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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

LANSON CHEMICAL COMPANY
EAST ST. LOUIS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS


TABLES



Table 1.

On-site Surface Soil Inorganic Analyses (in parts per million) (IEPA, 1985).
Compound Number of Detects Range Average Background1 Comparison
Aluminum 2/2 6435-7012 6723.5 700-<100,000 --
Antimony 1/2 9 -- <1-8.8 0.8-300 (RMEG)
Barium 2/2 94-115 104.5 10-5,000 100-50000 (RMEG)
Beryllium 1/2 1.1 -- <1-15 0.2 (CREG)
10-4000 (RMEG)
Calcium 2/2 91529-173412 132470.5 100-320,000 --
Chromium 2/2 24-25 24.5 1-2,000 2000-700000 (RMEG)
Cobalt 1/2 6 -- <3-70 --
Copper 2/2 13-16 14.5 <1-700 --
Iron 2/2 10212-11729 10970.5 100->100,000 --
Lead2 2/2 50-84 67 <10-700 1000 (IDPH)
Magnesium 2/2 7288-9329 8308.5 50->100,000 --
Manganese2 2/2 270-374 322 <2-7,000 10-4000 (RMEG)
Nickel 1/2 19 -- <5-700 40-10000 (RMEG)
Potassium 2/2 2036-2059 2047.5 56-63,000 --
Selenium2 2/2 17-27 22 <0.1-4.3 6-2000 (EMEG)
Silver2 2/2 2-4 3 0.01-5 10-4000 (RMEG)
Sodium 1/2 446 -- <500-100,000 --
Vanadium 2/2 18-25 21.5 <7-500 6-2000 (EMEG)
Zinc 2/2 119-169 144 <5-2,900 600-200000 (RMEG)

1 H.T.Shacklette and J.G. Boerngen, 1984.
2 Did not meet quality assurance criteria; may not accurately reflect true levels of elemental constituents.


Table 2.

On-site Surface Soil Organic Analyses (in parts per million) (IEPA, 1985).
Compound Number of Detects Range Average Comparison
Methylene Chloride 2/2 0.009-0.021 0.015 90 (CREG)
100-40000 (EMEG)
Acetone 2/2 0.13-0.134 0.132 400-100000 (EMEG)
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 1/2 0.073 -- 1000-400000 (RMEG)
Toluene 2/2 0.006-0.011 0.0085 400-100000 (RMEG)
Di-n-butylphthalate1 2/2 0.38-0.47 0.425 1000-400000 (EMEG)
Pyrene 1/2 0.38 -- 60-20000 (RMEG)
Benzo(a)pyrene 1/2 0.38 -- 0.1 (CREG)
2-Methyl-1-heptene1,2 2/2 0.95-0.98 0.965 --
4-Methyl-3-pentene-
2-one1,2
1/2 0.8 -- --
Ethylbenzene2 2/2 2.1-2.2 2.15 200-700000 (RMEG)
Dimethylbenzene1,2 2/2 4.16-5.06 4.61 --
Methylpyrene2 1/2 0.700 -- --
Hexadecanoic Acid2 1/2 22.0 -- --
Heptadecanoic Acid2 1/2 2.3 -- --
Octadecanoic Acid2 1/2 4.4 -- --
Hexadecanoic Acid, Dioctyl Ester2 2/2 1.5-5.6 3.55 --
2,5-Dimethyl-3-Hexane2 1/2 1.0 -- --
1-Phenoxy-1-1'-Biphenyl2 1/2 1.8 -- --
Arochlor 1248 2/2 2.93-5.26 4.095 0.09 (CREG)
0.4-10 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1254 2/2 7.3-10.1 8.7 0.09 (CREG)
0.4-10 (EMEG)

1 Found in Blanks; may indicate laboratory contamination.
2 Tentatively Identified Compounds


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Table 3.

