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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

ORGANIC CHEMICALS, INC.
GRANDVILLE, KENT COUNTY, MICHIGAN


APPENDIX A.

FIGURES


LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Site Location

Figure 2. Primary Sources of Contamination

Figure 3. OCI Site Layout


Figure 1. Site Location


Figure 2. Primary Sources of Contamination


Figure 3. Figure 3.OCI Site Layout



APPENDIX B.

TABLES

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1. Contaminants of concern at the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 2. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in groundwater from monitoring wells on the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 3. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in surface soil samples collected on the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 4. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in sub-surface soil samples collected on the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 5. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in groundwater collected from monitoring wells near the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 6. Concentrations of contaminants in water from residential wells near the Organic Chemicals site, from the RI, 1989-1993.
Table 7. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in surface soil samples collected near the Organic Chemicals site.
Table 8. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in sub-surface soil samples collected near the Organic Chemicals site.


Table 1. Contaminants of concern at the Organic Chemicals site.

VOLATILE ORGANIC CHEMICALS OTHER SEMI-VOLATILE ORGANIC CHEMICALS


acetone
benzene
benzyl alcohol
bromomethane
chloroethane
chloroform
chloromethane
1,1-dichloroethane
1,2-dichloroethane
1,1-dichloroethylene
1,2-dichloroethylene
ethylbenzene
2-hexanone
methylene chloride
4-methyl-2-pentanone
styrene
tetrachloroethylene
toluene
1,1,1-trichloroethane
1,1,2-trichloroethane
trichloroethylene
vinyl chloride
xylenes


bis(2-chloroethyl)ether
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
carbazole
chlorobenzene
di-n-octylphthalate
dibenzofuran
diethyl phthalate
dimethyl phthalate
isophorone
2-methylphenol
4-methylphenol
nitrobenzene
N-nitrosodiphenylamine
pentachlorophenol

POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS

METALS AND INORGANIC CHEMICALS


acenaphthylene
benzo(a)anthracene
benzo(a)pyrene
benzo(b)fluoranthene
benzo(g,h,i)perylene
benzo(k)fluoranthene
2-chloronaphthalene
chrysene
dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene
2-methylnaphthalene
naphthalene
phenanthrene


antimony
arsenic
barium
beryllium
cadmium
chromium
cobalt
copper
cyanide
lead
manganese
mercury
nickel
silver
thallium
vanadium
zinc


PESTICIDES AND POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBs)

aldrin
alpha-chlordane
dieldrin
heptachlor
lindane
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
 


Table 2. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in groundwater from monitoring wells on the Organic Chemicals site.

Chemical Date Maximum Concentration
(ppb)
Reference Comparison Value
(ppb)
acetone 1989 1,000.J 2 1,000R
1993 ND 6
aldrin 1989 ND 2 0.3E, 0.002C
1993 0.033J 6
arsenic 1989 22.5 2 3E, 0.02C
1993 21.6 6
barium 1989 149.J 2 700R
1993 166.J 6
benzene 1989 520.J 2 1C
1993 155 6
benzo(b)fluoranthene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 2.J 6
benzyl alcohol 1989 970 2 NA
1993 ND 6
beryllium 1989 2.2B 2 0.008C
1993 3.5JB 6
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 1989 50.J 2 3C
1993 28 6
carbazole 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 150 6
chlorobenzene 1989 1,500.J 2 200R
1993 205 6
chloroform 1989 130 2 6C
1993 ND 6
2-chloronaphthalene 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 1.J 6
chromium 1989 32.1 2 10,000R (III)

carcinogen (VI)

1993 20.9 6
copper 1989 21.2J 2 1,300MG
1993 28.9J 6
cyanide 1989 11.7 2 200R
1993 ND 6
dibenzofuran 1989 7.J 2 NA
1993 2.J 6
1,1-dichloroethane 1989 7 2 carcinogen
1993 ND 6
1,2-dichloroethane 1989 51.J 2 0.4C
1993 9.J 6
1,1-dichloroethylene 1989 260.J 2 90E, 0.06C
1993 39 6
1,2-dichloroethylene (total) 1989 1,200.J 2 70A (cis)

