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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT
BELVIDERE MUNICIPAL LANDFILL #1
BELVIDERE, BOONE COUNTY, ILLINOIS

APPENDICES


APPENDIX A - FIGURES

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TABLE 1

APPENDIX B - TABLES

On-Site Monitoring Wells - RI
all values in micrograms per liter (ug/l)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Acenaphthene3/4490J-210NANA
Arsenic20/770.3-1903RMEG
Barium 41/7736B-3536 700RMEG
Benzene8/321.0J-26J1.2CREG
Benzo(a)anthracene5/4473-1900.1PMCL
Benzo(a)pyrene5/446J-1400.006CREG
Benzo(b)fluoranthene3/445J-1060.2PMCL
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene5/443J-78JNANA
Benzo(k)fluoranthene1/44350.2PMCL
Benzyl Alcohol1/442JNANA
Beryllium10/771B-60.0081CREG
Bis(2-ethyl-hexyl)Phthalate25/441J-5702.5CREG
Cadmium8/770.8-462child EMEG
4-chloro-3-Methylphenol1/446JNANA
Chloroethane1/328.1JNANA
Chromium40/7713-82950RMEG
Chrysene6/443.3J-1800.2PMCL
Cobalt11/7721-206NANA
Di-N-Octyl Phthalate2/443J-28NANA
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene2/444.7J-5.5J0.3PMCL
Dibenzofuran5/441.8J-33JNANA
Ethylbenzene20/321.2J-32,0001,000RMEG
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene5/442J-62J0.4PMCL
Lead12/774-22015AMCL
Manganese12/7710B-69901000RMEG
Mercury2/770.52MCL
4-methyl-2-Pentanone1/3212NANA
2-Methyl-Naphthalene8/441.2J-100JNANA
N-Nitroso-Di-N-Propylamine2/4410-250.005CREG
Naphthalene22/441.4J-42020LTHA
Nickel22/7730-449100LTHA
PCBs19/200.1J-750.05child EMEG
Phenanthrene9/445.7J-820NANA
Thallium 1/7780.4LTHA
Toluene12/325.4-15,0002,000RMEG
Vanadium16/775B-30720LTHA
Vinyl Chloride2/321.0J-3.0J0.2child EMEG
Xylene29/321.45-96,00020,000RMEG
Zinc16/775B-30720LTHA
NA - No comparison value available
B, J - Estimated value
A - USEPA action level for drinking water supplies


TABLE 2

n-Site Monitoring Wells - RI Background samples (MW01, MW02, MW20) all values in micrograms per liter (ug/l)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Zinc4/725-5920LTHA

Table 3.

On-Site Monitoring Well Samples - May 1989
all values in micrograms per liter (ug/l)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison Value
Source
Antimony4/1819.7-22.9B4RMEG
Arsenic16/181.1B-7B3RMEG
Benzene2/187J-20J1.2CREG
Beryllium4/180.22B-1.2B0.0081CREG
Ethylbenzene5/1821-2,4001,000RMEG
Xylene5/182J-31,00020,000RMEG
B, J - Estimated value

Table 4.

On-Site Soil Samples - RI Landfill Area all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
0 - 3 inches
Benzo(a)anthracene2/200.08J-0.14JNANA
Benzo(b)fluoranthene1/200.2JNANA
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene1/200.11JNANA
Chrysene2/200.1J-0.14JNANA
Indenol(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene1/200.12JNANA
PCBs3/200.009J-0.560.091CREG
Phenanthrene1/200.2JNANA
1 - 6 inches
Benzo(a)anthracene1/160.08JNANA
Benzo(k)fluoranthene3/160.04J-0.14JNANA
Chrysene1/160.08JNANA
4-Nitrophenol2/160.04J-0.055NANA
PCBs6/160.03J-3.50.091CREG
Phenanthrene1/160.08JNANA
NA - No comparison values available
J - Estimated value

Table 5.

On-Site Soil Samples - RI Drum Storage Area all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
Range Comparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
0 - 3 inches
PCBs 5/5 0.2-51 0.091 CREG

 


Table 6.

On-Site Soil Samples - RI West Pond Area all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Benzo(k)fluoranthene1/10.08JNANA
Chrysene1/10.04JNANA
Phenanthrene1/10.04JNANA
NA - No comparison value available
J - Estimated value

Table 7.

On-Site Soil Samples - RI Background (SS09 and SS14) all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Benzo(k)fluoranthene1/20.04JNANA
PCBs2/20.04J-1.60.091CREG
NA - No Comparison value available
J - estimated value

Table 8.

West Pond Sediment Samples - RI all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Benzo(a)anthracene2/80.09J-0.17JNANA
Benzo(b)fluoranthene2/80.03J-0.22JNANA
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene1/80.08JNANA
Chrysene2/80.09J-0.22JNANA
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d) pyrene1/80.08JNANA
4-Nitrophenol3/80.07J-0.12JNANA
Phenanthrene2/80.1J-0.23JNANA
NA - No comparison values available
J - Estimated value

Table 9.

