May 1988                       EPA-700/8-88-049
Hazardous Waste Ground-Water
Task Force
Evaluation of
Mineral Research and
Development  Corporation
Harrisburg,  North  Carolina
       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
        N. C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
           DIVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES

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                              October 24,  1988
         Update of the Hazardous  Waste Ground Water  Task Evaluation
               of Mineral Research and Development Corporation
                         Harrisburg,  North Carolina
 The  United  States  Environmental Protection Agency's  (EPA) Hazardous Waste
 Ground  Water Task  Force  ("Task Force"),  in conjunction with  the North
 Carolina Department  of Human Resources (NCDHR), conducted an evaluation  of
 the  ground  water monitoring  program at Mineral Research and  Development
 Corporation's (MRDC) Harrisburg plant.   The on-site  inspection was
 conducted during March 15-20, 1987.  MRDC  facility is located
 approximately two  miles  east of Harrisburg, North Carolina.

 The  purpose of the Task  Force evaluation was to determine the adequacy of
 MRDC's  ground water monitoring program in  regard to  State and Federal
 ground  water monitoring  requirements.

 The  Task Force evaluation verified that  releases from MRDC's waste
 management  units had contaminated shallow  and deep ground water beneath
 the  facility.   Also, the evaluation found  that MRCD's ground water
 monitoring  program did not fully comply  with the regulatory standards
 contained in 40 CFR Part 265, Subpart F  and the State's counterpart
 regulations,  10 NCAC 10F .0033.

 On October  11,  1985, EPA issued to MRDC  a  Section 3008(a) Compliant and
 Compliance  Order that alleged that MRDC's  ground water monitoring program
 was  inadequate.  On March 23, 1988, MRDC and EPA entered into a Consent
 Agreement and  Final Order.  This order requires MRDC to conduct additional
 hydrogeologic  study, to install additional monitoring wells and to pay a
 $2400 civil  penalty.

 On March 30,  1988, NCDHR and EPA issued a joint Post-Closure Care Permit
 to MRDC.  This  permit also requires MRDC to conduct additional
 hydrogeologic  study and to install additional monitoring wells.

Presently, MRDC is following schedules contained in the order and the
permit.

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
HAZARDOUS WASTE GROUND WATER TASK FORCE
GROUND WATER MONITORING EVALUATION

MINERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Harrisburg, North Carolina


June 1988
Donald Hunter
Project Coordinator
Region IV, USEPA, Environmental Services Division
Athens,  Georgia

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                               EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


INTRODUCTION 	  1

BACKGROUND 	 	  2

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT COMPLIANCE AND PERMITTING ACTIONS 	  2
    Ground Water Compliance Summary 	  3
    Post-Closure Permit Summary 	  3

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS 	i	  4
    Hydrogeological Characterization 	  5
    Monitoring System 	:	  5
    Ground Water Quality Assessment 	  6
    Laboratory Evaluation 	"	  6
    Monitoring Data Analysis 	  7

TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS 	  7


                               TECHNICAL REPORT
INVESTIGATION METHODS 	  9
    Records/Documents Review 	  9
    Facility Inspection 	  9
    Laboratory Evaluation 	  9
    Ground Water Sampling and Analysis 	10
    Sampling Procedures 	10

WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS/WASTE CHARACTERISTICS 	12
    Impoundment No.  1 	12
    Impoundment No.  2 	12
    Impoundment No.  3 	12
    Impoundment No.  4 	12
    Impoundment No.  5 	13
    Impoundment Closure 	13

GEOLOGICAL/HYDROGEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION 	14
    Geology 	14
    General 	14
    Structural Geology 	15
    Hydrogeology	15
    Area of Inadequacy in Characterizaton 	16

INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS 	17

INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER MONITORING - DETECTION 	19
    Ground Water Monitoring System 	19
         Well Construction 	19
         Monitoring  Well Location 	20
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INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER MONITORING - ASSESSMENT 	22
    Outline 	22
    Assessment Efforts 	22
         November 1982 	22
         January 1985 through Present 	22
    Inadequacy of Ground Water Quality Assessment 	25

LABORATORY EVALUATION
    Sampling,  Preservation, Holding Times and Chain-of-Custody 	26
    Laboratory Sample Analysis 	27
    Quality Assurance and Data Documentation 	27
    Summary 	28

TASK FORCE ANALYTICAL DATA EVALUATION 	;.	29
    Metals - Task Force 	29
         Total versus Dissolved Values -.	29
         Silver 	29
         Arsenic 	29
         Barium 	29
         Beryllium 	29
         Cadmium 	30
         Cobalt 	30
         Chromium 	30
         Copper 	30
         Nickel 	30
         Lead 	30
         Vanadium 	30
         Zinc 	31
         Aluminum 	31
         Manganese 	31
         Calcium 	31
         Magnesium 	31
         Iron 	32
         Sodium 	32
         Potassium 	32
    Metals - Split Comparison 	32
    General Inorganic Parameters 	32
         Chloride 	32
         Nitrate-Nitrite Nitrogen 	32
         Sulfate 	33
    General Organic Parameters 	33
         Total Organic Carbon 	33
         Total Organic Halogen 	33
         Purgeable Organic Halogen 	33
    Selected Chlorinated Compounds	33
    Extractable Organic Compounds 	33
    Purgeable Organic Compounds 	33
    Data Review Summary 	34

REFERENCES 	35

LIST OF FIGURES 	iii

LIST OF TABLES 	iii

LIST OF APPENDICES 	iii
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LIST OF FIGURES

1 - Facility Location Map
2 - Facility Diagram
3 - Potentiometric Surface Map, Surficial Aquifer (Regolith),
    Process Wells Off
4 - Potentiometric Surface Map, Surficial Aquifer (Regolith),
    Process Wells On
5 - Resistivity Survey Map
6 - Plume Boundary Map (As Attributed to MRDC)
LIST OF TABLES

1 - Sampling Information Summary
2 - Sample Bottles and Preservatives  -
3 - Ground Water Monitoring Parameters Evaluated During HWGWTF
    Laboratory Audit
4 - Analytical Data Summary (Metals)
5 - Metals Data Summary (with Region IV Splits)
6 - Analytical Data Summary (All but Metals)
LIST OF APPENDICES

A - HWGWTF Field Sampling Data Sheets
B - HWGWTF Parameter List
C - EP Toxicity Analyses, Surface Impoundment Samples
D - MRDC Monitoring Well Construction Information
E - Complete HWGWTF Analytical Data
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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INTRODUCTION
    In the last several years, concerns have been raised about whether
hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDF's) are
complying with the ground water monitoring requirements promulgated under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).   In question is the ability of
existing or proposed ground water monitoring systems to detect contaminant
releases from waste management units.  To evaluate these systems and
determine the current compliance status,  the Administrator of the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established a Hazardous Waste Ground
Water Task Force (Task Force).  The Task Force comprises personnel from the
EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER),  National
Enforcement Investigations Center (NEIC),  Regional Offices and State
regulatory agencies.  The Task force is conducting in-depth on-site
investigations of TSDF's which are required to monitor ground water with the
following objectives:

    •  Determine compliance with interim status ground water monitoring
       requirements of 40 CFR Part 265 as promulgated under RCRA or the State
       equivalent (where the State has received RCRA authorization).

    •  Evaluate the ground water monitoring program described in the
       facility' s RCRA Part B permit application for compliance with 40 CFR
       Part 270.14(c).

    •  Determine if the ground water at the facility contains hazardous waste
       constituents.

    •  Provide, for commercial facilities,  information to assist the Agency
       in determining if the TSDF meets EPA ground water monitoring
       requirements for waste management  facilities receiving waste from
       response actions conducted under the Comprehensive Environmental
       Response,  Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA, Public Law 91-510).

    To address these objectives, each Task Force investigation will determine
if:

    •  The facility has developed and is  following an adequate ground water
       sampling and analysis plan

    •  Designated RCRA and/or State required monitoring wells are properly
       located and constructed

    •  Required analyses have been conducted on samples from the designated
       RCRA monitoring wells

    •  The ground water quality assessment  program outline (or plan,  as
       appropriate)  is adequate.

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    During March 15-20, 1987,  a Task Force team conducted an evaluation at
the Mineral Research and Development Corporation facility at Harrisburg,
North Carolina (Figure 1).   The inspection was coordinated by US-EPA
Region IV, Environmental Services Division (ESD) and consisted of personnel
from the ESD, as well as US-EPA Headquarters,  the US-EPA Region IV Residuals
Management Branch, the North Carolina Department of Human Resources (DHR),
and Versar, Inc., who was the sampling contractor for this evaluation.  In
general, the inspection involved review of state, federal, and facility
records; facility inspection,  laboratory evaluation and ground water sampling
and analyses.
BACKGROUND

    Mineral Research and Development Corporation (MRDC) operates an inorganic
chemical formulation facility on a 101-acre tract located just south of North
Carolina Highway 49 at Rocky River.  The plant is in Cabarrus County,
approximately two miles east of the Town of Harrisburg.  The surrounding
area, particularly north of Rocky River, is zoned agricultural or
industrial.  Some land, just across Rocky River from the facility, has been
recently rezoned rural/residential.

    Rocky River, forming most of the southern boundary, is classified as a
Class C stream.  In North Carolina, Class C streams are used for the
propagation of  fish and wildlife, for secondary recreation and for agri-
cultural purposes.  They are not used as sources of drinking water.

    MRDC manufacturers approximately 60 million pounds of inorganic chemicals
at the Harrisburg facility annually.  Three main product lines are produced:
arsenic acids and chromated copper arsenates, chlorides, and nitrates.  These
products are used in a variety of  industrial and agricultural applications.
The main production processes used at this plant are batch-type  reactions.

    The MRDC facility  is registered as  a generator and a treatment,  storage,
and disposal facility  for hazardous waste, and has been granted  interim
status  (EPA I.D. Number NCD048467427).  The land disposal units  for which  the
facility was required  to  implement a RCRA ground water monitoring  program  are
three  surface  impoundments,  identified  as impoundments No. 1,  2  and  4  in
Figure  2.  (1)

    MRDC  implemented a closure plan under interim  status  to  effect closure of
 impoundments No.  1,  2,  3,  and 4  in the  Fall of  1986.   Impoundment  No.  5 will
 remain in service  as  a non-hazardous  settling basin.   The post-closure Part B
was called by  the  State on May  31,  1984.


 SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT COMPLIANCE AND PERMITTING ACTIONS

     The following is a list of significant  state  and federal compliance and
 permitting actions involving the MRDC facility.   This summary was prepared
 with the assistance of Region IV EPA and North Carolina DHR staff.
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Ground Water Compliance Summary


09/21/83  State ground water inspection;  identified incomplete statistical
          comparison.  NOV issued to MRDC.

10/10/83  MRDC responds to above NOV with required information.

02/15/84  Region IV BSD conducts CME at MRDC;  inadequacies cited include
          inadequate cleaning procedures for bailers,  improper sample
          collection bottles, and an incomplete ground water quality
          assessment.  No formal response,  but subsequent state inspections
          indicate that all problems, except for assessment, were eventually
          corrected.

03/06/84  State conducts ground water sampling overview inspection; also
          notes improper sample bottles used,  despite what the sampling and
          analysis plan indicates.  Notified facility with NOV on 03/29/84.

05/15/85  State denies MRDC's request to waive TOX analyses.

10/11/85  Region IV issued a complaint based on inadequate hydrogeological
          characterization at MRDC facility.

04/29/86  State conducts CME at MRDC; no significant violations cited;
          several "fine-tuning" suggestions relayed to facility via report
          issued 08/25/86.

10/20/86  State issues revised CME report based on document correction
          supplied by MRDC.


Post-Closure Permit Summary

05/31/84  Part B called.

07/01/85  MRDC requests extension for Part B submittal deadline.

08/16/85  State grants requested extension.

11/07/85  MRDC submits first version of Post-Closure Part B.

08/25/86  State issues NOD on Part B with consent order.

11/24/86  State comments on MRDC's NOD response.

12/29/86  MRDC submits revised Part B minus ground water portion.

02/04/87  MRDC submits further revised Part B.
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SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS

    The Task force investigated the interim status ground water monitoring
program implemented by MRDC at the Harrisburg,  North Carolina,  facility.   The
consensus opinion of the Task Force is that the program does not fully comply
with the standards at 40 CFR Part 265, Subpart F and the State's counterpart
regulations, 10 NCAC 10F.0033, which includes,  by reference, the Codified
Federal Regulations.

    This investigation revealed that MRDC has not adequately characterized
the hydrogeology of the site.  Specifically,  they have not conclusively
addressed the issue of ground water underflow beneath Rocky River.
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    The investigation also revealed inadequacies with the construction of the
monitoring wells, particularly regarding.procedures and materials used to
backfill annular space, surface pad construction, use of glued joints, and
flooding caused by the tops of casing at several wells being located below
flood stage of Rocky River.

    Several monitoring wells were found to be located well beyond the waste
management area boundary circumscribing impoundments No. 2 through No. 4.
Using these wells, however, MRDC was able to detect contamination from these
units.  Surface impoundment No. 1, located upgradient from the other
impoundments, is not adequately monitored.  It should be monitored as a
separate regulated unit.  There are only three wells located downgradient of
surface impoundment No. 1.  Two of these are fractured bedrock wells, located
150-200 feet from the unit, and one is a shallow regolith well located
approximately 250 feet downgradient.

    Several problems were also observed related to MRDC' s assessment
efforts.  The assessment plan outline presented during the evaluation does
not appear to be the same outline reviewed by Region IV ESD during a 1984
CME.  The facility is required to keep accurate and up-to-date records,
clearly indicating revisions.  The assessment is also inadequate.  It does
not identify the horizontal and vertical extent of the plume.  A plume map,
included in the assessment, does not accurately depict the plume.

    The Task Force identified several problems with MRDC' s sampling and
analysis plan (SAP).   Field measurements are not being conducted, as
indicated, there are no deep well purging procedures, the Part B SAP does not
include a list of sample bottles nor does it address adequate chemical
preservation of samples.  There are three different SAP's in existence at
this time, all of which contain at least some of the current procedures used
by MRDC personnel.  None of the three are adequate.

    The Task Force, based on analyses of samples collected during the
investigation, has determined (verified) that waste management operations at
the facility have contaminated shallow and deep ground water.  The
contamination is primarily inorganic and is characterized by the presence of
the metals arsenic, barium, cadmium, cobalt,  chromium, nickel,  lead, zinc, as
well as elevated levels of chloride, nitrate-nitrite nitrogen,  and sulfate.
A relatively small number of organic compounds were detected in these
samples, and these were detected at very low concentrations.
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    The following is a more detailed summary of the inspection findings and
conclusions.

Hvdrogeological Characterization - 40 CFR Part 265.91

    The hydrogeologic characterization provided for review included a
description of site characteristics, including general geology, structural
geology, ground water occurrence and hydraulic characteristics, and plum
characterization using surface resistivity.  While the site characterization
is fairly thorough, it falls short in presuming there is no underflow of
ground water beneath Rocky River.  Given the nature of the contaminants, and
the fact that these contaminants are known to have migrated at least to Rocky
River, the issue of underflow needs to be addressed scientifically, rather
than presumptively.  This issue is particularly critical since a residential
development is planned for the area immediately across the river and the
development will depend on deep wells for its water supply.

Monitoring System - 40 CFR Part 265.91

    Existing monitoring wells weren't constructed according to recognized
monitoring well construction standards.  Specifically, 1) the annuli in the
wells was backfilled with cuttings, not cement or bentonite/cement grout,
2) cement was poured in the annulus above the sand pack for a seal, rather
than using bentonite pellets, 3) surface pads were generally inadequate
(either cracked and/or too small),  4) joints were glued, and 5) the tops of
several wells are below the flood level of Rocky River.

    Several downgradient wells are located considerable distances (up to 250
feet) from the waste management units.   Despite this fact, they appear to
have functioned as detection monitoring wells.   Additional wells need to be
installed downgradient of impoundment No. 1 to detect and characterize
contamination in the regolith between impoundment No.  1 and the other
impoundments.   Well P-2 and M-7 generally provide fractured bedrock ground
water quality downgradient of impoundment No. 1,  but there are no wells in
the regolith for this purpose.

Inadequate Sampling and Analysis Plan (SAP) - 40 CFR Part 265.92

    The Task Force review indicated several problems with MRDC's SAP.
Specifically,  the following problems were identified:


    •  Several SAP's are currently on file at the facility, all of which
       appear to contain a portion of the current procedures and which are
       inadequate.

    •  Even though all of the SAP' s indicate that field personnel will
       measure in situ parameters (pH,  specific conductance,  and
       temperature), based on a review of field notes, they appear to be
       measuring only temperature on a regular basis,  and pH only
       occasionally.
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    •  The SAP(' s) does not address specific procedures for purging the deep
       wells.  These do not have dedicated pumps,  as do the shallow wells.

    •  The Part B SAP does not contain a list of sample bottles used during
       sampling.

    •  The Part B SAP and the interim SAP do not require immediate chemical
       preservation of applicable samples after their collection.

Ground Water Quality Assessment - 40 CFR Part 265.93

    A ground water quality assessment outline, was presented for Task Force
review.  It appears to have been created at some date after March 1985, but
was presented to show past compliance with the requirement to have an outline
on file by November 19, 1982 (one year after Che effective date of the ground
water monitoring requirements).   This document is not the same document
presented to Region IV ESD during a CUE conducted at the facility in February
1984.

    MRDC has failed to adequately characterize the horizontal and vertical
extent of the plume.  The plume map presented in the assessment report shows
the eastern boundary of the plume located between wells M-5 and M-6, even
though monitoring data indicates that well M-6 has detected contamination,
and, therefore, should be included in the plume.

Laboratory Evaluation

    The on-site and off-site laboratories were evaluated for their ability to
produce quality data for ground water monitoring parameters required by 40
CFR Part 265.92 and MRDC's assessment program.  The on-site laboratory and
Environmental Testing, Incorporated, Charlotte, North Carolina, were the
subjects of laboratory audits.  General Engineering Laboratories, Charleston,
South Carolina, and Environmental 1, Greenville, South Carolina, are both
South Carolina certified laboratories and were not evaluated.

    Analytical equipment, sample handling, preservation techniques, methods
and quality assurance procedures were examined for adequacy.  Laboratory
records were reviewed for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with State
and Federal requirements.

    Based on the overall findings, the MRDC laboratories (on-site and
off-site) have the capability to provide acceptable quality data for the
ground water monitoring program.  The following specific problems, however,
were identified.

    •  The samples for pH were analyzed thirty minutes to two hours after
       collection.  These must be analyzed immediately (within fifteen
       minutes).

    •  The fecal coliform samples were collected in non-sterile containers
       and one set of samples did not meet the holding time.

    •  Phenol  samples were collected in plastic containers, instead of glass,
       and were not preserved properly.
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    •  TOG samples were not preserved, as required.

    •  Even though the MRDC laboratory used the appropriate method for
       specific conductance analysis, the instrument was not calibrated
       daily, as required by the method.

    •  Samples for total recoverable metals were not digested prior to being
       analyzed.  The data from these analyses could be biased on the low
       side.

    •  Approved methods were used for sulfate and nitrate procedures,  but
       when the indicated values were higher than the standard, the samples
       were not diluted and re-run.  This would cause a negative bias.-

    •  Although MRDC did not have a quality assurance plan, they were
       developing one.

   ' •  Most of the raw data, quality control records and calculations were
       documented and maintained as required.  Some standard curves were not
       adequately labeled and dated.


Monitoring Data Analysis

    The Task Force ground water data indicates that a contaminant plume,
primarily inorganic in character, is present in the regolith and fractured
bedrock beneath the site and extends at least to the Rocky River.  The
inorganic constituents identified in the plume that are not present in the
upgradient well or are present in downgradient wells at significantly higher
concentrations than reported for the upgradient well include arsenic,  barium,
cadmium, cobalt, chromium, nickel, lead, and zinc.  Chloride, nitrite-nitrate
nitrogen, and sulfate values were also much higher in the affected
downgradient wells.

    Only a few organic compounds were detected, at low concentrations, in two
of the downgradient wells.  A specific origin can not be attributed to these
compounds.
TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS

    Based on the above findings and conclusions, the Task Force has the
following recommendations.

    1. In order to correct deficiencies with the hydrogeological characteriza-
       tion, the Task Force recommends that MRDC, through a rigorous testing
       procedure, demonstrate ground water flow patterns and discharge char-
       acteristics adjacent to and along the affected length of Rocky River.
       Ideally, several clusters of monitoring wells, designed to function as
       piezometers, should be located north and south of Rocky River.  These
       wells would provide the necessary vertical head distribution and chem-
       ical data needed to evaluate the question of underflow, as well as
       address deficiencies with regard to defining the vertical and hori-
       zontal extent of the plume identified at the site.
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   If access to the property south of the river is  not possible,  the
   facility should propose other methods,including,  but not limited to,
   dye injection studies,  to confirm or repudiate their contention of "no
   underflow" conditions.

2. The Task Force recommends that any new monitoring wells installed at
   the MRDC facility be constructed according to accepted monitoring well
   standards.  The construction^specifications of these wells should be
   approved,-prior to construction,  by EPA or the State.   All existing
   wells should be retrofitted with adequate surface pads (at least three
   feet square and six inches thick).   Using the elevation survey data
   provided by the Task Force during the evaluation, MRDC should raise
   the elevation of the top of casing for all wells flooded prior to the
   Task Force visit so that they will be above the  April/March 1987 flood
   elevation.                                    /

3. The Task Force recommends installing additional  regolith wells between
   impoundment No. 1 and the other impoundments. These wells should be
   constructed according to accepted monitoring well specifications and
   should be screened to accommodate a seasonal fluctuation in water
   levels.  These wells should be located only after a current
   potentiometric map has been developed for this site.

4. The Task Force recommends that MRDC reevaluate existing data and
   redraw the plume map included in the assessment  report.

5. To fully characterize the vertical and horizontal extent of contami-
   nation of the facility, the Task Force recommends that MRDC install
   additional monitoring wells and collect additional data.

6. The Task Force recommends that all existing SAP's be unified into a
   single document and submitted to the appropriate regulatory agency for
   review prior to implementation.  With respect to problems identified
   with the use of existing SAP's, the Task Force recommends that:

   •  MRDC sampling personnel immediately begin measuring pH, specific
      conductance, and temperature during well purging and sampling.

   •  MRDC amend their plan to provide procedures for purging the deep
      wells.

   •  MRDC amend their plan to include a list of the sample collection
      bottles used.

   •  MRDC amend their plan to provide for chemical preservation of all
      appropriate samples immediately after collection.
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TECHNICAL REPORT

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INVESTIGATION METHODS

       The Task Force investigation of the Mineral Research and Development
Corporation, Harrisburg, North Carolina, facility consisted of:

    •  Reviewing and evaluating records and documents from EPA Region IV, the
       North Carolina Department of Human Resources (DHR) and MRDC,

    •  Conducting an on-site facility inspection March 16-17, 1987,

    •  Evaluating on-site and off-site analytical laboratories, and

    •  Sampling and analyzing data from selected ground water monitoring
       wells and leachate collection sumps.

Records/Documents Review

    Records and documents from EPA Region IV and the DHR offices, compiled
by PRC, an EPA contractor, were reviewed prior to and during the on-site
inspection.  On-site facility records were reviewed to verify information
currently in Government files and supplement Government information where
necessary.  Records were reviewed to obtain information on facility
operations and the ground water monitoring program.

    Specific documents and records that were reviewed included the ground
water sampling and analysis plan(s), outline of the facility ground water
quality assessment program, reports issued after the ground water quality
assessment program was implemented, analytical results from past ground water
sampling, monitoring well construction data and logs, site geologic reports,
and site operations plans.

Facility Inspection

    The facility inspection conducted in March 1987 included identifying
waste management units (past and present), waste management operations, and
verifying the location of ground water monitoring wells.

    Company representatives were interviewed to identify records and
documents of interest, discuss the contents of the documents, and explain 1)
facility operations (past and present), 2) site hydrogeology, 3) the ground
water monitoring system, 4) the ground water sampling and analysis plan, and
5) laboratory procedures for obtaining data on ground water quality.

Laboratory Evaluation

    The on-site and off-site laboratory facilities handling ground water
samples were evaluated regarding their respective responsibilities under the
MRDC ground water sampling and analysis plan.   Analytical equipment and
methods,  quality assurance procedures and records were examined for
adequacy.  Laboratory records were inspected for completeness,  accuracy and
compliance with State and Federal requirements.  The ability of each
laboratory to produce quality data for the required analyses was also
evaluated.
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Ground Water Sampling and Analysis

    During the inspection, Task Force personnel collected samples for
analysis from eight ground water monitoring wells.   Table 1 contains a
summary of sampling data including date sampled,  location of the well, and a
list of samples submitted for analyses at each well.  The field data sheets
for each station, completed by Versar, are found in Appendix A.   MRDC was
offered sequential duplicate splits of all ground water samples.  They
requested splits only of samples for dissolved metals and selected inorganic
chemical analyses.

Sampling Procedures

    The shallow wells are equipped with dedicated Well Wizard® bladder
pumps.  The deep wells (Wells 6A and 7) did not contain pumps.  These wells
were purged with a large diameter electric submersible pump.

    Because of everyone's familiarity with the Well Wizard® control
units, MRDC, Versar, and EPA personnel operated the control equipment.
Versar personnel collected the samples.  The following protocol describes the
procedures used at each well:

    1. Versar determined the depth to water in each well and performed well
       head air monitoring (i.e., H'NU, geiger counter).

    2. Using the measured water level and recorded total depths for each
       well, Task Force personnel calculated three  water column volumes for
       each well.  Total depths could not be verified because of the
       dedicated nature of the purging and sampling equipment in the wells.

    3. The pumps, either the dedicated Well Wizard® in the shallow wells
       or the deep submersibles, were activated.  The shallow wells were
       generally quickly evacuated to "dryness" (water level at pump
       intake).  Several of the shallow wells more or less kept up with the
       pumping rate and were immediately available for sampling.  The slower
       recovery wells were monitored during the ensuing hours and were
       sampled as water became available.  The deep wells were purged a
       minimum of three water column volumes and were sampled immediately.
       Field measurements of in-situ parameters were obtained during  sample
       collection.

    4. Versar collected all sample sets.

    5. Samples-were placed on ice in coolers immediately after  they were
       collected.

    6. Samples were transported back to  the Versar truck where  turbidity was
       measured  and appropriate samples were preserved  (Table 2) .

    8  Sample  splits, as  requested, were transferred to MRDC.

    Quality control/quality assurance  samples were prepared for  this
evaluation as  follows:

    •  Performance Evaluation Blank and  Spike  (with  Internal  Check  Standard
       for Metals Analyses)

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    •  One Field Blank

    •  One Bailer Blank

    •  One Pump Blank

    •  Duplicate Sample at Well No. 4

    At the end of the day, samples were packaged for shipment to the two
EPA contract laboratories in accordance with applicable Department of
Transportation (DOT) regulations (40 CFR Parts 171-177).  The Region IV
splits were maintained by Region IV personnel and transported by these
personnel to the Region IV laboratory after the evaluation was completed.
Ground water samples were considered "environmental samples" for shipping
purposes.

    Samples were analyzed by the EPA contractor laboratories for the
parameter groups shown in Appendix B.
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WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS/WASTE CHARACTERISTICS

    Prior to recent closure activities,  MRDC operated five unlined surface
impoundments as a part of their on-site  wastewater treatment system.   These
impoundments are shown in Figure 2.   Four of these impoundments (impoundments
No. 1, 2, 3, and 4) were closed or cleaned-up and retrofitted with a
synthetic liner under an approved interim status closure plan.  Based on
analysis of sludge and sediment samples  from these impoundments, included as
Appendix C to this report, impoundments  No.  1,  2, and 4 were considered RCRA
hazardous waste management units.  The following is a description of each
impoundment's hazardous or non-hazardous nature and its disposition and
current status.

Impoundment No. 1

    Impoundment No. 1 was considered hazardous because of bottom samples
which failed the EP Toxicity test for arsenic.   Concentrations as high as
7.21 ppm were detected in these samples.  Sludge and contaminated soil was
removed from this impoundment and placed in impoundment No. 4.  After the
clean-up of No. 1 was accomplished,  it was retrofitted with a synthetic liner
and is currently being used as an emergency spill containment basin.   The
size of the impoundment was reduced by approximately one-half during this
operation.

Impoundment No. 2

    Impoundment No. 2 was considered hazardous because samples of sludge
collected from the bottom failed the EP  Toxicity test for both cadmium and
lead.  Cadmium concentrations ranged from 1.78 to 2.17 ppm and lead
concentrations ranged from 6.56 to 9.59  ppm.  Sludge and contaminated soil
were removed from this impoundment and placed in impoundment No. 4.  After
removal of this material it was closed collectively with impoundments No. 3
and 4.

Impoundment No. 3

    Samples collected from impoundment No. 3 did not fail the EP Toxicity
test for any of the parameters.  Even though this impoundment was not
considered hazardous by RCRA standards,  soil and sludge from this impoundment
was chemically stabilized and the impoundment was closed with the fixated
waste remaining in place.

Impoundment No. 4

    Impoundment No. 4 was considered hazardous because samples of sludge
collected from the bottom failed the EP  Toxicity test for both cadmium and
lead.  Cadmium concentrations ranged from 2.56 to 3.20 ppm and lead
concentrations ranged from 3.74 to 23.0  ppm.  All hazardous waste contained
in impoundment No. 4, including the sludge and soil from impoundments No. 1
and 2, was chemically fixed and left in place.   After fixation, the material
was graded and covered with compacted clay from an on-site location to
approved specifications.  The surface was seeded to establish a vegetative
cover.
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Impoundment No. 5

    Impoundment No. 5 is considered a non-hazardous impoundment.  None of the
samples collected from a total of 16 stations exceeded any of the EP Toxicity
maximum concentration limits.  This impoundment is still in service as a
settling basin.

Impoundment Closure

    The closure plan under which the above described closure was implemented
was approved by DHR on September 30, 1986, with actual work beginning in
December 1986.  Most work was completed in February 1987 and the closure was
certified in March 1987.
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GEOLOGICAL/HYDROGEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION

    The geological and hydrogeological characterization of the MRDC site is
contained primarily in six documents prepared for the facility.  These
documents are listed below, with a description of the aspects of the geology
and hydrogeology included in each.

