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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT
ACME SOLVENT RECLAIMING, INC.
WINNEBAGO, WINNEBAGO COUNTY, ILLINOIS


APPENDICES

A. Figures

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Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
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B. Tables

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN ON-SITE SOILS (1984)
COMPOUNDSFrequency of Detection Range Comparison ValueComparison Source
Organic Compounds
Benzene15/54 0.064- 4,40020CREG
bis-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 48/54 0.6 - 7,200 40RMEG*
1,1-dichloroethane**5/54 0.14 - 30----
1,1-dichloroethylene1/542.0 1CREG
di-n-butylphthalate30/54 0.5 - 780200RMEG*
Isophorone 29/54 0.64 - 11,00070CREG
Methylene chloride20/54 0.039- 20,00090CREG
Naphthalene***29/540.5 - 2,300----
PCBs (Aroclor - 1254)16/540.8 - 2040.4EMEG*
1,1,1-trichloroethane***34/540.041- 83----
Vinyl chloride1/540.45 0.04EMEG*
Inorganic Compounds
Lead***41/203 1.0 - 4,590----

* = Pica child
** = This carcinorganic compound is a contaminant for further consideration since nocarcinogen comparison value exists.
*** = No comparison values exist for these compounds in soil, therefore, they will be consideredfurther.

Source: E.C. Jordan Co. (1984)

TABLE 2.

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN ON-SITE SOILS (1987)(all values in mg/kg)
COMPOUNDSFrequency of DetectionRangeComparison ValueComparison Source
Organic Compounds
Benzo(b)fluoranthene**1/210.008----
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate7/212.0 - 59.040RMEG*
di-n-butylphthalate1/2113.0200RMEG*
2-methylnaphthalene***3/210.006 - .13----
4-methyl-2-pentanone***2/211.1 - 7.4----
PCBs (Aroclor - 1254)4/210.2 - 4.00.4EMEG*
Phenanthrene***2/210.032 - .180----
1,1,1-trichloroethane***1/210.55----
Trichloroethylene1/213.160CREG
Inorganic Compounds
Lead***21/213.2 - 2,800----

* = Pica child
** = This carcinorganic compound is a contaminant for further consideration since no carcinogencomparison value exists.
*** = No comparison values exist for these compounds in soil, therefore, they will be consideredfurther.

Source: Harding Lawson Associates (1990)

Table 3.

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN ON-SITE SOILS (1993)(all values in mg/kg)
Organic CompoundsFrequency of DetectionRangeComparison ValueComparison Source
Methylene Chloride1/748090CREG
1,1-dichloroethane**2/76 - 110----
2-butanone (MEK)3/74 - 23,0001,000RMEG*
1,1,1-trichloroethane*** 5/74 - 450----
Trichloroethene4/74 - 40060CREG
4-methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)***2/715 - 9,400----
Tetrachloroethene6/74 - 97010CREG
Toluene2/7140 - 5,400400RMEG*
Ethylbenzene2/71,200 -13,000200RMEG*
2-methylphenol***1/7640----
Isophorone3/7340 - 59070CREG
Naphthalene***2/7190 - 390----
Acenaphthene1/7160100RMEG*
Fluorene1/714080RMEG*
Pyrene3/7130 - 2,00060RMEG*
Benzo(a)anthracene**2/7170 - 1,400----
Chrysene** 2/7280 - 1,400----
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 6/7170 - 3,00040RMEG*
Benzo(b)fluoranthene** 2/7370 - 1,400----
Benzo(k)fluoranthene**1/71,000----
Benzo(a)pyrene**1/71,400----
Indeno(1,2,3,-c,d)pyrene**1/7570----
Benzo(ghi)perylene**1/7530----
Endrin2/70.56 - 8.10.6EMEG*
Endosulfan5/70.38 - 154EMEG*
PCB (Aroclor-1242)1/7300.4EMEG*
PCB (Aroclor-1254)5/78.9 - 2500.4EMEG*
PCB (Aroclor-1260)5/72.3 - 3800.4EMEG*

* = Pica child
** = This carcinorganic compound is a contaminant for further consideration since no carcinogencomparison value exists.
*** = No comparison values exist for these compounds in soil, therefore, they will be consideredfurther.

Source: IEPA CERCLA Screening Inspection: Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc.

Table 4.

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING WELLS (1984)
(all values in micrograms per liter (ug/L)
COMPOUNDSFrequency of DetectionRangeComparison ValueComparison Source
Organic Compounds
Benzene1/467.91CREG
bis-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate10/469.3 - 2203CREG
di-n-butylphthalate1/46221000RMEG*
1,1-dichloroethane**17/461.6 - 150----
1,2-dichloroethylene23/46 5.6 - 2,400 70LTHA
Tetrachloroethylene10/46 1.3 - 470 0.7CREG
Trichloroethylene15/464.3 - 170 3CREG
1,1,1-trichloroethane12/463.3 - 240200LTHA
Vinyl Chloride1/461600.2EMEG*

* = Child
** = This carcinorganic compound is a contaminant for further consideration since no carcinogencomparison value exists.

Source: E.C. Jordan Co. (1984)

Table 5.

