Statistical Support Documentation
          for the 40 CFR, Part 503

    Final Standards for the Use or
        Disposal of Sewage Sludge

                        Volume II
        o
      Final Report
November 11,1992
           U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
             OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
             ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS DIVISION
                         WASHINGTON, DC

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                   Final Report
          Statistical Support Documentation
             for the 40 CFR, Part 503
           Final Standards for the Use or
             Disposal of Sewage Sludge
                    Volume II
                November 11, 1992
                   Submitted to:

       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
          Office of Science and Technology
         Engineering and Analysis Division
                401 M Street, SW.
              Washington, DC  20460
                  Submitted by:

    Science Applications International Corporation
      Environmental and Health Sciences Group
               7600A Leesburg Pike
           Falls Church, Virginia 22043
EPA Contract No. 68-CO-0035, Work Assignment 2-35
        SAIC Project No. 1-813-03-2815-350

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                                        PREFACE
Statistical methods and estimates that supported the development of the Final Standards for the Use or
Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503) are presented in this document.  Estimates include the
number of Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) in the Nation in 1988 practicing at least secondary
treatment of wastewater and the estimated concentrations of pollutants of concern in the sewage sludge
used or disposed in 1988 by these POTWs.  Reported estimates were produced using data from the 1988
National Sewage Sludge Survey.
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                                          CONTENTS

    Chapter                                                                               Page

Volume I

    Preface	  iii

     1.  Introduction	  1-1
           1.1    Description of the 1988 National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS)	 1-1
           1.2    Design of the National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS)  	 1-2
           1.3    National Sewage Sludge Survey Data Bases	 1-4
           1.4    Document Organization and Text Conventions  	 1-4

     2.  Estimation of the Number of POTWs in the Nation Using Each of the
           Regulatory Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practices in 1988	2-1
           2.1    Regulatory Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practices  	2-1
           2.2    Data Conventions	  2-4
           2.3    Estimation of National Totals and Variances of the Estimates	2-7
           2.4    National Estimates by RA Use or Disposal Practice	  2-13
           2.5    Comments	  2-19

     3.  Estimation of the Number of Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) in the
           Nation in Each of Four Flow Rate Groups  	 3-1
           3.1    Data Conventions	  3-1
           3.2    Estimation of National Totals and Variances of the Total Estimates  	3-2

     4.  Stratum Weights	  4-1
           4.1    Survey Design Stratum Weights  	 4-1
           4.2    Adjusted Stratum Weights	  4-4

     5.  National Estimates for the Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge
           Used or Disposed in 1988  	  5-1

     6.  National Estimates for Selected  Aspects of Use or Disposal Practices  	6-1
           6.1    Management Practices Used to Prevent Runoff to Surface Waters  	6-1
           6.2    Incineration	  6-5
           6.3    Surface Disposal .	  6-7

     7.  National Concentration Estimates for Pollutants of Concern from the National Sewage
           Sludge Survey (NSSS)	  7-1
           7.1    Chemical Analysis Methods and Reporting Procedures	7-1
           7.2    Parameter Estimation  with Censored Data	  7-5
           7.3    Data Conventions and Schemes	  7-6
           7.4    POTW-Based National Pollutant-Concentration Estimates  	7-8
           7.5    Distributional Estimates of Pollutant Concentration by
                  Amount of Sewage Sludge	  7-66
           7.6    Summary Comments Concerning Statistical Methods and Resulting
                  Estimates of Pollutant Concentration from the NSSS  	  7-69

    References	  R-l

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                                  CONTENTS (continued)

    Chapter                                                                            Page

Volume II

    Preface	  iii

     8.  Comparison of Pollutant Concentrations in Sewage Sludge
           after Primary and Secondary Treatment of Wastewater  	  8-1
           8.1    Data Conventions and Statistical Methods  	  8-1
           8.2    Results and Conclusions	  8-3

     9. Data Integrity Assessments and Edits	  9-1
           9.1    Data Assessment Techniques	  9-1
           9.2    Imputed Sewage Sludge Dry Weights	  9-6
           9.3    Data Integrity Assessments and Edits by POTW  	   9-22

    10. Lognormal Estimates from Stratified Random Samples	   10-1
           10.1   Motivations for the Study	   10-1
           10.2   Design and Results of Simulations	   10-2

    References	  R-l

    Appendix
    Part Al  Data Listings	A-2

    Part A2  NSSS Data Conventions Data Base  	  A-151

    Part A3  Listing of Pollutant-Concentration Data from 16 POTWs
                  in the 40 City Study	  A-164

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                                        TABLES

Table                                                                                 Page

2-1    Definitions of Reported Sewage Sludge Use or Disposal Practices
       from the 1988 NSSS Survey Questionnaire  	  2-5

2-2    1986 Needs Disposal Classification vs. Regulatory Analytical (RA)
       Use or Disposal Practice Classification	  2-8

2-3    Sampling Fractions for the Questionnaire Survey Strata (fs)	  2-11

2-4    Estimates of the Number of POTWs in the Nation by Major Use or Disposal Practice . .  2-14

2-5    Estimates of the Number of POTWs in the Nation by Regulated Analytical (RA)
       Use or Disposal Practice	  2-15

2-6    Estimates of the Number of POTWs in the Nation by End Use	  2-16

2-7a   Estimates of the Number of POTWs in the Nation Using Multiple
       Regulatory Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practices  	  2-18

2-7b   Estimates of the Number of POTWs in the Nation Using Each Regulatory
       Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practice Combination	  2-18

3-1    POTWS in the Questionnaire Survey—1986 NEEDS Flow Rate Classification
       vs. 1988 Reported Flow Rate Group Frequencies   	  3-3

3-2    National Estimates of POTWs by Average Daily Flow Group	3-6

4-1    Sampling Fraction Values for the Questionnaire Survey Strata (fy)  	4-3

4-2    Sampling Fractions and Stratum Weights for the Analytical Survey  	4-4

4-3    Estimated  Number of POTWs Classified as  Ineligible/Out of Business  	4-5

4-4    Stratum Weights Excluding POTWs Classified as  Ineligible/Out of Business	4-5

4-5    POTWs in the Analytical Survey Classified  as Using Wastewater Stabilization Ponds ... 4-6

4-6    Estimated  Number of POTWs Classified as  Ineligible/Out of Business and
       Using Wastewater Stabilization Ponds  	  4-7

4-7    Stratum Weights Excluding POTWs Classified as  Ineligible/Out of
       Business and Using Wastewater Stabilization Ponds	4-7

5-1    National Estimates for Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge Used or
       Disposed in 1988—By Regulatory  Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practice	5-7

5-2    National Estimates for Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge Used or
       Disposed in 1988—By Regulated End Use	  5-8
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Table                                                                                  Page

5-3    National Estimates for Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge Used or
       Disposed in 1988—By Reported Flow Group	  5-9

5-4    National Estimates for Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge Used or
       Disposed in 1988—By Regulatory Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practice
       and Dichotomized Reported Flow Group	  5-10

5-5    National Estimates for Total Dry Weight of Sewage Sludge Used or
       Disposed in 1988—By Regulated End Use and Dichotomized Reported Flow Group  ...  5-11

7-1    Frequency of Percent Solids in National Sewage Sludge Samples by
       Flow Rate Group 	  7-4

7-2    Strata and National Pollutant Concentration  Estimates from the National
       Sewage Sludge Survey Assuming a Lognormal Distribution of Concentration-
       Pollutants of Concern	  7-14

7-3    Strata and National Pollutant Concentration  Estimates from the
       National Sewage Sludge Survey Assuming a Lognormal Distribution of
       Concentration - Individual Pollutants for Composite Pollutants of Concern	  7-22

7-4    Strata and National Pollutant Concentration  Estimates from the
       National Sewage Sludge Survey Assuming a Lognormal Distribution of
       Concentration - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen  	  7-27

7-5    National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Pollutants of Concern	  7-29

7-6    National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Individual Pollutants for Composite
       Pollutants of Concern	  7-35

7-7    National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and Total
       Kjeldahl Nitrogen	  7-39


7-8    National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Standard Deviation and Confidence Interval
       for the Mean - Pollutants of Concern	  7-41
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Table                                                                                   Page

7-9    National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Standard Deviation and Confidence Interval
       for the Mean - Individual Pollutants for Composite Pollutants of Concern   	  7-47

7-10   National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Standard Deviation and Confidence Interval
       for the Mean - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen	  7-51

7-11   National Pollutant Concentration Percentile Estimates  from the
       National Sewage Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric
       Substitution Method Estimations Procedures - Pollutants of Concern	  7-55

7-12   National Pollutant Concentration Percentile Estimates  from the National
       Sewage Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution
       Method Estimations Procedures - Individual Pollutants for Composite
       Pollutants of Concern	  7-60

7-13   National Pollutant Concentration Percentile Estimates  from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Using Lognormal and Nonparametric Substitution Method
       Estimations Procedures - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and  Total
       Kjeldahl Nitrogen	  7-64

7-14   National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Weighted by Amount of Sewage Sludge Disposed - Standard
       Deviations and Confidence Intervals for the Mean - Pollutants of Concern	  7-70

7-15   National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage
       Sludge Survey Weighted by Amount of Sewage Sludge Disposed- Standard
       Deviations and Confidence Intervals for the Mean - Individual Pollutants
       for Composite Pollutants of Concern 	  7-74

7-16   National Pollutant Concentration Estimates from the National Sewage Sludge
       Survey Weighted by Amount of Sewage Sludge Disposed- Standard Deviations
       and Confidence Intervals for the Mean  - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and
       Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen  	  7-76

7-17   Estimated Correlation Coefficients Between Pollutant  Concentration and
       Sewage Sludge Dry Weight Disposed - Pollutants of Concern	  7-77

7-18   Estimated Correlation Coefficients Between Pollutant  Concentration and
       Sewage Sludge Dry Weight Disposed - Individual Pollutants for Composite
       Pollutants of Concern	  7-83
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Table                                                                                  Page

7-19   Estimated Correlation Coefficients Between Pollutant Concentration and Sewage
       Sludge Dry Weight Disposed - Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and Total Kjeldahl
       Nitrogen	   7-87

7-20   National Sewage Sludge Mass Based Pollutant Concentration Percentile
       Estimates  - Pollutants of Concern 	   7-88

7-21   National Sewage Sludge Mass Based Pollutant Concentration Percentile Estimates -
       Individual Pollutants for Composite  Pollutants of Concern	   7-92

7-22   National Sewage Sludge Mass Based Pollutant Concentration Percentile Estimates -
       Percent Solids, Phosphorus, and Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen	   7-94

8-1    POTWS in the 40 City Study Eligible for Statistical Comparisons Between Primary
       and Secondary Sewage Sludge	  8-2

8-2    Pollutant Concentrations in Primary  and  Secondary Sewage Sludge Using
       Data from the 40 City Study 	  8-5

8-3    Pollutant Concentrations in Primary  and  Secondary Sewage Sludge Using
       Data from the 40 City Study - Nondetects Set to Minimum Level  	   8-12

8-4    Test of Pollutant Concentrations in Primary and  Secondary Sewage Sludge Using
       Data from the 40 City Study - Wilcoxon Signed  Rank Test on Paired Samples  	   8-18

9-1    Agreement Statistics for Imputed Values Closer to Reported Sewage Sludge
       Generated	  9-7

9-2    Agreement Statistics for Imputed Values Closer to Calculated Sewage Sludge
       Disposed  	  9-7

9-3    POTW Comparisons for Imputation	  9-8

9-4    Imputed Sewage Sludge Mass Assessment	   9-20

10-1   Post-Stratification Population and Sample Sizes for POTWS That Use or
       Dispose of Sewage Sludge After Secondary or Better Wastewater Treatment	   10-2

10-2   National Sewage Sludge Survey: Selected Distributional Parameters	   10-4

A-l    Observed Maximum Values for Pollutants of Concern from the
       National Sewage Sludge Survey	A-2

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                                 FIGURES

figure                                                                   Page

 2-1   Overview of NSSS 1988 Reported Disposal Practice Categories and their
      Reclassification into Regulatory Analytical (RA) Use or Disposal Practices  	2-6

      PERCENT SOLIDS OF NSSS SAMPLES VERSUS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS:

 7-1   ALDRIN-Dry Weight	 7-96
 7-2   ALDRIN-Wet Weight	 7-97

 7-3   ARSENIC-Dry Weight	 7-98
 7-4   ARSENIC-Wet Weight	 7-99

 7-5   BENZENE-Dry Weight	   7-100
 7-6   BENZENE-Wet Weight	 .   7-101

 7-7   BENZO(A)PYRENE-Dry Weight	   7-102
 7-8   BENZO(A)PYRENE-Wet Weight	   7-103

 7-9   BERYLLIUM-Dry Weight	   7-104
 7-10  BERYLLIUM-Wet Weight	   7-105

 7-11  BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE-Dry Weight	   7-106
 7-12  BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE-Wet Weight	   7-107

 7-13  CADMIUM-Dry Weight	   7-108
 7-14  CADMIUM-Wet Weight	   7-109

 7-15  CHLORDANE-Dry Weight	   7-110
 7-16  CHLORDANE-Wet Weight	   7-111

 7-17  CHROMIUM-Dry Weight	   7-112
 7-18  CHROMIUM-Wet Weight	   7-113

 7-19  COPPER-Dry Weight	   7-114
 7-20  COPPER-Wet Weight	   7-115

 7-21  DIELDRIN-Dry Weight	   7-116
 7-22  DIELDRIN-Wet Weight	   7-117

 7-23  HEPTACHLOR-Dry Weight	   7-118
 7-24  HEPTACHLOR-Wet Weight	   7-119

 7-25  HEXACHLOROBENZENE-Dry Weight	   7-120
 7-26  HEXACHLOROBENZENE-Wet Weight	   7-121

 7-27  HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE-Dry Weight	   7-122
 7-28  HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE-Wet Weight	   7-123
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Figure                                                                       Page

 7-29  LEAD-Dry Weight	  7-124
 7-30  LEAD-Wet Weight	  7-125

 7-31  LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)-Dry Weight	  7-126
 7-32  LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)-Wet Weight	  7-127

 7-33  MERCURY-Dry Weight	  7-128
 7-34  MERCURY-Wet Weight	  7-129

 7-35  MOLYBDENUM-Dry Weight	  7-130
 7-36  MOLYBDENUM-Wet Weight	  7-131

 7-37  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE-Dry Weight	  7-132
 7-38  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE-Wet Weight	  7-133

 7-39  NICKEL-Dry Weight	  7-134
 7-40  NICKEL-Wet Weight	  7-135

 7-41  PCB-1016-Dry Weight	  7-136
 7-42  PCB-1016-Wet Weight	  7-137

 7-43  PCB-1221-Dry Weight	  7-138
 7-44  PCB-1221-Wet Weight	  7-139

 7-45  PCB-1232-Dry Weight	  7-140
 7-46  PCB-1232-Wet Weight	  7-141

 7-47  PCB-1242-Dry Weight	  7-142
 7-48  PCB-1242-Wet Weight	  7-143

 7-49  PCB-1248-Dry Weight	  7-144
 7-50  PCB-1248-Wet Weight	  7-145

 7-51  PCB-1254-Dry Weight	  7-146
 7-52  PCB-1254-Wet Weight	  7-147

 7-53  PCB-1260-Dry Weight	  7-148
 7-54  PCB-1260-Wet Weight	  7-149

 7-55  SELENIUM-Dry Weight	  7-150
 7-56  SELENIUM-Wet Weight	  7-151

 7-57  TOXAPHENE-Dry Weight	  7-152
 7-58  TOXAPHENE-Wet Weight	  7-153
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Figure                                                                   Page

 7-59  TRICHLOROETHENE-Dry Weight	  7-154
 7-60  TRICHLOROETHENE-Wet Weight	  7-155

 7-61  ZINC-Dry Weight	  7-156
 7-62  ZINC-Wet Weight	  7-157

 7-63  4,4-DDD-Dry Weight	  7-158
 7-64  4,4-DDD-Wet Weight	  7-159

 7-65  4,4-DDE-Dry Weight	  7-160
 7-66  4,4-DDE-Wet Weight	  7-161

 7-67  4,4-DDT-Dry Weight	  7-162
 7-68  4,4-DDT-Wet Weight	  7-163

 7-69  PHOSPHORUS - Dry Weight	  7-164
 7-70  PHOSPHORUS - Wet Weight	  7-165

 7-71  TOTAL KJELDAHL NITROGEN - Dry Weight	  7-166
 7-72  TOTAL KJELDAHL NITROGEN - Wet Weight	  	  7-167


      CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS:

 7-73  ALDRIN	  7-168

 7-74  ARSENIC	  7-169

 7-75  BENZENE	  7-170

 7-76  BENZO(A)PYRENE	  7-171

 7-77  BERYLLIUM	  7-172

 7-78  BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE	  7-173

 7-79  CADMIUM	  7-174

 7-80  CADMIUM* - Excluding Extreme Outlier Observation from Stratum 3	7-175

 7-81  CHLORDANE. .	  7-176

 7-82  CHROMIUM	7-177

 7-83  COPPER	  7-178
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Figure                                                                   Page




 7-84  DIELDRIN	  7-179




 7-85  HEPTACHLOR	  7-180




 7-86  HEXACHLOROBENZENE	  7-181




 7-87  HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE	  7-182




 7-88  LEAD	  7-183




 7-89  LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)	  7-184




 7-90  MERCURY	  7-185




 7-91  MOLYBDENUM	  7-186



 7-92  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE	  7-187




 7-93  NICKEL	  7-188




 7-94  PCB-1016	  7-189




 7-95  PCB-1221	  7-190




 7-96  PCB-1232	  7-191




 7-97  PCB-1242	  7-192




 7-98  PCB-1248	  7-193




 7-99  PCB-1254	  7-194




 7-100 PCB-1260	  7-195




 7-101 SELENIUM	  7-196




 7-102 TOXAPHENE	  7-197




 7-103 TRICHLOROETHENE	  7-198




 7-104 ZINC	  7-199



 7-105 4,4-DDD	  7-200




 7-106 4,4-DDE	  7-201
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Figure                                                                              Page

 7-107 4,4-DDT	  7-202

 7-108 PHOSPHORUS	  7-203

 7-109 TOTAL KJELDAHL NITROGEN	  7-204

 7-110 PERCENT SOLIDS	  7-205

 8-1    Aldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-23

 8-2    Aldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-23

 8-3    Arsenic Concentrations  in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-24

 8-4    Arsenic Concentrations  in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-24

 8-5    Benzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-25

 8-6    Benzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-25

 8-7    Benzidene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-26

 8-8    Benzidene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-26

 8-9    Benzo(a)pyrene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-27

8-10    Benzo(a)pyrene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)		  8-27

8-11    Beryllium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-28

8-12    Beryllium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-28
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Figure                                                                                Page

8-13   Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-29

8-14   Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-29

8-15   Cadmium Concentrations in Primary and  Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-30

8-16   Cadmium Concentrations in Primary and  Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-30

8-17   Chlordane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-31

8-18   Chlordane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-31

8-19   Chromium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-32

8-20   Chromium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-32

8-21   Copper Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-33

8-22   Copper Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-33

8-23   Cyanide Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-34

8-24   Cyanide Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-34

8-25   ODD Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-35

8-26   DDD Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-35

8-27   DDE Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-36
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Figure                                                                               Page

8-28   DDE Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-36

8-29   DDT Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-37

8-30   DDT Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-37

8-31   Dieldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-38

8-32   Dieldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-38

8-33   Dimethyl Nitrosamine Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-39

8-34   Dimethyl Nitrosamine Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-39

8-35   Heptachlor Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-40

8-36   Heptachlor Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-40

8-37   Hexachlorobenzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-41

8-38   Hexachlorobenzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage
       Sludge (Nondetects  Set to Minimum Level)	  8-41

8-39   Hexachlorobutadiene Concentrations in Primary  and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-42

8-40   Hexachlorobutadiene Concentrations in Primary  and Secondary Sewage
       Sludge (Nondetects  Set to Minimum Level)	  8-42

8-41   Lead Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-43

8-42   Lead Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-43
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Figure                                                                               Page

8-43   Lindane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-44

8-44   Lindane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-44

8-45   Mercury Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-45

8-46   Mercury Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-45

8-47   Nickel Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-46

8-48   Nickel Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-46

8-49   PCB-1016 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-47

8-50   PCB-1016 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-47

8-51   PCB-1221 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-48

8-52   PCB-1221 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-48

8-53   PCB-1232 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-49

8-54   PCB-1232 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-49

8-55   PCB-1242 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-50

8-56   PCB-1242 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	   8-50

8-57   PCB-1248 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	   8-51
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                                FIGURES (continued)
Figure                                                                               Page

8-58   PCB-1248 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-51

8-59   PCB-1254 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-52

8-60   PCB-1254 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-52

8-61   PCB-1260 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-53

8-62   PCB-1260 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-53

8-63   Selenium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-54

8-64   Selenium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-54

8-65   Toxaphene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-55

8-66   Toxaphene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-55

8-67   Trichloroethylene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-56

8-68   Trichloroethylene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary
       Sewage Sludge (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level)	  8-56

8-69   Zinc Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Zero)	  8-57

8-70   Zinc Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
       (Nondetects Set to Minimum Level) .	  8-57

10-1   Ten Simulations for Lognormal Random Variables  	  10-6

10-2   Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Aldrin"	  10-7

10-3   Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Beryllium"  	  10-8
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Figure                                                                             Page



10-4   Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Molybdenum"  	   10-9



10-5   Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "PCB-124S"	   10-10



10-6   Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Zinc"  	   10-11
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      8. COMPARISON OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN SEWAGE SLUDGE
          AFTER PRIMARY AND SECONDARY TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER

This chapter presents nonparametric statistical tests of the hypothesis that pollutant concentrations in
sewage  sludge after primary treatment of wastewater are no higher than pollutant concentrations in
sewage  sludge after secondary treatment of wastewater.  These tests were performed using priority
pollutant data from the "40 City Study."  Section 8.1 discusses data conventions and statistical methods.
Section  8.2 provides results, graphical presentations of the data, and conclusions.

8.1    DATA CONVENTIONS AND STATISTICAL METHODS

Pollutant-concentration data for this statistical analysis were extracted from the "40 City Study" data base.
Sixteen  Publicly Owned Treatment  Works  (POTWs) were identified as  candidates for this statistical
analysis because they do not mix sewage sludge resulting from primary treatment with sewage sludge
resulting from secondary treatment during the wastewater treatment process.  Table 8-1 lists these 16
POTWs and the results of an engineering assessment of the comparability of sewage sludge from primary
and secondary treatment of wastewater at each POTW.  For  most of these 16 POTWs, sewage sludge
samples obtained after primary treatment were identified in the "40 City Study" data base as Point Code
11 [Primary Sludge (raw)], and the secondary treatment samples were identified as Point  Code 25 [Waste
Activated Sludge (untreated)].  The  only exception was POTW Number 33, for which Point Code 31
[Secondary Sludge (untreated)] was used for the secondary treatment  samples.

Pollutant concentrations were recorded as wet weights (/tg/1 or ng/1)  in the "40 City Study" data base.
These wet weights were converted into dry weights by dividing the wet weight by the solids content of
the sewage sludge (mg/1).  The units then were converted  to mg/kg or /*g/kg  to  correspond to the
pollutant concentration measurements in the National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS).

To perform statistical analyses, a single pollutant concentration was calculated by POTW for each sludge
type by averaging multiple samples.  Most of  the 16 POTWs  had 6 samples  per sludge type; the
exceptions are POTW Number 1 (7  primary and 7 secondary samples), POTW Number 30 (6 primary
and 3 secondary samples), POTW Number 32 (6 primary and 5 secondary samples), and  POTW Number
35 (3 primary and 4 secondary samples).  Concentrations for which  analyses were not run (Key Code
=  6) were deleted. Two substitution methods were used for concentrations that were not detected (Key
Code = 7), or recorded as less than the detection limit (Key Code  = 1): v(a) nondetects were set to zero
and (b) nondetects were set to  the minimum level recorded in the  data base.  In the second substitution
method, concentrations recorded  as "not detected" remained set to zero, as recorded in the data base. A
listing of the these data is provided in Part A3 in the appendix.

Hypotheses of there being no difference in pollutant concentration between primary and secondary sewage
sludges were tested using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank test (Hollander and Wolfe, p. 27).  To perform the
Wilcoxon Signed Rank test, the concentration data were paired by POTW.  The value  used in the test
was  the average concentration from secondary sewage sludge minus the average concentration from
primary sewage sludge.


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                                      TABLE 8-1

        POTWS IN THE 40 CITY STUDY ELIGIBLE FOR STATISTICAL COMPARISONS
                    BETWEEN PRIMARY AND  SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
POTW
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Primary
Sludge
Sampled
X
-
X
-
-
X
-
X
X
-
-
X
X
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
-
X
-
-
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
-
~
(#4)

(#5)


(#3)

(#4)
(#3)


(#4)
(#4)



(#3)
(#4)

(#4)
(#4)

(#4)

(#5)


(#4)

(#2)
(#4)
(#4)
(#4)
(#4)
(#3)
(#3)

(#S)


Secondary
Sludge
Sampled
X
X
-
-
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(#6)
(#5)






(#4)
(#3)
(#5)
(#5)
(#5)
(#4)


(#4)
(#3)
(#6)
(#5)
(#5)

(#5)
(#4)
(#6)
(#4)
(#3 & #5)
(#5)
(#4)
(#7)
(#5)
(#5)
(#5)
(#5)
f 4 t L i }
f 4t A j
(#4 & #6)
(#6)
(#3)
(#3)
Comparable
P S
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y (3&5)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y (4&6)
Y
Y
Y
Parenthetical numbers indicate sample Point Codes in the POTW.
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The test tnen was performed on the following hypotheses:

              H0:  Secondary - Primary >_ 0
              H,:  Secondary - Primary < 0.

Since the SAS procedure used to perform this test (PROC UNIVARIATE) uses a two-tailed test, the p-
values were adjusted by P/2 or (1 - P/2), based on the assumption that the distribution of concentration
differences is symmetric about zero.
8.2    RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS

Estimates of pollutant concentration mean, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation across the 16
POTWs are presented after this section in Tables 8-2 and 8-3.  The value of zero was substituted for
concentration values not measured above the minimum level of detection when estimating the descriptive
statistics  reported in Table 8-2. The value of the minimum level of detection was substituted for those
samples not measured above the minimum level for the  estimates presented in Table 8-3.  For each
pollutant in both of these  tables,  three sets of estimates are presented. The first is designated as
"Primary." These primary estimates were pooled across the mean pollutant concentrations from sewage
sludge after primary  treatment from the 16 POTWs. Similarly, the estimates reported as  "Secondary"
were estimated across the distribution of POTW means of pollutant concentrations from sewage sludge
after secondary treatment from the  16 POTWs. Finally, the estimates designated as "Difference" were
determined across the differences obtained by subtracting the mean pollutant concentrations in sewage
sludge after primary treatment of wastewater from those at the POTW after secondary treatment.

Graphical presentations  of  the average pollutant concentrations  in sewage  sludge after primary  and
secondary treatment of wastewater for the 16 POTWs in this analysis are presented in Figures 8-1 through
8-70.  Odd-numbered figures present mean pollutant concentrations for a POTW when zero is substituted
for those samples not detected above the minimum level.  Even-numbered figures record mean pollutant
concentrations when the value of the minimum level is substituted for those samples  not measured above
the minimum level.  These  graphical presentations of the  data values used in the statistical analysis are
located at the end of this chapter.

When the mean of primary  and secondary sewage sludge results are pajred,  the assumption is that the
sewage sludge tested after secondary treatment is from the same "batch" of sewage sludge tested after
primary treatment. This assumption was applied when generating the statistical estimates reported in
Table 8.4.  The only pollutants with sufficient statistical evidence at the or=0.05 level that concentrations
in primary treated sewage sludge are greater than those after secondary treatment are benzene,  cyanide,
and trichloroethylene. An examination  of Figures 8-5 and 8-6 reveals that the mean concentrations of
benzene from POTW Number 38 is extreme with respect to the mean concentrations from other POTWs.
Likewise, Figures 8-23 and 8-24 show  that the mean pollutant concentration of cyanide from POTW
Number 25 exceeds that of the other POTWs. Likewise, the mean concentration of trichloethylene from
POTW Number  39  exceeds the mean  concentrations reported for the other  POTWs  in the study.


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Repeating the Wilcoxon Signed Ranked test after excluding these "extreme" points still leads to the same
statistical results.

For all other tested pollutants, there was insufficient evidence at the a=0.05 level to reject the hypothesis
that pollutant concentrations in sewage sludge after primary treatment are no higher than after secondary
treatment.

It  should  be noted that there were  no instances of detection for the following  pollutants:   aldrin,
benzidene, chlordane, DDD, DDT,  dieldrin, dimethyl nitrosamine, heptachlor, hexachlorobutadiene,
lindane, PCB arochlors, and toxaphene.  For these pollutants, all POTW concentration values were zero
under the first substitution method. Therefore, the test statistic is missing in Table 8-2.  All values were
considered ties for Table 8-4. A detection limit was recorded in the data base only for POTW Number
1 for these pollutants.  Concentrations for all other POTWs were  zero.

Detection  rates were also extremely low for the following pollutants: benzo(A)pyrene (detects  from 3
POTWs),  DDE (detect from 1 POTW), and hexachlorobenzene (detect from 1  POTW).
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                                                                            TABLE 8-2

                                                  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY
00
       Note  : Difference equals Secondary concentration minus Primary concentration.

             . = Nonestimable.
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
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NONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
Pollutant
Aldrin
Arsenic
Benzene
Benzidene
Benzo(A)Pyrene
Beryllium
Units Source
|ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
(ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary

0.00
0.00
0.00
7.40
7.30
-0.11
2,566.02
241.43
-2,324.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
352.74
82.33
-270.41
0.19
0.46
Standard Coefficient
Deviation of Variation 
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                                           POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                               NONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
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Pollutant Units

Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate Mg/kg


Cadmium mg/kg


Chlordane Mg/kg


Chromium mg/kg


Copper mg/kg


Source
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
0.
114,736.
118,579.
3,843
31
95
64
0
0
0
279
674
394
487
764
277
.28
.51
.97
.46
.17
.45
.28
.00
.00
.00
.45
.17
.72
.68
.72
.04
Standard
Deviation
1.
84,088,
125,569
111,926.
60
258
203
0
0
0
293
1,009
918
421
1,126
833
.00
,76
.08
.10
.40
.12
.96
.00
.00
.00
.45
.29
.13
.48
.75
.64
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
3,
0,
1,
29
1
2
3



1
1
2
0
1
3
,61
,73
.06
.12
.94
,70
,17



.05
.50
.33
.86
.47
.01
Note :  Difference equals  Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  =* Nonestimabie.

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                                           POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                         USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                               NONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
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Pollutant
Cyanide
ODD
DDE
DDT
Dieldrin
Dimethyl Nitrosamine
Units Source
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
1,097.48
643.35
-454.13
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6.47
6.47
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Standard Coefficient
Deviation of Variation (CV)
1,205.21 1.10
677.33 1.05
612.70 -1.35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
25.88 4.00
25.88 4.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Note :  Difference equals  Secondary concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                     TABLE 8-2

                                           POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                               NONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
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Pollutant
Heptachlor


Hexachlorobenzene


Hexachlorobutadiene


Lead


Lindane


Mercury

Units Source
|ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
tปg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
tig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg./kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Mean
0.
0.
0.
o.
38.
38.
0,
0.
0
350.
303
-47
0
0,
0.
2
2
.00
.00
.00
.00
.76
.76
.00
.00
.00
.62
.20
.42
.00
.00
.00
.79
.46
Standard
Deviation
0.
0.
0.
0.
155.
155.
0.
0.
0.
295.
186.
276.
0.
0.
0,
4.
2.
00
.00
.00
,00
,06
,06
,00
,00
.00
.01
.15
.25
.00
.00
.00
,73
52
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)




4.00
4.00



0 84
0.61
-5.83



1.69
1.02
Note :  Difference equals  Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                             TABLE 8-2

                                                  POLLUTAHT COHCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                 USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                                      ROHDETECTS SET TO ZERO
                         Preliminary Draft
                             July 31,  1992
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       Pollutant
                                        Units
                                                        Source
                                                                                         Mean
 Standard
Deviation
   Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
                                                       Difference
                                                                                          -0.33
                                                                                                                     3.79
                                                                                                                                            -11.64
OO
Molybdenum


Nickel


PCB-1016


PCB-1221


PCB-1232


mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
lปg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference



117.35
139.78
22.43
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00



130.34 1.11
160.59 1.15
129.00 5.75
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
       Note :  Difference equals  Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

              .  = Nonestiraable.

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                                                                      TABLE  8-2

                                           POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                               NONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant Units Source
PCB-1242 Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
PCB-1248 Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
PCB-1254 Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
OO Difference
i
O
PCB-1260 Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Selenium mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Toxaphene Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.

0.
Q,
0.
1.
1
0,
0,
0.
0,
00
00
00
.00
.00
.00
,00
.00
.00

.00
00
.00
.09
.74
.66
.00
.00
,00
Standard Coefficient
Deviation of Variation (CV)
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.

0.
n
0.
1.
1.
1.
0,
0.
0.
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
,00

.00
00
00
.11 1.03
.82 1.05
.80 2.74
,00
.00
.00
Note :  Difference equals Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                   POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IH PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                 USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                                       HONDETECTS SET TO ZERO
                                                                                   Preliminary Draft
                                                                                       July 31,  1992
                                                                                   File: CHAP8.TSD
       Pollutant
                                         Units
                                                         Source
                                                                                          Mean
                                                          Standard
                                                          Deviation
                         Coefficient
                      of Variation (CV)
       Trichloroethylene
                                                        Primary
                                                        Secondary
                                                        Difference
                                7,7*4.37
                                  597.97
                               -7,146.40
16.368.81
 1,543.45
14,916.57
 2.11
 2.58
-2.09
       Zinc
                                         rag/kg
Primary
Secondary
Difference
                                                                                        1,175.62
                                                                                        1,705.44
                                                                                          529.81
   879.28
 2,180.71
 1,574.08
 0.75
 1.28
 2.97
oo
       Note :  Difference equals Secondary concentration minus  Primary  concentration.

              .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                            TABLE 8-3

                                                  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND  SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                 USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                                  NONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
to
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant
Aldrin


Arsenic


Benzene


Benzidene


Benzo(A)Pyrene


Beryllium


Units Source
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
1.
10.
9,
8.
7.
-o.
2,568.
303.
-2,264,
27
248.
220,
363,
181.
-182.
4,
3.
-1.
.11
.46
.36
.79
.99
.80
.29
,77
,52
64
,39
.74
.80
.69
,11
.52
.42
,10
Standard
Deviation
4.
41.
37.
8.
5.
6.
8,489.
565,
8,514,
110,
993,
882.
1,031.
495,
863,
6,
4.
7,
42
85
,43
,70
,39
.86
,97
,12
,52
,58
,56
,98
.79
,89
.81
.94
.19
.40
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
4.
4.
4.
0.
0.
-8.
3.
1.
_ -5
4.
4.
4.
2.
2.
-4,
1.
1.
-6
00
00
00
99
67
56
31
86
76
00
00
00
.84
.73
.74
.54
.23
.73
       Note  :  Difference  equals Secondary concentration minus Primary concentration.

              .  =  Nonestimable.

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                                                                     TABLE 8-3

                                            POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IK PRIMARY AND SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                           NONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAP8.TSD
Pollutant Units
Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate lปg/kg
Cadmium mg/kg
Chlordane Mg/kg
Chromium mg/kg
Copper mg/kg
Cyanide mg/kg
Source
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference
Primary
Secondary
Difference

114,736.51
118,655.65
3,919.1*
31.73
95.77
64. 04
1.11
10.46
9.36
306.06
674.89
368.82
487.68
764.81
277.13
1,097.48
643.58
-453.90
Standard
Deviation
84,088.76
125,494.16
111,891.21
60.13
258.00
204.03
4.42
41.85
37.43
287.34
1,008.79
922.63
421.48
1,126.69
833.59
1,205.21
677.09
612.88
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
0.73
1.06
28.55
1 .,90
2.69
3.19
4.00
4.00
4.00
0.94
1.49
2.50
0.86
1.47
3.01
1.10
1.05
-1.35
Note :  Difference equals  Secondary concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                      TABLE 8-3

                                            POLLUTAHT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40  CITY STUDY

                                                           NONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant
ODD


DDE


DDT


Dieldrin


Dimethyl Nitrosamine


Heptachlor


Units Source
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
tig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
ug/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
|ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
1.
10.
9.
1.
16.
15.
1.
10.
9.
1
10.
9.
27.
248,
220.
1.
10.
9.
11
46
36
.11
.93
.83
.11
.46
.36
.11
.46
.36
.64
.39
.74
.11
.46
.36
Standard
Deviation
4.
41,
37.
4
47.
44.
4
41
37
4
41.
37.
110.
993.
882.
4.
41.
37.
.42
,85
.43
.42
.72
,06
.42
.85
.43
.42
.85
.43
.58
.56
,98
,42
.85
.43
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
4.
4.
4.
4.
2.
2.
4.
4.
4.
i.
4.
4.
4.
4.
4.
4
4
4
00
00
00
00
82
78
.00
.00
.00
00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
Note :  Difference equals Secondary concentration  minus  Primary concentration.

       .  - Nonestimable.

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                                                                      TABLE 8-3

                                            POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY  STUDY

                                                           HONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Lead
Lindane
Mercury
Molybdenum
Units Source
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
|ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
11.06
138.12
127.06
11.06
99.36
88.30
350.62
304.72
-45.89
1.11
10.46
9.36
3.48
2.74
-0.74

Standard
Deviation
44.23
416.86
376.14
44.23
397.42
353.19
295.01
185.58
276.52
4.42
41.85
37.43
5.02
2.71
3.98

Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
4.00
3.02
2.96
4.00
4.00
4.00
0.84
0.61
-6.03
4.00
4.00
4.00
1.44
0.99
-5.38

Note :  Difference equals Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

       .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                             TABLE 8-3

                                                   POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN  PRIMARY AND SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                 USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                                  NONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
CTs
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant
Nickel


PCB-1016


PCB-1221


PCB-1232


PCB-1242


PCB-1248


Units Source
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
132
142
10,
1
10
9
1
10
9
1
10
9
1
10
9
1
10
9
.61
.84
.23
.11
.46
.36
.11
.46
.36
.11
.46
.36
.11
.46
.36
.11
.46
.36
Standard
Deviation
128.
159,
140,
4
41
37
4
41
37
4
41
37
4
41
37
4
41
37
.13
.13
.00
.42
.85
.43
.42
.85
.43
.42
.85
.43
.42
.85
.43
.42
.85
.43
Coefficient
of Variation (CV)
0.
1.
13.
4.
4,
4
<
4,
4
L
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
,97
.11
.68
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
,00
,00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
       Note :  Difference equals Secondary concentration minus Primary concentration.

              .  = Nonestimable.

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                                                                             TABLE 8-3

                                                   POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECODARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                 USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                                  NONDETECTS SET TO MINIMUM LEVEL
00
       Note :  Difference equals Secondary  concentration minus Primary concentration.

              .  = Nonestlmable.
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAP8.TSD
Pollutant
PCB-1254
PCB-1260
Selenium
Toxaphene
Trichloroethylene
Zinc
Units Source
lซg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
MgAg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
|ig/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
l>g/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
mg/kg Primary
Secondary
Difference
Mean
1.11
10.46
9.36
1.11
10.46
9.36
5.13
4.36
-0.77
1.11
10.46
9.36
7,744.37
664.87
-7,079.50
1,175.62
1,705.44
529.81
Standard
Deviation
4.42
41.85
37.43
4.42
41.85
37.43
15.04
6.40
9.58
4.42
41.85
37.43
16,368.81
1,533.34
14,930.05
879.28
2,180.71
1,574.08
Coefficient
	 of Variation (CV)
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
2.93
1.47
-12.42
4.00
4.00
4.00
2.11
2.31
-2.11
0.75
1.28
2.97

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                                                                      TABLE 8-4

                                        TEST OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEUAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                      WICOXON SIGNED RANK  TEST  ON  PAIRED SAMPLES
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant
Aldrin

Arsenic
Benzene
Benzidene
00
oo
Benzo(A)Pyrene
Beryllium
Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate
Method-
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
Non-Zero
Values"
0
1
16
16
16
16
0
1
3
4
5
16
16
16
Values>0
0
1
11
11
2
3
0
1
1
2
4
12
7
7
Signed Rank
Statistic

0.5
14.0
9.0
-53.0
-40.0

0.5
-2.0
-2.0
6.5
17.0
-13.0
-13.0
p- Value0

0.500
0.752
0.666
0.002
0.019

0.500
0.250
0.313
0.938
0.798
0.264
0.264
•SM-0  =  Nondetects set equal to zero.
^M-ML = Nondetects  set  equal  to  detection  limit.
kyalue = Secondary sludge concentration minus primary sludge concentration.
cTest of H0:  Value >  0 versus  H,:  Value < 0.

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                                                                              TABLE 8-4

                                               TEST OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                  USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                             UICOXON SIGNED RANK TEST ON PAIRED SAMPLES
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAP8.TSD
oo
Pollutant
Cadmium

Chlordane

Chromium

Copper

Cyanide

ODD

DDE

DDT

Dieldrin

Method-
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
Non-Zero
Values*
16
16
0
1
16
16
16
16
16
16
0
1
1
2
0
1
0
1
Values>0
12
13
0
1
11
12
11
11
2
2
0
1
1
2
0
1
0
1
Signed Rank
Statistic
40.0
37.0

0.5
39.0
38.0
29.0
29.0
-53.0
-53.0

0.5
0.5
1.5

0.5

0.5
D- Value0
0.981
0.971

0.500
0.978
0.975
0.928
0.928
0.002
0.002

0.500
0.500
0.750

0.500

0.500
        •SM-0  =  Nondetects  set equal to zero.
        ^M-ML n Nondetects set  equal  to detection limit.
        ฐValue = Secondary sludge concentration minus primary sludge concentration.
        cTest of H0:  Value  > 0 versus  H,:  Value < 0.

