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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

Sites P, Q and R

SAUGET AREA 2 LANDFILL
(a/k/a SAUGET AND COUNTY LANDFILL (SITE Q))
SAUGET, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS


TABLES

Table 1.

Chemicals of Interest in Surface Soil (in parts per million).
Chemical Site P Site R Site Q Soil Comparison Value (in ppm)
Northern Southern
Ponded Area Railroad
Benzene 450DJ - 0.004J - - 10 CREG
2-Hexanone - - 0.003J - - NV
4-Methyl-2-pentanone 0.036 - - - - NV
Phenanthrene 0.57J - 0.17J - - NV
Chrysene 2.2J - 0.29J 0.78 - NV
Benzo(k)fluoranthene 1.9J - 0.16J 0.59 - NV
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 3.9 - 0.41J 0.6 - NV
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 2.6J - - - - NV
Benzo(a)pyrene 1.6J - 0.25J 0.54 - 0.1 CREG
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 2J - 0.27J - - NV
Benzo(a)anthracene 1.1J - 0.41J 0.74 - NV
Acrolein - 100 - - - 30 EMEG
4-nitrodiphenylamine - 0.36 - - - NV
4-nitrochlorobenzene - 0.36 - - - NV
Lead 378 - 218 656 1,920 NV
Thallium 2 - - 3.81 0.972 NV
Arsenic 34.7 - 8.3 9.13 6.38 0.5 CREG
Cadmium 32.9 - 13.1 36.8 1.98 10 EMEG
Dieldrin - - 0.38P - - 0.04 CREG
Endrin ketone 0.052 - - - - NV
Aroclor 1254 - - - 0.434 311 1 EMEG
Total PCBs1 9.8BC 1.31 211BC 0.788 449 0.4 CREG

1 - Total = Aroclors -1242, 1254, 1260
J - Estimated Value
N - Presumptive evidence of the Chemical present
C - Confirmed
NV - No value
EMEG - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide
Dash - Chemical not detected
D - Analysis at secondary dilution factor
B - Chemical found in blank
P - Analyte present
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide


Table 2.

Chemicals of Interest in Subsurface Soil (in parts per million).
Chemical Site P Site R Remedial Investigation Site Q Soil Comparison Values
Northern Southern
Remedial Investigation (RI) Samples Prior to RI Pre-removal Post Removal2 Value (in ppm) Source
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene - 230 - 13000 - - 500 RMEG
1,2-Dichloroethene - 220 - 12 - - 8 CREG
4-Methyl-2-pentanone 0.049 2800 240J 250 - - NV
4-Nitroaniline - 8300 - - - - NV
Benzene 0.049 210 0.3J 44 - - 10 CREG
Chlorobenzene - 2400 4.4J - - - 1000 RMEG
Chrysene - - 9 6.4 - - NV
Pentachlorophenol - 790J 0.24J 100 - - 50 EMEG
Phenanthrene - - 5.3 5.2 - - NV
Toluene 0.41 3800 0.004J 2400 - - 1000 EMEG
Trichloroethene - 750 - 55 - - 2 CREG
2,4-Dichlorophenol - 16000D 3.3J 3100 - - 200 RMEG
2-Chlorophenol - 6900 0.2J 360 - - 300 RMEG
2-Nitroaniline - 1000 - - - - NV
4-Chloroaniline - 2000 - - - - 200 RMEG
Benzo(a)anthracene - - 5.4 - 270 - NV
Benzo(a)pyrene - - 3.7J - 813 - 0.1 CREG
Benzo(b)fluoranthene - - 0.15J 1.3 549 - NV
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene - - 2.7 - 260 - NV
Benzo(k)fluoranthene - - 3.8J - 535 - NV
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 0.23J 960 110DJ 1100 - - 500 EMEG
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene - - 1.5 - 174 - NV
Dibenzofuran - - 0.011J - - - NV
Dimethylphthalate - 14J - - - - NV
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene - - 0.31 - 507 - NV
Nitrobenzene - - - 56 - - 30 RMEG
Arsenic 4 R 147 6 - 19.9 - 20 EMEG
Cadmium 4 7 1.2 - 18.9 - 10 EMEG
Lead 526 64.7 16.6 - 2880 - NV NV
Mercury - 43 0.07 - - - 20 RMEG4
Vanadium - 645 28.7 - - - 200 EMEG
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol - 3900 0.027 - - - 60 CREG
4,4'-DDT - 52 - - - - 30 RMEG
Endrin aldehyde - 290 - - - - NV
Endrin ketone - 99 - - - - NV
Heptachlor epoxide - 0.6 - - - - 0.02 CREG
Aroclor 1254 - 1100 1.7 60 2.05 456 1 EMEG
Total PCBs1 - 4800 9 16000 3.15 456 0.4 CREG
TEQ 2,3,7,8-TCDD - - - 0.0033 - - 5E-05
2-Chloroaniline - 4900 4.8 - - - 200 RMEG3
3-Chloroaniline - 280 - - - - 200 RMEG3

