UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON N9T.66 1 leg d .

15. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ?0Z.;c4 XCOG.I '

16. ______jUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND I cy.se F 0 IJ

I17. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 1 29.80 1 2100 j.

18. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON i n RA iOj4.

19. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 34~.68 6;90o~

20. jUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND j 37.26 j1200 j 1

121.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j__ _ _ __ _ _ I__ _

122.111__ _ _ 1__ _

123.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _

124. I

125. II

126. I I

127. II

128. I

129.I I

130. II

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J Indicates an estimated value.

RD -Not detected.

A - AldoL condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P-Probable identification. D-111


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AnaLiS ID: 901206-046 Customer SuuLe ID: N-124

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 07596 Samp~le Matrix: SOIL

instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 10-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VGA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: SL STAFFORD

Associated Blank: 901210-025 OA File Number: NA

El: Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Uromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichtoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride £ dt0 LA 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 111)

67-64-1 Acetone 25 -& (A 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachioroethene S1)

75-35-4 1,1-Dichioroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane SU 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 ChLorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5U 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 BromodichLoromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichtoropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichtoropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-112


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AnaLlS ID: 901206-047 Customer Sample ID: N-125

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: )14476 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrum~ent ID: MP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

SNA -Base/NeutraL/Acid Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Numb~er: INA (CLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 CA Fite Numiber: NA

[I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

108-95-2 Phenol R 1000U 106-47-8 4-Chloroaniline R 1000U

111-44-4 bis(2-Chtoroethyl)ether R I 000U 87-68-3 Hexachtorobutadiene R 100OU

95-57-8 2-Chtorophenol ft 1000U 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol ft 1000U

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene ft I00OU 91-57-6 2-Methylnaphthalene ft IOOOU

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene R I1000t) 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene R 1000U

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol R 1000U 88-06-2 2.4,6-Trichlorophenol t R OOOU

95-50-1 1,2-Oichlorobenzene R IOOOU 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichlorophenol ft 5100U

95-48-7 2-Methytphenol R 100OU 91-58-7 2-ChLoronaphthatene R 1000U

108-60-1 bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether ft I000U 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline R 5100U

106-44-5 4-Methytphenol ft 1000U 131-11-3 Dimethylphthalate R 100OU

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine R 1000U 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene R 1000U

67-72-1 Nexachloroethane R 1000U 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline ft 5100U

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene ft 100OU 83-32-9 Acenaphthene R 1000W

78-59-1 Isophorone R 1000U 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol ft 5100tJ

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol ft 100WU 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol ft 5100U

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethytphenol ft IOOOU 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran ft 1000U

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid R 5100U 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene ft 1000U

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane ft 1000U 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene R 1000U

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol R 100WU 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate R 1000U

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene R 100OW 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenytether R 1000W

91-20-3 Naphthalene R 100WU 86-73-7 Fluorene ft IOOOU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numb~er is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Anulyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D- 113


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AnaLiS ID: 901206-047 Customer Sample ID: N-125

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: )14476 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Numb*er:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN- 1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA (CIP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 6.5 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Btank: 901214-083 GA File Number: NA

11 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

.................................. .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline Rt 5 100U 53-70-3 Dibenz~a~h)anthracene R 1000u

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitra-2-methytphenot R 5100U 191-24-2 Uenzo(g,h,i)perylene R 1000U

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine R 1000tJ

101-55-3 4-Bromopheny-phenylether R 100OU

118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene R 1000U

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol R 5100U

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 2200

120-12-7 Anthracene R 1000U

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthaLate 5 6 00 11,u

206-44-0 Fluoranthene R IOOOU

129-00-0 Pyrene R IOOOU

85-68-7 ButytbenzylphthaLate R 1001.

91-94-1 3,3'-DichLorobenzidinte R 2101U

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene R 1000U

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyt)phthalate R 1000U

218-01-9 Chrysene R 1001.

117-84-0 Di-n-octylphthalate R 1000U

205-99-2 Uenzo(b)ftuoranthene R 1000U

207-08-9 Denzo(k)fLuoranthene R 1000U

50-32-8 Benzo(a)pyrene R 10011

193-39-5 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene R 1000U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numiber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J -Indicates an estimated value.

NDO Not detected.

A -Aldol condensation product.

D -Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-1214


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DNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-047 Customer Sam~ple iD: N-125

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J9. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: ),14476

Level: (Low/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 2-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. 6.5 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepFlContlSonc) SoxH pH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Number TICs fo und: 20

Concentration Units

(ugIL or uglKg): ug/K2

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME FIT EST. CONC. a

1 . 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy I 5.7 it ftsee

I2. 1 UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 14.12 I 12000 I~

I3. .jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 16.03 I 23000 I.

I4. 1UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON J 17.3e Fees .~

I5. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 17.81 I 22000 J I

I6. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 18.56 I8500 I.

I7. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 18.82 12000 J.

I8.

I9.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

[UNKNOWN

j

1

19.46 I

19.741

28000 1 9

22000 1I

10.

I11.

I12.

I13.

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

1UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

j

j

j

20.41 I8200 . 1

2 0.94 I 1eee" Ido

20.98 j 17000 . 1

21.70 j 25000 1 .

14.

15.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

j

J

22.46 j

22.55 l

42000

23000

1 .

1 9

16. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON ; 1.s4 4- 34e00 1 do

17.

18.

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I 23.96 1 18000 1 .9

2 - 1 &-4------VT_-t-1j .9

19. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 26.I40 1 2C;0 i.

20. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I" 2768seC3I

121. III.._ _ _

122.II ___I

123. III. _ _

j24. ___I

125.I I__ _

126.I ___I

127. II___I

28. ___I

129.I I ___I

130. II. __

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number Is the attainable detection limit for the samp'le.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J.- Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Hot detected.

A - Aldot condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-115


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AnaLIS ID: 901206-047 Customer Sample ID: 36-125

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. XESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07620 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: .Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA (CLP) NDP

Percent Moisture: 7 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL MUDOLESTON

Associated Blank: 901211-004 OA File Numb~er: NA

(3:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chloromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene SU

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1.3-DichLoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromoform SU

75-09-2 MethyLene Chloride 5U 108-10-1 4-Methyt-2-peitanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 11U 591-78-6 Z-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 TetrachLoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichtoroethene 5U 79-36-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachtoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1*1-Dichtoroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) SU 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-Dichtoroethane SU 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichloroethane su

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 5U

79-01-6 rrichloroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochtoromethane 5U

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-116


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VOA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-047 Customer Sample ID: N-125

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J.-KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 07620

Level: (Lowlmed): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 11-DEC-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 7

Concentration Units

Numiber TICs founbd: I (ug/L or uglKg): ugLKg

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME R T IEST. CONC. 0

1. 76-13-11 Freon 113 4-4 I.Q1-------.41j.

12. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _

3.-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _ _ _1_ _

4'.__

6.

1 6.

~7.-II

_ _1_

1_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_ _

_

_

_

_

_

_ .II_ _

18.

19. II___

1_ _ _ 1 I

110.II__

I11.II__

112.

113. II_

_ _ _

_ _ _

I _ _ _ I_

_ _ _ _I_ _

_

_ _

II

I

_

_I_ _

_

_

114.__ _ _ _1II_

_ _ _ _I_ _ _

115. _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ I

116.1 __ _ _ __ _ I

117.__ _ _ _1II_

118. _ _ _ _1II_

_ _ _ _I_ _ _

_ _ _ _I_ _ _ I

119.1 L__ _ _ __ _ I

120. 1II_ _ _ _ _ _

121. 1I_ _ _ _ _ _

122. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ _ 1__ _ I

123.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _ I

126. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

127. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

128.1__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 I

129.1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 I

I30. 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U -Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D Secondary dilution.

E -Exceeds initial calibration range.

P -Probable Identification.