    •  "Report of Hydrogeological Investigation,  Mineral Research and
       Development Co." - This report contains an identification of
       pollutants observed in both ground and surface water at the site, as
       well as a description of surface and ground water regimes. (2)

    •  "Geologic Setting of the Mineral Research and Development Corp. Plant
       Site, Harrisburg, N.C." - This report provides a description of the
       various rock types encountered locally, as well as discussions of
       weathering, structural geology, ground water recharge and discharge
       areas, aquifer properties, ground water flow directions and the
    ,   extents of observed contaminant plumes. (3)

    •  "MRDC RCRA Post-Closure Part B Permit Application" - This material is
       a description of the local and regional geology, and includes
       information on local rock types, soils, surface drainage
       characteristics, and ground water.  Most of the information contained
       in this document has been extracted from the previously described
       document and other reports.  (4)

    •  "MRDC Ground Water Assessment, Phase I" - This document, prepared in
       partial fulfillment of the facility's ground water quality assessment,
       is a detailed analysis of the structural geology of the site. (5)

    •  "MRDC Ground Water Assessment, Phase II" - This document contains a
       hydraulic analysis of the site derived from on-site pump test data.
       (6)

    •  "MRDC Ground Water Assessment, Phase III" - This document discusses
       the results of a surface resistivity study conducted for the purpose
       of mapping the contaminant plume. (7)

    The following general description of the site geology and hydrogeology is
derived from these documents.

Geology

General

    The MRDC plant is located in  the Southern Piedmont physiographic
province, which is characterized by gently rolling topography with fairly
steep  interstream divides.  Relief ranges from flat to fairly  steep  in  the
immediate vicinity of the plant.

    The geology of the  area  is  typical of the Charlotte Belt,  a belt of
southwestward trending  metavolcanic rocks comprised predominantly of
granites, diorites, and volcanic  slates.  Diorite and  syenite  are the
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mapped along Highway 49 at the facility' s northwest boundary.   The syenite is
present in the form of a ring-dike, approximately one-mile thick and 22 miles
in circumference, and is a dominant feature in the area, outcropping in Rocky
River, southeast of the plant.

    Surface and near- surf ace soils consist of fine-grained silts and clays
with sand lenses deposited by Rocky River.  These soils overlie a layer of
regolith of varying thickness consisting predominantly of an unconsolidated
or semi -consolidated mixture of clay and fragmental rock material ranging in
size from silt to boulders.  The regolith is generally thicker in the areas
of higher elevation and may be near absent in the vicinity of the river.
Structural Geology

    Over 100 outcrops were mapped within a five -mile radius of the facility.
Lithology, joint strike and dip, and foliation were determined at each
outcrop.  The dominant joint patterns mapped are NO" - 10°E, N60° - 70°W,
N60° -70CE, and N70" - 80°E.  These strikes are observed in all rock types
present in the area, however, each rock type appears to have some degree of
preferred joint orientation.  These joint patterns are typical of regional
fracture patterns in the southeast Appalachians.

    Most fractures and joints are nearly vertical, although some horizontal
jointing was observed, resulting in rectangular blocks of competent rock
separated by vertical and horizontal joints.  Some joint fracturing has been
observed in deep well drilling and testing at depths as great as 800 feet.
(5)

Hydrofteologv
                                                     *.
    Ground water occurrence beneath the facility conforms to the model
presented for typical Piedmont geological/hydrogeological systems.  These
systems are characterized by a layer of soil and weathered rock (residuum or
regolith) overlying generally unweathered bedrock.  The bedrock may or may
not contain networks of fractures.  The fractures, if present, generally
decrease with depth.

    Drilling data for wells installed at MRDC indicate that the soil/
residuura/regolith layer extends to depths approaching 60 to 80 feet,
particularly in areas of higher elevation.  Along Rocky River, the thickness
of this layer decreases greatly, and it may even be absent except for a thin
layer of alluvial floodplain deposits.

    Water levels obtained by facility personnel for monitoring wells across
the site indicate that water levels generally range from 10 to 20 feet below
ground level at areas of higher elevation and range for 5 to 10 feet below
ground level in lower elevations near the river.  Figure 3 shows the ground
water contours for the ground water system beneath the facility when process
water supply wells are not pumping.  This map indicates that the water table
is a subdued replica of the topography, as would be expected in this kind of
ground water system.  Figure 4, however, shows ground water contours for the
water table when the system is under the influence of a heavily pumping
well.  Under the steady- state conditions indicated in Figure 3, it appears
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that all discharge of ground water moving through the active plant area
occurs within the confines of the facility property boundary. (6)

    Ground water in the soil/residuum/regolith layer is undoubtedly
interconnected with ground water in the fractured bedrock system.  However,
because the permeability of the residuum is generally much less than the
fracture permeability of the bedrock, the residuum acts much like a leaky
confining layer above the fractured bedrock.  If head in the fractured
bedrock is reduced, the residuum responds by slowly leaking ground water to
fractures along the interface between the two systems. (6)(7)

Area of Inadequacy in Characterization

    Although the Task Force generally agrees with the above descriptions of
the site geology and hydrogeology, there is one important area of the
facility's characterization which is presented without substantiation.
Although the facility has identified a contaminant plume associated with the
impoundments, they contend that the pollutants in the regolith/bedrock
aquifer system discharge directly to the Rocky River and that no underflow in
the fractured rock zone occurs (2)(5)(6)(7) .  They postulate that Rocky River
captures, via ground water discharge, all ground water flowing through the
active portions of the facility.  This is totally presumptive and is based
solely on general hydrogeologic principles with no supporting scientific
data.

    The Task Force recommends that the facility, through a rigorous testing
procedure, demonstrate ground water flow patterns and discharge charac-
teristics adjacent to and along the affected length of Rocky River.  Ideally,
several clusters of monitoring wells, designed to function as piezometers,
should be located north and south of Rocky River.  These wells would provide
the necessary vertical head distribution and chemical data needed to evaluate
the question of underflow.  If access to the property south of the river is
not possible, the facility should propose other methods, including, but not
limited to, dye injection studies, to confirm or repudiate their contention
of "no underflow" conditions.
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INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS

    MRDC has operated under several ground water sampling and analysis plans
(SAP's) since their ground water monitoring program was implemented in
November 1981.  A CME conducted by Region IV ESD in February 1984 revealed
inadequacies with the SAP that was being used by MRDC at that time.  These
inadequacies were described in the CME report and were subsequently
corrected.  A review of the file information provided by PRC and MRDC
revealed that several SAP's have been proposed since the initial SAP was
revised.

    Three subsequent SAP's were identified in the PRC material, as well as
material made available by MRDC during the Task Force site visit.  One of
these, developed as part of the Phase IV assessment effort in March 1986, and
described as an interim detection monitoring and analyses plan, contains
specific sampling methods no longer used by MRDC.  Another of the three is
identified as a compliance monitoring program and also identifies procedures
(bailing) no longer used by MRDC.

    The third SAP is contained in MRDC' s RCRA Post-Closure Part B permit
application (dated October 1985) and appears to most closely reflect the
procedures currently used by MRDC.   There are several instances, described
below, where adequate procedures are included in the other plans, but are not
included in the Part B SAP.  To the extent possible, given the confusion
arising from these circumstances, the sampling and analytical procedures
currently used by MRDC were reviewed.  This review revealed several
inadequacies,  as well as discrepancies regarding what is specified in the
plan(s) and what actually occurs in the field.  These are described below:


    1. The Part B SAP indicates that at least two volumes of water are to be
       removed from the wells prior to sampling.   The compliance monitoring
       plan specifies three volumes and the interim SAP closely reflects the
       Part B SAP.  The Task Force recommends that at least three volumes be
       removed from wells that recover adequately during purging.  If the
       facility sampling personnel conduct in situ field measurements for pH,
       specific conductance,  and temperature, as  specified in the plan,  and
       these measurements indicate that these parameters have stabilized for
       three measurements, the two volumes are probably adequate, however.

    2. Based on field notes acquired during the evaluation,  MRDC sampling
       personnel do not appear to be conducting the in situ field measure-
       ments,  as indicated in all three SAP's.  Temperature is usually
       measured, but apparently only at the end of purging;'pH is rarely
       measured, and specific conductance is never measured.   The Task Force
       strongly recommends that MRDC sampling personnel begin immediately
       conducting in situ measurements during purging and record all
       measurements in field notes.   pH measurements must be conducted at the
       wellhead within 15 minutes after the sample is collected.

    3. The purging procedures generally apply only to the dedicated pump
       systems in the six RCRA monitoring wells.   The deep wells installed as
       part of the assessment should also be considered RCRA wells and should
       be covered by this document(s).   Accordingly, the document should be


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       modified to describe purging with deep submersible pumps.   The
       modification should include references to generator placement, pump
       placement, and pump decontamination procedures.

    4. The Part B SAP does not contain a description of sample bottles for
       the required parameters and special handling instructions.   These were
       included in the other SAP's. MRDC must reference and use sample
       containers specified in current agency guidance and this report and
       include these in the SAP.

    5. The Part B and interim SAP' s indicate that samples that normally
       require chemical preservation will only be preserved if they cannot be
       "immediately" analyzed.  All samples that require chemical preser-
       vation must be preserved at the time of collection and placed on ice.
       There is no guarantee that the sample will be analyzed immediately
       upon delivery to the laboratory.  Preservation maintains the validity
       of the sample if problems arise and the laboratory cannot immediately
       analyze the sample.  The Task Force strongly recommends that MRDC
       immediately implement conceal preservation procedures for all
    '   appropriate samples.

    6. The Task Force recommends that MRDC develop a new field book for
       recording pertinent field information.  The current records are
       incomplete and difficult to interpret.

    7. MRDC must immediately rectify problems identified in the laboratory
       evaluations.  Recommendations No. 4 and No. 5 identify steps MRDC
       should take to rectify problems identified both in the SAP and
       laboratory reviews.  The following items must be addressed in a timely
       manner by MRDC to provide the quality of data required for their RCRA
       ground water monitoring program:

       •  MRDC mast immediately begin calibrating their specific conductance
          meter daily during ground water sampling events.

       •  MRDC must immediately begin digesting samples collected for total
          recoverable metals analyses.

       •  MRDC must immediately begin using correct procedures, as specified
          in their analytical methods and described in this report, for
          analyzing samples for sulfate and nitrate.

       •  MRDC must immediately begin proper documentation of all standard
          curves.

    Analytical -methods and procedures were reviewed as a part of the
laboratory evaluation.  The results of this evaluation are included in a
separate section of this report.

    The Task Force recommends that MRDC unify all existing SAP's with
consideration to the above comments, and create a single working document.
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INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER MONITORING - DETECTION

    Because of the land-based hazardous waste management activity at the
site, described previously in the Waste Management Units/Waste Charac-
terization section, MRDC was required to implement a RCRA ground water
monitoring program at the facility.  The requirements for the program are
found at 40 CFR Part 265, Subpart F, and became effective on November 19,
1981.  Since its implementation, the ground water monitoring program at MRDC
has undergone a number of changes.  This section describes the major aspects
of this program and the changes they have undergone.

Ground Water Monitoring System

    In June 1981, NUS Corporation, after an earlier site reconnaissance by
one of their hydrogeologists, directed the installation of six ground water
monitoring wells at the MRDC facility.  These wells comprised the original
RCRA interim status ground water monitoring system and consisted of one
upgradient monitoring well, well M-l, and five downgradient monitoring wells,
wells M-2 through M-6 (see Figure 2).

Well Construction

    Each well was constructed with 4-inch diameter, Schedule 40, PVC casing,
and was screened with 5 1/2 feet of Number 10 (0.10 inch) PVC screen which
was plugged at the bottom.  All joints were glued.  Each well was packed for
a minimum of 2 feet above the screen with gravel or sand and gravel.  A
cement plug was placed above the sand and gravel pack and followed with
back-filled cuttings to the surface.  A cement collar was placed at the
surface to divert run-off.  Following construction, each well was developed
by surging with potable water.  A table with well construction specifics and
the NUS well construction and drilling records is included as Appendix D.

    The EPA Technical Enforcement Guidance Document specifies a preference
for either stainless steel or Teflon as well construction materials.  It also
indicates that alternate materials may also, on a case-by-case basis, be
acceptable.  For example, when the waste constituents of interest are
inorganic compounds, PVC may be considered an acceptable material.

    The waste historically placed in the surface impoundments were primarily
inorganic, i.e., metals compounds.  This is substantiated by waste analysis
performed on sludge from the impoundments, as well as a review of the
facility and Task Force ground water monitoring data, as only a very few
organic compounds were detected; and these were detected at low
concentrations-(most at trace levels).  The choice of PVC as a monitoring
well construction material in this situation would seem acceptable,
particularly for use in a detection monitoring system.

    Several problems or areas for improvement with regard to well construc-
tion were observed during the Task Force evaluation.   The concrete pads place
around each well at the surface were generally too small.  The Task Force
recommends that the pads at each well be modified by increasing their size to
at least three feet square.  They should be at least 6-inches thick to
minimize the chances of cracking.
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     The use of native  material backfill  and glued joints  is contradictory  to
 Agency and generally accepted industry standards for monitoring well
 construction.   A review of the Task Force  ground water data appears to
 indicate that  there  are no detectable effects  from use of PVC  glue observable
 at this time,  nearly six years since the wells were installed.  Also, because
 the downgradient wells, particularly along the river, are quite shallow, the
 length of annular space requiring backfilling  or grouting is generally
 short.   In this environment of frequent  flooding and subsequent saturation of
 all materials,  the lack of a grouted annular space is not so critical as in
 most monitoring situations.   The  Task Force does not think these  two problems
 necessarily render any data from  these wells useless.  We do,  however,
 strongly recommend that all future  monitoring  wells be constructed
 appropriately,  according to the aforementioned agency guidance.

     Also,  during the Task Force reconnaissance, performed prior to the
 evaluation, river silt was observed inside the caps of the wells  during a
 round of water level measurements.   This indicated that  the river had
 recently flooded and covered several of  the wells, filling the casing with
 river water.   This would most likely result in the contained river water
 moving out of  the casing, through the screen,  and into the sand pack and
'formation.  The flood  had occurred  just  prior  to the evaluation,  as evidenced
 by a strandline created in hay spread over the recently  closed impoundments.
rDuring the Task Force  level survey  of the  ground water monitoring system the
 strandline elevation was also surveyed.  This  information was  immediately
 made available to facility personnel, along with the suggestion that the
 top-of-casing  elevation of each of  the flooded wells be  raised to an
 elevation above the  observed or historically predictable flood level of Rocky
 River.

 Monitoring Well Location

     The upgradient well is located  approximately 700 feet northeast of  the
 (closed) hazardous waste management area.  Based on the  potentiometric  map of
 the steady-state ground water surface  (Figure  3) and on  historical facility
 and Task Force ground  water analytical data, the well  is appropriately
 located.

     Based also on the  steady-state  potentiometric map  (Figure  3), the
 following downgradient relationships exist.  Well M-2  is approximately  250
 feet downgradient of impoundment  No. 1.  Well  M-3 is approximately 75  feet
 from the depicted edge of closed  impoundments  No. 2 and  No.  3. Well M-4 is
.about 200 feet from  closed impoundment No. 4 and wells M-5 and M-6 are  75-100
 feet from impoundment  No. 5. These wells  are  separated  horizontally by
 distances ranging from 300 to 500 feet.  Wells M-3 through M-6 are  located in
 the narrow floodplain  of Rocky River.  The locations of  these  downgradient
 wells,  with respect  to impoundments No.  2  through No.  5,  falls short of the
 immediate detection  standard at 40  CFR Part 265.90.

     Because impoundment No. 1 is  located upgradient  from the  other
 impoundments and has a unique waste history and characterization, it  should
 be monitored as a separate entity.   Without the wells  located close  to  the
 impoundment, it is not possible  to  monitor the effectiveness  of  the  closure
 activities implemented at the facility or  characterize  the contamination
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between  impoundment No. I?ait&*g1m- O4&& .  -.'«•-"•  «.?:       ; i   '.
recommends  that MRDC install -sfcWifca.l *fe
impoundment No.  1 and the»-o£h«*m»p»*Si  .
wells, P-2  and M-7, for thevfflH^tJs&'to*  ...                   . r
this area.  The Task Fore* SfeJWttiSisdst .          COM-.
potentiometric map for thft v*i$^pri>8]£ ':  :..„   .;* 3 'a?r-    .. LV_>.-
    Although  the downgradtelpPWe^lS^i-  this system deviate somewhat from the
recommendations, an empiriei^'- Review »cf the Task Force dat£  indicates that
all of the wells in quest*off3fawir each well, with respect to the
upgradient well.  This deirta
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INTERIM STATUS GROUND WATER MONITORING - ASSESSMENT

Outline

    According to the regulations, as found at 40 CFR Part 265.93(a),
facilities for which the ground water monitoring regulations were
applicable were, within one year of the effective date of the regulations
(by November 19, 1982) to develop a ground water quality assessment plan
outline.  During a CME inspection conducted by Region IV ESD personnel in
February 1984, a very brief outline was on file at the facility.

    During the Task Force evaluation, however, a different outline was
presented for review.  This outline was certified by Mr. Alan Barry Nelson,
C.P.G., and dated September 12, 1982.  Accompanying the outline was a
blueprint drawing dated March 1985.   This four-phase plan outlined in the
document was identical to the plan that was implemented at about that time.
These circumstances raise questions regarding the practice of modifying
records without proper documentation.

Assessment Efforts

November 1982

    The facility has, through a number of consultants, conducted several
ground water quality investigations since 1982.  In a report dated November
1982, "Hydrogeologic Investigation,  Mineral Research and Development
Corporation", Moore, Gardner, and Associates, Inc., recognize that releases
have occurred from the hazardous waste management units and identify the
pollutants present in the plume which is discharging to Rocky River.  A part
of this investigation involved the placement of a shallow boring
approximately 150 feet northeast of well M-6, for obtaining ground water
analyses.  It is not known whether this was simply a hole or was finished as
a well.  Although the report states that analyses indicated "minimal levels
of contamination" at this location,  the report summary indicates that the
location is clean and that the boundary of the contamination is much closer
to well M-6.

    The pollutants identified in the report are barium, cadmium, chromium,
lead, selenium, iron, zinc, manganese, sodium, chlorides and sulfates.  All
of these compounds, except selenium, sodium, and sulfates exceeded the
applicable primary and secondary drinking water standards.  This report is
also the first occurrence of the unsubstantiated statements regarding the
effectiveness of the hydrogeologic boundary formed by Rocky River.

January 1985 through Present

    Little was done after the November 1982 ground water quality investi-
gations until 1985, when a detailed assessment was conducted and presented.
This assessment, triggered by the statistical comparisons required by 40 CFR
Part 265.93, was conducted in several phases, each devoted to a different
aspect of the characterization and assessment of the site.  At the time of
the Task Force evaluation, the assessment consisted of four phases, Phase I -
Structural Analysis and Ground Water Use Survey; Phase II - Hydraulic
Analysis (Pump Test); Phase III - Geophysical Survey and Pollutant Plume
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Mapping; and Phase IV - Water Quality Investigation.  The results of each
phase are summarized below. (5)(6)(7)(8)

    Phase I - Major joint traces were identified and characterized.  They
trend in north-south, northeast-southwest, and northwest-southeast
directions, and apparently are primarily vertically oriented.  Based on the
presence of the river as a hydrogeologic discharge boundary and the vertical
nature of the joints and fractures, the Phase I report speculates that
underflow across the boundary, i.e., under the river, is unlikely.

    The ground water use survey revealed two domestic wells near the
facility.  One of these is upgradient of the facility and the other is
approximately 2,000 feet east of the facility.  The results of previous
assessment efforts, as well as other phases of this assessment, indicate that
the probability of the facility affecting these wells is low or nonexistent.

    Phase II - Phase II was a ground water hydraulic analysis of the site
based on a 24 hour pump test involving several deep process supply wells and
monitoring wells.  One of the main conclusions of the study was that there
was a high degree of anisotropy in the fractured bedrock portion of the
ground water system.  The report indicates that the fracture system trending
in the northeast-southwest direction is highly transmissive.  This contention
is based on the rapid response of the process wells along this axis after
pumping was initiated in well P-3.  The anisotropy attributed to the
perpendicular axis was ascertained using drawdown data from monitoring well
M-2, purportedly screened partially in bedrock.

    Several independent observations were made by the Task Force after review
of this and other documents.  The well log prepared for this well indicates
that the well is screened in light clayey loam above the soil/bedrock
interface and not in bedrock, as the report says.  As such, the slow response
time for the drawdown observed in well M-2 could be caused by the slow
draining of the low permeability loam, and not the lack of a developed
fracture system at this orientation.

    The available evidence indicates that well M-2 is probably hydraulically
connected with the fracture system aligned with the process wells.  Surface
impoundment No. 1 lies on or near the trace of the suspected fracture system
and has been shown, through analyses of sludge contained in the impoundment,
to contain arsenic at hazardous concentrations (prior to clean-up
activities).  Well M-2 was the only well along the western boundary of the
site for which arsenic was identified, which would seem to indicate that the
fracture is a major avenue of ground water movement from the center of the
site toward Rocky River.

    Other areas covered by the Phase II report which are of particular
interest, in terms of the requirements of an assessment, are the
potentiometric maps and calculations of ground water flow rate.  Figures 3
and 4 depict the potentiometric surface under steady-state and pumping
conditions.  As the report states, all pollutants entering the ground water
system under the active portions of the facility would be transported with
the ground water and discharged to Rocky River within the facility
boundaries.  There would be no migration to off-site ground water receptors.
The report also reports average ground water flow rates as 0.017 ft/day for
the regolith.  No values are given for ground water flow rates in bedrock.

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    Phase III - A resistivity survey was conducted using a Wenner array with
a depth of resolution of approximately 30 feet.   This corresponds to the
average depth to bedrock throughout much of the  area of investigation.
Figures 5 and 6 are maps of the actual resistivity values contoured by the
consultant and the plume map, respectively, constructed using this
information. (7)

    It is interesting to note that the plume does not encompass well M-6A,
even though Task Force data show empirically that the samples collected from
this well have elevated levels of cadmium, chromium, copper,  nickel, and
lead.  The sample collected and analyzed for total metals content also
contained arsenic, identified as a waste constituent in impoundment No. 1.
It appears, based on the resistivity value map that the arsenic could
originate at the impoundment, move to the northeast under the influence of
pumping of process well P-3, and eventually be released from this influence
to ground water flow through the deep, fractured bedrock.  The resistivity
value map indicates a lobe of low resistivity leaving the area of well P-3
heading in a south-southeast direction.  It appears to be moving under some
form of structural control, whether it be the bedrock highs immediately to
the east, an active ground water discharge pattern in a fracture system, or a
combination of both.  Ground water from this portion of the aquifer, either
fully or partially discharging to the river, would pass through the screened
portion of well W-6A, the deep well at the river, thereby transmitting the
arsenic from the impoundment to the well.  The implication is that there may
be several significant axes of flow through fractured bedrock at the facility
rather than one, and further, contaminants may be present at great enough
depths in the bedrock system to validate concerns raised about the ability of
the river to totally capture all ground water flow from the site.

    If the deeper portions of the bedrock aquifer adjacent to and beneath
Rocky River are contaminated, the issue of whether or not Rocky River totally
captures all ground water discharge is crucial.   At the time of the Task
Force evaluation, facility representatives disclosed that a residential
development of approximately 100 homesites, was planned for the area
immediately south of the facility across Rocky River.  Each homesite in this
development would depend on a well to supply water for the residents.  The
problem posed here is two-fold.  Has there been any underflow of the plume
across Rocky River into this area?  Further, if there has not, will pumping
of the planned residential water supply wells provide the hydraulic impetus
to create underflow?

    The additional required studies, briefly described in the hydrogeological
characterization review, should provide the answers to these questions.

    Phase IV - This report is primarily a review of existing ground water
quality data based on analyses of samples collected from the existing RCRA
monitoring wells and the on-site process water supply wells.  The report
concludes that arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, iron, selenium,
zinc, chloride, nitrate, sodium, and sulfate are pollutants in plumes
identified based on samples collected from the facility wells.
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Inadequacy of Ground Water Quality Assessment

    The standards for a ground water quality assessment are found at 40 CFR
Part 265.93 (a) and are three-fold.  The owner/operator of a facility which
has been shown to have a release must determine:

    •  Whether hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents have entered
       the ground water;

    •  The rate and extent of migration of hazardous waste or hazardous waste
       constituents in the ground water, and

    •  The concentrations of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents
       in the ground water.

    With respect to these standards, the previously described assessment
reports have:

    •  Determined that hazardous waste constituents are present in ground
       water;

    •  Determined the rate of movement of the plume in the regolith; and

    •  Using all existing process and monitoring wells, identified the
       concentrations of hazardous constituents in the ground water.

    MRDC has failed to adequately define the extent of the plume, both
horizontally and vertically.  At the time of the evaluation, the process well
and two ground water monitoring wells were the only wells providing data on
which vertical extent determinations could be made.  Of these, all but well
M-6A are located near the center of the facility, resulting in only one
vertically probing well along the downgradient extent of the area of known
contamination.  Well M-6A has not even provided data necessary to identify
the lower reaches of the plume.

    The resistivity map and subsequent plume map included in the Phase III
report form the basis for MRDC' s horizontal extent determination.  Failure to
include wells M-6 and M-6A in the plume map indicates a basic inadequacy of
this attempt.  MRDC must, as an initial effort, install additional well pairs
to determine the extent of contamination.  The plume map included in the
Phase III report should be used as a tool in locating these clusters.  The
ultimate output of this investigation should be maps and profiles of the
plume which indicate, with a high degree of confidence, the horizontal and
vertical extents of the plume.  Ground water analyses from the additional
wells would also provide a more accurate characterization of the hazardous
constituents in the plume.
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LABORATORY EVALUATION

    The on-site and off-site laboratory facilities that conduct the analy-
tical analyses for the Subpart F Ground-Water Monitoring samples for Mineral
Research & Development Corporation (MRDC) were evaluated on February 11,  1988.
The laboratories were evaluated fqr their ability to produce quality data for
those parameters required by Part;265.92 and developed under Part 265.93
requirements.  See Table 3 for a listing of parameters evaluated during the
audit.  The off-site laboratory, Environmental Testing, Inc. (ETI),  Charlotte,
North Carolina, subcontracts total organic halide (TOX) analysis out to
General Engineering Laboratories, :Charleston, South Carolina,  or Environment
1, Greenville, South Carolina.  These laboratories in South Carolina have
been certified by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment and
were not visited.

    Analytical equipment, sample handling, preservation techniques,  methods
and quality assurance procedures were examined for adequacy.  Laboratory
records were reviewed for completeness, accuracy and compliance with State and
Federal requirements.

Sampling. Preservation. Holding Tfenes and Chain-of-Custody

    Sample containers, preservatives, and holding times were consistent with
EPA requirements, except for the pH, fecal coliform, phenol and total organic
carbon (TOG) analyses.  Samples collected for pH analysis were usually
analyzed within thirty minutes to -two hours after collection.   The  samples
for fecal coliform analyses were collected in a non-sterile container and
poured into a sterilized container.  These samples were shipped to ETI, and
one set did not meet the 6-hour holding time requirement.  Phenol samples
were collected in plastic, iced down and shipped to ETI.  TOG samples were
generally analyzed within 24 hours of collection but were not preserved at
collection by MRC.

    Regulatory Requirement:  Samples for pH analyses must be analyzed
    immediately (within 15 minutes).  See Table II-l, Test Methods for
    Evaluating Solid Waste - Physical/Chemical Methods. SW-846 (3rd
    Edition,1986).

    Regulatory Requirement:  Bacteriological samples must be collected directly
    into a sterilized container.  See Method 906A, Standard Methods for the
    Examination of Water and Wastewater. 16th Edition, 1985.

    Regulatory Requirement:  Phenol samples must be collected in glass and
    preserved with sulfuric acid  to a pH less than (<)2 if the samples cannot
    be analyzed immediately.  See Table II-l, SW-846.

    Regulatory Requirement:  If T£)C samples cannot be analyzed immediately,
    preservation by lowering the  sample to a pH <2 is required.  The inorganic
    carbon constituents are normally removed by lowering the sample pH,
    followed by purging with an inert gas, prior to measuring the TOG.  This
    technique, used for total organic carbon (TOG) samples preserved with
    H2SOA, would cause volatile organics to be stripped from the sample during
    the sample preparation step tp remove inorganic carbon  (C02) prior to
    measurement of the organic carbon.  The method detection limit for TOG
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    (approximately 1 mg/L) is at least one to two orders of magnitude above the
    concentration of the volatile organic-components of the TOC.  However, these
    volatiles should be detected in the VGA analysis.  Therefore, the emphasis
    on organic contamination should be placed on the VGA results instead of the
    TOC data.  See Table 11-1, SW-846.

    Chain-of-custody procedures used by MHDC and ETI were adequate and well
documented.

Laboratory Sample Analysis

    The laboratory method used by MRDC for specific conductance was an approved
method.  However, the specific conductance meter was not calibrated daily
against a standard of known value.

    Regulatory  Requirement:  The cell constant must be determined prior to
    measuring the sample conductance, and the specific conductance meter/electrode
    system must be calibrated daily against a fresh standard that is near the
    expected sample conductance.  See Method 9050, SW-846; Method 205, Standard
    Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastes (Standard Methods),  16th
    Edition (1985); or Method 120.1, Methods for Chemical Analysis of Wastes and
    Wastewater (EPA Methods), EPA-600/4-79-020, and all current revisions.

    Samples for total metals were not digested prior to being analyzed.   The
majority of the samples were low in suspended solids and turbidity, and the
TOC values were less than 10 mg/L.  The data reported could be biased on the
low side and would represent something less than total recoverable metals.

    Regulatory Requirement:  Samples for total recoverable metals must be
    digested.  See Method 3005 or Method 3010, SW-846.
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    Approved methods were used for the sulfate (SO^  ) and nitrate (NO-j-N)
procedures.  However, when the sample absorbance values were higher than the
highest standard analyzed, the sample was not diluted and reanalyzed.  This
would cause a negative bias.

    Regulatory  Requirement:  When the absorbance reading for the sample is
    greater than the absorbance reading for the highest standard, the sample
    must be diluted and reanalyzed.  Use a sample aliquot containing not more
    than 40 mg/L of SO^"2 when using Method 9038, and 2 mg/L NO-j-N  when using
    Method 9200. See SW-846.

Quality Assurance and Data Documentation

    The MRDC laboratory was in the process of establishing a formal quality
assurance (QA) program that consists of a QA plan, standard operating
procedures (SOP) and includes the use of duplicates, spikes, and reference
standards to verify the quality of data for each parameter analyzed.
Instrument calibration and maintenance records were maintained, and
temperatures of regulated devices were checked and documented.  Most of the
raw data, quality control records and calculations were documented and
maintained on file as required.  Some standard curves were not adequately
labeled and dated.
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    Regulatory Requirement: Records for monitoring information shall include:
    (1) The individual(s) who performed the analyses;
    (2) The date(s) analyses were performed;
    (3) The analytical techniques or methods  used; and
    (4) the results of such analyses.

    See Code of Federal Regulations Part 270.30(j)(3).

    The ETI had established a formal quality assurance plan (QA) plan that
consists of a QA plan, standard operating procedures and includes the use of
duplicates, spikes, and reference standards to verify the quality of data
for each parameter analyzed.  Instrument calibration and maintenance records
were maintained, and temperatures of regulated devices were checked and
documented.  All raw data, quality control records and calculations were
documented and maintained-on file as required.

