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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

WOODSTOCK MUNICIPAL LANDFILL
WOODSTOCK, MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS


APPENDIX A. FIGURES

Figure 1
Figure 1.

Figure 2
Figure 2.

Figure 3
Figure 3.

Figure 4
Figure 4.


APPENDIX B. TABLES

Table 1.

Chemicals in landfill gas, November 7, 1990 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalConcentration
(ppb)
BenzeneN.D.-220
ChlorobenzeneN.D.-120
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene25-320
1,3,5-TrimethylbenzeneN.D.-70
Xylenes (total)20-440


Table 2.

Chemicals in leachate from the Woodstock Municipal Landfill, August 8, 1990 to February 8, 1991 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalConcentration
(ppb)
Volatile Organic Compounds
Benzene3-14
Semi-volatile Organic Compounds
1,4-DichlorobenzeneN.D.-8
4-MethylphenolN.D.-2
NaphthaleneN.D.-34
PentachlorophenolN.D.-3
Inorganic Compounds
Ammonia3,460-51,800
AntimonyN.D.-30
ArsenicN.D.-102
Barium810-10,800
BerylliumN.D.
CadmiumN.D.-333
Chromium86-1,400
Copper497-10,800
LeadN.D.-18,000
Manganese5,400-31,200
Mercury0.28-5.7
Nickel846-15,000
SeleniumN.D.-20.6
SilverN.D.-58
Thallium4.4-15.3
Vanadium94-1,320
Zinc8,140-185,000

N.D. = Not detected.
ppb = Parts per billion.


Table 3.

Chemicals of concern in on-site shallow monitoring wells, October 30, 1990 toApril 2, 1991 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalBackground
Concentration
(ppb)
Downgradient
Concentration
(ppb)
Comparison
Value
(ppb)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Volatile Organic Compounds



BenzeneN.D.-5N.D.-41CREG
Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds



bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalateN.D.N.D.-53; 200CREG; EMEG
Inorganic Compounds



AmmoniaN.D.-8,960240-17,6003,000Intermediate EMEG
ArsenicN.D.-19.2N.D.-9.60.02; 3CREG; RMEG
Manganese92-827202-1,09050RMEG
    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppb = Parts per billion.
    CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
    EMEG = Environmental Media Evaluation Guide.
    RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.


Table 4.

Chemicals of concern in on-site deep monitoring wells, October 30, 1990 to April2, 1991 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalBackground
Concentration
(ppb)
Downgradient
Concentration
(ppb)
Comparison
Value
(ppb)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Volatile Organic Compounds



BenzeneN.D.-2N.D.1CREG
Vinyl ChlorideN.D.N.D.-21*--
Inorganic Compounds



Ammonia320-2,100430-5,2103,000Intermediate EMEG
AntimonyN.D.N.D.-6.84RMEG
ArsenicN.D.N.D.-4.40.02; 3CREG; RMEG
Manganese163-40348-52950RMEG
    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppb = Parts per billion.
    CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
    EMEG = Environmental Media Evaluation Guide.
    RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.


Table 5.

Concentrations of chemicals in on- and off-site sediments, September 6, 1990 to April 3, 1991 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalBackground
Marsh
Concentration
(ppm)
On-site Marsh
Concentration
(ppm)
Background
Kishwaukee Creek
Concentration
(ppm)
Downstream
Kishwaukee Creek
Concentration
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
(ppm)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Illinois1
Soil
Background
(ppm)
Eastern U.S.2
Background
Soil (includes
Illinois;
ppm)
Semi-volatile Organic Compounds