D- 117


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AnaLIS 1D: 901206-049 Customer Sample ID: N-126

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File 1D: 3,14511 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: HP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

BNA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounjrds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 17JA(19/

Preparation Procedure Numiber: Analysis Procedure Number: SNA C(e,.D

Percent Moisture: 8.3 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 QA File Number: NA

(I : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ........................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 110007 106-47-8 4-Chloroanitine 11000 7

111-44-4 bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 11000 7 87-68-3 Nexachtorobutadiene 11000U7

95.57-8 2-Chtorophenot 11000.7 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenot 1100071

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 11000.7 91-57-6 2-MethyLnophthaLene i0ou J

106-46-7 1,4-Oichlorobenzene 110oo)07 77-47-4 Nexachtorocyclopentadiene 11000 7

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol 11000 7 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenot 1100U o

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 110007 95-95-4 2,4,5-Trichlorophenot 5200U07

95.45.7 2-MethytphenoL 1100U7T 91-58-7 2-Chloronaphthatene 110007T

108-60-1 bis(2-Chlorolsopropyt)ether 1100UJ3- 88-74-4 2-NitroaniLine 5200.3

106-44-5 4-MethylpienoL

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propyanine

110007

11001.13

131-11-3 DimethyLphthaLate

208-96-8 Acenaphthylene

1100o)03

11000 7

67-72-1

98-95-3

Hexachioroethane

Nitrobenzene

11000 7

110007

99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline

83-32-9 Acenaphthene

52000 JT

11000 3'

78-59-1 Isophorone 11000 7 51-25-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 5200U 7

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 1100U7, 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenot 5200U07

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenol 11000,7 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran l11000X

65-55-0 Benzoic Acid 5200U-T 121-14-2 2.4-Dinitrotoluene 1100U.7

111-91-1 bis(2-ChLoroethoxy)methane 110007 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoiuene 11000 T

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 10007J 84-66-2 Diethylphthalate 11000 7

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 11000 7 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenytether 1100U,7

91-20-3 Naphthalene 110007 : 86-73-7 Fluorene 11000 7

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The Kx. er is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-118

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8NA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-049 Customer Sample ID: N-126

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL File ID: 2-14511

Level: (Low/med): LOW Date Received: 6-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 17-JAN-1990

% Moisture: not dec. 8.3 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepFlContlSonc) SoxH pH: ____

CPC cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Num~ber TICs found: 20 (ugIL or ug/Kg): u2L2

CAS NUMBER COMPOUND NAME RT EST. CONC. 0

an:~~ nu:V~zz=2 n~arsf :n:. n m~ 1 ... .... .Z

I1. 123-42-21 2-Pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methy S.P IA- 440 A IlO

2. 1UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 14.13 I 7800 1

3. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 16.02 I 13000 1

4. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON 1 469 4 .43" do

6. _ UNKNOWN HYRCRO 17.781 100 J

6 .

I7.

IUNKNOWN HDOABNI

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I

18.54

18.79 I

10001

5800 J

a. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 19.41 1 6000 J

I9. IUNKNOWN 19I.R0 ROOI.. d

1 1. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 20.38 1 4200 J

1 11. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 20.97 I 15000 J

12.

13.

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I

I

21.67 I

22.43 I

8400

16000

1

1

14. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 22.52 I 8400 J

15. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON HIB We de-I."

16. UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON I 23.93 I 7300 J

17.

18.

19.

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN ARAMATIC KETONE

[UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

25.4

260 I

26 238

; 0C0 le-O

9"&c I

I3' I

20. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON Z7.4 5;

*0 -asoI

121.______ I

122.__ _ _ _ II I

123. _ _ _ _ 1IIII

124. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ _I_ _ _

25. 1__________________1______ ______1____

126. _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _

127. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _1_ _ _

128.1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _ I

129. __ _ _ _I_ _ _ _ i__ _ I

130.1__ _ _ _1_ _ _ _ 1__ _

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compoun~d was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B -Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J4 Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D0 Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-119

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AnaLiS ID: 901206-049 Customer Sample ID: N-126

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File ID: 07637 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA -Volatile Organic Compounds CTCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 12-DEC-1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE & TRAP Analysis Procedure Numb~er: VOA CCLP) NOP

Percent Moisture: 8 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL HUDDLESTON

Associated Blank: 901212-004 QA File Niuber: NA

C] : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

...... ........................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

74-87-3 Chtoromethane 11U 79-00-5 1,1,Z-Trichioroethane SU

74-83-9 Uronmmthane 11U 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride 11U 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-Dichtoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane 11U 75-25-2 Bromnoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 109.3. LAk 108-10-1 4-Methyt-2-pentanone 11U

67-64-1 Acetone 54'S. LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone 11U

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene 5U 79-34-5 1,1.2,2-Tetrachtoroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane 5U 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5U

107-06-2 1,2-DichLoroethane SU 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-Butanone 11U 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) SU

71-55-6 1,1,1-Trichtoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate 11U

75-27-4 Bromodichtoromethane SU

1006-01-5 c1,3-Dichorropone 5U

7806-87-S

79-01-6

124-48-1

c1-Dichloroprne

Trichloroethene

Dibromochioromethane

5U

5U

5U 6 7

q

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

* - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

0 - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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ANALYSIS DATA REPORT Page 1 of 2

AnaLIS ID: 901206-050 Customer Sample ID: N-127

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fit. ID: r14481 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument 1D: HP-5985 Requisition Numiber:

-Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Samp~le Received: 5-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Comp~ounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 3-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Number: Analysis Procedure Number: BHA (CLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: .1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK HEADRICK

Associated Slank: 901214-083 QA File Number: NA

H : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

............................... .......... ........... .............................. ..........

108-95-2 Phenol 960UJ 106-47-8 4-ChLoroanilne 960U5

111-44-4 bis(2-ChtoroethyL)ether 960U _ 87-68-3 Hexachlorobuztediene 960U 3

95-57-8 2-ChLorophenol 960U .7 59-50-7 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 960U-1

541-73-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 960) 91-57-6 2-Methytnephthalenve 96OU 7

106-46-7 1,4-Dichlorobenzene 960U Y 77-47-4 Hexachlorocyctopentadiene 960UJ'

100-51-6 Benzyl Alcohol 960U 7 88-06-2 2,4,6-TrichLorophenot 960U 7

95-50-1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 960U j 95-95-4 2,4.5-Trichlorophenol 480DU J

95-48-7 2-Methyiphenoi 960U7j 91-58-7 2-Chtoronaphthalene 960U 7

108-60-1 bisC2-Chloroisopropyt)ether 960U 7 88-74-4 2-Nitroaniline 4800 11

106-44-5 4-Methytphenot 960U 7 131-11-3 Dimethytplithatate 96DU Jr

621-64-7 N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 960U T 208-96-8 Acenaphthylene 960U X

67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 960U3- 99-09-2 3-Nitroaniline 4800U j

98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 960U-Y 83-32-9 Acenaphthene 960UT

78-59-1 Isophorone 960U X 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrophenol 4800U,7

88-75-5 2-Nitrophenol 960U 3 100-02-7 4-Nitrophenol 4800U 7

105-67-9 2,4-Dimethylphenol 960U T 132-64-9 Dibenzofuran 960U Z

65-85-0 Benzoic Acid 4800U T 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrototuene 960U 7

111-91-1 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 960U 7 606-20-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 960U3r

120-83-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 960UT 84-66-2 Diethytphthatate 960U.17

120-82-1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 960U 7 7005-72-3 4-Chtorophenyl-phenylether 960U 7

91-20-3 Naphthalene 960U J 86-73-7 Fluorene 960U 3

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the samrple.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sanipte.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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AnaLIS ID: 901206-050 Customer Sample ID: N-127

Laboratory: organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

File IN: 314481 Samwple Matrix: SOIL

Instrumient ID: NP-5985 Requisition Number:

Authorized By: 0. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 5-DEC-1990

BRA - Base/Neutral/Acid Compounmds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: 13-DEC-1990 Date Analyzed: 3-JAN-1991

Preparation Procedure Numb~er: Analysis Procedure Number: BNA (CLP) HOP

Percent Moisture: .1 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: AK NEADRICK

Associated Blank: 901214-083 OA File Numb~er: NA

II:Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

..................---------------- .......... ........... .............................. ..........