On-site Surface Soil Inorganic Analyses (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Number of Detects Range Average2 Background1 Comparison
Aluminum 6/6 1010-5790 4848 700-<100,000 --
Antimony 1/6 7.9 -- <1-8.8 0.8-300 (RMEG)
Arsenic 6/6 1-3.9 3.3 <0.1-97 0.4 (CREG)
0.6-200 (EMEG)
Barium3 6/6 11-1060 246.5 10-5,000 100-50000 (RMEG)
Beryllium 4/6 0.63-0.65 0.64 <1-15 0.2 (CREG)
10-4000 (RMEG)
Cadmium3 6/6 1.7-11 6.2 0.01-0.7 1-500 (EMEG)
Calcium 6/6 7,900-210,000 98,000 600-370,000 --
Chromium3 6/6 7-1490 309 1-2,000 2000-700000 (RMEG)
Cobalt 5/6 4.6-32 10.6 <3-70 --
Copper3 6/6 4.4-470 98.7 <1-700 --
Iron 6/6 1570-11000 8253 100->100,000 --
Lead3 6/6 4.4-5740 1000 <10-700 1000 (IDPH)
Magnesium3 6/6 2350-18800 9773 50->100,000 --
Manganese 6/6 62-280 207 <800-7,000 6-4000 (RMEG)
Mercury 6/6 0.083-0.81 0.32 <0.01-4.6 4-10000 (EMEG)
Nickel3 6/6 4.3-20 12.3 <5-700 40-10000 (RMEG)
Potassium 6/6 290-1200 1062 50-63,000 --
Silver3 4/6 1.1-2.4 1.6 0.01-5 10-4000 (RMEG)
Sodium 6/6 84-429 242 <500-100,000 --
Vanadium3 5/6 7.4-15 11.3 <7-500 6-2000 (EMEG)
Zinc3 6/6 50-970 363 <5-2,900 600-200000 (RMEG)
Sulfide3 6/6 3.7-280 111 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--
Sulfate 6/6 15-160 61.6 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--
Cyanide 1/6 3.6 -- NA 40-10000 (RMEG)

1 H.T. Schacklette and J.G. Boerngen, 1984. 2 Average of samples with detected values only.
3 Did not meet all quality assurance criteria; may not accurately reflect true levels of elemental constituents.


Table 4.

On-site Surface Soil Organic Analysis (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Number of Detects Range Average3 Comparison
Methylene Chloride1 6/6 0.10-0.085 0.046 90 (CREG); 100-40000 (EMEG)
Acetone 1/6 0.014 -- 400-100000 (EMEG)
Chloroform1 6/6 0.007-0.018 0.014 100 (CREG); 20-7000 (EMEG)
Trichloroethylene 1/6 0.120 -- 60 (CREG); 1000-500000 (EMEG)
Tetrachloroethylene 2/6 0.017-20.0 10.01 10 (CREG); 200-70000 (EMEG)
Toluene 1/6 4.0 -- 400-100000 (RMEG)
Ethyl Benzene 1/6 11.0 -- 200-70000 (RMEG)
Xylene 1/6 120.0 -- 400-100000 (EMEG)
Benzoic Acid 1/6 0.56 -- 8000-3000000 (RMEG)
Naphthalene 1/6 1.3 -- --
2-Methyl Naphthalene 1/6 0.51 -- --
Phenanthrene 1/6 1.2 -- --
Fluoranthene 1/6 0.2 -- 80-30000 (RMEG)
Pyrene 1/6 0.28 -- 60-20000 (RMEG)
Di-n-butylphthalate1 1/6 1.2 -- 1000-40000 (EMEG)
Butylbenzylphthalate 1/6 2.1 -- 400-100000 (RMEG)
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate1 6/6 0.29-44.0 12.403 50 (CREG); 800-300000 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1248 6/6 1.7-120.0 45.233 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1254 6/6 1.7-120.0 45.75 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Hexadecanoic Acid2 4/6 23.0-88.0 47.3 --
Trichlorobiphenyl2 1/6 1.6 -- 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Tetrachlorobiphenyl2 2/6 10.4-21.4 15.9 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Pentachlorobiphenyl2 3/6 11-55 28 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Hexachlorobiphenyl2 2/6 1.3-16.7 9 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
3'-phenyl-1,1':2',1-Terphenyl2 1/6 1.9 -- --
1,1':2',1:3,1-Quaterphenyl2 1/6 10.5 -- --
Octane2 1/6 0.190 -- --
Dimethylcyclohexane2 1/6 0.024 -- --
1,2-Dimethylbenzene2 1/6 25.0 -- --

1 Found in Blank; may indicate laboratory contamination 2 Tentatively Identified Compound
3 Average of samples with detected values only.