Summary

    Based on the overall findings,  the MRDC laboratories have the capability to
provide acceptable quality data for the ground-water monitoring program.
The deficiencies noted for pH, phenol, and TOG (holding time and
preservation) could cause the results to be questionable.  The sample
container and holding time deficiencies noted for fecal coliforms would
cause the data to be questionable.   The deficiency noted for specific
conductance could cause the data to be questionable.  Most of the nitrate
and sulfate data were acceptable.  A limited number of values reported for
these parameters would be biased on the low side.   Total metals data would
be reported as something less than "total" metals in some instances.
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TASK FORCE ANALYTICAL DATA EVALUATION

    Samples of ground water were collected from eight monitoring wells,
including the six designated RCRA wells and two additional monitoring wells
installed during the ground water quality assessment.  All samples were
analyzed for the constituents and parameters listed in Appendix B.  The
analytical data summary tables for all analyses, including data from samples
split with Region IV ESD, are included as Tables 4, 5, and 6.  These data are
discussed in detail in this section.  The complete data are included as
Appendix E.  Some analyses reported in these tables are estimated values and
are indicated by the letter "J".  Results for several compounds are reported
as unusable, based on evaluation of quality control for those samples, and
are reported with the letter "R".  Several compounds were reported because
there was sufficient presumptive evidence of their presence.

Metals - Task Force

Total versus Dissolved Values

    Samples were collected for both total and dissolved metals analyses.
Although the concentrations reported for both types of analyses generally did
not vary considerably, there were patterns in the data for individual metals
regarding total versus dissolved concentrations.

    With very few exceptions, the results of analyses for total concen-
trations for silver, arsenic, cadmium, vanadium, and iron exceeded the
dissolved metals values.  Similarly, the results for dissolved concentrations
of barium, cobalt, chromium, nickel, lead, calcium, magnesium, and sodium
exceed the total values.  There was no pattern observed for zinc, aluminum,
and manganese.

Silver

    Silver was detected only in the sample collected at well No. 3 and
analyzed for total metals.  A concentration of 6 ug/1 was reported.

Arsenic

    Arsenic was detected in three samples, collected at well No. 2 (total and
dissolved) and well No. 6A (total).  All values reported were 8 ug/1.

Barium

    Barium was detected in samples collected at all wells sampled, and was
generally present at the greatest concentration in the samples collected for
dissolved metals analyses.  The highest concentrations were detected in
samples collected at wells No. 3, No. 5, No. 6, No. 6A, and No. 7.  The
respective values reported for these samples are 2,000 ug/1, 520 ug/1, 320
ug/1, 990 ug/1, and 270 ug/1.

Beryllium

    Beryllium was detected in samples collected at wells No. 2, No. 5, No. 6,
and No. 6A.  None of the concentrations reported exceeded 6 ug/1.


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Cadmium

    Cadmium was detected in samples collected from four wells,  No.  3,  No.  4,
No. 5, and No. 6A.  Concentrations detected in the samples from all wells,
except No. 3, were all less than 25 ug/1.   The sample from well No. 3,
however, contained 350 ug/1.

Cobalt

    Cobalt was detected in samples collected from wells No. 3,  No.  4,  and No.
6.  Maximum concentrations detected in the samples from wells No.  4 and No.  6
were 80 ug/1 and 81 ug/1, respectively.   The sample from well No.  3 contained
170 ug/1 dissolved cobalt.                           ,

Chromium

    Chromium was detected in all wells sampled,  except for well No. 7.  The
sample from well No. 2 contained the highest concentrations, 230 ug/1 and 260
ug/1, total and dissolved, respectively.   None of the concentrations measured
in the other samples exceeded 27 ug/1, and were detected in the samples
collected for dissolved analyses.

Copper

    Copper was detected in all wells sampled, except for well No.  7.  None of
the concentrations reported exceeded 25 ug/1.

Nickel

    Nickel was detected in samples collected from wells No. 3,  No.  4,  No.  6A,
and No. 7.  It was present only in the dissolved metals samples collected
from wells No. 4, No. 6A, and No. 7, and did not exceed a concentration of 63
ug/1 in these samples.  The concentrations reported for the sample collected
at well No. 3, however, were significantly higher, with nickel detected at
concentrations of 220 ug/1 and 280 ug/1 for the total and dissolved samples,
respectively.

Lead

    Lead was detected in samples collected at wells No. 3, No.  6A,  and No 7.
The samples collected for dissolved me tails at wells No. 3 and No.  6A both
contained 220 ug/1.  The samples collected for total and dissolved metal
analyses at well No. 7 contained 74 ug/1 and 59 ug/1, respectively.

Vanadium

    Vanadium was detected only in the samples collected for total metals
analyses from wells No. 3, No. 4, No. 5,  No. 6 and No. 6A.  Concentrations
ranged from 17 ug/1, in the sample collected at well No. 6, to 30 ug/1, in
the sample collected at well No. 3.
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Zinc

    Zinc was detected in samples-collected at all wells, except for the
samples collected at well No. 1.  The samples collected at wells No. 3,
No. 4, and No. 5 contained appreciably higher concentrations than detected in
the remaining wells.  The samples collected at well No. 3 contained the
highest concentrations, 270,000 ug/1 and 25,000 ug/1, total and dissolved
zinc, respectively.  The samples from well No. 4 contained the next highest
concentrations, 13,000 ug/1 and 16,000 ug/1, total and dissolved zinc,
respectively.  The concentrations reported for the other wells did not exceed
110 ug/1.

Aluminum                                             /

    Aluminum was detected in samples collected from wells No. 1, No. 3,
No. 4, No. 6, and No. 6A.  The highest concentration, 5,200 ug/1, was
reported for the sample collected at well No. 3.  The next highest
concentration, 3,700 ug/1, was reported for the sample collected at well No.
1.  The concentrations detected in the remaining samples ranged from 81 ug/1,
from the sample collected at well No. 6, to 147 ug/1, for the sample
collected at well No. 5.

Manganese

    Manganese was detected in samples collected from all monitoring wells
sampled during the investigation.  The concentrations detected in the samples
collected from wells No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, and No. 6A ranged from 2,800
ug/1 to 43,000 ug/1, at wells No. 6A and No. 3, respectively.  Concentration
of 310 ug/1 and 340 ug/1 were reported for the total and dissolved samples,
respectively, collected at well No. 7.  Concentrations detected in samples
from well No. 1 and No. 2, were all below 100 ug/1.

Calcium

    Calcium was detected in every sample collected during the evaluation.
The concentrations detected in the samples collected from wells No. 1 and No.
2, which ranged from 16 mg/1 total calcium for the sample collected from well
No. 1 to 48 mg/1 dissolved calcium for the sample collected from well No. 2,
were generally an order of magnitude less than the concentrations reported
for samples collected at the other wells.  Concentrations detected in samples
from these wells ranged from 240 mg/1, in the sample collected from well
No. 7, to 2,400 mg/1, in the sample collected from well No. 6A.

Magnesium

    Magnesium was detected in every sample collected during the evaluation and
follows the same general pattern of appearance as calcium.  The lowest concen-
trations were detected in samples collected from wells No. 1 and No. 2. The
concentrations reported for these wells, which ranged from 11 mg/1, for the
sample collected from well No. 1, to 23 mg/1 for the sample collected from
well No. 2, are an order of magnitude less than the concentrations reported
for the other samples.  The highest concentrations, ranging from 300 mg/1 to
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Iron

    Iron was detected in samples collected from all wells.   The concen-
trations detected in these samples ranged from 0.02 mg/1,  in the sample from
well No. 6, to 5.2 mg/1, in the sample collected from well No.  3.

Sodium

    Sodium was detected in samples collected from all wells.   The
concentrations detected ranged from a low concentration of 7.9 mg/1 total
sodium, in the sample from well No. 1, to a high concentration of 340 mg/1
dissolved sodium, in the sample collected from well No. 6A.

Potassium

    Potassium was detected in samples collected from all wells.  The
concentrations reported ranged from a low concentration of 1.2 mg/1 total
potassium, in the sample from well No. 1, to a high concentration of 12 mg/1
dissolved potassium, in the sample collected from well No.  6A.

Metals - Split Comparison

    The spilt sample results for metals analysis indicates a generally good
agreement between the Task Force contract laboratory and Region IV ESD
laboratory.  The apparent differences in results reported for beryllium,
cadmium, and copper can easily be attributed to the Region IV MQL' s (minimum
quantification limits) for these metals, which range from 10 ug/1 to 20 ug/1.
These MQL' s generally represent concentrations higher than the Task Force
results for these metals.  The only other significant difference is the
disparity in the aluminum values.  The only Task Force sample split with
Region IV in which aluminum was detected, contained 147 ug/1.  The Region IV
analyses indicate a concentration of 2,400 ug/1 for this sample.  No aluminum
was reported by the contract laboratory for the remaining split samples, but
Region IV analyses indicate concentrations ranging from 1,400 ug/1 to 5,200
ug/1.

General Inorganic Parameters

Chloride

    Chloride concentrations were detected in all samples collected and ranged
from low concentrations of 5.0 mg/1 and 53 mg/1, detected in samples from
well No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, to a high concentration of 2,800 mg/1,
detected in the sample collected from well No. 6A.  The results for all
downgradient wells, from well No. 3 to wells No. 6 and 6A,  indicate that
chloride is elevated in these wells, as compared to other wells in the
system.

Nitrate-Nitrite Nitrogen

    Nitrate-nitrite nitrogen concentrations were detected in all samples
collected and ranged from lows of 1.4 mg/1, detected in the sample from well
No. 1, and 24 mg/1, detected in the sample from well No. 2, to a high


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concentration  of 1,600 mg/1,  in the sample collectedrTfrtHn. Tie
is basically the same  pattern indicated by the ehl6r4.de> anal

Sulfate

    Sulfate concentrations were detected in samples^'BefilectEd «.. ell vol.
and ranged from a low  concentration of 6.6 mg/1:, -iiscstheSsaiapi.: ijolleccecl  trom
well No.  1 to  a high concentration of 130 mg/1,i*dstofetsted^ltt samples collet:ed
from wells No.  3 and No.  5.

General Organic Parameters

Total Organic  Carbon

    Total organic carbon concentrations were deteeSed oni£ in *-h«» Region  IV
splits, and ranged from a value of 2.9 mg/1, in? Cfe* sample c   - •_•  : froir.
well No.  7, to  a value of 3.9 mg/1, in the sampte-:cbllec£*d _icr veil .NO.  5,
     }
Total Organic Halogen

    Only  one sample, collected from well No. 6,c contained ai -  L     > ••  , .
total organic halogen  (TOX) .   A value of 150 Uj^l 30X was esi.iT.-j;. c for this
sample.

Purgeable Organic Halogen

    Only  one sample, collected from well No. 6,  contained
purgeable organic halogen (POX).   A value of 82  ug/1 POX va
this sample.

Selected  Chlorinated Compounds

    Heptachlor  epoxide was the only compound i* this catego   d-y <*-•."
concentration of 0.032 ug/1 was reported by th« Region IV L.  'i:-  -  tv
split sample collected at well No.  5.

Extractable Organic  Compounds

    Three extractable  organic compounds were dst*oted in two ^••"'  •••
collected during the evaluation.   1,2,4- trichla«to*nzene';»a.  c-ir.  .j .
concentration of 77  ug/1  in the sample collected ironr. we'll i  .  -•.
Ethylmethyldioxane and trimethyltriazinetrioneiw«riec:bdth-pr. n----i \   b
present in the  Region  IV  split sample collecteff-Stsw'weti No. :•• at e.stiaated
concentrations  of 2  ug/1  and  4 ug/1,  respectiv&ly

Purgeable Organic Compounds

    Three purgeable  organic compounds were detect* itr-sample.3 from two
wells.  Chloroform was detected and reported by  eh&--'-Tasfc>Force contract
laboratory and  the Region IV  ESD laboratory ini the-Sample! collected at well
No. 5.  The concentrations reported were an estimated .2 ug/1 and 2.1 mg/1,
respectively.   Tetrachloroethene(tetrachloroethylene-)- was :dotected at a
concentration of 25  ug/1  in the sample collected - at "we'll> No. ( .   Tur?l  xylcne.
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estimated to be present at a concentration of 1 ug/1, was detected in the
sample collected from well No. 6.

Data Review Summary

    An empirical review of the data reveals several facts.  The results for
well No. 2 indicate that this well has a unique pattern of contamination.  It
is one of only two wells containing arsenic; it contains an order of
magnitude higher concentration of chromium than any other well, and moderate
concentrations of zinc.  As described earlier in the report, these data could
be indicative of structural control and historical process well pumping
controlling movement of a plume, primarily from the area of impoundment
No. 1, westward towards Rocky River.

    These results also indicate that the area from well No. 3 across to well
No. 6 (including well No. 6A) has been contaminated, presumably from leakage
from the impoundments.  The primary chemical evidence for this conclusion is
elevated metals (beryllium, cadmium, cobalt, nickel, lead, zinc, manganese,
calcium, magnesium, and sodium) and elevated chloride, nitrate-nitrite
nitrogen, and sulfate in wells in this area.

    Samples from the two wells installed into the fractured bedrock portion
of the ground water system indicate that contamination from the impoundments
has migrated through the saturated regolith into the fractured bedrock and is
moving through these fractures to Rocky River.

    Organic compounds were detected in only two of the wells sampled.  The
compounds are generally multi-use compounds and could be solvents, insecti-
cides, and/or heat transfer liquids.  Based on the low concentrations
reported, no origin can be attributed to these compounds.  The Task Force
recommends that Region IV or the State resample this well to better
characterize the organics that were detected during the Task Force sampling.
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                                  REFERENCES
1.  Henke, M.D. and Pizzi, F.P.,  1985,  Environmental Risk Assessment of
    Mineral Research and Development Corporation.  Pilko and Associates,  Inc.
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2.  Nelson, A.B.,  Ravenel, S.F.,  Wafers,  F.D.,  league,  D.A.,  1982,  Report of
    Hydrogeological Investigation,  Mineral Research and Development
    Corporation. Concord. North Carolina.  Moore,  Gardner, and Associates,
    Inc., Asheboro, North Carolina.                  /

3.  Brown, H.S., 1986, Geologic Setting of the  Mineral  Research and
    Development Corp.  Plant Site. Harrisburg. N.C.. Geological Resources,
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4.  1985, Mineral Research and Development. Harrisburg. North Carolina.  RCRA
    Post Closure Permit Application, prepared by Black  and Veatch,  Consulting
    Engineers, Asheboro,  North Carolina.

5.  Jacob, K.M. and Nelson, A.B., 1985, Ground  Water Assessment.  Phase I.
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6.  Jacob, K.M. and Nelson, A.B., 19.85, Mineral Research and Development.
    Ground Water Assessment. Phase II.  Ground Water Hydraulic Analysis.

7.  1985, Mineral Research and Development. Ground Water Assessment. Phase
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                              MINERAL RESEARCH AND
                              DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
                  Figure 1
           Facility Location Map
Mineral Research and Development Corporation
         Harrisburg, North Carolina

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NOTE: Locations of Monitor
    Wells are approximate
    only.
                                                             —Not To Scale—
                     FIGURE 2
                 FACILITY DIAGRAM
MINERAL  RESEARCH AND  DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
           HARRISBURG, NORTH CAROLINA

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                    Figure 3
           Potentiometric Surface  Map
Surficial Aquifer (Regolith),  Process Wells Off
  Mineral Research and Development Corporation
           Harrisburg, North Carolina

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                   Figure 4
          Potentiometrlc Surface  Map
Surficial Aquifer (Regolith),  Process  Well  On
 Mineral Research and Development Corporation
          Harrisburg, North Carolina

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                  Figure 5
           Resistivity Survey Map
Mineral Research and Development Corporation
         Harrisburg, North Carolina

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                  Figure 6
             Plume Boundary Map
          (As Attributed to MRDC)
Mineral Research and Development Corporation
         Harrisburg, North Carolina

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                          TABLE  1           .
                SAMPLING  INFORMATION SUMMARY
            MINERAL RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT CORP.
                  HARRISBURG, NORTH CAROLINA
                          MARCH 1987
Station
Well M-l
Date
Sampled
3/16
Well M-2
Well M-3
Well M-5
Well M-6
Well M-6A
Well M-7
3/17
3/16
Well M-4    3/17-3/18
3/17
3-17
3/18
3/18
Description/Location

Upgradient well, near bend in road at
eastern edge of site

Downgradient well, west of
impoundment No. 1

Downgradient well, at river south of
closed impoundment No. 2

Downgradient well, at river west of
impoundment No. 5

Downgradient well, at river south of
west end of Impoundment No. 5

Downgradient well, at river south of
east end of impoundment No. 5

Downgradient well, at river south of
east end of impoundment No. 5

Bedrock well between impoundment
No. 1 and closed impoundments No. 2
and No. 3
1  All wells were sampled for the full suite of Task Force
   parameters.  Individual samples were collected for VOA,  POX,
   POC, TOX, TOC, Extractable Organics, Dioxin/Furans,  Phenol,
   Total and Dissolved Metals, Cyanide, Sulfide,  and Anions.

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                    TABLE 2
        SAMPLE BOTTLES AND PRESERVATIVES
         PREFERRED ORDER OF  COLLECTION
               HWGWTF EVALUATION
  MINERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT  CORPORATION
           HARRISBURG, NORTH CAROLINA
No.       Parameter,  Container,  Preservative

 2        Purge and trap (VOA),  40  ml  vials
 1        Purgeable organic carbon,  40 ml  vial
 1        Purgeable organic halogen, 40 ml vial
 6        Extractable organic,  1 liter amber  glass
 2        Dioxin/Furan,  1 liter  amber  glass
 1        Total metals,  1 liter  plastic, HNO, pH<2
 1        Dissolved metals, 1  liter plastic,  HNO. pH<2
 1        Total organic  carbon,  4 oz.  glass,  H-SO,  pH<2
 1        Total organic  halogen, 1  liter amber glass
 1        Phenol,  1 liter amber, H_SO,  pH<2
 1        Cyanide,  1  liter plastic,  NaOH pH>12
 1        Anions,  1 liter plastic
 1        Nitrate  and ammonia,  1 liter plastic,  H_SO, pH<2


          1  All samples also  iced  to  4

             Caps  for all sample containers for  organic parameters
             contained Teflon  liners/septa

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                                 TABLE  3
                      GROUND-WATER MONITORING PARAMETERS
                 EVALUATED DURING HWG.WTF LABORATORY AUDIT
                MINERAL  RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
                         HARRISBURG, NORTH CAROLINA


                       GROUND WATER MONITORING WELLS
Quarterly

Barium
Cadmium
Lead
Selenium
Nitrate nitrogen
Ammonia nitrogen
Chloride
Zinc
GSE
  Semi-Annu.ally                Annually

  pH                            Iron
  Specific ;Conductance       ;   Manganese
  TOG                           Sodium
  TOX           .                Sulfate
  Arsenic                       Phenols
  Coliforra                      Aluminum
  Chromium                      Calcium
  Silver                       • Magnesium
                               Antimony

WATER SUPPLY WELLS
Quarterly

Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Nitrate nitrogen
Ammonia nitrogen
Chloride
Zinc
  Semi-Annually

  PH
  Specific Conductance
  TOG
  TOX
  Coliform
 Annually
Iron
Manganese
Sodium
Sulfate
Lead
Selenium
Calcium
Silver
Antimony
Copper

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               DH7187A.TBL
                                                                                                         TABLE 4
                                                                                           ANALYTICAL DATA SUMMARY (METALS)
                                                                                        HAZ. WASTE GROUND-WATER TASK FORCE EVAL.
                                                                                         MINERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COPII.
                                                                                                CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA
                                                        GWTF      GUTF
                                                        WELL i1   WELL t1
                                                        (TOTAL)   (DISS)
                                                        03/16/87  03/16/87
                    GUTF
                    WELL  *2
                    (TOTAL)
                   GUTF
                   WELL
                   (DISS)
                    GUTF
                    WELL
                    (TOTAL)
                    GUTF
                    WELL  »
                    (DISS)
                    GUTF
                    WELL #4
                    (TOTAL)
                    GUTF
                    WELL *4
                    (DISS)
                                                            GUTF
                                                            WELL «5
                    GUTF
                    UEll *5
                    GUTF
                    WELL *6
                    GUTF
                    WELL  #6
                    GUTF
                    WELL  *6A
                    GUTF
                    WELL  *6A
                   GUTF
                   WELL 17
                   GUTF
                   WELL ft
VEIL »c   MCLI «   VEIL  »J   KlL  »   wtLL  V,   WELL  (4    WELL f5   WELL «O   WELL *6   WELL *o   WELL >M  WELL »M  MILL or    WILL *
(TOTAL)   (DISS)    (TOTAL)   (DISS)     (TOTAL)   (DISS)     (TOTAL)   (DISS)    (TOTAL)   (DISS)    (TOTAL)   (DISS)    (TOTAL)    (OISS)
03/17/87  03/17/87  03/16/87  03/16/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87 03/17/87. OJ/17/87  03/18/87  03/18/87  03/17/87  03/17/1
INORGANIC ELEMENT/COMPOUND

     SILVER
     ARSENIC
     BARIUM
     BERYLLIUM
     CADMIUM
     COBALT
     CHROMIUM
     COPPER
     NICKEL
     LEAD
     VANADIUM
     ZINC
     ALUMINUM
     MANGANESE
     CALCIUM
     MAGNESIUM
     IRON
     SODIUM
     POTASSIUM
                                                        UG/L
                                                                  UG/L
          19
3700
64

MG/l

16
11
2.7
7.9
1.2
                                                                  MG/L
18
11
8.7
                    UG/L


                    8
                    230
                    12
82

9

MG/L

42
20
0.09
U
1.J
                                                                                      UG/L
                              8
                              110
                              3
                    260
                    16
110

a

MG/l

48
23

16
UG/L

6

2000

350
150

15
220

30
270000
5200
43000

MG/L

520
260
5.2
99
3.4
 ••FOOTNOTES***
  J    •  ESTIMATED  VALUE
  --   -MATERIAL UAS  ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED
                                                                                                          UG/L
290

240
170
14
14
280
220

25000
86
39000

MG/L

580
280
.10
110
                                                                                                                   UG/L
                                                           21
                                                           67
                                        23
                                        13000

                                        5900

                                        MG/L

                                        610
                                        160
                                        0.06
                                        120
                                        4.0
                                                                                                                             UG/L
                                                  190

                                                  15J
                                                  80
                                                  12
                                                  11
                                                  61
16000

7000

MG/L

700
180

140
                                                                     UG/l
                                                                     450
                                                                     3
                                                                     6.1
                                                                               20
20
320

4000

MG/L

2200
300
0.48
160
7.6
                                                                               UG/l
                                                            520
                                                            4
                                                            4.4

                                                            10
                                                            25
                                                                               147
                                                                               4700
                                                                                                                                                  MG/L
2200
350
                                                                                180
                                                                                8.9
                                                                               UG/L



                                                                               280


                                                                               61

                                                                               11
17
52

14000

MG/l

BOO
140
0.1*
140
2.1
                                                                                                   UG/L
                                        320
                                        4
                                        81

                                        16
45
81
17000

MG/L

940
160
0.02
160
                                                                                                                                                                               UG/l
                                        8
                                        930
                                        6
                                        13

                                        13
                                        20
24
32

2800

MG/L

2400
310
0.40
310
11
                                                                                                                                                                                         UG/L
990
4
5.8J

27
24
51
220

29
138
3100

MG/l

2300
340

340
12
                                                                                                                                                                                                   X/l
                                                                                                                                 230J
74

15

310

MG/L

240
200
0.22
57
6.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                             03/17/87
                                                                                                                                                                                                             UG/L
                                                                                                                                           270
63
59

18

340

MG/l

280
220

64
7.4
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                DH7187B.TBL
                                                                TABLE 5
                                               METALS DATA SUMMARY (WITH REG IV SPLITS)
                                               HAZ. WASTE GROUND-WATER TASK FORCE EVAL.
                                                MINERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORP.
                                                        CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA

                                                       GWTF      IV SPLIT  GWTF      IV SPLIT  GWTF      IV SPLIT
                                                       WELL #5   WELL #5   WELL #S   WELL #5   WELL #7   WELL #7
                                                       (TOTAL)   (TOTAL)   (DISS)    (DISS)    (TOTAL)   (TOTAL)
                                                       03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/18/87
                                                                                                                   GWIF       iv SPLIT
                                                                                                                   WELL #7    WELL #7
                                                                                                                   (DISS)     (DISS)
                                                                                                                   03/17/87   03/18/87
                                                       UG/L

                                                       3
                                                       6.1
                                                       20
INORGANIC ELEMENT/COMPOUND

     BERYLLIUM
     CADMIUM
     COPPER
     MOLYBDENUM
     NICKEL
     LEAD
     STRONTIUM
     TELLURIUM
     TITANIUM
     THALLIUM
     VANADIUM
     YTTRIUM
     ZINC
     ALUMINUM
     MANGANESE
     CALCIUM
     MAGNESIUM
     IRON
     SODIUM
     POTASSIUM
****************************************************************
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
                                                  UG/L
                                                            UG/L
NA
••
--
NA
NA
NA
--
20
NA
320
--
4000
MG/L
2200
300
0.48
160
7.6
--
••
--
5000
--
--
NA
--
19
--
3300
S200
MG/L
2200
390
0.90
190
NA
NA
•-
74
NA
NA
NA
--
--
NA
15
--
310
MG/L
240
200
0.22
57
6.1
--
••
--
4800
--
--
NA
--
18
13
2400
4900
MG/L
2100
360
--
170
NA
NA
--
74
NA
NA
NA
--
--
NA
15
--
310
MG/L
240
200
0.22
57
6.1
42
28
57
2100
--
--
NA
..
..
16
1400
310
MG/L
240
180
0.30
57
NA
NA
63
59
NA
NA
NA
--
..
NA
18
..
340
MG/L
280
220
..
64
7.4
44
28
280
2200

..
NA

__
16
1300
310
MG/L
250
190

59
NA
 "FOOTNOTES***
  NA  - NOT ANALYZED
  --  - MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED

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               DH7326C.TBL
GENERAL INORGANIC PARAMETERS

     CHLORIDE
     NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
     SULFATE

GENERAL ORGANIC PARAMETERS

     TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                                                          TABLE 6
                                                         ANALYTICAL  DATA SUMMARY (ALL BUT METALS)
                                                         NAZ. WASTE  GROUND-WATER TASK FORCE EVAL.
                                                         MINERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORP.
                                                                 CONCORD,  NORTH CAROLINA

                                                       GWTF      GWTF       GWTF      GWTF      GWTF       IV SPLIT   GWTF       GWTF       GWTF      IV SPLIT
                                                       WELL      WELL       WELL      WELL      WELL       WELL       WELL       WELL       WELL      WELL
                                                       NO. 1     NO. 2      NO. 3     NO. *     NO. 5      NO. 5      NO. 6     NO. 6A    NO.  7     NO. 7
                                                       03/16/87  03/17/87  03/16/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/17/87  03/18/87 03/17/87  03/17/87
                                                       MG/L

                                                       5.0
                                                       1.4
                                                       6.6

                                                       MG/L
MG/L

53
24
70

MG/L
                                                      UG/L      UG/L
MG/L

1700
180
130

HG/L
                                                                          UG/L
MG/L

1600
160
74

MG/L
                    UG/L
MG/L

1400
1600
86

MG/L
                    UG/L
                                                      UG/L      UG/L
                                                      UG/L      UG/L
     TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
     PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN

SELECTED CHLORINATED COMPOUNDS

     HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE

EXTRACTABLE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

     1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
     2-CHLOROPHENOL
     2-NITROPHENOL
     PHENOL
     2.4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
     2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
     2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL
     4-CHLORO-3-METHYLPHENOL
     2,4-DINITROPHENOL
     2-METHYL-4.6-DIN1TROPHENOL
     PENTACHLOROPHENOL
     4-NITROPHENOL
     ETHYLMETHYLDIOXANE
     TRIMETHYLTRIAZINETRIONE

PURGEABLE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

     METHYL ETHYL KETONE
     CHLOROFORM
     TETRACHLOROETHENE(TETRACHLOROETHYLENE)
     TOTAL XYLENES
•A**************************************************************
***FOOTNOTES***
  NA  - NOT ANALYZED
  J   - ESTIMATED VALUE
  N   • PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
  --  - MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED
  U   - MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DFTFCTFD.  THF UIMRFR  IS TUP MINIMUM QUAUTI TAT I ON  LIMIT
                                                       UG/L

                                                       10UR
UG/L
10UR
          UG/L
          UG/L
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           10UR
                                                                           SOUR
                                                                           SOUR
                                                                           SOUR
                                                                           SOUR
UG/L

10UR
          UG/L
          UG/L
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
UG/L

10UR
          UG/L
          UG/L
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
UG/L

10UR
2J
MG/L

1500
NA
130

MG/L

3.9

UG/L

NA
NA

UG/L

0.032

UG/L
2JN
4JN

UG/L


2.1J
MG/L

1000
4SO
41

MG/L
                    UG/L

                    150J
                    82J

                    UG/L
                    UG/L

                    77
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    10UR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
                    SOUR
UG/L

10UR

25
U
MG/L

2800
1100
90

MG/L
MG/L

940
68
71

MG/L
                                                                                                                             UG/L      UG/L
                                                                                                                             UG/L      UG/L
                                                                                                                             UG/L     UG/L
MG/L

880
NA
NA

MG/L

2.9

UG/L

NA
NA

UG/L
                                                                                UG/L
UG/L      UG/L

10UR      10UR
                                                                                                                                                 UG/L

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APPENDICES

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APPENDIX A

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                                       VERSAR WELL DATA SHEET
                     Date:  Beg.
        Site Name/Case No.    /X?ik./r
        Radiation
        Sediment
        Color
        Odor
    3.  Purge Methods
    Date
    Time:  'B
                egin
End
    Personnel
                        /A  .
        Volume Removed
        Equipment
        Lot»    VIA
        Purge Depth
                                                   4.  Sample Methods
                                                       Date    >"l^~	
                                                       Time:  Begin  //* t/^>    End _/_
                                                       Personnel
                                                       Equipment
                                                       Lot *    I	
                                                       Sample  Depth  AM^
                                                       Splits Vw /_1P-
                                                                       /
                                              5.  Notes
                        •  Facility Well Security
                                                  •  Disposal of Purge Water   To
                                                          -x^y
                                                  •  Dedicated Equipment  \ft.~4'
                                                       •  Casing Material
                                                       •  Nonagueous Phases
•  Sampling Weather Conditions
              
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Versar
                                                              c
                DATA :SHEET
Site
Date
Time of Sample Collection   /"7
Well No.  -2
             Performed by
            fi/1

           SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE
Time of Reading 	
Temperature  (°C) 	
Uncorrected  Reading (umhos/cm)
Correction Factor
Corrected Reading (umfaos/cm)
                            Ml
                 Initial

                                (Dtf
                                                                           c
                                              OA/QC
             Time  of Reading
             In-Situ* Temperature (°C)
             Sample Temperature (°C)  _
             Initial Sample pH Reading
             pH Calibration on    V
                4=Jil£     7=
             Sample pH 	,
             pH Recheck  4=_
                          //«  *)
                                 Standard
                                 10=
*If sample  is  retained for pH measurement
 independent of field conditions,  in-situ
 temperature measurement must still be taken.