100-01-6 4-Nitroaniline 480OUZY 53-70-3 Dibenz(a~h)anthracene 960U7

534-52-1 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylpienot 4800U 7 191-24-2 Benzo(g~h,l)perylene 960U j

86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 960U 3

101-55-3 4-Bromophenyt-pIhenytether 960Uj

118-74-1 Nexachlorobenzene 960U:T

87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol 4800U 1

85-01-8 Phenanthrene 960Uj

120-12-7 Anthracene 960U 7

84-74-2 Di-n-butylphthalate 25001L Lk-y

206-44-0 Fluoranthene 96OU J-

129-00-0 Pyrene 960U 7

85-68-7 Butylbenzylphthalate 960U 7

91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 2000U IT

56-55-3 Benzo(a)anthracene 960U.T

117-81-7 bis(2-Ethythexyl)phthalate 960U 3

218-01-9 Chrysene 960U 7

117-84-0 Di-n-.octylplithalate 960U T

205-99-2 Benzo(b)ftuoranthene 960U 3

207-08-9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene 960UT

50-32-8 Benzo~a)pyrene 960U,17

193-39-5 Indeno(1.2,3-cd)pyrene 960UJ '

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The numiber is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

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Oak Ridge K-25 Site

Analytical Chemistry Department

SNA (TCL) SOIL ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS

TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED COMPOUNDS

AnaLIS ID: 901206-050 Customer Sample ID: 11-127

Laboratory: Organic Mass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Sample Matrix: SOIL Fite ID: >144.81

Level: (Low/med): LOW Date Received: 5-DEC-1990

Dilution Factor: 1.0 Date Analyzed: 3-JAN-1991

% Moisture: not dec. .1 dec. _____Date Extracted: 13-DEC-1990

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SoxH PH: ____

GPC Cleanup: (YIN) N

Concentration Units

Number TICs found: 20 Cug/L or ug/Kg): _uL~

I CAS NUMBER I COMPOUND NAME RT IEST. CONC.

j~zXX 1 = ==~z* ZZS23232.2..Zzu : =: I I..z 12C33221 ==z~

1.

I2.

I3.

I4.

I5.

6.

I7.

I8.

I9.

123-42-21 2-Pentanone. 4-hydroxy-4-methy

1 UNKNOWN ALCOHOL

1 UNKNOWN

1 UNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

UNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

j

L

j

j

I23.88

U=4-44&.-.

IO

16.9O------0O-...

~

19I.S. i8 j~

20c.88j -48064-n-

2I? 64

1390 J

mte

I

(10.

I11.

jUNKNOWN

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

I 24.86!

23.00 1

5501

66e

12. jUNKNOWN AROMATIC KETONE 26.9i 70 3

13. jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON Z6.34

14.

15.

116.

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

jUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

[UNKNOWN

j

j

PA

o.lu

29.701

4.5 500-1 .. o

)0IJ

8801

I

17. IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON j 2.?9 liI . de-

18.

19.

I20.

(21.1

IUNKNOWN HYDROCARBON

IUNKNOWN ALKOXY COMPOUND

IUNKNOWN PHTHALATE ESTER

I

j

308 I

).&0

32.36 I1400

1 I

44GOI

IJ

I

(22. ___________________

(23.

(24.

125.1III

1_

J

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

(26.

(27.

III

I I

(28.1 I

29.__ _ _ II

130. I

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection Limit for the sample.

B - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J- Indicates an estimated value.

ND - Not detected.

A - Aldol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

P - Probable Identification. D-123


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ANALYSIS DATA REPORT Page 1 of I

AnaLIS ID: 901206-050 Customer Sample ID: N1-127

Laboratory: Organic Kass Spectroscopy Laboratory Customer: J. KESSNER/R. SHUCK

Fite ID: 07635 Sample Matrix: SOIL

Instrument ID: 597002 Requisition Number:)

Authorized By: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 6-DEC-1990

VOA - Volatile Organic Compounds (TCL)

Date Extracted/Prepared: Date Analyzed: 12-DEC- 1990

Preparation Procedure Number: PURGE L TRAP Analysis Procedure Number: VOA CCLP) MOP

Percent Moisture: 0 Dilution Factor: 1.0

Percent Moisture (decanted): Analyst: GL NUDDLESTON

Associated Stank: 901212-004 OA File Number: NA

H1 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

CAS ug/Kg CAS ug/Kg

74-87-3 Chtoromethane IOU 79-00-5 1.1.2-Trichtoroethane 5U

74-83-9 Bromomethane IOU 71-43-2 Benzene 5U

75-01-4 Vinyl Chloride IOU 10061-02-6 trans-1,3-DichLoropropene SU

75-00-3 Chloroethane lOU 75-25-2 Iromoform 5U

75-09-2 Methylene Chloride 9-0. 4 108-10-1 4-Methyl-2-pentanona IOU

67-64-1 Acetone 71 '1. LA 591-78-6 2-Hexanone IOU

75-15-0 Carbon Disulfide 5U 127-18-4 Tetrachtoroethene 5U

75-35-4 1,1-Dichloroethene SU 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 5U

75-34-3 1,1-Dichtoroethane 511 108-88-3 Toluene 5U

540-59-0 1,2-Dichtoroethene (total) 5U 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 5U

67-66-3 Chloroform 5U 100-41-4 Ethylbenzene 5u

107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane 5u 100-42-5 Styrene 5U

78-93-3 2-lutanone 1WU 1330-20-7 Xylene (total) 5U

71-55-6 1,1,1-TrichLoroethane 5U

56-23-5 Carbon Tetrachloride 5U

108-05-4 Vinyl Acetate lOU

75-27-4 Bromodichloromethane 5U

78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane 5U

10061-01-5 cis-1,3-Dichtoropropene 5U

79-01-6 Trichtoroethene 5U

124-48-1 Dibromochloromethanve SU

Data Reporting Qualifiers:

U - Compound was analyzed for but not detected. The number is the attainable detection limit for the sample.

6 - Analyte was found in the reagent blank as well as the sample.

J - Indicates an estimated value.

RD - Not detected.

A - Atdol condensation product.

D - Secondary dilution.

E - Exceeds initial calibration range.

D-124


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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0 _______________

MARTIN MARIETTA ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC. PS FIE9X2D

Ms. Joan Kessner

Westinghiouse Hanford Company

Office of Sample Management

2355 Stevens Drive

Richland, Washington, 99352

Dear Ms. Kessner:

July 16, 1991

Analyical Results Package on Project 90-02: Underground Storage Tanks Samples

Attached are the analytical results on five (5) Underground Storage Tanks soil samples, Project 90-

028, received into the K-25 Site Analytical Chemistry Department (ACD) laboratories on March 9,

1991. Also attached are copies of the Chain of Custody records for the samples, and a sample

identification table. As previously requested in the letter dated December 20, 1990, the results are

reported in ACD's AnaLis report format. All data quality objectives were satisfied on this project.

Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons

The total petroleum hydrocarbons analysis was performed by ACD's TP- 184203 method, an extraction

method for determination of total petroleum hydrocarbons in solids. TP-184203 is a modification of

EPA 418.1.

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Ms. Joan Kessner 2 July 16, 1991

I certify that this data package is in compliance with the terms and conditions of the OSM's revised

Statement of Work and letter dated December 20, 1990, both technically and for completeness, for

other than the conditions detailed above. Release of the data contained in this hardcopy data

package has been authorized by the Laboratory Manager or his designee, as verified by the following

signature.

Clarence R. Kirkpatrick

Acting Department Manager

K-25 Site Analytical Chemistry Department

Attachments

cc/attach: D.LAmburgey

S.R.Smith - RC

cc: N.P.Buddin

H.H.Sullivan

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Sincerely,

Deborah L Amburgey

Program Manager

Hanford Support Program

Fred M alo

Program Manager

Waste Management Analysis


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Analytical Cheistry Department

Results of Analyses

AnSLIS 10: 910311-006 Project: G132 027S customer Smle ID: MK-101

Customer: KiESSNERIROOS Eaojisi tion Number:

Date Sumpted: 5-MAR-1991 Date Sample Received: 9-MAR-1991

Sompted By: Date SaepL* Coipleted: 7-APR-1991

Mterisl Description: SOIL (3 : Resul It has been Corrected for Spike

10

Date Printed:

15-JUL-1991 12:43

QA Date

Act iv.