200R (trans)

1993 565 6
di-n-octylphthalate 1989 2.J 2 NA
1993 3.J 6
ethylbenzene 1989 2,200 2 1,000R
1993 310 6
isophorone 1989 ND 2 4C
1993 4.J 6
lead 1989 21.4 2 15PL, carcinogen
1993 1.JB 6
manganese 1989 541 2 50R
1993 346 6
mercury 1989 5 2 NA
1993 ND 6
methylene chloride 1989 9,600 2 5C
1993 15 6
2-methylnaphthalene 1989 55 2 NA
1993 25 6
2-methylphenol 1989 51 2 500R, carcinogen
1993 8.J 6
4-methylphenol 1989 44.J 2 carcinogen
1993 12 6
naphthalene 1989 38.J 2 20A
1993 13 6
nickel 1989 15.7J 2 carcinogen
1993 40.9 6
N-nitrosodiphenylamine 1989 1,600 2 7C
1993 160 6
pentachlorophenol 1989 23.J 2 0.3C
1993 4.J 6
phenanthrene 1989 7.J 2 NA
1993 7.J 6
silver 1989 ND 2 50R
1993 45.5J 6
tetrachloroethylene 1989 2,500 2 0.7C
1993 1.J 6
toluene 1989 53,000 2 2,000R
1993 660 6
1,1,1-trichloroethane 1989 4.J 2 200A
1993 ND 6
trichloroethylene 1989 33,000 2 3C
1993 195 6
vanadium 1989 30.J 2 NA
1993 ND 6
vinyl chloride 1989 160.J 2 0.2E, carcinogen
1993 11 6
xylenes (total) 1989 6,800 2 2,000Ei
1993 3,450 6
zinc 1989 45.2 2 3,000R
1993 13.8 6

Chemicals not detected in this medium during either round of sampling are not listed.

Shaded chemicals exceed comparison values.

ND -- Not Detected
B -- Analyte Detected in Laboratory Blank Sample
J -- Estimated Value

(cis)-- cis- isomer
(trans)-- trans- isomer

(III)-- For chromium(III)
(VI)-- For chromium(VI)

NA -- None Available
carcinogen -- Carcinogen (proven, probable, or possible) but no CREG available

Comparison Value Bases

E -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide (EMEGs)
Ei -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide, Intermediate-term exposure
C -- ATSDR Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide (CREGs)
A -- U.S. EPA Drinking Water Health Advisory (Lifetime)
MG -- U.S. EPA Safe Drinking Water Act Maximum Contaminant Level Goal
R -- Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide (RMEGs), calculated from U.S. EPA Reference Dose (Chronic) by Ingestion, based on 10 kilogram child drinking 1 liter per day of water per day.
PL -- U.S. EPA Proposed Action Level for Lead in Drinking Water

Table 3. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in surface soil samples collected on the Organic Chemicals site.

Chemical Date Maximum Concentration
(ppm)
Reference Comparison Value

(ppm)

acenaphthylene 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.31J 6
acetone 1989 ND 2 200R
1993 0.08J 6
aldrin 1989 0.073J 2 0.06E, 0.04C
1993 ND 6
arsenic 1989 7 2 0.6E, 0.4C
1993 6.4 6
barium 1989 262 2 100R
1993 2,180 6
benzene 1989 0.009 2 20C
1993 0.005J 6
benzo(a)anthracene 1989 5.4 2 carcinogen
1993 2.1J 6
benzo(b)fluoranthene 1989 5.9 2 carcinogen
1993 3.7J 6
benzo(k)fluoranthene 1989 2.6 2 carcinogen
1993 3.2 6
benzo(g,h,i)perylene 1989 4.2 2 NA
1993 1.7 6
benzo(a)pyrene 1989 21 2 0.1C
1993 2 6
beryllium 1989 2.5 2 0.2C
1993 ND 6
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 1989 75 2 40R
1993 220 6
cadmium 1989 10.6 2 1E, carcinogen
1993 ND 6
carbazole 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.63 6
alpha-chlordane 1989 0.031 2 0.03C
1993 ND 6
chloroform 1989 ND 2 20E, 100C
1993 0.001J 6
chromium 1989 228 2 2,000R (III)

carcinogen (VI)