1 - Total = Aroclors -1242, 1254, 1260
2 - Post-removal subsurface samples analyzed for PCBs only
3 - Comparison value for 4-Chloroanline
4 - Comparison Value for Mercuric Chloride
J = Estimated Value
D = Analysis at secondary dilution factor
N = Presumptive evidence of the Chemical present
TEQ 2,3,7,8-TCDD - Toxicity Equivalance of Dioxins and Furans to 2,3,7,8 - Tetrachloro-p-dibenzodioxin
NV - No value
RMEG - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide
EMEG - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide


Table 3.

Chemicals of Interest in Drums and Surface Waste at Site Q (in parts per million).
Chemical Central Portion Southern Portion Comparison Value
Drum Waste IEPA, 1994 Drums, USEPA, 1994 Drums Waste Pile Value Source
Trichloroethene - - 17000 0.022J 2 CREG
4-Methyl-2-pentanone - - 1800J - NV
1,1-Dichloroethane - - 54 - 8 CREG
Phenanthrene - - 11J 13 NV
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate - - 2300 120 500 EMEG
Benzo(a)anthracene - - - 5.8J NV
Benzo(a)pyrene - - - 6.9 0.1 CREG
Benzo(k)fluoranthene - - - 5.8J NV
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene - - - 2J NV
Chrysene - - 0.77J 8.2 NV
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene - - - 4J NV
Benzo(b)fluoranthene - - - 6J NV
Total PCBs1 51450BC 260000 5042 367 0.4 CREG
Cadmium - - 651 65.1 10 EMEG
Arsenic - - 138 9.32 0.5 CREG
Chromium 6.5 - 7400 384 200 RMEG (VI)
Toluene - - 23000 0.22 1000 EMEG
Lead 25.5 - 18400 764 NV
Ethylbenzene - - 40000 0.028J 3000 RMEG
Xylenes, Total 2.2 - 58000 0.296 10000 EMEG
Naphthalene - - 90000B 180B 1000 EMEG
4-Nitrophenol - 24JD - 2 NV
n-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine - 42JD - - 0.1 CREG
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol - 67JD - - NV
Dichloroaniline - - - - NV
2-Methylphenol (o-cresol) - - 18600 14 3000
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene - - 14000 0.2J NV
n-Propylbenzene - - 7100 - NV
Aroclor 1254 - - 4140 267 1 EMEG
n-Butylbenzene - - 760J 0.032J NV
3,4-Dimethylphenol - - 5300 45 NV
Antimony - - 257 - 20 RMEG
s-Butylbenzene - - 55J - NV
p-Isopropyltoluene - - 580 0.005J NV
Benzyl alcohol - - 24J - NV
4-Nitroaniline - - 19J - NV
Bromodichloromethane - - 1 - NV
2,4-Dimethylphenol - - 21400 34 1000 RMEG
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene - - - 1.4J NV
Dibenzofuran - - - 1.2J NV
bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether - - - 14 0.6 CREG
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene - - 40000 0.23 NV

1 - Total = Aroclors -242, 1254, 1260
D = Analysis at secondary dilution factor
NV - No comparison value
RMEG - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide
J = Estimated Value
B = Chemical found in blank
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
EMEG - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide
C = Confirmed


Table 4.