Number Procedure No. Analysis Result Units Analyst Pile Number Completed

........... ...................... ........................ .......... ............... ............. .........

184203 TP-184203 Petroleum Hydrocarbons 2.366 %JC OSBORNE 91-4 6-APR-1991

D-129

Program Manager: 0. L. Amburgey

Date Approved: 8-APR-1991


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AnaLyticaL Chemistry Departmnt

Results of Analyses

AnaLIS ID: 910311-007 Project: G132 027S Customer Sample ID: 14K-102

Customer: KESSNER/ROOS Requisi tion Number:

Dote Samled: 5-M-1991 Date Semple Received: 9-PAR-1991

Samled By: Date sampte completed: 7-APR-1991

Material Description: SOIL 13:Result has been corrected for Spike

Date Printed:

15-JUL-1991 12:43

GA Date

Activ.

Number Procedure No. Analysis Result Units Analyst File Number completed

---------------------------------------- ------------------------ ---------- --------------- ------------- ---------

184203 TP-184203 Petroleum Hydrocarbons 2.948 %JC OSSORME 91-4 6-APR-1991

D-130

Program Manager: D. L. Amburgey

Date Approved: 8-APR- 1991


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Oak Ridge K-25 Site Date Printed:

Analytical Chemaistry Department

Results of Analyses

15-JUL-1991 12:43

AnaLlS ID: 910311-008 Project: G132 027S Customer Sample 1D: MK-103

Customer: KESSNER/ROOS Requi si tion Number:

Date Sampled: 5-NAR-1991 Date Sample Received: 9-MAR-1991

Sampled Bly: Date Sample Completed: 7-APR-1991

Material Description: SOIL E3 : Result has been Corrected for Spike

Activ. GA Date

Number Procedure No. Analysis Result Units Analyst Fil 1 oNmber Completed

--------------------------------- ------------------------ ---------- --------------- ------------- ---------

184203 TP-184203 Petroleum Hyrocarbons 0.057 %JC OSSORNE 91-4 6-APR-1991

D-131

Program Manager: D. L. AaIburgey

Date Approved: 8-APR-1991


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Analytical Chemistry Department

Results of Analyses

AnaLIS 1D: 910311-009 Project: G132 027'S Customer Sample ID: NK-104

Customer: KESSNER/ROOS Reqii ition Number:

Date Sampled: 5-MAR-1991 Date Sample Received: 9-M4AR-1991

Sampled By: Date Samle Completed: 7-APR-l19

Noarial Description: SOIL E3 : Result has beew Corrected for Spike

Date Printed:

15-JUL-1991 12:43

QA Date

Activ.

Number Procedure No. Analysis Result Units Anatyst File Number Completed

----------- ------------------------------ ------------------------ ---------- --------------- ------------- ---------

184203 TP-184203 Petroleum Hydrocarbons -'0.001 %JC OSBORNE 91-4 6-APR-1991

0-132

Program Manager: D. L. Airburgey

Date Approved: 8-APR-1991


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Oak Ridge K-25 Site

Analytical Ciheistr Department

Results of Analyses

AnaLIS 10: 910311-010 Project: G132 027S Customer Sample 10: WK-105

Customer: KESSNER/ROOS; Requisition Nmb~er:

Date Sampled: 5-PAR-1991 Date Semple Received: 9-MAR-1991

Samled By: Date Semple Completed: 7-APR- 1991

Mterial Description: SOIL U:Result has been Corrected for Spike

Date Printed:

15-JUL-1991 12:"4

Activ.

QA Date

N,.,ier Procedure No. Analysis Result Units Analyst File Number Completed

.......... ............................. ........................ .......... ............... ............. .........

184203 TP-184203 Petroleum Hyrocarbons 12.592 %JC OSBORNE 91-4 6-APR 911

D-133

Progra Manager: D. L. Amburgey

Date Approved: 8-APR- 1991


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LABORATORY: TMA/ARLI

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

CASE: 03-090

CASE NARRATIVE J

CONTRACT ID: WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD COMPANY

SDG RECEIPT DATE: March 30, 1992

1.0 DESCRIPTION OF CASE:

000005

Three soil samples were analyzed for Total Petroleum

Hydrocarbons and Purgeable Aromatics. Preliminary

results were provided by FAX within 10 days of VTSR.

This package represents the final results.

2.0 SAMPLE LIST:

WESTINGHOUSE ID L&DZU MATRIX MTO

B01GMO A2-03-090-01 SOIL HC,THE,THP,BX

B01GM1 A2-03-090-02 SOIL HC,THE,THP.BX

B01GM3 A2-03-090-03 SOIL HC,THETHP,BX

Method Codes:HC - EPA 418.1, THE = EPA 8015 EXTRACTABLE,

THP = EPA 8015M PURGEABLE, BX = EPA 8020 BTEX

3.0 COMMENTS ON SAMPLE RECEIPT:

The samples were received intact and properly documented.

4.0 COMMENTS ON ANALYSIS:

4.1 EPA 418.1 - TOTAL PETROLEUM BY IR:

All samples were extracted and analyzed within

method holding time.

All QC results were acceptable.

4.*2 EPA 80 15M - EXTRACTABLE HYDROCARBON:

All samples were extracted and analyzed within

method holding time.

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All QC results were acceptable. There were no

problems encountered during analysis. Solvent peaks

were eliminated using electronic subtraction. Both

the raw and subtracte~l chromatograms have been

included in the package.

4.3 EPA 8015M - PURGEABLE HYDROCARBONS:

All samples were analyzed within method holding

time.

All QC results were acceptable. There were no

problems encountered during analysis.

4.4 EPA 8020 - BTEX:

All samples were analyzed one day past the method

holding time but within 10 days of VTSR.

All QC results were #deevtable. There were no

problems.

All positive hits were confirmed by GCMS.

5.0 DATA PACKAGE COMMENTS:

The Format of the data deliverable was designed: to

meet or exceed the requirements 6"f ther-Westinghouse

Hanford Company Statement of Work. The intenti of

the package design is'to provide sufficient data for

"stand alone" validation. While the format of the

package is "CLP like" Thermo Analytical Inc. makes

no claim that this package duplicates in part or in

total an EPA CLP data package.

d

I certify that this data package is in compliance with

the terms and conditions of the contract, both

technically and for completeness, for other than the

conditions detailed above. Release of the data contained

in this hard copy data package has been authorized by

the Laboratory Manager or his designee, as verified by

the following signature."

Nicole Roth Dni .Wel

CLP Manager clDrto

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Rtesutts by Smpt*

SAMPLE 10 ROUND

SAMPLE # 21i FRACTIONS: 9-F

I Date A Time Cottected 0312619 Category

I mg/Kg

SAMPLE 1D 5016141

418j.s.....JL 14I

I mg/Kg

SAMPLE 0 9Z FRACTIONS: F

Date A Time CoLtected 0312619

Category

SAMPLE tD 11016113 SAMPLE 0 31 FRACTIONS: A-B.C

I Date & Time CoLtected 03/261-- category

I mg/Kg

SAMPLE tD 3016N3 Dunilcat* SAMPLE # ALj FRACTIONS: I

I Date A Time CoLlected 03126192 CategoryI

SAMPLE ID no1aml Stank Spike SAMPLE # a. FRACTIONS: F__

I Date & Time Collected 03/26192 Category

% RecoveryI

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Results by S;aple

SAMPLE I103016G FRACTION fJU TEST CODE 201511 NAME Volatile Fucts-TPl

Date & Time Collected 0312619

Category

MODIFIED 8015 -VOLATILE FUEL UYDROCAR5ONS

Matrix: Soj.lt.....

Date Analyzed: 04/08/9L2.

Dilution factor: .00.1A9

Concentration Units: .... ual~J.