Table 5.

Dioxin and Furan Analysis of Surface Soil Sample X1-SS07
(in parts per billion) (CDM, 1991).
Isomer Concentration Toxicity Equivalence1 Factor 2,3,7,8-TCDD equivalent
Dioxins
2,3,7,8-TCDD2 0.004 1 0.004
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD3 0.01 0.5 0.005
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD4 0.02 0.1 0.002
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD 0.065 0.1 0.0065
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD 0.06 0.1 0.006
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD5 1.2 0.01 0.012
OCDD6 15.0 0.001 0.015
Furans
2,3,7,8-TCDF7 0.13 0.1 0.013
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF8 0.045 0.05 0.00225
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF 0.425 0.5 0.2125
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF9 0.565 0.1 0.0565
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF 0.55 0.1 0.055
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF 0.11 0.1 0.011
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF10 0.27 0.01 0.027
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF 0.02 0.01 0.002
OCDF11 0.62 0.001 0.00062
Total 2,3,7,8-TCDD equivalent 0.42857

1 International Toxicity Equivalence Factors as cited in Michaud, et al. 1994
2 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
3 Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
4 Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
5 Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
6 Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
7 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-furan
8 Pentachlorodibenzo-p-furan
9 Hexachlorodibenzo-p-furan
10 Heptachlorodibenzo-p-furan
11 Octachlorodibenzo-p-furan


Table 6.

On-site Composite and Grab Surface Soil Contaminants (in parts per million) (USEPA, 1992).
Compound Number of Detects Range Average1 Comparison
Arochlor 1016 10/37 2-36 17.0 0.09 (CREG); 0.1-50 (RMEG)
Arochlor 1016/1254 4/37 13-33 20.3 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Arochlor 1242 2/37 89-272 180.5 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Arochlor 1248 4/37 68-374 190.5 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Arochlor 1254 4/37 3-5 4.3 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Arochlor 1248/1254 7/37 10-106 31.7 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)

1 Average of samples with detected values only.


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Table 7.

On-site Sub-surface Soil Inorganic Analyses (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average Background1 Comparison
Aluminum2 21/21 960-13,000 6023 700-<100,000 --
Arsenic 21/21 1.6-10 4.3 <0.1-97 0.4 (CREG); 0.6-200 (EMEG)
Barium 21/21 19-280 116 10-5,000 100-50000 (RMEG)
Beryllium 15/21 0.54-1.8 1.03 <1-15 0.2 (CREG); 10-4000 (EMEG)
Cadmium2 16/21 0.66-13 2.7 0.01-0.7 1-500 (EMEG)
Calcium2 21/21 820-100,000 16075 600-370,000 --
Chromium 19/21 2.4-29 11.2 1-2,000 200-700000 (RMEG)
Cobalt2 12/21 5.8-15 8.1 <3-70 --
Copper2 15/21 2.7-71 20.1 <1-700 --
Iron 21/21 2,700-30,300 10946 100->100,000 --
Lead2 21/21 2.4-320 35.3 <10-700 1000 (IDPH)
Magnesium2 21/21 520-8,600 3496 50->100,000 --
Manganese2 21/21 49-1100 326.6 <800-7,000 10-4000 (RMEG)
Nickel2 15/21 4.8-29 14.1 <5-700 40-10000 (RMEG)
Potassium 21/21 82-3200 1170 50-63,000 --
Selenium 4/21 0.65-58 15.1 <0.1-4.3 6-2000 (EMEG)
Silver2 3/21 1.6-62 22.2 0.01-5 10-4000 (RMEG)
Sodium 14/21 57-1000 275 <500-100,000 --
Vanadium2 16/21 6.1-22 12.3 <7-500 6-2000 (RMEG)
Zinc2 21/21 10-450 85.3 <5-2,900 600-200000 (RMEG)
Sulfide 11/21 8.2-350 77.2 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--
Sulfate2 21/21 15-550 160.7 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--

1 H.T. Shacklette and J.G. Boerngen, 1984.
2 One or more sample results did not meet all quality assurance steps. Results may be biased high or low.