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                                      VERSAR WELL DATASHEET
                                                                   .* J _
c
1.  Field Well Measurements
    Well Diameter (inner)
    Outer Casing Diameter
    Casing Height
    DTW
    Total Depth
    Reference Point
    Water Column Length
    Casing Vol. (f^	
     X 3 =
                     Date:   Beg.
        Site Name/Case No.
         Well No./Location
          SMO No./Fac. No.

                                           V
                                       3
                                                   4.   Sample -Method:?
                                                      Dats
Tiioa:  Begin
Personnel—  *^
                                                                                End
                                                       Equipment
                                                       Lot
                                                       Sample  Depth
                                                       Splits.
    2.  General Observations
        Organic Vapors  (HNu,
         Radiation_
         Sediment
         Color 	
         Odor
     3.   Purge Methods
         Date
         Time:   Begin
         Personnel
         Volume Removed
         Equipment
         Lot
         Purge Depth
                          End
                                              5.  Notes
                                                  •  Facility W>
                                                  •  Disposal oi
                                                  •  Dedicated £
                                                       •  Nonaqueous
                             •  
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                                                               J / VI
                                                               4/86

                 DATA SHEET
Site
Date
Time of Sample Collection
Well Mo.
Performed by
            SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE
Time of Reading
Temperature (°C)
                       / C'
Uncorrected Reading  (umhos/cm)
Correction Factor   fff	
Corrected Reading  (umhos/cm)
                  Initial

                                   QA/QC
Time of Reading _
In-Situ* Temperature (°C)
Sample Temperature (°C) 	
Initial Sample pH Reading
pH Calibration on     ~7•
    4=  *f-.&<+    7=_7±
 Sample  pH
pH Recheck  4=
                       7=
                                   Standard
                                 1Q=
                                   10=
 *If  sample  fs  retained for pH measurement
  independent df field conditions,  in-situ
.-temperature measurement must still  be  taken.

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                  COMPLETE IN CASE OF MULTIPLE SAMPLING EVENTS
Facility
Well No.

Sampling Order
   Volume
Date
Time
Personnel
VOA
POC
POX
Ext. Org.
                   G
                ^
                                            \x
D i ox i n
             3-17-87
         1650
T. Metals
Diss. Metals
 I
TOC
TOX
1
Phenols
                                             V
                                       \y
          o* ~~
   'i 01.
                                             t

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                                                                          Rev.  1:   4/86
                                     VERSAR WELL DATA SHEET
C
            Date:  B«g.   J?
Site Name/Case No.
 Well No./Location
  SMO No./Fac. No.
                                         /
                                                "7
End
    1.  Field Well Measurements
        Well Diameter  (inner)
        Outer Casing Diameter
        Casing Height
        DTW
        Total Depth
        Reference Point
        Water Column Length
        Casing Vol.
         X 3 =
                            /.
                                             4.  Sample Methods
                                                Date
                                         Time:   Begin
                                         Personnel
                                                 Equipment
                                                 Lot *
                                                 Sample  Depth  A///?
                                                 Splits
                                                                         End
C
2.  General Observations

    Organic Vapors  (HNu, OVA,
             / ) tt-<^
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                                                                                      (
                                      DATA SHEET
                     Site
                     Date
                     Time of Sample Collection
                     Well No.
                     Performed by

£ 0-
                                 SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE
Time of Reading
Temperature (°C)
                     Uncorrected Reading (umhos/cm)
                     Correction Factor
                     Corrected Reading (umhos/cm)
                  Initial
                                                                                     -(
                                                        QA/QC
                                          pH
Time of Reading
In-Situ* Temperature (°C)
Sample Temperature (°C) 	
Initial Sample pH Reading
pH Calibration on    7 O o
    4=  ^
                  1=
Sample pH
pH Recheck
            4=^(^7   7=
                                                        Standard
                                                     1Q=
                                                       10=
                     *If sample is retained for pH measurement
                      independent of field conditions, in-situ
                      temperature measurement must still be taken.
                                                                i

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                                     VERSAR WELL DATA SHEET
C
             Date:  Beg. 	
Site Name/Case No.    M/K i/llAiL
 Well No./Location
  SMO No./Fac. No.
       End
                                                                                       13/9*
                                                                               Rev. 1:  3/86
1.  Well Measurements
    Well Diameter (inner)
    Outer Casing Diameter
    Casing Height
    DTW
    Total Depth
    Water Column Length
    Casing Vol.  / *^}
     X 3 =

2.  General Observations
C    Organic Vapors  (HNu,
            ••—?
       Radiation_j
       Sediment
       Color 	
       Odor
   3.  Purge Methods
       Date
                               7 I
                                \ 1 5 < A
       Volume Removed
        Equipment
        Lot  #
       Time:  Begin / } h ji   End
       Personnel j
                                                 4.  Sample Methods
                                                     Date
                                          Time:  Begin
                                          Personnel
                                                                            End
                                                                        , (v ' y nf-L
                                                     Equipment  fisti'/-^ — /
Lot *
                                                             ?
                                                 5.  Notes
                                                     •  Facility Well Security
                                           •  Disposal  of Purge Water T-a
                                           •   Dedicated Equipment ^_
                                                      •  Casing Material  Q
                                                                         .
                                                                         U
                                                      •   Nonaqueous  Phases
                                           •  Sampling Weather Conditions
                                                         Other
                                                                          A/I r/-/

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              Vcrsai:
MC
                                           DATA SHEET
                           Site
                           Date
                           Time of Sample Collection
                           Well No.
                           Performed by

 C
 C
                                      SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE
                           Time of Reading
                           Temperature (°C)
                    /3. a
                                                                               <_
                           Uncorrected Reading (umhos/cm)
                           Correction Factor
                           Corrected Reading (umhos/cm)
                                            Initial
                                 QA/OC
  Time of Reading
  In-Situ* Temperature (°C>  	
  Sample Temperature (°C)     S3.
'  Initial Sample pH Reading  	
  pH Calibration on   "7 00	
     4= ^
                                                            Standard
                                            7=
                               10=
                           Sample pH 	6
                           pH Recheck  4=_
                           *If sample is retained for pH measurement
                            independent of field conditions, in-situ
                            temperature measurement  must still be taken.

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MC.
                                     VERSAR WELL DATA SHEET
                                                                      .LO 1 3 i
                                                              Rev.  1:  4/86
                         Date:  Beg.
            Site Name/Case No.  	
             Well No./Location  	
              SMO No./Fac. No.
                                           End
1.  Field Well Measurements
    Well Diameter (inner)
    Outer Casing Diameter
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    Casing Height
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2.  General Observations
        Organic Vapors (HNu,  OVA, (TIP
               / )
        Radiation
        Sediment
        Color
        Odor
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        Date
Time:  Begin
Personnel  M
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                        SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE
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             Uncorrected  Reading (umhos/cm)
             Correction Factor 	
             Corrected Reading (umhos/cm)
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       Well Diameter (inner)
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       Casing Height
       DTW
               \
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       Water Column Length
                   •N • *   X
       Casing Vol. -\i 7- 1^7
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                                       4.   Sample M«thbds. i
                                           Date
                                           Time:
                                               Equi pme n
                                               Lot #
                                               Splits
                                                                      Lr.d
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       Organic Vapors (HNu, OVA,
                     /
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       Color
       Odor
   3.   Purge Methods
       Date
Time:  Begin u J
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                                                  Dedicatedz3!quipment.
                                                      •  Casing Material
                                                         Nona quesnis-- Phases
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Site
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 independent of field conditions, in-situ
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APPENDIX B

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               May IS, 19J6
APPENDIX IX •- GROUND UAIER MONITORING LIST
Sy sternal ic Naaie
Ac enaph t h y I ene
Acenaphthylene, 1.2-dihydro-
•. i
Acetamide. M- (4-ethoxyphenyl )-
Acet amide. H-9H- f luoren-2-yt -
Acetic acid ethenyl ester
Acetic acid, (2.4.5- tr ichlorophenoxy)-
Acetic acid. (2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-
Acetonitrile
A 1 u« i niua
Anthracene
Ant imony
Aroclor 1016
Aroclor 1221
Aroclor 1232
Aroclor 1242
Aroclor 1248
CAS RN
208 96 8
83-32-9
62 44-2 •
53 96-3
108 05-4
93 76 5
94 75 - 7
75 05-8
7429 90 5
120 12 7
7440-36 0
12674-11-2
11104 28 2
11141-16-5
53469 21-9
12672-29 6
Coaoton fcaaw
Acenaphthalene
Ac enaph thene
Phenacet in
2-Acetylaainof luorene
Vinyl acetate
2.4.5 1
2,4 Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
Acetoni trile
Aluailnua (total)
Anthracene
Ant tawny (total)
Aroclor 1016
Aroctor 1221
Aroclor 1232
Aroclor 1242
Aroclor 1248 .

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               Nay IS, 1986
APPENDIX IX -• GROUND-WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Naaw
Aroclor 1254
Aroclor 1260
\ <
Arsenic
Bariua)
Beni [al anthracene, 7. 12 -dine thy I •
Benz (i)«ceanthry(ene. I ,2-dihydro- 3-«ethy( •
Beni (el acephenanthrylene
Benzaaide, 3.5-dichloro-N- ( 1 , 1 -diaethyl 2 propynyl )-
Benz la) anthracene
Benzenaaine '
Benzenaain*, 2-aethyl -5-ni tro-
Benzena*in«( 2-nitro-
Benzefaaiinv, 5-nitro-

Benzenaarfnc, 4-chloro-
Benienaaine, 4-nitro-
Benzenanine, 4.4' ••ethylenebis (2-chloro-
CAS RN
11097 69 1
11096 52 5
7440 38-2
7440 39-3
57-97-6
56-49 5
205 99-2
23950 58-5
56-55 3
62-53-3
99 55 8
88-74-4
99-09-2
106-47-8
100-01-6
101-T4-4
Coaaton Na»e
Aroclor 1254
Aroctor 1260
Arsenic (total)
Bariua (total)
7,12-Di*ethylbenz(a)anthracene
3 Nethytcholanthrene
Benzo(b)f luoranthene
Pronaaiide
Benz (a) anthracene
Anilint
5 Nitro-o toluidine
2-Hitroaniline
3 Nitroani line
p-Chloroani I in*
p-Ni troani 1 ine
4, 4 '-Nethylencbis(2 -chloroani line)

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               Hay IS. 196*
APPENDIX IX -• GROUND WATEI MONITORING LISI
Systematic Naate
•enzenaanne. N-ni troso-H-phenyl-
Benzenapine. N-phenyl-
«. •
Benzenanine, N,N-di*ethy( -4- (phenytazo) •
•eniene
Benzene, 1 -broaM-4-phenoKy-
• cniene, 1 -chloro-4 -phenoxy-
Benzene. 1 -•ethyl -2.4-dini tro-
•eniene. 1. 1 • -(2.2.2- tr ichloroethy Hdene)bis(«-chloro-
•eniene, 1. 1« • (2.2.2- trichlorocthyl idene)bis[4-»ctho*y-
Beruene, 1 , 1 ' - (2.2-dichloroethyl idene)bis (4-chJoro-
•eniene, 1,1' • (dichloroethenyl idene)bis|4-chloro-
Beniene, 1.2-dlchtoro-
Benienc, 1,2.*- trlehloro-
Benxene. 1 ,2.4.5- t«trach(oro-
Benzene, 1.3-dichloro-
Benzene, 1.4 -dichloro-
CAS RN
06 30-6
122-39-4
60-11 T
71 43 2
101-55-3
7005 72 3
121 14 2
50-29 3
72 43 5
72-54 8
72 55-9
95-50 1
120 82-1
95-94 3
541 73-1
106-46-7
Coawon Naa*
N-Nltrotodlphenyla«int
Diphenytaaine
p Oi»ethyla«inoazobenzene
Benien*
4 Broawphtnyl phenyt ether
4-Chlorophenyt phenyt ether
2.4-Dinitrototuene
DDT
Hethoxychlor
ODD
DDE
o - D 1 eh 1 orobenzene
1,2,4-Irlchlorobeniene
1,2.4.5- r«trach(orob«nzene
•-Dlchlorobcnxene
p • 0 i ch 1 orob«nz ene

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                                                               Nay IS, 1986
                                                APPENDIX IX •- GROUMO-UATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Na*e
Benzene. 1,4-dinitro-
Benzene. 2-aethyt - 1,3-dini tro-
Benzene, chioro-
Benzene, diawthyl-
Benzene, ethenyl-
Benzene. ethyl-
Benzene, hexachloro-
Benzene. *ethyl-
Benzene, nitro-
Benzene, pentachtoro-
Benzene, pentachloronitro-
Benzenaacatic acid, 4-chloro-o<:(4-ch(oroplienyl )-^i-hydroxy- ,
«,thyl altar
'
1.2 Benzanadlcarboxyl ic acid. bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester
1.2-Benzenadicarbonyl ic acid, butyl phenylvethyl eiter
CAS RN
100-25-4
606-20 2
108 90 7 '
1330 20-7
100 42 5
100-41-4
118-74-1
108-88 3
98 95 3
608-93-5
82 68-8
510-15-6
117-81-7
85-68-7
CoMMon Haaw
•eta-Oinitrobenzene
2,6-Oini trototuene
Chlorobenzene
Xylane (total)
Styrene
Ethyl benzene
Menachlorobenzene
Toluena
Nitrobenzene
Pent ach 1 orobenzene
Pentachloroni trobenzene
Chlorobenzi (ate
• is(2 ethylhexyl) ph thai ate
Butyl benzyl pdthalata
1.2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dibutyl ester
84 74 2
Din butyl phthalate

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               May 15, 1986
APPENDIX IX •- GROUND WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Name
1,2-Benzenedicarboxyl ic acid, diethyl ester
1.2 Benzenedicarboxyl ic dcid. dlaMthyl after
i •
1,2-Benzenedicarboxyl ic acid, dloctyl ester
1.3-Benzenediot
Benzeneethanaaine, «(,«{-diaethyl -
lent enene t hano I
Benzenethiol
1,3 Beniodioxole. 5-(1 -property 1 )•
1 ,3- Beniodioxole, 5- (2-propenyt )-
Benzo(k) f luoranthene
Benxotc acid
Benzolrstlpcntaphtna
Bento(JBhllp«ry(«nt
Benzolalpyrtna
Beryllius
(1.1'-Biphenyl)-4,4'-diMiine. 3.3' -dichloro-
CAS IN
84 66 2
131-11-3
117 84 0 '
108 46 3
122 09 8
100 51 6
108 98 5
120-58 1
94-59 7
207 08 9
65 85 0
189 55 9
191-24-2
50 32 8
7440-41-7
91 94-1
COWMMI Na*t
Diethyl phthalate
*
Diaethyl phthalate
Di-n-octyl phtbalate
Reiorclnol
alpha,alpha-0iaethylphenethyla*in*
Benzyl alcohol
Benzenethiol
Isosafrole
Safrole
Benzo( k ) 1 I uor anthene
Benzole acid
Dibenzola, ijpyrene
Benzo(ghi )perylene
Benzo(a)pyrene
Berylliu* (total)
3,3' -'Dichlorobenzidine

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               Hay IS. 1986
APPENDIX IX -•  GROUND WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Na*e
(1.11 Biphenyl)-4.4'-dia«lne. 3,3'-dlMthoxy
11, 1'-Bipheny 1] -4.4'- diaaiine. 3.3'-diMthyl -
11. 1'-Biphenyt)-4-aanne
M.I' Biphenyl) 4,4' diaaine


1,5 Butadiene. 2-chloro-
1-Butanaiaina. N butyl -N-ni tro»o-
2-Butanone
2-Butene, 1 ,4-dichloro- , (£)•
Cadaiu*
Calciua
Carbon diaulfide
ChroaiJua
Chrysent
Cobalt
Copper
CAS RN
1)9-90-4
119-93 7
92 67-1 '
92 87 5
87 68 3

126-99 8
924-16 J
78 93 3
110 57 6
7440-43 9
7440-70-2
75 15-0
7440-47-3
218-01 9
7440-48-4
7440 50-8
Coaaon Na»e
3,3' Oiatethoxybenzidine
3.3* Di*ethytb«niidine
4- Aainobiphcnyl
•entidine
Hexachlorobutadiene

2-Chloro- t.3-butadienc
N-Nitroaodi -n-butyla*ine
Methyl ethyl ketone
trana-1.4-Dichloro-2-butene
CadMiuai (total)
Calciuai (total)
Carbon ditulfide
Chroaiua (total)
/
Chrytene
Cobalt (total)
Copper (total)

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                                                               Nay  IS.  1986
                                                APPENDIX IX •• GROUND-KATE* MONITORING LIST
Systematic Na*e
                                                                      CAS RN
                                                                                          COMOA Naate
Cyanide
                                                                      57-12 5
Cyan id*
2.5 Cyclohexadiene- 1,4-dione
                                                                       106- 51 -4
p-lenioquinone
Cyclohexan*, 1.2,3.4.5.6 hexachloro , < 1<*.2«<.3 A ,4o<,5 A,<
                                                                       319 84-6
alpha INC
Cyclohexane, 1.2,3,4,5.6 hexachloro . M0(,2 A,3«<,4 ^,S«rf.6 £)       319 85 7
                                                                                          beta INC
Cyclohexane. 1.2.3.4.5.6 hexachloro  . < 1ethyl-
                                                                      78-59-1
liophorone
1,3-Cyclopentadiene, 1,2,3.4,S.S-hexachloro-
                                                                      77-47-4
Nexachlorocyclopentadiene
Dtbeni (a, hi anthracene
                                                                      S3- 70-3
Of b«ntta. h| anthracene
Dibenzotb.e) (1,4)dioxin. 2,3.7.8- tetrachioro-
                                                                      1746-01-6
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenio-p-dioxin
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                                                APPENDIX IX -• GROUND-WATER NOMITORINC LIST
Systematic Nave
                                                                      CAS RH
                                                                                          Common NaM
Ethane. 1.1,2-trichloro-
                                                                      79 00-5
1.1,2-Trlchlorocthane
Ethane, 1,1.2.2-tetrachloro-
                                                                      79 34 5
1.1,2,2-!•!rachloroethane
Ethane, 1.2-dibroau>-
                                                                       106 91 4 *
1,2 -0 ibroaM>e thane
Ethane, 1,2-dichloro-
                                                                       107-06-2
1,2-Oichloroethane
Ethane, chloro-
                                                                       75 00 3
Chloroethan*
Ethane, henachloro-
                                                                      67 72-1
Heiachloroethane
Ethane, pentachloro-
                                                                      76 01-7
Pentachloroethane
1,2 Ethanediaaine. N,N-di«ethyl N1 -2 pyridinyl N' • (2- thienylatethyl )-  91 80 5
Methapyrl(ene
Ethanone.  1-phenyl
                                                                      98 86-2
Acetophenon*
Ethene. (2-chloroethoxy)-
                                                                       110-75 8
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether
Ethene.  1,1-dichloro-
                                                                       75 35-4
1,1-Dichlorocthylene
Ethene,  1.2-dichloro-.  (E)
                                                                       156 60 5
tran»-1,2-Dichloro«then«
Ethen«j, ckloro-
                                                                       75 01-4
Vinyl chloride
 Ethene.  tatrathloro-
                                                                       127  18-4
Tttrachloroathan*
 Ethene,  trichloro-
                                                                       79-01-6
                                                                                           Irlchloroethene
 fluoranthene
                                                                       206-44-0
                                                                                           Fluoranthene

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                                                                Nay 15, 1986
                                                 APPENDIX  IX ••  GROUND-WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Naa>e
fluoride
9H-Huorene
2-Hexanone
Nydraiine, 1,2-diphenyl •
IndenoM ,2,3-cdlpyrene
Iron
lead
Magnesiu*
Manganese
Mercury
Methanaaiine. N-»ethyl -N-ni troso-
Methane, broaw-
Mcthan*, broawdichloro-
Methane, chtoro-
Methane, dibroaw
CAS RN
16984 48-8
86-73-7
591 78-6 '
122 66-7
191 39-5
7459-89 6
7439-92-1
7439 95 4
7439-96 5
7439-97-6
62-75-9
74-83-9
75-27-4
74-87-3
74-95-3
Coavon Naac
t i uor I de
f luorent
2-Nexanone
1 . 2-Oiphenylhydraiine
lndeno( 1 .2, 3 • cd)pyrene
Iron (total)
Lead (total)
Magnet iua (total)
Manganese (total)
Mercury (total)
N-Nltroaodiawthylaaine
•ro*oaw thane
•ro«od i chl oro*e thane
Chlorovethane
Dibroaxwtethant
Methane. dibroa>ochloro-
124 48-1
Chl»rodibroaio««thane

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               May 15, '1986
APPENDIX IX •• GROUND UAIER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Naate
Methane, dichloro-
Methane, dichlorocii f luoro-
• 4
Methane, iodo-
Methane. tetrachloro-
Methane. tribro«o-
Methane. trichloro-
Methane, tr ichlorof luoro-
Methanesulfonic acid. Methyl ester
Methanethiol , trichloro-
4, 7- Methano- IN- indene. 1 ,2,4,5,6, 7,8,8-octachloro 2,3.3a.4, 7. 7a
hexahydro-
4. 7- Methano- IN- indene. 1.4.5,6, 7.8.8 -heptachloro-3a. 4.7. 7a- tetra •
hydro-
2,5-H«th«no-2N-lnd*no(1,2-bloiiirene. 2. 3.4. 5.6. 7. 7 heptachtoro- la.


6,9 Methano- 2.4.3 -beniodioxathiepin, 6,7.8.9. 10. 10- hexachloro- 1.5.
5a.6,9,9a-hexahydro- . 3-oxide, <3o/,5a f^,6 e
Dichloroatethane
Dichlorodif luoroatethane
lodo*e thine
Carbon tetrachlor ide
1 ribr o« o«e thane
Chlorofora)
Irichlorononofluoroaiethane
Methyl «ethanesulfonate
Trichloroaethanethio!
Chlordane

Heptacblor

Heptachlor epoxide


Endosulfan 1
6.9 Methano-2.4.3-beniodioxathiepin. 6,7,8,9.10.10-hexachloro-1, 5,     33213-65-9
     5a,6,9,9a-hex«hydro-, 3 oxide, (i£X,5a^,6 A,9 A,<
                                          EndosulIan
                    11

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               Nay IS. 1986
APPENDIX IX -- GROUND-WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Naaw
1,3,4 Metheno 2H-cyclobuta(cd)pentalen-2 one, 1. 1a.3.3a.4,5.5.5e.
5b, 6 -detach lorooc (ahydro-
1.2,4 Net henocyc lop«nt a fed) pcntal enc- 5 -carboxaldehyde. 2,2a.3,3,4.
7 hexachlorodecahydro . ( 1
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                                                               Nay 15. 1986
                                                APPENDIX IX •• GROUND-WATER MOM I TOR INC LIST
Systematic Name
                                                                      CAS RN
Cowaon Hi
Phenol
                                                                      108 95-2
Phenol
Phenol. 2 (1 »ethylpropyl)-4.6-dlnttro-
                                                                      88 85 7
2 tec-lutyl-4.6 dlnitrophenol
Phenol, 2-chloro-
                                                                      95 57 8
2-Chlorophenol
Phenol. 2 nethyl
                                                                      95-48-7
ortho-Cretol
Phenol. 2 methyl-4.6 dinitro
                                                                      554 52-1
4.6-Oinitro-o-cresol
Phenol. 2-nitro-
                                                                      88-75-5
2 Nitrophenol
Phenol, 2.2'••ethylenebisf.3,4,6-trichloro-
                                                                      70-30-4
Hexachlorophene
Phenol .
Phenol .
Phenol ,
Phenol ,
Phenol .
Phenoll.
Phenol .
Phenol .
Phenol .
2.
2.
2,
2.
2,
2.
2.
3.
4-
4-
4-
4-
4.
4,
2.6
4
4.6- tetrachloro-
dichloro-
dimethyl-
dimethyl-
dfnftro-
5-trlchloro-
6- trlchloro-
dichloro-
chloro-3-nethyl -
58
90 2
120-83-2
105
•67-9
105-67-9
51
95
88
87-
59
28-5
95 4
06-2
65 0
50-7
2.
2.
2,
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
P-
3, 4, 6 -Tetrachlorophenol
4 -Oichlorophenol
4-Dtawthylphenol
4-Dimethytphtnol -
4-Dinitrophenot
4.5-THchlorophenol
4.6-Trichlorophenol
6- Oichlorophenol
Chloro-m-creiol

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               May 15. 1986
APPENDIX IX •- GROUND WATER MONITORINC LIST
Systematic Naaw
Phenol. 4-*ethyl-
Phenol, 4-nitro-
« •
Phenol, pentachloro-
Phosphorodithioic acid. 0.0-df«thyl S- Kethyl th(o)Mthyl] ester
Phosphorodithioic acid, 0.0-diethyl $• |2-o-3-chloro-
Propane. 1,2-dichloro-
Propane. 1,2.3- trichloro-
CAS RN
106-44-5
100 02-7
87-86-5
298 02-2
298 04-4
52-85-7
56-38-2
297-97-2
298 00 0
100 75-4
7440-09 7
621-64-7
96-12-8
78-87-5
96-18 4
CoMon Naa«
para-Cresol
4-Hi trophenol
Pentachloropnenol
Phorate
Oisulfoton
r
Faopliur
Parathlon
0,0 Diethyl 0-2 pyraiinyl phosphoroth-
ioate
;
Methyl parathion
N-Nitrotopiperidine
Potass IUM (total)
Di -n-propylnl trostailne
1 . 2 -0 1 broaw -3 • chl oropropane
1 , 2 - 0 i ch 1 or opr opane
1 , 2 , 3 • T r i ch 1 or opr opane
                    14

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               Nay 15. I486
APPENDIX IX  •  GROUND WATER NONITORING IIST
Systematic Na*e
Propane. 2,2' -oxybisd -chloro-
Propanedinl tril*
Propanenitri Ic
Propanenitrile, 3-chloro-
Propanoic acid. 2- (2,4,5 • tr ichlorophenony )-
1-Propanol. 2.3-dibroam- . phosphate (3:1)
1-Propanol, 2-aethyl-
2-Propanone
2-Propenal
1-Propenc. 1, 1.2. 3.3,3 -hexachloro-

1-Propene. 1,3-dichloro- . (E)-
1 Propene. 1.3 dlcMoro- , (2)
1-Pronen*. 3-chloro-
2-Prop«n«nitril«, 2-awthyl-
2-Propeneni trl le
2-Propenoic acid, 2 ncthyl , ethyl ester
CAS RN
108 60-1
109 77 3
107 12 0'
542-76-7
93 72 1
126 72 7
78 83-1
67-64-1
107 02 8
1888 71 7

10061-02-6
10061-01 5
107-05-1
126-98-7
107 13-1
97 63-2
CoMton Maa«
• is(2-cMoroisopropy!) ether
Nalononi trl It
Ethyl cyanide
3 Ch 1 or oprop i on i t r i I e
Silven
Iris (2,3-dibroaopropyl ) phosphate
Isobutyl alcohol
Acetone
Acrolein
Hexach I oropropcne

tram- 1.3 -Dichloropropene
cis 1,3 Dichloropropcnc
3- ChloroproptM
Nethacryloni trlle
Acrylonitrile
Ethyl Mthacrylate
                    15

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                                                               Hay 15. 1986
                                                APPENDIX IX •- GROUND-UATE* MONITORING LIST
Systematic Name
2-Propenoic acid. 2-methyl-, Methyl ester
2-Propen- 1 -ol
1 — 	 	 ! 	 vj 	 r_ 	 	
2-Propyn- 1 -ol
Pyrene
Pyridine
Pyridine. 2 methyl-
Pyrrol idine. 1-nitroso-
Selentum
Si I ver
Sodium
SuHide
CAS IN
80 62 6
107-18 6
107 19 7 '
129 00-0
110-86-1
109 06 «
930 55-2
7782 49 2
7440-22-4
7440 23 5
18496 25-8
CoMaon Nam«
Methyl methacrylate
Allyl alcohol
2-Propyn-1-ol
Pyrene
Pyridtnc
2 Ptcoiine
N-Mitrosopyrrol idine
Selenium (total)
Silver (total)
Sodium (total)
Sulfide
Sulfurout acid, 2-chloroethyl 2- 14- ( 1.1 -dimethylethyl)phenoxy]-1•
     methylathyl ester
140 57 8
Araalte
Thai!
                                                                      7440-28-0
                    Thallium (total)
Ihiodiphosphorlc acid (l(MO)^ P(S)l^O). tetraethyl ester
3689 24 5
Tetraethyldi thiopyrophosphate
Tin
7440 31 5
Tin (total)

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                                                               Nay IS.
                                                APPENDIX IX •-  GROUND WATER MONITORING LIST
Systematic Naa*
CAS RN
                    Common Naate
Toxaphene
8001-35-2
Toxaphene
Vanadiu*
7440 62-2
Vsnadlui (total)
Zinc
                                                                      7440 66-4
                    Zinc (total)
                                                                    17

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                                                          EP  TOXICITY ANALYSES
                                                    SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT  SAMPLES
                                         MINERAL RESEARCH AND  DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
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FROM:    PILKO  AND ASSOCIATES,  1985
          "ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT  OF MRDC"

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APPENDIX D

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     TABLE 1

MONITOR  WELL CONSTRUCTION
]
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Well
No.l
1
2
3
4
5
6
Date
' Installed
7/16/81
7/16/81
7/16/81
7/16/81
7/16/81
7/16/81
Depth
Drilled '
(ft.)
13.5
19.0
17.5
14.0
14.0
13.5
Well
Depth
- (ft.)
12.0
19.0
17.5
13.5
14.0
13.5
Screen
Length
(ft.)
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
Standpipe
Height
(ft.)
2.0
1.5
3.0
2.0
1.5
2.0
> Depth to j" .
Water After J
Drilling (ft.))
9.0
17.0
15.5
6.0
6.0
6.0
Standing
Water Afte;
Drilling (f-
3.0
2.0
2.0
7.5
8.0
7.5
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                                       SECTION  II




                                     NUS WELL RECORDS

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                                NUS WELL RECORD
         Mineral Research & Development
            1A (Borehole only)	
'reject: 	
:ell No.: 	
coordinates: __^	
n-Site Geologist:   s.  Frush
levation  (top of pipe):
levation (land surface): 	
levation (water table): 	
ate Measured: 	
tatus Of Well: Sealed with Quikrete
            CASING
Type:  None
Diameter: 	
Length:
Type of Joint:
Screen Slot: 	~
Screen Length:
Screen Setting:"
         DRILLING
rilling Started: _
rilling Completed:
rilling Company:
                     7/14/81
                     7/14/81
                    Subsurface
 ermit  NO.
                 \  Investigations
              None Needed _
    Of Driller: Buddy Steohenson
ype Of Rig:  Rotarv  (Auaer)
r-illing Fluid:   None
      HOLE DATA
Die Diameter: 7.5
lickness of Overburden:    15.0  ft.
?pth Drilled in Rock:   p	
3tal Depth of Hole:     ie.o  ft.
     DEVELOPMENT
 ithod: None
                                                          GRAVEL
Type: _
Size: _
Volume:
Depth:
None
                                                           GROUT
                                             Type:  _
                                             Method:
                                             Vo 1ume:
                                             Depth:
        None
                                             Type:
            BACKFILL
       Ouikrete Cement
                                                          COMMENTS
                                              5 ft. of auger left.in borehole-
                                              sealed with cement.	
                                              Hole is  15 ft. scutjhwest of  ~
                                              well no. 1.
                                  DRILLING LOG
 From
      Depth
              To
 Formation
Description
  ft.-  3.5  ft.
5ft.- 4
<=*-.- 6
ft. -10
ft.
ft.
ft.
f*-.-L4 ft.
ft. -15
ft. -15
ft.
ft.