Sample

Compound Result POL

CS -C12 Gasoline Range No 25.0

ND *Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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Results by Semple

SAMPLE 10 BOIGKO FRACTION IL TEST CODE 1111... NAME ITEN by EPA 8020

Date & Time Collected 0312619 Category

$TEX by EPA Method 5020

Matrix: i±L...........

Date Analyzed: 04/10LII.92.

Dilution factor: .00L....

Concentration Units: ual....

Sample

CA$ No. Compound Result POL

71-43-21 Senlene ND 2.5

109-893 Toluene No 2.5

100-41-4 Ithylbenzons ND 2.5

1330-20-7 Xylon.. (Total) ND 2.5

% Recovery Surrogate Compound

Bremof luorobeniene 94......h

NDO Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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SAMPLE 1D BOIGNO FRACTION ML1 TEST CODE 81112 MNE FYRCALE FUELS *TPN

Date & Tim* Collected 03126192 Category ______

MODIFIED 8015 - EXTRACTABLE FUEL HYDROCARBONS

Matrix: SoJ.lt.....

Date Analyzed: 04108212

Dilution factor: t..00..±~l

Concentration units: waul~i.

S&aple

Compound *esult POL

Kerosene Range ND 5.0

CIO - C16 Jet Fuel, Range ND 5.0

C9 -C22 DiesetloRnge ND 10.0

Hlydraulc Range ND 5.0

ND N ot detected at the specified limits

Form I

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Ueuta hr Samplea

SAMPLE 10 *0 GNI FRACTION IML TEST CODE 8015WB MNE Volatile Fuets-TPU

Date A Time Collected 2U2&1I92 Category

MODIFIED 5015 -VOLATILE FUEL NTDROCARIONS

Matrix: soft.....

Data Analyzed: 0l4108l2.

Dilution factor: .00L~

Concentration Units: .ULEJ.

Sample

Compound Resut,

CS - C12 Gasoline Range No 25.0

NO Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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SAMPLE 10 NOICHI FRACTION flU TEST CODE STEW.. NME ITEN by EPA 31026

Dato & Time Collected O32,6192 Category ______

8TEM by EPA Method 8020

matrix: soft........

Date Analyzed: 04.110/92

Dilution factor: - .00

Concentration Units: UGIj

Sample

CAIS No. Compound Result POL

71-43-2 Benzene No 2.5

103-88-3 Toluene 21 2.5

100-41-4 Ethylbentone No 2.5

1330-20-7 Xylenes CTotal) No 2.5

I Recovery Surrogate Compound

Iromofluorobenzens 8....Jl

NO Not detected at the specified limits

form I

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SAMPLE 1D 318111 FRACTION 11 TEST CODE 31111 MNE EXRCTABLE FUELS -TPU

Date & Time Collected 03126192 Category

MODIFIED LO1IS EXTRACTABLE FUEL NYDROCARBONS

Matrfx: Soft......

Date Analyzed: 04/08/2

Dilution factor: 1.00fl

Concentration Unite: .......ia

Sample

Compound Result POL

Kerosene Range No 5.0

CIO -C16 Jet Fuel Range VoD 5.0

C9 - C22 Diesel, Range 63.0 10.0

Nydraulc Range ND 5.0

ND Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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Results by Sampte

SAMPLE 1D a61513 FRACTION UL TEST CODE II.U.... NME ILTEX by EPA 3020

cate & Time Collected 03126192

Category______

ITEX by EPA Method 5020

Matrix: soft........

Date Analyzed: 04/10192L..

Dilution factor: .00.IJL...

Concentration Units: ..... U.LLL..

CA$ No. Compound Result POL

71-43-2 Benzene ND 2.S

108-88-3 Toluene 16 2.5

'100-4 1-4 Ethytbonzene No2.

1330-20-7 Kylenes (Total), NO2.

2 Recovery Surrogate Compound

BromoftIuorobenzone

76......i

ND *Not detected at the specified limits

form I

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Vork Order 0 AZ-03-090

SANPLE 10 B01CU3 FRACTION iL TEST CODE 8015NVY MANE Volatile Fuets-TPU

Date & Time Collected 03/26192

Category

NODIFIED £015 -VOLATILE FUEL NYDEOCARSONS

Matrix: jgjl....

Date Analyzed: 04108/2

DiLution factor: .00~...A

Concentration Units: uaK

Sapte

Compound Result POL

CS - C12 Gasoline Range ND 25.0

MD *Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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lesuts by Samples

SAMPLE ID BIICHI FRACTION UlL TEST CODE SO15MS NAME EXTRACTABLE FUELS T PI

Date & Time Collected 0312619Z Category______

MODIFIED BO015 EXTRAC-TAULE FUEL NYDROCARIONS

Matrix: Sll......

Date Analyzed: 04108192

Dilution factor: 1..00....LA

Concentration units: ma~

Sample

Compound Result POL

Kerosene Range No 5.0

CIO -C16 Jet Fuel Range ND S.D

C9 C22 Diesel Range 21.3 10.0

Hydraulic Range No 5.0

NO Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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ROY P. WESTON, INC.

LionVille Laboratory

CLIENT: WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD SAXPLBS RECEIVED: 03-28-92

RFW #: 9203L84l, GC VOLATILE

1.0. #: 6168-02-01

NARRATIVE

One (1) soil sample was collected on 03-26-92.

The sample and its associated QC samples were analyzed

according to criteria set forth in Method 602 for Selected

Aromatic Organic Volatile target compounds on 04-03,06-92.

The following is a summary of the QC results accompanying the

sample results and a description of any problems encountered

during their analyses:

1. All surrogate recoveries were within

laboratory control limits.

2. One (1) of eight (8) blank spike recoveries

was outside method control limits. There was

no impact on this case because analytes were

not detected in the sample.

Jack R. ftschall, Ph .D. Date

Laboratory Manager

Lionville Analytical Laboratory

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Matrix: SOLLab Sample ID: 9203L841-001

Sample wt/vol: 5.66 (g/uL) _q Lab File TD: D3242591

Level: (lew/med) I" Date Received: 03/28/92

%Moisture: not dec. 3~ Date Aal-yzed: 04039

Column: (pack/cap) ZN Dilution Factor: 1.0

CONCINTRATIOK UNITS:

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Client: WZSTINGHOSR KhANRD

matrix: SOIL..... Lab Sample ID: 9203LS41-001

Sample wt/yols 25.0 (9/L) L_ Lab File ID: 04029227.14

Level: (lev/med) LOW Date Received: 03/28/92

%Moisture: not dec. 3..... dec. Data Extracted: 04/01/92

Extraction: (SepF/Cont/Sonc) SOCDate An-lyzed: 04/03/92

OPC Cleanup: (YIN) F pH: .4 Dilution Factor: OW090T 0

"?' CENTitAT!0E UNITS:

CAB NO. COMPOUND (ug/L or ug/Eg) mlkg.....

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Clients WESTINGROUSI HANFORD

Matrix: SOI Lab Sample ID: 9203LB41-001

Sample wt/vol: 5.5 (g/.L) 2_ Lab ile ID: D3242476

Level: (low/med) Ji Date Received: 03/28/92

%Moistures not dec. 3 Date Analyzed: 04/03/92

Column: (pack/cap) EA Dilution Factor: 1.00

CONCENTRATION UNITS:

CAS NO. COMPOUND (uq/L or ug/Ig) DO/KG

71-43-2 ------ -enzene I 0.94 ID I

l 00-41-4------thylbenzene 0.94 ID

I108-88-3-----Toluene__________ 0.94 lD I

1330-20-7----Xylene (total) I 1.9 ID I

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LABORATORY: THA/ARLI

WHC-S-EN-TI-l 36 , Rev.

CASE: 04-016

CASE NARRATIVE

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CONTRACT ID: WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD COMPANY --

SDG RECEIPT DATE: APRIL 3, 1992

1.0 DESCRIPTION OF CASE:

Five soil samples were analyzed for Total Petroleum

Hydrocarbons and Purgeable Aromatics. Preliminary

results were provided by FAX within 10 days of VTSR.