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Table 8.

On-site Sub-surface Soil Organic Analysis (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average2 Comparison
Methylene Chloride1 27/27 0.006-0.025 0.017 90 (CREG); 100-40000 (EMEG)
Acetone1 16/27 0.032-0.19 0.079 400-1000000 (EMEG)
1,1-Dichloroethane 3/27 0.004-0.028 0.015 --
1,1-Dichloroethene 2/27 0.004-0.037 0.021 20-6000 (RMEG)
Chloroform1 6/27 0.003-0.007 0.004 100 (CREG); 20-7000 (EMEG)
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3/27 0.01-0.18 0.073 --
Ethylbenzene 4/27 0.008-0.51 0.17 200-700000 (RMEG)
Xylene 6/27 0.005-2.1 0.41 400-100000 (EMEG)
Toluene 2/27 0.002-0.004 0.003 400-100000 (EMEG)
2-Butanone 1/27 0.051 -- --
Tetrachloroethane 1/27 0.012 -- 10 (CREG); 200-70000 (EMEG)
Bromodichloromethane 1/27 0.001 -- 10 (CREG); 40-10000 (EMEG)
Naphthalene 2/21 0.17-0.19 0.18 --
2-Methylnaphthalene 3/21 0.035-0.16 0.072 --
Acenaphthylene 1/21 0.037 -- --
Phenanthrene 3/21 0.11-0.22 0.17 --
Anthracene 1/21 0.041 -- 600-200000 (RMEG)
Di-n-butyl phthalate 4/21 0.018-0.04 0.032 1000-400000 (EMEG)
Fluoranthene 3/21 0.092-31 0.22 80-30000 (RMEG)
Pyrene 5/21 0.071-0.38 0.25 60-20000 (RMEG)
Butyl benzyl phthalate 2/21 0.003-0.052 0.028 400-100000 (RMEG)
Chrysene 2/21 0.08-0.42 0.25 --
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 19/21 0.17-0.71 0.47 50 (CREG); 800-300000 (EMEG)
Di-n-octyl phthalate1 1/21 0.045 -- --
Delta-BHC 4/21 0.034-0.77 0.3 --
Heptachlor epoxide 5/21 0.07-1.5 0.6 0.08 (CREG); 0.03-9 (RMEG)
Aldrin 1/21 0.017 -- 0.04 (CREG); 0.06-20 (EMEG)
Dieldrin 1/21 0.036 -- 0.04 (CREG); 0.1-40 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1248 2/23 0.12-5.7 2.9 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1254 1/23 0.88 -- 0.09 (CREG); 0.4-10 (EMEG)

 

1 Found in laboratory or field blanks; may indicate laboratory contamination
2 Average of samples with detected values only.


Table 9.

On-site Sub-surface Soil Furan and Dioxin Analysis (X1-SB05A)(in parts per billion) (CDM, 1991).
Isomer Concentration Toxic Equivalence1 Factor 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalent
Dioxin
OCDD2,6 0.2 0.001 0.0002
Furans
2,3,7,8-TCDF3 0.04 0.1 0.004
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF4 0.007 0.5 0.0035
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF5,6 0.009 0.1 0.0009
Total 2,3,7,8-TCDD equivalent 0.009

1 International Toxicity Equivalence Factors as cited in Michaud, et al. 1994.
2 Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
3 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-furan
4 Pentachlorodibenzo-p-furan
5 Hexachlorodibenzo-p-furan
6 No specific concentration identified as maximum possible concentration used in estimation


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Table 10.