4-Methylphenol--N.D.-0.18----*------
Inorganic Compounds







Arsenic5.5-12.52.3-2411.1-12.97.3-12.80.5; 0.6CREG; EMEGN.D.-24N.D.-73
Barium97,3-16146.8-316112-152165-172100RMEGN.D.-172010-1500
ChromiumN.D.-17.68.9-41.48.6-9.913.2-18.210RMEGN.D.-1511-1000
Lead42.1-45011.3-10972.8-73.018.7-58.3----4.7-647N.D.-300
Manganese181-1,260147-747148-152270-293300RMEG61.5-5510N.D.-7000
NickelN.D.-16.8N.D.-274N.D.16.9-28.5*; 40RMEGN.D.-135N.D.-700
ThalliumN.D.N.D.-3.7N.D.N.D.----0.02-2.8--
VanadiumN.D.-26.1N.D.-37.6N.D.N.D.6Intermediate EMEGN.D.-800N.D.-300
Zinc53.7-15342.7-806108-14087.8-513600RMEGN.D.-798N.D.-2900
    * = Suspected or known carcinogen, no slope factor available.
    -- = Data not available.
    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppm = Parts per million.
    CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
    EMEG = Environmental Media Evaluation Guide.
    RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.
    1IEPA, 1994.
    2Shacklette and Boerngen, 1984.


Table 6.

Concentrations of chemicals in on-site surface soil from the Woodstock Municipal Landfill, August 8, 1990 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalConcentration
(ppm)
Comparison
Value
(ppm)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Illinois Soil1
Background
(ppm)
Eastern U.S.2
Soil Background
(ppm)
Semi-volatile Organic Compounds




Benz(a)anthraceneN.D.-0.160*------
Benzo(b)fluorantheneN.D.-0.690*------
Benzo(k)fluorantheneN.D.-0.690*------
Benzo(g,h,i)peryleneN.D.-0.110--------
Benzo(a)pyreneN.D.-0.1700.1CREG----
Butylbenzyl phthalateN.D.-0.290*; 400RMEG----
ChryseneN.D.-0.180*------
Dibenz(a,h)anthraceneN.D.-0.048*------
DimethylphthalateN.D.-0.1--------
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyreneN.D.-0.100*------
PhenanthreneN.D.-0.079--------
Inorganic Compounds




Arsenic3.3-5.10.5; 0.6CREG; EMEGN.D.-24N.D.-73
Barium40.4-412100RMEGN.D.-172010-1500
CadmiumN.D.-2.31EMEGN.D.-8.2--
Chromium5.8-75.110RMEGN.D.-1511-1000
Lead17.4-73.6*--4.7-647N.D.-300
Manganese280-793300RMEG61.5-5510N.D.-7000
Nickel11.6-51.5*; 40RMEGN.D.-135N.D.-700
SilverN.D.-10.310RMEGN.D.-5.9--
VanadiumN.D.-15.56Intermediate EMEGN.D.-80N.D.-300
Zinc54.6-688600RMEGN.D.-798N.D.-2900
    * = Suspected or known carcinogen, no slope factor available.
    -- = Data not available.
    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppm = Parts per million.
    CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
    EMEG = Environmental Media Evaluation Guide.
    RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.
    1IEPA, 1994.
    2Shacklette and Boerngen, 1984.


Table 7.

Chemicals found in an on-site buried drum in the Woodstock Municipal Landfill, July 24, 1991 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalConcentration
(ppm)
Volatile Organic Compounds
Acetone17,000-730,000
Benzyl alcohol21-300
1,2- Dichloro- benzene12-300
Ethylbenzene340
4-Methyl-2- pentanone3,800-15,000
Toluene22,000-87,000
Xylenes310-1,400
Semi-volatile Organic Compounds
bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate76-250
Di-N-butyl phthalate100-120
Isophorone6,000-46,000
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Aroclor 1254120,000-140,000
Inorganic Compounds
MercuryN.D.-0.150

    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppm = Parts per million.


Table 8.

