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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

HIPPS ROAD LANDFILL
JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA
CERCLIS NO. FLD980709802

May 23, 1995

Prepared by

The Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
Under Cooperative Agreement With the
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry


TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUMMARY

BACKGROUND

    A. Site Description and History
    B. Site Visits
    C. Demographics, Land Use, and Natural Resource Use
      Demographics
      Land Use
      Natural Resource Use
    D. Health Outcome Data

COMMUNITY HEALTH CONCERNS

      Circulatory System Complaints
      Digestive System Complaints
      Endocrine System Complaints
      Excretory System Complaints
      Hypersensitivity Complaints
      Immune System Complaints
      Learning Disabilities
      Mental Health Complaints
      Nervous System Complaints
      Reproductive System Complaints
      Respiratory System Complaints
      Skeletal/Muscular and Other Connective Tissue Complaints
      Skin Complaints
      Visual Complaints
      Nonspecific Illness and Unexplained Death Complaints
      Health of Pets
      Other (Nonhealth) Concerns

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND OTHER HAZARDS

    A. On-site Contamination
      On-site Surface Soil (0-3 inches deep)
      On-site Subsurface Soil (deeper than 3 inches)
      On-site Sediment
      On-site Surface Water
      On-site Shallow Groundwater - Boreholes and Monitor Wells
      On-site Shallow Groundwater - Private Wells
      On-site Air
      On-site Biota
    B. Off-site Contamination
      Off-site Surface Soil (0-3 inches deep)
      Off-site Subsurface Soil (deeper than 3 inches)
      Off-site Sediment
      Off-site Surface Water
      Off-site Shallow Groundwater - Monitor Wells
      Off-site Shallow Groundwater - Private Wells
      Off-site Air
      Off-site Biota
    C. Quality Assurance and Quality Control
    D. Physical and Other Hazards

PATHWAYS ANALYSES

    A. Completed Exposure Pathways
      Subsurface Soil Pathway
      Sediment Pathway
      Surface Water Pathway
      Shallow Groundwater Pathway
      Air (Tower Effluent) Pathway
    B. Potential Exposure Pathways
      Surface Soil Pathway
      Surface Water Pathway
      Air (Odor) Pathway
      Biota Pathway
    C. Eliminated Pathways

PUBLIC HEALTH IMPLICATIONS

    A. Toxicological Evaluation
      Introduction
      Contaminants with Drinking Water Standards
      Minimal Risk Contaminants
        Beryllium
        Chlorobenzene
        Chlorodibromomethane
        Chloroform
        Cobalt
        Cyanide
        DDT
        1,4-Dichlorobenzene
        1,2-Dichloropropane
        1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
        Mercury
        Naphthalene
        Nickel
        Selenium
        Tin
      Possible Risk Contaminants
        Arsenic
        Barium
        Benzene
        Bromodichloromethane
        Cadmium
        Chromium(VI)
        Cresol
        1,1-Dichloroethane
        1,2-Dichloroethane
        Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
        Hexachloroethane
        Lead
        Manganese
        Methylene Chloride
        n-Nitrosodiphenylamine
        PCBs
        1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
        Tetrachloroethene
        Trichloroethene
        Vinyl Chloride
    B. Health Outcome Data Evaluation
    C. Community Health Concerns Evaluation
      Circulatory System Complaints
      Digestive System Complaints
      Endocrine System Complaints
      Excretory System Complaints
      Hypersensitivity Complaints
      Immune System Complaints
      Learning Disabilities
      Mental Health Complaints
      Nervous System Complaints
      Reproductive System Complaints
      Respiratory System Complaints
      Skeletal/Muscular and Other Connective Tissue Complaints
      Skin Complaints
      Visual Complaints
      Nonspecific Illness and Unexplained Death Complaints
      Health of Pets
      Other (Nonhealth) Concerns

CONCLUSIONS

RECOMMENDATIONS

    Cease/Reduce Exposure Recommendations
    Site Characterization Recommendations
    Environmental Monitoring Recommendations
    Health Activities Recommendation Panel (HARP) Recommendations

PUBLIC HEALTH ACTIONS

PREPARERS OF REPORT

CERTIFICATION

REFERENCES

APPENDICES

    A. Figures
    B. Tables
    C. Acronyms
    D. Public Comments

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