On-site Sump Sediment Inorganic Analysis (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average Background1 Comparison
Aluminum2 2/2 2030-2940 2485 700-<100,000 --
Antimony 2/2 0.97-1.2 1.1 <1-8.8 0.8-300 (RMEG)
Arsenic 2/2 3.0-3.4 3.2 <0.1-97 0.4 (CREG)
0.6-200 (EMEG)
Barium2 2/2 91-150 121 10-5,000 100-50000 (RMEG)
Beryllium 2/2 0.8-1.0 0.9 <1-15 0.1 (CREG)
10-4000 (RMEG)
Cadmium2 2/2 7.2-7.3 7.25 0.01-0.7 1-500 (EMEG)
Chromium2 2/2 160-170 165 1-2,000 2000-700000 (RMEG)
Cobalt 2/2 7.5-8 7.8 <3-70 --
Copper2 2/2 58-130 94 <1-700 --
Iron2 2/2 58-130 94 100->100,000 --
Lead2 2/2 83-110 96.5 <10-700 1000 (IDPH)
Magnesium2 2/2 8030-18,400 13,215 50->100,000 --
Manganese2 2/2 120-130 125 <800-7,000 6-4000 (RMEG)
Mercury2 2/2 0.79-1.2 0.99 <0.01-4.6 4-1000 (RMEG)
Nickel2 2/2 10-12 11 <5-700 40-10000 (RMEG)
Potassium 2/2 380-650 515 50-63,000 --
Selenium 2/2 0.75-0.8 0.65 <0.1-4.3 6-2000 (EMEG)
Silver2 2/2 1.6-2.2 1.9 0.01-5 10-4000 (RMEG)
Sodium 2/2 520/590 555 <500-100,000 --
Thallium 2/2 0.69-0.83 0.76 2.2-31 --
Vanadium 2/2 7.5-8 7.75 <7-500 6-2000 (EMEG)
Zinc2 2/2 330-440 385 <5-2,900 600-200000 (RMEG)
Cyanide 2/2 0.25-0.33 0.29 NA 40-10000 (RMEG)
Sulfide 2/2 950-1700 1325 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--
Sulfate 2/2 65-73 69 <800-48,000
(total sulfur)
--

1 H.T. Shacklette and J.G. Boerngen, 1984.
2 One or more sample results did not meet quality assurance steps. Results may be biased high or low.


Table 11.

On-site Sump Sediment Organic Analysis (in parts per million) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average Comparison
Methylene Chloride1 2/2 2.3-5.3 3.8 90 (CREG)
100-400000 (EMEG)
Acetone 1/2 2.0 -- 400-100000 (EMEG)
1,1-Dichloroethane 2/2 2.7-5.2 3.95 --
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2/2 1.6-5.4 3.5 --
Benzene 1/2 0.9 -- 20 (CREG)
Toluene 2/2 150-280 215 400-100000 (EMEG)
Ethylbenzene 2/2 970-2000 1485 200-700000 (RMEG)
Xylenes 2/2 5300-9600 7450 400-100000 (EMEG)
4-Methyl phenol 1/2 3/8 -- --
Naphthalene 2/2 75-350 212.5 --
2-Methylnaphthalene 2/2 18-55 36.5 --
Dibenzofuran 1/2 19 -- --
Fluorene 1/2 21 -- 880-30000 (RMEG)
Phenanthrene 1/2 3 -- --
Pyrene 1/2 1.1 -- 60-20000 (RMEG)
Butylbenzylphthalate 1/2 3.8 -- 400-100000 (RMEG)
Chrysene 2/2 17-150 83.5 --
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate1 2/2 77-220 148.5 50 (CREG)
800-300000 (EMEG)
Di-n-butyl phthalate 1/2 13 -- 1000-400000 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1248 2/2 210-510 360 0.09 (CREG)
0.4-10 (EMEG)
Aroclor 1254 2/2 170-340 255 0.09 (CREG)
0.4-10 (EMEG)

1 Found in laboratory or field blanks; may indicate laboratory contamination


Table 12.