1993 1,590 6
chrysene 1989 39 2 carcinogen
1993 2.1 6
cobalt 1989 31.3 2 NA
1993 59.2 6
copper 1989 189 2 NA
1993 526 6
cyanide 1989 18 2 40R
1993 136 6
dibenzo(a,h)anthracene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 0.25J 6
dibenzofuran 1989 0.053J 2 NA
1993 0.21J 6
1,1-dichloroethylene 1989 ND 2 20E, 1C
1993 0.018 6
1,2-dichloroethylene (total) 1989 ND 2 NA (cis)
40R (trans)
1993 13 6
dieldrin 1989 0.22 2 0.1E, 0.04C
1993 ND 6
dimethyl phthalate 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.69 6
di-n-octylphthalate 1989 23 2 NA
1993 11 6
ethylbenzene 1989 950 2 200R
1993 25 6
indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 1989 4.9 2 carcinogen
1993 1.4J 6
isophorone 1989 ND 2 400R, 70C
1993 0.18J 6
lead 1989 1,160 2 carcinogen
1993 13,100 6
lindane 1989 0.0036J 2 0.6C
1993 ND 6
manganese 1989 1,060 2 300R
1993 2,010 6
mercury 1989 3.6 2 NA
1993 1.6 6
methylene chloride 1989 1,100 2 100E, 90C
1993 0.005J 6
2-methylnaphthalene 1989 2.1J 2 NA
1993 1.6 6
naphthalene 1989 9.8 2 NA
1993 1.4J 6
nickel 1989 34.4 2 carcinogen
1993 75.4 6
nitrobenzene 1989 ND 2 1R
1993 0.99J 6
N-nitrosodiphenylamine 1989 17 2 100C
1993 3.J 6
phenanthrene 1989 33 2 NA
1993 3.1 6
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 1989 14 2 0.04E, 0.09C
1993 ND 6
tetrachloroethylene 1989 66 2 10C
1993 9.8 6
toluene 1989 6,700 2 400R
1993 74 6
1,1,1-trichloroethane 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.009J 6
trichloroethylene 1989 0.038 2 60C
1993 3 6
vanadium 1989 31.1 2 NA
1993 29.9 6
xylenes (total) 1989 7,300 2 400Ei
1993 73.J 6
zinc 1989 226 2 600R
1993 598.J 6

Chemicals not detected in this medium during either round of sampling are not listed.

Shaded chemicals exceed comparison values.

ND -- Not Detected
B -- Analyte Detected in Laboratory Blank Sample
J -- Estimated Value

(cis)-- cis- isomer
(trans)-- trans- isomer

(III)-- For chromium(III)
(VI)-- For chromium(VI)

NA -- None Available
carcinogen -- Carcinogen (proven, probable, or possible) but no CREG available

Comparison Value Bases

E -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide (EMEGs)
Ei -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide, Intermediate-term exposure
C -- ATSDR Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide (CREGs)
R -- Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide (RMEGs), calculated from U.S. EPA Reference Dose (Chronic) by Ingestion, based on 10 kilogram child subject to pica behavior


Table 4. Maximum concentrations of contaminants of concern found in sub-surface soil samples collected on the Organic Chemicals site.