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                                                                      TABLE 8-4

                                       TEST OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                      UICOXON SIGNED RANK  TEST ON PAIRED SAMPLES
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAP8.TSD
Pollutant
Dimethyl Nitrosamine
Heptachlor
Hexach I orobenzene

Hexachlorobutadiene
00
ฎ Lead

Lindane

Mercury
Molybdenum

Nickel

Method-
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
Non-Zero
Values"
0
1
0
1
1
2
0
1
16
16
0
1
15
16
.
•
16
16
Values>0
0
1
0
1
1
2
0
1
6
7
0
1
8
7
.
•
10
10
Signed Rank
Statistic
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.5

0.5
-12.0
-9.0
.
0.5
10.0
1.0
.
•
23.0
14.0
p- Value"
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.750

0.500
0.281
0.334

0.500
0.700
0.510
.
•
0.874
0.752
•SM-0  =  Nondetects  set equal to zero.
.SM-ML = Nondetects set  equal  to  detection  limit.
"Value = Secondary sludge concentration minus primary sludge concentration.
cTest of H0:  Value  >  0 versus  H,:  Value < 0.

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                                                                              TABLE 8-4

                                               TEST OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY  SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                                  USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                             UICOXON SIGNED RANK TEST ON PAIRED SAMPLES
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
oo
to
Pollutant
PCB-1016

PCB-1221

PCS -1232

PCB-1242

Method
SM-0
SH-ML
SM-0
SH-ML
SM-0
SH-ML
SM-0
SM-ML
Non-Zero
Values"
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Values>0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Signed Rank
Statistic

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5
D- Value"
•
0.500

0.500

0.500

0.500
        •SM-0 - Nondetects set equal to zero.
        .SM-ML = Nondetects set equal to detection limit.
        'Value =  Secondary sludge concentration minus primary sludge concentration.
        cTest  of  H,: Value > 0 versus H,: Value < 0.

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                                                                      TABLE 8-4

                                       TEST OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE SLUDGE
                                                          USING DATA FROM THE 40 CITY STUDY

                                                      WICOXON  SIGNED RANK  TEST ON PAIRED SAMPLES
Preliminary Draft
    July 31,  1992
File: CHAPS. TSD
Pollutant Method-
PCB-1248 SM-0
SM-ML
PCB-1254 SM-0
SM-ML
PCB-1260 SM-0
SM-ML
Selenium SM-0
oo SM-ML
to
I-O
Toxaphene SM-0
SM-ML
Trichloroethylene SM-0
SM-ML
Zinc SM-0
SM-ML
Non-Zero
Values*
0
1
0
1
0
1
15
16


0
1
14
14
16
16
Values>0
0
1
0
1
0
1
12
13


0
1
1
1
12
12
Signed Rank
Statistic

0.5

0.5

0.5
27.0
36.0



0.5
-50.5
-50.5
26.0
26.0
D-Value"

0.500

0.500

0.500
0.932
0.967



0.500
0.001
0.001
0.904
0.904
•SM-0  =  Nondetects set equal to zero.
 SM-ML = Nondetects  set  equal  to detection  limit.
^/alue = Secondary sludge concentration minus primary sludge concentration.
cTest of H0:  Value > 0 versus  H,:  Value < 0.

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              O  Primary
Secondary   • Primary ป Secondary
zuu
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9
a
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8
a
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0
•
•
-

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                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
              O Primary
Secondary   •  Primary = Secondary
zuu
S 150
60
3
a
B 100
t-i
+4
a
o
ง 50
0


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-
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Figure 8-2. Aldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                               -. ^8-23

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30
25
00
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c
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Z
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O Primary •*• Secondary 4D Primary - Secondary
> i i i i i I ii
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                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
O  Primary
                              Secondary   ft  Primary - Secondary
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Figure 8-4. Arsenic Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                   ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                8-24

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               O  Primary     -k Secondary    •  Primary ซ Secondary
 tA
35000

30000

25000

20000
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 a  10000

     5000

        0
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                                  POTW
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                         ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
              O Primary     -k  Secondary   • Primary - Secondary
00
35000

30000

25000

20000
ฃ  15000
a
a
e  10000
5
     5000

        0
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                                  POTW
Figure 8-6. Benzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                   ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                8-25

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-k  Secondary    9  Primary = Secondary
     4000 r
  .ฃ? 3000
  \
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  C

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                          ( Nondetecta Set to Zero )
               O Primary
   Secondary    4D  Primary - Secondary
     4000
  ฃ  3000


  00
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                                    POTW
Figure 8-8. Benzidene Concentrations in Primary arid Secondary Sewage Sludge

                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-26

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3
B
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s
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                            ( Nondetecti Set to Zero )
                  O  Primary     •*- Secondary    •  Primary • Secondary
        4000
        3000
    I  2000
     o  1000
                o
                 i
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                                      POTW
Figure 8-10. Benzo(A)Pyrene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                      ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                    8-27

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25
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Figure 8-13. Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phtha1ate Concentrations in Primary
                 and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                   ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                                       Primary - Secondary
420000
350000
3
* 280000
9

a
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                             POTW
Figure 8-14; Bis(2-Ethy1hexyl)Phtha1ate Concentrations in Primary
                 and Secondary Sewage Sludge
              ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                             8-29

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     1200
      900
  60
  •2   600
  o

  o   300
  U
 O  Primary     -k Secondary   • Primary - Secondary


:	1	1	!	1	1	r—i	1	r—i	1	:	1   i
              1   t  11   13  IT  I*  10  11   15  30  31  33  34  35  36  31



                                   POTW
Figure 8-15. Cadmium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                         ( Nondetects Set to  Zero )
     1200
  S  900
  x
  00

  E
  •2   600
  0
  o

  o   300
  U
 O  Primary     -k Secondary   • Primary - Secondary


                     —1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1
                             _a
                                                               *
              I   ซ  II   13  IT  It  10  II  15  30  31  33  34  35  34  31



                                    POTW
Figure 8-16. Cadmium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-30

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                O Primary     -k  Secondary    •  Primary = Secondary
       200
        ISO
    9
    I  100
    u
    I   50
               i   ป  11  U  17  lป  20  21   25  JO  12  1)  14  IS  M  II

                                    POTW
Figure 8-17. Chlordane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                O  Primary     •*• Secondary   • Primary • Secondary
       200
       150
    a
   ~  100
   *rf
    8
    ง   50
                  I    I   I   I   I   I    I   I   I   I    I   1   I   I    T
                  44*
               I   *   12  II  IT   tป  20  21  25  30  12  11  34 15  li  II

                                    POTW
Figure 8-18. Chlordane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                     ( Nondetects Set to Minimum  Level )
                                  8-31

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3500


3000
'eo
x 2500
BO
E
^ 2000
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2 1500
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5000
•a 4000
M
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E
~ 3000
B
s
| 2000
4>
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B
O
U 1000


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Figure 8-21. Copper Concentration! in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
             O Primary
                              Secondary   •  Primary - Secondary
    5000



~  4000
M
60

&  3000
B
.5
+*

|  2000

u
o
u  1000
             I   I    1   I   T   I   I   I    I   I   I   1   I   I    I   I
                I   I    I
                                                   *
                                                   ฅ  1
             I   ป   II  13  IT  It  JO  II  U  10  12  11  14  11  M  II


                                  POTW
Figure 8-22. Copper Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                8-33

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             O  Primary     -k Secondary   •  Primปry ซ Secondary
    5000
 •a 400ฐ
 M
 ~ 3000
 c
 ~  2000

 o
 u
 c


 U  1000
                              I   I   I
            1   9   12  1}  17 1>  20  21  25  30  )2  33  34  35  36  31




                               POTW
Figure 8-23. Cyanide Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                      (  Nondetects Set to Zero )
             O  Primary    -k Secondary   4) Primary = Secondary
    5000
 -a 400ฐ
 ~  3000

 o
 |  2000

 o
 o


 o

 U  1000
                     Io  o


*     .     .        I1*!!
                                               1   1   1
                                                        ,
                                                        T
            I   ป   12  13  17  If  M  21  25  ป  32  33  34  35  36  31




                               POTW
Figure 8-24. Cyanide Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                 ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                              8-34

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              O  Primary     -k  Secondary    •  Primary <• Secondary
  60
  00
     200
     ISO
 I  100
  a
  u



 5   50
                                           i   i   i
                                4444444444
             1   *  12  I)  IT  lป  10  21  25  30  )2  3J  M  IS  3i  31
                                  POTW
.Figure 8-25. DDD Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                        ( Nondetecti Set to Zero )
              O  Primary     -k  Secondary    •  Primary - Secondary
     200
 J?  150
 \
 ao
  a

 •2  100

  S
 ^^
  a
  O



  ง   50
                                                          -4—4-
                f   12  13  17   II  20  21  25  30  32  33  34  33  3ซ  M
                                  POTW
Figure 8-26. DDD Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                8-35

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              O  Primary
                         Secondary
Primary ซ Secondary
     200
 3  iso
 \
 I  100
  td
  l-l
 ซ••
  a
  o



 I   50
                   11  13   17  U  10  11  15  3(1  32  33  34  35  36  31



                                  POTW
Figure 8-27. DDE Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                        ( Nondetecti Set  to Zero )
              O  Primary
                      •k  Secondary
Primary = Secondary
     150
 60
 1  100
 ca
 a
 u
 u
 a
 o
 U
50  -
                   II  13  II   lป  10  II  13   10  11  33   34  35  36  31
                                  POTW
Figure 8-28. DDE Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                 8-36

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             O  Primary     *  Secondary    •  Primary = Secondary


    200  i	1	1	1	1	1	1—i	1	1	1	1—i	1    r
 S 150
 \
 eo
Concen



LA
O
            1   *  11  13  17  1ป  10  11  15  30  31  33  34  35  36  31



                                  POTW
Figure 8-29. DDT Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
             O Primary     * Secondary   •  Primary - Secondary


    200 i—;	1	1	1—i	1—i—i—i—i—i—:	1—i	1—r
 3  150

 eo


 a

 %  100
 at

 a

 8

 ง   50
            J—44******
            I   ป   II  13  17  lป  10  II  15  30  31  33  34  31  36  31



                                  POTW
Figure 8-30. DDT Concentrations in Primary, and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level ) _
                                          8-37

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               O  Primary
                         Secondary
Primary - Secondary
      200
   "  150
   x
   00
   3
  I  100
   a
   e
   o
   u
   a
   o
  U
50
                 9  12  13  17  l>  20  21  25  30  32  33  34  35   36  31



                                    POTW
Figure 8-31.  Dieldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                         ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
               O  Primary     -k  Secondary    •  Primary - Secondary


      200  i	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	r—i	1	1    r
  J?  150

   00
  1  100
   a
   o


   ง   50
                 4664*44*4 -4—t-
              I   1  II  13  IT  lป  20  21  25  30  32  33  34  35  3<  31



                                    POTW
Figure 8-32. Dieldrin Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                    ( Nondetects Set to  Minimum Level )
                                   8-38

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              O  Primary     -k Secondary    •  Primary • Secondary
    5000
-a  400ฐ
.M
 BO
3  3000
 o
 ~  2000
 u
 o
 ง
 u  1000
             1   ป   11  1J  17  lป  10  Jl  15  10  11  11  14  IS  16  M

                                  POTW
       Figure 8-33. Dimethyl Nitrosamine Concentrations in Primary
                      and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
O  Primary     -h  Secondary
                                            Primary - Secondary
    5000
    400ฐ
~  3000
 o
~  2000
u
u
    1000

               *  II  II  17  If  20  II   U  10  U  11  14  IS  It  II
                                 POTW
       Figure 8-34. Dimethyl Nitrosamine Concentrations in Primary
                     . and .Secondary Sewage Sludge
                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level  )
                                8-39

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JJ 150
00
3
1 100
cd
*•ป
0
o
| 50


O Primary -k Secondary ft Primary - Secondary
i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i
-


1 ป 12 13 17 It 10 21 IS 30 32 33 34 35 36 31
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Figure 8-3S. Heptachlor Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                          ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                O  Primary
-k  Secondary    fli  Primary - Secondary
       200
       150
    00
    9
    I  100
    a
    a
    o

    J   50
              -J—4  *  i  i   4  *  *
               1   *   12  13  17   lป  20  21  15  30  32  33  34  35   3i  31
                                    POTW
Figure 8-36. Heptachlor Concentrations in  Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                     ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                   8-40

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                    O Primary     •*•  Secondary    •  Primary = Secondary
           1600
       ฃ  1200
       00
       ^3
       B
       •B  800
       I   400
                  -*-
                   I  ป  11  11  IT  1ป  10  21  35  JO  31  33  14  15  36  )l

                                        POTW
Figure 8-37. Hexachlorobenzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                               ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                    O  Primary     -k  Secondary    • Primary • Secondary
          1600
      ฃ  1200
       e
       •B   800
       2
       *••
       a
       O
       O
       ง   400
                                      T   I   I
                                         .4   4
                                                      A.   A  A
                      t  II  I]   IT  U  10  11  15  JO  11  13  14  IS  !<  31

                                        POTW
Figure 8-38. Hexachlorobenzene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary, Sewage Sludge
                         ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level  )
                                       8-41

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                     O Primary     -*•  Secondary    O  Primary = Secondary
           1600
        %  1200
        \
        06
        3
        B   800
        as
        u
        J   400
                       4  ซ
                    I   t  12  I]  17  lป  10  21   IS  30  32  33   34  35  36  31

                                         POTW
Figure 8-39. Hexachlorobutadiene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                               ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                     O  Primary
-k  Secondary    •>  Primary = Secondary
           1600
       Si  1200
        eo
       ^3
        C
       B   800
        a
        o
        u
        o
       J   400
                                    1    1   1   1   i   1    1   t   1    1   1
                    1   t   12  13  17   U  20  11  13   30  32  33  34  35  36  31
                                         POTW
Figure 8-40. Hexachlorobutadiene Concentrations  in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                        8-42

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1200
_ 1000
| 800
I 600
0>
| 400
B
O
200
0
O Primary -k Secondary • Primary - Secondary
' <
<
-
-
[ 1

$
1 i J $
i i i i i i i i i i i

>
> "
-
-
* ;
I :
i i
1 ป 12 11 IT li 20 21 2S 10 12 1) 14 IS 16 11




POTW
 Figure 8-41. Lead Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                       ( Nondetectg Set to Zero )
             O
-dPrfmtry       •   Secondary
M
    1200
    1000
    800
I  600
2

|  400
    200
            i   i    i   i   i   i   i   i    i   i   i   i   i   i   i
            I   ป  II  II  IT  I*  20  21  25 • 10  12  11  M IS  li  II

                                 POTW
Figure 8-42. Lead Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                               8-43

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               O  Primary
               •k  Secondary    O  Primary = Secondary
IfiA
2UU
S 150
X
06
3
I 100
rt
ซ-ป
a
o
ง 50



I i 1 1 i 1 ! t 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1
-

1 t 12 1) 17 It 10 21 13 ,)0 31 }] 14 35 36 11
POTW






Figure 8-43. Lindane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                         ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
      200
  S  150


   00

   3
   a

  •B  100
   A
   hi

   a
   o



   ง   50
 O  Primary     -*-  Secondary


i	1	1	1	1	1	r
 Primary - Secondary



—I	1	1	1	1—
                 4  *  .t   4   *
              I   ป   12  13  11   It  20  21  IS  30  32  33   34  33  3*  31




                                   POTW
Figure 8-44.  Lindane Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-44

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               O Primary     •*•  Secondary   •  Primer; - Secondary
        25
    -a 20
    M
    60


    i 15
    i
    w
    u


    O
                  I   i   i..... i    t   I   I   i   . _>L  . i   
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              O Primary     -k  Secondary    •  Primary ซ Secondary
     600
     500  -
     400
  •2  300
  03
  8  200
  a
  o

     100  -
             1   ป   12  13  17  1ป  20  21  25  10  II  33  34  35  36  31


                                  POTW
Figure 8-47. Nickel Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                        ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
O Primary •*• Secondary • Primary - Secondary
600
_ 500
'5
- 400

a
ฃ 300
0)
a
8 200
a
o
u
100
0
<

-


-

i


f




-


: 9

i i

i i i i ; ii iii ii.
.



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1





* 1 I ?
1 1 T | T ^ *
\ 1
IT


-

.
-

.
-


O
ซ l~''
1^1 1















1 1 12 13 17 lป 20 21 2J 30 32 33 34 35 36 31

POTW
Figure 8-48. Nickel Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                   ( Nondetects Set to Minimum  Level )
                                  8-46

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                O  Primary     •*•  Secondary   • Primary ซ• Secondary
       150
    00
    a
    3  100
    2
    a
    o

    |   50
                                   t   i   i   i
               •  ^••••••**ซ4****
               I   ป  12  13  IT  lป  20  21  21   30  32  33  34  35  36  II

                                    POTW
Figure 8-49. PCB-1016 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects  Set to Zero )
                O  Primary    -k Secondary   • Primary - Secondary
       200
   M  150
    oo

    a
   •B  100
    a
    a
    a
              n   i   i    i   i   i   i    i   i   i   i   i    r
        50
         0-'—'   4  *  *  *   *  4  4  *  4   *  *  4  *   4  *
               I   ป   12  II  17   I*  20  21  21  M   12  11  M  IS   Jป  II

                                    POTW
Figure 8-50. PCB-1016 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                   8-47

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                O Primary
Secondary    O  Primary <* Secondary
^uu
3 150
X
BO
3
1 100
a
Concenti
in
> 0
u
1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 i i !
-
-


                     12   13  17  U  30  31   35  30  33  33  34  35  36  31
                                    POTW
Figure 8-51. PCB-1221 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                O  Primary     -h  Secondary    • Primary • Secondary
       200
       150
    BO
    3
    a
   •S  100
    a)
    t-i
   *••
    a
    o

   I   50
                                   I   1   I   I
                                                         i    i   r
              o
               i
                  f   12  13  IT   lป  20  21  25   JO  32  J3  J4  35  34  31

                                    POTW
Figure 8-52. PCB-1221  Concentrations  in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                     ( Nondetects Set to Minimum  Level  )
                                   8-48

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                O  Primary     •*- Secondary   • Primary - Secondary
       200
       150
    eft
    9
    I  100
    2
        50
                                  i    1   i   i   t   r   i   i   I
               1   >   11  II  17   lป  10  It  15  10  JJ  31  }4  )5   M  }l

                                    POTW
Figure 8-S3. PCB-1232 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects  Set to Zero )
                O Primary     -k Secondary   •  Primary - Secondary
       200
   3  150
   I  10ฐ
   +4
   O

   ง   50
              I   *   12  II  IT  If  10  II  15  10  31  13  34  35  3(  31

                                    POTW
Figure'8-54. PCB-1232 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-49

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       200
    S  150

    X
    GO
    I  100

    a
    I*
    ซ-ป
    a
    O




    S   50
                O  Primary
                         Secondary
Primary = Secondary
              •4  4
                                                 444
               1   ป   12  13  IT   U  20  31  IS  10  31  33  34  35   36  31
                                    POTW
Figure 8-5S. PCB-1242 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                          ( Nondetects  Set to Zero )
                O Primary
                     -k Secondary   O  Primary • Secondary
       200
    *  150
   I  100
    ea
    a
    o
    O
    a
    o
   U
50  -
                               \\   \    I
                                               1   I    I   i
                 444
                     II  13  17  lป  20  21  15  10  31  31  34  35  3ซ   31
                                    POTW
Figure 8-56. PCB-1242 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge


                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-50

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                O  Primary     -k Secondary   • Primary - Secondary
       200
    3  150

    ec
    3


    I  100
    u
        50
         o  '   4  4
                  i   11  11  17   lป  10  21  13  10  11  11  34  IS   16  11


                                    POTW
Figure 8-57. PCB-1248 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                          ( Nondetecti Set to Zero )
       200
   JJ  150

    ซo
   _9

    O

   ~  100
    a
    g
    ง   50
                O  Primary     •*• Secondary   •  Primary - Secondary
                                                  i   i    i   i   i
                  4444444
-4—4-
                  *   11  IS  17  I*  10  21  JS  30  U  31  34  IS  Jซ  31
                                    POTW
Figure 8-58. PCB-1248 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge

                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-51

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n AA
2UU
!? 150
00
1 100
C8
a
u
I 50


O Primary -k Secondary ID Primary ซ Secondary
: i 1 ' 1 1 1 ! 1 1 I 1 1

-

1 ป 12 13 IT Iป 20 21 25 SO 32 33 34 35 36 31
POTW







Figure 8-59. PCB-1254 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                         ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
200
j< 150
DO
3
1 100
eป
t4
+*
a
u
ง 50
0
O Primary •*• Secondary (1 Primary - Secondary
T
-
-
(
1 I 1 1 t 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
r
-
-
>
j-j.j.j.j.iij.a. AAA^iA
1 f 12 13 17 It 2C 21 29 1(1 12 1) 14 15 3i 31




POTW
Figure 8-60. PCB-1254 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                   ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                 8-52

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                O  Primary     •*• Secondary   • Primary - Secondary
       200
       150
    06
    9
    1  100
Concen

VA
0
                                      i   t   i    i   i   i   i
               1   i  12  II  IT  It  10  11  U   30  32  33  34  35  36  31

                                    POTW
Figure 8-61. PCB-1260 Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects  Set to Zero )
                O  Primary    -k Secondary   • Primary • Secondary
       200
   5  150
    M
   ^3
    a
   •2  100
    ซ9
    O
    o

   |   50
                         1   1   1   I   1    1   1   1    1   1   1   (
                        ****4**ป)4  4-4   4  4
               1   *   12  II  17  I*  20  21  21  10  12  11  14  IS   16  II

                                    POTW
Figure 8-62. PCB-1260 Concentrations-in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                    ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                   8-53

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O Primary •*• Secondary It Primary = Secondary
75

3 6ฐ
BO
~ 45
e
_o
2
~ 30
c
o
o
B
O
<-> 15
0

: ! 1 : : 1 1 1 1 1 1 :
: :
-

-



-



~

— -
* ^
J 

•a 60 BO - 45 c _0 OB S 30 e o o c o <-> 15 0 [iii '_ < - - 1 1 I I I I I I i I i > J - - I; t - 'T-'i'?*'*''***1" u •> 1 ป 12 13 IT I) 10 21 U 30 31 33 34 35 36 31 POTW Figure 8-64. Selenium Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level ) 8-54


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                O Primary     •*•  Secondary    •  Primary - Secondary
       200
       ISO
    BO
    a
    ~  100
    M
    h*
    •**
    a
    u

    I   50
                         i   i    i   i   i    i   i
               I   >  II  13  17  It  20  21  33  10  JI  11  34  35  36  31

                                     POTW
Figure 8-6S. Toxaphene Concentrations in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                          ( Nondetects Set to Zero )
                O  Primary     •*•  Secondary    •  Primary ป Secondary
       200
   3  150
    a
    •B  100
    I   50
              n   i    i   i   i    i   i   i   i    i   i   i   i    i
               I   t  12  13   IT  If  20  31   15  30  32  33  34  3S  3t  31

                                    POTW
Figure 8-66. Toxaphene Concentration! in Primary and Secondary Sewage Sludge
                     ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
                                  8-55

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O  Primary
        70000




        60000


     "2>

     x  50000
     ec



     ^  40000
     2  30000

     c
     o

     c  20000
     o
     U


        10000
                                  Secondary    ID Prlmซry = Secondary
                       Hi—*-
                                11?
                             _ฃ_
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                       ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
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                  ( Nondetects Set to Minimum Level )
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                     9.  DATA INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTS AND EDITS
This chapter documents all data edits and assumptions made to responses to a select set of questions from
the original National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS) questionnaire data base.   The reported disposal
practices have been reclassified according to the regulatory analytical (RA) use or disposal practices
which are defined in Table 9.1.  These disposal practice ^classifications and the changes to the dry
weight of sewage sludge disposed  in 1988 resulted from information gathered from followup calls to the
Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) and further review of the questionnaire responses.

The revised sewage sludge use or disposal practice data set resides on the EPA mainframe at the National
Computing Center (NCC) under the filename DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAL(DISPOSAL).
This data set contains the major RA use or disposal practice, all RA use or disposal practices, all end uses
employed by each POTW, and the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988 by means of each RA
use or disposal practice and end use. A listing of this data set is presented in Pan A2 of the appendix
to this report.

9.1    DATA ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES

Section 9.1 describes the methods  used to assess the questionnaire data and techniques used to ensure the
accuracy of questionnaire responses. The reported disposal practices were verified against the responses
to Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Question 1-24 concerns the wet weight of sewage sludge disposed by each
disposal practice and Question 1-36 directs the POTW to the appropriate disposal practice sections of the
questionnaire.  If the responses to  these Questions did not agree,  the questionnaire was further reviewed
and/or followup calls were placed  to the POTW. The Land Application and Distribution and Marketing
end uses were determined from Questions II-1 and III-l, respectively. For both questions, the reported
percentages were  verified to equal 100%.  In addition, the Land  Application  end uses  reported in
Question II-l were compared with the end uses  reported in Part B of Section II (Question 11-16).

The dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988  was determined  from the wet weights  and percent
solids reported in  Question 1-24.  The dry weight was calculated by  multiplying the wet weight by the
percent solids. To confirm this value, the calculated dry weight from Question 1-24 was compared with
the dry weight of sewage sludge generated in  1988 reported in Question 1-16.  If these two values agreed
within 10%, it was  assumed that  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24 was the dry weight of
sewage sludge disposed in 1988.  If the difference between the reported dry weight and the calculated
dry weight was greater than 10%,  the questionnaire responses were examined further and/or a followup
call was made  to the POTW.  In the cases where  no additional  information was available in the
questionnaire or from a followup call, the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed was imputed by matching
the POTW with a comparable POTW having similar wastewater and sewage sludge treatment processes.
The imputed dry  weight was calculated  from the reported flow rate of the original  POTW and the
reported flow rate and dry weight of the comparable POTW.  Only the POTWs for which the reported
dry weight and the  calculated dry weight were in agreement were  available as comparable POTWs.
Imputational methods and results are reported in Section 9.2.


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Specific  Questions in the disposal  practice sections  of the questionnaire were also evaluated for
completeness. In the Land Application Section (Section II), the following questions were evaluated: II-l
(percentage to each end use), II-5 (percent available nitrogen and phosphorus), II-16 (end uses reported
in Part B), 11-17 (application rates), 11-18 (effect of available nitrogen and phosphorus on the application
rate), 11-23 (type of arrangement used to maintain control over the ultimate end use), II-28 (type of
management  practices used to prevent runoff to surface waters), and 11-31 (use or disposal of sewage
sludge as a result of reduced application rates).  The end uses reported in Questions II-l and 11-16 were
compared for consistency. The percentages reported in Question II-l were  verified to equal  100%. For
the remaining questions of concern, the data was examined for complete responses. If there were missing
responses, a followup call was placed to the POTW.

Because such a large number of facilities did not complete Question II-5, it  was not cost effective to call
all of them.  Therefore, only facilities which were being called for other information were asked about
Question II-5.  Several facilities indicated that the question was not worded clearly. The concern was
over the  difference between  available nitrogen and phosphorous and total nitrogen and  phosphorous. It
was questioned whether facilities were actually responding with percent available values or total values.
Also, many facilities do not test the  sewage sludge for available nitrogen and phosphorus.  Therefore,
the data from Question II-5 are not considered reliable.

To verify the Land Application rates, the wet  weight of sewage sludge applied to land in 1988 was
calculated from Question 11-17 and compared with the wet weight from Question 1-24.  The  comparison
was conducted  on  the ratio of Question 11-17 to Question 1-24.  Only 53  facilities of  the 181 POTWs
using land application had a ratio between 90% and 110%, and 35 facilities had missing data for Question
11-17  and/or  Question 1-24.   Because of the large  number  of inconsistencies,  the reliability  of the
responses to Question 11-17 is doubtful.

In the Distribution and Marketing Section (Section III),  Questions III-l and III-4 were examined for
completeness.  The percentages reported  in Question III-l for each end  use were  verified to sum to
100%. The available nitrogen and phosphorus percentages reported in Question III-4 were examined for
completeness.  However,  as in Question II-5, the data from Question III-4 are not  considered reliable
because of unavailable data and possible misinterpretations of the question.

In the Incineration Section (Section IV), the following questions were evaluated: IV-lc (total number of
incinerators), IV-16a (incinerator type), IV-22  (does the  incinerator have an afterburner), and IV-26
(disposal of incinerator ash). The total number of incinerators reported in Question IV-lc was compared
to the number of copies of Part B (one for each incinerator) submitted.  If the numbers of incinerators
did not agree, then a followup call was placed to the POTW or further examination of the questionnaire
resolved  the discrepancy.  The remaining questions of concern were examined for complete responses.
For several POTWs,  it was discovered  that some of the reported incinerators were not used in  1988.
Therefore, the corresponding data for these incinerators were removed from the data set.

In the Monofill Section (Section V), the following questions were evaluated:  V-l (number of monofills
used in 1988), V-14 (owner  of the monofill), V-15 (operator of the monofill), V-20  (discharge controls

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at the monofill), and V-21 (depth to groundwater from the bottom of the monofill).  The total number
of monofills reported in Question V-l was compared to the number of copies of Part B (one for each
monofill) submitted.  If the numbers of monofills did not agree, then a followup call was placed to the
POTW or further examination of the questionnaire resolved the discrepancy. The remaining questions
of concern were examined for complete responses.

Section 9.3 presents  the results of the ^classifications and completeness checks on the data for each
POTW in the NSSS. Within the discussion of a particular POTW, if no reference is made to the dry
weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988, then it can be assumed that the dry weight reported in
Question 1-16 and the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24 were in agreement.  Therefore, the
calculated dry weight is used as the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988 by each RA use or
disposal practice.
              REGULATORY ANALYTICAL (RA) USE OR DISPOSAL PRACTICES
   1.    LAND APPLICATION

        Includes POTWs classified as LAND APPLICATION and DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING.

        1.1     Agricultural Land (LA: AGRI)

                Includes POTWs classified as land application end uses ANIMAL FEED CROP LAND
                (NOT PASTURE), HUMAN FOOD CROP LAND, PASTURE LAND, and OTHER, as
                appropriate. Also includes distribution and marketing end uses FARMERS and OTHER,
                as appropriate.

        1.2     Forests (LA: FORESTS)

                Includes POTWs classified as land application end uses SILVICULTURE LAND and
                OTHER, as appropriate.  Also includes the distribution and marketing end use OTHER, as
                appropriate.

        1.3     Public Contact Sites (LA: PUBLIC)

                Includes POTWs classified as land application end uses or distribution and marketing end
                uses GOLF COURSES, LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS, MUNICIPAL PARKS,
                HIGHWAYS, and OTHER, as appropriate.
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      REGULATORY ANALYTICAL (RA) USE OR DISPOSAL PRACTICES (Continued)


1.     LAND APPLICATION (Continued)

      1.4     Reclaimed Land (LA: RECLAIMED)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing land application end uses LAND
             RECLAMATION and OTHER, as appropriate.  Also includes the distribution and
             marketing end use OTHER,  as appropriate.

      1.5     Sale or Giveaway in a Bag or Similar Enclosure (LA: SALE)

             This classification includes POTWs reporting DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING to the
             end use GENERAL PUBLIC. All other POTWs are assumed to use some different RA
             use or disposal practice.

      1.6     Undefined Land Application (LA: UNDEFINED)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing land application that could not be classified as to
             end use. Also includes distribution and marketing end use OTHER, as appropriate.

      1.7     Compost Brokers/Contractors (UNK: COMPOST)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING end use
             COMPOST BROKERS/CONTRACTORS.

2.     INCINERATION

      Includes POTWs classified as practicing INCINERATION.

3.     SURFACE DISPOSAL

      Includes POTWs classified as practicing DEDICATED LAND FOR SEWAGE SLUDGE
      DISPOSAL, MONOFILL, and SURFACE DISPOSAL.  However, POTWs responding that they
      practice SURFACE DISPOSAL will be evaluated in relation to other survey responses on a case-
      by-case basis.

      3.1     Dedicated Land (SD: DEDICATED)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing DEDICATED  LAND FOR SEWAGE SLUDGE
             DISPOSAL.

      3.2     Monofill (SD: MONOFILL)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing MONOFILL.
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      REGULATORY ANALYTICAL (RA) USE OR DISPOSAL PRACTICES {Continued)

3.    SURFACE DISPOSAL (Continued)

      3.3     Other Surface Disposal (SD: OTHER)

             POTWs classified as practicing Surface Disposal that are not classified as practicing
             Dedicated Land or MONOFILL.

4.    DISPOSAL PRACTICE NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503

      Includes POTWs classified as practicing CO-DISPOSAL LANDFILL and CO-INCINERATION.
      The costs and benefits of using these disposal practices are not considered under Final Standards
      for the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503).

5.    UNKNOWN USE OR DISPOSAL PRACTICE

      Includes POTWs classified as practicing OCEAN DISPOSAL, OTHER, WASTEWATER
      STABILIZATION POND, and NO SLUDGE.  These facilities may, after implementation of the
      Final Standards for the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503), use or dispose of
      sewage sludge in some fashion covered by the regulation.

      5.1     Ocean Disposal (UNK: OCEAN)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing OCEAN DISPOSAL.

      5.2     Other (UNK: OTHER)

             Includes POTWs classified as practicing OTHER that did not use or dispose of sewage
             sludge in 1988.

      5.3     Unknown Transfer (UNK: TRANSFER)

             POTWs whose OTHER practice is described as transfer and who cannot otherwise be
             classified.

6.    INELIGIBLE OR OUT OF BUSINESS

      POTWs found to practice less than secondary wastewater treatment and POTWs found to be out of
      business.
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9.2    IMPUTED SEWAGE SLUDGE DRY WEIGHTS

As indicated in Section 9.1, if the dry weight of sewage sludge generated in 1988 as reported in Question
1-16, and the dry weight of sewage  sludge used or disposed in 1988 as calculated from Question 1-24
were not within  10%  of  each other, further  investigations were  conducted.   The results of these
investigations are recorded in Section 9.3.

However, no further  information was available to resolve discrepancies for 67 POTWs.  Therefore, the
dry weight  of sewage sludge used or disposed in 1988 was imputed using influent wastewater flow rate
data reported by the  POTW  and reported dry weight of sewage sludge used or disposed and flow data
from a comparable POTW. A POTW was considered to be comparable to the POTW for which the dry
weight of sewage sludge was  being imputed if the  POTW  was in the NSSS subset of POTWs that
reported generation and disposal of sewage sludge that were  within +. 10% of each other, and the two
POTWs used the same  sewage sludge generating treatment  processes and treated similar volumes of
wastewater.

Although specific POTW wastewater and sewage sludge treatment processes differed, a comparison was
made based upon processes that affect the generation and composition of wastewater and sewage sludge.
The processes for each are listed below:

Wastewater Treatment:        Activated sludge, biological  denitrification and nitrification,  chemical
                             addition,  primary and   secondary  clarification,  rotating  biological
                             contractors, and trickling filters and oxidation ponds.

Sewage Sludge Treatment:     Aerobic and anaerobic digestion, heat treatment, lime stabilization, and
                             polymer addition.

Other wastewater treatment  processes were listed on the questionnaire.  These included  bar and grit
screen  removal,  disinfection, flotation thickening, and  multi-media filtration.  Other sewage sludge
treatment processes that appeared on the questionnaire were centrifuges, chlorine oxidation, composting,
drying beds, filter presses,  flotation thickening, gravity thickening, vacuum filtration,  and wet  air
oxidation.  These processes do not alter the composition or quantity of sewage sludge that contains toxics
and therefore were not evaluated in the comparison.

A listing of the comparable POTWs and  their matched wastewater treatment  characteristics is provided
in Table 9.2 of this section.  Imputed dry weights of sewage sludge were calculated by multiplying the
flow rate of the inconsistent POTW by the ratio of dry weight to flow rate for the comparable consistent
facility. The results of these  imputations are listed in  Table 9-3 along with the reported dry weight from
Question 1-16, and the calculated dry weight from Question 1-24.

Ratios were generated to compare imputed values to the dry weight of generated sewage sludge reported
in Question 1-16 (ratio = Question I-16/imputed value)  and  the disposed dry weight of sewage sludge
calculated from Question 1-24  (ratio =  calculated Question  I-24/imputed value).  The reported value
"closest" to the imputed value  was determined by the ratio, expressed as a percent, that was  closest to
100. The results of these comparisons are also presented in Table 9-3.  Six of the 67 POTWs indicated
that they do not know either the quantity of sewage sludge generated or disposed. Therefore, the imputed
sewage sludge quantities cannot be assessed.   The  imputed  sewage sludge quantities for  37 of the
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while the other 24 imputed values were "closer" to the calculated dry weight of disposed sewage sludge.
Twenty-eight of the imputed values underestimated the reported value (i.e., the closest ratio was greater
than  100), and 33 overestimated the closest value.

Of the imputed values that were "closer" to the reported quantity of sewage sludge generated in 1988
(Question 1-16), 10 (27%) were within ฑ10% of the reported value and 17 (46%) were within ฑ20%
of the reported value.


                                      TABLE  9-1

                      AGREEMENT STATISTICS  FOR IMPUTED VALUES
                    CLOSER TO REPORTED SEWAGE  SLUDGE GENERATED


                                                                      Number
                                  Range of Agreement                of POTWs

                     within ฑ  0 - 20% of reported value              17

                     within +21- 40% of reported value              12

                     within + 41 - 50% of reported value               4

                     greater than 51% difference                       4
Of the imputed values that were "closer" to the calculated quantity of sewage sludge generated in 1988
(Question 1-24), 4 (17%) were within ฑ10% of the calculated value and 10 (42%) were within ฑ20%
of the calculated value.


                                      TABLE  9-2

                      AGREEMENT  STATISTICS  FOR IMPUTED VALUES
                   CLOSER TO CALCULATED SEWAGE SLUDGE DISPOSED


                                                                      Number
                            Range of Agreement                      of  POTWs

                     within +  0 - 20%  of reported value              10

                     within i 21 - 40%  of reported value               7

                     within ฑ 41 - 50%  of reported value               1

                     greater than 51% difference                        6
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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MGD)
                  POTW (consistent ratio)

                  Survey ID#  Flow (MGD)  Q16/Q9B
                                    Justification(s)
16-35-300   150.000
13-05-016   138.000
25-45-418   37.113
25-44-400   61.000
22-45-417
14.540
16-35-280   146.000     69.82       Each   POTW   has   identical   wastewater
                                    treatment processes consisting of activated
                                    sludge, bar  and  grit screen removal,  and
                                    primary   and   secondary   clarification.
                                    Sewage sludge treatment  processes consist
                                    of   anaerobic   digestion   and   gravity
                                    thickening.

16-35-280   146.000     69.82       Each POTW  treats wastewater by activated
                                    sludge,   and    primary    and    secondary
                                    clarification.  Flow rates are  similar and
                                    sewage   sludge   treatment   consist   of
                                    anaerobic digestion.

23-47-447   20.3        359.606     Wastewater   treatment   for   both   POTWs
                                    consists of activated sludge and secondary
                                    clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
                                    Sludge treatment differs because 23-47-447
                                    uses polymer  addition where as the  other
                                    has treatment off-site.

24-40-381   21.900      429.772     Wastewater treatment  at both POTWs consists
                                    of  activated  sludge,   and  primary  and
                                    secondary clarification.   Flow rates are in
                                    the  same flow  scenario.   Sewage  sludge
                                    treatment consists of anaerobic digestion,
                                    lime stabilization,  and polymer addition.

23-28-244   11.200      223.214     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge.   Sewage  sludge  treatment  at POTW
                                    only  consists of  gravity thickening  and
                                    vacuum filtration.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW  (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow  (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Plow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
            Justification(s)
25-42-385   15.900
23-28-244   11.200
25-47-440   16.190
23-47-447   20.300
25-25-232   25.787
25-16-128   11.280
26-35-302   25.000
25-16-128   11.280
26-35-301   98.000
26-35-286   60.000
223.214     Wastewater treatment at both POTWs consists
            of   activated    sludge    and   secondary
            clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
            Sludge  treatment  differs   (25-42-385  has
            lime stabilization  where as 23-28-244 has
            polymer addition)

359.606     Wastewater treatment at both POTWs consists
            of   activated    sludge    and   secondary
            clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
            Sludge  treatment  differs   (25-47-440  has
            heat  treatment  where  as  23-47-447  has
            polymer addition)

253.546     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary    and   secondary
            clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
            Sludge treatment that  occurs  is anaerobic
            digestion.

253.546     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary    and   secondary
            clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
            Sludge treatment that  occurs  is anaerobic
            digestion.

200.133     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary    and   secondary
            clarification.   Flow  rates  are  similar.
            Sewage   sludge   treatment    consists   of
            anaerobic digestion.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
                        Justification(s)
26-35-305   40.000
26-35-286   60.000
26-35-309   93.615
23-36-314   17.000
26-32-267
26-32-273
26-32-260
22-05-020
23-21-181
27.600
65.894
64.500
76.800
44.000
200.133     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,    and   primary    and   secondary
            clarification.    Flow  rates   are  similar.
            Sewage   sludge   treatment    consists   of
            anaerobic digestion.

155.688     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
153.959     sludge,  and primary and secondary
186.047     clarification.   Flow rates are similar.
185.247     Sewage   sludge   treatment    consists   of
            anaerobic digestion and  polymer addition.
            The mean ratio of sewage sludge production
            to flow is 170.235.