On-site Groundwater Inorganic Analysis (in parts per billion) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average Comparison
Arsenic 2/4 22-32 17 0.02 (CREG)
0.3-10 (EMEG)
Barium 4/4 100-240 172.5 700-2000 (RMEG)
Beryllium1 1/4 7 -- 0.008 (CREG)
50-200 (RMEG)
Calcium1 4/4 87,700-115,000 103,175 --
Iron1 4/4 73-8,090 2,988 300 (SMCL)2
Magnesium 4/4 33,000-56,400 40,125 --
Managnese1 4/4 1,430-4,780 3,225 50-200 (RMEG)
Potassium 4/4 2,700-6,000 3,750 --
Silver1 4/4 26-43 33.3 50-200 (RMEG)
Sodium 4/4 10,100-68,000 31,475 20000 (IDPH)
Sulfate 4/4 49,000-120,000 86,000 250,000 (SMCL)2

1 One or more results does not comply with quality assurance plan; samples may be biased high or low.
2 SMCL = Secondary Maximum Contaminant Level set for aesthetic purposes.


Table 13.

On-site Groundwater Organic Analysis (in parts per billion) (CDM, 1991).
Compound Frequency Range Average 2 Comparison
Methylene chloride1 4/4 6/8 6.5 5 (CREG)
1000-2000 (EMEG)
Acetone 1/4 13 -- 2000-7000 (EMEG)
1,1-Dichloroethane 1/4 2,400 -- --
1,1-Dichloroethene 2/4 6-1,000 503 0.06 (CREG)
90-300 (EMEG)
1,2-Dichloroethene (total) 1/4 56 -- 3000-10000 (EMEG-cis)
200-700 (RMEG-trans)
Chloroform1 2/4 6-8 7 6 (CREG)
100-400 (EMEG)
1,2-Dichloroethane 1/4 21 -- 0.4 (CREG)
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1/4 8,000 -- 200 (LTHA)
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 1/4 46 -- 0.6 (CREG)
400-1000 (EMEG)
Trichloroethene 1/4 3 -- 3 (CREG)
400-1000 (EMEG)
Benzene 1/4 22 -- 1 (CREG)
Toluene 1/4 8 -- 2000-7000 (RMEG)
Ethylbenzene 1/4 1,100 -- 1000-4000 (RMEG)
Xylene 2/4 51-2,400 1,226 2000-7000 (EMEG)
Di-n-butyl phthalate 1/4 2 -- 6000-20000 (EMEG)
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthlate1 4/4 13-16 14 3 (CREG)
4000-10000 (EMEG)

1 Found in trip or field blank; may indicate laboratory contamination
2 Average of samples with detected values only.


Table 14.

Tank Contents Inorganic Analysis (in parts per million) (USEPA, 1992).
Compound Frequency Range Average Comparison
Barium 1/3 0.41 -- 100 (TCLP)
Cadmium 1/3 0.27 -- 1 (TCLP)
Chromium 1/3 0.061 -- 5 (TCLP)
Lead 1/3 2.0 -- 5 (TCLP)


Table 15.

Tank Contents Organics and PCB Analysis (in parts per million) (USEPA, 1992).
Compound Frequency Range Average Comparison
Methyl ethyl ketone 3/3 2-38 14 200 (TCLP)
Benzene 1/3 7.4 -- 0.5 (TCLP)
Tetrachloroethylene 2/3 0.16-78 39.1 0.7 (TCLP)
Trichloroethylene 2/4 0.41-7 3.7 0.5 (TCLP)
Creosols 2/3 2.6-11,000 5,501 200 (TCLP)
Aroclor 1242 3/3 2.2-13,000 5,034 50 (TCLP)


Table 16.

Off-site Composited Residential Yard and Garden Soil Inorganic Analysis (in parts per million) (USEPA, 1992).
Compound Concentration Background Average1 Comparison Value
Arsenic 12.1 7.2 0.4 (CREG)
0.6-200 (EMEG)
Barium 149 580 100-50000 (RMEG)
Cadmium 3.25 0.06 1-500 (EMEG)
Chromium 13 54 200-700000 (RMEG)
Lead 128 19 1000 (IDPH)
Mercury 0.11 0.09 4-1000 (EMEG)

1 H.T. Shacklette and J. G. Boerngen, 1984.


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Table 17.