This package represents the final results.

2.0 SAMPLE LIST:

WESTINGHOUSE ID LAB I ~ MATIZX MTO

B01GM4 A2-04-016-01 SOIL HC,THE,THP,BX

B01GM5 A2-04-016-02 SOIL HC,THE,THP.BX

BO1GM6 A2-04-016-03 SOIL HC,THE,THP,BX

B01GM8 A2-04-016-04 SOIL HC,THE,THP,BX

B01GM9 A2-04-016-05 SOIL HC,THE,THP,BX

Method Codes:HC - EPA 418.1, THE - EPA 8015 EXTRACTABLE,

THP = EPA 8015H1 PURGEABLE, BX - EPA 8020 BTEX

3.0 COMMENTS ON SAMPLE RECEIPT:

The samples were received intact and properly documented.

4.0 COMMENTS ON ANALYSIS:

4.1 EPA 418.1 - TOTAL PETROLEUM BY IR:

All samples were extracted and analyzed within

method holding time.

The large difference in the duplicate analysis was

attributed to sample irhomogeneity.

4.2 EPA 8015M - EXTRACTABLE HYDROCARBON:

All samples were extracted and analyzed within

method holding time.

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All QC results were acceptable. There were no

problems encountered during analysis. solvent peaks

were eliminated using electromic.subtroct ion. Both

the raw and subtracted chi'omatograms-have -"'beiif-"'n. ,

included in the package.

4.3 EPA 8015M - PURGEABLE HYDROCARBONS.

All samples were analyzed within method holding

time. ------. * -

All QC results were acceptable. There were no

problems encountered during analysis.

4.4 EPA 8020 - BTEX:

All samples were analyzed within method holding

time.

All QC results were acceptable. There were no

problems.

5.0 DATA PACKAGE COMMENTS:

The Format of the data deliverable was designed to

meet or exceed the requirements of the Westinghouse

Hanford Company Statement of Work. The intent of

the package design is to provide sufficient data for

"stand alone" validation. While the format of the

package is "CLP like" Thermo Analytical Inc. makes

no claim that this package duplicates in part or in

total an EPA CLP data package.

I certify that this data package is in compliance with

the terms and conditions of the contract, both

technically and for completeness, for other than the

conditions detailed above. Release of the data contained

in this hard copy data package has been authorized by

the Laboratory Manager or his designee, as verified by

the following signature."

Nicole Roth

nkDWels-

CLP Manager S clDrco

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SAMPLE 1D 1101611 SAMPLE 0 IL FRACTIONS: A-B.CI

IDate & Time Collected 031ZO192 Catego ry

418-js.. .0L

SAMPLE 10 BO1cu5 SAMPLE # YZ3 FRACTIONS: 3-E Ctgr

I ~Date A Time Collected 03130192-Cateor- -

SAMPLE ID UkOIGM6

SAMPLE # 21 FRACTIONS: I _

I Date & Time Collected 03130/92 CategoryI

SAMPLE ID 1101611 SAMPLE 9 fli FRACTIONS: A-0-C

Date A Time Collected 03130192 CategoryI

SAMPLE ID SOIGNS Dupticate SAMPLE 9 PAj FRACTIONS: a

IDate & Time CoLlected 03130192 Category

I415._1S........162

SAMPLE ID 1101411 Stank snike SAMPLE 8 l FRACTIONS:E

I' Date &Time Cotlected 03/30192 Category

% Recovery

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Received: 34163/92 Results by Sample

SANPLE 10 5816149 SANPLE 9 n~ FRACTIONS: .CI

I Dat* & Time Collected 03130192 Catespry

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Resuts by Sample

SAMPLE 10 5016N4 FRACTION 33 TEST CODE fljIflj NAME EXTRACTABLE FUELS *TPN

Date A Time Collected 03110192 -- Category

MODIFIED B015 - EXTRACTABLE FUEL NVDROCARIONS

Matrix: Si~al.....

Oate Analyzed: 04LR.091

Dilution factor: .00a.

Concentration Units: ...... La

Sample

Compound Result POL

Kerosene Range NO 5.0

CIO , C16 Jet Fuel. Range No 5.0

C9 - C22 Diesel, Range No 10.0

Hydraulic Range No 5.0

NO Not detected at the specifiled timits

form I

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Resutse by Smple

SAMPLEID 0 221c FRACTION U& TEST CODE 3E.1111. MNE Votatile Fuets-TPI

Date & Time Cottected 1110192

Category ______

MODIFIED 5015 -VOLATILE FUEL NVOROCAEBONS

Hatrix: Sol.L.....

Date Analzed: 0410922LZ

Dilution factor: ... 00..IJ

Concentration Units: .... MualLL

Sample

Compound Result POL

CS - C12 Baseline Range NO 2S.0

NO a Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0 000132

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Egeuta by Sample

SAMPLE 10 3016114 FRACTION MAj TEST CODE IT-l. NAME UTFX bY EPA 3020

Date & Time Collected 03110107

category ______

@TEX by EPA Method 5020

Date Analyzed: Uh.LUL.L....

Dilution factor: .00AQ....

Concentration Units: .....u.ELL..

CAI No. Compound Reault POL

71-4321 Benzene NO12.5

108-55-3 Teluene 22 2.5

100-41-4 9thylbenzene ND 2.5

1330-20-7 Kylenes (Total) No 2.5

I Recovery Surrogate Compound

I romoftIuorobenzene 95.....2

NO a Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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WHC-SO-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

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lesults by Sample

$AMPLE to 3011.5S FRACTION H& TEST CODE 901519 NAME V a-l -atite Fuets-TP11

Date & Tint Collected 03/30192

Category

MODIFIED 0015 -VOLATILE FUEL NYDROCARUONS

Matrix: soft........

Date AnalyZed: 04/09/92

Dilution factor: ... 00....L~l

Concenltrationl Units: ...yllca

Sample

Compound Result POL

CS- CIZ gasoline Raonge ND 25.0

ND a Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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Results by Sample

SAMPLE 10 §OIGM5 FRACTION 020 TEST CODE SOISNS NAME EXTRACTABLE FUELS - PN

Date A Time Collected 03130192

Category

MODIFIED B0IS - XTRACTABLE FUEL NYDROCARSONS

Matrix: Soil

Date Analyzed: 04109192

Dilution factor: .00.~A

Concentration Units: 091KO~

Sample

Compound Result POL

Kerosene Range ND 5.0

CIO - C16 Jet Fuel Range No 5.0

C9 C22 Diesel Range ND 10.0

Hydraulic Range 24.2 5.0

ND UNot detected at the specified Limits

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lecelved: 64/03/92 Results by Semple

SAMPLE 1D BIGNCS FRACTION 02A& TEST CODE IIU.... NME *TEX by EPA 1020

Date & Time Collected 03/30192 Category

VTEX by EPA Method 8020

Matrix: soft

Date Analyzed: 04/13/92

Dilution factor: .00..A2....

Concentration Units: ua~

Sample

CAS No. Compound Result PAL

71-43-2 Benzene ND 2.5

108-88-3 Toluene 17.2 2.S

100-41-4 Ethylbenzeno ND 2.5

1330-20-7 Xylenes (Total) No 2.5

% Recovery Surrogate Compound

Bromoftuorobenzene 74.....~

NO Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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SAMPLE 10 930 6 FRACTION UL3 TEST COOE SCISL NME EXTRACTABLE FUELS -TF1

Dat* A Time Collected 3130192 Category______

NOOIFIED BOIS - EXTRACTABLE FUEL NYDROCARBONS

Matrix: $il......

Dnto Analyzed: 041092.L

Dilution factor: .00j

Concentration Units: M/fj.2

samp I.

Compound Result POL

Keroen* Rang* NO 5.0

CIO -C16 Jet Fuel Range NO 5.0

C9 - CU2 Diesel Range No 10.0

Hydraulic Rang* 63.0 5.0

No a Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

D-169


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WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0 000136

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SAMPLE ID BOIGNKA FRACTION ilk TEST CODE IL.. NAME RI!! by EPA 5020

Date & Time Collected 6313019

category

UTEX by EPA Method 5020

matrix: SltL........