304.409     POTW only has activated sludge and chemical
            addition as wastewater treatment processes.
            Sewage sludge treatment consists of polymer
            addition.
21-15-099   20.700
25-16-119   33.540      177.519     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
                                    primary and secondary clarification.  Flow
                                    rates  are  similar.     Sludge  treatment
                                    consists  of   anaerobic  digestion,   and
                                    polymer addition.
23-11-072   20.600
24-45-406   86.720
            409.617     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                        sludge,    biological   nitrification,   and
                        primary   and   secondary   clarification.
                        Sludge  treatment  only  consists  of  lime
                        stabilization.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW  (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow  (MOD)
                  POTW (consistent ratio)

                  Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
                                    Justification(s)
22-39-362   13.260
                  23-20-177   33.600
25-23-201   20.120
24-15-104   14.610
33-35-303
42-21-182
8.400
36-35-293   6.092
1.026
                  23-07-036   15.000
                  21-23-203   13.600
23-19-151   9.590
                  32-06-031   1.435
42-32-262   1.289
289.048     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            primary and secondary clarification.  Flow
            rates  are  similar.     Sludge  treatment
            consists of polymer addition.

293.333     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            primary and secondary clarification.  Flow
            rates  are  similar.     Sludge  treatment
            consists  of  polymer  addition  and  lime
            stabilization.

171.176     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            primary and secondary clarification.  Flow
            rates  are  similar.     Sludge  treatment
            consists of anaerobic digestion.

133.577     Wastewater treatment  consists  of  primary
            and secondary clarification  and trickling
            filters.   Flow rates  are similar.   Sewage
            sludge  treatment   consists   of   polymer
            addition.

43.902      Wastewater  treatment  consists  of  only
            secondary  clarification  and   trickling
            filters.   Sewage sludge treatment consists
            of only anaerobic digestion.

377.812     Wastewater  treatment   is   primary   and
            secondary   clarification   and   rotating
            biological  contactors.     Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of lime stabilization.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)
                  POTW (consistent ratio)

                  Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
                                    Justification(s)
32-21-184   1.660
                  42-32-262   1.289
                  34-20-174   3.200
                  31-24-224   1.886
41-24-223
1.400
33-35-294
3.123
34-22-196   2.900
                  35-20-164
            2.202
35-45-421
1.203
41-36-337   1.077
33-25-228   7.540
                  35-11-078
            2.300
377.812     Wastewater treatment consists of primary
560.938     and secondary clarification,  chemical
265.111     addition, and rotating biological
            contactors.  flow rates are similar.
            Sewage treatment consists of  anaerobic
            digestion.  POTW 32-21-184 also has polymer
            addition.  The mean ratio of  sewage sludge
            production to flow is 401.287.

250.720     Wastewater treatment  consists  of chemical
            addition,     primary    and     secondary
            clarification,   and  trickling   filters.
            Sewage sludge  treatment only  consists  of
            lime stabilization.

250.68      Wastewater treatment  consists  of chemical
            addition   and   secondary   clarification.
            Sewage sludge treatment  consists of polymer
            addition.

69.64       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge   treatment   consists    of   aerobic
            digestion.

396.52      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary   and   secondary
            clarification.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW  (inconsistent ratio)

Survey  ID#  Flow  (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
            Justification(s)
31-02-004   7.000
35-19-147   3.010
32-22-189   5.643
32-10-052   3.443
33-35-283
31-15-108
35-32-265
35-10-053
41-15-101
35-42-389
35-10-050
42-22-195   1.307
32-10-054   1.592
                                          2.649
                                          4.556
33-39-364   5.800
35-10-050   6.800
                                          2.541
                                          2.500
                                          1.070
                                          3.600
                                          6.800
45-10-049   1.700
35-10-053   2.500
286.90      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
109.75      sludge, and primary and secondary
            clarification.    Sewage sludge  treatment
            consists of  aerobic digestion.   The mean
            ratio of sewage  sludge  production to flow
            is 198.325.

40.52       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,    primary    and    secondary
            clarification,   and  trickling   filters.
            Sewage sludge treatment  consists of polymer
            addition.

109.41      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge   treatment   consists    of   lime
            stabilization.

120.43      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
140.40      sludge and secondary clarification.  Flow
108.41      rates are similar.   Sewage sludge treatment
210.00      consists of aerobic digestion.   The mean
109.41      ratio of sewage  sludge  production to flow
            is 137.73.

82.35       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge  treatment   consists   of   aerobic
            digestion,  lime stabilization,  and polymer
            addition.
                                       v
140.40      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and  secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge  treatment   consists   of   aerobic
            digestion.

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                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (M6D)  Q16/Q9B
                        Justification(s)
41-11-065   1.141
41-36-331
0.405
4.94
34-31-258   4.608
35-33-275   2.703
35-10-048   2.750
34-20-176   2.000
32-16-121   2.100
35-28-240
33-35-283
35-26-235
35-39-352
35-11-078
33-23-213
33-23-213
3.100
2.649
2.800
4.933
2.300
4.870
4.870
205.48
286.90
10.71
33.45
396.52
216.63
216.63
Wastewater treatment consists of only
activated   sludge,   rotating   biological
contactors,  and secondary  clarification.
Sewage sludge treatment consists of drying
beds.

Wastewater treatment consists of activated
sludge    and   primary   and    secondary
clarification.   Sewage  sludge  treatment
consists of anaerobic digestion.

Wastewater treatment consists of activated
sludge and primary and secondary
clarification.   Sewage  sludge  treatment
consists  of  aerobic digestion.   The mean
ratio of  sewage  sludge production to flow
is 110.35.

Wastewater treatment consists of activated
sludge.   Sewage  sludge  treatment consists
of aerobic digestion.

Wastewater treatment consists of activated
sludge, chemical addition,  and primary and
secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
treatment consists of polymer addition.

Wastewater treatment consists of activated
sludge, chemical addition,  and primary and
secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
treatment consists of polymer addition.

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                                             TABLE 9-3  (con't)

                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow  (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)             Justification(s)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
35-36-311   1.071
45-36-326   1.600
42-35-278   1.512

35-11-063   5.016
32-39-376   7.950
25-36-334   8.120
35-23-198   1.785
31-06-033   2.215
33-39-368   5.651
31-36-328
35-51-475
31-15-108
1.862
3.200
4.556
32-10-055   3.202
33-50-471   5.411
211.76      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge, chemical addition, and primary and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of anaerobic digestion.

106.998     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of aerobic digestion and
            polymer addition.

379.579     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            primary   and   secondary   clarification.
            Sewage sludge treatment consists of polymer
            addition.

33.835      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
28.125      sludge, biological nitrification, and
109.75      primary   and   secondary   clarification.
            Sewage sludge treatment consists of aerobic
            and anaerobic digestion.   The mean ratio of
            sewage sludge production to flow is 57.24.

232.355     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of aerobic digestion and
            polymer addition.

143.227     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
            primary   and   secondary   clarification.
            Sewage   sludge  treatment   consists   of
            anaerobic digestion and polymer addition.

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                                             POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
      POTW  (inconsistent ratio)

      Survey  ID#   Flow (MOD)
                              POTW (consistent ratio)

                              Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
                                    Justification(s)
       35-35-285    4.812
                              33-50-471
            5.411
42-11-066
                   2.367
31-18-143
2.184
vo
       41-50-465
       45-39-359
            0.185
            0.330
45-16-124
32-06-031
0.550
1.435
35-10-057
                   0.600
       41-25-230    0.167
41-30-254   0.018
                              45-10-058   0.377
143.227     Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,    biological   nitrification,   and
            chemical addition.  Sewage sludge treatment
            consists of aerobic digestion  and  polymer
            addition.

404.76      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,    biological   nitrification   and
            denitrification,   chemical   addition   and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment  consists  of composting,  filter
            presses, and flotation thickening.

232.73      Wastewater treatment  consists of  primary
            and secondary  clarification and  rotating
            biological  contactors.     Sewage   sludge
            treatment consists of aerobic digestion.

43.902      Wastewater treatment consists of biological
            denitrification,   chemical  addition,   and
            primary  and  secondary  clarification  and
            trickling filter.   Sewage sludge treatment
            consists of anaerobic digestion.

166.67      Wastewater treatment consists of biological
            denitrification   and   nitrification   and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of aerobic digestion.

159.15      Wastewater treatment consists  of  activate
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge  treatment   consists  of  anaerobic
            digestion.

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                                             TABLE 9-3  (con't)

                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW  (inconsistent  ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow  (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
            Justification(s)
41-13-085   0.043
45-18-141   0.400
42-22-192   0.807
45-32-274   0.141
42-09-046   0.886
41-39-357   0.550
44-20-175   0.345
41-36-323   0.120
45-36-335   0.087
41-50-470   0.835
41-15-100   0.173
42-22-188   0.850
41-50-473   0.348
41-50-473   0.348
41.67       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge  and  secondary  clarification.   No
            sewage sludge treatment is practiced.

57.47       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge   treatment  consists   of   aerobic
            digestion.

220.36      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge, rotating biological contactors, and
            secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
            treatment consists of polymer addition.

144.51      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary    and   secondary
            clarification.    Sewage  sludge  treatment
            ^consists of gravity thickening.

35.29       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,   and    primary    and   secondary
            clarification.    Sewage  sludge  treatment
            consists of polymer addition.

267.24      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge  and  chemical  addition.    Sewage
            sludge treatment consists of filter presses
            and gravity thickening.

267.24      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge,  chemical  addition,  and  secondary
            clarification.    Sewage  sludge  treatment
            consists of aerobic digestion.

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                                             TABLE 9-3  (con't)


                                       POTW COMPARISONS FOR IMPUTATION
POTW (inconsistent ratio)

Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)
                              POTW (consistent ratio)

                              Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
                                    Justification(s)
44-22-191   0.367
35-42-388
41-23-202
15-45-407
35-45-434
            0.742
            0.330
            134.400
35-45-426   2.186
            4.160
45-07-042   0.146       363.01      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
                                    secondary  clarification.    Sewage  sludge
                                    treatment  consists  of aerobic  digestion,
                                    lime stabilization,  and polymer addition.

44-20-173   0.500       214.00      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge,   biological  nitrification,   and
                                    primary   and   secondary   clarification.
                                    Sewage   sludge  treatment   consists   of
                                    chlorine oxidation and drying beds.

41-36-331   0.405       4.94        Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge, biological nitrification, chemical
                                    addition,   and  primary   and   secondary
                                    clarification.   Sewage  sludge  treatment
                                    consists of aerobic digestion.

13-36-319   125.000     230.13      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge, biological  nitrification,  primary
                                    and secondary clarification,  and trickling
                                    filters.  Sewage sludge treatment consists
                                    of anaerobic digestion.

31-15-108   4.556       109.75      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge    and    primary   and    secondary
                                    clarification.   Sewage  sludge  treatment
                                    consists   of   aerobic    and    anaerobic
                                    digestion.

35-10-050   6.800       109.41      Wastewater treatment consists of activated
                                    sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
                                    sludge treatment consists of  drying beds.

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                                             POTW COMPARISONS FOR  IMPUTATION
       POTW (inconsistent ratio)

       Survey ID#  Flow (MOD)
POTW (consistent ratio)             Justification(s)

Survey IDjf  Flow (MOD)  Q16/Q9B
vo
       35-11-081   1.298
       42-45^412   1.063
       45-42-390   0.247
       45-37-340   0.710
35-41-384   1.170
35-23-199   2.885
41-36-323   0.120
41-36-323
45-45-414
41-50-470
                                                 0.120
                                                 0.548
                                                 0.835
72.65       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and secondary clarification.  Sewage
            sludge   treatment   consists   of   aerobic
            digestion.

33.97       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge and primary  clarification.   Sewage
            sludge   treatment   consists   of   aerobic
            digestion.

41.67       Wastewater treatment consists of activated
            sludge.   sewage  sludge treatment consists
            of drying beds.

 41.67      Each POTW wastewater treatment processes
332.12      consists of activated sludge. The average
220.36      of sludge produced to the flow  (Q16/Q9B) is
            198.05.

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                                                           TABLE 9-4
                                             IMPUTED SEWAGE SLUDGE MASS ASSESSMENT
SURVEY ID
NUMBER
*13-05-016
15-45-407
*16-35-300
•21-15-099
22-39-362
•22-45-417
*23-1 1-072
•23-36-314
24-15-104
•25-23-201
•25-25-232
•25-36-334
25-42-385
•25-44-400
25-45-418
•25-47-440
26-35-301
26-35-302
26-35-305
26-35-309
•31-02-004
>o 32-10-052
'. 32-10-054
0 32-16-121
32-21-184
•32-22-189
35-10-048
•35-10-057
35-11-063
35-19-147
•35-33-275
•35-35-285
35-36-311
•35-42-388
35-45-421
36-35-293
•41-11-065
41-13-085
41-23-202
41-24-223
•41-25-230
41-39-357
41-50-465
42-09-046
42-11-066
42-21-182
IMPUTED
DRY WEIGHT
(U.S. TONS)
9.635
30,930
10,473
3,675
3,833
3,246
8,438
5,175
2,501
5,902
6,538
1,163
3,549
26,216
13,346
5,822
19,613
6,339
8,005
15,937
1,388
474
224
455
666
617
1,090
100
287
122
298
689
227
159
84
268
6
2
2
351
27
147
43
31
958
388
REPORTED DRY
WEIGHT (016)
37,050
33,953
19,127
6,605
3,941
3,799
6,327
4,672
2,010
4,520
7,494
547
3,030
44,274
9,129
3,833
18,133
3,625
9,746
14,847
1,344
642
163
356
649
1,099
11,610
G
232
337
132
575
547
325
33
223
11
1
121
241
51
120
131
220
503
545
MULTIPLE
DISPOSAL
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
CALCULATED DRY
WEIGHT (Q24)
18,191
10,449
11,062
3,796
14,339
9,388
16,476
4,621
770
6,893
2,886
1,826
10,956
1,085,933
73,449
9,875
10,087
1,196
7,975
3,577
269
447
1,087
894
5,243
4,978
1,460
18
101
157
354
239
380
2,080
161
372
3
3
15
30
33
30
52
40
793
1,312
RATIO OF REPORTED/
IMPUTED x 100
385
110
183
180
103
117
75
90
80
77
115
47
85
169
68
66
92
57
122
93
97
135
73
78
97
178
1,065
0
81
276
44
83
241
205
39
83
196
56
7,563
69
192
82
304
703
52
141
RATIO OF CALCULATED/
IMPUTED x 100
189
34
106
103
374
289
195
89
31
117
44
15
309
4,142
550
170
51
19
100
22
19
94
486
196
787
806
134
18
35
129
119
35
168
1,310
192
139
55
139
913
9
125
20
121
128
83
338
CLOSEST
CALCULATED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
REPORTED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
CALCULATED
REPORTED
" A disposal practice was indicated but  responses to the dry weight of sewage sludge generated in 1988 (Question 16)(  and the wet
weight of sludge disposed  (Question 24) were either zero or missing.

* POTW included in the NSSS analytical  survey.

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                                                                       TABLE  9-4

                                                       IMPUTED SEWAGE  SLUDGE MASS ASSESSMENT
             SURVEY
             NUMBER
ID
      IMPUTED
    DRY WEIGHT
   (U.S. TONS)
 REPORTED DRY
WEIGHT (016)
 MULTIPLE
DISPOSAL
CALCULATED DRY
WEIGHT (024)
RATIO OF REPORTED/
IMPUTED x 100
RATIO OF CALCULATED/
 IMPUTED x 100
                                                                                                                  CLOSEST
            42-22-192
            42-22-195
            42-35-278
            44-20-175
            44-22-191
           •45-18-141
          178
          108
          574
           92
          133
           23
     243
     132
     420
     213
     145
   46,420
               1,375
                  6
                 51
                 45
                 163
                 10
                      137
                      123
                      73
                      231
                      109
                  201,826
                         773
                           6
                           9
                          49
                         122
                          44
                    REPORTED
                    REPORTED
                    REPORTED
                    CALCULATED
                    REPORTED.
                    CALCULATED
           *45-32-274
           *45-36-326
           *45-39-359
           *A35-11-081
           *A35-45-426
           *A35-45-434
           '42-45-412
           *A45-37-340
           "45-42-390
           20
          171
           14
           94
          240
          455
           36
          140
           10
      28
     183
      86
       0
       0
       0
       0
       0
       0
                ,016
                 22
                 18
                  0
                  0
                  0
                  0
                  0
                  0
                      137
                      107
                      597
                       4,981
                          13
                         125
                    REPORTED
                    REPORTED
                    CALCULATED
    VO
*• A disposal  practice was indicated but responses  to the dry weight of sewage  sludge generated in 1988  (Question 16) (  and the wet
weight  of sludge disposed  (Question 24)  were either zero or  missing.
   POTW  included  in the NSSS analytical  survey.

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9.3 DATA INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTS AND EDITS BY POTW
POTW ID
NUMBER

11-15-096
11-15-098
12-06-027
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Questions 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
The POTW indicated in the questionnaire that the percent solids (65%) was an
estimate.  Percent solids equal to 69.5%  would make the calculated dry weight
within 10% of the reported dry weight. Therefore, the calculated dry weight was
changed! to 36,882.3 tons.  End use percentages reported in Question II-l were
Animal Feed Crop (1 %), Land Reclamation (3%), and Other (96%). Upon review
of the questionnaire, the end uses reported  under other were divided by the POTW
into Sanitary  Landfill  (89%),  Alcohol Poduction (4%), Cemeteries (3%), and
District  Properties (< 1%).  The end use  of Sanitary Landfill (89%  of the land
applied sewage sludge) was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  The
Animal  Feed  Crop Land and  Alcohol  Production were  classified  as LA:
Agriculture. The Cemeteries and District Properties were classified as LA: Public
Contact  Sites.  The Land Reclamation was classified as LA:  Reclamation Site.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The reported weights in Questions 1-16 and 1-24 did not agree. From a callback,
the POTW indicated that the difference is a result of the disposal of sewage sludge
from previous years by means of co-disposal landfill in 1988.  Therefore,  the
weights  reported in Question 1-24 are the correct weights disposed in 1988.  The
co-disposal landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503. Question
II-l reported,  under Other, the end uses of LF Closure Plan (94%) and District
Property (6%).  The sewage sludge for LF Closure Plan was added to the NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503 category.  District Property was classified as LA:
Public Contact Sites.

Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  Distribution and Marketing was classified  as LAND APPLICATION.  The
Land Application end uses of Animal Feed Crop Land  and  Human Food Crop
Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.  The Land  Application  end use of
Silviculture land was classified as LA: Forest.  The Distribution and Marketing
end use of Compost Brokers was classified  as LA: Compost. The Distribution and
Marketing end use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale. The Distribution
and Marketing  end uses  of Landscape  Contractors and  Municipalities were
classified as LA: Public.
                                            9-22

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                                                                                 Final Report
                                                                            November 11, 1992
                                                                             File: CHAP9.TSD
12-06-027
12-21-180
12-39-369
Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  The weights in Questions I-16 and 1-24 did not agree. The POTW indicated
that the sewage sludge reported  in Question 1-16 contains sewage sludge that is
disposed by other organizations. Therefore, the sewage sludge in Question 1-24
is the correct weight disposed by this POTW in 1988. Distribution and Marketing
was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The LAND APPLICATION end uses of
Animal Feed  Crop Land and Pasture Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.
The  Land  Application  end  use of  Land Reclamation was classified  as LA:
Reclamation Site. The Distribution and Marketing end use of General Public was
classified as LA: Sale. The Distribution and Marketing end uses of Golf Courses,
Landscape  Contractors, Municipalities,  Other (Topsoil Producers),  and Other
(Nurseryman)  were classified as LA: Public Contact  Sites.  The percentage
reported for Other (Topsoil Producers) was corrected, from 8%  to 18%, by  the
POTW during a followup call.

Reported wet  weights for  Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and
Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but  Land Application and Distribution and
Marketing only in Question 1-36. The missing percent solids for Surface Disposal
was calculated from the reported dry weight generated and wet weight disposed,
under the assumption that the amount of sewage sludge generated in 1988 is equal
to the amount disposed in  1988.  Distribution and Marketing was classified as
LAND APPLICATION.  From a callback concerning the Surface Disposal,  the
POTW reported that the sewage sludge  is stored for 8 hours or less during  the
summer and up to 90 days in the winter.  The POTW also reported that the sewage
sludge is disposed 6 days a week and is  ultimately land  applied.  Therefore,  the
Surface Disposal sewage sludge was classified as LAND APPLICATION. Because
the only reported Land Application  end use was Reclaimed Land, the  Surface
Disposal sewage sludge was  classified under the end use LA: Reclamation Site.
The Distribution and Marketing end uses were classified as follows:  Compost
Brokers to LA: Compost; farmers to LA:  Agriculture; General Public to LA: Sale;
golf  courses, from Landscape Contractors, and Municipalities  to LA:  Public
Contact Sites; and from other to LA: Undefined.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
This facility is similar to 12-39-370 and 12-39-371. These three POTWs  are
operated by the City of Philadelphia which disposes of all the sewage sludge from
one sewage sludge processing and distribution center.  Because the other two
POTWs reported the use of Compost Processing under Other in Question 1-24, it
is assumed that sewage sludge from this POTW also goes to Compost Processing.
Therefore,  an additional RA use or disposal practice of UNK: Other,  with zero
tons  dry weight,  has been added  for this  POTW.  Co-Disposal  Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART503. The  Land Application end use of
Animal Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.  The Land Application
end use of Land Reclamation was classified as LA: Reclamation Site.
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12-39-370
12-39-371
12-49-455


12-50-467
Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The questionnaire also contains data in Question 1-24
under Other: Compost Processing. This facility is similar to 12-39-369 and 12-39-
371. These three POTWs are operated by the City of Philadelphia which disposes
of all the  sewage sludge from one sewage sludge processing and distribution
center.  Because this POTW detailed their compost activities in the Distribution
and Marketing Section, it is assumed that the "Compost Processing" sewage sludge
was composted at the time and not disposed in  1988.  Therefore,  the Compost
Processing was classified as UNK: Other  and the dry  weight  of sewage sludge
disposed was set equal to zero tons. The Distribution and Marketing end use of
Compost Brokers was classified as LA: Compost. The Distribution and Marketing
end use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale. The Land Application end
uses were  classified as follows: Animal Feed Crop Land to LA:  Agriculture; from
Land Reclamation to LA: Reclamation Site; and from Municipal Parks to LA:
Public Contact Sites.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED
UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The questionnaire also contains data in Question 1-24
under Other: Compost Processing. This facility is similar to 12-39-369 and 12-39-
370. These three POTWs are operated by the City of Philadelphia which disposes
of all the  sewage sludge from one sewage sludge processing and distribution
center.  Because this POTW detailed their compost activities in the Distribution
and Marketing section, it is assumed that the "Compost Processing" sewage sludge
was composted at the time and not disposed in  1988.  Therefore,  the Compost
Processing was classified as UNK: Other  and the dry  weight  of sewage sludge
disposed was set equal to zero tons. The Distribution and Marketing end use of
Compost Brokers was classified as LA: Compost. The Distribution and Marketing
end use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale. The Land Application end
uses were  classified as follows: from Animal Feed Crop Land to LA: Agriculture;
from Land Reclamation to LA: Reclamation Site; and  from Municipal Parks to
LA: Public Contact Sites. Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified  as NOT COSTED
UNDER PART 503.

This POTW  was  classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF  BUSINESS  because only
primary sewage sludge is generated.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Distribution and
Marketing was classified as  LAND  APPLICATION.    The  Distribution and
Marketing end uses are  classified as:   from Farmers to  LA:  Agriculture; from
General Public  to   LA: Sale;   Golf Courses,  Landscape  Contractors, and
Municipalities to LA: Public Contact  Sites; and from Other (Industrial) to LA:
Undefined.
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13-23-212
13-24-221


13-25-233
13-36-317
13-36-319


13-39-351
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The only reported end use
is Dedicated Land.   Therefore, this POTW  was classified  as SURFACE
DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Dedicated Land. The reported dry weight from
Question 1-16 did  not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed (9,635.2 tons) by matching the wastewater
and sewage sludge treatments with POTW 16-35-280.

Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  Only 14
copies of Part B in Section IV (Incineration) were submitted in the questionnaire,
but there were 15 records in the data base. The seventh and eighth records in the
data base for this POTW are combined, because there was no incinerator number
in the eighth record and no data in the seventh record.  This causes the number of
incinerators to equal the number of copies of Part B in Section III. The copies of
Part B for incinerators 11, 12, 13, and 14 were removed from the data set because
they were not used in 1988. The POTW indicated that these incinerators were shut
down in  1988 to upgrade the pollution control.  The total number of incinerators
(Question IV-16c) was changed to 10 to reflect these changes.

Reported Land Application and Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The only
reported  end use is Farmers which was classified as  LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.

Following a followup call, the POTW submitted copies of Part B in Section IV
(Incineration) for all  for incinerators. Incinerators 1 and 2 were removed from the
data set because they were not used in 1988.

Reported Incineration and Monofill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Monofill was
classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, under the end use SD: Monofill.  The wet and
dry weights of sewage sludge which were reported weights in Questions 1-16 and
1-24 included sewage sludge which was received from other POTWs. Therefore,
the dry weight of sewage sludge which was received from the other  POTWs was
subtracted from the total  dry weight of sewage sludge reported.   The remaining
dry weight of sewage sludge  disposed was proportioned among  the disposal
practices according to the dry weights reported for each reported disposal practice.
Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
Co-
Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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15-15-097
15-36-313
15-45-401
Reported Co-Disposal Landfill and Surface Disposal in Question 1-24 and only Co-
Disposal Landfill  in  Question 1-36.   The POTW  reported in a foilowup call
regarding Surface  Disposal that the sewage sludge is stored on-site for 6 years.
The POTW is working on a program to dispose of it through a beneficial reuse
program.  Since the sewage  sludge was not disposed in 1988 and the ultimate
disposal practice is not known, the POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:
Other) and the dry weight disposed was set to zero.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
generated (Question 1-16) did not agree with the reported  wet weight disposed
(Question 1-24).  From a foilowup call, the POTW indicated that both reported
weights  are correct.   The dry weight  is the correct amount of sewage sludge
produced and the wet weight  is the correct amount of sewage sludge disposed in
1988. 'The discrepancy is due to the large volume stored in ponds and the amount
removed can  differ due  to a variety of circumstances.  Therefore, the weight
reported in Question  1-24 is used as the weight  disposed in 1988.  End use
percentages reported  in  Question II-1 were Animal  Feed Crop (1%), Land
Reclamation (3%), and Other (96%). Upon review of the questionnaire,  the end
uses reported under other were divided by the POTW into Sanitary Landfill (89%),
Alcohol  Production (4%), Cemeteries (3%), and District Properties (< 1%).  The
end use of Sanitary Landfill (89% of the land applied sewage sludge) was classified
as NOT  COSTED  UNDER PART 503.  The Animal Feed Crop Land and Alcohol
Production  were classified as LA:  Agriculture.  The Cemeteries and District
Properties were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites. The Land Reclamation was
classified as LA: Reclamation Site.

Reported Transferred  under  Other in Question 1-24 and did  not respond to
Question 1-36. The dry weight generated (Question 1-16) did not agree with the
wet weight disposed (Question 1-24). Further  review of the questionnaire revealed
the response to Question 1-24 to be 2,723,552 tons and 1.19% solids, which agrees
with the dry weight reported in Question 1-16. Because this POTW transfers the
sewage sludge to POTW  13-36-317, the dry weight was divided among the same
reported disposal practices, and in the same proportion, as reported by POTW 13-
36-317.   Therefore,  the disposal practices were classified as INCINERATION
(31,647  dry tons) and SURFACE DISPOSAL end use SD:  Monofill (2,093 dry
tons).

Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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 15-45-407
15-45-430
15-45-431
16-32-263
16-35-280


16-35-296


16-35-300
21-10-056
Reported wet weight and percent solids for Land Application in Question 1-24, but
only percent solids for Surface Disposal.  Reported only Land Application in
Question  1-36.   A  wet weight was  indicated for Surface  Disposal  in  the
questionnaire, but the reported dry weight (Question 1-16) did not agree with the
dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.  The dry weight (30,929.5 tons) was
imputed by comparison of wastewater and sewage sludge treatments with POTW
13-36-319.  The dry  weight was divided proportionally among  the two reported
disposal practices according to the calculated dry weights recorded in Question 1-24
of the questionnaire.  The only  Land Application end use was  Dedicated Land,
which was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL (SD: Dedicated Land). Surface
Disposal was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL with end use SD: Other, because
the POTW reported, in Question 1-22, that it did not store sewage sludge in 1988.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The only Land Application
end  use reported  was Dedicated  Land, which was classified  as SURFACE
DISPOSAL (SD: Dedicated Land.)

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The original dry  weight
(Question 1-16) and wet weight (Question 1-24) agreed. Only after a followup call
was the wet weight adjusted. Therefore, it is assumed that the reported dry weight
in Question  1-16 is the correct dry weight.  The Land  Application end uses of
Municipal Parks and Other (Airport) were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The dry weight generated
(Question 1-16) did not agree  with the  wet  weight disposed  (Question 1-24).
However, further review of the  questionnaire revealed that the percent solids is
8.6%, rather than 86%.  With this percent solids, the reported dry weight agreed
with the calculated dry weight. This POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:
Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  This POTW was classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  This POTW was classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The dry weight generated
(Question 1-16) did not agree with the dry weight disposed  calculated from
Question 1-24.  The dry weight was imputed  by comparison of wastewater and
sewage sludge treatments with POTW 16-35-280. This POTW  was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Land Applicaiton in Question  1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did not report
an end use in Question II-1, but indicated that they do not have direct control over
the land application. Therefore, this POTW was classified as Land Applicaton end
use LA:  Other.
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21-15-099           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Reported the end use "SL
                    Closure Plan"  under Other in Question  II-l  for  100%  of the sewage sludge.
                    Therefore, this POTW was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  The
                    dry weight reported in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated
                    from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry  weight was imputed by comparison of
                    sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 25-16-119.

21-15-110           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Reported the only end use
                    as Dedicated Land in Question II-l.   Therefore,  the POTW was classified as
                    SURFACE DISPOSAL with the end use, SD: Dedicated Land.

21-16-116           Reported LAND Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
                    Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified  as  NOT  COSTED UNDER PART 503.
                    Reported the only end use as Animal  Feed Crop Land in Question II-l.  Therefore,
                    the land applied sewage sludge was classified as LA: Agriculture.

                    The POTW was called back regarding the application rates that were reported in
                    Question 11-17.  The POTW reported that the sewage sludge is applied 155 times
                    during the year, at a rate of 0.34 tons per application. The amount of 53 tons per
                    acre, as reported in Question II-17a,  was the total annual amount per acre, not the
                    total per application. It was concluded  that the POTW actually applies the sewage
                    sludge once per year,  but to  155  different areas at  5 acres per application.
                    Therefore, the response to Question II-17b should be 155*5, or 775, acres per
                    application and the response to Question H-17c should be 1  application in 1988.

21-16-126           Reported LAND APPLICATION and Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but only
                    Land Application in Question 1-36.  The reported dry weight generated (Question
                    1-16) did not agree with the dry weight calculated  from Question 1-24.  From a
                    callback, the POTW provided revised sewage sludge weights for Land Application
                    (12,636 wet tons at 50% solids, or 6,318 dry tons) and Surface Disposal (265,645
                    wet tons  at 1.4%  solids, or 3,719.03  dry tons.) The only end use reported in
                    Question II-l was Animal Feed Crop Land, so the land applied sewage sludge was
                    classified as LA:  Agriculture.  Surface Disposal was classified as SD: Other,
                    because the POTW reported, in Question 1-22, that it did not store sewage sludge
                    in 1988.
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21-16-129          Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW reported, in
                   Question II-1, that 100% of the sewage sludge was applied to Animal Feed Crop
                   Land. Therefore, this POTW was classified as LA: Agriculture. From a callback,
                   the POTW reported that the correct dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988
                   was 606.36 tons.

                   For Question 11-17, concerning the application rates of the sewage sludge, the
                   POTW was called back to confirm the correct responses.  The POTW reported that
                   the following values are correct for 1988:
                                        II-17a:  674 wet tons per acre per application
                                        II-17b:  30 acres per application
                                        II-17c:  1 Application.

21-23-203          Reported  Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.   This POTW was
                   classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

21-23-204          Reported  Land  Application in Question 1-24 and 1-36. Reported end uses of
                   Animal  Feed Crop Land  and  Pasture Land, in Question II-1.  Therefore, the
                   POTW was classified as LA: Agriculture.

21-25-234          Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, and did not respond to Question 1-36.
                   In Question 1-23, the POTW reported that there are no plans to remove the stored
                   sewage sludge.  Based on the trip report, it was stated  that this POTW was not
                   sampled because only primary sewage sludge is generated. Based on the schematic
                   in the questionnaire,  it is not clear  why waste activated and secondary settling
                   sewage sludges  are not disposed of. From a followup call, the POTW reported
                   that secondary sewage sludge is generated  and is piped to the primary clarifier.
                   Therefore, this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use
                   SD: Other.

21-39-363          Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
                   Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  The
                   Land Application end uses were classified as follows: Animal Feed Crop Land to
                   LA: Agriculture; Land Reclamation to LA:  Reclamation Site; and from Municipal
                   Parks to LA: Public Contact Sites.

21-43-394          Reported  Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The POTW was
                   classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

21-46-435          This, POTW did not respond to the questionnaire.  Therefore, the POTW was
                   classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
                   which is Land Application.  Because the end use is not known, the POTW was
                   classified as Lan Application, end use LA:  Undefined.
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21-50-468
22-05-010
22-05-017
22-05-020
22-17-135
22-22-187
Reported Lan Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The dry weight reported in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
The questionnaire indicated that the percent solids should be 2.52%.  With  this
data,  the  calculated dry weight  is  less than the  reported dry weight.   The
unaccounted for remaining  wet weight is from unmonitored meters.  Therefore,
the reported dry weight is the correct amount generated in 1988 and the calculated
dry weight (1,396.08 tons)  is the correct  amount disposed by Land Application in
1988.  This POTW was classified as LA: Agriculture, because 100% of the
sewage sludge was reported under the end use of Animal Feed Crop Land.

Reported Distribution and Marketing and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24
and 1-36. Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION with
the end use of LA: Compost  because Compost Brokers was the only  end  use
reported in Question III-l.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED
UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Surface Storage was also reported under Other in
Question  1-24.    Distribution  and  Marketing  was  classified  as  LAND
APPLICATION.   The  Distribution and Marketing  end use  of Landscape
Contractors was classified as LA: Public Contact Sites. The LAND APPLICATION
end use of Animal  Feed Crop Land was classified as LA:  Agriculture.   Co-
DisposaJ Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  Surface
Storage was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other), and the dry weight was set
equal to zero because the term surface storage indicates that the sewage sludge was
not disposed or used in  1988.

The percent available phosphorus (Questions II-5b and III-4b)  was not completed
in the questionnaire.  From a  followup  call, the  POTW reported that available
phosphorus is not measured. Therefore,  the responses to these Questions remain
missing in the data set.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The Land Application end  use  of Animal Feed Crop Land was classified as LA:
Agriculture. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
503.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end uses were classified
as follows: Compost Brokers to LA: Compost; from Farmers to LA: Agriculture;
from General Public to LA: Sale; from Municipalities to LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The Land Application end  use  of Animal Feed Crop Land was classified as LA:
Agriculture. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
503.
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22-38-349
22-39-362
22-45-410
22-45-417
Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the
wet weights reported in Question 1-24 included sewage sludge received from other
facilities. The dry weight of sewage sludge that was received from other facilities
was subtracted from the dry weights that were calculated from Question 1-24.  The
received sewage sludge was divided proportionally among the disposal practices.
The Land Application end uses of Animal Feed Crop Land, Human Food Crop
Land, and Pasture Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.  The Distribution and
Marketing end uses were classified as follows: Compost Brokers to LA: Compost;
from General Public to LA: Sale, and from Landscape Contractors to LA:  Public
Contact Sites. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified  as NOT COSTED  UNDER
PART 503.

Reported Distribution and Marketing and Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The reported dry weight (Question 1-16) did not agree with the dry weights
calculated from Question 1-24.   Therefore,  the  dry  weight was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatments with POTW 23-20-177.
Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION. The end uses
were  classified as follows:  Compost Brokers to  LA: Compost; from General
Public to LA: Sale, and Golf Courses, Landscape Contractors, and Municipalities
to LA: Public Contact Sites.

Further review of  Section IV (Incineration) in  the  questionnaire revealed  that
incinerator 2  was not  used in 1988. Therefore, the information related  to this
incinerator was removed from the data set.

Reported Monofill and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Monofill
was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL (SD: Monofill.) Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  The reported dry weight (Question 1-16) did not agree with the dry weights
calculated from Question 1-24. The POTW was  called back, but data from 1988
could  not be provided. Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of
sewage sludge and wastewater treatments with POTW  23-28-244. The POTW also
indicated that Co-Disposal Landfill was also used in 1988.   Therefore, the
calculated dry weights for Land Application and Distribution and Marketing were
retained and the difference between the imputed dry weight and the calculated dry
weight was  attributed to Co-Disposal Landfill. The Land Application end use of
Pasture Land  was classified as LA: Agriculture.  Distribution and Marketing was
classified as LAND APPLICATION, with the end use of LA: Compost.  Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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23-05-011

23-05-022


23-07-036



23-07-040

23-10-051
23-11-072
23-11-076

23-13-088



23-19-150

23-19-151

23-20-157

23-20-161
Reported Distribution and Marketing in Question 1-24 and 1-36. Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use of General Public
was  classified as  LA: Sale.   The  other  end uses (Landscape  Contractors,
Municipalities, and Other-nurseries) were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as  NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  Also reported  Co-
Incineration in Question 1-24.   Both  disposal  practices were classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the  dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the weight reported in Question
1-24 contained sewage sludge received from other facilities. After subtracting this
amount from the  calculated dry weight, both dry weights agreed (4559.94 tons).

Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The
reported dry weight in Question  1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated
from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of
sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 24-45-406.  Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified  as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

The copy of Part B in Section IV (Incineration) was removed from the data set
because only incinerator 1 was used in 1988.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Also reported Second
Co-Disposal under Other in Question 1-24.  Both disposal practices were classified
as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-2,4 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as  NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.
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23-20-172           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

                    The total  number of incinerators (Question IV-lc) was  not  completed in  the
                    questionnaire. The total number of incinerators was changed to 1, as is indicated
                    for the number of on-site incinerators in Question IV-la.

23-20-177           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

23-21-181           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

                    The total  number of incinerators (Question IV-lc) was  not  completed in  the
                    questionnaire. The total number of incinerators was changed to 3, as is indicated
                    for the number of on-site incinerators in Question IV-la.

23-23-200           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

                    The POTW completed only one copy of Part B in  Section IV  (Incineration),
                    although four incinerators were  reported.  From a followup call, the POTW
                    reported that the responses to the specific incineration Questions of concern (IV-
                    16, IV-22, and IV-26) should be identical for all four copies of Part B.  These are:
                                         IV-16a: 3. Multiple hearth
                                         IV-22:  c. Afterburner without heat exchanger
                                         IV-26:  a. Co-Disposal landfill
                                        d. Storage lagoon.

23-23-209           Reported  Land Application and Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The
                    reported dry weight in  Question  1-16  did  not  agree, within  10%, with  the
                    calculated dry weight  from Question 1-24.   However,  the dry weights from
                    Question 1-24 are used as the correct dry weights of sewage sludge disposed,
                    because no good  match could be found to impute the dry weight. The ratio of
                    reported dry weight (Question 1-16) to calculated dry weight (Question 1-24) was
                    only 1:12. The Land Application end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Human
                    Food Crop Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

23-23-210           Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-
                    Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

23-23-214           Reported Incineration in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
                    Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the weight reported in Question
                    1-24 contained sewage sludge received from other facilities.  After subtracting this
                    amount from the calculated dry weight, the dry weight disposed is 12,865.6 tons.
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23-24-225
23-28-244

23-32-272
23-35-279

23-35-287

23-36-314




23-36-333
23-39-377

23-40-382


23-42-386
23-47-443
Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

The  POTW completed only one  copy of Part B in Section IV (Incineration),
although two incinerators were reported.  From a  followup call, the POTW
reported that both incinerators are identical.  Therefore, the responses to Part B
in Section IV were duplicated for  incinerator 2.

Reported Co-Incineration in Question 1-24, but reported Incineration in Question
1-36.  It is assumed that Incineration was reported in Question 1-36 because Co-
Incineration is not an option in this question. Therefore, the Incineration Section
of the questionnaire was actually completed for Co-Incineration, for this POTW.
Co-Incineration was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in  Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the weight reported in Question
1-24 contained sewage sludge received from other facilities. After subtracting this
amount from the calculated dry weight, the dry weight disposed is 3,506.25 tons.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in  Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry  weight was imputed by comparison of  sewage  sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-21-181.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Further review of Section IV (Incineration)  in the questionnaire  revealed that
incinerator 2 was not used in  1988.  Therefore, the information related to this
incinerator was removed from the data set.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Incineration in  Questions  1-24 and  1-36.   However, the  reported dry
weight (Question 1-16) and the reported wet weight  (Question 1-24) were equal.
Because percent solids were  reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that  the
reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
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23-47-447

23-49-453

23-50-459

24-15-104
24-15-105
24-20-156


24-20-169
24-22-185
24-40-381
Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The  reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by  comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 21-23-203.  Monofill was classified
as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  However, the reported dry weight
(Question 1-16) and the reported wet weight (Question 1-24) were equal.  Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore, the  dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and percent solids.  Monofill was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end
use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but also reported Monofill in
Question 1-36.   The Monofill Section of the questionnaire  (Section V)  was
completed for the disposal of the ash from Incineration and has been removed from
the data set. The RA use or disposal practice for this POTW was classified as
INCINERATION. The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the
dry weight calculated from Question 1-24. In a followup call, the POTW reported
that the dry weight in Question 1-16 is correct, and the percent solids should be
approximately 30%.  With this percent solids, the wet weight should be 16,667
tons.  Therefore, the dry weight  from  Question 1-16 is used as the correct dry
weight.