Chemicals of Interest in Sediments in Sauget Area 2 (in parts per million).
Chemical Site R Sediment2 Mississippi River Soil Comparison Value
Value Source
Chrysene 0.47 - NV
Phenanthrene 0.37 - NV
Benzo(a)anthracene 0.45 - NV
Benzo(a)pyrene 0.49 - 0.1 CREG
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 0.28J - NV
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 0.16J - NV
Benzo(k)fluoranthene 0.13J - NV
Carbazole 0.032J - NV
Dibenzofuran 0.066 - NV
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 0.1 - NV
Aniline - 3.4 NV
Arsenic 9.6 - 0.5 CREG
Lead 22.6 - NV
Dichlorprop - 1.1 NV
MCPP - 160 NV
Total PCBs1 1.5 0.12J 0.4 CREG

1- Total = Aroclors -1242, 1254, 1260
2 - Sediment seeps and surface drainageway
J - Estimated value
NV - No comparison value
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide


Table 5.

Chemical of Interest in Groundwater in Area 2, Sites Q and R (in parts per billion).
Chemical Site Q Site R - Pre2000 Site R - Remedial Investigation Drinking Water Comparison Values
Southern Portion Northern Portion Northern - RI Shallow (10-45 feet) Intermediate (46-95 feet) Deep (96-140 feet) Value Source
1,1-Dichloroethane 1400J - 31 3J - 4J - - NV
1,1-Dichloroethene - - - 7 - - - - 0.06 CREG
1,2-Dichloroethane - 3000 - 16000 - 16000 300 - 5 MCL
2-Chloroaniline - - 220J - 85000D 140000J 200000J 1600000EJ 40 RMEG1
2-Hexanone - 3500J - - - - - - NV
3-Chloroaniline - - 16J - 4700DJ 500000 1400000 100000J 40 RMEG1
Acetone - 7100B - 1700B - 17000J 420 - 3000 RMEG
Aniline - - 41J - 2600DJ 2400000 92000DJ 23000J 6 CREG
Benzene - 2000 660 1500 1100 4600J 560 94J 0.6 CREG
Chlorobenzene - 6700J 130 8100 34000 13000 3400 2000 100 LTHA
Chloroethane 1600J - - - - - - - NV
Chloroform - 1J - - - 180J - - 6 CREG
Ethylbenzene 4700 33J - 2J - 410J 410J 87J 700 LTHA
Methylene chloride 5900 2200BJ - - - 270J - - 5 CREG
Tetrachloroethene - - - - 510J - 57J - 5 MCL
Toluene 94000 1600J 51 760J 95J 4800 240 580 2000 RMEG
Trichloroethene - 2J - - 0.8J 360J 17J - 0.09 CREG
Xylenes, Total 32000 230 - 95J - 560J 960J 300 10000 LTHA
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 170J 390 - - 5J - 140J - 10 LTHA
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 9300 - - - - - - - NV
1,2-Dichlorobenzene - 2000 9J 340 120J 6500J 220000DJ 2900J 600 LTHA
1,4-Dichlorobenzene 4J 250 13J 550 190J 13000J 1200 -
2,4-Dichlorophenol - 14000E 530J 14000E 1500J 25000DJ 5000J 33000J 20 LTHA
2,4-Dimethylphenol 1355 2800 74J 160 - 2400J - 200 RMEG
2-Chlorophenol - 33000E 2300J 14000E 640J 26000J 92J 4800J 40 LTHA
2-Methylphenol - 350 1J - - 960 - - 500 RMEG
2-Nitroaniline - 2000 - - - - - - NV
3&4-Methylphenol - 23000E - 6100 27J 9800J - - 500 RMEG
