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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

JENNISON-WRIGHT CORPORATION
GRANITE CITY, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS


FIGURES


Figure 1. Jennison-Wright Site Location Map


Figure 2. Jennison-Wright Site Map


Figure 3. Jennison-Wright Corp, Granite City, Illinois


Figure 4. Location of 1991 IEPA Surface Soil Samples



TABLES

Table 1.

1993 Toxic Release Inventory Data for Zip Codes 62040, 62060, 62090
Company CompoundAir
Release
(lbs/yr)
Water
Release
(lbs/yr)
Land
Disposal
(lbs/yr)
Total
Affiliated Metal Co.Sulfuric acidNo Data000
Air Products Mfg. Corp.Sulfuric acid6No Data06
Reilly Ind. Inc.Anthracene1,000No Data01,000
Reilly Ind. Inc.Benzene11,330No Data011,330
Reilly Ind. Inc.Biphenyl1,000No Data01,000
Reilly Ind. Inc.Cresol1,000No Data01,000
Reilly Ind. Inc.Naphthalene3,443No Data03,443
Reilly Ind. Inc.Phenol33,330No Data033,330
Reilly Ind. Inc.Xylene1,425No Data01,435
Taracorp Ind.Lead50No Data050
Taracorp Ind.Antimony0No Data00
Precoat MetalsMethyl Ethyl Ketone31,652No Data031,652
Precoat MetalsN-Butanol10,829No Data010,829
Precoat MetalsToluene1,371No Data01,371
Precoat MetalsXylene13,356No Data013,356
Precoat MetalsMethyl Isobutyl Ketone3,378No Data03,378
Precoat MetalsGlycol Ethers26,811No Data026,811
Precoat MetalsAntimony176No Data0176
Precoat MetalsChromium701No Data0701
Granite City Steel Aluminum 6,040 10,000 210,064 226,104
Granite City Steel Ammonia 21,900 47,000 0 68,900
Granite City Steel Anthracene 350 0 0 350
Granite City Steel Barium 1,008 4,200 5,100 10,308
Granite City Steel Benzene 22,000 5 0 22,005
Granite City Steel Chromium 550 650 191,100 192,300
Granite City Steel Copper 772 580 4,910 6,262
Granite City Steel Cresol 675 0 0 675
Granite City Steel Cyanide 290 950 0 1,240
Granite City Steel Dibenzofuran 274 0 0 274
Granite City Steel Ethylene Glycol 49,000 310 5,300 54,610
Granite City Steel Ethylene 18,500 No Data 0 18,500
Granite City Steel Hydrochloride Acid 4,900 0 15 4,915
Granite City Steel Ethylbenzene 743 0 0 743
Granite City Steel Lead 1,470 635 101,000 103,105
Granite City Steel Manganese 9,300 9,000 576,000 594,300
Granite City Steel Methanol 94,000 No Data 35 94,035
Granite City Steel Naphthalene 1,960 2 0 1,962
Granite City Steel Phenol 445 400 0 845
Granite City Steel Phosphoric Acid 30,000 0 110 30,110
Granite City Steel Sulfuric Acid 820 0 360 1,180
Granite City Steel Toluene 3,600 0 0 3,600
Granite City Steel Xylene 1,700 0 0 1,700
Granite City Steel Zinc 98,000 3,000 3,569,000 3,670,000
Granite City Steel Chlorine 4,255 660 0 4,915
Granite City PicklingHydrochloric Acid3,050No Data03,050
Am. Steel FoundriesChromium0No Data00
Heidtman Steel ProductChromium5No Data05
Heidtman Steel ProductNickel5No Data05
Heidtman Steel ProductHydrochloric Acid1,000No Data01,000
Spectralite ConsortiumChromium255No Data0255
Spectralite ConsortiumZinc1,500No Data01,500
Spectralite ConsortiumCopper1,000No Data01,000
Spectralite ConsortiumManganese500No Data0500
TOTALS520,72577,3924,662,9795,261,121



Table 2.