Reported Land Application and Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The Land
Application end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified
as LA: Agriculture. Monofill was classified  as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the
end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.
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24-46-437
24-46-438
25-04-009
25-05-013
25-05-014
Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill  was classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

The number of monofills (Question V-l) was not completed in the questionnaire.
However, Part  B of Section  V  (Monofill) was completed for one monofill.
Therefore, the response to Question V-l was changed to one monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill  was classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.  The dry weight reported
in Question 1-16 did not agree, within 10%, with the dry weight calculated from
1-24. However, the percent solids reported in the questionnaire was 15.8%, rather
than 16%.  With  this percent  solids, the  calculated dry weight agrees with the
reported dry weight.

Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the POTW also reported
"stockpiled for a later date" under Other in Question 1-24.  This was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other), and the dry weight was set to zero because the sewage
sludge was not disposed in 1988. The only reported Land Application end use,
Land Reclamation, was classified as LA: Reclamation Site.   Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION, with the end uses classified as
follows:  from Farmers to LA:  Agriculture, and from General Public to LA: Sale.

This POTW did not respond to  the questionnaire.  Therefore,  the POTW was
classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which is Co-Disposal  Landfill.   Co-Disposal  Landfill was classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Distribution and Marketing and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24
and 1-36.  Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.
The end use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale.  The end uses of Golf
Courses, Landscape Contractors, and Municipalities were classified as LA: Public
Contact  Sites.   Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER
PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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25-05-025


25-05-026


25-06-029
25-10-060


25-16-119
Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight
reported  in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry  weight  calculated from
Question 1-24.  Further review of the  questionnaire revealed that the wet weight
and percent solids reported in the questionnaire were for compost, rather than
sewage sludge. Therefore, the weights do not agree, but the dry weight calculated
from Question 1-24 is used as the correct dry weight disposed in 1988.   The
Distribution and Marketing end use reported in Question III-l is Compost Brokers.
Therefore, this POTW was classified as LAND APPLICATION, with the end use
LA: Compost.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
Reported LAND APPLICATION in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Animal Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.
The end use of
Reported LAND APPLICATION in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The only end use
reported in Question II-l  was Animal Feed Crop Land, but Question 11-16 (Part
B of Section II) was completed for Animal Feed Crop Land and Human Food
Crop Land.  From a followup call, the POTW  reported that the end uses in
Question n-1 should be Animal Feed Crop Land  (30%) and Human Food Crop
Land (70%).  The  end uses (Animal Feed  Crop Land and Human Food Crop
Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Pasture
Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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25-16-128           Reported "Transferred" under Other in Question 1-24, but Land Application in
                    Question 1-36.  This is because the sewage sludge is transferred from the westside
                    plant to the eastside plant where it is disposed by Land Application. This POTW
                    did complete the land application Section of the questionnaire.  Therefore, the
                    POTW was classified as LAND APPUCATION.  Question II-l reported the end
                    uses of Animal Feed Crop Land and Other (Government), but Question II-16 (Part
                    B) was completed for Animal Feed Crop Land only.  Following a followup call,
                    the POTW submitted  a copy of Part B for "Other: Government Land."  The end
                    use of Animal Feed Crop Land (90%) was classified as LA: Agriculture. The end
                    use reported as "government" under other (10%) was classified as LA:  Public
                    Contact Sites.  From a followup call, the POTW also reported that the dry weight
                    of sewage sludge disposed by Land Application in 1988 was  20,852 tons.

                    From a followup call regarding Question 11-17, the POTW  reported  the correct
                    application rates for each end use in 1988. For the Animal  Feed Crop end use,
                    the average wet tons per acre per application (Question II-17a) is 14.8, the number
                    of acres per application (Question II-17b) is 1,357, and the number of applications
                    in 1988  (Question II-17c) is 1.  For the Government Conservation Site end use,
                    the average wet tons per acre per application (Question II-17a) is 5, the number
                    of acres per application (Question II-17b) is 150,  and the number of applications
                    in 1988 (Question II-17c) is 1.

25-18-142           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and  1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

25-19-146           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions  1-24 and  1-36.  The dry weight
                    reported in  Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
                    Because percent  solids  were  reported in  Question 1-24, it  is assumed that the
                    reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
                    wet weight and percent solids.   Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified as NOT
                    COSTED UNDER PART 503.

25-23-201           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported  dry weight
                    in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage  sludge and
                    wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-07-036. The Land Application end
                    uses (Animal Feed  Crop Land and Human Food Crop Land) were classified as
                    LA: Agriculture.

25-25-226           Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
                    Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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25-25-232          Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
                   because Surface Disposal is not an option for question 1-36.  The reported dry
                   weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
                   1-24.  The POTW reported, in  a followup call, that the discrepancy was due to
                   estimated conversions. Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of
                   sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 25-16-128.  The
                   POTW indicated on the schematic in the questionnaire that the surface disposal is
                   "sewage sludge lagoon permanent storage." Therefore, this POTW was classified
                   as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Other.

25-27-239          Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                   was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

25-32-264          Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

25-35-297          Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The  dry  weight
                   reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
                   Because percent solids were reported in  Question 1-24, it is assumed that the
                   reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
                   wet weight and percent solids.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT
                   COSTED UNDER PART 503.

                   The response to Question I-9a, concerning the annual average daily design flow,
                   was mis-recorded  in the  data base.   The  value  that was  reported  in  the
                   questionnaire was 80  MGD. The data set was edited to contain the correct value
                   and was  saved under the filename:   DGPA011.SLU29702.SSE2091.UPDATE
                   (S0102).

25-36-334          Reported Land  Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
                   in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                   Therefore,  the  dry weight was imputed  by comparison of  sewage sludge and
                   wastewater treatment  processes with POTW 33-50-471. The end uses of Animal
                   Feed Crop Land and Human Food Crop Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.
                   The end use of Land Reclamation was classified as LA: Reclamation Site.

25-38-345          Reported Surface Disposal  in Question 1-24 and indicated,  under Other, that the
                   sewage sludge is stored on site.  This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT
                   OF BUSINESS because only primary sewage sludge is generated.

25-42-385          Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The
                   reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated
                   from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry  weight was imputed by  comparison of
                   sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-28-244.  Co-
                   Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

25-44-399          Reported Land Application and  Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
                   The Land Application end use of Pasture Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.
                   Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as  NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.


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25-44-400
25-45-418
25-45-427
25-45-432
25-46-436
Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Question 1-24, but
only Land Application  in  Question  1-36.   However,  further  review  of the
questionnaire revealed that both responses to Question 1-24 belong under Land
Application; the first is  for primary sewage sludge, the second  is for digested
secondary sewage sludge.  Because the end use reported in Question 1-24 was
Dedicated Land, both responses to Question 1-24 were classified as SURFACE
DISPOSAL, with the end use SD:  Dedicated Land.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from  Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry  weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 24-40-381.

Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight
calculated from  Question  1-24.   Therefore,  the dry weight  was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-
47-447.  The Land  Application end use of Pasture  Land was classified as LA:
Agriculture.  The reported Distribution and Marketing end uses  were Compost
Brokers (78%) and  LA  Disposal,  under Other,  (22%).  It is assumed that the
percentage  for LA Disposal is a reiteration of the percentage of the entire dry
weight of sewage sludge that was sent  to Land Application. Therefore, Compost
Brokers is  the only Distribution and  Marketing end use.   This end use was
classified as LA: Compost.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal is not an option for this Question. From a followup call,
the POTW reported that the POTW is stored at the POTW until the sewage sludge
lagoons fill up.  The ultimate disposal practice is undecided and will depend on
regulation requirements.  Therefore,  this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN
(UNK: Other) and the dry weight was; set to zero because the sewage sludge was
not disposed in 1988.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal is not an  option for this question.  The POTW reported
no plans to remove the sewage sludge from the storage impoundment in Questions
1-22  and  1-23.  It was determined from a review of the questionnaire and trip
report  that this POTW  uses  Surface Disposal.  Therefore, this POTW was
classified as Surface Disposal, with the end use SD:  Other.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses of Animal
Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land  were classified as LA: Agriculture.
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25-47-442


25-49-454
25-50-472
26-32-260
Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did  not  agree with the dry weight
calculated from  Question 1-24.   Therefore, the dry weight  was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-
47-447. The Land Application end uses of Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture
Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as
NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  The Land Application end uses were categorized in the original data base
as Land Reclamation, Silviculture Land, and Other (Conservation Reserve Program
Land). Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the actual  reported end
uses were Silviculture Land (61%), Other - Conservation Reserve Program Land
(10%), Other - Landfill Cover (19%), Other - Christmas Trees (4%), and Other -
 Turf Farm (6%). From a followup call, the POTW re-categorized these end uses
as Land Reclamation (19%), Landscape Contractors (6%), Silviculture land (65%),
and Other - Conservation Reserve Program Land (10%).  These end uses were
classified as follows: Land Reclamation to LA: Reclamation Site; from Landscape
Contractors to LA: Public Contact Sites; from Silviculture Land to LA: Forests;
and from Other - Conservation Reserve Program Land to  LA:  Undefined.
Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION, with the end
uses classified as: General Public to LA: Sale, and Landscape Contractors to LA:
Public Contact Sites.

From a followup call, the POTW  reported that the percentage  of available
phosphorus, reported in Question II-5b, is actually total rather than available
phosphorus. Therefore, this value was removed  from the data set.

For Question III-4 in Section III (Distribution and Marketing) of the questionnaire,
the percent available nitrogen (Question III-4a)  was correct by the POTW to be
0.2%.  However, the percent available phosphorus (Question III-4b) could  not be
reported.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The dry  weight reported in Question 1-16 did  not  agree with the dry weight
calculated from Question 1-24.  From a followup call, the POTW indicated that the
sewage sludge disposed by Co-Disposal  Landfill contains sewage  sludge from
previous years.  Therefore, the calculated dry weight, from Question 1-24, is the
correct weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988.  The end use of Animal Feed
Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified
as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:  Ocean).
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26-32-267


26-32-273


26-35-286


26-35-288


26-35-290


26-35-301
26-35-302
26-35-305
26-35-309
31-02-004
Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).
Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).
Therefore, this POTW was
Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 26-35-286. This POTW was classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 25-16-128. This POTW was classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 26-35-286. This POTW was classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 26-32-267, 26-32-273, 26-32-260,
and 22-05-020.  This POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:  Ocean).

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 33-35-283 and 31-15-108. The end
use of Pasture Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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31-10-047


31-11-080
31-14-090


31-15-101
31-15-108


31-15-111
31-16-115
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses of Animal
Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported
dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from
Question 1-24. From a followup call, the POTW reported the correct dry weight
disposed in 1988 to be 615 tons (41,000 wet tons at 1.5% solids.)  Co-Disposal
Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses of Animal
Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The trip report indicated
that "old primary sewage sludge" is placed in  a landfill. From a followup call, the
POTW  reported that,  in 1988,  the  sewage  sludge  was disposed  by  Land
Application. The "old sewage sludge" was from the old plant, which was replaced
in 1971.  The reported end use in Question II-l  was Dedicated Land. Therefore,
this POTW was classified  as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the  end use  SD:
Dedicated Land.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application,  Distribution and  Marketing, and Surface Disposal in
Question 1-24, and only  Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in
Question 1-36. The POTW reported, in Question 1-23, that the sewage sludge is
stored for less than  1 year  and, from a followup call, that the sewage sludge which
is stored as surface disposal is land applied when it is removed. The trip report
also indicated that a small amount of the sewage sludge on the surface disposal site
was removed and land applied in 1988.  Therefore, the sewage sludge for Surface
Disposal was classified as LAND APPLICATION.   Because the  only end use
reported in Question II-l is Human Food Crop Land, both the Land Application
sewage  sludge and  the Surface Disposal sewage  sludge are classified  as  LA:
Agriculture.  Distribution and Marketing is classified as LAND APPLICATION.
The Distribution and Marketing end uses are classified as follows: Fanners to LA:
Agriculture; from General Public to LA: Sale;  and  from Landscape Contractors
to LA: Public Contact Sites.  The reported dry weight from Question 1-16 did not
agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.  However, the POTW
indicated in the questionnaire that the land applied sewage sludge that was disposed
in 1988  was generated in a previous year.. Therefore, the dry weights calculated
from Question 1-24 are the corrects weights of sewage sludge disposed  in 1988.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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31-16-117           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
                    Feed Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.  The end use reported under
                    other (Government Pic Ground) was classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

                    From  a followup call  regarding  Question 11-17, the POTW reported that the
                    maximum number of applications to any site is two during the year for both end
                    uses. Therefore, the response to Question II-17c (number of applications in 1988)
                    was changed to two for both end uses.  Because of this change,  the responses to
                    Question II-17b (acres per application) were also changed in order for the total wet
                    weight of sewage sludge applied to agree with the wet weight disposed  from
                    Question 1-24.  For the end use of Animal Feed Crop Land, the  number of acres
                    per application was changed to 2,778 acres.  For the end use of Government Land,
                    the number of acres per application was changed to 40.5 acres.

                    A  copy of  Part B  in  Section II was submitted for  "Other: Government PIC
                    Ground" and was added to the data set.

31-16-127           Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end  use reported
                    under Other (unknown) was classified as LA: Undefined.

31-18-140           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

31-18-143           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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31-19-148           In Question 1-24, this POTW reported percent solids for Surface Disposal, but zero
                    tons wet weight, and indicated "stored on site" under Other. In Question 1-36, this
                    POTW reported Land Application.  The POTW did not provide a dry weight of
                    sewage sludge generated in  Question 1-16.   The dry weight was  imputed by
                    comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 41-
                    16-123, 41-18-139, 41-30-252, and 45-16-124.   Based on  a review of the
                    questionnaire  and  trip report,  it was  determined  that this POTW uses  Land
                    Application.  The POTW reported only 2% of the land applied sewage sludge for
                    the end use  of Dedicated Land in Question II-1.   The remaining  98%  was
                    unaccounted for.  When the POTW was called back to get more information, it
                    was learned that this plant closed in April 1990 and no records are available for
                    1988.  Therefore, the 2% was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end
                    use of SD: Dedicated Land, and the 98% was classified as LAND APPLICATION,
                    with the end use of LA: Undefined.

                    Data  from the specific  Land  Application  Questions are missing  in the
                    questionnaire. Because the POTW was closed in 1990 and no records from 1988
                    are available, these values remain missing in  the data set.

31-23-206           Reported  Co-Disposal  Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The dry weight
                    reported in Question  1-16 did not  agree with  the dry  weight generated  from
                    Question 1-24. From a callback to the POTW, it was indicated that the wet weight
                    reported in Question 1-24 includes sewage sludge that was generated in previous
                    years.  The POTW uses a facultative lagoon for secondary treatment and, in 1988,
                    the lagoon was cleaned and the dewatered sewage sludge was disposed in a Co-
                    Disposal Landfill. Therefore, the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24 is the
                    correct weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988.  Co-Disposal Landfill was
                    classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

31-24-219           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The dry weight reported
                    in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24. Because
                    percent solids  were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
                    weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
                    and percent solids.  The end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Human Food Crop
                    Land)  were classified as LA:  Agriculture.

31-24-224           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Because the reported end
                    use is Dedicated Land, this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with
                    the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

31-28-245           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
                    Land)  was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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31-36-328
31-39-356
31-39-358
31-42-391


31-45-402
31-45-404
31-45-419
Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use (General Public)
was classified as LA: Sale.

Question III-4, concerning available nitrogen and phosphorus, was not completed
in the questionnaire. From a followup  call, the POTW reported that it is not
required to calculate the percentage of available nitrogen and  phosphorus in the
sewage sludge.  Therefore, the responses to this question remain missing in the
data set.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The Land  Application end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA:
Agriculture. Co-Disposal Landfill was, classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The Land Application end
use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture. The reported dry
weight of  sewage sludge generated (Question 1-16) did not agree with the dry
weight calculated from Question 1-24. The POTW indicated in the margin of the
questionnaire that the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed by Land Application
is 197 tons. Because this is approximately equal to the dry weight calculated from
Question 1-24, the calculated dry weight is used as the dry weight of sewage sludge
disposed in 1988.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

In Question 1-24, this POTW reported zero tons under Co-Disposal Landfill, and
reported "No  Sludge" under  Other.  This POTW also reported Co-Disposal
Landfill in Question 1-36.  In Question 1-16, this POTW also reported zero tons
dry weight generated in 1988.  Because no sewage sludge was generated in 1988,
this POTW was classified as Unknown (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set
equal to zero tons.

Reported  Co-Disposal  Landfill in  Questions  1-24  and  1-36.   The dry  weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids were reported in Question  1-24,  it is assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent  solids.   Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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31-45-429
31-47-441
31-52-479
32-06-031
32-07-037
32-09-045
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24. Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and  percent solids.   The  end use of  Pasture Land was classified as  LA:
Agriculture.

This POTW did not respond to the questionnaire.  Therefore,  the POTW was
classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which is Land Application.   Because the end use is not known, the POTW was
classified as LA: Undefined.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal is not an option for that question.  The POTW reported
2 to 5 years of storage in Question 1-23 and, in a followup call, reported that when
the sewage sludge is disposed,  it is land  applied to a golf course.  Because this
POTW is using surface disposal only as temporary storage, it is assumed that the
sewage sludge was not disposed in 1988.  Therefore, this POTW was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other), and the dry weight was set to zero tons.

Reported Land Application and  Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.  Distribution and  Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The
Distribution and Marketing end  use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale.
The remaining Distribution and Marketing end uses (Landscape  Contractors and
Municipalities) were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites. The Land Application
end use of Human Food Crop Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill  in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.   The dry  weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is  assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24.  Further review  of the questionnaire revealed that the weight reported in
Question 1-24  contained sewage sludge  received from other facilities.  After
subtracting this amount from the calculated dry weight, the dry  weight disposed
is 57.2 tons. Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.
The end use of General Public was classified as  LA: Sale.   The end  use  of
Municipalities was classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.
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32-10-052
32-10-054
32-10-055


32-10-059
32-13-087


32-16-121
32-16-122
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 35-32-265, 35-10-053, 41-15-101,
35-42-389, and 35-10-050.  The end use (Pasture  Land) was classified as LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  However, the reported
dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the  dry calculated from Question
1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-10-053. Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
Reported Land  Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
The end use (Pasture
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did  not  agree  with  the dry  calculated  from Question 1-24.
However, further review of the  questionnaire revealed that the wet weight in
Question 1-24 should be 55,000 tons, rather than 5,000 tons.  With this data, the
reported  dry weight and the calculated dry weight are equal.   The end use of
Municipal Parks was classified as LA: Public  Contact Sites.  The end use of
Pasture Land was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24  and 1-36. However, the
reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated
from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of
sewage  sludge  and wastewater  treatment  processes  with POTW  33-23-213.
Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use
of Farmers was classified as LA: Agriculture. The end use of General Public was
classified as LA: Sale.  The end uses of Landscape Contractors and Municipalities
were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW reported, in
Question II-1, that 82% of the sewage sludge went to Animal Feed Crop Land and
the remaining 18% went to "composting/did not land apply."  Therefore, 18% of
the sewage sludge was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other), and the dry weight
was set to equal zero because this sewage sludge was not disposed in 1988. The
sewage sludge that is intended for Animal Feed  Crop Land (82%) was classified
as LA: Agriculture.
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32-20-158
32-21-184
32-22-188
32-22-189
32-30-249


32-30-251
Reported Monofill and Other (Composting) in Question 1-24, and only Monofill
in Question 1-36.  The dry weight reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the sum
of the wet weights reported  in  Question 1-24.  Because percent solids were
reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet weights are correct.
Therefore, the dry weights were calculated from the wet weights and percent
solids. Monofill was  classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the  end use SD:
Monofill.  The sewage sludge reported as Other (Composting)  was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set to zero because this sewage
sludge was not disposed in 1988.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did  not agree  with  the dry calculated  from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs  42-32-262, 34-20-174, and 31-24-
224.  The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Distribution and
Marketing was classified as Land Application.  The end uses were classified as
follows: from Farmers to LA: Agriculture; from General Public to LA: Sale, and
from Landscape Contractors and Municipalities to LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not
agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was
imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with
POTW  35-10-050.    Distribution  and  Marketing  was  classified as  LAND
APPLICATION.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER
PART503. The Land  Application end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture
Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture. The Distribution and Marketing end
uses were classified as follows:  from  General Public to LA: Sale, and from
Landscape Contractors to LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The dry weight reported
in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and percent solids. The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was  classified as LA:
Agriculture.
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32-31-255           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
                    The POTW indicated on the questionnaire that the wet weight in Question 1-24 was
                    from June through December, which was doubled to get the total for the year.
                    Because the reported dry weight in Question 1-16 is the correct dry weight of
                    sewage sludge generated in 1988, this value is used as the dry weight of sewage
                    sludge disposed in 1988.  Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as NOT COSTED
                    UNDER PART 503.

32-31-256           Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
                    1-24.  However, the POTW indicated in the questionnaire that the wet weight in
                    Question 1-24 includes sewage  sludge  that was generated in previous  years.
                    Therefore, the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24  is  the correct weight of
                    sewage sludge disposed in 1988.  Distribution and Marketing was classified as
                    LAND APPLICATION.  The end use of Compost Brokers was classified as LA:
                    Compost.  The end use of General  Public was classified as LA: Sale.

32-32-268           Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Distribution and
                    Marketing was  classified as LAND  APPLICATION.  The end  use (Compost
                    Brokers) was classified as LA: Compost.

                    Question III-4, concerning available nitrogen and phosphorus, was not completed
                    in the questionnaire.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that it is not
                    required to calculate the percentage of available nitrogen and phosphorus in the
                    sewage sludge.  Therefore, the responses to this question remain missing in the
                    data set.

32-35-281           Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
                    1-36.  Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The
                    POTW reported  Land  Application end uses of Dedicated Land (60%), Golf
                    Courses (25%), and Pasture Land (5%).  Further review  of the questionnaire
                    revealed that the percentage listed  as  Pasture Land  should be under Municipal
                    Parks.  A followup call to the POTW indicated that the percentage for Dedicated
                    Land  should be  70%,  rather than 60%.   The  Land Application  end use of
                    Dedicated  Land was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD:
                    Dedicated  Land.   The remaining Land Application end uses  (Golf Courses and
                    Municipal  Parks) were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites. The Distribution
                    and Marketing end uses (Golf Courses and Landscape  Contractors) were also
                    classified as  LA:  Public Contact Sites.
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32-39-376
32-47-445
32-41-446
32-47-448
33-07-035
33-07-041

33-13-084
Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36.   The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry
calculated from Question 1-24.   Therefore,  the dry weight  was imputed  by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 32-
10-055. Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION. The
Land  Application end uses of Animal Feed Crop Land and Human Food  Crop
Land  were classified as LA: Agriculture.   The Land Application end use of
Silviculture was classified  as LA: Forests.  The Distribution and Marketing end
use of Compost Brokers was classified as LA: Compost.  The Distribution and
Marketing end uses of Municipalities and Other (POTW On-Site) were classified
as LA; Public Contact Sites.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION. The end use of General Public
was classified as LA: Sale.  The end use of Landscape Contractors was classified
as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Distribution and Marketing and Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Distribution and Marketing was classified as Land Application.  The percentage
reported for the end use of General Public was 31% in the data  base, but was
reported as 29% in the questionnaire.  Therefore, the percentage was changed to
29% for General Public.  The end use of General Public was classified as LA:
Sale.  The end use reported under Other, with no specific end use, was classified
as  LA:  Undefined.    The remaining end  uses  (Landscape  Contractors,
Municipalities, and Other - Nurseries) were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Further review of Section IV (Incineration) in the questionnaire revealed that
Incinerator 1  was not used in 1988.   Therefore, the information  related to this
incinerator was removed from the data set.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Distribution and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION. The end use of General Public
was  classified  as  LA:  Sale.   The  end uses  of Landscape  Contractors  and
Municipalities were classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.  The end uses reported
under Other,  with no specific end uses, were classified as LA: Undefined.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported  dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry calculated from Question 1-24.  From a
followup call, the POTW reported that the correct dry weight of sewage sludge
disposed in 1988 was 141.4 tons.

Further review of Section IV (Incineration) in the questionnaire revealed that
Incinerator 1  was not used in 1988.   Therefore, the information related to this
incinerator was removed from the data set.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.
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33-17-133           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

33-17-134           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

33-23-211           Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The
                    dry weight reported in Question 1-16 was  equal to the wet  weight reported in
                    Question 1-24.  Because  percent solids were reported in Question 1-24,  it is
                    assumed that the reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was
                    calculated from the wet weight and percent solids.  Co-Disposal Landfill was
                    classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

33-23-213           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

33-25-228           Reported Incineration  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
                    Question 1-16 did not  agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage sludge and
                    wastewater treatment processes with FOTW 35-11-078.

33-32-270           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

33-34-276           Reported Incineration  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
                    Question 1-16 did not  agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    From a followup call,  the POTW corrected the sewage sludge weights to be 781
                    dry tons for Question 1-16 and 22,322 wet tons at 3.5%  solids for Question 1-24.

33-35-282           Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

33-35-283           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-2,4 and 1-36.

33-35-291           Reported Co-Incineration in Question 1-24.  The POTW reported Incineration in
                    Question 1-36 only because Co-Incineration is not an option for that Question. Co-
                    Incineration was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

33-35-294           Reported Incineration in Questions 1-2:4 and 1-36.

33-35-298           Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

33-35-303           Reported Incineration  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
                    Question 1-16 did not  agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage sludge and
                    wastewater treatment processes with POTW 23-19-151.
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33-35-308
33-36-320
33-36-325

33-39-353

33-39-364

33-39-367

33-39-368

33-44-395

33-44-396

33-50-471


34-20-159


34-20-160


34-20-162
34-20-163
Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported in
Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore,  the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and percent solids. Ocean Disposal was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Ocean).

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight: calculated from Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW reported that the wet weight reported in Question
1-24 contains sewage sludge from other plants that cannot be separated from the
local sewage sludge.  Therefore, the dry weight reported in Question 1-16 is the
correct weight of sewage sludge generated  by this POTW in 1988, and is used as
the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed by this POTW in 1988.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was  classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

Reported Monofill in  Questions 1-24 and  1-36.   Monofill  was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.   The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was  equal to  the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW indicated that the dry weight of sewage sludge
generated in 1988, in Question 1-16, was correct.   The wet weight  was  adjusted
to be 4,519 tons of sewage sludge disposed in 1988, which causes the reported dry
weight to be equal to the calculated  dry weight.   Co-Disposal  Landfill  was
classified as  NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Monofill was classified as Surface
Disposal, with the  end use SD: Monofill.
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34-20-166
34-20-167


34-20-174
34-20-176
34-22-193


34-22-196
34-31-257
Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.   The  reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
The  POTW indicated that the wet weight reported in Question 1-24  includes
sewage sludge disposed by the Westside plant. Therefore, the reported dry weight,
in Question 1-16, is the correct dry weight generated in  1988, and is used as the
dry weight disposed in 1988 by this POTW. Monofill was classified as SURFACE
DISPOSAL, with the end use SD:  Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Question V-15, regarding the operator of the  monofill,  was missing  in the data
base. Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the response should be "a.
Your POTW."  This information was added to the data set.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage  sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 33-23-213.  Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.   The  reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage  sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-20-164.  Monofill was classified
as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report
percent  solids  in  Question  1-24.   It  is  assumed that  the reported dry weight
(Question 1-16) and wet weight (Question 1-24) are correct, and the percent solids
were calculated from the dry and  wet weights. Distribution and Marketing was
classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use of General Public was classified
as LA: Sale. The end uses of Municipalities and Other (nurseries) were classified
as LA: Public Contact Sites.
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34-31-259


34-40-383


35-01-001


35-03-006
Reported Land Application and Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported
dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from
Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage
sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-28-240. Monofill was
classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.  The Land
Application end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24  and  1-36.  Monofill was classified
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.
as
Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24  and  1-36.  Monofill was classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24  and  1-36.  Monofill was classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent
solids in Question 1-24.  The dry weight in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet
weight in Question 1-24.  The  POTW indicated in  the  questionnaire that the
reported weight is a wet weight. The percent solids were imputed according to the
sewage sludge treatment  processes (gravity thickening) of this POTW.1 The dry
weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was calculated  from the reported wet
weight and the imputed percent solids.  Because the reported end use is Dedicated
Land, this POTW was classified  as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD:
Dedicated Land.
      ^Field Manual for Performance Evaluation and Troubleshooting  at Municipal
Wastewater Treatment Facilities, USEPA Office of  Water Program Operations,  EPA-
430/9-78-001,  January 1978,  page 283.


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35-05-015


35-05-018
35-05-021
Reported Land Application and Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and
1-36, but did not report a wet weight for Distribution and Marketing in Question
1-24.   Further review of the questionnaire indicated  that wet  weights  were
originally reported  as  46,000  tons  for Land Application and 5,600  tons for
Distribution and Marketing.  During coding of the data  both sewage sludge wet
weights were combined under Land Application and no explanation was given for
this change. Therefore, the wet weights were replaced into their original disposal
practices and the dry  weight of sewage  sludge disposed was calculated  from
Question 1-24, as directed by the POTW in  a followup call. The percentage of
sewage sludge for the Land Application end use of Dedicated Land was classified
as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end  use SD: Dedicated Land. The other Land
Application end use (Human Food Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
The Distribution and Marketing end use of farmers  was also  classified as LA:
Agriculture.    The Distribution  and Marketing end  use under  Other (POTW
Designated) was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

The percent available phosphorus (Questions II-5b and III-4b) was not completed
in the  questionnaire.   From a followup call, the  POTW reported the percent
available phosphorus to be 0.5%.

Reported Land Application is Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.   The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to  the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids were reported  in Question 1-24, it is  assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent  solids.   Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified as  NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but only reported Surface
Disposal in Question 1-24, because it is  not an option for Question 1-36.  Based on
a review of the  questionnaire and trip report, this POTW was classified as LAND
APPLICATION.  The  end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was  classified as LA:
Agriculture.
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35-07-038
35-07-039
35-07-043
35-10-048
35-10-050
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW reported that the wet weight of sewage sludge
disposed  should be 4,706 tons for Land Application.  With  this wet weight, the
reported dry weight and calculated dry weight agree.  The end uses reported in
Question II-1 are Municipal Parks (100%) and Other (100%).  From a followup
call, the POTW reported that the percentage listed under other was merely a total
and  was  not meant to  correspond to the "other Land  Applications" category.
Therefore, the only end use is Municipal Parks, which was  classified  as  LA:
Public Contact Sites.

Question II-5, concerning available nitrogen and phosphorus, was not completed
in the questionnaire.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that it does not
analyze the sewage sludge for available nitrogen and phosphorus.  Therefore, this
Question remains missing in the data set.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported in
Question 1-16 was  equal to the wet weight reported in  Question 1-24.  From a
followup call, the POTW corrected the sewage sludge weights to be 14,671 dry
tons generated and  80,610 wet tons, at 18% solids, disposed in 1988.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not provide a
wet weight in Question 1-24. The reported dry weight of sewage sludge generated
(Question 1-16) appeared to be unusually high, especially for a flow rate of 3.0
MGD. Therefore, a followup call was placed to the POTW, rather than using the
dry weight reported in Question 1-16 as the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed
in 1988.   The POTW reported that  182 dry tons were disposed in 1988.   Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal is not an option in that question. This POTW reported,
in a followup call,  that the disposal practice should be Co-Disposal Landfill and
the data from Question 1-24 should be 358 wet tons at 12% solids.  Co-Disposal
Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-11 -078. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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35-10-057
35-11-061


35-11-063
35-11-070


35-11-075


35-11-078


35-11-081




35-18-144
Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND
APPLICATION.   Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER
PART 503.  The Land Application end use (Animal  Feed Crop Land) and the
Distribution and Marketing end use (farmers) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-30-254. Because the reported end
use was Dedicated Land, this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with
the end use SD:  Dedicated.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses (Animal
Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 31-36-328, 35-51-475, and 31-15-
108.  The end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as
LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report dry
weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16 and reported 0 tons, and 0%
solids, in Question 1-24.  The dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage
sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-41-384.

Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill in Questions 1-24  and  1-36.   The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was  equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids were  reported  in Question 1-24, it is  assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent  solids.   Co-Disposal  Landfill was classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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35-19-147           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
                    1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
                    wastewater treatment processes with POTW 33-39-364.  Co-Disposal Landfill was
                    classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-19-149           Reported Incineration and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-
                    Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-20-164           Reported  "Transfer" under Other in Question 1-24,  and did not respond to
                    Question 1-24. Because this POTW transfers the sewage sludge to POTW 23-20-
                    177,  which  uses  Incineration,  the  disposal  practice  was  classified  as
                    INCINERATION.

35-22-186           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop Land) was  classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-23-197           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop Land) was  classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-23-198           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop Land) was  classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-23-199           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use of Animal
                    Feed Crop Land  was reported in Question II-1, but Question 11-16 (in Part B) was
                    not completed. From a followup call, the POTW reported that Part B should have
                    been completed for Animal Feed Crop Land, therefore Question 11-16 should have
                    indicated Animal Feed Crop Land. The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was
                    classified as LA: Agriculture.

                    Part B in  Section II (Land Application) was not completed in the questionnaire.
                    From a followup call, the POTW provided  the following information to the
                    specific Land Application Questions of concern:
                                        11-18:  c. Not applicable
                                        11-22:  a. Contractor
                                        11-23:  b. Written contract
                                        11-28:  b. Buffer zone
                                        11-29:  b. Yes                                •     :
                                        11-31:  c. Pursue other disposal practices.

35-23-207           Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
                    The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.  Co-
                    Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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35-26-235           Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
                    because Surface Disposal was not  an  option  in that Question.   The  POTW
                    reported, in a followup call, that the sewage sludge  "goes to four big  sewage
                    sludge lagoons." It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire and trip
                    report, that this POTW uses SURFACE DISPOSAL.  Therefore, this POTW  was
                    classified as SD: Other.

35-26-236           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
                    in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  Because
                    percent solids were reported in  Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
                    weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
                    and percent solids.  The end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land)
                    were classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-27-238           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other  in Question 1-24, and did not respond to
                    Question 1-36. The POTW did not report a dry weight in Question 1-16,  nor a wet
                    weight in Question 1-24.  It  was  determined that this  POTW was using  a
                    Wastewater Stabilization Pond,  and was  classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other),
                    with zero dry tons of sewage sludge disposed  in 1988.

35-28-240           Reported Land  Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
                    Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-28-242           Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.
                    The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight
                    calculated from Question 1-24.  The POTW reported, in a followup call, that the
                    wet weight reported for Land Application in Question 1-24 includes sewage sludge
                    that has accumulated in oxidation ponds for 15 years. Therefore,  the reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 is the correct weight of sewage sludge generated in 1988,
                    and the calculated dry weight from Question 1-24 is the correct weight of sewage
                    sludge disposed in  1988.  The end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land  and  Pasture
                    Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.  Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as
                    NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-28-243           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-32-261           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop  Land) was classified as  LA:  Agriculture.  The  reported dry weight in
                    Question 1-16 (38,030 tons) agreed with  the calculated dry weight from Question
                    1-24 (38,030.4 tons) but these values appeared high, in comparison  with similar
                    facilities, for the reported flow  rate.  From a followup call, the POTW reported
                    that the wet weight in Question 1-24 was recorded as gallons, rather than tons.
                    This values  (760,608  gallons) was converted to 3,174 wet tons, which,  at 5%
                    solids, is equal to 159 dry tons.  This value is also of the same order of magnitude
                    as the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1991 (326 tons) as reported in the
                    followup call.  Therefore, the dry weight of  sewage  sludge disposed in  1988 is
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35-32-265

35-32-271


35-33-275
35-35-277
35-35-285
35-35-306


35-35-307
35-36-310
35-36-311
Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the  dry weight was imputed  by  comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTWs 33-35-283, 35-26-235, and 35-39-
352. Because the reported end use is Dedicated Land, this POTW was classified
as Surface Disposal, with the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.

Both copies of Part B  in Section IV (Incineration) contained  missing  data.
However, no responses were obtained from attempted followup calls. Therefore,
the data remain missing in the data set.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 33-50-471.  Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is  assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids.   Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as  NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
However, the actual percent solids reported in Question 1-24 of the questionnaire
was 5.9%, rather than 6%. With this information, the reported dry weight agrees
with the calculated dry weight;  The end use (Human Food Crop Land) was
classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the  dry weight was imputed  by  comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW  35-23-198.  The end uses (Animal
Feed Crop Land and Human Food Crop Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.
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35-36-315           Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  This POTW
                    reported "PPG Lime Lakes" under Other for the Distribution and Marketing end
                   ""use.   It  was determined  that the  PPG Lime Lakes are a type of monofill.
                    Therefore, this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use
                    SD: Monofill.

35-36-318           Reported disposal practice as "Private Contractor" under Other in Question 1-24,
                    and did not respond  to Question 1-36.   This POTW was  classified as  Land
                    Application because the schematic in the questionnaire and the schematic in the trip
                    report agree with respect to the final disposal of the sewage sludge.  Because the
                    end use is not known, the end use was classified as LA: Undefined.

35-36-322           This POTW did not respond to the questionnaire.  Therefore, the POTW was
                    classified according to the disposal practice reported  in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
                    which  is Co-Disposal Landfill.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as  NOT
                    COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-37-341           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
                    1-24.   The POTW reported, in a followup call, that the wet weight reported  in
                    Question 1-24  includes  sewage sludge that has  been  stockpiled  for 5  years.
                    Therefore, the reported dry weight in Question  1-16 is  the correct  weight  of
                    sewage sludge generated  in 1988, and the calculated dry weight from Question 1-24
                    is the correct weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988. Co-Disposal Landfill was
                    classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

35-38-343           Reported Distribution and Marketing in Question 1-24, but did not respond  to
                    Question 1-36.  The POTW indicated that the sewage sludge  is transferred  to
                    POTW 22-38-348, which uses the following disposal practices Land Application
                    end uses: LA: Agriculture, LA:  Compost, LA: Public Contact Sites,  LA: Sale,
                    and NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.  Therefore, the disposal practices were
                    classified into the same categories for this  POTW, and the dry weight  of sewage
                    sludge  was  divided  among the end  uses in the same proportions as reported by
                    POTW 22-38-348.  The RA use end disposal practices, and dry weights, are Land
                    Application end uses LA:  Agriculture (197 tons), LA:  Compost (37 tons), LA:
                    Public Contact Sites (665 tons), LA: Sale (37 tons),  and NOT COSTED UNDER
                    PART 503 (2 tons).

35-38-347           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW did not report
                    a dry  weight of sewage sludge disposed in Question 1-16.  Therefore, the dry
                    weight was calculated from the wet weight and percent solids reported in Question
                    1-24, under the assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also
                    generated in 1988.  The end use (Pasture Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

35-38-348           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Human Food
                    Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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35-39-365
35-41-384


35-42-388
35-42-389


35-43-393
35-44-397


35-45^05


35-45-420


35-45-421
35-45-426
Reported Monofill in Question  1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill  was classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. However, the trip report
indicated landfill as the reported disposal practice.  From a  followup call, the
POTW reported that the sewage sludge was disposed by Co-Disposal Landfill in
1988; Land Application was used prior to June 1987. Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 44-20-173. Co-Disposal Landfill was
classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, and reported "Lagoons"
under Other in Question 1-24.  The Land Application end use (Animal Feed Crop
Land) was  classified  as LA: Agriculture.   The Lagoons were classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) with dry weight equal to zero, because the lagoons are
considered a treatment process, not a disposal practice.
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
The end use (Pasture
Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses (Animal
Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed  by comparison of  sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes  with POTW 41-36-337.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Question 1-24 and 1-36, but did reported zero tons
and zero percent solids in Question 1-24.  The POTW did not report a dry weight
in Question 1-16.  The dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge
and wastewater treatment  processes with POTW  3M5-108.   The end use
(Municipal Parks) was  classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.
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35-45-434
35-50-466
35-51-475
35-51-476
35-51-477


36-35-289
36-35-292
Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report dry weight in
Question 1-16 and wet weight in Question 1-24.  The dry weight was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-
10-050.  Monofill was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD:
Monofill.

Question V-21, concerning the depth to groundwater, was  not completed in the
questionnaire.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that the response should
be "g.  Greater than 12 meters."

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Distribution and
Marketing was classified as  LAND APPLICATION.  The end use (Farmers) was
classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  The
end use reported in Question II-1 was Animal Feed Crop Land, but two copies of
Part B  were submitted.  Both copies of Part B were identical except for Question
11-17.  From a followup call, the POTW resolved Question 11-17, and the second
copy of Part B was removed from the data set.  The Land Application  end use
(Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further review of the  questionnaire revealed that the percent solids is between 1 %
and 20%. If 6% is used for percent solids, then the calculated dry weight is equal
to the reported dry weight.  The  Land Application end use (Animal Feed Crop
Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Ocean Disposal in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW  indicated that not all of sewage sludge that was
generated in 1988 was disposed in 1988; the remaining sewage sludge was stored
at the plant.  Therefore, the dry weight reported in Question 1-16 is the correct
weight generated in 1988, and the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24 is the
correct weight disposed in 1988.  Ocean Disposal  was classified as UNKNOWN,
with the end use UNK: Ocean.
Reported Ocean Disposal  in  Questions 1-24 and  1-36.
classified as UNKNOWN, with the end use UNK: Ocean.
Ocean  Disposal was
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41-06-028
41-06-030
41-11-065
41-11-067

41-11-068


41-11-069
41-11-074


41-13-085
Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight  was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with  POTW  32-06-031.  Ocean Disposal was
classified as UNKNOWN, with the end use UNK: Ocean.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent
solids in Question 1-24.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that the dry
weight should have been 1.6 tons, and the percent solids should have been 0.8%.
The end uses (Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Question 1-24, but Co-Disposal Landfill in Question
1-36.  The POTW also reported Co-Disposal  Landfill on the schematic in  the
questionnaire,  and completed Section VI  of the  questionnaire for Co-Disposal
Landfill. Therefore,  it was determined that this POTW used Co-Disposal Landfill,
which was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

This POTW did not report  an annual  average daily total flow in Question I-9b.
From a followup call, the POTW reported the daily flow to be 0.225 MOD.

Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.   The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight  was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-36-331. Monofill was classified
as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.

Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Co^Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did  not
report, in Question 1-16, a dry weight  of sewage sludge disposed. Therefore, the
dry weight was calculated from the wet weight and percent solids reported in
Question 1-24, under the assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988
was also generated in 1988.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED
UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight  was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-36-323.  The Land Application end
use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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41-14-091
41-15-094


41-15-095
41-15-100


41-15-102
41-15-103
Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that question.  From a followup
call, the POTW  reported that the sewage sludge is stored for  12  months and
disposed in June or July each year.  The final disposal practice is  Co-Disposal
Landfill. Therefore, this POTW was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The Land Application end
use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further investigation of the data revealed that if the percent solids  were 0.2%,
rather than 2%, then the calculated dry weight would be equal to the  reported dry
weight. Therefore, it is assumed that the percent solids should have been reported
as 0.2%.  The  end  use  (Animal Feed Crop  Land) was classified  as  LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and  1-36, and also reported "Drying
Bed" under Other in Question 1-24. The POTW did not report the dry weight of
sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.   From a followup  call, the POTW
corrected the wet and dry weights. The dry weight generated should be 32 tons.
The wet weight disposed by  Land Application should be 125 tons (with  13%
solids), and the wet weight disposed by "Other: Drying Bed" should be 27 tons
(with 60% solids.)  Because  "Drying Beds" is  assumed to be a treatment process,
rather  than a  disposal practice,  the  "Other:  Drying Beds" was   classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.  The
Land Application end uses reported in Question II-l were Animal Feed Crop Land
(70%), Human Food Crop Land (5%), and Pasture Land (25%). But, the only
end use reported in Question 11-16 (Part B of Section II) was Dedicated Land.
From a followup call,  the POTW reported the end uses to be Animal Feed Crop
Land (70%) and Government Land (30%). Additional copies of Part B for Section
II were submitted for the corrected end uses.  The end use of Animal Feed Crop
Land was classified  as LA: Agriculture.  The end use of Government Land was
classified as LA:  Public Contact Sites.

Additional copies of Part B in Section II (Land Application) were submitted by the
POTW for the corrected end uses.  Also,  from the followup call, the POTW
provided responses for Question II-5 which  were missing in the questionnaire:
0.8%  available nitrogen and 3.0%  available phosphorus.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Landscape
Contractors) was  classified as LA:  Public Contact Sites.
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41-15-107
41-15-109
41-15-113


41-16-118
41-16-123
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  From a
followup call, the POTW corrected the wet weight (4,233 tons). The end uses of
Animal  Feed  Crop Land  and  Other (Sod  Farms)  were  classified as  LA:
Agriculture.

Question n-23 was not completed in either copy of Part B in Section II of the
questionnaire.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that the response should
be "d. Other: Set Price" for both copies of Part B in Section II.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that Question.   The POTW
reported 2 to 5 years of storage, in Question 1-23, and reported, from a followup
call, that the  sewage  sludge  is stored  for  one  year and  disposed by Land
Application as needed.  Because the POTW did not dispose of any sewage sludge
in 1988, it was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set
equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Human Food
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that question. From a callback,
the POTW reported that the sewage  sludge is stored for 5 to 6 months and is
ultimately disposed by  Land Application.  Because the POTW reported the wet
weight, in Question 1-24, under Surface Disposal and not Land Application, it is
assumed that the sewage sludge was not applied to the  land in 1988.  Therefore,
this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was
set equal to zero tons.

The average daily flow rate for this POTW was reported to be 0.001 MOD in
Question I-9b. However, the POTW serves a population of 2579, which would
produce approximately 0.258 MOD  of wastewater.  From a followup call,  the
POTW confirmed that  the average daily design flow  (Question I-9a) was 0.33
MOD in 1988, and reported that the average daily flow  (Question I-9b) was 0.396
MOD in  1988.   The response to  Question I-9b was changed  in the  file:
DGPA011.SLU29702.SSE2091.UPDATE (S0102).

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Human Food
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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41-17-132           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did not report,
                    in Question 1-16, a dry weight of sewage sludge disposed.  Therefore,  the dry
                    weight was calculated from the wet weight and percent solids reported in Question
                    1-24, under the assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also
                    generated in 1988. The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was  classified as LA:
                    Agriculture.

41-17-136           This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.

41-18-137           Reported Land  Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end uses (Animal
                    Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

41-18-139           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

41-18-145           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question
                    1-36. However, the POTW did complete the Co-Disposal Landfill Section of the
                    questionnaire (Section VI), so  it  is assumed that the response to Question 1-36
                    should have been Co-Disposal Landfill.  The POTW did not report, in Question
                    1-16, a  dry weight of sewage sludge disposed.  Therefore, the dry weight was
                    calculated from the wet weight and percent solids reported in Question 1-24, under
                    the assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed in  1988 was also generated
                    in 1988.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
                    503.

41-19-152           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill  in Questions  1-24 and 1-36. The POTW  did not
                    report, in Question 1-16, a dry weight of sewage sludge disposed. Therefore, the
                    dry  weight was calculated from the wet weight and percent solids reported in
                    Question 1-24, under the assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed  in 1988
                    was also generated in 1988. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED
                    UNDER PART 503.

41-19-153           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
                    in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  Because
                    percent solids were reported in  Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
                    weight is correct. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
                    and  percent solids. The end use (Pasture Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

41-21-183           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

41-23-202           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
                    in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Therefore, the  dry  weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
                    wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-36-331. The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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41-24-215
41-24-223
41-25-230
41-30-250
41-30-252


41-30-254
This POTW did not report  dry  weight  in Question 1-16,  nor wet weight in
Question 1-24, and did not respond to Question 1-36.  In Question 1-24, under
Other, the POTW reported "Sludge Lagoon."  It was determined, from a review
of the  questionnaire  and trip report,  that  this POTW  uses a  Wastewater
Stabilization Pond.  Therefore, this POTW was classified as  UNKNOWN (UNK:
Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

This POTW did not respond  to Questions 1-16 and 1-36,  and indicated zero wet
tons  in Question 1-24 under Surface Disposal.  From a followup call, the POTW
reported that no sewage sludge was generated or disposed by this POTW in 1988.
Therefore, this POTW was classified as  UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry
weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison  of  sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 33-35-294.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as  LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison  of  sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 45-10-058.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

This POTW did  not report dry weight in  Question 1-16, nor wet weights in
Question 1-24, and did not respond to Question 1-36.  In Question 1-24, under
Other, the POTW reported "Sludge Lagoon."  It was determined, from a review
of the  questionnaire  and trip report,  that  this POTW uses a  Wastewater
Stabilization Pond.  Therefore, this POTW was classified  as  UNKNOWN (UNK:
Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as  LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
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41-36-312           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
                    in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.  From a
                    followup call, the POTW corrected the responses for Question 1-24 to  1,087 wet
                    tons and 2.3% solids.  The POTW reported the end uses  of Animal Feed Crop
                    Land and Land Reclamation  in Question II-1, but reported only Pasture Land in
                    Question II-16.  From a followup call,  the POTW reported  that Question II-l
                    should contain 100% for Pasture Land.  Therefore, the end use was classified as
                    LA: Agriculture. Based on the schematic in the questionnaire, a sewage sludge
                    sample should have been collected at this POTW.

                    This POTW did not report an annual average daily total flow in Question I-9b.
                    From a followup call, the POTW reported the daily flow to be 0.205 MOD.

                    Question II-5, concerning available nitrogen and phosphorus,  was  not completed
                    in the questionnaire. From a followup call, the POTW reported that these values
                    were not known.  Therefore, the responses remain missing in the data set.

41-36-316           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
                    in Question 1-16 was equal to the  wet weight reported in Question 1-24,  and the
                    percent solids were reported  as 0% in Question 1-24. From a followup call, the
                    POTW reported that the responses to Question 1-24 should be 4,647.5 wet tons and
                    0.3% solids.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated, from this information, to
                    be 13.9 dry tons. The end use (Pasture Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

                    From a followup call, the POTW  provided responses for the  missing data from
                    Section II in the  questionnaire:
                                         II-5a:   12.5%
                                         11-18:   a. No
                                         11-28:   b. Buffer zone
                                                d. Maximum slope requirement
                    The POTW also reported that available phosphorus is not  tested by this facility,
                    so the response to Question II-5b remains missing.

41-36-323           Reported "to regional plant" under Other in Question  1-24, and reported Land
                    Application in Question 1-36.  The POTW reported Land Application in Question
                    1-36, and completed Section II for Land Application, because the sewage sludge
                    is ultimately land  applied by the  regional plant.  Therefore, this  POTW was
                    classified as LAND APPLICATION.   The end use (Land  Reclamation)  was
                    classified as LA: Reclamation Site.
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41-36-327



41-36-330


41-36-331
41-36-337


41-37-338
41-38-344


41-38-346
Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that Question. From a followup
call, the POTW reported that the sewage sludge is stored at the POTW for up to
2V4 years. Because the sewage sludge was not disposed in 1988, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero
tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Because the only reported
end use was Dedicated Land, this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL
with the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option in that question. The questionnaire
indicated that sewage sludge is stored on a sewage sludge pile for less than 1 year,
but does not indicate what happens to the sewage sludge when it is removed from
the storage pile.  From  a followup call, the POTW  reported that the disposal
practice is Land Application.  Therefore, this POTW was  classified as  LAND
APPLICATION.  Because the end use is not known, the end use was classified as
LA: Undefined.   The reported dry weight in  Question 1-16 was equal  to the
reported wet weight in Question 1-24.  From a followup call,  the POTW provided
the correct wet weight of sewage sludge  disposed by Land Application (6.7 wet
tons at 30% solids).

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use was reported
as Other (Nursery), which was classified  as LA: Undefined.

This POTW did not report a dry weight in Question 1-16,  nor wet weights in
Question 1-24, and did not respond to Question 1-36.  In Question 1-24, under
Other, the POTW reported "Sludge Lagoon."  From a followup call, the POTW
reported that no sewage sludge was generated or disposed in 1988.  The POTW
has oxidation ponds and anticipates a sewage sludge problem in the next few years
but did not dispose any sewage sludge in 1988. Therefore, it was determined that
this POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond. This POTW was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the  dry weight was set  equal  to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that Question. This POTW also
indicated Surface Disposal on the schematic in the questionnaire and reported, in
Question 1-23, that there are no plans to remove the sewage sludge. Therefore this
POTW was classified  as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the  end use SD: Other.
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41-39-350
41-39-354


41-39-355


41-39-357
41-39-361


41-39-374
41-39-375




41-45-411


41-45-413
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24. Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and percent solids. The end use (Human Food Crop Land) was classified as LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Silviculture
land) was classified as LA: Forests.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry  weight was  imputed by comparison  of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-50-473. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.
Reclamation) was classified as LA: Reclamation Site.
The  end use (Land
This POTW did not report a dry  weight in Question 1-16, nor wet weights in
Question 1-24, and did not respond to Question 1-36.  In  Question 1-24, under
Other, the  POTW reported  "Discharged."   From a followup call,  the POTW
reported  that no sewage  sludge was disposed  in  1988.   The POTW uses  an
extended aeration process and has  a design  flow of 0.6 MGD.  Every once in a
while, in the event of high flow, some sewage sludge washes out.  In the event of
continuous high flow, approximately  1.6 MGD,  the plant equipment shuts down.
Because no sewage sludge was disposed in  1988, this POTW was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

This POTW did not respond to the  questionnaire.  Therefore, the POTW was
classified according to  the disposal practice  reported in the  1986 NEEDS survey,
which is  Land Application.  Because the end use is not known, the POTW was
classified as LA: Undefined.

Reported Land  Application in  Questions 1-24 and  1-36.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-36, but reported zero wet tons and zero
percent solids. In Question 1-24, under Other, the POTW also reported "Store on
Site." This POTW did not report a dry weight in Question 1-16.  From a review
of the questionnaire, it was determined that this POTW uses Surface Disposal.
The  dry  weight of sewage sludge disposed (700 tons) was obtained from the
POTW in a followup call.  This POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL,
with the end use SD: Other.
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41-45-416
41-45-424
41-45-425
41-45-428


41-45-433
41-47^39


41^8-449
Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions  1-24 and  1-36.  The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW correct the data in Question 1-24 to be 40 wet
tons and 5% solids for Co-Disposal Landfill.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified
as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

For Question I-34b(4), concerning total operating and maintenance expenses, the
POTW recorded the sum of Questions I-34a, I-34b(l), I-34b(2), and I-34b(3).
However, Question I-34b(4) requests the sum of Questions I-34b(l), I-34b(2), and
I-34b(3) only.   Therefore, the response to Question I-34b(4)  was corrected ($
51,322) and saved in the file: DGPA011.SLU29702.SSE2091.UPDATE(S0111).

This POTW reported the  dry weight  of sewage  sludge generated in 1988 in
Question 1-16,  but did not reported the  wet weight of sewage sludge disposed in
Question 1-24.  The POTW only reported "Transferred" under Other in Question
1-24.  Because the sewage sludge is transferred to another facility, information on
the amount of sewage sludge disposed is not available.  Therefore, the POTW was
classified as  UNKNOWN (UNK: Transfer). The dry weight was set equal to zero
because no sewage sludge was disposed in 1988 by this POTW.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The  reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24.  Further  investigation of the data revealed that if the percent solids were
25%, rather than 4%,  then the  calculated dry weight would be  equal  to the
reported dry weight.  Therefore, it is assumed that the percent solids were reported
as 4% to represent 1/4, and should have been reported as 25%.  Co-Disposal
Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36. Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further investigation of the data revealed that if the percent solids were  0.1%,
rather than 1%, then the calculated dry weight would be approximately equal to
the reported dry weight. Therefore, it  is assumed that the percent solids should
have been reported as 0.1%.  The end  use (Pasture Land) was classified as LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.
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41-48-450
41-49-456
41-50-458
41-50-460
41-50-462
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The dry weight reported
in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24. Because
percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the reported wet
weight is correct.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet weight
and percent solids. The end use (Human Food Crop Land) was classified as LA:
Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did not report
a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.  From a followup call,
the POTW stated that the dry weight of sewage  sludge generated could  be
calculated from the reported wet weight and percent solids from Question 1-24,
which is 9.78 dry tons. The POTW did not report an end use in Question II-1,
but reported Dedicated Land in  Question 11-16.  A followup call to the POTW
confirmed that the response to Question II-1 should be 100% for Dedicated Land.
Because the end use was Dedicated  Land, this POTW was classified as SURFACE
DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

Question  II-5, concerning available nitrogen and phosphorus, was not completed
in the  questionnaire.   From a followup call, the POTW reported the percent
available  nitrogen is 1.005%, but  that available phosphorus is not tested.  No
response was also provided for Question II-18.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW reported the
end uses of Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land in Question II-1, but only
completed Part B of Section II for Animal Feed Crop Land. Following a followup
call, the POTW  submitted a copy of Part B for Pasture Land.   The end uses
(Animal Feed Crop Land and Pasture Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.

Also, in Part B of Section II for Animal Feed Crop Land, the original data base
did not contain a response to Question II-17b.  However, further review of the
questionnaire revealed that the response should be 0.5 (average number of acres
per application), and the data set has been corrected.

This POTW did  not respond to the questionnaire.  Therefore, the POTW was
classified according to the disposal  practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which is Land Application.  Because the end use is not  known, the POTW was
classified as LA:  Undefined.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land and Pasture Land) was classified  as LA: Agriculture.  The end use
under other was classified as LA: Undefined.
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41-50-464
41-50-465
41-50^70


41-50-473


41-51-478
42-09-046
42-11-066
This POTW did not report a dry weight in Question 1-16 and did not respond to
Question 1-36.  In  Question 1-24,  under  Other, the POTW reported "Sludge
Lagoon" and reported zero wet tons of sewage sludge disposed.  From a followup
call, the POTW reported that the sewage sludge is retained until it is ready to be
disposed. Disposal by means of Land Application takes place once or twice a year
in June and October, but no sewage sludge was disposed in 1988.  Therefore, this
POTW was  classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and  the dry weight was set
equal to zero.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry  weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry  weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 45-16-124. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other in Question 1-24 with zero wet tons of
sewage sludge disposed, and reported zero dry tons generated in Question 1-16.
The POTW did not respond to Question 1-36.  It was determined, from a review
of the questionnaire, that this POTW was using a Wastewater Stabilization Pond.
Therefore, this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry
weight was set equal to zero tons.

This POTW did not report an annual average daily total  flow in Question I-9b.
From a  followup  call, the POTW reported that there is  no flow meter on this
facility,  so Question I-9b cannot be answered.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater  treatment processes  with POTW  42-22-188.   Distribution  and
Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use reported under
Other (Nurseries)  was classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater  treatment processes  with POTW  31-18-143.   Distribution  and
Marketing was classified  as LAND  APPLICATION.  The end use of Compost
Brokers  was classified as LA: Compost.   The end use of General Public was
classified as  LA: Sale.  The end use reported under Other (Board of Education)
was classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.
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42-12-082           Reported Co-Disposal  Landfill  in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   The dry  weight
                    reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
                    Because percent solids were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that  the
                    reported wet weight is correct. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
                    wet weight  and percent  solids.  Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified as NOT
                    COSTED UNDER PART 503.

42-20-165           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

42-21-182           Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
                    The reported  dry weight  in Question 1-16  did  not agree  with the dry  weight
                    calculated from Question 1-24.  The  POTW could not provide data from 1988
                    during a followup call.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of
                    sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 42-32-262.  The
                    Land Application end use of "On Site Lawn," that was reported under Other, was
                    classified as LA: Public Contact Sites.  Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified as NOT
                    COSTED UNDER PART 503.

                    Questions 11-27 and 11-28 were not  completed  in the questionnaire.  From a
                    followup call, the POTW provided the responses:
                                        11-27: a. No
                                        II-28: a. None.

42-22-190           Reported Land Application, Distribution and Marketing, and Co-Disposal Landfill
                    in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent solids in Questions 1-24 for
                    Distribution and Marketing.  From  a  followup call, the  POTW reported  the
                    missing percent solids and corrected the wet weights and percent solids for all of
                    the reported disposal practices:  Land Application (2,200 wet tons at 1% solids),
                    Distribution and Marketing (213  wet tons at 7% solids), and Co-Disposal Landfill
                    (1,971 wet tons at 7% solids). The Land Application end use (Pasture Land) was
                    classified as LA: Agriculture. The Distribution and Marketing end use of General
                    Public was classified as LA: Sale.  The Distribution and Marketing end use of
                    Landscape  Contractors was  classified as  LA:  Public Contact Sites.    The
                    Distribution and Marketing end use under other (Landfill Cover) was classified as
                    NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.  Co-Disposal Landfill  was also classified as
                    NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

42-22-192           Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry
                    weight In Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry  weight calculated from Question
                    1-24. Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge  and
                    wastewater  treatment  processes with  POTW  41-50-470.   Distribution  and
                    Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end uses were classified
                    as follows:  from Compost Brokers to LA: Compost, from General Public to LA:
                    Sale, and from Municipalities to LA: Public Contact Sites.
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42-22-195
42-32-262
42-35-278
42-35-284
42-40-379


42-45-412
42-50-461


43-35-304
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage sludge  and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 45-10-049. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Distribution and Marketing and Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION.  The end use
of Compost Brokers was classified as LA:  Compost.  The remaining end uses
(Landscape Contractors and Municipalities) were classified as LA: Public Contact
Sites.

Reported Monofill in Question 1-24, but reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Question
1-36.   The POTW also reported Co-Disposal Landfill  on  the schematic  and
completed Section VI of the questionnaire for Co-Disposal Landfill. Therefore,
the wet weight reported in Question 1-24  was reclassified under Co-Disposal
Landfill. The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did  not agree with the dry
weight calculated from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the dry weight was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 33-
39-368. Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as NOTCOSTED UNDER PART503.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24,  but did not report percent solids, and
did not respond to Question 1-36 because Surface Disposal was not an option for
that Question.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that the sewage sludge
is stored for 3 to 6 months and is disposed quarterly in a co-disposal landfill.
Because the sewage sludge was disposed  in 1988, this POTW was classified as
NOTCOSTED UNDER PART503. The POTW also reported in the followup call
that the dry weight of sewage sludge reported in Question 1-16 is equivalent to the
dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Reclaimed
Land) was classified as LA: Reclamation Site.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but reported zero wet tons
and zero percent  solids  in Question 1-24 and did  not report a dry weight in
Question 1-16. Therefore, the  dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage
sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 35-23-199.  The end use
(Pasture Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Incineration in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
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44-20-155
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW corrected the weights reported in Questions 1-16
and 1-24.  The dry weight generated in  1988 is 30.24 tons.   The wet weight
disposed in 1988 is 168 tons at 18% solids.  The  end use (Pasture Land) was
classified as LA: Agriculture.

Part B in Section II (Land Application) was not completed in the questionnaire.
From a followup  call, the POTW provided the following information to the
specific  Land Application questions of concern:
                     II-5a:  14.0%
                     II-5b:  2.6%
                     11-18:  b. Yes
                     11-22:  d. POTW personnel
                     11-28:  b. Buffer zone
                           d. Maximum slope requirement
                     11-29:  b. Yes
                     11-31:  a. Increase  acreage within this land category.

Reported Monofill  in Questions 1-24  and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry  weight calculated from Question 1-24.
From a followup call, the POTW reported that the dry weight in Question 1-16 is
correct  and  that the wet  weight  in Question  1-24 should be 2,111  tons,  as
calculated from the  reported  dry weight and  percent solids.   Monofill was
classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL , with  the end use SD:  Monofill.

Question V-21, concerning the depth to groundwater,  was not completed in the
questionnaire.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that the response should
be "d. 0.6 to 2 meters."
44-20-170


44-20-171


44-20-173


44-20-175
Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   Monofill was  classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Monofill in Questions  1-24  and  1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not agree with  the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore, the dry weight was  imputed  by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment  processes with POTW 41-50-473. Monofill was classified
as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Monofill.
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44-20-179


44-22-191
44-22-194
44-40-378
44-40-380
Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not  an option for that  question.   The POTW
indicated in the questionnaire that "sewage sludge is drawn off to sewage sludge
drying beds  to  dry, and stored indefinitely as we have no  means of disposal.
Alternatively, the liquid sewage sludge (about 2% solids) is trucked to Upper
Blackstone where it is mixed with the influent." It was determined, from a review
of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses SURFACE DISPOSAL. Therefore, this
POTW was classified as SD: Other.  The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did
not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24. However, the POTW
indicated on the questionnaire that the wet weight in Question 1-24 is estimated for
each dose and then multiplied by four doses per year.  Therefore, the dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 is the correct dry weight of sewage sludge generated in
1988 and is used as the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988.

Reported  Monofill in Questions  1-24  and 1-36.   Monofill was classified  as
SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end  use SD: Monofill.

Reported Land Application and Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
The  reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did  not agree with the dry weight
calculated from Question 1-24.   Therefore, the  dry  weight was imputed by
comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 45-
07-042. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOTCOSTED UNDER PART503.
The LAND APPLICATION end use  (Animal Feed  Crop Land) was classified as
LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not respond to Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that Question. From a followup
call, the POTW reported that the sewage  sludge "has  been stored at the POTW
since 1975.  The plant is in the process of upgrading  the facility to dewater the
sewage sludge. It is also applying waste management to haul future sewage sludge
production to a co-disposal landfill."  Because the ultimate disposal is Co-Disposal
Landfill,  and no sewage sludge was  disposed in 1988, this POTW was classified
as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503  and the dry weight was set equal to zero
tons.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW did not
report a dry  weight in Question 1-16.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated
from the wet weight and percent solids  reported in  Question 1-24, under the
assumption that all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also generated in
1988. Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART503.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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45-01-003

45-02-005
45-04-008
45-05-019
45-06-032
45-07-042
Reported "Sludge Lagoon" in Question 1-24, with zero wet tons, and did not
respond to Question 1-36.   The POTW  reported in the schematic,  in the
questionnaire,  that the sewage  sludge  is disposed in a  co-disposal landfill.
However,  the POTW also reported in  Question 1-23 that  the sewage  sludge is
stored in an impoundment for five to ten years, which indicates surface disposal.
From a followup call, the POTW reported that the sewage sludge is  stored in
lagoons and when the lagoons are cleaned, the sewage sludge is disposed in a co-
disposad landfill.  Therefore, this  POTW was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER
PART 503 and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons because no sewage sludge
was disposed in 1988.

This POTW was  classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" in Question 1-24, with zero wet tons, and did not
respond to Question 1-36.  The POTW also did not report a dry weight in Question
1-16. It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses
a Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.  Therefore, this POTW was classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Transfer"  under  Other in Question 1-24,  and did  not respond  to
Question 1-36.  This POTW transfers  to  POTW 25-04-009.   The trip report
indicates aerobic  digestion, then  transfer to the other POTW where the sewage
sludge is dried and land applied.  Therefore, this POTW was classified  as LAND
APPLICATION, with the  end use of LA: Compost.  The  dry weight calculated
from Question 1-24 is equal  to the dry  weight transferred  (Question 1-19).
Therefore, this dry weight is used as the dry weight of sewage sludge disposed by
LA: Compost in  1988.

Reported zero  wet tons,  at 2%  solids, under Surface Disposal  and  indicated
"Stored On Site"  under Other in Question 1-24.  The POTW reported in Question
1-23 that the there are no plans to remove the sewage sludge that is stored at the
POTW.  Because no  sewage  sludge was disposed in  1988, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other)  and the dry weight was set equal to zero
tons.

Reported zero wet tons under  Surface Disposal and indicated "Stored  On Site"
under Other in Question 1-24. From a followup call, the POTW reported that the
sewage sludge is  "stored for 12 to 24 months at a time and  is land applied once a
year or once every two  years."  Because  this facility ultimately uses Land
Application,  but  did not dispose  of sewage sludge  in 1988,  this POTW  is
considered to be  using temporary storage.  Therefore,  the  POTW  was  classified
as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Co-Disposal Landfill
was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.
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45-10-049
45-10-058
45-11-062
45-11-064
45-11-071
45-11-073
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did not report
end uses in Question II-1 and indicated on the questionnaire that they do not have
direct control over the application of the sewage sludge.  Therefore, this POTW
was classified as LA: Undefined.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The Distribution
and Marketing end use was reported in Question III-l as Other: Licensed Sludge
Hauler. Distribution and Marketing was classified as LAND APPLICATION, and
the end use was classified as LA: Undefined.

Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   The dry weight
reported in Question 1-16 was equal to the wet weight reported in Question 1-24.
Because percent solids  were reported in Question 1-24, it is assumed that the
reported wet weight is correct. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids.  Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not respond to Questions 1-16 and 1-36.  It was determined, from a
review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond.
Therefore, this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry
weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. The
POTW did not respond to Question 1-36.  It was determined, from a review of the
questionnaire, that this POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond.  Therefore,
this POTW was classified as  UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other) and the dry weight was
set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent
solids in Question 1-24.  The POTW did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge
generated in Question 1-16. From a followup call, the POTW reported that the
sewage sludge is stored  in lagoons  that are cleaned periodically.  Only the water
from the lagoons is sprayed onto the land.  Therefore, it was determined that this
POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond.  This POTW was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.
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45-11-077
45-11-079
45-13-083
45-13-086
45-13-089
45-14-092
45-14-093
Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but reported zero wet
tons and zero percent solids in Question 1-24.  The percent solids were imputed
according to the sewage sludge treatment processes (aerobic digestion and drying
beds) of this POTW.2  The wet weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was
calculated from the reported  dry weight and the imputed percent solids.   Co-
Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503.

This POTW did not respond  to the questionnaire.   Therefore,  the  POTW was
classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which is Co-Disposal  Landfill.  Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as  NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. It
was determined,  from a review of the questionnaire, that  this POTW uses  a
Wastewater  Stabilization  Pond.   Therefore, this  POTW was classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. It
was determined,  from a review of the questionnaire, that  this POTW uses  a
Wastewater  Stabilization  Pond.   Therefore, this  POTW was classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported a wet weight of sewage sludge disposed by Surface Disposal in Question
1-24, but did not report percent solids. It was determined, from a review of the
questionnaire, that this POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond.  From  a
followup call, the POTW reported that 0.005 wet tons of sewage sludge was also
disposed in a Monofill in 1988.  Therefore, the sewage sludge that was disposed
in a Monofill was classified as Surface Disposal (SD: Monofill).  The POTW was
also classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other), with zero dry tons, to account for the
wastewater  stabilization pond.

Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. It
was determined,  from a review of the questionnaire, that  this POTW uses  a
Wastewater  Stabilization  Pond.   Therefore, this   POTW was classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.
              Manual  for Performance Evaluation and  Troubleshooting at  Municipal
Wastewater Treatment Facilities,  USEPA  Office of Water  Program Operations, EPA-
430/9-78-001, January  1978, page 352.

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45-15-114


45-16-120
45-16-124
45-16-125
45-16-130
45-17-131
Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and  reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. It was
determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a Wastewater
Stabilization Pond. Therefore, this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:
Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent
solids in Question 1-24.  It is assumed that the reported dry weight (Question 1-16)
and wet weight (Question 1-24) are correct, and the percent solids were calculated
from the dry and wet weights.  The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was
classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application  and  Surface Disposal in  Question 1-24, but only
reported Land Application in Question 1-36 because Surface Disposal was not an
option in Question 1-36.   From a followup call, the POTW reported that "since
completing the survey, the POTW has received a permit to land apply all  of its
sewage sludge. The sewage sludge is stored for less than one year and is land
applied in the spring and fall."  The POTW also reported that the sewage sludge
is  stored for 2 to 5 years  in  Question 1-23.   From  this information, it was
concluded that a small amount of the sewage sludge was land applied in 1988, and
the remaining amount was stored until the permit was obtained.  Therefore, the dry
weight of sewage sludge disposed by Land  Application was classified as LA:
Agriculture (from the  end use  of Human Food Crop Land) and the remaining
amount of sewage sludge was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other). Under the
UNKNOWN category,  the dry  weight was set equal to zero tons  because the
sewage sludge was not disposed in 1988.

This POTW did not respond to the  questionnaire. Therefore, the  POTW was
classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which  is Co-Disposal  Landfill.  Co-Disposal  Landfill was classified  as  NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. It
was  determined, from a  review  of the  questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this  POTW  was classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question  1-16.
It was  determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this  POTW  was classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.
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45-18-138           Reported "To Other POTW" under Other in Question 1-24 and did not complete
                    Question 1-36.  In the schematic in the questionnaire, the POTW reported that the
                    facility which receives the sewage sludge disposes the sewage sludge in a co-
                    disposal landfill.  Therefore, this POTW was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER
                    PART 503.

45-18-141           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
                    in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
                    Therefore,  the dry  weight was  imputed  by comparison of sewage  sludge  and
                    wastewater  treatment processes with POTW 45-36-355.  The end use (Pasture
                    Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

                    Question II-5b,  concerning  available  phosphorus,  was not  completed  in the
                    questionnaire.  A followup call was placed to this POTW, but no response was
                    obtained. Therefore, the response to this Question remains missing in the data set.

45-19-154           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    It was determined,  from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
                    Wastewater  Stabilization  Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW  was  classified as
                    UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

45-20-168           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.   The reported dry
                    weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
                    1-24.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that information from 1988 was
                    not available, but the superintendent believed that the percent solids  reported in
                    Question 1-24 (18%) should have been roughly 12.5% to 13%.  Using 12.5%
                    solids, the calculated dry weight of disposed sewage sludge is 253.5 tons, which
                    is in agreement with the reported dry weight of generated sewage sludge (Question
                    1-16).  Also, from the followup  call, accurate 1991  data was provided (751,700
                    gallons  at  4%  solids), which  calculates  to be approximately  125 dry tons.
                    Therefore, the value reported in  Question 1-16 (250 dry tons) will be recorded as
                    the dry weight of sewage  sludge disposed by this facility.  Co-Disposal  Landfill
                    was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

45-23-208           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed,  in Question
                    1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
                    Wastewater Stabilization   Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was classified as
                    UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.
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45-24-218
45-24-220
45-24-222
45-25-227
45-25-229

45-25-231
Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated  in Question 1-16.  It
was determined, from a review of the  questionnaire,  that this POTW  uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The POTW did not report
a dry weight in Question 1-16. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids reported in Question 1-24, under the assumption that
all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also generated in 1988.  The end
use (Pasture Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.

Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore,  this POTW was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.
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45-26-237           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    It was  determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
                    Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore, this POTW  was  classified as
                    UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

45-28-241           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Animal Feed
                    Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

45-28-246           Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
                    and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in  Question 1-16.  It was
                    determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a Wastewater
                    Stabilization Pond. Therefore, this POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:
                    Other)  and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

45-29-247           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    It was  determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
                    Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore, this POTW  was  classified as
                    UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

                    This POTW did not report an annual average daily total flow in Question I-9b.
                    From a followup call, the POTW reported that the flow is recorded by the facility,
                    but the data is discarded every other year.  Therefore, at the time of the followup
                    call, Question I-9b could not be answered.

45-29-248           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.  It
                    was determined, from  a  review  of  the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
                    Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore, this POTW  was  classified as
                    UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

45-30-253           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and  reported zero dry tons of sewage  sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    However, the POTW reported Land Application in Question 1-36 and  completed
                    Section II of the questionnaire for Land Application.  From a followup call, the
                    POTW reported that only the water from the processing lagoons is applied to the
                    land.  The sewage sludge is allowed to settle in the lagoons and has never been
                    cleaned out.  Therefore, it was determined that this POTW was using Wastewater
                    Stabilization Ponds and the POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other)
                    with dry weight equal to zero tons.
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45-32-274
45-35-299


45-36-321
45-36-326
45-36-329


45-36-332


45-36-335
45-36-336
This POTW did not respond to the questionnaire.   Therefore, the POTW was
classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
which  is Co-Disposal Landfill.  Co-Disposal Landfill was  classified as  NOT
COSTED UNDER PART 503.

Reported Incineration  in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight in
Question 1-16 did not  agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-15-100.

Part B in Section IV  (Incineration) in the questionnaire contained missing data.
However, no responses were obtained from attempted followup calls.  Therefore,
the data remain missing in the data set.
Reported Ocean Disposal  in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36.
classified as UNKNOWN, with the end use UNK: Ocean.
Ocean  Disposal  was
Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.   Therefore, this  POTW  was  classified as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Therefore,  the dry weight was imputed  by comparison of sewage sludge and
wastewater treatment processes with POTW 31-06-033. Because the reported end
use was Dedicated Land, the POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL with
the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use  (Animal Feed
Crop Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported Land Application  in Questions  1-24 and 1-36.  The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA:  Agriculture.

Reported "Stored Off  Site" under Other in Question 1-24 and did  not complete
Question 1-36.   From a  followup call, the POTW reported that the ultimate
disposal practice is  Land Application, but the sewage sludge is  shipped to a
different  facility  before it is applied.  Therefore, this POTW was classified as
LAND APPLICATION.  Because no end use information  was provided  in the
questionnaire, this POTW was classified with the end use LA: Undefined.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The end  uses (Animal
Feed Crop Land and Human Food Crop Land) were classified as LA: Agriculture.
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45-37-339           This POTW did not respond to the questionnaire.   Therefore, the POTW was
                    classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
                    which is Co-Disposal Landfill.  Co-Disposal Landfill  was classified  as NOT
                    COSTED UNDER PART 503.

45-37-340           Reported "Sludge Lagoon" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question
                    1-24 and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.
                    The POTW also reported the sewage sludge storage as "anaerobic decomposition
                    by wasting ponds"  in Question 1-22, and "no plans to remove the sewage sludge"
                    in Question 1-23.  From a followup call, the POTW reported that there are  no
                    meters on the pumps to the lagoons.  It was determined, from a review of the
                    questionnaire and trip report, that this POTW uses Surface Disposal. Therefore,
                    this POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL, with the end use SD: Other.
                    The dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater
                    treatment processes with POTWs 41-36-323, 41-50-470, and 45-45-414.  Also,
                    based on schematic, a sewage sludge sample should have been collected at this
                    POTW.

45-38-342           Reported Land Application in  Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The end use (Pasture
                    Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

45-39-359           Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, and also reported "Storage"
                    under Other in Question 1-24.  The reported dry weight  in Question 1-16 did not
                    agree with the dry weight calculated  from Question 1-24.  Therefore, the  dry
                    weight was imputed by comparison of sewage sludge and wastewater treatment
                    processes with POTW 32-06-031.  The sewage sludge reported as "Storage" was
                    classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was set equal to zero
                    because the sewage sludge was  not disposed in 1988.  The Land Application end
                    use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

45-39-360           Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
                    and reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16. From a
                    followup call, the POTW reported that no sewage sludge was disposed  in 1988.
                    The sewage sludge was being washed out of secondary clarifiers and PADER was
                    aware of this.  The POTW has  since started to ship the sewage sludge to another
                    treatment plant for disposal. Because no sewage sludge was disposed in 1988, this
                    POTW was classified as UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was  set
                    equal to zero.
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45-39-366           Reported  Surface Disposal,  and indicated "Stored  on Site"  under  Other,  in
                    Question 1-24 and reported Distribution and Marketing in Question 1-36.  From a
                    followup  call, the POTW reported that Distribution and Marketing was used
                    through March of 1988 and the sewage sludge was stored on site for the remainder
                    of the year.  Since then, the sewage sludge has been disposed by  Co-Disposal
                    Landfill.  Therefore, 25% of the sewage sludge disposed by this POTW was
                    disposed by Distribution and Marketing and 75% was stored for future disposal in
                    a  co-disposal  landfill.    Distribution and Marketing  was classified as  Land
                    Application. The end use of farmers was classified as LA: Agriculture and the end
                    use of General Public was classified as LA: Sale. The sewage sludge intended for
                    Co-Disposal Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503, but the
                    dry weight was set equal to zero tons because the sewage sludge was not disposed
                    in 1988.

45-39-372           This POTW did not  respond to the questionnaire.  Therefore, the POTW was
                    classified according to the disposal practice reported in the 1986 NEEDS survey,
                    which is  Co-Disposal Landfill.   Co-Disposal  Landfill was classified as NOT
                    COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

45-39-373           Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
                    and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question 1-16.  The
                    questionnaire indicated that sewage sludge is stored in  above-ground containers or
                    other containers indefinitely.  From a followup  call, the POTW reported that the
                    sewage sludge is stored on a surface disposal  site at the facility.  The POTW
                    reported in Question  1-23 that there are no plans to remove the sewage sludge.
                    Therefore, this POTW was classified as  UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry
                    weight was set equal to zero tons.

                    The values reported in Questions I-9b(l), I-9b(2), and I-9b(3), concerning specific
                    daily flows, were reported as gallons per day (GPD) rather than million gallons per
                    day (MGD). The correct values should be:
                                        I-9b(l)  = 0.00015689 mgd
                                        I-9b(2)  = 0.00078445 mgd
                                        I-9b(3)  = 0.0000364 mgd.
                    These  values    have   been   corrected   and   saved   in   the   file:
                    DGPA011.SLU29702.SSE2091.UPDATE(S0102).

45^2-387           This POTW was classified as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.

45-42-390           Reported Co-Disposal Landfill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but reported zero wet
                    tons and no percent solids in Question 1-24. The POTW also did not report a dry
                    weight in  Question 1-16. The dry weight was imputed by comparison of sewage
                    sludge and wastewater treatment processes with POTW 41-36-323. Co-Disposal
                    Landfill was classified as NOT COSTED  UNDER PART 503.

45-42-392           Reported "New Facility" under Other in Question 1-24 and did not report sewage
                    sludge weights in Questions 1-16 and 1-24.  Therefore, this POTW was classified
                    as INELIGIBLE/OUT OF BUSINESS.


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45-45-403
45-45-408
45-45-409
Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not complete Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was not an option for that question.  The POTW reported
in Questions 1-22 and 1-23 that sewage sludge is stored in an impoundment and
there are no plans to remove the sewage sludge.  From a followup call, the POTW
reported that Surface Disposal is used to  store sewage sludge on site, and they
hope to get permission to compost the sewage sludge. Therefore,  the POTW was
classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL with the end use SD: Other.

Reported Distribution and Marketing in Questions 1-24 and 1-36. The reported dry
weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question
1-24.  From a followup call, the POTW provided a "better estimate" for the dry
weight in Question 1-16.  However, the reported dry weight and the calculated dry
weight still did not agree.  Because  the  POTW  referred to  the dry  weight in
Question 1-16 as an estimate, the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24 is used
as the dry  weight of sewage sludge disposed in 1988.  Distribution and Marketing
was classified as LAND APPLICATION. The end use (Farmers) was classified as
LA: Agriculture.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further investigation of the data revealed that if the percent solids were  10%,
rather than 1%, then the calculated dry weight would be  approximately equal to
the reported dry weight. Therefore, it is  assumed that the percent solids should
have been reported as 10%.   The end  use of Pasture  Land was reported in
Question II-1, but Question 11-16 (in Part B) was not completed. From a followup
call, the POTW reported that Part B was completed for Pasture Land, so Question
II-16 should have  indicated Pasture  Land.   The  end  use  (Pasture Land) was
classified as LA: Agriculture.

Questions  II-5  and  11-18  were  not completed in the  questionnaire.   From a
followup call, the POTW reported that it does not measure the sewage sludge for
available nitrogen and phosphorus.  Therefore, the response to Question II-5
remains missing.   The response to Question 11-18 should have been "c. Not
applicable."

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not complete Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal was  not an option for that question.  From a followup
call,  the POTW reported that  the sewage  sludge is stored for one month and is
then disposed by means of a Co-Disposal  Landfill.  Because sewage sludge was
disposed in 1988 and the POTW  does not  permanently dispose of sewage sludge
through surface disposal,  it was determined that this POTW uses Co-Disposal
Landfill.  Therefore, the POTW was classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART
503.  The reported dry weight in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight
calculated  from Question 1-24.  Further review of the questionnaire revealed that
the wet weight of sewage sludge reported in Question 1-24 should be 6,650 tons,
rather than 2,650 tons. With the corrected wet weight, the reported dry weight
agrees  with the calculated dry weight.
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45-45-415
45-45-422


45-45-423
45-48-451
45^8^52
Reported  Monofill in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  Monofill was classified as
SURFACE DISPOSAL with the end use SD: Monofill.

