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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

HIPPS ROAD LANDFILL
JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA


APPENDICES

A. Figures

Figure 1. Location of Duval County Florida
Figure 1. Location of Duval County Florida

Figure 2. Site Location in Jacksonville, Florida
Figure 2. Site Location in Jacksonville, Florida

Figure 3. Site Location and Surrounding Topography
Figure 3. Site Location and Surrounding Topography

Figure 4. Site Location and Street Names
Figure 4. Site Location and Street Names

Figure 5. Groundwater Treatment System
Figure 5. Groundwater Treatment System

Figure 6. Geology of the Area Under and Around the Site
Figure 6. Geology of the Area Under and Around the Site

Figure 7. On-site Boundaries
Figure 7. On-site Boundaries

Figure 8. On-site Subsurface Soil Sample Locations
Figure 8. On-site Subsurface Soil Sample Locations

Figure 9. On-site Sediment Sample Locations
Figure 9. On-site Sediment Sample Locations

Figure 10. On-site Surface Water Sample Locations
Figure 10. On-site Surface Water Sample Locations

Figure 11. On-site Groundwater Sample Locations
Figure 11. On-site Groundwater Sample Locations

Figure 12. Affected Area Off-site
Figure 12. Affected Area Off-site

Figure 13. Off-site Sediment Sample Locations
Figure 13. Off-site Sediment Sample Locations

Figure 14. Off-site Surface Water Sample Locations
Figure 14. Off-site Surface Water Sample Locations

Figure 15. Off-site Groundwater Sample Locations
Figure 15. Off-site Groundwater Sample Locations

Figure 16. On-site Air Sample Locations
Figure 16. On-site Air Sample Locations




B. Tables

Table 1. Detected Contaminants

Contaminant Name
Acetone
Aluminum
Aminohexanoic Acid
Ammomium
Antimony
Arsenic
Barium
Benzene
Benzeneacetic Acid
Benzenebutanoic Acid
Benzenepropionic Acid
Benzoic Acid
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzothiazolone
Benzylbutylphthalate
Benzyl Alcohol
Beryllium
Biphenol
Bromochloromethane
Bromodichloromethane
n-Butylbenzene
C2 Alkylbenzene Butanoic Acid
C2 Alkylphenol
C2 Alkylstyrene
C3 Alkylbenzene
C3 Alkylbenzene Sulfonamide
C3 Alkylcyclohexane Methanol
C3 Alkylphenol
C4 Alkylbenzene
C4 Alkylcyclohexanol
C5 Alkylbenzamide
C5 Alkylbenzene
C5 Alkylbenzene Sulfonamide
C6 Alkylphenol
Cadmium
Calcium
Carbon (organic, total)
Carbon Disulfide
Chlorobenzene
Chlorodibromomethane
Chloroethanol Phosphate
Chloroform
1,2-Chlorotoluene
Chromium(VI)
Cobalt
Copper
Cresol
Cyanide
Cyclohexanone
2-Cyclohexene
p-Cymene
DDT
Di-n-Butylphthalate
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichloroethene (total)
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
1,2-Dichloropropane
Diethylene Glycol Diethyl Ether
Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
Diethyltoluamide
Dihydroindenone
Dihydromethylindole
2,4-Dimethylphenol
Di-n-octylphthalate
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
Endrin Ketone
Ethylbenzene
Ethyl Ether
Ethylhexanoic Acid
Ethylmethylbenzene Sulfonamide
Fluoranthene
Fluoride