Off-site Composited Residential Soil Organic Analyses (in parts per million) (USEPA, 1992).
Compound Concentration Average Urban
Concentration Range
Comparison Value (ppm)
Methylene Chloride1 0.114 NA3 90 (CREG)
100-40000 (EMEG)
Toluene 0.014 NA3 400-100000 (EMEG)
Xylene 0.008 NA3 400-100000 (EMEG)
Phenanthrene 0.3 0.048-0.142 --
Carbazole 0.075 NA3 --
Benzo(a)anthracene 0.230 0.169-592 --
Chrysene 0.170 0.251-0.642 --
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 0.370 15-622 --
Benzo(k)fluoranthene 0.150 0.3-262 --
Benzo(a)pyrene 0.250 0.17-0.222 0.1 (CREG)
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 0.200 8-612 --
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 0.190 0.9-472 --

1 Found in laboratory or field blank; may indicate laboratory contamination.
2 ATSDR, 1994b.
3 NA = Not available.


Table 18.

Total Air Emissions (lbs) - Toxic Release Inventory (1987-1992)(Zip Codes - 62201, 62205, 62206, 62207) (USEPA, 1994).
Zip Code 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992
62201 269,485 183,357 228,290 238,652 238,167 238,535
62205 88,828 85,871 87,252 94,416 209,976 237,725
62206 5,100,040 4,769,488 4,093,743 2,348,280 2,356,495 2,036,216
62207* 0 0 9,800 0 0 0

*Includes Lanson Chemical


Table 19.

1991 - 1992 Toxic Release Inventory - Zip Code 62201 (USEPA, 1994).
Zip Code 62201 (East St. Louis/Sauget)*
Compound Air Releases (lbs)
1991 1992
Ammonia 9,760 9,550
Barium 177 180
Chlorine 1 1
Hydrochloric Acid 9,735 9,920
Maleic Anhydride 4,206 4,808
Methanol 5,290 5,500
Napthalene 4,600 9,400
Styrene 230 180
Sulfuric Acid 121,523 121,132
t-Butyl Alcohol 3,600 4,600
Xylene 7,700 2,350
Zinc** 55,353 54,548
Cadmium** 3,105 3,453
Lead** 3,464 3,457
Manganese** 755 755
Benzene 1,316 1,314
Copper** 507 507
Arsenic 255 255
Glycol Ethers 680 620
Ethylene Glycol 6,000 6,000

* No releases to water, land (excepting zinc, cadmium, lead, manganese, and copper) or underground injection reported in this zip code.

** Land disposal also reported for the following compounds (lbs) in 1991 only: zinc (867,177), cadmium (12,170), lead (2,500), manganese (250), and copper (250).


Table 20.

1991 - 1992 Toxic Release inventory - Zip Code 62205 (USEPA, 1994).
Zip Code 62205 (East St. Louis)
Compound Air Releases (lbs)
1991 1992
Sulfuric Acid 738 658
Hydrochloric Acid 47,135 41,153
Ammonia 3,456 3,152
Butyl Acrylate 9,814 9,868
Ethylene Glycol 3,262 2,161
Ethylbenzene 17,859 17,282
Xylene 75,130 114,100
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 1,234 1,092
n-Butyl Alcohol 755 750
Methyl Methacrylate 3,134 2,215
Hydrogen Fluoride 5,250 6,200
Glycol Ethers 750 750
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 2,085 1,773
Barium** 1,639 1,678
Cobalt 274 346
Chromium 13 17
4,4-Isopropylidenediphenol -- 5
Toluene 13,032 9,213
Styrene 22,681 22,736
Phthalic Anhydride 5 250
Toluene 2,4-Diisocyanate 1,725 1,316
Toluene 2,5-Diisocyanate -- 250
Naphthalene -- 250
Cumene -- 255
sec-Butyl Alcohol -- 250

* No water releases, land disposal (excepting barium) or underground injections reported for this zip code in 1991 and 1992.

** Land disposal of barium listed as 301,588 lbs in 1991 and 174,861 lbs in 1992.


Table 21.