Reported Surface Disposal, with zero wet tons, in Question 1-24 and  did not
complete Question 1-36. The POTW also reported zero dry tons of sewage sludge
generated in Question 1-16. It was determined, from a review of the questionnaire,
that this POTW uses a Wastewater Stabilization Pond. Therefore, this POTW was
classified as UNKNOWN (UNK:  Other) and the dry weight was  set equal to zero
tons.

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and  1-36.   The end use (Pasture
Land) was classified as LA: Agriculture.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not complete Question 1-36
because Surface  Disposal was not an option for  that question.  The POTW
reported, in Questions 1-22 and 1-23, that the sewage sludge is stored in a sewage
sludge pile and  there are  no plans  to  remove the sewage sludge.   It was
determined, from a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses  Surface
Disposal.  Therefore,  the POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL with the
end use SD: Other. Also, based on the schematic, a sewage sludge sample should
have been collected at this POTW.

Reported Surface Disposal in Question 1-24, but did not complete Question 1-36
because Surface Disposal  was not an option for that question.  From a followup
call, the POTW reported that the sewage sludge is stored for more than ten years.
In the winter of 1990, the sewage sludge was disposed by means of a co-disposal
landfill.  The  facility is  now waiting for approval from the state to  continue
landfilling the  sewage sludge.  Because the ultimate disposal practice is a Co-
Disposal Landfill but the sewage sludge was not disposed in 1988, this POTW was
classified as NOT COSTED UNDER PART 503 and the dry weight was set  equal
to zero tons.

In Question I-34b, concerning operating and maintenance expenses, the responses
to Questions I-34b(l) and I-34b(2) were recorded as quote marks (") in the
questionnaire.  Because it is unclear what the correct responses should be, and
because the total  in Question I-34b(4)  is equal to the response to Question I-34a,
the responses to  Questions I-34b(l) and I-34b(2) have been changed to missing
values in the file: DGPA011 .SLU29702.SSE2091 .UPDATE (SOI 11).

Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The reported dry weight
in Question 1-16 did not agree with the dry weight calculated from Question 1-24.
Further review of the questionnaire revealed that the dry- weight of sewage sludge
generated should  be 0.19 tons and the percent solids  from Question 1-24 should be
1.52%.  With  this information,  the reported  dry weight and the  calculated dry
weight agree.  The end use (Animal Feed Crop Land) was classified  as LA:
Agriculture.
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45-50-463
45-50-469
45-50-474
46-35-295
Reported Land Application in Questions 1-24 and 1-36.  The POTW did not report
a dry weight in Question 1-16.  Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the
wet weight and percent solids reported in Question 1-24, under the assumption that
all of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also generated in 1988. Because the
reported  end  use  is Dedicated Land, the POTW  was classified  as SURFACE
DISPOSAL with the end use SD: Dedicated Land.

Reported Surface Disposal, with wet weight and percent solids, in Question 1-24,
but reported Land Application  in Question 1-36.  The POTW did not report a dry
weight in Question 1-16. Therefore, the dry weight was calculated from the wet
weight and percent solids reported in Question 1-24 under the assumption that  all
of the sewage sludge disposed in 1988 was also generated in 1988. The POTW
reported, in Questions 1-22 and 1-23, that the sewage sludge is stored in a sewage
sludge pile and  there  are  no plans to remove  the  sewage  sludge.   It was
determined, from  a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses Surface
Disposal. Therefore, the POTW was classified as SURFACE DISPOSAL with the
end use SD: Other.

Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question  1-16.  It
was  determined, from  a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.    Therefore,  this POTW  was  classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was  set equal to zero tons.

Reported "Discharged" under Other, with zero wet tons disposed, in Question 1-24
and did not report a dry weight of sewage sludge generated in Question  1-16.  It
was  determined, from  a review of the questionnaire, that this POTW uses a
Wastewater  Stabilization Pond.    Therefore,  this POTW  was  classified  as
UNKNOWN (UNK: Other) and the dry weight was  set equal to zero tons.

Reported Ocean Disposal in Questions 1-24 and 1-36, but did not report percent
solids in Question  1-24.  It is assumed that the reported dry weight (Question 1-16)
and wet weight (Question 1-24) are correct, and the percent solids were calculated
from the dry and wet weights.  Ocean Disposal was  classified as UNKNOWN with
the end use UNK: Ocean.
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         10. LOGNORMAL ESTIMATES FROM STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLES
Monte Carlo simulation results are used in this chapter to illustrate the distributional properties associated
with weighted mixtures of random variables that are lognormally distributed.  Specifically,  these
simulations were conducted to visually assess the assumption that the weighted combination of lognormal
random variables  approximates  a lognormal distribution.   This  assumption is the  basis  for  the
multicensored maximum-likelihood estimates of national pollutant concentrations reported in Chapter 7.
Motivations for  the study are presented in Section 10.1; design  and results of the simulations  are
presented in Section 10.2.

10.1  MOTIVATIONS FOR THE STUDY

In order to estimate the current (assumed to be relatively small) risk to human health and the environment
from the use or disposal of sewage sludge and to determine the economic impact of the Final Standards
for  the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503), the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) conducted the National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS) in late 1988 and early  1989.

The NSSS  was designed  with both  a questionnaire and  an analytical sampling component.   For  the
analytical sampling component of the survey, Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) were selected
at random from within each of the four flow rate strata.  Membership of a POTW within a strata was
based on responses to questions in the 1986 NEEDs Survey, conducted by EPA's Office of Municipal
Pollution Control,  on the influent flow rate for wastewater treated by the POTW.  Approximately 200
POTWs that practice secondary or better wastewater treatment were selected to participate in the survey.
The analytical samples of treated sewage sludge ready for use or disposal were collected in scoops, placed
in sample jars, and later physically analyzed for 412 potential pollutants.  The proposed Final Standards
for  the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503) focused on 28 pollutants of concern. The
estimation  procedure  presented  here takes lognormal  estimates  for  the  distribution of  pollutant
concentrations within strata and extrapolates to a national  distribution for each pollutant. A breakdown
of the sample size/population by flow rate is provided in Table 10-1.

The two purposes for calculating these national distributions are to support screening analyses during the
early development  stages of the Final Standards for the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part
503) and to provide information to the public. For development of the Final Standards, the estimation
procedure is used in screening analyses to provide preliminary economic impact estimates for pollutant
limits. The full economic analysis, as well as the aggregate risk analysis, is based on the observed-
multivariate distribution rather man the parametric-univariate distributions discussed  here.  The public
dissemination of these analytical results helps to succinctly describe, for wastewater engineers and other
interested citizens,  national distributions for individual pollutants of concern in sewage sludge as found
between POTWs that practice secondary  or better wastewater treatment.
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                                        TABLE 10-1

                POST-STRATIFICATION POPULATION AND  SAMPLE SIZES FOR
                     POTWS THAT USE OR  DISPOSE OF SEWAGE  SLUDGE
                   AFTER SECONDARY OR BETTER WASTEWATER TREATMENT
       Influent Flow to Treatment
       (Millions of  Gallons per  day)
Population Size
Sample Size
Greater Than 100
Greater Than 10 but Less Than 100
Greater Than 1 but Less Than 10
Less Than 1
National
27
318
1,927
6,225
8,497
19
54
64
41
178
10.2 DESIGN AND RESULTS OF SIMULATIONS

Simulations were designed to show if the assumption that weighted linear combinations of independent
lognormal random variables approximates a lognormal distribution leads to useful approximations for the
national distribution of pollutant concentrations in sewage sludge. This assumption is the basis for the
maximum-likelihood estimates (MLE) reported in Chapter 7.  Therefore, each set of simulations uses a
sample size equal  to the sample frame for the NSSS.  In 1988, there were 8,497 POTWs that used or
disposed of sewage sludge while practicing secondary or better wastewater treatment.  POTWs that use
wastewater stabilization ponds as  a form of secondary treatment were excluded  from this count as no
samples of such POTWs were obtained during the NSSS.  Further, strata means and variances used as
parameters in the  simulation are chosen from survey strata estimates reported in Section 7.4 and the
simulated distributions are probability plotted, and hypotheses tested, against the associated estimates for
national distributions.

To succinctly describe the national distribution for individual pollutants of concern, certain assumptions
are made before calculation is begun.  The estimation procedure assumes a model where there is a single
mean pollutant concentration across the Nation with variance terms for within-strata and between-strata.
The national distribution, the within-strata distribution, and the between-strata distribution are all assumed
to be lognormal distributions that are independent and identically  distributed.   The assumption of
lognormality for pollutant concentrations in sewage sludge is a common assumption. The assumption that
the within-strata distributions are identically distributed contradicts the assumptions that led the survey
designers to select a stratified sampling plan.   It is the sensitivity of  this assumption to certain known
deviations that this simulation study will address.
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Operationally, there are three major steps to the estimation calculation. None of the steps themselves are
unusual, but their combination in unusual. First, observation space estimates of within-strata means and
variances  are calculated using the maximum-likelihood technique presented in Section 7.4.   Then,
between-strata variance estimates are calculated using standard methods for stratified survey analysis.
Finally, national estimates are calculated by using the within-strata means and variances, between-strata
variances, and standard methods for stratified survey analysis.

Strata estimates, calculated by maximum-likelihood methods as reported in Section 7.4, for five pollutants
of concern were intentionally selected for simulation.  This was done because it is assumed that a lack
of homogeneity will cause problems with estimating  a single lognormal distribution that characterizes
pollutant  concentrations across the  Nation.   Distributional  parameters  for Zinc, Beryllium,  and
Molybdenum were chosen because the within-strata mean and variance estimates for these pollutants
"looked" more homogenous than other estimates calculated from  the survey.  Within-strata means and
variance estimates for a particular pollutant "looked" homogenous  in the sense that they agreed to within
an order of magnitude.  Distributional parameters for Aldrin and PCB-1248 were chosen because the
within-strata  mean and variance estimates for these pollutants  "looked" less homogenous than others
calculated from the survey. Within-strata mean and variance estimates for a particular pollutant "looked"
less homogenous in the sense that they did not agree to within an order of magnitude.  Strata sizes,
sample sizes, means, standard deviations, log-means, and log-standard deviations for these pollutants are
presented  in Table 10-2.

Generators capable of producing random variates from known distributions are completely deterministic.
Given the same starting value on the same type of computer, they will always produce the same sequence
of random variates. A random number generator is only random in the sense that sequences of numbers
produced  from it are  able to pass certain standard  statistical  tests.' Therefore,  to  ensure that each
simulation for a particular pollutant did not  contain any part of  the sequence used for the others, all
simulations for a particular pollutant were run sequentially. In order to make the simulation repeatable,
a starting value for the generator was chosen explicitly. For comparative purposes, simulations for each
pollutant are  run on the same sequence of random  numbers. The generator used here is the RANNOR
function in SAS Version 6.06, which is a  congruential generator.

The usefulness of the procedure for calculating national estimates  is evaluated in two ways.  First,
probability plots for the assumed distributions are overlaid by probability plots for measurements from
the simulated population.  To assist in the interpretation  of these plots, see Figure 10-1 titled "Ten
Simulations for Lognormal Random Variables."  This simulation shows deviates where all strata are
generated  from  the same lognormal distribution, with log-mean zero  and  log-variance one.  Each
probability plot shows both the assumed and the observed relative position for each simulated datum.
Then, the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test is used to compare the  simulated distribution to the assumed
distribution.
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             TABLE 10-2

  NATIONAL  SEWAGE SLUDGE SURVEY:
SELECTED DISTRIBUTIONAL PARAMETERS
Pollutant
Aldrin




Beryllium




Molybdenum




PCB-1248




Zinc




Flow Group
>100 MGD
10100 MGD
10100 MGD
10100 MGD
10100 MGD
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Results are discussed in terms of results from probability plots, presented in Figures  10-2 through 10-6
and results of the Kolraogorov-Smirnov test of lognormality with known mean and variance.  Then
conclusions are made in regard to use of the estimation procedure under study in application to the NSSS.

Pollutants whose parameter  estimates for within-strata  "look" homogenous have simulated national
distributions  that visually  "look"  similar to those national distributions generated  by the estimation
procedure  under study.   Pollutants whose  parameter  estimates for within-strata did  not "look"
homogenous  have simulated national distributions that visually "look" quite different than the national
distributions generated by the estimation procedure under study. Inspection of the probability plots for
those pollutants whose parameter estimates for within-strata "look"  homogenous will also show that, for
each pollutant, the small deviations from the assumed distribution, in both the upper and lower tails, is
systematic over each set of 10 simulations.  The systematic deviations indicate bias in the procedure, but
the visual impact of those deviations is such that they seem likely to be inconsequential when compared
to deviations from lognormality in the underlying data.   Additionally, all  of the simulations provide
reasonable  approximations to a straight  line and that indicates that the results of all simulations are
approximately lognormal in distribution.  It seems unlikely that any other type of parametric distribution
will fit better than the  lognormal.

A critical value for each family of tests was chosen using the Bonferoni approximation. The test-wise
error rate was set at 0.01 and the  family-wise error rate was set at 0.10.  In each case, the hypothesis
that the family of simulations come from  a lognormal distribution with a known mean and variance was
rejected.

In application to the NSSS, the procedure under study appears to provide an adequate approximation for
two reasons.  Those cases where the national pollutant concentration estimates fit the simulations poorly
are also cases where the strata estimates themselves are questionable. It seems likely that the underlying
data for those pollutants do not follow a lognormal distribution.  Additionally, the stratification by flow
group in this survey was done as much for the economic data to be collected as  it was for the pollutant-
concentration data. The same treatment processes and types of industrial discharges could well be found
in almost all strata.  Therefore, it is not unreasonable that the pollutant concentrations between strata are
approximately the same.
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                 Figure 10-1
Ten Simulations for Lognormal Random Variables
                      10-6

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                  Figure 10-2
Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Aldrin"
                      10-7

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                   Figure 10-3
Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Berylium"
                       10-8

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                    Figure 10-4
Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Molybdenum"
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                   Figure 10-5
Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "PCB-1248"
                       10-10

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                 Figure 10-6
Probability Plots for Ten Simulations of "Zinc"
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  APPENDIX




DATA LISTINGS

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                    PART Al

DATA LISTING FOR THE NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS
        FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

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                                         APPENDIX

                                      DATA LISTINGS

This appendix provides three data listings.  Part  Al presents pollutant-concentration data from the
National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS) for the pollutants of concern listed in the proposed Final
Standards for the Use and Disposal of Sewage Sludge (40 CFR, Part 503), (54 Federal Register 5746-
5902; February 6,1989). These data were used to produce the flow rate stratum and national pollutant
concentration estimates reported in Chapter 7 of this document.

Data listed in Part Al were extracted from the National Sewage Sludge Survey (NSSS) analytical data
base and edited.  Edits were performed to achieve the following objectives:

        (a)    Delete data  from samples of sludge that had received  only primary treatment. These
              samples are  indicated in the NSSS data base as PRI_SLG='T.'

        (b)    Average the variable AMOUNT for duplicate samples. These samples were indicated
              in the NSSS by  the variable DUPFLAG='T.'   The  variable  DETLIMIT was also
              averaged for duplicate samples.  In the data listing, average values can be distinguished
              by those observations for which the sample number is blank.

        (c)    Transform AMOUNT to the natural logarithm scale.  This information is recorded under
              the variable LNAMOUNT.  Likewise, the natural logarithm transform of DETLIMIT is
              recorded in the variable LNDL.

Pollutants are referred to as analytes in the NSSS analytical data base. Observations are presented in Part
Al by analyte and stratum.  The recorded stratum number designates the survey design flow rate group
from which the sample was obtained. Observed maxima for detected values and for the value of amount
with the minimum-level value substituted for nondetects are listed in Table A-l, on the next page.

Part A2, which starts on page A-51, provides a data listing of the NSSS Data Conventions Data Base.
Data in those data base reflect edits to NSSS Questionnaire Data Base responses for a select set of
questions.  These edits are documented in Chapter 9. Part A2 contains the regulatory analytical (RA)
use or disposal practice and  dry weight of sewage sludge disposed by each POTW in the NSSS.  These
data were used to generate estimates reported in Chapters 2, 3, and 5 of this document.

Finally, Part A3 lists pollutant concentrations found in sewage sludge from 16 POTWs after primary and
secondary treatment of wastewater.  Results of the analyses of these data, which were extracted from the
"40 City Study" data base are reported in Chapter 8.  Part A3 begins on page A-164.
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                                                    TABLE A-l

                               OBSERVED MAXIMUM VALUES FOR POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                     FROM THE RATIONAL SEWAGE SLUDGE SURVEY
Pollutant
Aldrin
Arsenic
Benzene
Benzo(a)pyrene
Beryllium
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Fhthalat
Cadmium
Cadmium"
Chlordan*
Chromium
Copper
Dleldrln
Eeptachlor
Bexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Lead
Llndane (gamraa-bhc)
Mercury
Molybdenum
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
Nickel
PCB-1016
PCB-1221
PCB-1232
PCB-1242
PCB-1248
PCB-1254
PCB-1260
Phosphorus
Percent Solids
Selenium
Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen
Tozaphene
Trichloroethene
Zinc
4,4'-DDD
4.4--DDE
4.4--DDT
Unit
MgAg
mgAg
MgAg
MgAg
mgAg
MgAg
mgAg
mgAg
MSAg
mgAg
mgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
mgAg
MgAg
mgAg
mgAg
MgAg
mgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
mgAg
X
mgAg
mgAg
MgAg
MgAg
mgAg
MgAg
MgAg
MgAg
National
Detection
Rate
3
80
0
3
22
63
69
69
0
91
100
5
0
0
0
80
0
64
53
0
67
0
0
0
0
9
9
10
100
100
68
100
0
1
100
0
1
2
Number
of
Samples
238
239
240
240
239
240
239
238
238
239
239
238
238
240
240
239
238
239
239
240
239
238
238
238
238
238
238
238
241
239
239
239
238
240
239
238
238
238
Maximum Maximum Value
Detected Value (Nondetects-minimum level)
45.90
316.00
220.00
24,700.00
3.90
891,000.00
8,220.00
499.00
489.00
3,750.00
3,120.00
47.50
22.60
.
.
1,670.00
75.70
47.00
67.90
.
976.00
.
.
,
,
5,200.00
9.350.00
4,010.00
71,700.00
100.00
70.00
258,000.00
.
3,300.00
68,000.00
391.00
190.00
121.00
105.00
316.00
71,400.00
217,000.00
21.00
891,000.00
8,220.00
499.00
2,630.00
3,750.00
3,120.00
105.00
211.00
217,000.00
217,000.00
1,670.00
263.00
47.00
105.00
1,090,000.00
976.00
2,110.00
2,110.00
2,110.00
2,110.00
5,200.00
9.350.00
4,010.00
71,700.00
100.00
84.60
258,000.00
10,500.00
71,400.00
68,000.00
526.00
526.00
211.00
•  Estimates Generated After Deleting an Extreme Outlier Observation From Stratum 3.
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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1 A4Z
ti&
	 ANALTTE=ALDRIN STRATUM=1 	
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
A LOR IN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
16821 10.67
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046 29
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141


16884
16896
JIIJJLI VTir*ซt nnvu eTni-nnj-A
10.32
7.66
8.82
8.35
8.14
10.55
9.84
15.45
5.18
5.24
10.53
92
10.19
8.80
10.54
11.43
4.49
11.47
6.53
10.06
6.56
11.97
13.50
15.00
9.83
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
ALDRIN 2 16527 . 11.25
ALDRIN 2 16528 . 17.33
ALDRIN 2 16814 . 10.92
ALDRIN 2 16818 . 10.62
ALDRIN 2 . 11.12
ALORIN 2 16834 . 9.10
ALDRIN 2 .6.57
ALDRIN 2 16529 . 16.67
ALDRIN Z . 7.47
ALDRIN 2 16810 . 9.57
ALDRIN 2 16811 . 4.70
ALDRIN 2 16833 . 6.30
ALDRIN 2 17025 . 11.79
ALDRIN 2 . 17061 . 10.11
ALDHIN 2 16743 . 10.54
ALDRIN 2 . 15.15
ALDRIN 2 16831 . 12.46
ALDRIN 2 16832 . 10.59
ALDPIM * l67" * 12*03
ALDRIH | 16868 . Ji'Xt

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.40
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
JJ54J5

LNDL
2.37
2.33
2.04
2.18
2.12
2.10
2.36
2.29
2.74
1.64
1.66
2.35

2.32
2.18
2.35
2.44
1.50
2.44
1.88
2.31
1.88
2.48
2.60
2.71
2.29
LNDL
2.42
2.85
2.39
2.36
2.41
2.21
1.88
2.81
2.01
2.26
1.55
1.84
2.47
2.31
2.36
2.72
2.52
2.36
2.49
ง•48

SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30


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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1556
1564
1564
ANALYTE
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
3'
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA  LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                   ANALYTE=ALDRIN STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16623
                            16025

                            16806
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
UNT DETLIMIT
12.05
11.28
8.75
10.43
8.60
7.40
8.00
9.01
11.05
3.46
11.62
11.00
11.19
.96
.92
4.08
7.52
10.00
10.83
10.66
13.11
22.27
3.60
.81
9.27
.71
.77
.61
.75
.46
10.00
4.68
10.00
9.75
10.39
'4.27
11.94
10.20
10.31
6.71
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.40
UG/KG 3.83
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.66
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
2.49
2.42
2.17
2.34
2.17
2.00
2.06
2.20
2.40
1.24
2.45
2.40
2.42
*
.
1.41
2.02
2.30
2.38
2.37
2.57
3.10
1.26
.
2.23
2.27
1.91
2.28
2.28
2.25
2.30
1.54
2.30
2.26
2.34
1.45
2.48
2.32
2.33
1.90
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.60
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1IU
ANALYTE
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN

S
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3





























1
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS .FOR THE  28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 " ANALYTE=ALDRIN STRATUH=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16532
                            16533
                            16534
                            16617
                            16819
                            16816
                            16536
                            16886
                            16861
                            16862
                            16830
                            16851
                            16809

                            16843
                            16844
                            16841

                            16826
                            16829

                            16878
                            16869
                            16800
                            16806
                            17016
                            17047
                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            Hill
UNT DETLItllT
4.55
7.12
3.78
3.73
7.35
4.56
10.24
10.47
12.61
10.84
11.25
12.05
12.86
22.36
9.54
6.28
13.75
24.04
4.19
10.86
9.39
10.15
34.00
3.80
12.94
5.15
12.38
10.68
5.26
1.10
10.60
14.31
10.71
10.00
10.85
11.03
11.20
13.07
11.11
10.77
11.03
5.40
10.50
5.60
105.26
9.45
10.69
15.05
.69
5.01
50.74
• • 9*19
• 12.40
UNIT LNAHOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG •
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG x 2.98
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/Be* :
LNOL
1.51
1.96
1.33
1.32
2.00
1.52
2.33
2.35
2.53
2.38
2.42
2.49
2.55
3.11
2.26
1.84
2.62
3.18
1.43
2.38
2.24
2.32
3.53
1.33
2.56
1.64
2.52
2.37
1.66
0.10
2.36
2.66
2.37
2.30
2.38
2.40
2.42
2.57
2.41
2.38
2.40
1.69
2.35
1.72
4.66
2.25
2.37
2.71
.
1.61
3.93
1:1!
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
•41:H

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SAMPLE AMOUNT
17002
17003
17005
17001
• • ' • •
17090
17091
17069
16604
17070
17067
16683 20.97
16891
16892
17143 26.42
• • •
DETLIMIT
6.20
5.15
10.65
5.74
9.49
10.96
10.60
4.43
10.31
7.47
11.66
.
10.91
4.63
.
11.33
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.04
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.27
UG/KG
LNDL
1.82
1.64
2.38
1.75
2.25
2.40
2.36
1.49
2.33
2.01
2.46
.
2.39
1.56
.
2.43
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.60
•59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15

EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1369
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1476
1488
\m
ANALYTE
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIII
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
• ALDRIN
ALDRIN

STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT








4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*
16525
16526
16615
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16667 18.52
16537
16536
16539
16796
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16680
17060
17029 :

DETLIMIT
3.33
13.75
0.76
6.33
17.00
9.04
1.59
12.63
22.00
7.33
10.47
.
5.12
9.31
6.02
9.29
5.20
17.65
7.57
16.25
86.96
16.60
7.50
11.74
20.63
6.43
10.00
5.59
5.45

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 2.92
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn :
LNDL
1.20
2.62
-0.25
2.12
2.83
2.20
0.46
2.54
3.09
1.99
2.35
.
1.63
2.23
2.08
2.23
1.65
2.67
2.02
2.79
4.47
2.61
2.01
2.46
3.04
2.13
2.30
1.72
1.70
1:1!
SOLIDS
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
•iltt

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                                                           DATA,LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATION*?tOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
15Z7
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIH
ALDRIN
ALORIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
ALDRIN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1368
1391
1419
1436
. 1436
I 1436
•*ป 1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
                                                     ANALYTE=ALORIN STRATUM=4
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
17074
17153
17042
17138
17004
17040
17007

17048

17035
                                           ANALYTE=ARSENIC STRATUM^!

                                           STRATUM  SAMPLE
                                                               16821
                                                               16885
                                                               16739
                                                               17036
                                                               17145
                                                               17149
                                                               17033
                                                               17034
                                                               16887
                                                               16889
                                                               16890

                                                               17046
                                                               17052
                                                               17020
                                                               17038
                                                               17022
                                                               17081
                                                               17065
                                                               17130
                                                               17141
                                                               16884
                                                               16896
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
AMOUNT
6.10
•
16.50
10.30
3.30
3.80
6.90
13.00
•
13.10
16.80
9.40
2.70
6.80
7.00
9.60
•
10.30
2.50
2.40
6.70
2.10
8.65
7.00
•
•
DETLIMIT
9.57
8.40
7.14
12.66
13.00
4.37
8.02
10.35
9.84
20.83
12.35
DETLIMIT
•
9.10
•
•
•
•
, •
•
36.40
•
•
8.50
•
•
•
•
2.40
•
•
•
•
6.10
•
•
. 55.60
11.95
UNIT
U6/K6
UG/KS
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNAMOUNT
1.61
•
2.60
2.33
1.19
1.34
1.93
2.56
•
2.57
2.82
2.24
0.99
1.92
1.95
2.26
•
2.33
0.92
0.86
1.90
0.74
2.18
1.95
•
•
LNDL
2.26
2.13
1.97
2.54
2.56
1.48
2.08
2.34
2.29
3.04
2.51
LNDL
•
2.21
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.59
•
•
2.14
•
•
•
•
0.68
•
*
•
*
1.81
•
*
4.02
2.48
SOLIDS
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.60
2.00
1.80
6.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
> 1443
oo 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503 ,
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
mi
ANALYTE
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ttiiffiE
ST
2
2
2
2
2
e
2
2
Z
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=ARSENIC STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                           16527
                           16526
                           16814
                           16818

                           16834

                           16529

                           16810
                           16811
                           16833
                           17025
                           17061
                           16743

                           16831
                           16832
                           16799
                           16868

                           16823
                           16825

                           16888
                           16838
                           16839
                        .   17021
                           16879
                           16873
                           16874
                           17136

                           17024
                          . 17132
                           17133

                           17155
                           17019

                           17079
                           17072
                           17085

                           16855
                           16860
                           16853

                           16854
                           16856
                           17086

                           \m
AMOUNT
6.10
5.40
4.10
4.30
5.30
13.20
5.10
20.00
6.95
m
46.20
14.90
11.80
7.40
16.40
4
2.20
9.30
9.10
*
3.80
.
8.60
8.10
11.40
7.80
5.20
34.70
11.70
23.10
8.00
,
7.00
12.70
201.80
315.60
7.20
4.40
.
4.20
1.20
4.90
0.60
6.40
2.80
7.00
3.90
3.30
10.30
7.60
6.90
19'. 10
DETLIMIT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
5.20
.
.
.
.
.
21.60
.
.
,
12.90
5.80
4.50
.•
18.50
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
6.70
5.00
.
.
.
.
,
20.40
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
B
2.40
UNIT I
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
\\m
.N AMOUNT
1.81
1.69
1.41
1.46
1.67
2.58
1.63
3.00
1.94
*
3.83
2.70
2.47
2.00
2.80
.
0.79
2.23
2.21
.
1.34
,
2.15
2.09
2.43
2.05
1.65
3.55
2.46
3.14
2.08
.
1.95
2.54
5.31
5.75
1.97
1.48
,
1.44
0.18
1.59
-0.51
1.86
1.03
1.95
1.36
1.19
2.33
2.03
1.93
2195
LNOL
.
.
.
.
.
•
.
.
.
1.65
.
.
.
.
.
3.07
.
.
,
2.56
1.76
1.50
.
2.92
.
.
•
.
,
.
.
1.90
1.61
ซ
.
.
.
.
3.02
ซ
.
.
.
.
.
.
•
.
.
.
,
0.88
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
73:18

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     EPISODE   ANALYTE
     1540
     1544
     1545
     1554
     1554
     1558
     1564
     1564
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
                                                                DATA LISTING  •.   "•
                                        NSSS  POLLUTANT  CONCENTRATIONS. *OR THE  28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                         ANALYTE=ARSENIC 3TRATUM=2
                                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
AMOUNT

 12.70
  7.30
  5.50
  3.80
  2.70
  9.60
  4.90
  4.70
                                                                                           DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                                                                                LNAMOUNT
MG/KS
MG/KS
KG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
2.54
1.99
1.70
1.34
0.99
2.26
1.59
1.55
LNDL   SOLIDS

        24.40
        20.30
        20.60
        77.90
        27.90
        14.90
        25.50
        48.70
                                                          ANALYTE^ARSENIC 3TRATUM=3
     EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
vo
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
&HS
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                          3
                                                     16532
                                                     16533
                                                     16534
                                                     16817
                                                     16819
                                                     16816
                                                     16536
                                                     16866
                                                     16861
                                                     16862
                                                     16830
                                                     16851
                                                     16809

                                                     16843
                                                     16844
                                                     16841

                                                     16826
                                                     16829

                                                     16878
                                                     16869
                                                     16800
                                                     16806
                                                     17016
                                                     17047
                                                     17050
                                                     16745
                                                     16746

                                                     16649

                                                     17031
                                                     17026

                                                     17144
                       AMOUNT

                         8.70
                         8.90
                         6.80
                        17.30
                         5.70
                         5.20
                         3.60
                         9.80
                        41.40
                        40.90
                        15.60
                        19.10
                         7.30
                        21.45
                         7.20
                        18.00
                         3.50
                         4.05
                        12.90
                        13.80
                         5.70
                         7.40
                         7.80
                        21.30
                         3.60
                         1.40
                         7.20
                         1.40
                         3.15
                        17.30
                         5.70
                        15.20
                         7.50
                         4.40
                         4.50
                        loloo
                                                                             DETLIMIT  UNIT
                                                                                                              LNAMOUNT
                                                       LNDL  SOLIDS
                            5.50
                                     80.00
                                                                                               2.30
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
Dx sDx
riw/ i\w
2.16
2.19
1.92
2.85
1.74
1.65
1.28
2.28
3.72
3.71
2.75
2.95
1.99
3.07
1.97
2.89
1.25
1.40
2.56
2.62
1.74 1.70
2.00
4.38
2.15
2.05
3.06
1.28
0.34
1.97
0.34
1.15
2.65
1.74
2.72
2.01
1.48
1.50
2:30 •:"
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
i:Zt

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EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
' 1546
0 1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
iili
ANALYTE
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ANALYTE
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
ARSENIC
mm
SI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3






3
3
3
8'
4
4












!
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=ARSENIC 3TRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                           17131
                           17023
                           17041
                           17027
                           17010
                           17015

                           17073
                           17078
                           17152
                           17154
                           17084
                           17139
                           17083
                           17002
                           17003
                           17005
                           17001

                           17090
                           17091
                           17089
                           16804
                           17070
                           17067
                           16883
                           16891
                           16892
                           17143
                           17057
                  ANALYTE^ARSENIC STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM  SAMPLE

                           16525
                           16526
                           16815
                           16835
                           16802
                           16842
                           16540
                           16744
                           16750
                           16742
                           16864
                           16867
                           16537
                           16538
                           mi
AMOUNT
17.90
2.70
1.30
6.70
16.50
.
9.65
.
.
6.80
4.50
.
5.10
.
16.80
16.70
9.90
5.40
3.05
2.90
3.00
17.60
24.90
.
8.30
25.30
.
5.30
.
.

AMOUNT
4.70
2.00
.
7.90
1.50
.
0.30
14.00
.
61.70
.
2.50
1.60
3.20
ifiiS
DETLIMIT
.
.
.
.
.
20.00
.
2.30
4.30
.
..
1.80
.
3.10
.
.
.
,
•
.
.
.
••
4.40
'.
.
18.20
.
2.50
5.30
4.35
DETLIMIT
.
0.20
.
.
5.30
.
.
8.00
,
9.40
.
9
.
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
Hf* yvc
Rg^S
LNAMOUNT
2.88
0.99
0.26
1.90
2.80
.
2.27
.
.
1.92
1.50
.
1.63
.
2.82
2.82
2.29
1.69
1.12
1.06
1.10
2.87
3.21
,
2.12
3.23
.
1.67
.
•.
'
LNAMOUNT
1.55
0.69
,
2.07
0.41
.
-1.20
2.64
.
4.12
.
0.92
0.47
1.16
\'Jb
LNDL

.
.
.
.
3.00
.
0.83
1.46
.
.
0.59
.
1.13
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
1.48
.
.
2.90
.
0.92
1.67
1.47
LNDL
.
-1.61
.
.
1.67
.
,
2.08
.
2.24
.
.
.
.
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
*|;88

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                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS; FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
> 1532
,1 1539
- 1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
181
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
ARSENIC 4 16797
ARSENIC 4 16871
ARSENIC 4 16837
ARSENIC 4 16747
ARSENIC 4 16852
ARSENIC 4 16876
ARSENIC 4 16877
ARSENIC 4 17026
ARSENIC . 4 17030
ARSENIC 4 17151
ARSENIC 4 16880
ARSENIC 4 17060
ARSENIC 4 17029
ARSENIC 4 17011
ARSENIC 4 17075
ARSENIC 4 17074
ARSENIC 4 17153
ARSENIC 4 17042
ARSENIC 4 17138
ARSENIC 4 17004
ARSENIC 4 17040
ARSENIC 4 17007
ARSENIC 4
ARSENIC 4 17048
ARSENIC 4
AMOUNT
2.30
2.70
21.00
19.50
,
61.50.
3.80
44.10
.
5.50
4.30
4.60
5.30
.
4.90
2.60
2.80
6.00
7.30
6.20
2.60
6.70
41.50
5.20
,
ARSENIC 4 17035 . .
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
BENZENE 16821
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
IBSENI i m
.
220.29
.
.
.
•
134.35
.
.
.
.
.
.
• ' .•
.
•'•' ' •-' 'ป"
.
. ' ' . 0
.
DETLIMIT
9
9
.
.
8.70
.
• .
t
3.30
.
.
w
.
8.30
.
.
. 9
,
9
.
.
^
•
,
7.00
9.80
DETLIMIT
617.28
384.62
*
23.81
45.45
33.33
60.24
.
909.09
15.15
16.13
384.62
41.67
50.00
18.52
10.20
1190.48
11.36
71.43

UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
mi
LNAMOUNT
0.83
0.99
3.04
2.97
t
4.12
1.34
3.79
.
.70
.46
.53
.67
.
.5.9
.96
.03
.79
.99
1.82
0.96
1.90
3.73
1.65
,
*
LNAMOUNT
.
5.39
.
9
9
9
4.90
.
.
.
.
.
.
•
.
.
.
^
I
LNDL
9
.
.
.
2.16
.
,
*
1.19
.
.
.
.
2.12
.
.
^
.
.
.
.
^
.
9
1.95
2.28
LNDL
6.43
5.95
.
3.17
3.82
3.51
4.10
.
6.81
2.72
2.78
5.95
3.73
3.91
2.92
2.32
7.08
2.43
4.27

SOLIDS
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
•B:fl

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                                                                DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
S
1
1
1
1
1
	 l
     EPISODE   ANALYTE
ro
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1464
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
mi
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
8iซf
                                                         ANALYTE=BENZENE  STRATUM=1 	

                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE      AMOUNT
                                                                   16684
                                                                   16696
                       DETLIMIT   UNIT    LNAMOUNT
                               LNDL   SOLIDS
                         1368.89
                         2173.91
                         500.00
                         5952.38
                         106.43
           US/KG
           UG/K6
           US/KG
           UG/KG
           UG/KG
7.24
7.68
6.21
8.69
4.67
                                                         ANALYTE=BENZENE STRATUM=2
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
                                                         2
16527
16526
16614
16818

16834

16529

16610
16611
16833
17025
17061
16743

16631
16832
16799
16866

16823
16625

16868
16838
16639
17021
16879
16673
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019
             AMOUNT
OETLIMIT   UNIT
8771.93
1923.08
357.14
5681.62
30.33
357.14
11634.20
1923.06
2440.48
500.00
15.63
515.46
294.12
54.95
847.46
500.00
500.00
50.00
68.49
3125.00
57.48
217.39
217.39
625.00
5000.00
333.33
609.76
357.14
25.00
250.00
45.45
67.57
51.55
454.55
384.62
632.91
67.07
29.41
1020.41
50.51
ป:H.
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS
10.40
 3.80
 2.00
 1.80
 8.45
                                                                                                             LNAMOUNT    LNDL   SOLIDS
9.08
7.56
5.68
8.65
3.41
5.88
9.36
7.56
7.60
6.21
2.75
6.25
5.68
4.01
6.74
6.21
6.21
3.91
4.23
8.05
4.05
5.36
5.38
6.44
8.52
5.61
6.41
5.66
3.22
5.52
3.62
4.21
3.94
6.12
5.95
6.45
4.21
3.36
6.93
3.92
B*
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
lo:!8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
U> EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397.
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
m
ANALYTE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
ANALYTE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
iป
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2









JtMttNt 3IKA!Un=Z 	 	 	 —
SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
17085
12
16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
116.28
48 10.20
23.81
50.00
58.14
20.13
45.45
45.45
29.41
892.86
10.00
10.64
500.00
454.55
13.51
38.17
561.80
41.67
20.00
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3









1
16532
16533
16534
16817
23809.53
71428.57
135.14
7575.76
16819 . 31250.01
16816
13.89
• 16536 . 294.12
16886
2083.33
16861 . 384.62
16862
50.00
16830 . 5494.51
16851 . 1190.48
16809 . 769.23
500.00
16843 . 694.44
16844 . 19.23
16841

16826
16829
.
16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
\m
833.33
2272.73
11.90
294.12
272.06
531.91
2000.00
11.11
38.46
9.26
: li!:H
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG . 4.76
UG/K8 2.52 2.32
UG/K8 . 3.17
US/KG . 3.91
UG/KG . 4.06
UG/KG . 3.00
UG/KG . 3.82
UG/KG . 3.82
UG/KG . 3.38
US/KG . .79
UG/KG . .30
UG/KG . .36
UG/KG . .21
UG/KG . .12
UG/KG . .60
UG/K8 . .64
UG/KG . .33
UG/KG . 3.73
UG/KG . 3.00
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG 10.08
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn
11.18
4.91
8.93
10.35
2.63
5.68
7.64
5.95
3.91
8.61
7.08
6.65
6.21
6.54
2.96
6.73
7.73
2.48
5.68
5.61
6.28
7.60
2.41
3.65
2.23
!:ซ
SOLIDS
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
ป:i8

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EPISODE
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1467
1469
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1506
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
SI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=BENZENE STRATUH=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16745
                            16746

                            16649

                            17031
                            17026

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17076
                            17152
                            17154
                            17064
                            17139
                            17063
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17069
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
                            17057
UNT DETLIHIT
15.63
1000.00
458.13
1315.79
47.73
64.94
33.33
43.56
35.71
568.16
250.00
312.50
45.45
29.41
454.55
9.43
5263.16
556.66
357.14
1000.00
35.71
14.71
370.37
41.67
775.19
16.67
14.29
64.94
22.73
10.64
29.41
200.00
14.29
384.62
21.74
56.62
23.81
357.14
13.51
377.36
1666.67
1704.55
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
'UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
2.75
6.91
6.13
7.18
3.67
4.17
3.51
3.77
3.58
6.34
5.52
5.74
3.62
3.36
6.12
2.24
8.57
6.32
5.88
6.91
3.56
2.69
5.91
3.73
6.65
2.81
2.66
4.17
3.12
2.36
3.36
5.30
2.66
5.95
3.06
4.04
3.17
5.66
2.60
5.93
7.42
7.44
SOLIDS
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549 ,
1551
1555
ANALYTE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
BENZENE
STI
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4'
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS;FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  a         ' *. ••
                  ?,         Jr.*-:!
                  ANALYTE=BENZENE STRATUM=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16531
                            16526
                            16015
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
JNT DETLIMIT
11.36
10.00
909.09
666.67
41.67
757.56
263.16
1428.57
537.63
1666.67
666.67
94.34
206.33
15.63
510.20
21.74
357.14
16.67
500.00
23.81
1426.57
5000.00
22.73
2173.91
549.45
909.09
35.71
909.09
312.50
16.67
2063.33
416.67
131.58
31.25
35.71
59.52
1000.00
12.62
22.73
2084.76
166.67
740.20
3125.00
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
•UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KS
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
2.43
2.30
6.61
6.50
3.73
6.63
5.57
7.26
6.29
7.42
6.50
4.55
5.34
2.75
6.23
3.06
5.68
2.81
6.21
3.17
7.26
8.52
3.12
7.68
6.31
6.61
3.58
6.61
5.74
2.81
7.64
6.03
4.68
3.44
3.58
4.09
6.91
2.55
3.12
7.64
5.12
6.61
6.05
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.60
64.00
1.70
44.60
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.46
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
m
ANALYTE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOIAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOIAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
ANALYTE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BEHZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
iMOTtN!
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28  POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
               ANALYTE=BENZO(AJPYRENE  STRATUt1=l