Table 1. Detected Contaminants, continued

Contaminant Name
Hexachloroethane
Hexadecanoic Acid
Hydrocarbons
Iron
Lead
Magnesium
Manganese
Mercury
Methoxychlor
Methylbenzene Sulfonamide
Methylene Chloride
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
Methyl Indole
Methyl Naphthalene (total)
2-Methyl Naphthalene
Methylnonanediol
Methylpentanediol
4-Methyl-2-Pentanone
2-Methylphenol
4-Methylphenol
Methyl Styrene
MTBE
Naphthalene
Nickel
Nitrate
Nitrite
n-Nitrosodiphenylamine
Oxy-bis-Ethoxythane
PCBs (total)
Pentaoxapentadecane
Pentobarbital
Phenol
Phenylethylphenol
Potassium
Propanol
Propyl Benzene
Selenium
Silver
Sodium
Sulfate
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethene
Tetrahydrofuran
Tin
Toluene
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Tri(chloroethanol)phosphate
Trichloroethene
Triethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether
Trimethylbenzene (total)
Trimethylbicycloheptanone
Vanadium
Vinyl Chloride
Xylene (total)
Zinc


Table 2. Contaminants Below Comparison Values in All Media
in Which They Were Detected

Contaminant Name
Acetone
Antimony
Benzoic Acid
Bromochloromethane
Carbon Disulfide
Chloromethane
1,2-Chlorotoluene
Cyclohexanone
Di-n-Butylphthalate
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,2-Dichloroethene (total)
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
2,4-Dimethylphenol
Ethyl Ether
Ethylbenzene
Fluoranthene
Methoxychlor
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
2-Methylphenol
Phenol
Silver
Toluene
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Vanadium
Xylene (total)
Zinc


Table 3. Contaminants Without Comparison Values
in the Media in Which They Are Detected

Contaminant Name
Aminohexanoic Acid
Ammomium
Benzeneacetic Acid
Benzenebutanoic Acid
Benzenepropionic Acid
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzothiazolone
Benzylbutylphthalate
Benzyl Alcohol
Biphenol
n-Butylbenzene
C2 Alkylbenzene Butanoic Acid
C2 Alkylphenol
C2 Alkylstyrene
C3 Alkylbenzene
C3 Alkylbenzene Sulfonamide
C3 Alkylcyclohexane Methanol
C3 Alkylphenol
C4 Alkylbenzene
C4 Alkylcyclohexanol
C5 Alkylbenzamide
C5 Alkylbenzene
C5 Alkylbenzene Sulfonamide
C6 Alkylphenol
Calcium
Carbon (organic, total)
Chloroethanol Phosphate
2-Cyclohexene
p-Cymene
Diethylene Glycol Diethyl Ether
Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether
Diethyltoluamide
Dihydroindenone
Dihydromethylindole
Di-n-octylphthalate
Endrin Ketone
Ethylhexanoic Acid
Ethylmethylbenzene Sulfonamide
Hexadecanoic Acid
Hydrocarbons
Magnesium
Methylbenzene Sulfonamide
Methyl Indole
Methyl Naphthalene (total)
2-Methyl Naphthalene
Methylnonanediol
Methylpentanediol
4-Methyl-2-Pentanone
4-Methylphenol
Methyl Styrene
MTBE
Oxy-bis-Ethoxythane
Pentaoxapentadecane
Pentobarbital
Phenylethylphenol
Potassium
Propanol
Propyl Benzene
Tetrahydrofuran
Tri(chloroethanol)phosphate
Triethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether
Trimethylbenzene (total)
Trimethylbicycloheptanone




Table 4.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Subsurface Soil
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(mg/kg)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
Arsenic 2.84/203/20NA0.4CREG
Barium ND0/3--------
Benzene 0.0053/100/10NA20CREG
BerylliumND0/3--------
Bromodichloro-methaneNANA--------
Cadmium 1.21/151/15NA1EMEG
Chlorobenzene0.113/100/10NA40RMEG
Chlorodibromo-methaneND0/3--------
Chloroform ND0/3--------
Chromium(VI) 4.96/18--NANoneCarcinogen
CobaltND0/3--------
CresolND0/3--------
Cyanide2.23/70/7NA40RMEG
DDTND0/3--------
1,4-Dichlorobenzene0.141/10--NANoneCarcinogen
1,1-DichloroethaneND0/3--------
1,2-DichloroethaneND0/3--------
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/3--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
3303/101/10NA40RMEG