                          Red-brown clavev sandv loam - nodular   	
                          Chocolate brown clavev sandv loam - nodular
                          Lt. brown nodular clavev sar.dv loam	.	
                          Lt. brown verv clavev silt loara chunkv	
                          Rock with It. brcwn and red clavev silt.loam
                          Rock with" reddish clavev silt loam	.	
                          Rock -  no clavev silt loam
                          BOH at aucer refusal
                          /shear pin snagged)
                                lotrol
                                - — *	

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3
3
3
 n
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                                 NUS WELL RECORD
          Mineral Research s Development,
Project:
Well No.:"	
Coordinates: _^	
On-Site Geologist:  s. Frush
Inc.
   Type:
                                          CASING
                                      PVC - Schedule 40
Elevation (top of pipe;:
Elevation (land surface):
Elevation (water table):
Date Measured:
Status Of Well:
                                                   	
                                             Diameter:
                                             Length:
                                            in.
                                          20.5 ft.
                              Type of Joint: clued
                              Screen Slot:
                                                            No. 10  (.01 in.)
                              Screen Length:
                              Screen Setting:"
                                                               5.5 ft.
                                                              13.5 ft.
                           complete
          DRILLING
Drilling Started: 	
Drilling Completed:    7/15/81
                                7/16/81
                                                          GRAVEL
                                                     Clean sand
         Drilling  Company:  subsurface
                ,           Investigations
         Permit  No.:
                              Type: _
                              Size: 	
                              Volume:  Q  ft.)
                              Depth:   10  ft.
                                                              Medium to coarse
                        None needed
Name Of Driller; Buddv Stenhenson,
Type Of Rig:    Rotarv (Auaer)
Drilling Fluid:
                                                                   GROUT
                                                              Quikrete
                HOLE DATA
         Hole Diameter:
                              Type: _
                              Method:  Premix  &  tamp
                              Volume:  (2  ft.)	
                              Depth:    s  ft.	
                  7.5  in.
         Thickness  of Overburden:19.oft.
         Depth Drilled in Rock:     6
         Total Depth of Hole:
                          19.0ft.
      DEVELOPMENT
Method: Surging with potable water
                                          BACKFILL
                              Type:    Natural material and clean
                                         sand

                                           COMMENTS
                                Drilled 5 adjacent auger borings
                                each 3 ft. deep and encountered
                                boulders - Quikrete collar
                                   DRILLING LOG
       Depth
  From        To
     ft.-
ft.
                                              Formation
                                             Descriptio'n

                           Reddish brown,  clayey silt  loam
             ft.-  6.5 ft.
                           Same as  above but very  nodular
         6.5 ft.- 14
               ft.
 14   ft.-  19
ft.
                           Reddish brown clayey loam - large  chunks (moisture)
                           Liaht brown clayey loam 	•
                                   BOH at auger refusal
                                   Water level after drilling - 17 ft. below ground-- surface
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                                 NUS WELL RECORD
Project:  Mineral Research £ Development, Inc.
Well No.:    3
        Coordinates:
        On-Site Geologist:   s. Frush
        Elevation (top of pipej:
        Elevation (land surface):
        Elevation (water table):
        Date Measured:
        Status Of Well:  complete
                                7/16/81
          DRILLING
Drilling Started: _
Drilling Completed: 	
Drilling Company: subsurface
        t          Investigations
Permit No.:
                                7/16/81
                        None needed
        Name Of Driller: Buddv Stephenson
        Type Of Rig:   Rotary  (Auger)
        Drilling Fluid:  None
       HOLE DATA
Hole Diameter:
                         7.5  in.
        Thickness of Overburden:   17.5 ft.
        Depth Drilled  in Rock:     o	
        Total Depth of Hole:      17.5 ft.
              DEVELOPMENT
        Method:   suraed  with  notable water
                                                     Type:
            CASING
        PVC - Schedule 40
Diameter: 4 in.
Length: 20.5 ft.
Type of 3oint: clued
Screen Slot: No. 10 (.01


in.)
Screen Length: 5.5 ft.
Screen Setting: 12.0 ft.
             GRAVEL
        Gravel and sand
                                                     Type:
                                                     Size:   Road Grade
                                                     Volume:   (8 ft.)
                                                     Depth: 	9.5 ft.
                                                           GROUT
                                                     Quikrete
Type: 	
Method: Premix s tamp
Volume:  (2 ft.)	
Depth:  7.5 ft.	
                                             Type:
            BACKFILL
        Natural material
                                                          COMMENTS
                                              QuLkrete collar	
 »

]
          From
                Depth
              To
            ft.  -  6 ft.
            ft.  - 14 ft.
         14 ft.  - 17.5 ft.
        	  17.5 ft.	
                                           DRILLING LOG
 Formation
Description
                           Lt. brown  sandy  loam
                           Lt.  brown  sandy  clayey loam -  clodding	
                           Lt.  brown  sandy,  clayey loam - large  chunks	
                           Rock	

                           BOH  at aucer refusal	
                           Water level after drilling - 15.5 ft. below ground
1
                                               10

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                                 NUS WELL RECORD
Project: Mineral Research S Development,
Well No.:      4	
Coordinates:
On-Site Geologist:    s. Fraish	
                          Inc.
Elevation (top of pipe):
Elevation (land surface):"
Elevation (water table):
Date Measured:
Status of Well:"
                  Complete
          DRILLING
Drilling Started:
Drilling Completed"
Drilling Company: subsurface
         7/16/81
          7/16/81
                  Investigations
Permit No.:   None  needed	
Name Of Driller:  Buddy  Stephenson
Type Of Rig:    Rotary  (Augec)~
Drilling Fluid:    None
       HOLE DATA
Hole Diameter:
    7:5  in.
Thickness of Overburden:
Depth Drilled  in Rock: _
Total Depth of Hole:
             14.0  ft.
            14.0 ft.
      DEVELOPMENT
Method:  surced with potable water
                              Type:
                              CASING
                          PVC-Schedule 40
Diameter: 4 in.
Length: 15. 0 ft.
Type of Joint: clued
Screen Slot: NO. 10
(.01 in.)
Screen Length: 5.5 ft.
Screen Setting: a.o ft.
                               GRAVEL
                           Gravel  and  sand
Type: _
Size: 	
Volume: 16.o ft.
Depth:  6.5 ft.
                           Road grade
                                            GROUT
                                       Gravel  and sand
                  Type:	
                  Method:  Premix & tamp
                  Volume:  (2 ft.)
                  Depth:   4.5 ft.	
                              Type:
                               BACKFILL
                           Natural materials
                                           COMMENTS
                                Cmikrete collar	
                                   DRILLING LOG
       Depth
   From        Tp_

     ft.  - 3.5 ft_.
  ^5_fi^- 5   ft.
                               Formation
                               Description
            Oranae - brown, verv sandy loam
            Lt....brown, very sandy loam
     ft, -14
ft
Lt. brown, clavev, sandy loam - large chunks -wet


BOH at aucer refusal	
Water level after drilling - 6 ft. below ground surface
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                                 NUS WELL RECORD
Project: Mineral Research  S Development,  Inc.
                                                         CASING
Well No.: 	
Coordinates: _^	
On-Site Geologist:    s.  Frush
Elevation (top of pipe):
Elevation (land surface):"
Elevation (water table):
Date Measured:
Status of Well:"
          DRILLING*
Drilling Started:
Drilling Completed:
Drilling Company:
                       7/16/81
                       7/16/81
                          Investigations
         Permit No.:     NO"° ^0^,30,3	
         Name Of Driller:  Buddy Sephenson
         Type of Rig:    Rotary  (Auger^
         Drilling Fluid:    None
                HOLE DATA
         Hole Diameter:
                   7.5 in.
Thickness of Overburden:   14.0 ft.
Depth Drilled  in Rock:   o	
Total Depth of Hole:    14.o ft.
      DEVELOPMENT
Method:   Suraed with potable watei
                                             Type:   PVC-5chedu3.e  40
                                             Diameter:    4  in.	
                                             Length:     15.5  ft.
                                             Type of Joint:  clued
                                             Screen Slot:    NO.no (.01 in.)
                                             Screen Length:
                                             Screen Setting:"
                                                              5.5 ft.
                                                              8.5 ft.
                                             Type:
                                             Size:
    GRAVEL
Clean sand;S gravel
Road grade	
                                             Volume:  (12 ft.)
                                             Depth:   2.0 ft.
                                                           GROUT
                                                      Cmikrete
                                              Type: __	
                                              Method:  Premix & tamp
                                              Volume:  (2 ft.)	
                                              Depth:
                                                      o ft.
                                              Type:
                                                         BACKFILL
                                                      None
                                                           COMMENTS
                                               Quikrete collar	
        Depth
   From         Tp_

    o ft. -  5 ft.
    5 ft. - 14 ft.
                                            DRILLING  LOG

                                                       Formation
                                                      Description

                                    Reddish brown, sandv learn  	
                                    Lt. brown, sandv, clayey loam, large chunks	


                                    BOH at aucer refusal	
                                    Water level after drilling - 6 ft. below ground surface
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                                 NUS WELL RECORD
         Project:  Mineral Research S Development, Inc.
         Well No.	
         Coordinates:     '	
         On-Site Geologist?    s. Frush
         Elevation (top of pipe): '
         Elevation (land surface): 	
         Elevation (water fable): 	
         Date Measured: 	
         Status Of Well:  'complete
                                 7/16/81
          DRILLING
Drilling Started: _
Drilling Completed;: 	
Drilling Company: subsurface	
       '           Investigations
Permit No.:
                                 7/16/81
              Nona_ needed
Name Of Dr i1ler:  Buddv Steohenson
Type Of Rig:  Rotary (Aucer)	
         Drilling Fluid:  t?one
                HOLE DATA
         Hole Diameter:
                          7.5 in.
Thickness of Overburden:  13.5 ft.
Depth Drilled in Rock:    p	
Total Depth of Hole:
 13.5  ft.
      DEVELOPMENT
Method:  Surged with potable water
                                                         CASING
                                                     PVC-Schedule 40
                                                         4 in.
                   Type: 	
                   Dia/neter: 	
                   Length:   is.5 ft.
                   Type of Joint:
                                                             Glued
                                             Screen Slot:  NO. 10 (.01 in.)
                                             Screen Length:
                                             Screen Setting:"
                                    5.5  ft.
                                    8.0  ft.
                                GRAVEL
                   Type:   Clean  sand and  gravel
                   Size:
        Road grade
                   Volume:  (9  ft.)
                   Depth:   4.5 ft.
                                 GROUT
                           Quikrete
Type: 	
Method: Premix & tamp
Volume: (2 ft.)
Depth:  2.5 ft.
                                BACKFILL
                   Type:    Gravel  S  sand
                                COMMENTS
                    Cmikrete  collar	
 3
 3
 3
       Depth
  From        Tp_

 o  ft. -  1.5 ft.
l.s ft. -  3.5 ft.'
3.5 ft. - 13.5 ft/

     13.5 ft.
         DRILLING LOG

                     Formation
                   Description

 Reddish brown,  clavev loam
JLt.  brown,  siltv,  clavev loam - nodular	
 Lt.  brown,  sandv,  clavev loam,  large chunks -
   moisture
 Rock
                                    BOH  at  aucer refusal
                                    Water  level  after drillinq-6  ft. below ground surface
 3
i
 3
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I-LING CO:~?J..TTOR Subsurface  Invp«;tig-';'EC. MO.
                                                         .  -1' ^.•.:-'.TJ,K- SECTION
                                                          .C.  mil
                                                              WELL CSNSTPUCTIOH PES.-IT NO.
 1.
2.

3.

4.

5.

f.

7.

8.

9.
 WELL LCCAT:;::: (Show sketch  of the location below)

    Nearest T^-mr   Concord ,  N.C.	
                                                          _county:   Cabarrus
       (Road,Cc=r.unity or Subdivision and Lot No.)

   OWNER;  Mineral Research s ppy
                                                          _ Quadrangle ilo.  Harri
                                                                      DRILLTKG LOG
                                                                                            No .
   ADDRESS Concord. N.C.
   TOPOGSAPHV:  draw galley)slope.hilltop,flat(circle  one!

   USE OF WELL: observation	DATE;   7/16/81	

   DOES TSIS WELL REPLACE AN EXISTING WELL?   no
                 n c*.-                   (Auger)
   TOTAi DEPTH:  13.5ft-RlG TYPE OS METHOD;_ Rot a rV
                                                          DEPTH
                                                       FHOM   TO
0 ft-2.S  ff.
                                                                             __FORXA?ION DESC3IPT

                                                                       Reddish brown clavev
                                                                             Silt
                                                                       2.5ft-3.s  ft.
                                                                       3.5ft-5.5  ft.
                  FOKHATION SAMPLES COLLECTED:  YES

                  CASING:   Depth
                                                                       5.5ft- 11  ft.
                        Inside  Wall thicx.   lype
                         Dia.   or weight/ft.
                                                                          moisture.
                  rroc-2 .Otol3 .5ft  4in.   Schedule 40   PVC
10.
               11.
                  GROUT:    Depth     Material      Method

                  From 4 . 5 to6 .5 ft  Quikrete  Premix  S tamp
    SCREEN:   Depth      Dia.      Type t Opening

    Froa 8.0 to!3.5ft   4in.    No.  IQf.Qlin.^
                                                      ..,             hit rock (no rock or
                                                      11 ft- 12  ft.  clav being .brought ur
                                                      12 ft-13.5ft.still hitting rock,
                                                     	it. brown c?],ay being_
                                                                       brought  up.
                                                      BOH at auger refusal.	
                                                                      Ir aoiicional  space is neecec,use oacx or 10:
                                                                  LOCATION SKETCH
                                                (Shov distance ra au=bered roacis, or other sap reference sol=
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12.  GRAVEL:   Depth      Size      Material

    From 6 . 5 tol3 . 5ft Coarse  clean sand
               13. WATER IQKES (depth) ; W.L. 9ft.  bfftnw
                   surface  after drilling
               14.  STATIC WATER LEVEL: _ ft'belowtop °f
                   Casing is _ ft. above land surface ELEV:
               IS.  YIELD (gpa) :_
                                       METHOD OF TESTING:
               16.  PCMPING WATER LEVEL:	

                   *£ter  	hours at
                                                   ft.
                                    gpn.
               17.  CHLORTNATION: Type_

               18.  WATE'S
                                               Amount
                              TEMPERATURE( F)
19. PERMAiTCNT ?U>i?: Date Installed

    Type	Capacity	

    Hake
                         IntaXe OeptJi
                   Airli.-.e Ce?c.l_
20.  HAS  THE O7.~?. 3iiN PRCVICEO A COPY OF THIS SZCCR3 AMD IKf
    RECC."-«'-r:cAT;c;:s?   ves __ _
                                                                       fCSMSS

               21.  KEXV=?.S  Info,  on item 14  and  location  sketch  *n be

                                                                  rr.ished  bv ovr.<*»•
 I do heresy certify  -ha: this well  was constr-jeted  in 4cc
       sicr.s and Sttr.daria »nd that  this well reccrc  is :r
                                                          3rci.-.
                                                          -e a.-.
                                                                              s with
                                                                               exact
                                                                                     S.C. -ell Construction

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                                 °.0.  SOX 77687 - 3ALEK.H, S.C.  77611
aaiLirxc ccr.TPAcroR Subsurface  Investig.£?ATCRE (°F)_
  !     \       19. PE?->'JC."ENT PCMP: Date Installed	
                   Type	Capacity_	(SP=> «?_
 "1                 Make	_Intaice Oept.1!	
                   Airline  Septh
 {             20. '-\S THE  CVT.TH BEEN" ?SOVICED A CCPlf OF THIS KZCCfS AI.'D INFCS-^D OF THE TEPAJITXESTS  REQUIKEXENTS V.'b11
•r
 21. ?X.XA=:-:S Info,  on item 14  and  location  sketch  to be  furnished  by owner.	
    I do heresy  certify that this well was constructed  in accer=i.-.=e  with S.C. Well Construction
    SeTjiaticr-.s  ar.i Standards and that this well record  is true a.-.d exact.               —

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                                   P.O. BOX :7687 - HALEIOH, N.C.  2761:
   ?.n.L:r:s co:~rj..croR Subsurface Tnvogfi^ REG. NO.            WELL COKST.TJ
                                                                                             ION
1.  WELL LOCATIC:;:  (Show sketch of the location below)

      Nearest Town:   ConrnrH .  M r	
                                                                           _County:_
                                                                          Cabarrus
2.

3.
                       (Road.Coer=unity  or Subdivision and Lot No.)

                       R.     Mineral  Resp^rr-h c  n0w0^r.0,,
                             Concord
                4.  TOPOGRAPHY:  draw .^aille^, slope, hilltop, flat (circle one)

                5.  USE  OF WELL; observation     DATE:  -j/

                6.  DOES THIS WELL  REPLACE AN EXISTING WELL?
                                                              .Quadrangle No.  Harrisburq,   N.C.



                                                                           DRILLING LOG  Well No.  3


                                                                                           ON DESC.1I?T.
                                                                             DEPTH
                                                                          PROS:
                                                                  -  £ *•*•    Lt. brown,  sandv  loa
  7. TOTAL DEPT3; 17.5ff^RIC TYPE OR METHOD:

  8. FOP.MATION SAM?LSS COLLECTED:   YES	NO

  9. CASING:
                                                            (aucer)
                                                                          6ft.  -14  ft.
                                                                                                 brn^,
                                                                                            loaro - clodding
                            Depth


                   From-3 .Oto 17.5ft 4in.
                         Inside  Wall thick..   type
                          Dia.   or weight/ft.
                                                         14ft.  -17.S-ft.   Lt.  brown, can^,,  ,0=.

                                                                            loam - large  chunks
                                                              17.5ft.
                                                                             Rock
                                                                        _BOH  at  auoer
10. GROOT:    Depth      Material

    From.  7 .5 eo 9 . 5 ft
                                                     Method
11. SCREEN:   Depth      Dia.

    From 12 . Cfco 17 . Sf t 4_j j^
                                                 Type  4 Opening

                                                No_inf  m in
                                                                              .tional  space is neecea. use  oacx  or  roi
                                                                                      LOCATION SKETCH
                                                                        dts;j=ee to nu=bcred roads, or other =jp reftre
12. GRAVEL:   Depth      sue

    rron_9J5 to!7.5ft Coarse
                                                 Material
              13. HATER ZONZS (depth) ; W.L.  15.S ff
    ground surface after  drilling	

14. STATIC WATER LEVEL:	 ft.^^top of casing

    Casing is	ft.  above  land surface ELEV:	

                   	METHOD OF TESTING:	

16. PUMPING WATER LEVEL:	ft.

    after         hours at
              15. YIELD (gpa) :_
                                                   opn.
              17. CZLORZNATICN: Ty?e_

              18. WATER QUALITY:.	
                                 Anouat
                               TI-XPESATURE (?)
              19. PER.-.ANENT PUMP:  Date  Installed

                  Type	Capacity	

                  ."-axe
                                          Intaxe Ceoth
                  Airline  Depth
              20.  HAS THE OWN"?. SEEN  PROVIDED A COPY CF THIS 3ECOR3 A.VO ::;-'- = «^D OF ,«. DE?V?-^—<;
                  RECC.----HZN2ATICNS?      ye*	                     "                 	

              21.  RzxArJvS Info, on item  14  and location sketch  ;o be furnished  bv owner.

                  I  do her say  certify that this veil was constructed in accrrca.-.ce with N.C.  Well Canst-uc- • on
                  Regulations  and Standards and that this well  reccri is true a--.d exact.            us.. jc..on

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              JPIIAINC CCNTP-ACTDR SubSjirf ac-P  TnT7i»c-f--ig. REG.  NO.
                                                                         N.C.  77f.ll

                                                                             WELL CON'STHUCTIOX  rEltfIT f;o.
              1. WELL LOCATION:  (Show sketch of  the location below)

                    Nearest Town.-    CpnCOrd,  N.C.	
              *. TOPOGRAPHY:  draw^allej^slope, hilltop, flat (circle one)

              5. USE OF WELL: observation      DATE.- 7/16/81	

              fi. DOES THIS WELL REPLACE AN EXISTING WELL?	  HO
                                                         (auger)
              7. TOTAL DEPTH: 14.0ft. *IC TYPE OR METHOD; rotary
               8. FOFOJATION SA.MPLES COLLfCTED:   YES

               9. CASING:   Depth
                                      Ipside  Wall  thick.   type
                                       pia.   or weight/ft.
                      -2 .QtoJ.4. Qtt 4
                                                           -  PVC
               10.  GROUT:    Depth     Material      Method

                   From 4. 5to 6. 5ft  Qulkrete  __ Premix S  tamo
                                                                         _County
                     (Road.Conaiunity or Subdivision and Lot No.)

              2. OWNER;  Mineral Research S Development,  Inc.

              3. ADDRESS:  Concord.   .C.
                                                                          quadrangle NO.   Harrisburg^  N.C.


                                                                                                    frfal T  No. 4
                                                                           DEPTH
                                                                         FROM    TO
                                                                                               ^FORMATION PESCP.I?".
   0 ft.- 3.5ft.   Orange-brown,  very
                     sandy loam

 3.5 ft.- 5   ft.   Lt.  brown, verv  saj
                     loam

  •5 ft. -14   ft.   Lt.  brown, clayey,
                     sandy loam - large
_ chunks  -
                                                                       BOH at  auger refusal
               11.  SCREEN:   Depth     Dja.      Type  6 Opening

                   From 8 .0 to 13 ._gt 4  in. _   No. 10 f. 01 in.)
                                                                       it  aaaicional space is neeaec,  use bacic ai 10:
                                                                                   LOCATION SKETCH
                                                                 (SV.cv distance co ourbered roads, of other saa reference sole
               12. GRAVEL:   Depth      Size      Material

                   From 6.5 to 13 . 5ft Coarse   Gravel  and  sand
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               13. WATZR 20XSS ( depth 1 ;
                                          .  6 ft.  belOW
                   ground surface  after drilling
               14. STATIC WATER LEVEL;    _ ft'bcloutOp °* casi°9

                   Casing is	£t. abov^ land surzace

               15. YIELD(gpm):	METHOD OF TESTIHG:_
               IS. PUMPING WATER LEVEL;

                   after __ hdurs at
                                                   ft.
               17. CELORINATION: Type_

               18. MATER QOAZ.ITY:	
                                               Aoounr
                                            TSMPERATURE ID
               19. PERMWJE.'JT PUMP: Date In«talled_	

                   Type	Capacity	(gp=l &_

                   Make           	^Intike Depth	
                   Airline Depth
               20. HAS THE CV^rER 3EE:! ??.OV-t2ED A COPY OF THIS
                        -E:^ATIC::S?   ves __ .
                                                                  A.V3 IKroWtTO Or THE  CE?AJIT:-^NTS
                                                                                                             Ai.TJ
               21. RSMA.'.ts  Info,  on item 14  and  location  skerch to be furnished by owner.	
                   I io heresy  certify that this  well was constructed  in  accordar.ee with N.C. Well Construction
                   Reculaticr.s  and  Stzr.iiris. and  that this well rec=rd  is tr-je and exact.

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                                                ».0. SGX 27637 - *AI
               3RIL1ING CONTRACTOR Subsurface  Trurggt- i rr >-EC. >!O.
                                                                               I76U       -. ..   :-.•„ •
                                                                              JELL CO::;T.~UCTIOS- ?CP.".IT'NO.
               1. WELL LOCATIC3:  (Show sketch of the  location below)
                     Nearest Tr^n;   Concord.  N.C.	
                      (Road,Coir..Tmnity or Subdivision and Lot No.)
               2. owKER;   Mineral Research  S Development.  Inc.
               3. ADDRESS:    Concord, N.C.	
                4. TOPOGRAPHY:  draw.(valleyjslope,hilltop,flat(circle one)
                5. USE OF WELL;  observation    DATE; 7/16/81	
                «. DOES THIS WELL  REPLACE AN EXISTING  WELL?  "O	   .
                                                          (auger)
                7. TOTAL DEPTH: 14.0ft. RIG TYPE OR METHOD; rotary
               8. FORMATION SAMPLES COLLECTED:   YES
               "9. CASING:   Depth
                                                      NO
                                      Inside  Wall thick.   type
                                       Dia.   or weight/ft.
                  rsom~l.5tol4.0f.  4  in.   Schedule 40 -  PVC
                                                       _County:    Cabarrus --    •   •_  _ 	
                                                       _0uadrangle No.   Harrj-sbura . ___ '-' ,_C_
                                                                                                      Well  NO.  5
                                                                            DEPTH
                                                                         FROMTO
                                                       Oft. -   5ft.
Reddish . brown ,  sar
                                                                                             loam
                                                                          5ft.  - 14ft.   "  Et.  brown, sandy,
                                                                                             clavev  loain -  iarc
                                                                                             cnunxs
                                                                         BOH at auger reftftal
               10. GROUT:     Depth      Material     Method
                  From 0   to   ?. oft Quikrete   _ Premix S tajnp
               11. SCREEN:    Depth      Dia.
                  From 8. 5to 14.Oit 4 in.
                                                Type &  Opening
                                               No.  10(.01  in.)
                                                                       it  aocicional space is owaea, use o\c-.x o>. ;or
                                                                  LOCATION- SKETCH
                                                (Shov dtscioee to numbered roada. or oth«r =ao re
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               13.

               14.

               IS.
               16.

               17.
               18.
               19.
                  GRAVEL:    Depth      Size      Material
                  rron 2 .Otol4 .Oft Coarse  Clean  sand 5
                                                gravel
WATER 20S-ES (depth); W.L.  6  ft. below  ground
 surface  after drilling	
STATIC KATES LZVEL:	 ft-belowtO'P °f Casin9
Casing is	ft. above lacd surface ELEV:	
YIELD (gpa) :	METHOD  OF TESTING:	
PUMPING WATER LEVEL:	ft.
after	hours at	9P=i-
                  CELORINATICH:  Type_
                  WATER QUALITY:	
                                               Amount
                  PERMANENT PCJiP: Date Installed
                  Type	
                  Mafce	
                                 _Capacity_
                                 (gps)HP
                                           Intaice Depth
                  Airline Depth
               20.