Concentrations of chemicals in on- and off-site surface water, September 6, 1990 to April 3, 1991 (Warzyn,Inc., 1992).
ChemicalOn-site Marsh
Concentration
(ppb)
Background
Kishwaukee
Creek
Concentration
(ppb)
Downstream
Kishwaukee
Creek
Concentration
(ppb)
Comparison
Value
(ppb)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Inorganic Compounds




ArsenicN.D.-2.4N.D.N.D.0.02; 3CREG; RMEG
Lead4.6-5.3N.D.N.D.*--
Manganese615-64152-54.564-86.550RMEG
Nickel121-141N.D.N.D.*; 200RMEG
    * = Suspected or known carcinogen, no slope factor available.
    -- = Data not available.
    N.D. = Not detected.
    ppb = Parts per billion.
    CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
    RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.


Table 9.

Industrial emissions of reportable quantities of chemicals in Woodstock zip code 60098 (TRI, 1993).
ChemicalEnvironmental
Medium
1987
(pounds)
1988
(pounds)
1989
(pounds)
1990
(pounds)
1991
(pounds)
AcetoneAir46,75049,37036,97013,436N.R.
Aluminum oxideAir250250N.R.N.R.N.R.
ChlorineAir10001,0001,0001,000N.R.
CopperAirN.R.50050026010
ManganeseAirN.R.N.R.N.R.1010
Methyl ethyl ketoneAir12,30020,4005,2902,650N.R.
NickelAir25050050026010
Nitric acidAir250250250250N.R.
Sodium hydroxideAir500N.R.N.R.N.R.N.R.
Sulfuric acidAir500500500500N.R.
TolueneAir52,00029,00019,00013,00017,111
1,1,1-TrichloroethaneAirN.R.250750750750
AcetoneWaterN.R.N.R.N.R.5N.R.
ChlorineWater750750750750N.R.
CopperWaterN.R.250250250N.R.
Methyl ethyl ketoneWaterN.R.N.R.N.R.5N.R.
NickelWater250250250250N.R.
Sodium hydroxideWater250N.R.N.R.N.R.N.R.

N.R. = Quantity not reportable.


Table 10.

Concentrations of chemicals in off-site private wells, July 24, 1990 (Warzyn, Inc., 1992).
ChemicalConcentration
(ppb)
Comparison
Value
(ppb)
Source of
Comparison
Value
Inorganic Compounds


ArsenicN.D.-2.60.02; 3CREG; RMEG
ManganeseN.D.-11950RMEG

N.D. = Not detected.
ppb = Parts per billion.
CREG = Cancer Risk Evaluation Guide.
RMEG = Reference Dose Media Evaluation Guide.


A. Completed Pathways

Table 11.

Sources of contamination, environmental transport pathways, exposurepathways, and possible receptors.
Source of ContaminationEnvironmental
Transport
Pathways
Exposure
Pathways
Possible
Receptors
Time
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
Surface soilDermal contact
Ingestion
Trespassers,
On-site workers,
Future on-site
residents
Past
Present
Future
B. Potential Pathways
Source of
Contamination
Environmental
Transport
Pathways
Exposure
Pathways
Possible
Receptors
Time
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
AirDermal contact,
Inhalation,
Ingestion (dust)
On- and off-site
workers, Nearby
residents,
Trespassers, Future
on-site residents
Past,
Present,
Future
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
GroundwaterDermal contact,
Inhalation,
Ingestion
Users of off-site
private wells
Future
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
SedimentsDermal contact
Ingestion
On-site workers,
Trespassers, Nearby
residents, Future
on-site residents
Past,
Present,
Future
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
Surface waterDermal contactOn-site workers,
Trespassers,
Nearby residents,
Future on-site
residents
Past,
Present,
Future
Woodstock
Municipal
Landfill
BiotaIngestionHunters, Future
on-site residents
Past,
Present,
Future



CERTIFICATION

This Woodstock Landfill Public Health Assessment was prepared by the Illinois Department ofPublic Health under a cooperative agreement with the Agency for Toxic Substances and DiseaseRegistry (ATSDR). It is in accordance with approved methodology and procedures existing atthe time the public 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 healthassessment and concurs with its findings.

Richard E. Gillig
Chief, SPS, SSAB, DHAC, ATSDR


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