                  STRATUH   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                            16821
                            16885
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            17149
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022
                            17081
                            17065
                            17130
                            17141
                            16884
                            16896
               ANALYTE=BEKZO(A)PYRENE STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868
DETLIMIT
25641.03
14492.75
7692.31
833.33
333.33
344.83
20408.17
18161.62
4545.45
5263.16
5555.56
13701.20
1351.35
15873.02
333.33
333.33
476.19
434.78
476.19
400.00
364.62
7738.10
4551.28
1567.30
2222.22
3509.65
DETLIMIT
23809.53
111111.14
1449.28
16667.93
10204.06
12967.01
42572.47
66666.67
833.33
16666.67
5263.16
17657.14
1562.50
19607.64
28571.43
1666.67
17241.38
16666.67
23255.62
HffliS?
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
(KB :
LNDL
10.15
9.58
8.95
6.73
5.81
5.84
9.92
9.81
6.42
6.57
8.62
9.53
7.21
9.67
5.61
5.81
6.17
6.07
6.17
5.99
5.95
8.95
8.42
7.37
7.71
6.16
LNDL
10.08
11.62
7.28
9.85
9.23
9.47
10.66
11.11
6.73
9.72
8.57
9.79
7.35
9.86
10.26
7.42
9.76
9.72
10.05
1:8
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.60
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.60
16.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
?• 1Q
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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
' 1515
Cj 1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtA)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOIA)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
BENZOtAIPYRENE
                         .        .
                  C      QATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

               ANALYTE=BENZOU)PYRENE STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
16823
16025

16888
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019

17079
17072
17085

16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
24329.17
22440.85
24703.22
DETLIMIT
7142.86
4347.83
12500.00
1851.85
11235.96
21739.13
12500.00
.
1282.05
15873.02
22222.22
16954.02
153846.16
19607.84
217391.32
4166.67
263.16
322.58
14019.96
1052.63
1010.10
1111.11
3571.43
8333.33
15873.02
19607.84
6971.16
15384.62
15384.62
500.00
.
.
100.00
18867.93
16949.15
4545.45
12820.51
21276.60
13513.51
6250.00
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 10.10
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 10.02
UG/KG 10.11
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
8.87
8.38
9.43
7.52
9.33
9.99
9.43
9
7.16
9.67
10.01
9.74
11.94
9.88
12.29
8.33
5.57
5.78
9.55
6.96
6.92
7.01
8.18
9.03
9.67
9.88
8.85
9.64
9.64
6.21
.
,
4.61
.85
.74
.42
.46
.97
.51
8.74
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1361
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
> 1425
• 1426
oo 1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1466
1467
1469
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1506
uu
ANALYTE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
lfปlPW
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

               ANALYTE=BENZOCA1PYRENE STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
            AMOUNT
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16849

17031
17028

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
17154
17084

Ml
670.93
OETLIMIT
7692.31
23609.53
4545.45
2564.10
10101.01
454.55
100000.04
11904.76
2000.00
16129.03
27777.78
62500.01
25641.03
16666.67
2325.58
6250.00
10526.32
6333.33
4000.00
14705.86
9545.46
18181.82
6666.67
3703.70
1298.70
322.58
12345.68
1754.39
5263.16
33333.34
1516.45
6666.67
15268.07
2127.66
10989.01
1420.23
322.58
568.18
6333.33
1612.90
21739.13
10000.00
16129.03
333.33
5263.16
666.64
15625.00
4761.91
.
384.62
1163.29
iSSt:!?
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.51
UG/KG
UG/KG
US08 :
LNOL
6.95
10.06
8.42
7.65
9.22
6.12
11.51
9.36
7.60
9.69
10.23
11.04
10.15
9.72
7.75
8.74
9.26
9.03
6.29
9.60
9.16
9.81
8.80
8.22
7.17
5.78
9.42
7.47
8.57
10.41
7.32
6.80
9.63
7.66
9.30
7.26
5.76
6.34
9.03
7.39
9.99
9.21
9.69
5.61
6.57
6.53
9.66
6.47
t
5.95
7.08

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.33
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
.*!:ซ

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                                                    i      DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE

1517      BENZO(A)PTRENE
1510      BENZO(A)PTRENE
1519      BENZOIAIPYRENE
1525      BENZOIA)PTRENE
1526      BENZOUtPYRENE
1537      BENZO(A)PTRENE
1541      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1542      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1546      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1547      BENZOtAJPYRENE
1548      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1560      BENZOUIPYRENE
1561      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1561      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1563      BENZO(A)PYRENE
1565      BENZOtAJPYRENE
1566      BENZO(A)PYRENE
EPISODE   ANALYTE
o
1362
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOIA)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOIA)PYRENE
BENZOCAJPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUJPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOtAJPYRENE
BENZOCA)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOCAIPYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZO(A)PYRENE
BENZOUIPYRENE
                                                 ANALYTE=BENZOCA)PYRENE STRATUt1=3
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                 AMOUNT
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                         3
                                                    17002
                                                    17003
                                                    17005
                                                    17001

                                                    17090
                                                    17091
                                                    17089
                                                    16804
                                                    17070
                                                    17067
                                                    16883
                                                    16891
                                                    16892
                                                    17143
                                                    17057
                                                                              1157.41
                                                  ANALYTE=BENZO(A)PYRENE 3TRATUM=4
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                           AMOUNT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
16525
16531
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
\m
OETLIMIT
5882.35
500.00
2564.10
7692.31
333.33
370.37
266.67
.
15384.62
7692.31
16867.93
7692.31
1190.46
454.55
1090.63
6333.33
6522.73
DETLIMIT
3846.15
333.33
33333.34
2222.22
13698.63
30303.03
909.09
2777.78
1866.79
7142.66
2272.73
31250.00
769.23
5263.16
17543.66
7142.66
4761.91
588.24
16666.67
7692.31
4761.91
16666.67
714.29
7692.31
2702.70
4545.45
303.03
3030.30
'K&tt
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.05
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Bra :
LNDL
6.66
6.21
7.65
8.95
5.81
5.91
5.59
.
9.64
.95
.85
.95
.08
.12
.99
.03
.05
LNDL
8.25
5.81
10.41
7.71
9.53
10.32
6.81
7.93
7.54
8.67
7.73
10.35
6.65
.57
.77
.67
.47
.38
.72
.95
.47
.72
.57
.95
7.90
8.42
5.71
6.02

SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.60
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.60
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.60
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
.ซ!:*!

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1366
1391
> 1419
• 1436
g 1436
1436
1437
1436
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
BENZO(A)PYRENC 4 17011
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17075
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17074
BENZOU1PYRENE 4 17153
BENZOCAIPYRENE 4 17042
BENZOtAIPYRENE 4 17138
BENZOtAIPYRENE 4 17004
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17040
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17007
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17048
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4
BENZO(A)PYRENE 4 17035
AUif YTF~EtEDVI 1 TIM
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
16821
16685
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16687
16669
16890
. ; • .
17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141


16664
16896
BERYLLIUM 1
AMOUNT





1054 76





AMOUNT
^
.
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.70
. .
.
.
0.60
0.60
.
.
0.50
.
.
.
0.50
0.70
0.40
0.80
.
.
.
.
.
DETLIMIT
2063.33
4545.45
43476.27
312.50
12046.19
1123.60
33333.34
.
7692.31
1949.93
833.33
27500.00
2222.22
DETLIMIT
1.70
0.90
.
.
.
.
0.60
0.50
3.60
.
.
0.60
0.80
.
0.60
0.70
2.40
.
.
.
.
0.30
2.60
5.00
5.60
1.20
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG'/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
•
.
.
.
•
6.96
•
.
.
.

LNAMOUNT
.
.
-0.69
-0.69
-0.69
-0.36
.
.
.
-0.51
-0.51
.
.
-0.69
.
.
.
-0.69
-0.36
-0.92
-0.22
.
' .
.
.
.
LNOL
7.64
8.42
10.68
5.74
9.40
7.02
10.41
.
8.95
7.58
6.73
10.22
7.71
LNOL
0.53
-0.11
.
.
.
.
-0.51
-0.69
1.28
.
.
-0.22
-0.22
.
-0.51
-0.36
0.86
.
.
.
.
-1.20
0.96
1.61
1.72
0.16
SOLIDS
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
6.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1360
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
N, ปซซ
ฃ 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1464
1465
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
ill!
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
mmฎ
SI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2






2
2
2
2











2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
..:• • •••.-.•• 2

                  v      DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=BERYLLIUM STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   3AJ1PLE

                            16527
                            16520
                            16014
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16660
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• •
0.30
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
t
*
•
•
0.90
•
•
0.70
•
0.50
1.60
2.00
0.65
0.90
•
0.50
•
•
•
0.20
0.50
•
• •
0.40
•
1 •
• :-
Ol90
DETLIMIT
1.00
0.70
0.80
1.10
0.65
0.60
0.65
0,80
1.00
1.70
*
0.60
2.40
0.60
1.10
2.15
0.50
0.50
0.70
1.30
0.60
4.60
1.00
1.90
1.10
0.50
1.00
2.00
•
2.60
0.30
•
0.25
•
•
•
•
•
2.00
•
0.60
0.50
0.20
•
•
1.00
0.60
*
0.40
0.80
0.40
1.20
•
UNIT
MS/KG
MS/KG
MS/KG
MS/KG
ttG/KG
MS/KG
MO/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ffifflS
LNAMOUNT
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-1.20
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-0.11
•
•
-0.36
•
-0.69
0.47
0.69
-0.43
-0.11
•
-0.69
•
•
•
-1.61
-0.69
•
•
-0.92
•
•
•
-Oil!
LNOL
0.00
-0.36
-0.22
0.10
-0.43
-0.51
-0.43
-0.22
0.00
0.53
•
-0.51
0.86
-0.51
0.10
0.77
-0.69
-0.69
-0.36
0.26
-0.51
1.53
0.00
0.64
0.10
-0.69
0.00
0.69
•
0.96
-1.20
•
-1.39
•
•
•
•
t
0.69
•
-0.51
-0.69
-1.61
•
*
0.00
-0.51
•
-0.92
-0.22
-0.92
0.18
*
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
7ง:I8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
> 1385
J, *395
K 1395
1396 .
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440 '
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
\m
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
eiKkuifl
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
.KlLLlUn
SAMPLE
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
2 17049
STRATUM SAMPLE
3 16532
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3






3
3-
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
!
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16849
*
17031
17028

17144
\m
AMOUNT
*
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
AMOUNT
0.50
•
0.40
•
•
0.50
•
•
• •
•
1.30
0.80
•
*
•
0.70
•
•
0.70
•
•
•
•
0.30
•
0.60
3.90
•
•
*
•
•
•
1.60
0.30
*
0.70
•
•
DETLIMIT
0.20
0.50
1.00
0.10
0.20
0.70
0.80
0.40
DETLIMIT
•
1.20
•
0.70
1.20
•
0.60
2.30
1.70
0.50
•
•
2.90
3.40
1.30
•
2.50
2.15
•
1.10
0.60
1.00
8.00
•
1.10
•
•
0.50
0.30
0.40
1.70
1.40
0.50
*
•
0.40
•
U8
UNIT
MS/KG
KG/KG
MS /KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
\\m
LN AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
ป
•
•
•
LNAMOUNT
-0.69
•
-0.92
•
•
-0.69
•
•
•
ซ
0.26
-0.22
•
•
•
-0.36
•
*
-0.36
•
•
•
•
-1.20
•
-0.51
1.36
•
•
•
•
•
.
0.47
-1.20
•
-0.36
ป
•
LNDL
-1.61
-0.69
0.00
-2.30
-1.61
-0.36
-0.22
-0.92
LNDL
•
0.18
. '
-0.36
0.18
•
-0.51
0.83
0.53
-0.69
•
•
1.06
1.22
0.26
•
0.92
0.77
*
0.10
-0.51
0.00
2.08
•
0.10
•
•
-0.69
-1.20
-0.92
0.53
0.34
-0.69
.
.
-0.92
•
I:il
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
• J:B

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EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
M- 1M6
w 1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
18!
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
ifKtuHi
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
' 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SI
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
-..•.;.-:.:: 4
*
                        DATA LISTING
NS3S POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                            ฃ•'•*• i *           '•'•••
                 ANALYTE=BERYLLIUM STRATUM'S
                            SAMPLE

                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            1707ft
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
                            17057
                 ANALYTE^BERYLLIUH STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            mi
AMOUNT
.
.
9
,
0.70
.
,
.
.
0.80
0.30
.
0.10
.
0.40
0.30
0.80
0.30
.
,
0.40
0.30
.
0.20
0.60
.
.
.
.
.

AMOUNT
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.
.
.
0.50
0.50 ;

DETLIMIT
0.80
0.70
0.30
2.50
.
21.00
1.45
2.30
4.30
.
.
0.90
,
1.50
.
.
*
.
0.40
0.30
,
,
0.90
,
.
0.30
1.80
0.30
1.30
. 5.30
7.25
DETLIMIT
0.20
0.30
0.20
0.60
0.20
0.50
0.30
2.10
8.00
2.70
0.90
. 0.40
.
: • ;. . < '
B • 2x
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
LN AMOUNT
.
.
.
.
-0.36
.
.
,
.
-0.22
-1.20
.
-2.30
.
-0.92
-1.20
-0.22
-1.20
.
.
-0.92
-1.20
.
-1.61
-0.51
•
.
.
.
.
'
LNAMOUNT
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
•
.
-0.69
-0.69

LNDL
-0.22
-0.36
-1.20
0.92
.
3.04
0.37
0.83
1.46
.
.
-0.11
.
0.41
.
.
.
.
-0.92
-1.20
.
.
-0.11
.
.
-1.20
0.59
-1.20
0.26
1.67
1.98
LNDL
-1.61
-1.20
-1.61
-0.51
-1.61
-0.69
-1.20
0.74
2.08
0.99
-0.11
-0.92
.
a
~Qซ69
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
BERYLLIUM
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
4 16797
0.50
4 16871
4 16837
0.70
4 16747
4 16852
4 16876
4 16877
4 17026
4 17030
4 17151
0.50
4 16880
4 17060
4 17029
0.80
4 17011
4 17075
4 17074
4 17153
4 17042
0.40
1.00
4 17138
4 17004
4 17040
<
> 17007
.
4
4 17048
4
4 17035

EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543

ANALYTE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL)
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL)
BliifiifflftHBiN:)
DETLIMIT
%
2.40
,
5.00
8.70
1.10
2.10
2.90
3.30
.
3.30
2.00
.
8.30
2.70
1.10
.
.
0.30
4.00
0.30
0.50
1.90
1.10
7.00
0.50
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
-0.69
.
-0.36
.
.
.
.
.
.
-0.69
.
.
-0.22
.
.
.
-0.92
0.00
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
•
LNDL
^
0.86
.
1.61
2.16
0.10
0.74
1.06
1.19
.
1.19
0.69
.
2.12
0.99
0.10
.
.
-1.20
1.39
-1.20
-0.69
0.64
0.10
1.95
-0.69
SOLIDS
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
PHTHALATE
HiHttffi
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
t Bltt
248569.23
93276.81
202736.92
74533.33
31228.27
18447.90
175110.20
151140.00
17320.91
159012.63
189091.11
102897.30
100723.38
128800.00
5325.67
178467.67
9463.33
12567.39
t
1550 I 35
^
.
.
4
.
.
•
.
.
.
.
13888.89
.
.
.
.
.
.
476.19
400.00
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
(OH
LNAMOUNT
12.42
11.44
12.22
11.22
10.35
9.82
12.07
11.93
9.76
11.98
12.15
11.54
11.52
11.77
8.58
12.09
9.16
9.44
9
7135
LNOL
^
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
9.54
.
.
.
.
•
.
6.17
5.99
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
!e:?8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
> 1403
r!> "10
K 1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
m
ANALYTE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
ANALYTE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLi PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BI3C2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE.
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BI3I2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BI3(2-ETHYLHEXYLi PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BXS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIStZ-ETHYLHEXYL ) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BXSI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
tiiif:™™ mm
        ANALYTE=BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE STRATU1=l
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                            16884
                            16896
   AMOUNT

260075.77
 29211.06
 26891.90
 70551.11
268110.90
OETLIMZT   UNIT
        ANALYTE=BIS(Z-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  Z
                  t
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  t
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
   AMOUNT
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868

16823
16825

16888
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019
t .'"'
102873.81
298866.67
43775.36
33873.58
231744.90
43767.53
106172.01
.
27393.33
.
310485.26
149757.14
7625.62
157698.04
.
4254.50
,
145196.67
56851.16
47090.80
142324.60
25617.14
4995.65
14228.75
83112.96
114605.62
9
9
174365.00
29116.67
214779.37
261791.11
156707.44
.
.
. •
147371.67
.
425374.15
379464.07
LNAMOUNT
LNOL   SOLIDS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
12.47
10.28
10.20
11.16
12.50
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
DETLIMIT   UNIT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
66666.67
•
16666.67
•
•
•
•
28571.43
1666.67
17241.38
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
21739.13
12500.00
•
•
•
•
•
153846.16
19607.84
217391.32
•
263.16
•
• • ,
•
•
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
KM
LNAMOUNT
                                                                                   LNOL   SOLIDS
11.54
12.61
10.69
10.43
12.35
10.69
11.57
•
10.22
•
12.65
11.92
8.94
11.97
•
8.36
•
11.89
10.95
10.76
11.87
10.15
8.52
9.56
11.33
11.65
•
•
12.07
10.28
12.28
12.48
11.96
•
•
•
11.90
•
12.96
12.85
Ml
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
11.11
•
9.72
•
•
•
•
10.26
7.42
9.76
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
,
9.99
9.43
•
•
•
•
•
11.94
9.88
12.29
•
5.57
•
•
•
•
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
u-.n

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EPISODE
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
18!
ANALYTE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BI3C2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
ANALYTE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BiiiiiffNttNfiKk) mm
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 2ft POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

        ANALYTE=BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE  STRATUM:2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
17065

16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
   AMOUNT

 91028.00
 24889.29
 51189.17
223776.19
 43617.65
 39232.26
 89332.31
128409.23
 11530.00
 71702.11
173040.25
  8492.40
190435.85
248864.41
 67583.64
 68721.79
265946.81
250208.11
104325.00
        ANALYTE=BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE 3TRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
   AMOUNT

 40485.38
174078.57
117567.73
 62485.13
 16746.46
 35865.91
891290.00
 28378.57
  4228.20
 22708.06
165227.78
180443.75
 55051.40
420351.88
 22441.05
117858.33
 15538.40
 15117.65
105074.23
235496.36

126429i63
 14104.55
 10159.16
 mm
DETLIMIT
*
.
,
.
.
.
^
,
,
.
,
,
^
.
.
*
. .
,

OETLIMIT
,
,
.
4
^
.
.
,
,
.
.
256^1.03
16666.67
.
.
,
* .
.
.
^
.
6666.67
,
.
^
:
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ti&KS
LNAMOUNT
11.42
10.12
10.84
12.32
10.68
10.58
11.40
11.76
9.35
11.18
12.06
9.05
12.16
12.42
11.12
11.14
12.49
12.43
11.56
LNAMOUNT
10.61
12.07
11.67
11.04
9.73
10.49
13.70
10.25
8.35
10.03
12.02
12.10
*
•
10.92
12.95
10.02
11.68
9.65
9.62
11.56
12.37
.
11.75
9.55
9.23
loft
LNDL SOLIDS'
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
LNOL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
10.15 1.40
9.72 2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
8.80 0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
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EPISODE
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISU-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                         . .  ^Vfr     ~/r—; *-'•'
        ANALYTE=BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE STRATUM:}
                  STRATUH

                  3
                  3
                   3
                   3
                   3
                   3
                   3
                   3
                   3
SAMPLE
16745
16746

16849

17031
17028

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
17154
17084
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
17143
17057

AMOUNT
42949.47
•
4404.67
•
103915.66
192246.81
107318.68
21568.00
•
9709.66
14006.67
7667.90
64660.87
59253.00
•
1654.03
168421.05
103152.32
•
4996.67
19262.56
•
581761.92
54159.09
255181.35
98909.41
13171.85
62268.21
59481.54
114503.02
509.56
62391.00
8301.91
159176.92
61688.46
159641.51
173576.92
•
1409.36
264305.32
17225.83
12733.75
OETLIMIT
•
33333.34
1575.68
6666.67
•
•
•
•
3225.81
•
•
*
•
•
16129.03
*
•
•
15625.00
•
•
384.62
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
ซ
•
•
*
•
•
• .
1190.48
•
•
•
4545.45
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/K8
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/K8
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNATIOUNT
10.67
•
8.39
•
11.55
12.17
11.58
9.98
•
9.18
9.55
8.94
11.08
10.99
•
7.41
12.03
11.54
•
8.52
9.87
•
13.27
10.90
12.45
11.50
9.49
11.04
10.99
11.65
6.23
11.04
9.02
11.98
11.03
11.98
12.06
•
7.25
12.48
9.75
9.45
LNDL
•
10.41
7.36
8.80
•
•
•
•
8.08
•
•
•
•
•
9.69
•
•
•
9.66
*
•
5.95
•
*
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
7.08
•
•
•
8.42
SOLIDS
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
.717.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
BI3C2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLi PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISI2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL1 PHTHALATE
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYLI PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE  28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

        ANALYTE=BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)  PHTHALATE STRATUH=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
16525
16531
16526
16815
16035
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
17060
17029
17011
17075
17074
17153
17042
17138
17004
17040
17007

17048

17035
   AMOUNT

 22014.62
  6577.33
 29812.33

  3926^45
 63306.25
  1902.62
 84347.37
540656.14
132527.66
 10578.57
  1605.71

147855'.38
 29755.00
  4237.79
 55738.33
 26068.75
   934.69
 24290.36
 88850.00

  2436^87

164667.84
 17450.00

 22926.67
DETLIMIT
•
•
33333.34
2222.22
•
30303.03
•
2777.78
1886.79
7142.86
2272.73
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
16666.67
•
4761.91
16666.67
•
7692.31
2702.70
4545.45
•
3030.30
10416.67
•
•
4545.45
43478.26
•
•
•
33333.34
*
7692.31
• •
•
27500.00
•
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNAMOUNT
10.00
8.79
•
•
10.30
•
8.28
•
•
•
•
11.06
7.55
11.34
13.20
11.79
9.27
7.38
•
11.90
•
•
10.30
•
•
•
8.35
•
•
10.93
10.17
•
•
6.84
10.10
11.39
*
7.80
ป
12.01
9.77
•
10.04
LNDL
•
•
10.41
7.71
•
10.32
•
7.93
7.54
8.87
7.73
•
*
•
•
•
•
.
9.72
•
8.47
9.72
•
8.95
7.90
8.42
•
8.02
9.25
•
•
8.42
10.68
•
•
•
10.41
•
8.95
•
•
10.22
•
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
' 1552
S 1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16687
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17061
17065
17130
17141


16864
16896

AMOUNT
33.60
126.00
333.00
18.40
6.30
12.20
19.00
14.90
47.30
149.00
124.00
69.90
19.60
24.90
5.80
11.10
^
8.40
13.00
10.50
16.30
11.40
79.85
.
16.70
12.50
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
6.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
12.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
3.52
4.85
5.61
2.91
1.84
2.50
2.94
2.70
3.66
5.00
4.82
4.50
2.98
3.21
1.76
2.41
.
2.13
2.56
2.35
2.79
2.43
4.38
.
2.82
2.53
LNDL SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
1.79 2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.80
2.53 2.00
1.60
6.45

EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400 '
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
KB
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
CADMIUM 2 16527
CADMIUM 2 16528
CADMIUM 2 16814
CADMIUM 2- 16616
CADMIUM 2
CADMIUM 2 16834
CADMIUM 2
CADMIUM 2 16529
CADMIUM 2
CADMIUM 2 16610
CADMIUM 2 16611
CADMIUM 2 16833
CADMIUM 2 17025
CADMIUM 2 17061
CADMIUM 2 16743
CADMIUM 2
CADMIUM 2 16831
CADMIUM 2 16632
CADMIUM 2 16799
gjMilfl ! 16868
10.20
26.50
10.60
6.50
5.15
6.00
2.75
3.10
4.60
6.10
36.30
499.00
44.00
44.00
210.00
26.10
3.00
58.60
3.80

DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG

LNAMOUNT
2.32
3.28
2.36
2.14
1.64
2.06
1.01
1.13
1.53
1.61
3.59
6.21
3.78
3.78
5.35
3.34
1.10
4.07
1.34

LNOL SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
16.10
3.70
1.85
16.30
20.40
14.30
: .ifctt

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
•> 1514
i 1515
o 1*20
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
SI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA  LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=CADMIUM 3TRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            168Z3
                            16625

                            16880
                            16038
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16660
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17068
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
AMOUNT
.
4.60
7.85
3.20
71.50
35.10
16.00
49.50
.
3.00
9.20
10.05
10.50
.
2.60
8.95
9.00
12.20
19.05
6.90
4.70
2.70
40.75
1.90
19.80
3.10
2.40
4.60
,
249.00
7.10
13.50
4.10
7.60
11.60
25.90
17.90
11.60
14.10
13.10
OETLIMIT UNIT
11.40 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
6.60 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
2.20 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
2.10 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
• MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
.
1.53
2.06
1.16
4.27
3.56
2.89
3.90
.
1.10
2.22
2.31
2.35
.
0.96
2.19
2.20
2.50
2.95
1.93
1.55
0.99
3.71
0.64
2.99
1.13
0.88
1.57
.
5.52
1.96
2.60
1.41
2.03
2.45
3.25
2.66
2.47
2.65
2.57
LNDL SOLIDS
2.43 4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
1.89 3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
0.79 4.64
15.20
82.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
0.74 23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
46.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1362
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
I486
1487
1469
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1506
m
ANALYTE
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
C^BIO
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3







3
3
3










1
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=CADMIUM STRATUM=3
                           SAMPLE

                           16533
                           16533
                           16534
                           16817
                           16819
                           16816
                           16536
                           16886
                           16861
                           16862
                           16830
                           16651
                           16809

                           16843
                           16844
                           16841

                           16826
                           16829

                           16878
                           16869
                           16800
                           16806
                           17016
                           17047
                           17050
                           16745
                           16746

                           16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            mi
AMOUNT
7.70
8.00
7.60
5.20
4.70
2.60
16.60
5.60
5.20
7.10
17.50
5.60
.
11.95
7.20
6.10
%
25.40
6.40
4.00
3.35
6.70
.
5.80
6.40
4.60
5.40
3.10
12.50
3.50
,
,
5.95
13.50
6.60
6.30
5.60
.
9.00
.
5.90
0.90
9
6220.00
.
4.80
.
299.00
16.20
4.30
6.50
12.00
DETLIMIT
9
,
*
*
*
9
9
.
9
9
9
.
7.10
.
.
.
6.30
.
.
.
.
.
20.00
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
4.25
3.50
.
.
.
.
.
4.50
.
3.10
,
I
6.30
^
sa.so
.
5.70
ซ
,
.
9
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
H5/K5
LNAMOUNT
2.04
2.06
2.03
1.65
1.55
1.03
2.82
1.76
1.65
1.96
2.86
1.72
.
2.48
1.97
1.61
.
3.23
2.13
1.39
1.21
1.90
.
1.76
2.13
1.53
1.69
1.13
2.53
1.25
.
.
1.76
2.60
2.15
1.84
1.72
.
2.20
.
1.77
-0.11
.
9.01
.
1.57
.
5.70
2.90
1.46
1.87
2.48
LNDL
^
. .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.96
.
.
.
1.84
.
.
.
. •
.
3.00
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.45
1.25
.
.
,
.
.
1.50
.
1.13
.
.
1.64
.
3.96
.
1.74
.
.
.
t
•
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
M-ซ
620

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
EPISODE   ANALYTE
& ปซ
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1406
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1466
1470
1478
KM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
mm
                                                    ANALYTE=CADMIUM STRATUM=3
                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
17143
17057
                                          ANALYTE=CADMIUM

                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    16525
                                                    16526
                                                    16815
                                                    16835
                                                    16802
                                                    16842
                                                    16540
                                                    16744
                                                    16750
                                                    16742
                                                    16864
                                                    16867
                                                    16537
                                                    16538
                                                    16539
                                                    16798
                                                    16797
                                                    16871
                                                    16837
                                                    16747
                                                    16852
                                                    16876
                                                    16877
                                                    17026
                                                    17030
                                                    17151
                                                    16880
                                                    17060
                                                    mi?
AMOUNT
4.50
7.90
155.00
3.60
2.80
3.80
4.40
6.30
6.70
9.50
11.60
8.30
.
1.50
.
.
•
1-4 ______
AMOUNT
2.10
6.50
.
3.20
1.80
2.40
.
.
.
.
4.70
7.40
7.50
6.20
5.20
3.60
1.30
.
12.00
.
.
13.20
9.40
6.70
.
3.00
*
m
10.30
DETLIMIT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
^
.
4.50
.
5.00
13.30
16.10

DETLIMIT
%
9
0.40
.
.
.
0.70
5.20
20.00
6.70
.
.
' .
,
.
.
.
5.90
.
12.50
21.70
.
.
.
6.30
.
8.30
4.90
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG

UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
LNAMOUNT
1.50
2.07
5.04
1.28
1.03
1.34
1.46
2.12
2.16
2.25
2.45
2.12
.
0.41
.
.
•

LNAMOUNT
0.74
1.87
.
1.16
0.59
0.68
.
.
.
.
1.55
2.00
2.01
1.62
1.65
1.28
0.26
*
2.46
.
*
2.56
2.24
2.16
.
1.10
*

2.33
LNDL
.
9
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
9
.
1.50
.
1.61
2.59
2.90

LNDL
.
.
-0.92
.
.
^
-0.36
1.65
3.00
1.90
.
*
,
,
..
.
9
1.77
,
2.53
3.08
1 .
%
m
2.12
.
2.12
1.59
.
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.60
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.60
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
                                                                                         20190

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1366
1391
1419
> 1436
U> "3*
o> 1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
                                                    ANALYTE=CADMIUM 3TRATUM=4
                                           STRATUM  SAMPLE
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
17075
17074
17153
17042
17138
17004
17040
17007

17048

17035
                                                    ANALYTE=CHLORDANE  STRATUM^!
AMOUNT
8.00
6.90
2.40
5.60
9.10
,
1.20
4.80
.
3.70
.
24.40
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
10.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
7.65 MG/KG
MG/KG
17.45 MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
2.06
1.93
0.68
1.76
2.21
,
0.18
1.57
.
1.31
.
3.19
LNOL SOLIDS
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
2.30 1.00
72.70
41.90
2.03 1.07
6.30
2.86 0.60
5.10
                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                               16621
                                                               16885
                                                               16739
                                                               17036
                                                               17145
                                                               17149
                                                               17033
                                                               17034
                                                               16887
                                                               16889
                                                               16890

                                                               17046
                                                               17052
                                                               17020
                                                               17038
                                                               17022
                                                     1         17061
                                                     1         17065
                                                     1         17130
                                                               17141
                                                               16884
                                                               16896
                       AMOUNT
                        DETLIMIT   UNIT
LNAMOUNT
LNOL   SOLIDS
266.64
257.71
191.27
220.31
208.65
203.74
263.99
245.55
379.09
129.63
131.06
263.30
257.98
254.50
220.37
263.55
281.90
112.21
266.87
163.41
252.04
163.56
299.08
339.50
381.67
245.59
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
5.59
5.55
5.25
5.40
5.34
5.32
5.58
5.50
5.94
4.66
4.68
5.57
5.55
5.54
5.40
5.57
5.64
4.72
5.66
5.10
5.53
5.10
5.70
5.63
5.94
5.50
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.60
2.00
1.60
6.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1416
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
• 1443
ฃ 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1461
1482
1464
1465
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529

ANALYTE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLCRDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
tmmi
SI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Z
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2






|
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE  26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                 ANALYTE=CHLOHDANE  STRATUM:2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOt

                            16527
                            16520
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
JNT DETLIMIT
281.82.
429.67
273.24
266.01
277.73
227.67
164.76
419.02
186.77
239.57
117.36
157.60
292.86
253.43
264.05
380.23
311.91
264.71
301.40
297.74
250.53
300.68
281.03.
217.78
260.48
220.18
184.90
199.50
225.45
275.26
86.40
269.73
274.67
279.48
226.29
273.22
102.00
188.10
249.60
270.47
266.46
326.49
557.00
90.05
206.20
231.67
243.37
169.12
245.63
244.07
237.15
i !?7*:8i
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Hi/Eง i
LNDL
5.64
6.06
5.61
5.56
5.63
5.43
5.10
6.04
5.23
5.48
4.77
5.06
5.68
5.54
5.56
5.94
5.74
5.56
5.71
5.70
5.52
5.71
5.64
5.36
5.56
5.39
5.22
5.30
5.42
5.62
4.46
5.67
5.62
5.63
5.42
5.61
4.62
5.24
5.52
5.60
5.59
5.79
6.32
4.50
5.33
5.45
5.49
5.13
5.50
5.50
5.47
tifi
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
16.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
SAfl
:I8

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
CHLOROANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
> 1365
i 1395
uJ "95
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLCROANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE'
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
cUBttii
                                          ANALYTE=CHLORDANE STRATUM=2

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE       ATCX
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
                                          ANALYTE=CHLORDANE  STRATUM=3

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                               16532
                                                               16533
                                                               16534
                                                               16817
                                                               16819
                                                               16816
                                                               16536
                                                               16866
                                                               16861
                                                               16862
                                                               16830
                                                               16851
                                                               16809
NT DETLIMIT
249.92
244.33
259.32
106.97
298.67
254.97
258.00
167.62
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
5.52
5.50
5.56
4.67
5.70
5.54
5.55
5.12
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     16843
                                                     16844
                                                     16841

                                                     16826
                                                     16829

                                                     16878
                                                     16669
                                                     16800
                                                     16806
                                                     17016
                                                     17047
                                                     17050
                                                     16745
                                                     16746

                                                     16849

                                                     17031
                                                     17028

                                                     17144
                                                                                      DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                                                            488.69
113.64
177.30
94.59
93.66
183.82
113.99
255.78
261.86
316.09
270.99
282.19
302.31
320.00
564.24
238.36
157.04
344.38
600.80
104.65
270.57
234.68
253.65
634.00
94.90
323.95
126.69
308.61
266.60
131.20
27.61
265.46
359.03
267.63
249.93
271.43
275.31
279.60
328.98
•
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KO
UG/KG
UG/KO
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
M!
                                                     LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                                     LNDL   SOLIDS
                                                                                                    6.19
4.73
5.18
4.55
4.54
5.21
4.74
5.54
5.57
5.76
5.60
5.64
5.71
5.77
6.34
5.47
5.06
5.84
6.40
4.65
5.60
5.46
5.54
6.73
4.55
5.76
4.66
5.73
5.59
4.88
3.32
5.58
5.86
5.59
5.52
5.60
5.62
5.63
5.80
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.53
80.90
3.50
35.60
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10


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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1466
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1496
1502
1504
1505
1507
1506
1511
1513
1517
1516
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407 '
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
m
ANALYTE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
ANALYTE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLOROANE
CHLORDANE
nil
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SAMPLE AMOUNT
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015
.
17073
17078
17152
17154
17064
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001
.
17090
17091
17089
16604
17070
17067
16683
16691
16892
17143
3
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
$
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16642
16540
16744
16750
16742
16664
16867
16537 •
16538
16539
llfty* :
DETLIMIT
268.46
275.66
135.01
261.00
139.80
2631.56
236.31
263.79
362.80
259.27
125.05
1271.85
202.31
310.06
155.18
126.93
270.25
143.56
237.27
274.74
267.40
110.68
257.26
166.61
291.99
118.61
273.16
120.82
412.08
279.62
DETLIMIT
63.33
347.50
19.53
206.22
426.00
225.70
40.40
310.53
556.00
185.33
261.31
157.37
127.89
232.81
200.36
mi
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
1KB :
LNDL
5.59
5.62
4.91
5.56
4.94
7.88
5.47
5.58
5.95
5.56
4.63
7.15
5.31
5.74
5.04
4.86
5.60
4.97
5.47
5.62
5.59
4.71
5.55
5.23
5.68
4.76
5.61
4.79
6.02
5.63
LNDL
4.42
5.85
2.97
5.34
6.06
5.42
3.70
5.74
6.32
5.22
5.57
5.06
4.85
5.45
5.30
?:$
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
9 MO
64.00

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                  •       DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
155*
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
CHLORDANE 4 16871
CHLORDANE 4 16837
CHLORDANE 4 16747
CHLORDANE 4 16852
CHLORDANE 4 16876
CHLORDANE 4 16877
CHLORDANE 4 17026
CHLORDANE 4 17030
CHLORDANE 4 17151
CHLORDANE 4 16880
CHLORDANE 4 17060
CHLORDANE 4 17029
CHLORDANE 4 17011
CHLORDANE 4 17075
CHLORDANE 4 17074
CHLORDANE 4 17153 •
CHLORDANE 4 17042
CHLORDANE 4 17138
CHLORDANE 4 17004
CHLOROANE 4 17040
CHLOROANE 4 17007
CHLORDANE 4
CHLORDANE 4 17048
CHLORDANE 4
CHLOROANE 4 17035
AUftl VTV^fUDHMTIIM
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
16621
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16689
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17061
17065
17130
MM 1 imi
AMOUNT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
..
.
.
.
.
.
•
•
AMOUNT
318.00
483.00
1010.00
219.00
79.50
152.00
179.00
201.00
593.00
1940.00
1650.00
1220.00
204.00
258.00
19.30
32.30
187.00
126.00
165.00
165.00

DETLIMIT
436.62
189.17
416.25
2173.91
414.35
168.12
292.17
523.33
210.96
250.00
139.71
136.22
1041.67
233.20
239.57
209.87
178.57
316.71
333.00
109.27
200.67
269.91
246.51
535.00
308.24
DETLIMIT
.
•
.
.
9
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
".
.
.
• • .
.
.
.
• • . '
•
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
urn
LNAMOUNT
•
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

LNAMOUNT
5.76
6.18
6.92
5.39
4.38
5.02
5.19
5.30
6.39
7.57
7.52
7.11
5.32
5.55
2.96
3.48
5.23
4.84
5.11
5.11
1:11
LNDL
6.08
5.24
6.03
7.68
6.03
5.24
5.68
6.26
5.35
5.52
4.94
4.91
6.95
5.45
5.48
5.35
5.18
5.76
5.81
4.69
5.30
5.60
5.51
6.28
5.73
LNDL
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
9
:
SOLIDS
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
IS:**1

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1552
1553
1556
1559
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
                                          ANALYTE=CHROMIUM STRATUM=1 	

                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                       DETLIMIT   UNIT

             507.00          .     KG/KG
16884        339.00          .     MS/KG
16896        489.00          .     MG/K6
             188.50          .     MG/KG
                   LNAMOUNT

                       6.23
                       5.83
                       6.19
                       5.24
            LNDL  SOLIDS

                     3.80
                     2.00
                     1.80
                     8.45
                                                    ANALYTE=CHROMIUM STRATUM=2
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1360
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
•> 1410
i 1413
w 1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1484
1485
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
mi
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
tmm
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    16527
                                                    16528
                                                    16814
                                                    16818

                                                    16634

                                                    16529

                                                    16810
                                                    16811
                                                    16833
                                                    17025
                                                    17061
                                                    16743

                                                    16831
                                                    16832
                                                    16799
                                                    16868

                                                    16823
                                                    16825

                                                    16888
                                                    16836
                                                    16839
                                                    17021
                                                    16879
                                                    16873
                                                    16874
                                                    17136

                                                    17024
                                                    17132
                                                    17133

                                                    17155
                                                    17019

                                                    17079
                                                    mn
             AMOUNT

              39.00
             147.00
             270.00
              51.30
              12.85
              82.80
              55.30
              23.10
              89.85
              60.50
            1270.00
             279.00
             343.00
             316.00
             136.00
             101.30
              60.60
              56.80
            1670.00
             173.00
             318.00
             654.00
             408.00
             752.50
              89.10
            1400.00
             641.00
             505.00
             405.00
            1870.00
             653.00
             107.00
              22.85
              23.80
              33.70
              39.50
             226.50
             108.00
             167.00
             174.00
             154.00
DETLIMIT   UNIT
LNAMOUNT
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
RBK
3.66
4.99
5.60
3.94
2.55
4.42
4.01
3.14
4.50
4.10
7.15
5.63
5.84
5.76
4.91
4.62
4.10
4.04
7.42
5.15
5.76
6.48
6.01
6.62
4.49
7.24
6.46
6.22
6.00
7.53
6.48
4.67
3.13
3.17
3.52
3.68
5.42
4.66
5.12
5.16
5.04
!:ป
LNDL   SOLIDS

        19.20
         3.00
        25.00
        17.80
        30.55
        32.20
        21.55
                                          10
                                          15
                                          30
                                       71.70
                                       30.80
                                        2.80
                                       18.10
                                        3.70
                                        1.85
                                       18.30
                                       20.40
                                       14.30
                                        3.10
                                       17.05
                                        4.
                                        3.
                                        3.
                      .40
                      .90
                      .60
                    18.60
                    38.30
                    20.00
                     2.00
                    33.20
                     3.80
                    63.60
                    14.80
                    19.90
                    21.00
                     4.64
                    15.20
                    82.80
                    44.30
                     4.90
                    20.05
                    31.90
                    ll:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
>
^ EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1362
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439

ANALYTE
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
ANALYTE
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM

STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
t
t
2
2
4*141 YTV*ปf
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
I
nKumun
SAMPLE

16655
16660
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
HIDHHTItM
rnnuniun
SAMPLE
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16686
16661
16862
16830
16851
16609
AMOUNT DETLIMIT UNIT
239.
34.
245.
21.
20.
50.
56.
416.
204.
276.
113.
17.
248.
133.
94.
121.
211.
224.
•Tfl ATI tMซ V
00
70
00
40
40
40
50
00
00
00
00
40
00
00
70
00
00
00
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
AMOUNT DETLIMIT UNIT
145.00
128.00
121.00
37.80
94.10
67.20
229.00
60.30
344.00
333.00
341.00
57.30
18.60
289.50
16843
16844
16841
131.00
147.00
37.50
310.00
16826
16629
47.90
78.20
15.50
16678
16669
16800
16606
17016
17047
\m
96.30
64.00
77.50
86.80
40.20
22
H
.60
:58
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
• njl yDJl
• FlWr I\V
LNAMOUNT
5.48
3.55
5.50
3.06
3.02
3.92
4.03
6.03
5.32
5.62
4.73
2.86
5.51
4.89
4.55
4.60
5.35
5.41
LNAMOUNT
4.98
4.85
4.80
3.63
4.54
4.21
5.43
4.10
5.64
5.81
5.63
4.05
2.92
5.67
4.68
4.99
3.62
5.74
3.87
4.36
2.74
4.57
4.16
4.35
4.46
3.69
3.12
I:!I
LNDL SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.60
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
LNDL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.60
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
: 11:18

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1440
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1400
1406
1407
1409
1490
1492
1497
1490
1502
1504
1505
1507
1500
1511
1513
1517
1510
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1540
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
	 ANALTTE=CHKOniUn 5TKATUn=3 	 	
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
CHROMIUM 3 16746
CHROMIUM 3
CHROMIUM 3 16049
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM

17031
17020

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17070
17152
17154
17004
17139
17003
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
CHROMIUM 3 17091
CHROMIUM 3 17009
CHROMIUM 3 16004
CHROMIUM 3 17070
CHROMIUM 3 17067
CHROMIUM 3 16003
CHROMIUM 3 16091
CHROMIUM 3 16092
CHROMIUM 3 17143
CHROMIUM 3 17057
CHROMIUM 3
10.10
445.20
2320.00
276.50
572.00
163.00
22.30
0.90
. .
40.20
37.70
95.20
20.00
97.50
00.00
420.00
53.40
47.10
624.00
109.00
20.10
50.40
299.00
30.00
27.30
35.70
939.00
52.90
33.20
31.60
22.40
1950.00
06.50
34.40
33.00
70.00
40.20
41.30
27.70
29.40
40.30
DETLIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
• MG/KG
MG/KG
11.30 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
2.31
6.10
7.75
5.62
6.35
5.09
3.10
2.19
2.42
3.69
3.63
4.56
3.36
4.50
4.49
6.04
3.90
3.05
6.44
5.24
3.34
4.07
5.70
3.43
3.31
3.50
6.04
3.97
3.50
3.45
3.11
7.50
4.46
3.54
3.50
4.36
3.00
3.72
3.32
3.30
3.70
SOLIDS
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.00
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.00
22.60
45.10
10.10
71.40
2.20
60.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE  28  POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
ST
4
4






4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                  ANALYTE=CHROMIUH STRATUM=4
                            SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
AMOUNT
10.00
274.00
3.10
41.60
5.40
72.90
2.00
14.70
.
21.30
32.20
16.10
85.60
30.10
24.30
3.90
2.20
76.70
342.00
57.50
118.00
2060.00
163.00
1940.00
.
10.70
40.10
55.90
58.30
.
21.30
64.50
9.60
34.70
41.50
54.00
11.20
38.20
.
26.50
,
47.90
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
40.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
16.70 MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
41.70 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
19.10 MG/KG
MG/KG
34.85 MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
2.30
5.61
1.13
3.73
1.69
4.29
0.69
2.69
.
3.06
3.47
2.76
4.45
3.40
3.19
1.36
0.79
4.34
5.83
4.05
4.77
7.63
5.09
7.57
.
2.37
3.69
4.02
4.07
.
3.06
4.17
2.26
3.55
3.73
3.99
2.42
3.64
.
3.28
.
3.67
LNDL SOLIDS
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.60
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
3.69 0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.60
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.60
2.30
2.82 1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
3.73 0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
2.95 1.07
6.30
3.55 0.60
5.10

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1436
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
i 1552
M 1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1416
1421
1422
1423
1424

ANALYTE i
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
ANALYTE
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
mm
ANALTIE=CUPPtH
ITRATUM SAMPLE
16821
16865
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16867
16689
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141

I :
1 16864
1 16896
1
STRATUM SAMPLE
2 16527
2 16526
2 16814
2 16818
2
2 16834
2
2 16529
2
2 16610
2 16811
2 16833
2 17025
2 17061
2 16743
2
2 16631
2 16832
2 16799
2 16868
5TRATUn=l 	 	
AMOUNT
870.00
369.00
789.00
666.00
335.00
534.00
799.00
755.00
708.00
1160.00
1220.00
1790.00
470.00
669.00
212.00
370.00
336.00
132.00
231.00
241.00
453.00
445.50
2375.00
1860.00
1400.00
766.50
: AMOUNT
259.00
1260.00
810.00
403.00
390.50
236.00
279.00
338.00
150.50
865.00
2500.00
415.00
463.00
449.00
605.00
1035.00
1760.00
657.00
1570.00
mm
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
OETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
: Rl^l
LNAMOUNT
6.77
5.96
6.67
6.53
5.81
6.26
6.68
6.63
6.56
7.06
7.11
7.49
6.15
6.51
5.36
5.91
5.82
4.86
5.44
5.46
6.12
6.10
7.77
7.53
7.24
6.67
LNAMOUNT
5.56
7.14
6.70
6.00
5.97
5.46
5.63
5.82
5.01
6.76
7.62
6.03
6.16
6.11
6.41
6.94
7.47
6.49
7.36
fcll
LNDL SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.60
6.45
LNDL SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
: i?:J?