               21.
HAS THE CWS-ZR Hit:; PROVIDED A COPY OF THIS RECORD AMD  IMFOPJiES OF THE DEPAJ'.TXiSTS - REQUZR£« NTS
RECO."."-E::CAT:CNS?  _ves	
S£.XA=_-S_Info. on  iteai 14  and location  sketch to  be furnished :by owner.
t do herisy certify that this well was cor.str-jcteci in  acccrsi.-.ie with N.C.  5.'ell  Construinc-r.
        :ns and Scancards and that this --ell record is tr.e and exact.      :
                                      .ards and
                                       M<77/!tU
                                                CT CC
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PRILLING CONTRACTOR Subsnrf af?o
 1. WELL LOCATION:  (Show  sketch of thetlocation below)
      Nearest Town:  Concord. N.C ...... r--'"" _ .r~" '- ..
                                                                            T_\:viT£=' 'SiCT J C'.
                                                                              27611
                                                                            ..Jl^r 5.VjsIT?LT-I£.'i-J!EJ
       (Road.Conaunity  or  Subdivision and Lot No.)
 2. OWNER: Mineral Research s  Development . Sic .
3.  ADDRESS:
                Concord ,  N.C.
                                                             DEPTH
                                                          FROM    TO
                                                                                       •DUII.I.IKG LOG    Well No.  6

                                                                                                TOMATION DZS
4.  TOPOGRAPHY: draw^valle^ slope,hill«6p,.flat (circle1" one)
5.  USE  OF WELL:  observation     DAT^.-t!gXl6/BI: U       0  ft.  -  1.5. ft.   Reddish brown,
«.  DOES THIS WELL REPLACE AN EXISTING WELL?   no	              Clayey loam
7.  TOTAL DEPTH; 13 .5ft. *IC TYPE  OR
8.  FOP.1ATION SAMPLES COLLECTED:  YES_
9.  CASING:   Depth
                                                                      1 . 5  f t .  -  3 . 5 f t .   Lt. brown ,  silty ,
                                                      NO
                                            type f.
                                                  '
                        inside  Mall
                         Dia.   or w
    rroa-2.0t&13^ft_ 4  in.  Schecffile J40 -
                                                                      3.5  ft.  - 13.5 ft.  Lt. brown ,  sandy,
              10. GROUT:    Depth      Material     Method
                       2.5to4.5 ft Quikrete   _ Prgmix S  tamp
              11. SCREEN:   Depth      Dia.      Type & Opening
                  From 8..Q_to 13.S_ft  4  In.    No. "JOt.^!  in.'
                                                                       Ir i=ai:iOnai space i:
12.  GRAVEL:   Depth
                                      Size
                                                Material
                  From 4.5tol3.5fr Coarse   Clean sand S
                                               gravel
              13. WATER ZOXES (depth) ; w.L.  6 ft.  below ground
                   surface  after drilling
                                            above
              14. STATIC KATEH LEVEL: _ £t.faelo°top  of casing
                  Casing is _ ft. aixave land surface ELEV: _
              15. YIELD (gpn) : _ METHOD OF TESTING: _
              16. POMPING WATER LEVEL: _ ft.
                  after        ^hours at _ 9F3-
17. C5LORINATION: Type_
18. WATER QUALITY:	
                                               Amount
                                             TLXPERATZRE (T}_
19. PERMANSMT P12O>: Date Inscalled_
            	Capacity_
                  Type
                  Make  -
                                        -  Intake Depth
                  Airline Oeoch
                                                                      T'.-C=.-i.D  OT TTZ 2I?A.vr?TE:.TS
              20. HAS THE OV«t.-?. SEE:: PROVICED A COPY 5CT"THIS^£C3?^' 7:
                  asccx«::=A7ic::s?    yes _
              21. REMAPS   Info,  on item  14 and: -locationv.s&e- -:h  to be  furnished hv  cv.-r.er.
                  I do heresy  certify -hat this wellies censti^Ci«i IM act: . -.i.-.ce
                  Recuiaticr.s  and  Standards and t-'.at -thL's Ueti--rec=r- :s ;r-e  a.-.i e
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UG/L
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2UJ
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UNITS
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
^JG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
US/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L
VG/L
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BORON
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BERYLLIUM
CADMIUM
COBALT
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NA
200UJ
2U
67
10U
3
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24U
5U
3JUJ.
NA
NJ
NA
7U
23
NA
13000
NA
0.2U
500UJ
5900
610
160
0.06
120
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UNITS
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
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U5/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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1 ' OB/Oi/17 / M=TiLS
! ' : DATA REPCPTIM", SHEET
•: ;.'ATC»
SAMPLE NO.: 97C16550 SAMPLE TYPE: QCSPIKE
•PROJECT NO.: *7-3i6 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
..•sju^ct: VINL?IL *:; < CI&VEL.
M;ciTr: coNCOt.-D STATE: NC
•• STATIQM I.D.: Kl.-LL :2 PE SPIKE
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" SrtVPLE ^fcC'^: SATE/TIHE 00/00/00 REC'D BY:
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' CHEMIST: GKS
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0. 14U
0.54U


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BARIUM
BERYLLIUM
UAuriiun
COBALT
CHROMIUM
COPPER
MLILrBUcNUM
NICKEL
LEAD
ANTIMONY
SELENIUM
TIN
STRONTIUM
TELLURIUM
TITANIUM
THALLIUM
VANADIUM
YTTRIUM
ZINC
ZIRCONIUM
MERCURY
ALUMINUM
MANGANESE
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MAGNESIUM
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• :; *L-ACTUAL VALUERS KNO*M TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
vU-!xATt«IAL WAS AN ALYZED FQ
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SAMPLE NO.: 67C16537 SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PR3JECI_NC. : _:J7-J2S PROGRAM FIFMF.NT' RCRA
SOU^CC: '•' I \ i P A L •< : G DFVcL.
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STCRtT STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME o?/n/B7
SAMPLc_i.OLL££IIi]]Ji_S-TO.P 	 QATE/TI'-iE 00/00/00 	
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CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
CASE NO.: 23-2 3RG SAMPLE NO: D INOPG SAMPLE NO.: MDQA8. f, :
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SAMPLc L2G V-RI.= T?D BY! UFP ^AMPI F OATJl VFRIFIED BY: GKB

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12
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5U
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NA
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14U
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UNITS ELEMENT
UG/L 5ILVFR t
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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PORON
BARIUM
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CADMIUM
COBALT
CHROMIUM
COPPER
MOLYBDENUM
NICKEL
LEAD
ANTIMONY
SELENIUM
TIN ,
STRONTIUM
TELLURIUM
TITANIUM
THALLIUM
VANADIUM
YTTRIUM
ZINC
ZIRCONIUM
MERCURY
ALUMINUM
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IRON
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DATA REPORTING SHEET
•| 	 WATER 	
| S^M'LE MO.: 87C16573 SAMPLE TYPE: BLKUA
• P_R3JCCT ND. : S7-32S PROGRAM FIEMF.NT! RCRA .
.ISOUSCE: MIUcKAL -Ji; £ DEVEL.
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•• SAMPLED COLLECTION: STJP .. DATE/TIME (LQ/00/00
" CCLLECT50 3*1 D PAQU=TTE RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLt 3 c C ' C : OATc/TIMF 00/00/00 REC'D BY:
" CHEMIST: &H3
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
n CASE NO.: 2353 ?RG SAMPLE NO: D INORG SAMPLE NO.: MDQA350'
CONTRACT LAc.KAT J-iYORGANIC) : c.VSI/COf"PU
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6U
NA
6U
2U
0.6U
20U
10U
9
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2AU
•5U
<.U
40UJ
MA
HA
7U
14
NA
14U
NA
0.2U
200UJ
5U
0.16U
0.17U
0.02U
0.19
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SAMPLE NO.: 87C16588 SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
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.. iQi-HC;: KINc^AL RE t D^VEL.
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"SAMPLE riEC'U: DAT:/TIME 00/00/00 REC'O BY:
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SAMPLE NO.: 87C16574 SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
•PROJECT N U . : d 7 - 1 2 6 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA .
^|d TY: "C3NC3?D %" ' STATE: NC
•. ST1TTTM T.T.: CT=LD SLANK
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. " «U-HATbRIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
THc NINHUK DETECTION LIMIT.
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6U
2U
0.6U '
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9
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4IJ
5'J
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33UJ
MA
NA
NA
7U
14U
NA
1-iU
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0.2U
200UJ
5U
0.17U
0. 17U
0.02U
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0.54U






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UNITS ELEMENT
UG/L SILVER J
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
U5/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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ANTIMONY
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TIN
STRONTIUM
TELLURIUM
TITANIUM
THALLIUM
VANADIUM
YTTRIUM
ZINC
ZIRCONIUM
MERCURY
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ATHENS GEORGIA
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^PLE NO.: 87C16589 SAMPLE TYPE: 9LKWA
PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
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STATE: NC
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START DATE/TIME 03/17/97
STCP CATF/TIMF 00/00/00
UfTTE RECEIVED FROM:
Tr-IE 00/00/00 R-C'D 2Y:

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UNITS ELEMENT
UG/L SILVER J
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UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
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ANTIMONY
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TELLURIUM
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VANADIUM
YTTRIUM
ZINC
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L' '
UG/L
UG/L
(JG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L

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KG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
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BARIUM
BERYLLIUM
CADMIUM
COBALT
CHPOMIUM
COPPER
MOLYBDENUM
NICKEL '
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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MG/L
MG/L
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                              10U       UG/L
                           	5 U	UG / L_
                              ^U        UG/L
                              SU        U'VL
                              5U        UG/L
                           	5M	UG/L_
                              k'U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
                           	5U	UG/L.
                              5U        UG/L
                              •5U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
                           	CU	UG/L_
                              5U        UG/L
                              •5U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
                           	101.  	  _
                              ;u        UG/L
                              5U        'JG/L
                              r-U        UG/L
                           	5 U	JJG / L_
                              5U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
                              5U        UG/L
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 VINYL CHLORIDE
 CHLOROfT^ANE
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 I,l-DICHLOROETHcNECl»l-DICHLOROETHYLENEJ
 1,1-niCHLCROETHANE
 TPANS-1.2-OICHLORQFTHENE
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 1,2-DICHLOROETH4ME
 1,1,1-TRrCHLOROETHANE
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UC-/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UC-/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
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1,2-DICHLOROPROPArjE
TRANS-IO-DICHLORCPROPENE .
TRICHLOROETHENE(TRICHLOROETHYLENE)
DIPROMOCHLOROM ETHANE
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CIS-l,3-rnCHLOROPROPF.NE
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TETR4CHLnROETHENE(TETRACHLOROETHYLENE>
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RESULTS
10U
nu
10U
10U
5U
5U
5U
5U
su
SU
SU
5U
. 5'J ., ..
5U
SU
SU
_10UJ
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UMTS
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UG/L
. U5/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L .
UC./L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L ""
UG/L
UG/L
.UC-/L -
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
, UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
U3/L

COMPOUND
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VINYL CHLOPIDE • >
CHLOROETHANE
METHYLTN= CHLORIDE
TRANS-1, 2-DICHLOROETHENE
CHLORCC0'JM
"~1,2-DICHLOROETHANE " ': 	 1
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
CftPRON TETRACHLO»IOE ' , - 1
5ROMOOJCHLOROMETHANE .. -.; -- ' , ..
. 2-blCHLOROPROPANE
R ANS- 1,3-0 1C HLOROPROCENE
TRICHLOSOETHENE(TRICHLOROETHYLENE) .
fENZENE
OIO-ROMOCHLOROMEtHANg
1 , 1 ,2-TRICHLOROETHANE ;'
CIS-1.3-OICHLOROPROPEMS ; • '. i -
2-CHLOROETHYLVINYL ETHEft - . . ; . ' i . :
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TOTAL XYLENES ' '

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RESULTS
10U
10U
10U
10U
10U
5U
5'J
5U
5U
5U
5U
5U
5U
SU
5U
5U
5U
10UJ
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5U
5U
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UNITS COMPOUND
UG/L CHLQROMETHANE ' v'
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
IJG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L



VINYL CHLORIDE
CHLOROETHANE
METHYLENP CHLORIDE
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                  SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                              EPA-ESD.REG IV
                              ATHENS GEORGIA
  08/06/87
                   PURGEABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS,  MISC
                                  W4TER _  	
                    SAMPLE  NO.:  87C16582
                                            SAMPLE TYPE:  GROUNDWA
PROJECT  NO.:  87-326      PROGRAM  ELEMENT:_J?CRA	
SOURCE:  MINERAL  RE t  DEVEL.
CITY:  CONCORD                STATE:  NC
'STATION  i.e.:  WELL i  (DISSOLVED  MEIALJ	
STORET STATION NO:
'SAMPLE COLLECTION: START  DATE/TIME  03/16/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP._DATE/JIME_OO/OO/O.O	
'COLLECTED BY:  D  PAQUETTE        RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D:  DATE,/TIME  00/00/00         REC'D  BY:
SEALED:       _   .   	  	
CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                           (      **«**ANAUYTICAL RESULTS«»«««

                                                                         RESULTS IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                         5U	 DIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE	
                                                                         5U     ~~IODOMETHANE       ~"   	~
                                                                         10UJ     ACROLEIN
                                                                         10U      .ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                         5UJ     '-. TRICHLOROFLUQROMETHANE	
                                                                         50UJETHYL CYANIDE
                                                                         5U       3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                         5U       DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                        -SOUR ___ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL	_
                                                                         5000UR •  1,4-DIOXANE
                                                                         SOUR     CROTONALDEHYDE             <•
                                                                         5U       1,2-DIBROMOE.THANE
                                                                        _SU	lil,l,2-TETRACHLOROETHANJ=	
                                                                         5U       1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
                                                                         SOUR   .  TRANS-l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                         10UJ   '  l,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                        _10UJ	ACETONE
                                                                         5U     '  CARBON DISULF1D6     ''
                                                                         10UR     METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                         10U       VINYL ACETATE              ?'
                                                                        _10U	L_METHYL_ISOBUTYL KETONf_	*_
                                                                         iou       METHYL BUTYL KETONE
                                                                         5U     •  STYRENE
                                                                                                                                            J <
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CASE NO.: 2363  ORG  SAMPLE  NO:  D
CONTRACT LABORATORYCORGANIC):
CONTRACT LABORATORYCINORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:                    ~  ""    ~"
REMARK:
                                          INORG  SAMPLE  NO.:  MD3T5TF
SAMPLE. LOG^ VERIFIED .BY :_WFP
                                  )ATA_V.ERIF_1ED_BYJL_CAH_
  R-i3UALITY CONTROL  INDICATES  THAT  DATA  ARE  UNUSEABLE
  'R-COMPOUND MAY OR  MAY  NOT  BE  PRESENT _            __
  R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS  IS  NECESSARY  F~OR~"VE~RTFICATION~
     *A-AVERAGE VALUE    SNA-NOT  ANALYZED     *NAlTfNfERFEREN~CET~
    =>J-ESTIMATEO VALUE  *N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE  OF  PRESENCE  OF MATERIAL
     *K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO  8E  LESS THAN VALUE  GIVEN
   _*L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN_TO .BE. GREATER  THAN VALUE..GIVEN
     *U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR"  BUT  NOT  DETECTED.  THE NUMBER'lS
           THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
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                    SAMPLE  AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                                EPA-ESO.REG IV
                                ATHENS GEORGIA
    08/06/87
                     'URGEA
                 PURG;EABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
                                WATER
                      SAMPLE NO.:  87C16592
                                              SAMPLE  TYPE:  GROUNOWA
    PROJECT NO.:  87-326      PROGRAM ELEMENT:
    . SOURCE:"MINERAL  RE  t  DEVEL.     	~
                                          RCRA
                                 STATE:  NC
                        2  (DISSOLVED.METAL)_
 CITY:  CONCORD
 STATION I.D. : WELL
 STORET STATION NO:
'SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/37
• SAMPLE COLLECTION:,STOP__DATE/TIME_OO/OO/OO	
 COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
 SAMPLE RcC'D: DATE,/TIME 00/00/00        REC'D BY:
>SEALED:
 RESULTS
 5(1  _
"5U
 10UJ
 10U
 5UJ _
-50UJ -
 5U
 5U
 SOUR
 5000UR~
 SOUR
 5U
_5U _

 SOUR
 10UJ
 10UJ
"5U  --
 10UR
 10U
 10U _
~
                                                                             5U
*****ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****

IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
 DIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE	
"IODOMETHANE           	
 ACROLEIN
 ACRYLONITRILE
 TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE 	
"ETHYL CYANIDE         	
 3-CHLOROPROPENE
 OIBROMOMETHANE
 ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL	
"1,4-DIOXANE
 CROTONALDEHYDE
 1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
 1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE
~1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE	
 TRANS-1.4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
 1.2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
 ACETONE
 CARBON DISULF1DE  "   "  "
 METHYL ETHYL KETONE
 VINYL ACETATE
 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE	;
 METHYL BUTYL KETONE
 STYRENE
    CHEMIST:
   • ANALYTICAL METHOD:

    CASE NO.: 2363  ORG"~SAMj>rrW:~D
    CONTRACT LABORATQRY(ORGANIC):
    CONTRACT LABORATORYdNORGANIC):  CENTEC

    REMARK:
    REMARK:

    SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED  BY:  WFP
                                        INORG S AH P L E N 0 . : M"D CfATT'T
                                   _0_ATA_VERIF.I_EO  BY:  CHH
    R-QUALITY CONTROL  INDICATES  THAT DATA  ARE  UNUSEABLE
    R-COMPOUND  MAY  OR  MAY  NOT  BE PRESENT
    R-RESAMPLING  AND REANALYSIS  IS  NECE 55A"RY~FOR 'VERTFICATION
r
    vA-AVERAGE VALUE
   *J-ESTIMATED VALUE
                            *NA-NOT  ANALYZED"
                                                    -! NTfR"F f RTN C E~S~
                           *N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE  OF  PRESENCE  OF  MATERIAL
       *K-ACTUAL  VALUE  IS  KNOWN  TO  BE  LESS  THAN  VALUE  GIVEN
      _*L-ACTUAL  VALUERS  KNOWN  TO  BE  GREATER  THAN  VALUE  GIVEN  
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•PROJECT NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
.. SUUKlb: MINcRAL Kt t OEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
•STATION I.D.: WELL 3 (DISSOLVED METAL)
., SlUKbl STATION NO:
" SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/16/87
•• SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
'COLLECTED BY: o PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
RESULTS I
5U
5U
10UJ ,
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR
" " 50000R ~
- SOUR
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
5U
  SAMPLE RcC'D: DATE,/TIME  00/00/00         REC'O  BY:
  SEALED:
  CHEMIST:
 1 ANALYTICAL METHOD:

 ,CASE NO.: 2363  ORG~SA'MPrE~NO F'O
  CONTRACT LA&ORAT09YCORGANIO:
 'CONTRACT LAdORftTOaYCINORGANIC): CENTEC

  REMARK:                 	
  REMARK :
                                                                                 *****ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****
                                                                                   IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                    DIFLUOROOICHLOROMETHANE	
                                                                                    IODOMETHANE            	
                                                                                    ACROLEIN
                                                                                    ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                    TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE	
                                                                                    ETHYL CYANIDE    "		
                                                                                    3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                    OIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                    IS08UTYL ALCOHOL	
                                                                                    1,4-DIOXANE
                                                                                    CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                    i,2-DIBROMOETHANE
                                                                                    1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE
                                                                                    1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                    TRANS-1,4-0ICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                    1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLORDPROPANE
                                                                                    ACETONE
                                                                                    CARBON DISULFIDE~"
                                                                                    METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                    VINYL ACETATE           i
                                                                                    METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
                                                                                    METHYL BUTYL KETONE"
                                                                                    STYRENE
                                       "IN01G~S~AMPLE NO.:  MDSSTTT
SAMPLE LOG .VERIFIED, BY:_.WFP_
                                 _D A T A_V E R I.F_I E 0 _B.YJ_C H H_
  R-QUALITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT  DATA  ARE  UNUSEABLE
  R-COMPOUNO MAY CR MAY NOT BE PRESENT
  R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS NECESSARY "FOR "VER IFIC'ATIO'R"

   :^A-AVERAGE  VALUE
i  *J-ESTIMATED  VALUE
                             _             _  ___    _         _
                         *NA-NOT ANALYZED  " *NAI"-INTE RFE RENCEl
                        ON-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
 "I.  <:K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOrfN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
 -L_J&L--—	  ------   _.___._           ..-  ._
.	ACTUAL.VALUE .IS .KNOWN_TO- BE.GREATER  THAN  VALUE .GIVEN _i^:
   *U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED  FOR  BUT  NOT  DETECTED.  THE  NUMBER IS"
1         THE MINIMUM DETECTION  LIMIT.
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• I
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• i
•PROJECT NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL »c £ DEVEL.
,CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
-STATION I.D.: WELL 4 (DISSOLVED METAL!
, STORET STATION NO:
'SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
-SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
'COLLECTED BY: o PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
*
RESULTS I
5U
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
SU
SOUR
SOOOUR
SOUR
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
5U
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE,/TIME 00/00/00        REC'D BY:
SEALED:
CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                                *****ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****

                                                                                IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                 DIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE	
                                                                                 IODOMETHANE        ~" '
                                                                                 ACROLEIN
                                                                                 ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                 TR1CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE	
                                                                                 ETHYL CYANIDE     "
                                                                                 3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                 DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                 ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL	
                                                                                 1,4-DIOXANE
                                                                                 CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                 1,2-OIBROMOETHANE
                                                                                 1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE_
                                                                                 1,2,3-TRICHLOROPR3PANE
                                                                                 TRANS-1.4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                 1,2-DI8ROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                 ACETONE               	  	
                                                                                 CARBON DISULFIDE
                                                                                 METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                 VINYL ACETATE
                                                                                 METHYL_ISOBUTYL KETONJ:	^
                                                                                 METHYL BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                 STYRENE
CASE NO.: 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):
CONTRACT LABORATORYCINCRGANIC): CENTEC
                                            INORG SAMPLE NO.: MDQA8S2
REMARK:
REMARK:
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED_3Y.r_WFP_
                                   _DA.TA_VERIFIED-BY;_CHH_
   " R-QUALITY  CONTROL  INDICATES THAT  DATA  ARE UNUSEABLE
   •• R-COMPQUND  MAY  OR  MAY  NOT BE PRESENT  _             	
   , R-RESAMPLING  AND REANALYSIS IS NECESSARY FOR VERIFICATION
       SA-AVERAGE  VALUE    *NA-NOT  ANALYZED    *NAI-INTERFERENCES
      Sj-ESTIMATEO  VALUE   *N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
       SK-ACTUAL VALUE  IS  KNOWN TO  BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
      _=n-ACTUAL VALUE  IS  KNOWN.TO.BE. GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN_^	
       *U-MATERIAL  WAS  ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
             THE MINIMUM DETECTION  LIMIT.

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                   SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                               EPA-ESO.REG IV
1 ATHENS GEORGIA
i oa/06/87 PURG'EABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
I . WATER
|- SAMPLE NO.: 87C16591 SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNOWA
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i, SOURCE: MINERAL RE c DEVEL.
'.. CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
•;•• STATION i.o.: UPLL 4 (DISSOLVED METAL)
.. STORET STATION NO:
" SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
••SAMPLE COLLECTION: STQP OATF/TIME oo/oo/oo 	
l" COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
RESULTS I
SU
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR
5000UR
SOUR
5U
SU
SU
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
5U
    SAMPLE REC'C: DATE,/TIKE 00/00/00        REC'O BY:
    SEALED:  ..             .. ..    .  .
    CHEMIST:
    ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                                 *****ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****

                                                                                 IN: UG/L    COMPOUND  NAME
                                                                                  01FLUOROOICHLOROMETHANE	
                                                                                  IOOOMETHANE
                                                                                  ACROLEIN
                                                                                  ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                  TRICHLOROFLUOROME.T.HANE	
                                                                                  ETHYL  CYANIDE
                                                                                  3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                  DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                  IS03UTYL  ALCOHOL	
                                                                                  1,4-OIOXANE
                                                                                  CROTONALDEHYOE
                                                                                  1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
                                                                                  1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE	.
                                                                                  1 ,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                  TRANS-1.4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                  1.2-OIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                  ACETONE    _	
                                                                                  CARBON DISULFIOE
                                                                                  METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                  VINYL  ACETATE           i
                                                                                  METHYL ISOBUTYL KETQNE	
                                                                                  METHYL BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                  STYRENE
    CASE NO.: 2363  ORG  SAMPLE NO:  0
    CONTRACT LAEdRATCUYCORGANIC}:
    CONTRACT HBOR4TO?Y(INORGANIC): CENTEC
                                            INORG SAMPLE NO.: MOQHS53
  REMARK:
  REMARK:
  SAMPLE  LOG  VERIFIED  BY:.WFP.-
                                   .DATA_VERIFIED_BY:_CHH_
    R-2UiLITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT  DATA  ARE UNUSEABLE
    R-COHPQUND MAY OR MAY NOT BE PRESENT               _______
    R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS  NECESSARY FOR VERIFICATION
  !  I
    ««*44««#*
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                  SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
EPA-ESD.REG IV
' ATHENS GEORGIA
'-V ._ .. / 	
/" / I
' oa/06/87 PURG'EABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
1 - . WATER
\' SAMPLE NO.: 87C16585 SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
, 'PROJECT NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
.SOURCE: MINERAL RE £ DEVEL.
,. CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
•STATION I.O.: WELL 5 (DISSOLVED METAL}
i • STOSET STATION NO:
" SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
• SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP . DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
. COLLECTED BY: 0 PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
RESULTS I
5U
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
SOUJ
5U
5U
SOUR
SOOOUR
SOUR
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
5U
                                          INORG  SAMPLE  NO.:  MDQA827
 SAMPLE REC'D: DATE,/TIME  00/00/00         REC'D  BY!
• SEALED:         .      	  .  .

'CHEMIST:
 ANALYTICAL METHOD:

• CASE NO.: 2363  ORG~ S AMPLE~ NO : ~D
.CONTRACT LAB3RATORY(ORGANIC>:
 CONTRACT LABORATORYCINORGANIC): CENTEC

 REMARK:
 REMAPK:

 SAMPLE LOG-VERIFIED BYt-WFP.

 «««REMARKS*«*
 R-QUALITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT DATA ARE UNUSEABLE
 R-COMPOUND MAY OR MAY NOT BE PRESENT	.
 R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS NECESSARY  FOR VERIFICATION
                                                                                   **$*fcANALYTICAL RESULTS*****

                                                                                   IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                    DIFLUOROOICHlOROMEIJiANE	
                                                                                    IODOMETHANE
                                                                                    ACROLEIN
                                                                                    ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                    TRICHLOROFLUOROMtTJIANE	
                                                                                    ETHYL CYANIDE
                                                                                    3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                    DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                    IS09UTYL ALCOHOL	
                                                                                    1,4-DIOXANE
                                                                                    CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                    1,2-DiaROMOETHANE
                                                                                    1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE.	
                                                                                    1 ,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                    TRANS-l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                    1.2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                    ACETONE
                                                                                    CARBON DISULFIDE     '
                                                                                    METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                    VINYL ACETATE           I
                                                                                   _METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE	
                                                                                    METHYL BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                    STYRENc
                                                                                                                                            V
                                                                                              ~l—
I-I   *A-AVEEAGE VALUE    *NA-NOT  ANALYZED"  "  &NAI-INTERFERENCES
 .,  *J-ESTIMATED VALUE  «N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE  OF  PRESENCE  OF  MATERIAL
     SK-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOiJN TO  BE  LESS  THAN  VALUE  GIVEN
!*^	SL-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN .TO._BE_GR£ATER  THAN  VALUE  GIVEN  CJ. ' ..
I*    4U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR  BUT NOT  DETECTED.  THE NUMBE~R  IS
(..I         THE MINIMUM DETECTION  LIMIT.

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               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG  IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                                                                           \
                                                                                *****ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****
                                                                        RESULTS IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
08/06/87
                PURGEABLE ORGANICS  ANALYSIS. MISC
                    .   	    ..  WATER.    .  	
                 SAMPLE NO.:  87C16584
                                         SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNOWA
                                                                                 01PLUOROOICHLOROMETHANE
                                                                                 IODOMETHANE
                                                                                 ACRCLEIN
                                                                                 ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                 TR 1CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
                                                                                "ETHYL CYANIDE
                                                                                 3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                 DIBRQMOMETHANE
                                                                                 ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL	
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM  ELEMENT!_ RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE t DE'VEL.
CITY: CONCORD                STATE:  NC
STATION I.D.: WELL 6 (DISSOLVED  METAL).     _
STORET STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
                   START DATE/TIME  03/17/87
                   STOP  .DATE/TIME.00/00/00
COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE        RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE,/TIME  00/00/00        REC'D BY:
SEALED:	  	._
5U
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR	.._ 	
50000Rli4-DIOXANE
SOUR     CROTONALDEHYDE
5U       1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
5U 	1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE	
5U       1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
SOUR     TRANS-1.4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
10UJ     l,2-OIBRCMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
5UJ 	 ACETONE
5U       CARBON DISULFIDE 	
10UR     METHYL ETHYL  KETONE
10U      VINYL ACETATE
10U	METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
10U      METHYL'BUTYL  KETONE
5U       STYRENE
CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
CASE NO.: 2363  ORG SAMPTE~~NO:~D
CONTRACT LABORATQiJYCORGANIC):
CONTRACT LA80RAT03Y(INORGANIC): CENTEC
REMARK:
REMARK:
                                       "IN ORG SAMPLE NO".: M'DOATzV
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED.B Y :
                               _DA.TA_VERIF.IED_BY:_CHH_
R-QUALITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT DATA ARE UNUSEABLE
R-C3MPQUND MAY Ql? MAY NOT BE PRESENT     .         . _______
R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS NECESSARY FOR VERIFICATION
   *A-AVERAGE VALUE    *NA-NOT ANALYZED    SNAI-INTERFERENCES
  SJ-ESTIMATED VALUE  "SN-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   *K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO 8E LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
 _$L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN_TO .35 GREATER THAN VALUE. GIVEN....	.	
   SU-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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                    SAMPLE  AND  ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                                EPA-ESO.REG  IV
                                ATHENS GEORGIA
  ,' ' 08/06/37
                     PURGEASLE  ORGANICS  ANALYSIS, MISC
                                    WATER
»

V
  I • I
                      SAMPLE  NO.:  87C16593
                                              SAMPLE  TYPE: GROUNDWA
    PROJECT NO.: 87-326      PROGRAM  ELEMENT:  RCRA
    SOURCE: MINERAL RE t'OEVEL.     ~   "   — -  -
    CITY: CONCORD                STATE:  NC
    STATION I.O.: WELL 6A  (DISSOLVED METAL)
    ST3RET STATION NO:
    SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME  03/18/87
    SAMPLE COLLECTION: _STOP	DATE/TIME  o.o/oo/oo
    COLLECTED BY:
    SAMPLE REC'D:
    SEALED:
                  0  PAQUETTE        RECEIVED  FROM:
                  DATE,/TIME  00/00/00         REC'O  BY:
r

r
    CHEMIST:
    ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                                *****ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****

                                                                                IN: UG/L   COMPOUND  NAME
                                                                                  DIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE
                                                                                '  IOOOMETHANE  '          	
                                                                                  ACROLEIN
                                                                                  ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                  TRICHLOROFLUORGMETHANE	
                                                                                  ETHYL CYANIDE    "
                                                                                  3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                  DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                  IS08UTYL  ALCOHOL	
                                                                                  1,4-DIOXANE
                                                                                  CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                  1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
                                                                                  1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE	
                                                                                  1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE"
                                                                                  TRANS-l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                  l,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                  ACETONE
                                                                                  CARBON DISULFIDE
                                                                                  METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                  VINYL ACETATE           |
                                                                                  METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE	
                                                                                  METHYL'BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                  STYRENE
CASE NO.: 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO:  D
CONTRACT LA60RATORY(ORGANIC):
CONTRACT LABORATORY(INCRGANIC): CENTEC
REMARK:   '                ~ ~
REMARK:
SAMPLE LOG_VERIFIED_BY:_WFP_
                                                  SAMPLE  NO.:  MDQA85~5
                                   .DATA_VE RIFI^ED  BY: CHH
r

r
  !•
ri:
    R-QUALITY CONTROL  INDICATES  THAT  DATA  ARE  UNUSEABLE
   • R-COMPOUND  MAY  OR  MAY  NOT  BE PRESENT
    R-SESAMPLING  AND REANALYSIS  IS  NECESSARY FOR VERIFICTTTTOfT
       *A-AVERAGE VALUE    4NA-NOT ANALYZED    "*NAT-'IWTE'RFERENCR	
      *J-ESTIMATEO VALUE  *N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
       *K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
     _*L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN   . -
       <=U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZEO'FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBflT^rS	'	
             THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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                 SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                             EPA-ESD.REG  IV
I ATHENS GEORGIA
\ I
' /
08/06/87 PURG'EABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, wise
WATER
i
j SAMPLE NO.: B7C16586 SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNOWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE t DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
STATION I.D.: WELL 7 (DISSOLVED METAL)
STORET STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME oa/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
RESULTS I
5U
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR
5000UR
SOUR
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
SU
  SAMPLE REC'D: DATE,/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D  BY:
  SEALED:      .        	
  CHEMIST:
  ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                                   ****«ANALYTTCAL RESULTS*****
                                                                                   IN:. UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                    OIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE _
                                                                                    T.OOOMETHANE' ~
                                                                                    ACROLEIN
                                                                                    ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                    TRICHLOROFLUOROME THANE _
                                                                                    ETHYL  CYANIDE
                                                                                    3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                    DIBROMOMETHANE
                                                                                    IS03UTYL  ALCOHOL _
                                                                                    1,4-OIOXANE
                                                                                    CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                    1.2-OI3ROMOETHANE
                                                                                    1,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE
                                                                                    1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANF.     '
                                                                                    TRANS-1.4-OICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                    1 ,2-OI8ROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                    ACETONE               _ .
                                                                                    CARBON DISULFIOE
                                                                                    METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                    VINYL  ACETATE            i
                                                                                    METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
                                                                                    METHYL BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                    STYRENE
                                                                                                                                              /•
                                                                                                                                             "
  CASE NO.: 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO:  D
  CONTRACT LAB9RAT3RYCORGANIC):
 'CONTRACT LAdORATORYCINORGANIC): CENTEC
                                            INORG SAMPLE NO.: MDQ.A846
  REMARK :
  REMARK :

