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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

CASSWOOD TREATED PRODUCTS
BEARDSTOWN, CASS COUNTY, ILLINOIS


APPENDIX A. FIGURES


Figure 1. Site Location Map


Figure 2. Casswood Demographics


Figure 3. Soil Sample Locations (1985)


Figure 4. OTT Soil Sample Locations (1989)


Figure 5. OTT Monitoring Wells and Soil Sample Locations (1987/1988)


Figure 6. Soil Sample Locations (1990)


Figure 7. Site Location


Figure 8. Soil Sample Locations for Areas 3 and 4


Figure 9. Monitoring Well Locations Base Map


Figure 10. Observation Well Site Map



APPENDIX B. TABLES



Table 1.

Contaminants of Concern in Air, August 1986 (AWE, 1990)
Contaminant Concentration
(mg/m3)
Comparison
Value
(mg/m3)
Source of
Comparison Value
Chromium (Total) N.D.-1.04 0.001-1.0* ATSDR
Lead N.D.-1.04 0.0015 ATSDR
* =Depends on the type of chromium
mg/m3 =milligrams per cubic meter
N.D. = Not detected
ATSDR = Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Toxicological Profile
for that chemical--from Table 7-1. Regulations and Guidelines Applicable to Chromium and
Regulations and Guidelines Applicable to Lead


Table 2.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in On-Site Surface Soil Samples (1985-1994)
Contaminant Year Range (Frequency)
0-1 Foot Depth
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
Illinois
Maximum
Background
Soil
Concentration
(ppm)1
National
Maximum
Background
PAH Soil
Concentration
(ppm)2
ppm Source
Arsenic 1985*
1986
1988
1990**
1994
2.3-344.2 (12/12)
3.8-1050 (26/26)
8.2-390 (5/5)
11-460 (3/3)
5.3-312 (8/8)
0.5
20
200
CREG
EMEGc
EMEGa
NA NA
Chromium
(Total)
1985*
1986
1988
1990**
1994
0.08-325 (11/12)
5-1290 (20/26)
15-740 (5/5)
18-420 (3/3)
5.8-1130 (8/8)
NA C 151 NA
Copper 1985*
1986
1988
1990**
1994
0.1-60 (12/12)
4.4-880 (21/26)
11-590 (5/5)
13-1940 (3/3)
6.3-150 (8/8)
NA NA 156 NA
Pentachlorophenol 1985
1986
1988
1990**
1994
2-220 (12/12)
0.1-830 (26/26)
N.D.-110 (1/5)
N/A
0.6-25 (12/12)
6.0
50
700
2,000
CREG
IEMEGc
IEMEGa
RMEGc
NA NA
Phenanthrene 1985 N.D.-16 (8/12) NA NA NA 0.14
Chrysene 1994 N.D.-5.9 (1/8) NA NA NA 0.64
C - Carcinogen
ppm - parts per million
NA - Not Available
* - 1985 metal analysis results were from EP-toxicity data
** - 1990 data includes silt fraction and <10 micron fraction analysis
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
EMEGc - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
EMEGa - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGa - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGc - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
RMEGc - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for children
1 - IEPA, 1994, A Summary of Selected Background Conditions for Inorganics in Soil
2 - ATSDR, 1992, Toxicological Profile for PAHs




Table 3.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in On-Site Subsurface Soil Samples (1985-1994)
Contaminant Year Range
(Frequency)
>1 Foot Deep
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
Illinois
Maximum
Background
Soil
Concentration
(ppm)1
National
Maximum
Background
PAH Soil
Concentration
(ppm)2
ppm Source
Arsenic 1986
1988/89
1994
0.5-270 (26/26)
0.6-520 (37/37)
0.84-568 (29/29)
0.5
20
200
CREG
EMEGc
EMEGa
NA NA
Chromium 1986
1988/89
1994
2.8-350 (17/26)
6.7-1,570 (36/36)
2.7-1,068 (29/29)
NA C 151 NA
Copper 1986
1988/89
1994
1.3-428 (14/26)
2.2-1,180 (36/36)
2.4-1,090 (29/29)
NA NA 156 NA
Pentachlorophenol 1986
1988/89
1994
0.22-790 (26/26)
N.D.-4,700 (40/46)
N.D.-2,600 (25/41)
6.0
50
700
2,000
CREG
IEMEGc
IEMEGa
RMEGc
NA NA
Phenanthrene 1988/89
1994
N.D.-500 (26/45)
N.D.-200 (12/41)
NA NA NA 0.14
Chrysene 1988/89 N.D.-69 (20/36) NA NA NA 0.64
C - Carcinogen
ppm - parts per million
NA - Not Available
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
EMEGc - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
EMEGa - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGc - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
IEMEGa - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
RMEGc - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for children
1 - IEPA, 1994, A Summary of Selected Background Conditions for Inorganics in Soil
2 - ATSDR, 1992, Toxicological Profile for PAHs