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING WELLS (1988-1989) (all values in ug/L)
COMPOUNDSFrequency of DetectionMaximum Concentration (ug/L)Comparison ValueComparison Source
Organic Compounds
Benzene14/142171CREG
Chloroethane*2/119125----
Chloroform2/119786CREG
1,1-dichloroethane*26/119410100RfD
1,2-dichloroethane9/119650.4CREG
1,2-dichloroethylene61/1432,60070LTHA
2-hexanone* 1/119125----
Isophorone4/111439CREG
4-methyl-2-pentanone*7/119730----
Tetrachloroethylene47/1414900.7CREG
1,1,1-trichloroethane41/119280200LTHA
1,1,2-trichloroethane1/119650.6CREG
Trichloroethylene40/1412603CREG
Vinyl Acetate*1/119125----
Vinyl Chloride16/1191,110 0.2EMEG**
Inorganic Compounds
Arsenic55/111380.02CREG
Nitrate79/11111,70010,000MCL
Zinc95/1117,7303000RMEG**

* = No comparison values exist for these compounds in water, therefore, they will be consideredfurther.
** = Child

Source: Harding Lawson Associates (1990)

THREE ON-SITE WELLS / TWO OFF-SITE WELLS

Table 6.

CHEMICALS DETECTED IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING WELLS (1993)(all values in micrograms per liter (ug/L)
Organic CompoundsDetection FrequencyRangeDetection FrequencyRangeComparison ValueComparison Source
Methylene ChlorideNDND2/22d - 5,500s5CREG & MCL
Vinyl Chloride1/391/2100s0.2EMEG*
1,1-dichloroethene2/331/29s0.06CREG
1,1-dichloroethane**3/32 - 110NDND----
1,2-dichloroethane1/351/225s0.4CREG
2-butanone(MEK)2/316 - 492/28d - 79,000s6,000RMEG*
1,2-dichloropropane2/35 - 71/256s5MCL
Trichloroethene2/310 - 28NDND3CREG
Benzene2/34 - 7NDND1CREG
4-methyl-2-pentanone***2/319 - 4601/228,000s----
2-hexanone***NDND1/216s----
Tetrachloroethene1/31401/2150s0.7CREG
Toluene2/3410 - 6,1002/22d - 360,000s1,000LTHA &MCL
Ethylbenzene2/3140 - 2,9001/225,000s700LTHA &MCL
Xylene (total)2/3570 -17,0001/2120,000s2,000EMEG*
Naphthalene2/313 - 341/226s20LTHA
Benzo(a)anthraceneNDND1/22d0.1PMCL
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate1/331/265d3CREG
Benzo(b)fluorantheneNDND1/23d0.2PMCL
Benzo(k)fluorantheneNDND1/22d0.2PMCL
Inorganic Compounds





Arsenic2/34.8 -53.22/22.4d - 13.8s0.02CREG
Nickel2/328 - 366NDND100LTHA & MCL

d = Well (G103D) depth of 76 feet, 7 inches (Figure 5 shows well locations)
s = Well (G103) depth of 51 feet, 10 inches
* = Child
** = This carcinorganic compound is a contaminant for further consideration since no comparisonvalue exists.
*** = This compound is a contaminant for further consideration since no comparison value exists.

Source: IEPA CERCLA Screening Inspection: Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc.

Table 7.

RESIDENTIAL WELL SAMPLING DATA (all values in ug/L)
COMPOUNDS1981 Ave. Conc.1984 Ave. Conc.1987-1989 Ave. Conc.1991-1993 Ave. Conc.Comparison ValueComparison Source
Benz(a)anthracene*--ND1.00-- ----
bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate46.9NDND-- 3 CREG
Chrysene*--ND1.00---- --
1,1-dichloroethyleneNDND0.260.6^ 0.06CREG
1,2-dichloroethylene119.344.09.800.7370LTHA
Tetrachloroethylene30.98.42.601.430.7CREG
1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane37.6NDNDND0.2CREG
1,1,2-trichloroethane43.4NDNDND0.6CREG
Trichloroethylene30.88.51.700.743CREG
Vinyl ChlorideNDND0.93ND0.2EMEG**

* = These carcinorganic compounds are contaminants for further consideration since no comparison value exists.
** = Child
-- = Not analyzed
^ = detected in only one sample (June 1993)

Sources: Winnebago County Health Department (1981)
E.C. Jordan Co. (1984)
Harding Lawson Associates (1990) (1991-1993 3rd Quarter)

Table 8.

Pathway NameCompleted Exposure Pathways Time
SourceEnvironmental MediumPoint of ExposureRoute of ExposureReceptor Population
Surface SoilACME Solvent Site Surface SoilSite propertyIngestion, Dermal Contact, InhalationACME Employees, anyone accessing the sitePast
GroundwaterACME Solvent SiteGroundwaterTaps of nearby homes with private wellsIngestion, Dermal Contact, InhalationResidents using private wellsPast, Present, Future
AirACME Solvent SiteAirSite Property and area surrounding the siteInhalationACME employees and nearby residentsPast, Present, Future

Table 9.

Human Health Effects at Various Hydrogen Sulfide Concentrations in Air
Pathway NamePotential Exposure Pathways Time
SourceEnvironmental MediumPoint of ExposureRoute of ExposureReceptor Population
Subsurface SoilACME Solvent SiteSubsurface SoilSite Property Ingestion, Inhalation, and Dermal ContactOn-site Remediation WorkersPast, Present, Future
Surface waterContaminated GroundwaterSurface WaterKillbuck CreekIngestion, Inhalation, and Dermal ContactResidents Around the SitePast
Present
Future
Aquatic BiotaKillbuck CreekAquatic BiotaKillbuck CreekIngestionResidents around the sitePast
Present
Future

C. PUBLIC COMMENTS

The Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc. Public Health Assessment was available for public review andcomment at the Rockford Public Library at 215 North Wyman Street in Rockford, Illinois for theperiod starting November 29, and ending on December 28, 1993. No comments were receivedfrom the public.


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