  SAMPLE LOG_VERIFIcO._BY:_WFP_
                                   _OATA_VERIFIED_B.I1_CHH_
ft

ft
~H
  R-3UALITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT  DATA  ARE UNUSEABLE
  R-COMPGUND MAY OR MAY NOT BE PRESENT  _	
  R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS  NECESSARY FOS VERIFICATION
                         _           _    		
 , i   *A-AVERAGE VALUE   " *NA-NOT "AMAlYlW " " *MAI-INTERFER'ENC'ES
I  i  *J-ESTIMATED VALUE  *N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE  OP MATERIAL
I  I   *K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO flE LESS  THAN VALUE GIVEN
I-,	*L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN..TO BE. GREATER . THAN .VALUE. GIVEN  ' 	
i.'.   SU-MATERIAL '«IAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
           THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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                 SAMPLE  AND  ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                             EPA-ESD.REG  IV
                             ATHENS GEORGIA
 08/06/87
                 PURGEABLE  ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
                     	WATER . .  . .	
»
  I
I
                  SAMPLE NO.:  87C16587
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
 PROJECT NO.: 37-326      PROGRAM  ELEMENT: RCRA
.SOURCE: MINERAL RE t OEVEL.             "    ~
 CITY: CONCORD                STATE: NC
• STATION I.O.: TRIP BLANK  COISSOLVEO METAL)
, STORET STATION NO:      "          ~~
'SAMPLE COLLECTION: START  DATE/TIME 03/11/87
 SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP...DATE/TIME.00/00/00	

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                  SAMPLE  AND  ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                              EPA-ESO.REG  IV
                              ATHENS GEORGIA
  08/06/87
                     j


                 PURG/EABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
                          	  . WATER	
                                                                      \
                                                                    RESULTS

                                                                   -18 ---
                                                                    10UJ  .
                                                                    10U
                   SAMPLE NO.:  87C16588
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA;.
  PROJECT NO.: 87-326  _  .. PROGRAM . ELEMENT :_ RCRA	
  SOURCE: MINERAL RE t DEVEL.
  CITY: CONCORD                STATE:  NC
  STATION I.D.: BAILER BLANK_< 01SSOLVED_M£TAL)_ _
  STORET STATION NO:
                      START  DATE/TIME  03/17/87
                      STOP_DATE/TIME_00/00/00_
1 SAMPLE COLLECTION:
•SAMPLE COLLECTION:^
 COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
 SAMPLE REC'D: DATE,/TIME 00/00/00        REC'D BY:
 SEALED:  		  		_.	
 CHEMIST:
 ANALYTICAL METHOD:
                                                                    5U
                                                                    SU
                                                                    SOUR
                                                                   -500001
                                                                    SOUR
                                                                    5U
                                                                   .5U
                                                                    5U
                                                                    SOUR
                                                                    10UJ
                                                                    10UJ
                                                                    5U
                                                                    10UR
                                                                    10U
                                                                    10U
                                                                    10U
                                                                    5U
.
  R-OUALITY CONTROL INDICATES THAT  DATA  ARE UNUSEABLE
  R-CDMP3UND MAY OR MAY NOT BE PRESENT __ __      _   __
  R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS IS NECESSARY FOR VERIFICATION
                         *NA-NOT ANALYZED
                                            *NAl-INTERFERENCES
-AVERAGE VALUE
ESTIMATED VALUE  *N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF~PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
-ACTUAL. VALUE.IS KNOWN_TO .3E.GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN ._j_^	
-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBEFT5
    THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.            .                ,

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»
1
SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
EPA-cSD.REG IV
I ATHENS GEORGIA
r V /
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''08/06/87 PURG^ABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
' 	 . . WATER
| SAMPLE NO.: 87C16589 SAMPLE TYPE: BLKHA
.!
• PROJECT .NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
..SOURCE: MINERAL kt & UEVEL.
,,CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
-STATION I.D.: FIELD BLANK (DISSOLVED METAL)
, STORE! SlAlluiM NU:
" SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME os/17/87 '.,-."/•
• SAMPLE. COLLECTION: . STOP 	 DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
^COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE, /TIME 00/00/00 REC'D BY:
SEALED:
*
RESULTS I
5U
bU
10UJ
10U
5UJ
'50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR
5000UR '
SOU (
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U (
10UR 1
100 \
10U J
10U t
5U <
 CHEMIST:
 ANALYTICAL METHOD:

,CASE NO.: 2363" ORG~S~AMPrE~ NO : ^D ~ "
 CONTRACT LAbORATORYCORGANIC):
'CONTRACT LABORATORY(INORGANIC) :  CENTEC
.REMARK: "             "          —
, REMARK:
                                        "INORG SAMPLE NO.: MD~QA851
 SAMPLE LOG. VERIFIED. BY.:_WFP
                                 OATA_V.ERIf.IE.D_B.T ?_C1IFICTtTStT
                        "*NA-NOT "ANALYZ ED"
                                             f N AI - INIt FR? ETE" N C ET~
 SA-AVERAGE VALUE "
>
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                   SAMPLE  AND  ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                                EPA-ESD.REG  IV
! , ATHENS GEORGIA
A 	
08/06/87 PURGEABLE ORGANICS ANALYSIS, MISC
WATER
i
' SAMPLE NO.: 87C16581 SAMPLE TYPE: PUMPSLK
1
i ... .... ,.
PROJECT NO.: 87-326 PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE £ OEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD STATE: NC
STATION I.D.: PUMP BLANK CDISS3LVED METAL)
STORET STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/13/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP DATE/TIME oo/oo/oo
COLLECTED BY: D PAQUETTE RECEIVED FROM:
RESULTS I
5U
5U
10UJ
10U
5UJ
50UJ
5U
5U
SOUR
5000UR
SOUR
5U
5U
5U
SOUR
10UJ
10UJ
5U
10UR
10U
10U
10U
5U
    SAMPLE REC'O: DATE./TIME  00/00/00         REC'D  BY:1
    SEALED:
    CHEMIST:
    ANALYTICAL METHOD:
    CASE NO.: 2363  ORG  SAMPLE  NO:  0
    CONTRACT LABORATORYCORGANIC):
    CONTRACT LABORATORYCINORGANIC) :  CENTEC
                                        INORG  SAMPLE  NO.:  MDQA752
                                                                                 ****«ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****

                                                                                 IN: UG/L   COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                  DIFLUORODICHLOROMETHANE	
                                                                                  IODOMETHANE    ^   ~  '	
                                                                                  ACROLEIN
                                                                                  ACRYLONITRILE
                                                                                  TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE	
                                                                                  ETHYL CYANIDE   " ~~
                                                                                  3-CHLOROPROPENE
                                                                                  DI8ROMOMETHANE
                                                                                  ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL 	
                                                                                  1,4-OIOXANE
                                                                                  CROTONALDEHYDE
                                                                                  1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
                                                                                  1 ,1,1,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE
                                                                                  1 .2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE "
                                                                                  TRANS-l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                                  1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
                                                                                  ACETONE
                                                                                  CARBON OISULFIDE  "
                                                                                  METHYL ETHYL KETONE
                                                                                  VINYL ACETATE
                                                                                  METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE	
                                                                                  METHYL~BUTYL KETONE
                                                                                  STYRENE
REMARK:
REMARK:

SAMPLE LOG.VERIFIE.O_BY.:_WFP._
                                   ,D A T A_V E RI F.I E D_B Y_:_C H H_
»
    R-QUftLITY CONTROL INDICATES  THAT  DATA  ARE  UNUSEABLE
    R-COMOQUND MAY OR MAY  NOT BE  PRESENT                _ __
    ,R-RESAMPLING AND REANALYSIS  IS  NECESSARY FOR  VERIFICATION
                                     «^
       OA-AVERAGE VALUE    *NA-NOT  ANALYZED    #NAI-INTEftFERENCES
      3J-ESTIMATED VALUE  «N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
       SK-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO  BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
       =>L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN_TO  BE GREATER  THAN VALUE GIVEN	
       OU-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
             THE MINIMUM DETECTION  LIMIT.

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                    SAMPLE AMD  ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                                 E?A-ESD,REG IV
                          |       ATHENS  GEORGIA
f, f
 , 03/05/37
                                                                            RESULTS
                                                                           _10iL
                     FXTR/ACTABLE  ORGANIC ANALYSIS, MISC
                             DATA  REpOPTING SMEET
                              •	WATER '	
                      SAMPLE  NO.:  67C16582
                                                SAMPLE TYPE:  GROUNOWA
                                                                            10U
                                                                            10U
                                                                            10U
                                                                           _10LL
                                                                            10U
                                                                            10U
                                                                            10U
                                                                           JLQ.U_
                                                                                                   .       .
                                                                                    ****«ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****

                                                                                    IN: UG/L    COMPOUND NAME
                                                                                   	M.E1H Y L METHACR Y LJ TE
                                                                                     4-METHYL-2-PENTANONE
                                                                                     PYRIOINE
                                                                                   . , N-NITROSO-OIMETHYLAMINE
                                                                                     ETHY L HETHACRYLATE	'  .' -
                                                                                         Z-HEXANONE
                                                                                         2-PICOLINE
                                                                                         N-NITROSO-METHYLETHYLAMINE
1 P_R.QJ£.C1_JJLU-:	&7-3?&
.sou-iCt:: "IN;. SAL  RE  e
 till: CONCORD
                              PROGRAM. ELEMENT: RCRA
r

r

r
r
                        OEVEL.
                               STATE:  NC

                     1  CriSS?LVEC  METAL)
•• STATUS:.:. UJ:J.L_
,,STJS5T  STaTlC.'J NG:

"SAMPLE  COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME  03/16/87
" SAMPLECCLLLCTIGN; s T 3 P  PATE/TIMEOO/OQ/QO
                                                                             10U   i,   N-NITROSO-DIETHYLAMINE
                                                                             10U   '.   . TRAMS-1.4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
                                                                             10U  i  : \. ANILINE
                                                                            _1-0 !J  •••-'-. P E N T ACH LDfiHEJLHAN £_
                                                                             10U
                                                                             10U
                                                                             10U
                                                                               __
                                                                               10U
                                                                               10U
                                                                               SOUR
                                                                               10 u
                                                                                         N-NITR3SOPYRROLIOINE
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                     2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
                     2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
                     2,4,6-TB ICriLOROPH = NOL__ _
                    "4-CHLORO-3-METHYLPHENtn:
                     2,4-OINITROPHENOL
                                                                                             2-METHYL-4.6-DINITROPHENOL
                                                                                             PENTACHLOROPHENOL	
                                                                                             4-NITROPHENOlT~~

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                  SAMPLE  AfID ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                               ATHL-NS'GEORGIA
                                                                                \
                                                                           RESULTS
rt	

I ' 08/05/57
                       EXTRACTABLE ORGANIC  ANALYSIS
                      	KA J EJ?	.	
                    SAMPLE  N C . : 6701*590
                                              SAMPLE  TY»E: G30UNDWA
  PJ?OJEC_T_N.a...;_ 37^32.6	
 , SUU^Ci:  •n-JERAL «: I  DEVIL.
  ,CITY:  f
P iLOaSLAJLl L EMENT ;_R C 8A_.

    STATE: NC
  STATIiH  I.?.:  w;_
  STJScT  STnTIC'l V3:

  SAMPLE  COLLECTION:  START  DATE/TIME 03/17/87
  S A M P L£_C C L L S.C.LI ON :_iT J £	Pll£/.T13i_Q.a/J).a/.a.(L
COLLCCTL-O
SAMPLE H:C
              Y: : PiJUSTTc     •
             'C: L'4TS/TI-1F  00/00/0
                                              RCC'D  BY:
                                                                            13UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                           "10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10'JJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            1 OUJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                          __ 10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10'JJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                          __10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                            10UJ
                                                                                     UNITS
                                                                                     UG/L
                                                                                     -
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                                                                                   UG/L
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                                                                                   UG/L
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                        SAMPLE  NO: C
                                            INOR5  SAMPLE  NO.: MDQA852
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                                  _aA.T A VE R TFI'D  BY;  THH
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                                                                       	10UJ_
                                                                          10'JJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                       	10UJ_
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                  CFNTEC                                  13UJ
                                  	,	  200UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          20UJ
                                                                       	1QUJ_
                                                                          10UJ

                                                                          10UJ
                                                                       ._ 10UJ _
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UR
                     -—		1_	1 OUR.
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   wA-AViKiL-E  VALUE    ftNA-NOT  ANALYZED    *NA"l-INTERFERE"N~CEl          10UR
  ftj-cSTIMA7EO VALUE  «N-PRESUM?TIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE  OF MATERIAL  SOUR
   ftK-ACTL'AL  VALU; IS KNOUN  To  6c  LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN                 SOUR
 	SL-_ACTJJAI	V£LLJf_IS KNn/JN  TO  gE  GRFZTER THAN VALUE GIVEN	50UF_
   ftU-MA7t«I4L XA3 ANALYZED  FjR  SUT  NCT DETECTED. THE  NUMBER IS        SOUR
    THL M.\UMUri  ^'JACTITATION LIMIT.
          "'i S ::::••"
          TY  CONTROL I'i3ICATf$  THAT DATA ARE UNUSEABLE
  R-CUHr'-J'lO .".AY.aS.MAY  IJCT _i£..T3£S E NT. ____  ._
             '
              ....        _..        . ____  ._  _  __
         -.f'Ll'JG ANO "??A'«ALYSIS IS NECESSARY FOR  VERIFICATION
           TI,-ifcS EXCEEOEDC40  CFR  136, OCTOBER :S,
                                                         'UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         _ur,/L_
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         _UG/L_
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         _UG/L_
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L_
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         JJG/U.
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         JJG/l
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         .UG/L_
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         UG/L
                                                         JJG/1_
                                                         UG/L
                                                                                                       RESULTS*****
                                                                                               COMPOUND
                                                                                               1 , 3-DICHLOR08ENZENE
 1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
 9ISC2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER
 HEXACHLOROETHANE
~
 N-MTROSOOI-N-PROPYLAMINE
 NITROBENZENE
 HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
 1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZEWE
 NAPHTHALENE
 BISC2-CHLOROETHOXY) METHANE
 ISOPHORONE
~H E X A C H L 0 R 0 CTCT 0 PtU
 2-CHLOKONAPHTHALENE
 ACENAPHTHYLENE
 ACENAPHTHENE    _
 DIMETHYL PHTH'ALATE
 2,4-DINITPQTOLUENE
 2,6-DINITROTOLUENE
_4-CHLOROPHE_NYL PHENYL ETHER  _
 FLUORENE       "    """
 DIETHYL PHTHALATE
 N-NITROSODIPHENYLAMINE/DIPHENYLAMINE
^HEXACHLOROBENZFNE  
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  OH/05/37
                  S4.-1PLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                              E°A-ESD,R^G  IV
                              ATHENS GEORGIA
                      •:XTPACTSBLE QPGONIC  ANALYSIS
                     	:	M A. T T-?L	.	
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»
                    SAMPLE NO.: 57C14591
                                             SAMPLE  TYPE:  GROUNOWA
                               STAT?: NC
  .'PROJECT NO. :_.17r3Z_6	
  •»!SOURCk: MINIMAL  »2  £ OcV = l.
  1  CITY: CONCOXS
   " I
  ," STATI3N I.D.:  M£LL_ 4__ U
  !•• STQ3ET STATION  D3:

  :" SAMPLE COLLECTION:  START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
  COLLECTED  ?, Y :
  'SAMPLE  RcC'u:
  .SEALED:	

,,' CHEMIST: CHH
  ANALYTICAL  K:
                 v PiQ'JETTE       DECEIVED FROM:
                 DATE/TIME 00/00/00         R?C'0
                                                  BY:
  C«SE  N.I.:
  CONTRACT
              363
                       SAMPLE NO: D
                                          INORG SAMPLE NO.: HOQA8S3
                                   CENTEC
 « < c ^ A R K :
I  .KEMARK :

 " SAMPLL
                                  nATA
                                                     HH
              .
  HJLOIMG  Tl^ES  cXC£EDEOC40  CFR 136,QCTQ9EB 25,1984)
                                                                       RESULTS

                                                                      -J88J-
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        13UJ
                                                                      _ 10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        tOUJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
                                                                        10UJ
	10UJ.
         10UJ
         10UJ
         10UJ
	10UJ,
         10UJ
         10UJ
         10UJ
	10UJ_
         10UJ
         10UJ
         10UJ
       	10UJ-
         10UJ
         10UJ
         10UJ
       _- 10UJ.
         10UJ
         10UJ
         20UJ
       _10UJ.
         10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                         -10UJ-
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                         _aouj_
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                                   UNITS

                                                                                   HU
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                   UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                _UG/U
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                _UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                ^UG/L_
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                ..UG/L_
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                -UG/U
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                _G/
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
                                                                                 UG/L
   .SA-AVEKAGC VALUE    «NA-N3T  ANALYZED     «NAI-INTERFERENCES         10UJ     UG/L"
  *J-eSTI(-IAT£0 VALUE  <--N-P,RESUM?T IVE  EVIDENCE  OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL 50UJ     UG/L
   3K-ACTUAL VALUJ IS KNOWN  TO  6?  LESS  THAN VALUE GIVEN               50UJ    , UG/L
	6L= ACTU.il	VMilF IS.nnnUH.Tn  SP  r.pCflTES TXA!\I VALU£  GIVEN	JOUJ  .  '. lir./L
   *U-»IATE«:AL WAS ANALYZED  ^OR  SUT NOT  DETECTED. THE NUMBER is       souj     UG/L"
    THE HINUNUM U'JANTI TATION LIHTT.
         RESULTS*****

 COMPOUND
.lj.3-OICHLOROBENZENE
 1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
 8ISC2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER
                                                                                                                                             ^
 HEXACHLOROETHANE   _
  is<2-CHLORoisopiro~PYO  ETHER -
 N-NITROSOOI-N-PROPYLAMINE
 NITROBENZENE
_HEXACHLOR09UTADIENE _
 l,2,4-TRICHLO«08ENZtW? - 1 -
 NAPHTHALENE                      ., '
 BISC2-CHLOROETHOXY) METHANE      : •'•'
^ISOPHORDNE _____   ______   _ __
 HEXACHLOROCYCTBFeUTAOICNE  (HCCH -
 2-CHLORONAPHTHALENE
 ACENAPHTHYLENE
 ACENAPHTHENE  _   ___ __
 DIMETHYL PHTHALTTI                  "
 2,4-OINITROTQLUENE
 2,6-DINITROTOLUENE
_*-.CHLORQJ?HEllYL PHENYL ETHER _
 FLUORENE
 DIETHYL PHTHALATE
 N-NITROSODI PHENYL AMINE/OIPHENYLAMINE
aiEXACHL020BENZENE._CHCB.) __
 4-BROMOPHENYL PHENYL ETHER
 PHEMANTHRENE
 ANTHRACENE
 3I-N-BUTYLPHTHALflTg  _ 1] _
 FLUORANTHENE
 PYRENE
 BENZYL  BUTYL PHTHALATE
  ISC2rI_THYLHEXYL)_PJl.tHAtMI _ _
 SENZOCAJANTHRACEVE
 CHRYSENE
 3,3'-DICHLOROBENZIDIN6
                                                                                            BENZOCB AND/OR K3FLUORANTHENE
                                                                                            BENZOCB AND/OR IOFLUORANTHENE
                                                                                            BENZO-A-PYRENE
                                                                                           -INDENO _Cl,2,3-CJ3J_PrJ?EilE	
                                                                                            DIBENZOCA,H)ANTHRACENE
                                                                                            BENZOCGHDPERYLENE
                                                                                            2-CHLOROPHENOL
                                                                                           _2=.NITRO£HE-NQl	:	
                                                                                            PHENOL
                                                                                            2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
                                                                                            2,^-OICHLOROPHENOL
                                                                                           _2iA,6-TRICHLQROPHENOL_
                                                                                            4-CHLORO-3-METHYLPHENOC
                                                                                            2t4-DINITROPHENOL
                                                                                            2-METHYL-4t6-OINITROPHENOt
                                                                                           .PENJACHLOROPHENQL	
                                                                                            4-NITROPHENOL

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•» i
                    54'IPLE  iNC  ANALYSTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                                 E°A- = SD,REC- IV
                                 ATHENS GEORGIA
  : ' 03/05/37
                        SXTSACTASLE ORGANIC ANALYSIS
                        	   	  WATER
                            E  MO.:  B7Cls;85
                                               SIMPLE  TYPE:  G30UNDWA
    iPkOJEC.T_NO..L>8_7^3?

   ^;CITY"CJNCCK?

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   , SIOR5T  STATION
                          P5_OGJLA.M_iL 5«lNj_L_RC RJ__

                              STATE: NC

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SAMPLE  CCLLcCTION: START  DATE/TIM? 03/17/67
S AtlP L E _C 5LL t C T I JN :._S_T 5 P	&A II/J.I^-LJLI/O 3/OJ_

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                           ".t:  00/00/00         KEC'D BY:
- !  CHEMIST:  Cnn
    CAS = _N>J.:  2353" JRG SAMPLE  NO:  L       INORG SAMPLE  NO.:  MOOA927"

    CmTRACT  LAoJ'sATDRYCIN'RGA'JIO: CENTEC

    RE1A8K:	       ~            ~~
    5 c 1A R K :
      aP.L £ .-LC G_V.£JU£1=.D_3U_JUIP_
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   • ,R-CU.V.?2J\'D J-iA.Y_.Qi_i''_AY- ni.T-.3E  F'£S£1JT	
   . -R-RESA 1PL1N(, A/^U '^EA^,iLYS:S  IS  rj?CfSr=A'-'Y FOS VERIFICATION
    MCLOI.Nu  TIMcS  EXC£^D£D(40  CFR  1 3-. , HCTC <• E R 26,1964)

                                                                              ESULTS
                                                                              10UJ
                                                                                 —
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
10UJ
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_10UJ
 10UJ"
 10UJ
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-10UJ.
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 10UJ
 10UJ
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 10UJ
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 20UJ
_10'JJ_
 10UJ

 10UJ
_13UJ_
 1'JUJ
 10UJ
 10UR
_10Ufi
 10UR
 10UR
   ;;:A-4VtKAif  VALUE    wNA-NDT  ANOLYZEO    «N A I-INf ERF E REHC"~SS
  *J-ESTIl'A rej VALUE  rtfj-P
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                     E AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                            EPA-ESOiREG  IV
                            ATHENS GEORGIA
                     XTPACTA9LE  ORGANIC  ANALYSIS
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                  SAMPLE NO.:  67C16534
                                           SAMPLE TYPE: GROU'IDWA
    PROJECT_Na.JL_31=i26
   . SJU^Ci:  CINERAL i~. (.
    CITT:  CONCORD
                         PaOGRAM  ELEMENT;  RC3A
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                              STAT?:  NC
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   '-'FOOTNOTES***
    *A-AVERA&£  VALUE    	--  .-  	      - - -       .   ._.       ,   	
   »J-cSTIMATED VALUE  SN-PReSUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE  OF MATERIAL  SOUR
•i   >>K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO  6F  LESS THAN VALUE GIV!N                SOUR
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        THE MINUMUM QiJAflTITATIO'J LIMIT.
                                                                                      UNITS
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      JG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/
                                                                                     -
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                     ~UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/U_
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L"
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                      UG/L
                                                                                           COMPOUND
                                                                                           lj3-OICHLOR03ENZENE	
                                                                                           ~I, 4=TJ ICHCTJ^CBTNT EHE	
                                                                                           1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
                                                                                           BISC2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER
          HEXACHLOROETHANE   	
         "BISC2-CHLOR01SOPffOPYLJ ETHER	
          N-NITROSODI-N-PROPYLAMINE
          NITROBENZENE
          HE XACHLOROBUTADIENE	
         '1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZETTE
          NAPHTHALENE
          BISC2-CMLOROETHOXY) METHANE
         _ISOPHORONE	 _'•	
 	     HEXACHLOROCTCTOPEHTADIENE CHCCPJ
 UG/L     2-CHLORONAPHTHALENE
 UG/L     ACENAPHTHYLENE
 UG/L	ACENAPHTHENE      	
~UG/L     DIMETHYL"  PHTHATTSTE
 UG/L     2,4-DINITROTOLUENE
 UG/L     2i6-DINITROTOLUENE
 UG/L	4-CHLOROPHENYL PHENYL ETHER
"UG/LFLUORcNE
 UG/L     PIETHYL PHTHALATE
 UG/L     N-NITROSOD IPHENYLAM INE/DIPHENYLAMINE
 UG/L	HEXACHLOROBENZENE (HC3)  	
~UG/L     4-?KOMOPHENYL" PHENYL~ETHTR
 UG/L     PHENANTHRENE
 UG/L     ANTHRACENE
 JG/I,	DI-N-SUTYLPHTHALATE          	
 UG/L     FLUORANTHENg
 UG/L     PYREfJE
 UG/L     BENZYL BUTYL  PHTHALATE
 UG/L	BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE	
"UG/L	BENZO(A)ANTH
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                         E AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                                F?A-£SD,REG  IV
                                ATHENS GEORGIA
                        !^XT
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                       S  AND ANALYSIS M4NSGEMENT SYSTEM
                              EPA-£SO,R£G IV
                              ATHENS GEORGIA
  08/05/37
                     tXTPACTABLE  ORGANIC  ANALYSIS
                       	        WATER
I • i
                    SAMPLE NO.: 87C16586
                                            SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
  ?3{UE£.T_N.OL, :_JlrJi6	PPOGPAM ELEMENT; RCRA_
 ,;SJU3C£:  liIHtRAL 3£ t DeVTC.
 .CITY:  CONCORD                STATH: NC
 •'STATION  i.o.:  U;LL 7 COISSOLVED PETAL)	
 . STORET "STATION NC:"

 • SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
  COLLECTED  t-r:  C  PA-..U3TT:       RECEIVED FROM:
  SAMPLE  RcC'D:  DAT3/TInE OC/00/00         RFC'D SY:
  S S » L i j : .   ____________ _ ____
  CHEMIST:
  ANALYTICAL  r'c TH3D :
  CASE NO.: 22
  CJNTSUCT LAb
  CUNTRACT LA3
. R<
 .REMARK:

• SAMPI-P_j pr,  VFRTFTFO PY; WFP    DATA  VERIFIED BY; CHH

''«**REMARKS**«
          TI",cS  EXCEEDEDC40 CF3 13*,OCTOBER  26,1984)
                                                                        RESULTS
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                       ~
  *A-aVER4&E "VALUE    *NA-NOT ANALYZED*NAI-INTERFERENCES
 *%J-£STIHATEO  VALUE  *N-P"JESUKPTIVE  EVIDENCE  OF PRESENCE  OF  MATERIAL
  :;:K-ACTUAL VALUE  IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
__*L-A::TUAL VALUE  is KNOWN TO eE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEJLJ	.,  .
  vU-'^ATERIAL  HAS  ANALYZED FOR 3UT NOT DETECTED. THE  NUMBER  IS
   Trlt  MNUHU" iUANTITATION LIMIT.                              ,
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10IJJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
                                                                      10UJ
SAKOL6.NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NC.: MDQA846