On-site Subsurface Soil Sample Analyses for Jennison-Wright in mg/kg
Compound
Area Totals On-site Comparison Value
A f B f C f D2 f E f F f Other f Range Frequency Soilppm Source
VOLATILES
Benzene00/90.0071/400/46.2-8.93/30-2.61/300/120.12-1803/30-1807/3820CREG
SEMIVOLATILES
Naphthalene0-0.448/120.037J-7004/40.015J-35.14/4210-208003/30.64-12903/30-2310/121700-2800003/30-28000035/41NONENONE
2-Methylnaphthalene0-0.11J4/90.00/40-2002/40-7202/30-5202/30-6.97/12220-420003/30-4200020/38NLNL
Acenaphthylene0-1.97/120-1.41/40-1.23/40-120J2/30/017J-1403/30-0.27J11/120-14001/30-140028/41NLNL
Acenaphthene0-4.94/120.02J-0.613/40-0.433/461-28703/30.5-14203/30.003J-7.812/12190-700003/30-7000031/41100/3000RMEG
Dibenzofuran0-0.215/90-0.16J3/40-6.42/40-4802/30-5302/30-7.77/12110-140003/30-1400024/38NLNL
Fluorene0-9.55/120.015-7604/40.013-85.74/487-9393/3180-9303/30.002-1012/12190-600003/30-6000034/4180/2000RMEG
Anthracene0-17.610/120.076J-684/41.2-73.74/40-16001/30-11602/30-3.410/120-250002/30-2500029/41600/20000RMEG
Pentachlorophenol0-<104/120-1.82/40-31302/40-13J2/30-27J1/30-0.222/120-190J1/30-313014/416CREG
Phenanthrene0-0.999/90.12-1103/40-353/40-15002/30-28002/30.001-3312/12640-2000003/30-20000034/38NLNL
Fluoranthene0.018-16.412/120-693/40.38-234/40-15002/30.06J-13003/30-1711/121200-980003/30-9800038/4180/2000RMEG
Pyrene0.015-15.912/120-2.93/40.44-15.34/40-12802/30.04J-11003/30-1111/121100-630003/30-6300035/4160/2000RMEG
Benz(a)anthracene0-0.24/90-6.73/40-1.33/40-2001/30-1402/30-2.27/12240-15003/30-150023/38NONENONE
Chrysene0-4.08/120-5.12/40-1.53/421-48403/30-18102/30-2.57/12440-180003/30-1800028/41NONENONE
Benzo(b)Fluoranthene0-1.25/120-3.42/40-0.043J2/40-572/30-11602/30-1.26/120-1400JD2/30-1400JD21/41NONENONE
Benzo(k)Fluoranthene0-0.163/90-4.32/40-0.0532/40-2202/300/30-1.25/120-17002/30-170016/38NONENONE
Benzo(a)Pyrene0-<25/120-3.812/40-0.441/40-1501/30-1801/30-1.14/120-29002/30-290016/410.1CREG
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene0-<35/120-0.542/40-0.27J1/40-391/300/30-0.13J3/120-5602/30-56014/41NONENONE
Benzo(g,h,i)Perylene0-<34/120-0.2J1/40-0.33J1/40-7.8J1/300/30-0.12J2/120-4402/30-44011/41NONENONE
Dibenz(a,h)Anthracene0-<34/120-0.351/400/400/300/300/1200/30-0.355/41NONENONE
DIOXINS AND FURANS
2,3,7,8-TCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.000002/

.00005

EMEG
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.0001CREG
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
OCDD.00261/10.00074-0.02652/20-2.93/40.0326-0.03852/20.7711/10.0014-0.00362/2XX0-2.911/12NLNL
2,3,7,8-TCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
OCDF00/10-0.00221/20-0.53/40-0.00221/20.07841/100/2XX0-0.56/12NLNL
TOTAL TCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL PeCDDXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL HxCDD00/100/20-0.00591/400/200/100/2XX0-0.00591/120.0001CREG
TOTAL HpCDD00/10-0.00451/20-0.393/40.003-0.01052/20.03381/10-0.000841/2XX0-0.398/12NLNL
TOTAL TCDFXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL PeCDF00/100/200/400/200/100/2XX00/12NLNL
TOTAL HxCDF00/10-0.00021/20-0.01351/40-0.000111/200/100/2XX3/120-0.0135NLNL
TOTAL HpCDF00/10-0.00121/20-0.173/40-0.000961/20.03631/100/2XX0-0.03636/12NLNL


Soil values are for pica child/child. 1-Dioxin results in ppb. 2-Includes one sludge sample
CompoundTable 3. Shallow Groundwater-Oil/Water Separator Sample Analyses for Jennison-Wright in ยตg/l
UpgradientDowngradientOil/Water SeparatorComparison Values
RangeFrequencyRangeFrequencyRangeFrequencyWater (ppb)Source
VOLATILES
Benzene00/50-1200B6/14791/11CREG
SEMIVOLATILES
Naphthalene00/50-55003/1400/120LTHA
2-Methylnaphthalene00/50-2603/1400/1NLNL
Acenaphthylene00/50-151/1400/1NLNL
Acenaphthene00/50-1903/1400/1600/
2000
RMEG
Dibenzofuran00/50-1102/1400/1NLNL
Fluorene00/50-853/1400/1400/
1000
RMEG
Anthracene00/50-4J1/1400/13000/
1000
RMEG
Pentachlorophenol00/50-1003/1400/10.3CREG
Phenanthrene00/50-1103/1400/1NLNL
Fluoranthene00/50-9JB9/1400/1400/
1000
RMEG
Pyrene00/50-152/1400/1300/
1000
RMEG
Benz(a)anthracene00/500/1400/10.1PMCL
Chrysene00/500/1400/10.2PMCL
Benzo(b)Fluoranthene00/500/1400/10.2PMCL
Benzo(k)Fluoranthene00/500/1400/10.2PMCL
Benzo(a)Pyrene00/500/1400/10.005CREG
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene00/500/1400/10.4PMCL
Benzo(g,h,i)Perylene00/500/1400/1NLNL
Dibenz(a,h)Anthracene00/500/1400/10.3PMCL
DIOXINS AND FURANS1
2,3,7,8-TCDDXXXXXX.00001/
.00004
EMEG
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDDXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDDXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDDXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDDXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDDXXXXXXNLNL
OCDD00/10.013-0.1094/4XXNLNL
2,3,7,8-TCDFXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDFXXXXXXNLNL
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDFXXXXXX0.3/1EMEG
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDFXXXXXX.000006CREG
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDFXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDFXXXXXXNLNL
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDFXXXXXXNLNL
OCDF00/10-0.0933/4XXNLNL
TOTAL TCDDXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL PeCDDXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL HxCDDXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL HpCDD00/10-0.311/4XXNLNL
TOTAL TCDFXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL PeCDFXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL HxCDFXXXXXXNLNL
TOTAL HpCDF00/10-0.0132/4XXNLNL

RMEGs and EMEGs values for water are for children.
1-Dioxin results in ppt.
Note - Detection limits for compounds varied between sampling events.
X - Compound not analyzed for in this sample.


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