Table 4.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Subsurface Soil, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(mg/kg)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-hydrazine1.03/31/3NA0.9CREG
HexachloroethaneND0/3--------
Lead188/20--NANoneCarcinogen
Manganese9.35/100/10NA10RMEG
Mercury0.13/200/20NA4EMEG
MethyleneChloride0.844/150/15NA90CREG
Naphthalene0.452/10--NANoneNone
Nickel142/20--NANoneCarcinogen
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-amineND0/3--------
PCBs (total)ND0/3--------
SeleniumND0/3--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/3--------
TetrachloroetheneND0/3--------
Tin401/3--NANoneNone
TrichloroetheneND0/3--------
Vinyl ChlorideND0/3--------

mg/kg - milligrams per kilogram
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: EPA 1985c, 1986d.



Table 5.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Sediment
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(mg/kg)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
Arsenic 2.11/41/4NA0.4CREG
Barium ND0/4--------
Benzene ND0/1--------
BerylliumND0/2--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/1--------
Cadmium ND0/2--------
ChlorobenzeneND0/1--------
Chlorodibromo-methaneND0/1--------
ChloroformND0/1--------
Chromium(VI)1.42/4--NANoneCarcinogen
Cobalt401/2--NANoneNone
Cresol3201/4--NANoneNone
Cyanide1.41/40/4NA40RMEG
DDTND0/2--------
1,4-DichlorobenzeneND0/2--------
1,1-DichloroethaneND0/1--------
1,2-DichloroethaneND0/1--------
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/1--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
ND0/2--------




Table 5.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Sediment, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(mg/kg)
Total#
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
0.42/20/2NA0.9CREG
HexachloroethaneND0/2--------
Lead5.83/4--NANoneCarcinogen
Manganese1.92/40/4NA10RMEG
Mercury0.282/40/4NA4EMEG
MethyleneChlorideND0/1--------
NaphthaleneND0/2--------
NickelND0/2--------
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
ND0/2--------
PCBs (total)0.021/31/3NA0.01EMEG
SeleniumND0/2--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/1--------
TetrachloroetheneND0/1--------
TinND0/2--------
TrichloroetheneND0/3--------
Vinyl ChlorideND0/1--------

mg/kg - milligrams per kilogram
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: BESD 1983a; EPA 1985c, 1986d.



Table 6.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Surface Water
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic ND0/2--------
Barium ND0/4--------
Benzene ND0/2--------
BerylliumND0/2--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/2--------
Cadmium ND0/2--------
ChlorobenzeneND0/2--------
Chlorodibromo-
methane
ND0/2--------
Chloroform ND0/2--------
Chromium(VI) ND0/4--------
CobaltND0/4--------
CresolND0/2--------
CyanideND0/4--------
DDT0.131/41/4NA0.1CREG
1,4-DichlorobenzeneND0/2--------
1,1-DichloroethaneND0/2--------
1,2-DichloroethaneND0/2--------
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/2--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
ND0/2--------




Table 6.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Surface Water, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
ND0/2--------
HexachloroethaneND0/2--------
LeadND0/4--------
Manganese412/40/4NA50RMEG
Mercury0.331/20/2NA2LTHA
MethyleneChlorideND0/2--------
NaphthaleneND0/2--------
NickelND0/2--------
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
ND0/2--------
PCBs (total)ND0/3--------
SeleniumND0/2--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/2--------
TetrachloroetheneND0/2--------
Tin392/2--NANoneNone
TrichloroetheneND0/2--------
Vinyl ChlorideND0/2--------

g/l - micrograms per liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: BESD 1983a; EPA 1985c, 1986d.