          ): CEMTEC
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         ~10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                         10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          20UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                                          10UJ
                                                   10UJ
                                                  _10UJ_
                                                   10UJ
                                                   10UJ
                                                   10UJ    »,
                                                  _10UJ	
                                                   10UJ
                                                   10UJ
                                                   10UJ
                                                  .10UJ
                                                   10UJ
                                                   50UJ
                                                   SOUJ
                                                  L50UJ
                                                   SOUJ
                                                                                    *«««»ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****
UNITS
UG/L
UG/IT~
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
JG/C —
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                                                                     1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
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                                                                     HEXACHLOSOETHANc
                                                                    ~8ISC2-CHLOROISOPROinrL)  ETHER	
                                                                     N-NITROSQDI-N-PROPYLAMINE
                                                                     NITROBENZENE
                                                                     HEXACHLOR09UTAOIENE  	
                                                                    "1,2',4-TRICHLOROBENZETre	
                                                                     NAPHTHALENE
                                                                     BISC2-CHLOROETHOXY)  METHANE
                                                                     ISOPHORONE          	
                                                                    "HEXACHLOROCYCtaPTNTAUlbNfc (HCLPJ
                                                                     2-CHLORONAPHTHALENE
                                                                     ACENAPHTHYLENE
                                                                     ACENAPHTHENE  	
                                                                    'DIMETHYL' THTHJITBTE	
                                                                     2,4-OINITROTOLUENE
                                                                     2,6-OINITROTOLUENE
                                                                     4-CHLOROPHENYL  PHENYL ETHER
                                                                    -~"
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         N-NITROSODIPHENYLAM.INE/DIPHENYLAMINE
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         ANTHRACENE
         DI-N- BUTYL PHTHALATE
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SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
' JPA-ESD.REG IV
ATHENS GEORGIA
'-' !
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SAMPLE NO.: 27C16587 S AMPLE TrPE: GRQUNDWA
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                               E«>A- = SD,R-& IV
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SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
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                    SA.1PLH AND ANALYSIS  MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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                                ATHENS GEORGIA
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0.05U • UG/L HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE . - .
0.05U • UG/L ALPHA-BHC
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0.05U
0.05U
0.05U
0. 10U
0.10U
0.10U
0.10U
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0.10U
0.10U
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UG/L DELTA-BHC
UG/L ENDOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
UG/L O.IELORIN
"UG/L • 4,4"-ODT (P,P -DDT) . •
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UG/L 4,4'-DOO (P»P*-DDD) '.> ' "', '?-;' ,»'. ' •* .' "
UG/L ENORIN .- •' ' '"- '--'•• ••
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UG/L EMDOSULFAN SULrATE ,
UG/L CHLORDANE (TECH. MIXTURE) /I ' .
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~"UG/L'' PCB-1254 (AROCLOR 1254)
UG/L PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221) -•-'..
UG/L PCB-1232 (AROCLOR 1232) ,'. .'
UG/L PCB-1248 (AROCLOR 1248)
UU/L PCB-1260 (AROCLOR 1260) »
UG/L PCS-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
UG/L TOXAPHENE
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GAMMA-PHC (LINDANE)
OELTA-BHC
ENDOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
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PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221)
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PC9-1260 (1ROCLOR 1260)
PCP-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
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BETA CHLOROENE /2
GAMMA-CHLOROENE /2
1-HYDRQXYCHLORDENE /2
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0.05U
0.05U
0.05U
0.05U
0 . 0 5 'J
0.05U
_ 0.10U
0.10U
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0. 10U
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
JG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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COMPOUND
ALDRIN y
HEPTACHLOR \
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE
ALPHA-BHC
BETA-BHC
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DELTA-BMC
ENOOSULF4N I (ALPHA)
OIELPRIM
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4,4'-DDE CP.P'-ODE)
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ENDRIN
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ENDOSULFON SULFATE ,
CHLOROANE CTSCH. MIXTURE) /I
PC=-1242 (AROCLOR 1242)
PCB-1254 C4ROCLOR 1254)
PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221)
PCB-1232 CAROCLOR 1232)
PCB-1248 (AROCLQR 1248)
PCB-1260 (AROCLOR 1260)
PCE-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
TOXAPHENE
ALPHO-ChLORDENE /I
BETA CHLOKDENE /2
GAMMA-CHLORDENE /2
1-HYDROXYCHLORDENE /2
GAMMA-CHLORDANE /2
TRANS-M3NACHLCR /2
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0.10U
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UNITS COMPOUND
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UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UC-/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
_UG/_L 	
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UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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ALPHA-BHC
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GAMMA-BHC CLINDANE)
OELTA-BHC
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DIELDRIN
4,4'-DDT (P,P'-ODT)
4,4'-DDE (P,P'-DDE)
4,4'-DDD CP.P'-DDD)
?NDRIN
EMDOSULPAN II (BETA)
rNOOSULFAN SULFATE
CHLORDAHE (TECH. MIXTURE) /I
PC9-1242 CARQCLOR 1242)
PCB-1254 CAR3CLOR 125*)
PCE-1221 CAROCLOR 1221)
PCP-1232 CAROCLOR 1232)
PCR-124H fAROCLOR 12431
PCB-1260 CARHCLOR 1260)
PCP-1016 CAROCLOR 1016)
TCXAPHENE
ALPHA-CHLORDFNE /2
BETA CHLOROENE /2
GAMMA-CHLORDENE /2 '
GAMMA-CHLORDANE /2
TRAMS-NONACHLOR /2
ALPHA-CHLORDANE /2
METHOXYCHLOR
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0. 10U
0. 10U
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0.10U ,
0. 10U
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0. SOU
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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ALORIM J
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ALPHA-3HC
SETA-BHC
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DIELDRIN
4,4'-uor OTP'-OOT) •' 	
4,4'-DOE (P,P'-ODE)
«,4'-DDC (P,P'-OOD)
ENDRIN
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ENDOSULFAN SIJLFATE
CHLORDANE CTECH. MIXTURE) /I
PC?-124? (5RTCLOR 12«2)
PCb-1254 (AROCLOR 1254)
PCE-1221 (AROCLO" 1221)
PCB-1232 (APOCLOR 1232)
PC9-1243 (ARQCLOR 1248)
PCS-1260 (AROCLOR 1260)
PCE-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
TOXAPHENE
ALPHA-CHLORD?ME /2
HETA CHLORDFME /2
GAMMA-CHLORDENE /2
1-HYDPQXYCHLORDENF /2
GAI1MA-CHLOPDANE /2
TRANS-NONACHLOR /2
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0.05U
0 . 0 5 U
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C.05U
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0 . 1 0 U
0 . 1 0 U
0 . 1 0 U
0. 10U .
0 . 1 0 U
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0.50U
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UC/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
U:./L
UC-/L
UC/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
"UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
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UG/L
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HJPTACHLOR EPOXIDE
4LPHA-3HC
PETA-BHC
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DFLT4-BHC
EHCOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
DIELD^IN
4,4'-OOT CF>,P'-ODT)
4,4'-DDE (P,P'-DOE)
4t4'-ODD (PtP'-OnO)
FNOSIN
" ENDOSULFAN II C9ETA) '
FNOOSULFAN SULFATE
CHLORD4NE CT5CH. MIXTURE) /I
PC?-1242 fAR.TCLOR 1242)
PCR-1254 C4ROCLOR 1254)
PCB-1221 (4ROCLOR 1221)
PCB-1232 (AROCLOR 1232)
PC9-1243 (AROCLOR 1248)
PCB-1250 CAROCLOR 1240)
PC9-1016 (AR3CLOR 1016)
TOXAPHENF
r.HLnR3FNr /2
ALPH4-CHLO"DENE /2
SETA CHLORPENE /2
GAMMA-CHLORDENE /2
1-wvppnXYrHI PROFHF /2
GAMIH-CHLOROANE /2
TR4NS-NOMACHLOR /2
ALPHA-CHLORDANE /2
McTHOXYCHLOR
ENORIN KETQNE
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                                                                                 *****ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****
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'' i SAMPLE !JO.: S7C16597 SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
j • PS3JECT.MO. : 37-'J24 _FAaflJ>AK_ Ei_=M£WT : RCRA
..sju^ct: !->:riaRAL ^ s OFVFL.
CiT<5 ' "1'^'"Jr3 STATC> NC
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.. CrtSs^iJp. : v5p?s T?J 5ir'1fvJ-£ "•'?•' C IM07G SAMPLE NO.: MOQA847
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$H-ACTUAL VALJ6 13 KM3'..'N TO K: LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
•f— 4U-MATER1AL iJAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT 3CTECTCO. THE NUMBER IS
THE flNIMJM JUAMTITATION LIViIT.
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2. CONSTITUcNTS 0^ ME T 4EOLIT5S Oe TECHNICAL CHLOROANE. • '•
RESULTS
O.Of U
0.05U
0.05U
n n c M
0.35U
0. 05U
0.05U
0 . 0 5 U
0. 10U
o.iau
0. 10U
0.10U
0.10U
C.10U
0.50U
0.50U
3 .OU
C.50U
0. 50U
0.50U
l.OU
0. 50U
1. OU
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0. 10U






UNITS
, UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
U'./L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L






COMPOUND
ALORIN
HEPTACHLOR ^
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIOE
"ETA-6HC
GA^MA-SHC (LINDANE) :
DELTA-'JHC
ENOOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
_CIELD(?IN
4,4'-DDT (P,P'-OOT)
4|4'-DOE (P«P'-DDE)
4,4'-DOD (PfP'-DDO)
^NDRIN
PNOOSULFAN 11 (BETA)
CHLORDANE (TECH. MIXTURE) /I
PC^-1242 (AROCLOR 1242)
PCB-12S4 (AROCLOR 1254)
PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221) /
PC8-1232 (AROCLOR 1232)
	 PCE-1243 (AROCLOR 1249)
PCB-1260 (AROCLOR 1260)
PCP-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
TOXAPHFNE
ALPHA-CHLOROENE /2
BETA CHLOROEME /2
GAHMA-CHLOROENE /2
1-HYDROXYCHLQRDENE /2
GAMMA-CHLORDANE /2
TRANS-NONACHLOR /2
ALPHA-CHLORDANE /2
CIS-N3NACHLOR /2
METHOXYCHLOR
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RESULTS
O.OSU
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0 .
0.
0.
0.
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05U
osu
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05U
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10'J
10U
10U
10U
10U 	
10U
10'J
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UNITS
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
	 UG/I 	
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
'IG/i
U&/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
1 1 G / L
UG/L
'JC-/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
COMPOUND
ALDRIN J
HEPTACHLOR S
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE !
ALPHA-BHC
fiETA-SHC
GCMV1A-BHC CLINOANE)
PELTA-BHC
ENDOSULFAN I CALPHA)
4,4'-DDT (P,P'-OOT)
4,4'-ODE (P,P'-OOE)
4,4'-DDD CP,P'-OOD)
ENDOSULFAH II (3ETA)
ENCOSULFAN SULFATE
CHLORDANE CTECH. FIXTURE) /I
PTp — 1?4J (ARnCLClR 1242)
»Ce-1254 (ARTCLOR 1254)
PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221)
PC!-1232 CAROCLOS 1232)
PCB-124S fARnrtDR 1?431
PC?-1260 (AROCLCR 1260)
PC"-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
TDXAPHENe
ALPHA-CHLOROENE /i
BETA CHLORDENE /2
GAMMA-CHLO'OENc /2
I-HYDROX YCHI 0*i)FNp /I ,,,,.,
r.Af';*A-CHLOclD4NE /2
TRANS-N3NACHLaR /2
ALPHA-CHLOROANE /2
METHOX YCHLOR
ENDRIN KETONE
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                                                                                       *****ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****
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                                               SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
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  i  CITY:  ca'JC'.jKC
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                                               RfC'D BY:
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                                    P        INOSG SAMPLE NO.: MDQA851

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  RESULTS
	0.05.1L
   0.05U
   0.05U
   0.05U
	0.05U.
   0.05U
   0.05U
   O.ObU
 	n.lOLL
   0. 10U
   0 . 10 U
   0.10U
	0.10U.
   0. 10U
   0. 10U
   0.50U
	Q.50J.L
   l.OU
   0. SOU
   0.50U
	0.50L
   l.OU
   0.50U
   l.OU
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                                                                            "0. STlfD"
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_JC/l_
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 UG/L
 UC-/L
_UG/l_
 UG/L
 UG/L
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^JG/L_
 UG/L
 UG/L
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JJC  ._
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JJG/L-
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 UG/L
JG/L.
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_UC  __
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_UG/L_
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 UG/L
 UG/L
 UG/L
"UG/L"
 UG/L
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_A LPRIN    	
 HEPTACHLOR
 HEPTACHLOR EPOXIOE
 ALPHA-BHC
                                                                                               GAMMA-BHC  (LINDANE)
                                                                                               DELTA-BHC
                                                                                               ENOOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
 4,4'-DOT TPTP'-DOT)
 4,4'-ODE (P|P'-ODE)
 4,4'-DDO (PfP'-DDO)
_E.N D RIN	,	,	
 ENOOSULFAN II (B?TAl
 FNDOSULFAN SULFATE
 CHLORDANE (TECH.  MIXTURE)
        J_CAROCLOR_1242)	
~PCB-i254 (AROCLOR  1254)
 PCB-1221 (AROCLOR  1221)
 PCB-1232 (AROCLOR  1232)

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 TOXAPHFNE
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                      HLPHA-CHLORDENE    /2
                      BETA CHLORDENE    /2
                      GAMMA-CHLQPDENE    /2
                      1-HYDROXYCHLOROlNg   /2
                      G'A'MMA-CHLOROANE    /2
                      TRANS-NOfJACHLOR    /2
                      ALPHA-CHLCPDANE    /2
                      CIS-NOM4CHLQP	/2	
                     ~M:THOXYCHLOR
                      ENORIN KETONE
         .i .LOi.-.VER;=I:.a_-SY_:_WZP_
                                     )_Ajj_vi_R_iFieo FY;  CHH_

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                           :::N-PRESUMPTIVE  EVIDENCE  OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
                          KNOWN TO BE  LESS  THAN VALUE GIVEN
               ,i  VALUE
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UNITS
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	 UG7I 	
UG/L
' UG/L
... UG/L .
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
' UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
.UG/L _
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
ur./L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
• UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
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UG/L
UG/L





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1NALYTICAL RESULTS*****
COMPOUND
A L 0 R I N • J
HEPTACHLDR ~" \
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE
ALPHA-BHC
. BETA-BHC
GAKMA-3HC CLINDANE)
DELTA-BHC
E'IDCSULFAN I (ALPHA)
OIELORIN
4,4'-OOT (P.P'-DDT)
4,4'-DDE (P,P'-ODE)
4,4'-ODD (P,P'-OOD)
.. ENDRIN
ENOOSULFAN !I fSETA)
ENDOSULFAN SULFATE
CHLOROANE (TECH. MIXTU'RE) /I
PCS-1242 (AROCLOR 1242)
PC3-1254 (6'OCLOR 1254)
PC3-1221 (AR1CLOR 1221)
PC3-1232 (AROCLOR 1232)
PC9-1243 (AROCLOR 1248)
PC3-1260 (AROCLOR 1240)
PCS-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)
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OUcTTi ;.FCCIVE? FRP«:
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RESULTS
O...SUJ
O.SUJ
O.SUJ
O.SUJ
0. 5UJ
0.?UJ
0. 5UJ
0. SUJ
O.SJJ
O.SUJ
O.SUJ
l.CU
0.1U
0.2U
1.0'J
5.0U
5.0U
5.0U
20U

IN: UG/L COMPOUND NAME
2.3,7,3 TCDO CDIOXIM) J>
TlTRACHLORODTBENZODIOXIfT fT3T4L) %>
PENTACHLOROOIBENZODIOXIN CTOTAL)
HEXACHLOROOIBENZOniOXTN CTOTAL)
HHPTACHLORODIPENZOOIOXIN CTOTAL)
OCTACHLOROOIBENZODIOXIN
2,3,7,8 TCDF C C I" EN ZOCURAN)
T=TPACHLGROOIBENZOFU?AN CTOTAL)
Pc^T ACHLCRQDI? ENZOFUR AN CTOTAL)
HEXACHLORODISENZOFURAN CTOTAL)
HFPTACHLOROOIRENZOFURAN CTOTAL)
3CTACHLOROOIBENZOFURAN
2,4,5-TP
2,4,5-T
CHLOP02ENZILATE
PHQRATE
;DISULFOTON
.PARATHION
FAt'.PHUR

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ftL-ACTUAL VtLU?
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ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft :': ft ft ft :•: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
; *'JA-l>m ANALYZED ftN A I-INTEP.FE RENC E S
(j-. ftN-PRCSUMPTIVE EVIDEMCF OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
IS KNOWN TO 5= LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
IS KM"! UN. T0.3E GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN ' .'.'> .'.
Ar.JLYZSO SQR 2UT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
•iiN'i'-'u;' OUANTITATIQN LIMIT.




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                            AND  ANALYSIS PANAGEMEMT SYSTEM
                                 ;PA-L$C,CEG IV
                                 AThEUS GEORGIA
    03/05/37
                      P£STICIOES/BC»S ANALYSIS, MISC
                             DATA REPORTING SHEET
                                     WJTTR
                                                                               0
                      SV'FL"  NO.:  S7Clf592
                                                S»K°LE TYPE:  &ROUNDHA
    Pfi0 JECjr_NC ,.v.J.7.-?• l fi.      PROGRAM _ELEMENT: PCRA_

   'cur:  CJNCCK:"   " *  ""  '  '  STATE: NC

   'STATION I.j.: r.'-LL. .;. C."IS5.C.LVcD '-'fTAD  	
    SAMPLE  COLLECTION: START  OATE/TI^E 03/17/e?
   - SA--lpLc_COLLlCTIO;j:._ST3P   OATE/TIMF 00/00/00
RESULT'S
0.5UJ	,
•OY5U3—
0.5UJ
   UJ

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0. 5UJ
0.5UJ
0. 5UJ
0.5t)J~~~
0.5UJ
0. 5UJ

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0.2U
1 .CU
5.0U	
5.0U
5.0U
20U
                                                                                        «:***ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****

                                                                                        IN:  UG/L   COMPOUND  NAME
                                                                                         2tSi7,8 TCDD CDIOXIN).	
                                                                                        "7 Fmt HUD TO DTB E M Z QTJ7 OXIN CT'OT»LJ
 PENTACHLORODIBENZOOICXIN (TC
 HEXACHLORODIBENZOOIOXIN (TOTAL)
 HEPTJCHLOP.ODI9ENZODIOXIN (TOTAL)
'CCTACWUORODT5tNZODinXTN~~
 2,3.7,8 TCDF (C IBENZOFURAN)
 TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN (TOTAL)
 PENTACHLOROOIPENZOFURAN (TOTAL)
"HEX«CHLOROOIBENZOCUPAN TTOTAU)
 HEPTACHLORODI9ENZ3FURAN (TOTAL)
 OCTACHLOR 0013ENZOFURAN
 2,4-D  	.,..
"2.4, ;-rp	
 2,4,5-T
 CHLOROEENZILATE
 PHORATF  	
"DISULFQTOKi                  	
 PARATHION
 FAKPHUR                  i
  ! ' i A .-1 r L =  %cC'i:  0 ; 7 : , / T 11', E  03/00/00
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PEMTACHLOROOIBENZOFURAN (TOTAL)
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                    SV1PLE  AND ANALYSIS MANAGFMENT SYSTEM
                                 EPA-5SD.REG  IV
                          I       AThENS 5fcORGIA
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                      ' ES/TICIOES/OCBS ANALYSIS,  MISC
                         '    3ATA REPORTING  SHEET
                      	___	wAJ i R	_	
                       Si'-lPLE NO.: 87C16531
                                                 SAMPLE TYP?: PUM°BLK
  , • PRJJECT_MQ. :._&7-J24 __ __ P R (3 SJIAM_£ LEHf^lI :_fiCRA
  ••-SClHCE:  ("IM^HL  «.-  1  5EV5L.
•» '., CITY:  CGNCCKJ                STATF: NC

  '" STATUS .l.i..: P'J-'3_rLi!!l!L-.
    SAMPLE  COLLECTION:  START DATF/TIME 03/13/87
••>•., CnrniatJ-
  I  ANALYTICAL
                                                                                         «**:S:::ANALYTICAL  RESULTS*****
                                                                                 RESULTS  IN: UG/L
 0.5UJ
 0.5UJ
 0.5UJ
_0.5UJ
 0. 5UJ
 0. 5UJ
 0. 5UJ
 0.5UJ
 0.5UJ
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 0. 1U
 2UJ
 l.OU
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 5.0U
 5.0U
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                                                                                                    COMPOUND NAME
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                  	 (TOTAL)
 PENTACHLOROOIBENZODIOXIN (TOTAL)
 HEXACHLORODIBENZODIOXIN (TOTAL)
_H?PTACHLOR_aOieE.NZOOIOXIN_iTai»LJL
 OCTACHLOROOI9=NZODIOXIN
 2,3i7,8 TCDF  (OT3ENZOFURAN)
 TETRAChLORODIBENZOF'JRAN (TOTAL)
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 HEXACHLOROOIBENZOFURAN (TOTAL)
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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16S66
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
PROJECT NO.:  87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE «. OEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: PUMP BLANK
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/18/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO:
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):
CONTRACT LABORATORY! INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
D       INORG SAMPLE NO.
 EMSI/COMPU
                                                         MOOA752
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS*"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
                                                	ANALYTICAL RESULTS*****

                                      RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
                                      0.01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
                                      0.3U     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                      1.0U     MG/L  SULFATE
                                      1.0U     MG/L  CHLORIDE
                                      0.3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                      1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE               ' •
                                      1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
                                      1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
                                      50U      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                      18       UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                      5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                      1.0U     MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                      0.02     MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945  i
 00940
 OO615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
 • •FOOTNOTES"*
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    -NA-NOT ANALYZED    >NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  >N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16567
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO. : 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE S. DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: WELL 1
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/16/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'O: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:
CASE NO.: 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO:
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):
CONTRACT LABORATORY!INORGANIC): CENTEC
REMARK:
REMARK:
D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA822
 EMSI/COMPU
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY:

• ••REMARKS"*
                        WFP
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
RESULTS
0.01U
1.4
6.6
5.0
0.3U
1.0U
1.0U
1.0U
50U
5 OU
5U
1.0U
0.03UJ
UNITS
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L
MG/L
                                                                                	ANALYTICAL  RESULTS""*
                                                     PARAMETER
                                                     CYANIDE
                                                     NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                                     SULFATE
                                                     CHLORIDE
                                                     NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                                     BROMIDE
                                                     FLUORIDE
                                                     SULFIDES
                                                     PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                                     TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                     PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                     TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                                     PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 O0945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
"•FOOTNOTES'"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    'NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.                            •'•-.-
                                                                                                                                                                            n
                                                                                                                                                             ii

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                                                                         V  i
09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16568
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO.:• 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: WELL 3
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION. START DATE/TIME 03/16/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED  BY: 0 PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:

CASE NO. :  2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MOOA825
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY!INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
           • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS""*

RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
 0.01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
 180      MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE  NITROGEN
 130      MG/L  SULFATE
 1700     MG/L  CHLORIDE
 0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  SULF10ES
 BOU      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
 30UJ     UG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC HALOGEN
 5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  HALOGEN
 2.0UJ    MG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC CARBON
 0.03UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• "REMARKS*"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
• ••FOOTNOTES*"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    »NA-NOT ANALYZED    >NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-AUUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-AC1UAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                                            It

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALVSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: B7C16569
                                          SAMPLE TYPE:  GROUNOWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE- MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D : WELL 6
STORET STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00
COLLECTED BV: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.

CASE NO. :  2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA826
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY! INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK.
REMARK:
                                                             • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS'*'"

                                                 RESULTS   UNITS  PARAMETER
                                                  0.01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
                                                  450      MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                                  41       MG/L  SULFATE
                                                  10OO     MG/L  CHLORIDE
                                                  0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                                  1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
                                                  1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
                                                  1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
                                                  50U      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                                  150J     UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                  82J      UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                  2.0UJ    MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                                  0.07UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
                                                                                                                                   -/

                                                                                                                                   _•
                                                                                                                                 -  -4
                                                                                                                                  '  i
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS"*
                               DATA VERIFIED BV: GKB
• ••FOOTNOTES'"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    «NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.:  87C16570
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO. • 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY. CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.O.: WELL 5
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00

COLLECTED BY: 0 PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.

CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA827
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY(INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
           •••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS"'"

RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
 0.01U    MG/L  .CYANIDE
 1600     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE  NITROGEN
 66       MG/L  5ULFATE
 14OO     MG/L  CHLORIDE
 0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
 1 OU     MG/L  .5ULFIDES
 100U     UG/L  PHENOLS  (4AAP)
 60UJ     UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
 5U       UG/L  -PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
 2.0UJ    MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
 0.04UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

••'REMARKS*••
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
•*'FOOTNOTES*••
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    -NA-NOT ANALYZED    'NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-EST1MA7ED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE  OF  MATERIAL
   •K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER  IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                                            (1

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16571
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE «. DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD                STATE:  NC

STATION I.D.: WELL 7
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME  03/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME  OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'O BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.

CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA846
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY( INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
           • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS"'"

RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
 0 01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
 68       MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
 71       MG/L  SULFATE
 940      MG/L  CHLORIDE
 0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
 1 OU     MG/L  SULFIOES
 50U      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
 30UJ     UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
 5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
 0.08UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS'"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
 "FOOTNOTES""
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    'MAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-EST1MATED VALUE  «N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN  TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN  TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED  FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                            n

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SVSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG  IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO. : 87C16572
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION 1.0.: TRIP BLANK
STORET STATION NO

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/11/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00

COLLECTED BY: 0 PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST- GKB    CHEMIST.
ANALYTICAL METHOD:

CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA847
CONTRACT LABORATORY!ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY(INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
           '•'••ANALYTICAL RESULTS	

RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
 0.01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
 0.3U     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  SULFATE
 1.0U     MG/L  CHLORIDE
 0.3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
 1.OU     MG/L  FLUORIDE
 54       MG/L  SULFIDES
 SOU      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
 20       UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
 5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  HALOGEN
 1.6      MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
 44       MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS"*
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
• ••FOOTNOTES'"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    'NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-EST1MA7ED VALUE  «N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                           n
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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SVSTEH
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALVSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16573
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: BLKWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE t. DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: BAILER BLANK
STORET STATION MO:
SAMPLE
SAMPLE
COLLECTION:
COLLECTION:
START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00
COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO         REC'O BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:

CASE NO.: 2363  ORG-SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO.:  MDOA85O
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY(INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY:

• ••REMARKS*"
                        WFP
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
                                                                        • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS"*"

                                                             RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
                                                              0 01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
                                                              0.3U     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                                              1 OU     MG/L  SULFATE
                                                              1.0U     MG/L  CHLORIDE
                                                              0.3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                                              1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
                                                              1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
                                                              1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
                                                              SOU      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                                              S.OU     UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                              5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                              2.9      MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                                              0.03     MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
                                                                                                         STORET
                                                                                                          00720
                                                                                                          00630
                                                                                                          00945
                                                                                                          00940
                                                                                                          00615
                                                                                                          71870
                                                                                                          00951
                                                                                                          00745
                                                                                                          32730
                                                                                                                             00680
 ••FOOTNOTES*••
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    *NA-NOT ANALYZED    "MAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATEO VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND  ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
                            EPA-ESD.REG  IV
                            ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16574
                                          SAMPLE  TYPE: BLKWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE- MINERAL RE fc DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION 1.0.: FIELD BLANK
STORET STATION NO.

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL  METHOD:

CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :  MDOA851
CONTRACT LABORATORY!ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORYlINORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
           • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS*"**

RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
 0 01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
 0.3U     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
 1.0U     MG/L  SULFATE
 1.0U     MG/L  CHLORIDE
 0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
 1. OU     MG/L  BROMIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
 1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
 SOU      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
 7.3      UG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC HALOGEN
 5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  HALOGEN
 l.OU     MG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC CARBON
 0.04     MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••.REMARKS'"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
•••FOOTNOTES-*'
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    «NA-NOT ANALYZED    -NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-EST1MATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF  MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
 .  -U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER  IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                            K
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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG  IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16575
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO  : 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: WELL 4
STORET STATION NO:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
     START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
     STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00
COLLECTED BY:
SAMPLE REC'D:
SEALED:
D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO         REC'D BY:
CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.
CASE NO.:  2363  ORG SAMPLE NO:
CONTRACT LABORATORYCORGANIC):
                                                                  	ANALYTICAL  RESULTS	

                                                       RESULTS  UNITS PARAMETER
                                                        0.01U    MG/L CYANIDE
                                                        160      MG/L NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                                        74       MG/L SULFATE
                                                        16OO     MG/L CHLORIDE
                                                        0.3U     MG/L NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                                        1.0U     MG/L BROMIDE
                                                        1  OU     MG/L FLUORIDE
                                                        1.0U     MG/L SULFIDES
                                                        SOU      UG/L PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                                        40UJ     UG/L TOTAL  ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                        5U       UG/L PVRGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                        2  OUJ    MG/L TOTAL  ORGANIC CARBON
                                                        0.05UJ   MG/L PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             O0680
CONTRACT LABORATORY( INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
                 D       INORG SAMPLE NO.:
                  EMSI/COMPU
                                                         MDOA852
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS'"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
• ••FOOTNOTES'"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    «NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MAURIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED  THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESD.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16576
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO. : 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I.D.: WELL 4
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION. START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME 00/00/00

COLLECTED BY: 0 PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'O BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.

CASE NO. : 2363  ORG SAMPLE MO: 0       INORG SAMPLE NO. :
CONTRACT LABORATORY!ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY)INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
                       ..•••ANALYTICAL RESULTS"."

            RESULTS  UNITS   PARAMETER
             0 01U    MG/L   CYANIDE
             150      MG/L   NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
             73       MG/L   SULFATE
             1400     MG/L   CHLORIDE
             0 3U     MG/L   NITRITE-NITROGEN
             1.0U     MG/L   BROMIDE
             1.0U     MG/L   FLUORIDE
             1.0U     MG/L   SULFIDES
             50U      UG/L   PHENOLS (4AAP)
             40UJ     UG/L   TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
             5U       UG/L   PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
             2 OUJ    MG/L   TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
             0.04UJ   MG/L   PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 00945
 O0940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
MOOA853
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• •'REMARKS*"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
 ••FOOTNOTES'"
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    «NA-NOT ANALYZED    »NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  -N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-AClUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                           II

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                           EPA-ESO.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16577
                                          SAMPLE TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO.: 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I D. : WELL 2
STORET STATION NO:

SAMPLE COLLECTION: START DATE/TIME 03/17/87
SAMPLE COLLECTION: STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO

COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO         REC'D BY:
SEALED:

CHEMIST- GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD.

CASE NO. : 2363  ORE SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE MO
CONTRACT LABORATORY!ORGANIC):   EMSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY!INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK.:
REMARK:
MDOA854
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS*"
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
                       • ••••ANALYTICAL  RESULTS"*"

            RESULTS  UNITS  PARAMETER
             0.01U    MG/L  CYANIDE
             24       MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE  NITROGEN
             70       MG/L  SULFATE
             53       MG/L  CHLORIDE
             0.3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
             1.0U     MG/L  BROMIDE
             t.OU     MG/L  FLUORIDE
             1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
             SOU      UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
             20UJ     UG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC HALOGEN
             5U       UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  HALOGEN
             2 OUJ    MG/L  TOTAL  ORGANIC CARBON
             0.04UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC  CARBON
STORET
 00720
 00630
 O0945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
                                                                                              .
                                                                                            " I
• ••FOOTNOTES"'
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    "NA-NOT ANALYZED    »NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE  OF  MATERIAL
   • K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   • U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED. THE NUMBER  IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                            (1
                                                                                                                                   (i

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09/01/87
               SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT SVSTEM
                           EPA-ESO.REG IV
                           ATHENS GEORGIA
                       SPECIFIED  ANALYSIS
                       DATA REPORTING SHEET
                               WATER
                 SAMPLE NO.: 87C16578
                                          SAMPLE  TYPE: GROUNDWA
PROJECT NO. : 87-326     PROGRAM ELEMENT: RCRA
SOURCE: MINERAL RE & DEVEL.
CITY: CONCORD               STATE: NC

STATION I D  . WELL 6A
STORET STATION NO-
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
SAMPLE COLLECTION:
START DATE/TIME 03/18/87
STOP  DATE/TIME OO/OO/OO
COLLECTED BY: D PAOUETTE       RECEIVED FROM:
SAMPLE REC'D: DATE/TIME 00/00/00         REC'D BY:
SEALED-

CHEMIST: GKB    CHEMIST:
ANALYTICAL METHOD:

CASE NO. :  2363  ORG SAMPLE NO: D       INORG SAMPLE NO. :
CONTRACT LABORATORY(ORGANIC):   EHSI/COMPU
CONTRACT LABORATORY!INORGANIC): CENTEC

REMARK:
REMARK:
                                                             • ••••ANALYTICAL RESULTS""*

                                                  RESULTS   UNITS  PARAMETER
                                                   0.010    MG/L  CYANIDE
                                                   1100     MG/L  NITRATE-NITRITE NITROGEN
                                                   90      MG/L  SULFATE
                                                   2800     MG/L  CHLORIDE
                                                   0 3U     MG/L  NITRITE-NITROGEN
                                                   l.OU     MG/L  BROMIDE
                                                   1.0U     MG/L  FLUORIDE
                                                   1.0U     MG/L  SULFIDES
                                                   100U     UG/L  PHENOLS (4AAP)
                                                   100UJ    UG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                   EU      UG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC HALOGEN
                                                   2 OUJ    MG/L  TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
                                                   0 04UJ   MG/L  PURGEABLE ORGANIC CARBON
STORET
 O0720
 00630
 00945
 00940
 00615
 71870
 00951
 00745
 32730
                                                                                                                             00680
                                      MDOA855
SAMPLE LOG VERIFIED BY: WFP

• ••REMARKS"*
                               DATA VERIFIED BY: GKB
••'FOOTNOTES*••
   •A-AVERAGE VALUE    'NA-NOT ANALYZED    "NAI-INTERFERENCES
  •J-ESTIMATED VALUE  'N-PRESUMPTIVE EVIDENCE OF PRESENCE OF MATERIAL
   •K-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE LESS THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •L-ACTUAL VALUE IS KNOWN TO BE GREATER THAN VALUE GIVEN
   •U-MATERIAL WAS ANALYZED FOR BUT NOT DETECTED  THE NUMBER IS
         THE MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT.
                                                                                                                                                                           I!
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