Table 4.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in On-Site Groundwater Monitoring Wells (1988-1992)
Contaminant Month/
Year
Range (Frequency)
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
ppm Source
Arsenic 6/88 0.012-4.2 (5/5) 0.00002
0.003
0.05
CREG
RMEGc
MCL
Chromium
(Hexavalent)
6/88 N.D.-0.04 (4/5) 0.003
0.05
CREG
RMEGc
Pentachlorophenol 6/88
8/88
3/89
4/89
N.D.-19 (3/5)
N.D.-81 (7/8)
N.D.-6.4(5/6)
0.16 (1/1)
0.0003
0.3
0.001
CREG
RMEGc
MCL
Dibenzofuran 8/88 N.D.-2 (3/8) 0.01
0.04
RMEGc
RMEGa
Fluoranthene 3/89 N.D.-8 (2/6) 0.4
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Pyrene 3/89 N.D.-21 (2/6) 0.3
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
ppm - parts per million
N.D. - Not Detected above detection limit
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
RMEGc - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for children
RMEGa - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for adults
MCL - Maximum Contaminant Level




Table 5.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in Off-Site Surface Soil Samples (1985-1994)
Contaminant Year Range (Frequency)
0-1 Foot Depth
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
Illinois
Maximum
Background Soil
Concentration
(ppm)1
ppm Source
Arsenic 1987
1988
1990*
1994
1-47 (2/2)
1.8-24 (3/3)
0.9-170 (5/5)
44.7-78 (9/9)
0.5
20
200
CREG
EMEGc
EMEGa
NA
Chromium
(Total)
1990* 6.8-420 (5/5) NA C 151
Copper 1990* 4.1-1600 (5/5) NA NA 156
Pentachlorophenol 1994 N.D.-17 (8/9) 6.0
50
CREG
IEMEGc
NA
C - Carcinogen
ppm - parts per million
NA - Not Available
* - 1990 data includes silt fraction and <10 micron fraction analysis
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
EMEGc - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
EMEGa - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGc - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
1 - IEPA, 1994, A Summary of Selected Background Conditions for Inorganics in Soil




Table 6.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in Off-Site Subsurface Soil Samples (1985-1994)
Contaminant Year Range
(Frequency)
>1 Foot Deep
(ppm)
Comparison Value National Maximum
Background
PAH Soil Concentration
(ppm)1
ppm Source
Arsenic 1987
1988
1989
1994
1.3-1.5 (2/2)
N.D.-14 (1/3)
0.6-20 (5/5)
3.5-46.5 (3/3)
0.5
20
200
CREG
EMEGc
EMEGa
NA
Pentachlorophenol 1988
1989
N.D.-530 (4/6)
0.23-560 (5/5)
6.0
50
700
CREG
IEMEGc
IEMEGa
NA
Phenanthrene 1988
1989
N.D.-3.5 (1/3)
N.D.-37 (2/5)
NA NA 0.14
Chrysene 1989 N.D.-12 (2/5) NA NA 0.64
ppm - parts per million
NA - Not Available
1 - ATSDR, 1992, Toxicological Profile for PAHs
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
EMEGc - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
EMEGa - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGc - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
IEMEGa - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults




Table 7.