Date Analyzed: 04113192...

Dilution factor: .00LL..

Concentration Units: ......MlLL.

Sample

CA$ No. Compound Result POL

71-43-2 Benzene No 2.S

106-8-3 Toluene 14 2.5

100-41-4 Ithylbenzene ND 2.5

1330-20-7 Kylanes (Total) NDO.

% Recovery Surrogate Compound

*romofluorobenzene

82.....Z

ND a Not detected at the specified Limits

form I

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Received: @4/03/92 Results by Sample

SAMPLE 10 101CM6 FRACTION OL TEST CODE 80lI19 NAME Volatile Fuels-TPU

oate & Time Collected 0313019 Category______

MODIFIED $015S VOLATILE FUEL HYDROCARBONS

matrix: Soft......

Date AnaLYzed: 0410912LZ

Dilution factor: ... 00Q9

Concentration Units: ... ua/Keu

Sample

Compound Result POL

CS -C12 Gasoline Range ND 2S.0

No a Not detected at the specfied limits

Form I

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SAMPLE____10__________ FRACTION L TEST CODE 801111 NME EXTRACTABLE FUELS -TPE

Date & Time Collected 03130192 Category ______

MODIFIED 80153 EXTRACTABLE FUEL MYDROCARBONS

Matrix: Si.......

Date Analyzed: 04109/92

Dilution factor: ... 0......J

Concentration Units: **jg~j

Sample

Compound Result POL

- Kerosene Range ND 5.0

CIO - C16 Jet Fuel, Range 110 S.D

C9 - C22 Diesel Range NO 10.0

Nydraulic Range No 5.0

90 a Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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SAMPLE 1D EOIGN8_ FRACTION M~ TEST CODE BTIL.. NAME IE by EPA 5020

Date & Time Collected 0313019

Category

Ill! by EPA Method 6020

Matrix: So.lt........

Date Analyzed: 0l.13192..

Dilution factor: .00..2...

Concentration Units: .....U.LL...

sample

CA No. Compound Result POL

71-43-2 Benzene No 2.5

108883 Toluene 13 2.5

10041-4 Ethytbeniene No 2.5

1330-20-7 1Xylones CTotal)

% Recovery Surrogate Compound

BromofLuorobenzene .......Z

90 2.5

No a Not detected at the specified Limits

Form I

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SAMPLE ID BOISNS FRACTION MAh TEST CODE 8015mI NAME Voiatile Fuets-Tpg

Data.& Time Collected 03130/92 Category ______

MODIFIED 8015 -VOLATILE FUEL NYDROCARSONS

Matrix: SofLL......

Date Analyzed: 04/09/2

Dilution factor: .00j

Concentration Units: uajjj

Sample

Compound Result PQt.

CS -CIZ Gasoline Range ND 25.0

NO = Not deteted at the specified Limits

Fore I

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SAMPLE 10 12IGN9 FRACTION ULE TEST CODE 80151111 NAME EXTRACTABLE FUELS -TPI

Oat* S, Time Collected 03130/92 - Category______

MODIFIED 8015 -EXTRACTAILE FUEL NYOROCANIONS

matrix: oitn....

Oate Analyzed: 04109/92

Dilution factor: ... 00.

Concentration Units: soK

sample

Compound Result POL

Kerosene Range ND 5.0

CIO - C16 Jet Fuel Range MID 5.0

C9 -C22 Diesel Range ND 10.0

Nydraulic Range ND 5.0

NDo Not detected at the specified limits

Form I

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SAMPLE 10 11011011 FRACTION 2Uk TEST CODE 0141511 NME Volatile Fuels-TPN

Date A Time Collected 03/30192

Category

MODIFIED 8015 - VOLATILE FUEL HYDROCARBONS

Matrix: Soft......

Date Analyzed: 04/09/92

Dilution factor: .00.L~

concentration Units: ...M1Lo

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CS -C12 asoline Range No 25.0

MD a Not detected at the specified Limits

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602X ANALYTICAL DATA PACKAGE FOR

WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD

DATE RECEIVED: 04/03/92 RFW LOT 0 :9204L881

CLIENT ID RFW f MTX PREP 0 COLLECTION EXTR/PREP ANALYSIS

BO1GM7 001 S 9201VO17 03/30/92 N/A 04/09/92

BO1GM7 001 MS S 9201VO17 03/30/92 N/A 04/09/92

BOIG147 001 MSD S 9201IV017 03/30/92 N/A 04/09/92

LAB QC:

BLK MB1 S 92D1V017 N/A N/A 04/09/92

BLK M81 BS S 92D1V017 N/A N/A 04/09/92

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Lionville Laboratory i1i RECEIVED

Client: WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD

RFW I 9204L881 (PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS)

W.O. #: 6168-02-01-0000 Z6%

U -Indicates that the compound was analyzed for but not

detected. The detection limit for the sample (not the

method detection limit) is reported with U (e.g., l0u).

J Indicates an estimated value. This flag is used in cases

where a target analyte is detected at a level less than

the lower quantification level. If the limit of

quantification is l~mg/L and a concentration of 3mg/L is

calculated, it is reported as 3J.

NA =Not Applicable. NRl = Not Required.

NC -Not calculable, results below detection limit.

The method used for the analysis of petroleum hydrocarbons is EPA

Method 418.1 (USEPA 600/4-79-020). Solid samples are extracted

using Method 9071 (USEPA SW846) then analyzed by EPA Method 418.1.

The following is a summary of the QC results accompanying these

sample results and a description of any problems encountered during

their analysis:

* Blank was free of contamination.

" Blank spike recovery was inside laboratory control

limits.

" Matrix spike recoveries were within laboratory control

limits.

Samples Received :04/03/92

Date of Extraction: 04/06/92

Date of Analysis :04/09/92

2x)2DJ

pi(. ihel Taylor -D-ae

"~Project Director

Lionville Analytical Laboratory

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Roy F. Weston, Inc. - Lionville Laboratory

PHC ANALYTICAL DATA PACKAGE FOR

WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD

DATE RECEIVED: 04/03/92 RFW LOT f :9204LB81

CLIENT ID RFW f MTX PREP f COLLECTION EXTR/PREP ANALYSIS-

BO1GM7 001 S 92D0HC080 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/09/92

BO1GM7 001 MS S 92DHC080 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/09/92

BO1GM7 001 MSD S 92DHCO80 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/09/92

LAB QC:

MB1 S 92DHCO80 N/A 04/06/92 04/09/92

MB1 BS S 92DHC080 N/A 04/06/92 04/09/92

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OCSC ANALYTICAL DATA PACKAGE FOR

WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD

DATE RECEIVED 04/03/92 RrW LOT # :9204LOSI

CLIENT ID RPM # 1(TX PREP # COLLECTION EXTR/PREP ANALYSIS

30101(7 001 5 921.30528 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/11/92

80101(7 001 KS 8 92L.30528 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/11/92

30101(7 001 MSD S 92L.30528 03/30/92 04/06/92 04/11/92

LAB QC:

BLX 1(31 8 921.30528 N/A 04/06/92 04/11/92

ELK 1(31 BS S 92LE0528 N/A 04/06/92 04/11/92

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Sample Date December 18, 1990

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MARTIN MARIETTA ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC.

Ms. Joan Kessner-

Westinghouse Hanford Company

Office of Sample Management

2344 Stevens Drive

Richland, Washington 99352

Dear Ms. Kessner:

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136,.Rev. 0

T//

POST OFFICE BOX 2003

OAK RIMGE TENNESSEE 37831 .740

March 7, 1991

Analytical Results Package on Project 90-027: Underground Storage Tanks Sample

Analysis

Attache d are'the results on the underground storage Tanks samples, Project

90-027,' received into the Analytical Chemistry Department (AmD) laboratories

on December 20, 1990. Also attached are the Chain of Custody records for the

samples, a list detailing the protocol utilized in performing these analyses

(in accordance with agreements between the 0514 and K-25 ACD) and sample

identification information.

The results are reported on ACD's AnaLis report format per letter dated December

20, 1990. All data quality objectives were satisified on this project.