Kishwaukee River Sediment Samples - RI
all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
Contaminant of
Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison
Value
Comparison
Value Source
Benzo(a)anthracene1/60.09J-0.19JNANA
Benzo(b)fluoranthene2/60.06J-0.07JNANA
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene2/60.1J-0.16JNANA
Chrysene4/60.06J-0.15JNANA
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d) pyrene1/60.16JNANA
4-Nitrophenol2/60.09J-0.2JNANA
Phenanthrene4/60.06J-0.35JNANA
NA - No Comparison value available
J - Estimated value

Table 10.

East Pond Sediment Samples - RI all values in milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg)
 
Contaminant
of Concern
Frequency of
Detection
Range Comparison Value Comparison
Value Source
4-Nitrophenol 1/2 0.067J NA NA
NA - No comparison values available
J - Estimated value

 


Table 11.

Private Well Samples - RI all values in micrograms per liter (ug/l)
Contaminant
of Concern
Frequency of
Detection
RangeComparison ValueComparison
Value Source
Cadmium2/116-152child EMEG
Nitrite11/111,200-5,6001,000child RMEG
Trichloroethylene3/112J-175MCL
NA - No comparison value available
J - estimated value

Table 12.

TRI Data for Boone County (zip code 61008)(all values in estimated pounds per year)
Facility NameCompoundMedia1987198819891990
APACHE Building Products Co.dichloromethaneAIR

11,393

methylene bis (phenyl-isocyanate)AIR96224174179
Belvidere Assembly Plant / Chrysler MotorsN-butly alcoholAIR--33,400----

zincAIR--500----

methanolAIR71,200177,00096,00035,000

bariumAIR--500--42

cyclohexaneAIR5003,2301,770--

methyl tert-butyl etherAIR1,0006,6702,420--

naphthaleneAIR5001,003----

ethylbenzeneAIR1,0003,1278,480--

benzeneAIR5003,2101,430561

copperAIR--500----

phosphoric acidAIR--1,110--533

freon 113AIR----48,022--

tolueneAIR117,00053,00073,00034,000

methyl isobutyl ketoneAIR188,000732,000460,000273,000

sodium hydroxideAIR--2,350----

ethylene glycolAIR5005,05025232

sulfuric acidAIR500250--37

xyleneAIR285,000879,000597,000583,000

dichloromethaneAIR----40,9006,740

glycol ethersAIR8,20052,900170,00025,700

methyl ethyl ketoneAIR186,000247,000509,000155,000

acetoneAIR85,00020,62071,00028,000
Dean Foods/Ice Cream Div.ammoniaAIR6,0876,08812,089--

cumene hydroperoxideLAND------5

isopropyl alcoholLAND------5

nitric acidAIR------18,000

sodium hydroxideAIR--588----

tetrachloroethyleneLAND------12
DEVECO Corp.chromiumAIR----500255

hydrochloric acidAIR----250250

nitric acidAIR----250250

sulfuric acidAIR----2505
Midwest Plating / U.S. Chrome Div.chromium AIR
WATER
51
17
--
--
250
250
250
3

nitric acidAIR102------
PillsburyammoniaAIR16,169--13,982--

chlorine dioxideLAND29,115------

phosphoric acidLAND15,659--250--

sodium hydroxideLAND31,690------

Table 13.

COMPLETED EXPOSURE PATHWAYS
Pathway NameExposure Pathway ElementsTime
SourceEnvironmental MediaPoint of ExposureRoute of ExposureExposed Population
Surface SoilsBelvidere LandfillSurface soilsBelvidere LandfillIngestion, inhalation,
skin contact
Trespassers,
site workers
Past
Surface WaterBelvidere LandfillSurface WaterOn-site Ponds,
Kishwaukee River
Dermal contact,
ingestion
Visitors using on-site
ponds or Kishwaukee River
Past
Future
Private WellsBelvidere LandfillGroundwaterResidences,
Spencer Park
Ingestion
Inhalation,
skin contact
Local residentsPast
Present
Future
FishBelvidere LandfillFishResidenceIngestionLocal residentsPast
Present
Future

Table 14.

POTENTIAL EXPOSURE PATHWAYS
Pathway NameExposure Pathway ElementsTime
SourceEnvironmental MediaPoint of ExposureRoute of ExposureExposed Population
Private WellsBelvidere LandfillGroundwaterResidences,
Spencer Park
Ingestion
Inhalation,
Skin Contact
Local ResidentsPresent
Future
Public WellsBelvidere Landfill GroundwaterOn-site Ponds, Kishwaukee RiverIngestion,
Inhalation,
Skin Contact
Local ResidentsFuture
SedimentBelvidere LandfillSedimentOn-site Ponds
Kishwaukee River
Skin Contact,
Ingestion
Visitors Utilizing
On-site Ponds or
the Kishwaukee River
Past
Present
Future
AirBelvidere LandfillAirNearby Residents,
Spencer Park
InhalationResidents,
Visitors to Spencer
Park, Hikers
Past
Future

APPENDIX C - PUBLIC COMMENTS

A copy of the Draft Public Health Assessment for Belvidere Municipal Landfill #1 was availablefor public review and comment at the Ida Public Library on 320 North State Street in Belvidere,Illinois, for the period starting January 12 and ending February 11, 1994. No comments werereceived from the public.

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