Range of Contaminant Concentrations in Off-Site Groundwater Monitoring Wells (1988-1994)
Contaminant Month/
Year
Range (Frequency)
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
ppm Source
Arsenic 6/88 0.001-0.025 (3/3)
N.D.-0.11 (3/13)
0.00002
0.003
0.05
CREG
RMEGc
MCL
Chromium 8&9/90 N.D.-0.31 (1/13) 0.1 MCL
Chromium
(Hexavalent)
6/88 N.D.-0.04 (2/3) 0.003
0.05
CREG
RMEGc
Pentachlorophenol 6/88
8/88
3/89
4/89
4/92
6/93
12/94*
N.D.-130 (1/3)
N.D.-170 (4/8)
N.D.-35 (10/15)
N.D.-14 (5/7)
N.D.-8.7 (3/21)
N.D.-0.045 (3/11)
N.D.-4.4 (13/14)
0.0003
0.3
0.001
CREG
RMEGc
MCL
Dibenzofuran 8/88 N.D.-0.5 (1/8) 0.01
0.04
RMEGc
RMEGa
Phenanthrene 8/88
3/89
N.D.-230 (2/8)
N.D-2 (2/15)
Pyrene 8/88
3/89
N.D.-56 (2/8)
N.D.-0.64 (2/15)
0.3
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Naphthalene 8/88 N.D.-12 (2/8) 0.02
0.4
LTHA
CLHA
2-Methylnaphthalene 8/88 N.D.-240
Fluorene 8/88 N.D.-23 (2/8) 0.4
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Di-n-butylphthalate 8/88 N.D.-32 (1/8) 6.0
20.0
IEMEGc
IEMEGa
ppm - parts per million
N.D. - Not Detected above detection limit
* - includes extraction well data
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
RMEGc - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for children
RMEGa - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for adults
IEMEGc - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for children
IEMEGa - Intermediate Environmental Media Evaluation Guide for adults
MCL - Maximum Contaminant Level
LTHA - Lifetime Health Advisory
CLHA - Child Lifetime Health Advisory



Table 8.

Separate Phase Hydrocarbon Contaminant Concentrations in On- and Off-Site Groundwater Monitoring Wells
Contaminant Month/Year Concentration
(ppm)
Comparison Value
ppm Source
Toluene 4/92 14J 1.0 MCL
Ethyl benzene 4/92 2.8 0.7 MCL
Xylenes (Total) 4/92 14 10 MCL
Pentachlorophenol 4/89
4/92
6.7
9,400
0.001 MCL
Naphthalene 4/92 330 0.02 LTHA
2-Methylnaphthalene 4/92 6,600
Acenaphthene 4/92 520 0.6
2.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Dibenzofuran 4/92 740 0.01
0.04
RMEGc
RMEGa
Fluorene 4/92 850 0.4
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Phenanthrene 4/89
4/92
3.7
3,300
Anthracene 4/92 260 3.0
10.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Pyrene 4/89
4/92
1.2
1,300
0.3
1.0
RMEGc
RMEGa
Chrysene 4/92 280
Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate 4/92 480 0.2
0.7
RMEGc
RMEGa
Dioxins/Furans* 4/92 40.5** 0.00000003 MCL***
* - Seven different congeners were detected
** - Maximum concentration of the seven congeners
*** - MCL for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
ppm - parts per million
RMEGc - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for children
RMEGa - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide for adults
LTHA - Lifetime Health Advisory
MCL - Maximum Contaminant Level
J - Estimated value



Table 9.

Industrial Emissions of Reportable Quantities of Chemicals in Beardstown ZIP Code 62618 As Listed on the Toxic Chemical Release Inventory, 1996
Chemical Environmental
Media
1992
(pounds)
1993
(pounds)
1994
(pounds)
Ammonia Air
Land
250,100
284,500
275,000
342,000
244,624
546,497
Ethylene glycol Air 37,773 25,817 28,280


CERTIFICATION

This Public Health Assessment was prepared by the Department of Health under a cooperative agreement with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). It is in accordance with approved methodology and procedures existing at the time the health assessment was begun.

Gail D. Godfrey
Technical Project Officer
Superfund Site Assessment Branch (SSAB)
Division of Health Assessment and Consultation (DHAC)
ATSDR

The Division of Health Assessment and Consultation, ATSDR, has reviewed this Public Health Assessment and concurs with its findings.

Lisa C. Hayes
for Chief, SPS, SSAB, DHAC, ATSDR


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