1991 - 1992 Toxic Release Inventory - Zip Code 62206 (USEPA, 1994).
Zip Code 62206 (Sauget/Cahokia)*
Compound Air Releases (lbs)
1991 1992
1,1,1-Trichloroethene 610,000 500,000
Benzene 86,000 50,000
Chlorine 153,400 148,300
Ethylene Glycol 2,515 4,915
Hydrochloric Acid 450,070 492,000
Nitric Acid 21,000 21,000
Sulfuric Acid 10,300 10,270
Phosphoric Acid 1,105 1,100
Chlorobenzene 44,000 58,000
1,3-Dichlorobenzene 340 750
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 1,300 830
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 33,000 31,000
Ammonia 25,700 19,600
1,2-Dichlorobenzene 6,500 18,600
1,4-Dichlorobenzene 16,600 53,000
5-Nitrophenol 8,800 100
Phosphorus 10 3
Xylene 800,000 540,000
Zinc 6,400 7,500
Lead 6,300 7,600
Nickel 6 14
Copper 23,600 28,000
Chromium 49 133
Aniline 33,800 29,700
1,4-Dioxane 15,700 12,900
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene -- 1

*No releases to water, land, or underground injections reported in this zip code.


Table 22.

1991 - 1992 Toxic Release Inventory - Zip Code 62207 (USEPA, 1994).
Zip Code 62207 (East St. Louis Including Lanson Chemical)
Compound Air Releases (lbs)
1991 1992
No reported releases to air, water, land or underground injection in 1991 or 1992


Table 23.

Completed Exposure Pathways
Pathway Name Source Media Exposure Point Exposure Route Receptor
Population
Time of Exposure Estimated Number Exposed Chemicals
Vapors Operations, leaks, spills, disposal Air Interior/exterior residential air, workplace air Inhalation Residents,
workers
Past 150 organic solvents
Site Surface Soils Spills, leaks, disposal Soils, dust Site, soils Dermal, ingestion, dust inhalation Workers,
trespassers,
children
Past 60 Tables 1 - 15
Waste Materials Tanks and drums, storage, leaks, spills Liquid and solid waste Building interior, tank farm, drums Dermal, inhalation, ingestion Workers, trespassers, children Past 60 Tables 1 - 15
Remedial Activities Operations, spills, leaks, disposal, storage Surface water, surface and sub-surface soils, sediments, building surface, tanks, drums Site soils, excavation, building interior, tanks, drums Dermal, inhalation Remedial
workers
Past 20 Tables 1 - 15
Off-Site Surface Soils Air deposition, surface run-off Soils and dust Drainage ditch, northeast of site (vacant lot) Dermal, ingestion, inhalation Gardeners,
children
Past and present 100 Tables 15 & 16


Table 24.

Potential Exposure Pathways
Pathway Status Source Media Exposure
Point
Exposure
Route
Population
Exposed
Sub-surface Soils Incomplete Leaks, spills, improper disposal On-site sub-surface soils Excavation or digging on-site Dermal, ingestion, inhalation Construction workers
Drinking Water Incomplete Leaks, spills, improper disposal Groundwater Private wells Ingestion, inhalation, dermal Residents, business patrons, business employees
Indoor Air Incomplete Leaks, spills, improper disposal Groundwater, soil gas Interior of buildings Inhalation Residents, business patrons, business employees



FIGURES


Figure 1. Site Location Map


Figure 2. Site Diagram (CDM, 1991)


Figure 3. Site Soil Profile Map A to A' (CDM, 1991)


Figure 4. Site Soil Profile Map B to B' (CDM, 1991)


Figure 5. Site Groundwater Contour Map (CDM, 1991)


Figure 6. PCB Surface Soil Contamination (CDM, 1991)


Figure 7. Surface Soil Sample Location Map (CDM, 1991)


Figure 8. PCB Surface Soil Sample Location Map (USEPA 1992)


Figure 9. Sub-surface Soil Sample Location Map (CDM, 1991)


Figure 10. Stormwater Sump Location Map (CDM, 1991)


Figure 11. Groundwater Monitoring Well Location Map (CDM, 1991)


Figure 12. Interior Map and Sample Locations for 1992 Emergency Response Action (E&E, 1992)


Figure 13. Off-site PCB Surface Soil Location Map With Analytical Results (IEPA, 1992)


Figure 14. Off-site Surface Soil Location Map (IDPH, 1993)


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