3,4-Dimethylphenol 1355 - 280J - - - - - NV
3-Nitroaniline - 3900 - - - - - - NV
4-Chloroaniline - 15000E 19J 25000E 22000DJ 1000000DJ 2300000 160000J 40 RMEG
4-Methyl-2-pentanone - 2700J 5100 - - 1900 100 - NV
4-Nitrophenol - 80J - - 84J - - - 60 LTHA
Benzyl alcohol - 490 - 750 - - - - NV
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 4237 160 220DJ 37 3J 29J 220J - 3 CREG
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2700 - - - - - - - 70 LTHA
Dimethylphthalate - - 420DJ - - - - - NV
Di-n-butylphthalate 58J 12BJ 13J 7J - 73J - - NV
Di-n-octylphthalate - 7J 0.6J 40 - - - - NV
Hexachlorobenzene - - - 850 - - - - 0.02 CREG
Nitrobenzene - 820 - 420 88J 3600J 8J 5000J 2 RMEG
n-Propylbenzene 1200J - - - - - - - NV
Pentachlorophenol - 35000E - - - - - - 0.2 CREG
Phenol 192 190000E 13000DJ 60000E 18000DJ 120000DJ 3500J - 4000 LTHA
p-Isopropyltoluene 580J - - - - - - - NV
2-Methylnaphthalene 860 - - 200 - - - - NV
Naphthalene 9200B 70 - 82J 93J 13000DJ - - 100 LTHA
Phenanthrene 20J - - - - 0.6J - - NV
Antimony - - 72.3 - - - - - 4 RMEG
Arsenic 430 100 27.7 48 35.6 191 - 29.7 0.02 CREG
Barium - 384 403 440 431 1800 1550 - 700 RMEG
Beryllium 12 - - - - - - - 4 MCL
Cadmium 57 - - 20 - - - - 2 EMEG
Chromium (III) 299 13 - 40 - - - - 100 MCL
Cobalt - 148 - 120 24.1B - - - 100 EMEG
Cyanide, Total - 1560 - 14 - - - - 200 EMEG
Lead 432 - - 300 - - - - NV
Manganese - 13200 20400 11200 8040 5870 1880 - 500 RMEG
Nickel 311 74 - 1900 104 - - - 100 LTHA
Selenium 61 - - - - - - 50 EMEG
Thallium 18 - - - - - - - 0.5 LTHA
Zinc - 326 - 102R - 3420 1770 - 2000 LTHA
2,4,5-T 3800 - - - 1.1 19 - 70 LTHA
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol - 6000 64J 2100 450J 6400DJ 120J 43000J 3 CREG
2,4-D - - - - 850 22000 1100J - 70 LTHA
4,4'-DDD - - - - - - 3.4JN - 0.1 CREG
beta-BHC - - - - - 0.057P - - 0.02 CREG
delta-BHC - - - - - 0.063P - - 0.02 CREG
Dichlorprop - - - - - - - NV
Dieldrin - - - - - 0.17P - - 0.002 CREG
Aroclor 1254 133 - - - - - - - 0.2 RMEG
Total PCBs 370 - - 7.7 - - - - 0.02 CREG

1 - 4-chloroaniline used for comparison
2 - 2-chlorophenol used for comparison
3 - 4-nitrophenol used for comparison
J - Estimated value
D = Analysis at secondary dilution factor
N = Presumptive evidence of the Chemical present
E = Estimated value
B = Chemical found in blank
C = Confirmed
Dash = Chemical not detected
P = Analyte present
NV - No comparison value
RMEG - Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide
CREG - Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide
LTHA - Lifetime Health Advisory
MCL - Maximum Contaminant Level
EMEG - Environmental Media Evaluation Guide
RI - Remedial Investigation


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