The lead analysis on sample 27-102145, a matrix sample, is incomplete at this

time. However, in order that the data deliverables package on the project not

be delayed any longer, the remainder of the package is being released.

Resolution of this analysis is pending.

Lead

All the required quality control criteria was applied to the samples in the

SDG. For this analysis all instrumnt calibrations (SPCC and CCC) were

within acceptance criteria. The internal matrix spike percent recoveries for

the TCLP analysis were within acceptance limits. Interference check samples

results were within acceptable limits. Replicate analyses were conducted on

samples in the SDG and all relative percent deviations were within acceptance

limits. All internal controls and check standards run during these analyses

were within the acceptance limits. At present the ACD cannot report the lead

blank results through the AnaLis database, however it is required according to

ACD QA/WC policy that no analysis result be reported for any element which is

found in the prep blank above the data reporting limits. The raw data within

the GA~ batch (SDG) for any particular analysis contains the prep blank data

and is available upon request.

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Ms. Joan Kessner 2 March 7, 1991

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0 -- 2

Semi-Volatiles: BNA

The samples were not extracted within the prescribed holding time, missing the

seven (7) day holding time for extraction by seven (7) days. Once extracted, the

samples were analyzed within the prescribed holding time. All surrogate

standards criteria were within percent recovery acceptance limits. All DFI'PP

tune criteria were within acceptance criteria. All "CCC" and "SPCC" components

met acceptance criteria for both the initial and continuing calibration check

samples. All internal standard areas were within acceptance criteria. All

matrix spikes and matrix spike duplicates were within the acceptance

requirements.

All the samples were analyzed within the prescribed holding times. All surrogate

standards criteria were within percent recovery acceptance limits. All Bra tune

criteria were within acceptance criteria. All CCC and SPCC components net

acceptance criteria for both the initial and continuing calibration check

sample. All internal standard areas were within acceptance criteria. All

matrix spikes and matrix spike duplicates were within the acceptance

requirements.

I certify that this data package is in compliance with the terms and conditions

of the OSM' s revised Statement of work and letter dated December 20, 1990, both

technically and for completeness, for other than the conditions detailed above.

Release of the data contained in this hardcopy data package has been authorized

by the Laboratory Manager or his designee, as verified by the following

signature.

. Morrow

Department manager

Analytical Chemistry Department (K-25)

Attachments

cc/attach: D.*L .Auiburgey

S.R.smith - RC

cc: N.P.Buddin

S .W.Goza

H.H. Sullivan

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Sincerely,

Deborah L. Amburgey

Program manager

Hanford Support Program

Clarence R. Kirkpatrick

Program Manager

Waste Management Analysis


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Analytical Chemistry Department-5

Results of Analyses

sauls 10: "0122"-51. pro ject: 01.32 027S customer Seeple ID: 27-1.02

Cutomer: KSinSU M Requisition Nmber:

oate Sampled: 16S-0C=21990 Date Ss~2. Received: 20-DEC-1990

samp.ed By: Date Sseple completed: 27-JAII-1992.

material Descrition: SOIL (3 Result has been Corrected for Spike

Date

Ac0%v

mnber Proceduare go. Analysis Result Daits AnalystPiem r Colte

1.02003 ZPA-3050 lad


WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

AAL1SZ Mh! BUM0 wage I of 2

AaLIS 10: 9"1226-051 customer Sample ID: 27-IO1

- lboratory:- Orqanlc Msu* Spectroscopy Laboratory Cutomer: MR8U33/00OI

File ID: lO2 0"sample

MttlE: SOIL

mastrment, ID: )5970-3 aquisition Nmber:

jutborized by: D. C. Canada Date Sample Received: 20-000-1990

ma- Base4Sauttal/Acid Compounds ITCL)

vete utracted/ftepared:

preparation Procedure Numer:

Percent moisture:

Perenut Ygoisture (decanted):

Associated Blank:

3-%jM-1991

ZFA-3530

0.0

910103-263

Dat* Aalysed: 14-JAM-1991

Analysis Proceeksre Nmer: SM (v.P) WIP

Dilution Factor: 1.0

Analyst: C HOWM

OP. File Nmbers Ma

B3: asalt haa been Corrected for Spike

10"S9-2 Nuentol 9900 106-47-4 4-Chloroanhline 9900

111"4-4 bi ( 2-Chlorioethyl ather 9900 87-46-3 nexachlorobutadielle 9900

95-57-8 2-Wuorogbaol 990 59-0-W7 4-duL~eo3-etbl,haflI 9900

541-73-1 1, 3-Dichlorobenaene11 9900 91-57-6 Z-Mthylnaphtbalefl 9900

106-46-7 1, 4-Dichloc~oSansaw 9900 77-47-4 nexaclorocyclopefltadiele 9900

100-51-6 Benmayl Alcohol 9900 86406-2 2,4 ,6-Trichlorophfol 9900

95-50-1 1 .3-Oithlorobeass%* 9900 95-95-4 2,4,5-Tricblorophensol 46000

99-48-7 2-Hathylhansol 9900 91-59-7 2-Chloronaghtbalele 9900

10"-0-1 bia( 2-


MauIs ID: 901226-051

WHC-SD-EN-TI-136, Rev. 0

LIUSIS 0M

Castowse ample ID: 27-101

k-Laboratory: organic name SpeacrescoW LaboratouyCutmr2KSxVM0

File rot )40929

sample Hatriz: SOIL

restmmnto: )5970-3

aqmisitiofl Nmber,

Autborised BY': 0. C. Canada, Data sample Rleceived: 20-014-1990

on- Baso/weutral/3iid Compounds (1CLI

Date zltracte4/??epaod: 3-3)3-1991

fteparation Procedure 3umect SP3-3S50

Percent misture: 0.0

Percent misture (detestedl:

MAsciated Uak: 910103-263

tI : lesult bh been Corrected for Spike

Date mlymed:

Analysis Procodave Nmber:

Dilution Factor:

Analyst:

Gh File Unmber:

14-3AN-1991

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460011

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99011

99011

101-5S-3 4-SrosopbolU5Pl-Pholllethet 9901

116-74-1 RexchLoobeeae 99011

67-44-5 Pentacblorophemol 4600W

65-- Pbonanthrmne 9901

120-12-7 Pothacfl 990M

84-74-2 Di-ft-butylphthalate 340 33

206-44-0 rFlouotbooe 9901

129-00-0 Pyrese 9901

8"-4-7 BuLTybefsyljihtalate

9901

91-94-1 3 .3'-Dicleobidile 20001

56-55.-3 Seso e~stkecene 99011

117-61-7 bis(I2Ifthylhe"yl)3thalato 1SO i3

21"-1-9 cigysmae

99011

117-44-0 Di-e-ectylphthalete 9901

20"-9-2 UenMo~b)flu0otntefl

99011

207-06- sne(kWflubntbees 99011

50-32-6 gen0oa)p3Tee 99011

195-3"- Indene( 1,2,3-cd)Wrea

99011

Date Reportinh Qualifiers:

11 - Compotmod was analysed for but not detected. ?be min~or is the attainable detection limit for the Sample.

* - Amalyte mee founod in the reagent blank as well "e the sample.

j - Indicates en estimaoted valuet.

NO - loot detected.

A - Aldol, condensation product.

O - Secondary dilution.

E - zxgeeds initial calibration range.

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Analyical Chemistry D"pgU~

af (TCL) ROIL O3OANIS A.LISS DA-A5if

AS&TLtS ID% -12 5 Customer Sampi. IV: 27-101

Laboratory: organic mass spectroscopy Laboratory,

Somple Matriz: SOIL

Level - (1.w/sid) -LOW

Dilution Factor: 1.0

misture: net dec. 0.0 dec. -Date

xxtgactiefs (S.,/co-t/m@ SoKE

customer: USMOA

rile IV: )10929

Cato Received: 20-DS-1990

Date Analysed: 14-JAII-1991

gntracted: 3-3315-1991

ps: -

gmber Tics found: 4

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I3. lWWUMMO 12.36 1 M813 I

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