Table 7.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Boreholes and Monitor Wells
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic 2207/317/31ND0.02CREG
Barium 3,9006/92/9ND700RMEG
Benzene 40814/4513/45ND1CREG
Beryllium192/272/27NA0.008CREG
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/10--------
Cadmium 14009/33--NDNoneCarcinogen
Chlorobenzene29716/422/42ND200RMEG
Chlorodibromo-
methane
ND0/10--------
Chloroform TR1/18u/18ND6CREG
Chromium(VI) 1,10013/33--NDNoneCarcinogen
Cobalt422/9--NANoneNone
Cresol5.72/11--NANoneNone
Cyanide3101/121/12NA200RMEG
DDTND0/13--------
1,4-Dichlorobenzene39.34/24--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,1-Dichloroethane24.91/14--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,2-Dichloroethane62/141/14ND0.4CREG
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/10--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
962/262/26ND3CREG




Table 7.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Boreholes and Monitor Wells, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
ND0/7--------
HexachloroethaneND0/5--------
Lead5,30015/39--ND-5.4NoneCarcinogen
Manganese1,40010/247/245-5850RMEG
Mercury186/232/23ND2LTHA
MethyleneChloride4.81/380/38ND5CREG
Naphthalene163/150/15ND20LTHA
Nickel 37011/32--NDNoneCarcinogen
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
173/93/9ND7CREG
PCBs (total)743/193/19ND0.005CREG
Selenium271/161/16ND20EMEG
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/12--------
TetrachloroetheneND0/29--------
TinND0/1--------
TrichloroetheneND0/26--------
Vinyl Chloride321/261/26ND0.2EMEG
g/l - micrograms per liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected
TR - trace amount
u - unknown (see text for an explanation)

Data Sources: Disposal Safety 1990; EPA 1985a, 1986d; Golder Associates 1990.



Table 8.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Private Wells
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic 1.92/62/6ND0.02CREG
Barium 596/90/9ND700RMEG
Benzene ND0/12--------
BerylliumND0/6--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/14--------
Cadmium 211/9--NDNoneCarcinogen
ChlorobenzeneND0/20--------
Chlorodibromo-methaneND0/12--------
Chloroform 0.54/150/15ND6CREG
Chromium(VI) ND0/6--------
CobaltNANA--------
CresolNANA--------
CyanideNANA--------
DDTNANA--------
1,4-DichlorobenzeneND0/5--------
1,1-DichloroethaneND0/12--------
1,2-DichloroethaneND0/15--------
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/10--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
ND0/3--------




Table 8.

Maximum Concentrations in On-site Private Wells, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
NANA--------
HexachloroethaneNANA--------
Lead6903/9--ND-5.4NoneCarcinogen
Manganese348/90/95-5850RMEG
Mercury1.131/60/6ND2LTHA
MethyleneChloride5,7001/151/15ND5CREG
NaphthaleneNANA--------
Nickel 172/9--NDNoneCarcinogen
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-amineNANA--------
PCBs (total)NANA--------
SeleniumND0/6--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/12--------
TetrachloroetheneND0/12--------
Tin161/3--NANoneNone
TrichloroetheneND0/12--------
Vinyl ChlorideND0/12--------

g/l - micrograms per liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: CompuChem 1988; Disposal Safety 1990; EPA 1986d; FHRS 1981b, 1983c.



Table 9.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Sediment
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(mg/kg)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
Arsenic ND0/4--------
Barium 1.01/40/4NA100RMEG
Benzene NANA--------
BerylliumNANA--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
NANA--------
Cadmium NANA--------
ChlorobenzeneNANA--------
Chlorodibromo-
methane
NANA--------
Chloroform NANA--------
Chromium(VI) 2.91/4--NANoneCarcinogen
CobaltNANA--------
Cresol3101/3--NANoneNone
CyanideND0/4--------
DDTNANA--------
1,4-DichlorobenzeneNANA--------
1,1-DichloroethaneNANA--------
1,2-DichloroethaneNANA--------
1,2-DichloropropaneNANA--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
NANA--------