Chemical Date Maximum Concentration

(ppm)

Reference Comparison Value

(ppm)

acetone 1989 ND 2 200R
1993 2.6J 6
arsenic 1989 3.7 2 0.6E, 0.4C
1993 9.9 6
barium 1989 163 2 100R
1993 120.J 6
benzene 1989 ND 2 20C
1993 0.33 6
benzo(a)anthracene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 7.2 6
benzo(b)fluoranthene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 9.4X 6
benzo(k)fluoranthene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 9.4X 6
benzo(g,h,i)perylene 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 3.5J 6
benzo(a)pyrene 1989 ND 2 0.1C
1993 5.2 6
beryllium 1989 1.6 2 0.2C
1993 1.3 6
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 1989 47 2 40R
1993 14 6
cadmium 1989 4 2 1E, carcinogen
1993 1.9 6
carbazole 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 1.7J 6
chlorobenzene 1989 94 2 40R
1993 0.12 6
chloroform 1989 ND 2 20E, 100C
1993 0.79J 6
chromium 1989 194 2 2,000R (III)

carcinogen (VI)

1993 189.2 6
chrysene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 5.7 6
cobalt 1989 7.2J 2 NA
1993 10.3J 6
copper 1989 46.4 2 NA
1993 76 6
cyanide 1989 ND 2 40R
1993 4.0 6
dibenzo(a,h)anthracene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 1.2J 6
dibenzofuran 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.6J 6
1,1-dichloroethane 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 0.006J 6
1,2-dichloroethane 1989 ND 2 8C
1993 0.002J 6
1,1-dichloroethylene 1989 ND 2 20E, 1C
1993 0.005J 6
1,2-dichloroethylene (total) 1989 ND 2 NA (cis)

40R (trans)

1993 0.017 6
diethyl phthalate 1989 ND 2 1,000R
1993 0.22 6
dimethyl phthalate 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.73 6
di-n-octylphthalate 1989 0.15J 2 NA
1993 1.3J 6
ethylbenzene 1989 93 2 200R
1993 38 6
2-hexanone 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.005J 6
indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 4.5 6
lead 1989 959 2 carcinogen
1993 631.J 6
manganese 1989 316 2 300R
1993 808.J 6
mercury 1989 0.16 2 NA
1993 7.8 6
methylene chloride 1989 ND 2 100E, 90C
1993 0.66J 6
2-methylnaphthalene 1989 0.17J 2 NA
1993 0.66 6
4-methyl-2-pentanone 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.097 6
2-methylphenol 1989 ND 2 100R, carcinogen
1993 0.048J 6
4-methylphenol 1989 ND 2 carcinogen
1993 0.1J 6
naphthalene 1989 12.J 2 NA
1993 0.76 6
nickel 1989 62.8 2 carcinogen
1993 25.6 6
N-nitrosodiphenylamine 1989 240 2 100C
1993 2.0J 6
phenanthrene 1989 0.32J 2 NA
1993 12 6
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 1989 3.5 2 0.04E, 0.09C
1993 5.6 6
styrene 1989 16 2 carcinogen
1993 ND 6
tetrachloroethylene 1989 2.5 2 10C
1993 0.79 6
toluene 1989 1,800 2 400R
1993 61 6
1,1,1-trichloroethane 1989 ND 2 NA
1993 0.025J 6
1,1,2-trichloroethane 1989 ND 2 8R
1993 11 6
trichloroethylene 1989 100 2 60C
1993 0.11 6
vanadium 1989 34.9 2 NA
1993 27.7 6
xylenes (total) 1989 360 2 400Ei
1993 250 6
zinc 1989 199 2 600R
1993 170 6

Chemicals not detected in this medium during either round of sampling are not listed.

Shaded chemicals exceed comparison values.

ND -- Not Detected
B -- Analyte Detected in Laboratory Blank Sample
J -- Estimated Value
X -- Benzo(b)fluoranthene and benzo(k)fluoranthene were not separable

(cis)-- cis- isomer
(trans)-- trans- isomer

(III)-- For chromium(III)
(VI)-- For chromium(VI)

NA -- None Available
carcinogen -- Carcinogen (proven, probable, or possible) but no CREG available

Comparison Value Bases

E -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide (EMEGs)
Ei -- ATSDR Environmental Media Evaluation Guide, Intermediate-term exposure
C -- ATSDR Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide (CREGs)
R -- Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide (RMEGs), calculated from U.S. EPA Reference Dose (Chronic) by Ingestion, based on 10 kilogram child subject to pica behavior

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