Table 9.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Sediment, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(mg/kg)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(mg/kg)
Comparison
Value
(mg/kg)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
NANA--------
HexachloroethaneNANA--------
Lead1201/4--NANoneCarcinogen
ManganeseND0/4--------
MercuryND0/4--------
MethyleneChlorideNANA--------
NaphthaleneNANA--------
NickelNANA--------
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-amineNANA--------
PCBs (total)0.021/11/1NA0.01EMEG
SeleniumNANA--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
NANA--------
TetrachloroetheneNANA--------
TinNANA--------
TrichloroetheneND0/4--------
Vinyl ChlorideNANA--------

mg/kg - milligrams per kilogram
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: BESD 1983a; EPA 1986d.



Table 10.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Surface Water
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic NANA--------
Barium ND0/4--------
Benzene NANA--------
BerylliumNANA--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
NANA--------
Cadmium NANA--------
ChlorobenzeneNANA--------
Chlorodibromo-
methane
NANA--------
Chloroform NANA--------
Chromium(VI) 172/4--NANoneCarcinogen
Cobalt4.31/4--NANoneNone
CresolNANA--------
CyanideND0/4--------
DDTND0/4--------
1,4-DichlorobenzeneNANA--------
1,1-DichloroethaneNANA--------
1,2-DichloroethaneNANA--------
1,2-DichloropropaneNANA--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
NANA--------




Table 10.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Surface Water, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
NANA--------
HexachloroethaneNANA--------
Lead311/4--NANoneCarcinogen
Manganese404/40/4NA50RMEG
MercuryNANA--------
MethyleneChlorideNANA--------
NaphthaleneNANA--------
NickelNANA--------
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
NANA--------
PCBs (total)0.31/11/1NA0.005CREG
SeleniumNANA--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
NANA--------
TetrachloroetheneNANA--------
TinND0/11--------
TrichloroetheneNANA--------
Vinyl ChlorideNANA--------

g/l - micrograms/liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: BESD 1983a; EPA 1986d.



Table 11.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Monitor Wells
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic 305/645/64ND0.02CREG
Barium 11014/200/20ND700RMEG
Benzene 8.4226/20024/200ND1CREG
Beryllium251/351/35NA0.008CREG
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/60--------
Cadmium 109/852/85ND7EMEG
Chlorobenzene2330/2050/205ND200RMEG
Chlorodibromo-
methane
1.51/721/72ND0.4CREG
Chloroform 139/1024/102ND6CREG
Chromium(VI) 7444/84--NDNoneCarcinogen
Cobalt31/15--NANoneNone
Cresol463/18--NANoneNone
CyanideND0/24--------
DDTND0/37--------
1,4-Dichlorobenzene48.519/165--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,1-Dichloroethane436/99--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,2-Dichloroethane335/994/99ND0.4CREG
1,2-DichloropropaneND0/60--------
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
798/1238/123ND3CREG




Table 11.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Monitor Wells, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
ND0/26--------
HexachloroethaneND0/32--------
Lead6848/107--ND-5.4NoneCarcinogen
Manganese23023/609/605-5850RMEG
Mercury0.277/560/56ND2LTHA
MethyleneChloride106.62/1972/197ND5CREG
Naphthalene3016/695/69ND20LTHA
Nickel 7432/87--NDNoneCarcinogen
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
141/481/48ND7CREG
PCBs (total)ND0/40--------
Selenium151/370/37ND20EMEG
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
36.84/782/78ND0.2CREG
Tetrachloroethene35/1962/196ND0.7CREG
TinND0/2--------
Trichloroethene116/1953/195ND3CREG
Vinyl Chloride7319/19519/195ND0.2EMEG

g/l - micrograms per liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: Disposal Safety 1990; EPA 1985a, 1986d; FDER 1983c; Golder Associates 1990, 1992, 1993a.



Table 12.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Private Wells
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Detected
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
Arsenic ND0/50--------
Barium 353/640/65ND700RMEG
Benzene 213/1263/126ND1CREG
BerylliumND0/4--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
5.22/1371/137ND0.6CREG
Cadmium ND0/70--------
ChlorobenzeneND0/184--------
Chlorodibromo-methane1.72/1182/118ND0.4CREG
Chloroform 123/1232/123ND6CREG
Chromium(VI) ND0/58--------
CobaltNA----------
Cresol142/12--NANoneNone
CyanideND0/2--------
DDTND0/4--------
1,4-Dichlorobenzene52/80--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,1-Dichloroethane520/114--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,2-Dichloroethane5.23/1211/121ND0.4CREG
1,2-Dichloropropane< 52/99--NDNoneCarcinogen
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
8.32/512/51ND3CREG




Table 12.

Maximum Concentrations in Off-site Private Wells, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
(g/l)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/l)
Comparison
Value
(g/l)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
ND0/35----__--
Hexachloroethane61/371/37ND3CREG
Lead468/73--ND-5.4NoneCarcinogen
Manganese14065/706/705-5850RMEG
Mercury0.271/590/59ND2LTHA
MethyleneChloride815/1353/135ND5CREG
NaphthaleneND0/37--------
Nickel 268/32--NDNoneCarcinogen
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
ND0/37--------
PCBs (total)ND0/37--------
SeleniumND0/59--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/112--------
Tetrachloroethene11/1201/120ND0.7CREG
TinND0/13--------
Trichloroethene57/1231/123ND3CREG
Vinyl Chloride327/12222/122ND0.2EMEG

g/l - micrograms per liter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Sources: Disposal Safety 1990; EPA 1985c, 1986d; FHRS 1981b, 1983c, 1984, 1990,1991, 1992, 1993d.



Table 13.

Maximum Concentrations Predicted in Off-site Air
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Predicted (g/m3)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Samples
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Samples
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/m3)
Comparison
Value
(g/m3)Source
Arsenic NANA--------
Barium NANA--------
Benzene 0.0720/3120/31ND0.1CREG
BerylliumNANA--------
Bromodichloro-
methane
ND0/31--------
Cadmium NANA--------
Chlorobenzene0.120/31--NDNoneNone
Chlorodibromo-
methane
ND0/31--------
Chloroform ND0/31--------
Chromium(VI) NANA--------
CobaltNANA--------
CresolNANA--------
CyanideNANA--------
DDTNANA--------
1,4-DichlorobenzeneNANA--NA----
1,1-Dichloroethane0.04418/31--NDNoneCarcinogen
1,2-Dichloroethane0.053/313/31ND0.04CREG
1,2-Dichloropropane0.0051/31--NDNoneNone
Di(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate
NANA--------




Table 13.

Maximum Concentrations Predicted in Off-site Air, continued
Contaminants
of
Concern
Maximum
Concentration
Predicted (g/m3)
Total #
Detected/
Total #
Sampled
Total #
Exceeding
Comparison
Value/
Total #
Sampled
Back-
ground
Concen-
tration
Range
(g/m3)
Comparison
Value
(g/m3)Source
1,2-Diphenyl-
hydrazine
NANA--------
HexachloroethaneNANA--------
LeadNANA--------
ManganeseNANA--------
MercuryNANA--------
MethyleneChloride0.1526/3122/31ND-1.82CREG
NaphthaleneNANA--------
Nickel NANA--------
n-Nitrosodiphenyl-
amine
NANA--------
PCBs (total)NANA--------
SeleniumNANA--------
1,1,2,2-Tetra-
chloroethane
ND0/31--------
Tetrachloroethene0.0072/312/31ND2CREG
TinNANA--------
Trichloroethene0.0212/3112/31ND0.6CREG
Vinyl Chloride0.1620/31--NDNoneCarcinogen

g/m3 - micrograms per cubic meter
NA - not analyzed
ND - not detected

Data Source: Golder Associates 1993a.

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