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
i. 1515
u> 1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
STI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2'
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                   ANALYTE=COPPER STRATU1=2
                            SAMPLE

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
AMOUNT
226.
288.
361.
2900.
3120.
1540.
641.
821.
942.
341.
644.
541.
607.
339.
424.
316.
237.
515.
573.
92.
719.
386.
488.
471.
2120.
355.
140.
378.
510.
860.
524.
1320.
459.
490.
742.
623.
462.
859.
674.
534.
00
00
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
30
00
00
00
00
00
00
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
DETLIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
MG/KG 5.42
. MG/KG 5.66 .
MB/KG 5.89
MG/KG 7.97
. MG/KG 8.05 .
MG/KG 7.34
. MG/KG 6.46 .
MB/KG 6.71
MG/KG 6.85
MG/KG . 5.83
MG/KG 6.47
MG/KG 6.29
MG/KG 6.41
MG/KG 5.83
MG/KG 6.05
MG/KG 5.76
MG/KG 5.47
MG/KG 6.24
MG/KG 6.35
MG/KG 4.53
. MG/KG 6.58 .
MG/KG 5.96
MG/KG 6.19
MG/KG 6.15
MG/KG 7.66
MG/KG 5.87
MG/KG 4.95
MB/KB
MB/KG
MB/KG
MB/KG
MB/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MB/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
.93
.23
.76
.26
.19
.13
.19
.61
.43
.14
.76
.51
.28
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80.
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44. 30^
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00.
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
> 1425
i 1426
ฃ 1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
lili
ANALYTE
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
mm
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
!
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=COPPER STRATUM=3
                           SAMPLE

                           16532
                           16533
                           16534
                           16817
                           16819
                           16616
                           16536
                           16886
                           16861
                           16862
                           16830
                           16851
                           16809

                           16843
                           16844
                           16841

                           16826
                           16829

                           16878
                           16869
                           16800
                           16806
                           17016
                           17047
                           17050
                           16745
                           16746

                           16849

                           17031
                           17028

                           17144
                           17150
                           17044
                           17131
                           17023
                           17041
                           17027
                           17010
                           17015

                           17073
                           17078
                           17152
                           17154
                           17084

                           mi
AMOUNT
6.80
559.00
636.00
2410.00
647.00
140.00
465.00
581.00
931.00
1050.00
906.00
968.00
669.00
1552.00
338.00
339.00
702.00
838.00
239.00
444.00
465.00
1930.00
364.00
323.00
455.00
323.00
969.00
316.00
435.00
73.00
351.75
1120.00
336.00
652.00
507.00
251.00
231.00
164.00
567.00
508.00
694.00
220.00
478.00
483.00
1180.00
279.50
250.00
185.00
711.00
365.00
325.00
'188:88
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
: RBB
LN AMOUNT
1.92
6.33
6.46
7.79
6.47
4.94
6.14
6.36
6.84
6.96
6.61
6.86
6.77
7.35
5.62
5.83
6.55
6.73
5.46
6.10
6.18
7.57
5.95
5.78
6.12
' 5.76
6.66
5.76
6.08
4.29
5.86
7.02
5.82
6.75
6.23
5.53
5.44
5.10
6.34
6.23
6.54
5.39
6.17
6.18
7.07
5.63
5.52
5.22
6.57
5.95
5.78
Ul
LNDL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70


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EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
	 t
SI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3






                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                     •;.         ?i'-:->        •>•.;•*.•.
                                                     ANALYTE=
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                              17002
                                                              17003
                                                              17005
                                                              17001

                                                              17090
                                                              17091
                                                              17089
                                                              16804
                                                              17070
                                                              17067
                                                              16883
                                                              16891
                                                              16892
                                                              17143
                                                              17057
                                                     ANALYTE^COPPER STRATUM=4
AMOUNT DETLIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
1410.00
669.00
1870.00
355.00
199.50
360.00
248.00
749.00
559.00
586.00
1400.00
830.00
167.00
155.00
648.00
473.00
191.10
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
7.25
6.51
7.53
5.87
5.30
5.89
5.51
6.62
6.33
6.37
7.24
6.72
5.12
5.04
6.47
6.16
5.25
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                      AMOUNT
4
*
16525
16526
16815
16635
16602
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
1666Q
17060
404.00
684.00
57.40
855.00
917.00
343.00
33.70
596.00
340.00
428.00
995.00
285.00
902.00
1940.00
505.00
1010.00
17.40
411.00
635.00
925.00
357.00
3060.00
677.00
1230.00
296.00
345.00
1640.00
464.00
DETLIMIT   UNIT
LNAMOUNT
                                                               Ml
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
\\m
.00
.53
.05
.75
.62
5.84
3.52
6.39
5.83
6.06
6.90
5.65
6.60
7.57
6.22
6.92
2.86
6.02
6.45
6.83
5.68
6.03
6.52
7.11
5.69
5.84
7.40
6.14

LNOL   SOLIDS

       100.00
         0.60
        25.60
        34.60
         1.00
        37.40
        15.10
         1.90
         0.50
         1.50
        10.70
        52.60
        66.00
        20.30
        42.00
         2.80
        64.00
         1.70
        44.80
         0.60
         0.23
        19.10
         4.60
         2.30
         1.20
        39.50
         1.20
         3.40

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
> 1436
i 1436
ฃ 1*36
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE ซ
COPPER <
COPPER t
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER <
COPPER t
COPPER <
ANALYTE <
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
ANALT 1 E=COPPER Z
STRATUM SAMPLE
k 17075
\ 17074
k 17153
k 17042
k 17138
k 17004
k 17040
k 17007
k
k 17048
k
k 17035
MAI VTf-nTFI HDTM
JIM 1.1 1 C~UJ.CLUKArl
STRATUM SAMPLE
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16689
16890
. .
17046
17052
17020
17036
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141


16884
16896

AMOUNT
702.00
223.00
132.00
161.00
984.00
454.00
165.00
466.00
402.00
954.00
462.50
1970.00
ซTDAT1tM*1 ____.
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
22.62
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ป
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DETLIMIT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DETLIMIT
10.67
10.32
7.66
6.82
8.35
8.14
10.55
•
15.45
5.16
5.24
10.53
10.32
10.19
6.80
10.54
U.ซ
4.49
11.47
6.53
10.06
6.56
11.97
13.50
15.00
9.83
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNAMOUNT
6.55
5.41
4.66
5.06
.69
.12
.22
.14
.00
.86
.14
7.59
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
• -.
3.12
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNDL
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNDL
2.37
2.33
2.04
2.18
2.12
2.10
2.36
•
2.74
1.64
1.66
2.35
2.33
2.32
2.18
2.35
2.44
1.50
2.44
1.68
2.31
1.68
2.46
2.60
2.71
2.29
SOLIDS
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
1 1443
tj 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
lili
ANALYTE
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
mm\\\
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
-. • 	 2
|
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  t         ii-'i"!
                  ANALYTE=DIELDRIN STRATUM=2
                            SAMPLE

                            16527
                            16528
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
AMOUNT
r DETLIMIT
11.25
17.33
10.92
10.62
11.12
9.10
6.57
16.67
7.47
9.57
4.70
6.30
11.79
10.11
10.54
15.15
12.46
10.59
12.03
11.94
10.03
12.05
11.28
8.75
10.43
8.80
7.40
8.00
9.01
11.05
3.46
11.62
11.00
11.19
9.05
10.92
4.08
7.52
10.00
10.83
10.66
13.11
22.27
3.60
8.25
9.27
9.71
6.77
9.81
9.75
9.46

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Uffg :
LNDL
2.42
2.85
2.39
2.36
2.41
2.21
1.88
2.81
2.01
2.26
1.55
1.84
2.47
2.31
2.36
2.72
2.52
2.36
2.49
2.48
2.31
2.49
2.42
2.17
2.34
2.17
2.00
2.08
2.20
2.40
1.24
2.45
2.40
2.42
2.20
2.39
1.41
2.02
2.30
2.38
2.37
2.57
3.10
1.28
2.11
2.23
2.27
1.91
2.28
2.28
2.25
f:K
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
,63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
7ง'ง8

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                         DATA LISTING
N3S3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
> 1385
• 1395
oo 1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ANALYTE
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
ANALYTE
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
mm\\\
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
SAMPLE AMOUNT
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
2 17049
____.-__ ___ __ _ _ _ AIJAI VTB~nTH nBTU 4STD ATI IM"T ____.
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809
.
16843
16844
16841
*
16826
16829
.
16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746
.
16849
•• .
17031
17028
.
17144
1?JI? :
DET LIMIT
10.00
9.75
10.39
4.27
11.94
10.20
10.31
6.71
DETLIMIT
4.55
7.12
3.78
3.73
7.35
4.56
10.24
10.47
12.61
10.84
11.25
12.05
12.86
22.36
9.54
6.26
13.75
24.04
4.19
10.66
9.39
10.15
34.00
3.60
12.94
5.15
12.36
10.68
5.26
1.10
10.60
14.31
10.71
10.00
10.85
11.03
11.20
if:H
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG,
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HSffg :
LNDL
2.30
2.28
2.34
1.45
2.48
2.32
2.33
1.90
LNDL
1.51
1.96
1.33
1.32
2.00
1.52
2.33
2.35
2.53
2.36
2.42
2.49
2.55
3.11
2.26
1.84
2.62
3.18
1.43
2.38
2.24
2.32
3.53
1.33
2.56
1.64
2.52
2.37
1.66
0.10
2.36
2.66
2.37
2.30
2.36
2.40
2.42
1:31
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
&:ft

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
• 1546
ฃ 1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIHIT
DIELDRIN 3 17131 . 10.77
DIELDRIN 3 17023 . 11.03
DIELDRIN 3 17041 . 5.40
DIELDRIN 3 17027 . 10.50
DIELDRIN 3 17010 . 5.60
DIELDRIN 3 17015 . 105.26
DIELDRIN 3 . 9.45
DIELDRIN 3 17073 . 10.69
OIELDRIN 3 17078 . 15.05
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
OIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
17152 . 10.38
17154 . 5.01
17084 . 50.74
17139 . 8.10
17083 . 12.40
17002 47.47
17003 . 5.15
17005 . 10.85
17001 . 5.74
9.49
17090 . 10.98
17091 . 10.60
17089 14.32
16804 . 10.31
17070 . 7.47
17067 . 11.66
16883 . 4.75
16891 . 10.91
DIELDRIN 3 16892 . 4.83
OIELDRIN 3 17143 . 16.60
DIELDRIN 3 . 11.33
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.86
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG 2.66
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG .
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
2.38
2.40
1.69
2.35
1.72
4.66
2.25
2.37
2.71
2.34
1.61
3.93
2.09
2.52
.
1.64
2.38
1.75
2.25
2.40
2.36
.
2.33
2.01
2.46
1.56
2.39
1.58
2.81
2.43
SOLIDS
2
14
34
2
60
0
4
2
0
26
67
2
41
1
53
65
11
59
27
17
5
76
22
45
18
71
2
68
2
1
.60
.50
.10
.00
.20
.19
.50
.90
.93
.20
.30
.70
.60
.29
.70
.60
.80
.20
.75
.30
.00
.80
.60
.10
.10
.40
.20
.30
.65
.15

EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
14*4*1
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
DIELDRIN 4 16525 . 3.33
DIELDRIN 4 16526 . 13.75
DIELORIN 4 16815 . 0.78
DIELORIN 4 16835 . 8.33
DIELDRIN 4 16802 . 17.00
DIELORIN 4 16842 . 9.04
DIELDRIN 4 16540 . 1.59
OIELDRIN 4 16744 . 12.63
DIELDRIN 4 16750 . 22.00
DIELDRIN 4 16742 . 7.33
OIELORIN 4 16864 . 10.47
DIELDRIN 4 16867 . 6.29
DIELDRIN 4 16537 . 5.12
DIELDRIN 4 16538 . 9.31
DIELORIN 4 16539 . 8.02
BiftNUN :
\ lซป ":21 5:20
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS *:50
LNOL
1.20
2.62
-0.25
2.12
2.83
2.20
0.46
2.54
3.09
1.99
2.35
1.84
1.63
2.23
2.08
l!65
SOLIDS
100
0
25
34
1
.00
.80
.60
.80
.00
37.40
15
1
0
1
10
52
66
20
42
6*
.10
.90
.50
.50
.70
.80
.00
.30
.00


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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
> 1539
u, 1M7
0 1551
1555

EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452 .
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
\l%l
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
DIELDRIN 4 16871
DIELDRIN 4 16837
DIELDRIN 4 16747
DIELDRIN 4 16852
DIELDRIN 4 16876
DIELDRIN 4 16877
DIELDRIN 4 17026
DIELORIN 4 17030
DIELDRIN 4 17151
DIELDRIN 4 16880
DIELORIN 4 17060
DIELDRIN 4 17029
DIELDRIN 4 17011
DIELDRIN 4 17075
DIELDRIN 4 17074
DIELDRIN 4 17153
DIELDRIN 4 17042
DIELDRIN 4 17138
DIELDRIN 4 17004
DIELDRIN 4 17040 12.86
DIELDRIN 4 17007
DIELDRIN 4
DIELDRIN 4 17048
DIELDRIN 4
DIELDRIN 4 17035

ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
msm i tmi : .
DETLIMIT
17.65
7.57
16.25
86.96
16.60
7.50
11.74
20.83
8.43
10.00
5.59
5.45
41.67
9.20
9.57
8.40
7.14
12.66
13.00
.
8.02
10.35
9.84
20.83
12.35

DETLIMIT
21.34
20.60
15.30
17.62
16.72
16.31
21.10
19.63
30.00
10.37
10.49
21.06
20.63
20.38
17.64
21.08
22.38
8.97
22.93
13.07
mi
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG 2.87
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 2
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
2.02
2.79
4.47
2.81
2.01
2.46
3.04
2.13
2.30
1.72
1.70
3.73
2.22
2.26
2.13
1.97
2.54
2.56
55
2.08
2.34
2.29
3.04
2.51

UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG . 3.06
UG/KG . 3.03
UG/KG . 2.73
UG/KG . 2.87
UG/KG . 2.82
UG/KG . 2.79
UG/KG . 3.05
UG/KG . 2.98
UG/KG . 3.40
UG/KG . 2.34
UG/KG . 2.35
UG/KG . 3.05
UG/KG . 3.03
UG/KG . 3.01
UG/KG . 2.87
UG/KG . 3.05
UG/KG . 3.11
UG/KG . 2.19
UG/KG . 3.13
UG/KG . 2.57
MS : 1:E9
SOLIDS
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50


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EPISODE   ANALYTE
1552
1553
1556
1559
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                   ANALYTE=HEPTACHLOR STRATUM=1 —

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
16884
16896
                                                                            DETLIMIT   UNIT
23.95
27.00
30.56
19.66
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
                                          LNAMOUNT    LNDL   SOLIDS
3.18
3.30
3.42
2.98
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                    ANALYTE=HEPTACHLOR STRATUM=2 —

                                                     STRATUM  SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                        DETLIMIT  UNIT    LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                           LNDL   SOLIDS
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
> 1410
• 1413
j2 1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
ill!
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     16527
                                                     16528
                                                     16814
                                                     16818

                                                     16834

                                                     16529

                                                     16810
                                                     16811
                                                     16833
                                                     17025
                                                     17061
                                                     16743

                                                     16831
                                                     16832
                                                     16799
                                                     16868

                                                     16823
                                                     16825

                                                     16888
                                                     16838
                                                     16839
                                                     17021
                                                     16879
                                                     16873
                                                     16874
                                                     17136

                                                     17024
                                                     17132
                                                     17133

                                                     17155
                                                     17019

                                                     '17079
22.55
34.33
21.64
21.29
22.22
18.23
13.18
33.53
14.94
19.13
9.39
12.60
23.57
20.28
21.08
30.29
24.97
21.18
24.13
23.87
20.04
24.09
22.56
17.50
20.86
17.62
14.80
16.00
18.04
22.11
6.92
23.18
21.96
22.33
18.10
21.84
8.16
15.06
20.00
21.64
21.32
K:ii
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HOT
3.12
3.54
3.08
3.06
3.10
2.90
2.58
3.51
2.70
2.95
2.24
2.53
3.16
3.01
3.05
3.41
3.22
3.05
3.18
3.17
3.00
3.18
3.12
2.86
3.04
2.87
2.69
2.77
2.89
3.10
1.93
3.14
3.09
3.11
2.90
3.08
2.10
2.71
3.00
3.07
3.06
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
                                                                                                                              HIM

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                                                                 DATA LISTING
                                        NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
 i
Ul
ro
EPISODE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
	 ANALTIE=m
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
IPIACnUDK SIKATUn=Z 	
SAMPLE AMOUNT
.
16855 22.55
16860
16853
*
16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16605
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
DETLIMIT
7.21
*
16.54
19.49
13.52
19.66
19.53
19.00
20.00
9.36
20.00
19.56
20.73
8.56
23.91
20.40
20.63
13.43
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.12
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
1.97
^
2.92
2.97
2.60
2.98
2.97
2.94
3.00
2.24
3.00
2.97
3.03
2.15
3.17
3.02
3.03
2.60
SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1361
1382
1364
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1426
1433
1434
1435
1439
IKS
ANALYTE
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
Hi^l^t^
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
16532
16533
16534
16617
16819
16616
16536
16686
16861
16862
16830
16651
16809
*
16643
16844
16841
.
16826
16629
.
16678
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
\lffi :
DETLIMIT
9.09
14.17
7.57
7.46
14.71
9.11
20.45
20.93
25.22
21.68
22.50
24.23
25.71
45.43
19.08
12.57
27.50
48.07
8.37
21.71
18.80
20.31
66.00
7.59
25.93
10.29
24.65

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS :
LNDL
2.21
2.65
2.02
2.01
2.69
2.21
3.02
3.04
3.23
3.06
3.11
3.19
3.25
3.82
2.95
2.53
3.31
3.87
2.12
3.08
2.93
3.01
4.19
2.03
3.26
2.33
3.20

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
im

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
> 1508
,'„ 1511
S 1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE 3
HEPTACHLOR 3
HEPTACHLOR 3
HEPTACHLOR 3
HEPTACHLOR 2
HEPTACHLOR 2
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
MUI i c-ncr i AWILUI
ITRATUH SAMPLE
I 16746
\
I 16849
(
\ 17031
17028

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
1 17154
I 17084
! 17139
1 17083
S 17002
S 17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
3 17143
3
                                         AMOUNT
DETLiniT   UNIT
LNAKOUNT
                                                                                   LNDL  SOLIDS
2.20
21.20
28.75
21.44
20.00
21.73
22.01
22.36
26.14
22.22
21.54
22.07
10.79
21.00
11.18
210.53
18.90
21.03
30.11 •
20.73
10.00
101.85
16.18
24.81
12.42
10.32
21.61
11.49
16.97
21.97
21.40
8.85
20.58
14.92
23.37
•9.51
21.82
9.66
32.83
22.65
US/KG
US/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
0.79
3.05
3.36
3.07
3.00
3.08
3.09
3.11
3.26
3.10
3.07
3.09
2.38
3.04
2.41
5.35
2.94
3.05
3.40
3.03
2.30
4.62
2.78
3.21
2.52
2.33
3.07
2.44
2.94
3.09
3.06
2.18
3.02
2.70
3.15
2.25
3.08
2.27
3.49
3.12
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLCR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
S
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4




















4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                 ANALYTE=HEPTACHLOR STRATUM=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
AMOUNT
T DETLIMIT
6.67
27.50
1.56
16.67
34.00
18.05
3.25
24.74
44.00
14.67
20.93
12.59
10.23
18.62
16.02
18.21
10.41
35.29
15.13
33.75
173.91
33.14
15.00
23.48
41.67
16.89
20.00
11.18
10.90
83.33
18.80
19.15
16.80
14.29
25.31
27.00
6.75
16.06
21.63
19.68
43.33
24.71
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
1.90
3.31
0.45
2.81
3.53
2.89
1.18
3.21
3.78
2.69
3.04
2.53
2.33
2.92
2.77
2.90
2.34
3.56
2.72
3.52
5.16
3.50
2.71
3.16
3.73
2.83
3.00
2.41
2.39
4.42
2.93
2.95
2.82
2.66
3.23
3.30
2.17
2.78
3.07
2.98
3.77
3.21
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
i 1552
S 1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
          HEXACHLOROBENZENE
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                                               ANALYTE=HEXACHLORbBENZENE STRATUf1=l
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                              16821
                                                              16885
                                                              16739
                                                              17036
                                                              17145
                                                              17149
                                                              17033
                                                              17034
                                                              16887
                                                              16889
                                                              16890

                                                              17046
                                                              17052
                                                              17020
                                                              17038
                                                              17022
                                                              17081
                                                              17065
                                                              17130
                                                              17141
                                                              16884
                                                              16896
                                                ANALYTEsHEXACHLOROBENZENE 3TRATUM=2
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                           AMOUNT
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868
DETLIMIT
25641.03
14492.75
7692.31
633.33
333.33
344.83
20408.17
18161.82
4545.45
5263.16
5555.56
13701.20
1351.35
15873.02
333.33
333.33
476.19
434.78
476.19
400.00
384.62
7736.10
4551.28
1587.30
2222.22
3509.85
DETLIMIT
23809.53
111111.14
1449.26
16867.93
10204.06
12987.01
42572.47
66666.67
633.33
16666.67
5263.16
17657.14
1562.50
19607.64
28571.43
1666.67
17241.38
16666.67
23255.82

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG . .
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS :
LNOL
10.15
9.58
6.95
6.73
5.61
5.84
9.92
9.81
8.42
6.57
6.62
9.53
7.21
9.67
5.61
5.61
6.17
6.07
6.17
5.99
5.95
6.95
6.42
7.37
7.71
8.16
LNDL
10.08
11.62
7.26
9.65
9.23
9.47
10.66
11.11
6.73
9.72
8.57
9.79
7.35
9.86
10.26
7.42
9.76
9.72
10.05
9*'If
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.60
2.00
1.60
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5,10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
16.10
3.70
1.85
16.30
20.40
14.30
ifctt

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1465
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
h> 151*
i 1515
55 1520
* 1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROSENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROSENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

             ANALYTE=HEXACHLORDBENZENE STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16023
16825

16888
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019

17079
17072
17085

16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
DETLIMIT
7142.86
4347.83
12500.00
1851.85
11235.96
21739.13
12500.00
8333.33
1282.05
15873.02
22222.22
16954.02
153846.16
19607.84
217391.32
4166.67
263.16
322.58
14019.96
1052.63
1010.10
1111.11
3571.43
8333.33
15873.02
19607.84
6971.16
15384.62
15384.62
500.00
1014.61
250.00
100.00
18867.93
16949.15
4545.45
12820.51
21276.60
13513.51
6250.00
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
8.87
8.38
9.43
7.52
9.33
9.99
9.43
9.03
7.16
9.67
10.01
9.74
11.94
9.88
12.29
8.33
5.57
5.78
9.55
6.96
6.92
7.01
8.18
9.03
9.67
9.88
8.85
9.64
9.64
6.21
6.92
5.52
4.61
9.85
9.74
8.42
9.46
9.97
9.51
8.74
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
46.70

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                                                                DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OP  CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE^HEXACHLOROBENZENE STRATUH=3
 l
tn
EPISODE   ANALYTE

1367      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1367      HEXACH LOROBENZENE
1367      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1370      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1361      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1382      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1384      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1385      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1395      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1395      HEXACH LOROBENZENE
1396      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1397      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1402      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1404      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1405      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1405      HEXACHLOROSENZENE
1406      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1409      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1411      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1412      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1416      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1425      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1428      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1433      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1434      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1435      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1439      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1440      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1448      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1448      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1449      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1462      HEXACHLCROBENZENE
1472      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1474      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1475      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1476      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1479      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1479      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1480      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
I486      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1487      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1489      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1490      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1492      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1497      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1498      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1502      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1504      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1505      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1507      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1508      HEXACHLOROBENZENE

ill!
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                       AMOUNT
                        DETLIHZT   UNIT    LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                                         LNOL   SOLIDS
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3'
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
 16532
 16533
 16534
 16817
 16819
 16816
 16536
 16886
 16861
 16862
 16830
 16851
 16809

 16843
 16844
 16841

 16826
 16829

 16878
 16869
 16800
 16806
 17016
 17047
 17050
 16745
 16746

 16849

 17031
 17028

 17144
 17150
 17044
 17131
 17023
 17041
 17027
 17010
 17015

 17073
 17078
 17152
,17154
 17084

 mi
7692.31
23809.53
4545.45
2564.10
10101.01
454.55
100000.04
11904.76
2000.00
16129.03
27777.78
62500.01
25641.03
16666.67
2325.58
6250.00
10526.32
8333.33
4000.00
14705.88
9545.46
18181.82
6666.67
3703.70
1298.70
322.58
12345.68
1754.39
5263.16
33333.34
1516.45
6666.67
15268.07
2127.66
10989.01
1420.23
322.58
568.18
8333.33
1612.90
21739.13
10000.00
16129.03
333.33
5263.16
686.84
15625.00
4761.91
370.37
384.62
1183.29
KIM*
US/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn
8.95
10.08
8.42
7.85
9.22
6.12
11.51
9.38
7.60
9.69
10.23
11.04
10.15
9.72
7.75
8.74
9.26
9.03
8.29
9.60
9.16
9.81
8.80
8.22
7.17
5.78
9.42
7.47
8.57
10.41
7.32
8.80
9.63
7.66
9.30
7.26
5.78
6.34
9.03
7.39
9.99
9.21
9.69
5.81
8.57
6.53
9.66
8.47
5.91
5.95
7.08
?:H
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
'lit*

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                                                                DATA LISTING
                                        NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBENZENE STRATUM=3
     EPISODE   ANALYTE

     1517      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1518      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1519      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1525      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1526      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1537      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1541      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1542      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1546      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1547      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1548      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1560      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1561      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1561      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1563      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1565      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
     1566      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
Ul
oo
EPISODE   ANALYTE

1362      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1362      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1363      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1388      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1389      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1401      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1407      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1408      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1414      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1415      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1417      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1420      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1427      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1430      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1431      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1432      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1441      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1442      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1445      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1455      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1459      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1461      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1464      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1465      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1466      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1467      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1468      HEXACHLOROBENZENE
1470      HEXACHLOROBENZENE

KB
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                           AMOUNT
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
          17002
          17003
          17005
          17001

          17090
          17091
          17089
          16804
          17070
          17067
          16883
          16891
          16892
          17143
          17057
                                                     ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBENZENE STRATUM=4

                                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
16525
16531
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
DETLIMIT
5882.35
500.00
2564.10
7692.31
333.33
370.37
266.67
454.55
15384.62
7692.31
18867.93
7692.31
1190.48
454.55
1090.63
8333.33
8522.73
DETLIMIT
3846.15
333.33
33333.34
2222.22
13698.63
30303.03
909.09
2777.78
1886.79
7142.66
2272.73
31250.00
769.23
5263.16
17543.86
7142.86
4761.91
588.24
16666.67
7692.31
4761.91
16666.67
714.29
7692.31
2702.70
4545.45
303.03
3030.30

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
H&K
LNDL
8.68
6.21
7.85
8.95
5.81
5.91
5.59
6.12
9.64
8.95
9.85
8.95
7.08
6.12
6.99
9.03
9.05
LNDL
8:25
5.81
10.41
7.71
9.53
10.32
6.81
7.93
7.54
8.87
7.73
10.35
6.65
8.57
9.77
8.87
.47
.38
.72
.95
.47
.72
.57
.95
7.90
8.42
5.71
8.02
I'll
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
.*!:ซ

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EPISODE
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
> 1419
• 1436
ฃ 1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                      ...  •    '.    (if It     ,    :;
             ANALYTE=HEXACHLOR08ENZENE STRATUM=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
17011
17075
17074
17153
17042
1713ft
17004
17040
17007

17048

17035
            ANALYTE^HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE 3TRATUM=1
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                            16821
                            16885
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            17149
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022
                            17081
                            17065
                            17130
                            17141
                             16884
                             16896
             AMOUNT
DETLIMIT
2063.33
4545.45
43476.27
312.50
12048.19
1123.60
33333.34
434.78
7692.31
1949.93
633.33
27500.00
2222.22
DETLIMIT
25641.03
14492.75
7692.31
833.33
333.33
344.83
20408.17
16161.82
4545.45
5263.16
5555.56
13701.20
1351.35
15873.02
333.33
333.33
476.19
434.78
476.19
400.00
384.62
7738.10
4551.28
1587.30
2222.22
3509.65
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
7.64
6.42
10.68
5.74
9.40
7.02
10.41
6.07
6.95
7.58
6.73
10.22
7.71
LNDL
10.15
9.58
8.95
6.73
5.61
5.64
9.92
9.81
6.42
6.57
6.62
9.53
7.21
9.67
5.81
5.81
6.17
6.07
6.17
5.99
5.95
6.95
6.42
7.37
7.71
6.16
SOLIDS
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
16.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
6.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
' 1443
0 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
liil
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD I ENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLORCBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAD I ENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLCROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTADI ENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE

                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  2
                  I
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16527
16520
16614
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16668

16823
16825

16888
16836
16839
17021
16879
16873
16674
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019

17079
17072
17065

16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17066

\m
DETLIMIT
23809.53
111111.14
1449.28
18667.93
10204.06
12967.01
42572.47
66666.67
633.33
16666.67
5263.16
17657.14
1562.50
19607.64
28571.43
1666.67
17241.36
16666.67
23255.82
11494.25
19419.31
7142.86
4347.83
12500.00
1851.85
11235.96
21739.13
12500.00
8333.33
1282.05
15873.02
22222.22
16954.02
153846.16
19607.64
217391.32
4166.67
263.16
322.58
14019.96
1052.63
1010.10
1111.11
3571.43
8333.33
15673.02
19607.84
6971.16
15364.62
15384.62
500.00
'Uttl
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
• UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
B8/&I
LNAMOUNT LNDL
10.08
11.62
7.26
9.65
9.23
9.47
10.66
11.11
6.73
9.72
8.57
9.79
7.35
9.88
10.26
7.42
9.76
9.72
10.05
9.35
9.87
8.87
8.36
9.43
7.52
9.33
9.99
9.43
9.03
7.16
9.67
10.01
9.74
11.94
9.88
12.29
8.33
5.57
5.78
9.55
6.96
6.92
7.01
6.16
9.03
9.67
9.86
8.65
9.64
9.64
6.21

SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.80
16.10
3.70
1.65
16.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2 . ftfl
• 70*5o

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EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAO IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAO IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
Hi^HtSISil^ABiiHi
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
                  Z
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
            ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE STRATUM=3

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
DETLIMIT
100.00
16867.93
16949.15
4545.45
12620.51
21276.60
13513.51
6250.00
UNIT LNAMOl
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
INT LNDL
4.61
9.85
.74
.42
.46
.97
.51
.74
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16661
16862
16830
16851
16609

16843
16844
16841

16626
16829

16676
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

 16649

 17031
 17026

• 17144
                        DETLIMIT   UNIT
LNAMOUNT
                                                       LNDL   SOLIDS
7692.31
23609.53
4545.45
2564.10
10101.01
454.55
100000.04
11904.76
2000.00
16129.03
27777.78
62500.01
25641.03
16666.67
2325.58
6250.00
10526.32
6333.33
4000.00
14705.88
9545.46
18161.62
6666.67
3703.70
1298.70
322.58
12345.68
1754.39
5263.16
33333.34
1516.45
6666.67
15268.07
2127.66
10989.01
1420.23
322.58
_ 3QQ • Aw
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
8.95
10.08
8.42
7.85
9.22
6.12
11.51
9.38
7.60
9.69
10.23
11.04
10.15
9.72
7.75
8.74
9.26
9.03
8.29
9.60
9.16
9.81
8.80
8.22
7.17
5.78
9.42
7.47
8.57
10.41
7.32
8.80
9.63
7.66
9.30
7.26
5.78
*:ป
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.60
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
ut

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EPISODE
1486
1467
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
EPISODE
1362
1362
1363
1366
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
m
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD I ENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD I ENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
Hi$A8tlt8S8iij?A6iil1i
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM  SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17076
17152
17154
17084
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16692
17143
17057
            ANALYTE=HEXACHLOR08UTAOIENE STRATUM=4
                 STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
                 4
16525
16531
16526
16615
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16664
16867
16537
UBS
DETLIMIT
1612.90
21739.13
10000.00
16129.03
333.33
5263.16
666.84
15625.00
4761.91
370.37
384.62
1163.29
1204.82
2008.27
5682.35
500.00
2564.10
7692.31
333.33
370.37
266.67
454.55
15364.62
7692.31
16867.93
7692.31
1190.46
454.55
1090.63
6333.33
8522.73
DETLIMIT
3846.15
333.33
33333.34
2222.22
13698.63
30303.03
909.09
2777.78
1886.79
7142.66
2272.73
31250.00
769.23
5263.16
lWl:tt
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
US/KG 7.39
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KB
UG/T.G
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
.99
.21
.69
.81
.57
.53
.66
.47
5.91
5.95
7.06
7.09
7.61
6.68
6.21
7.85
8.95
5.81
5.91
5.59
6.12
.64
.95
.65
.95
.08
.12
.99
.03
.05
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG 8.25
UG/KG 5.81
UG/KG 10.41
UG/KG 7.71
UG/KG 9.53
UG/KG 10.32
UG/KG 6.61
UG/KG 7.93
UG/KG 7.54
UG/KG 8.87
UG/KG 7.73
UG/KG 10.35
UG/KG 6.65
UG/KG 8.57
\m Ul
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.60
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
mi

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                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR.THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
> 1527
1 1532
S 1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
UK
ANALYTE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACH LOROBUTAD IENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
ANALYTE
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD ; -

- ANALIlt
s
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3

















i
                   =HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE STRATUM=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                           16798
                           16797
                           16871
                           16837
                           16747
                           16852
                           16876
                           16877
                           17026
                           17030
                           17151
                           16880
                           17060
                           17029
                           17011
                           17075
                           17074
                           17153
                           17042
                           17138
                           17004
                           17040
                           17007

                           17048

                           17035
                    ANALYTE3LEAD STRATUM^!

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16821
                            16885
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            17149
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022,
                            17081-
                            \m
tlHHI
AMU


.ซ
LHl-f
INT



AMOUNT
121.00
211.00
291.00
339.00
95.20
227.00
252.00
210.00
338.00
459.00
491.00
237.50
124.00
160.00
68.50
124.00
66.60
47.70
80 .80
issloo
DETLIMIT UNIT
4761.91 UG/KG
588.24 UG/KG
16666.67 UG/KG
7692.31 UG/KG
4761.91 UG/KG
16666.67 UG/KG
714.29 UG/KG
7692.31 UG/KG
2702.70 UG/KG
4545.45 UG/KG
303.03 UG/KG
3030.30 UG/KG
10416.67 UG/KG
5555.56 UG/KG
2083.33 UG/KG
4545.45 UG/KG
43478.27 UG/KG
312.50 UG/KG
12048.19 UG/KG
1123.60 UG/KG
33333.34 UG/KG
434.78 UG/KG
7692.31 UG/KG
1949.93 UG/KG
833.33 UG/KG
27500.00 UG/KG
2222.22 UG/KG
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG
: RM8
LNAMOUNT
,
*
*
LNAMOUNT
4.80
5.35
5.67
5.83
4.56
5.42
5.53
5.35
5.82
6.13
6.20
5.47
4.82
5.08
4.23
4.82
4.20
3.86
y!
LNOL SOLIDS
8.47 2.80
6.38 64.00
9.72 1.70
8.95 44.80
8.47 0.80
9.72 0.23
6.57 19.10
8.95 4.80
7.90 2.30
8.42 1.20
5.71 39.50
8.02 1.20
9.25 3.40
8.62 62.40
7.64 0.48
8.42 2.50
10.68 9.40
5.74 37.50
9.40 47.60
7.02 14.30
10.41 1.00
6.07 72.70
8.95 41.90
7.58 1.07
6.73 6.30
10.22 0.60
7.71 5.10
LNOL SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00


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                                                            DATA LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
                                          — ANALYTE=LEAO  STRATUH=1

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                     17141
                                                               16864
                                                               16896
                                                       ANALYTE=LEAD STRATUM=2
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                     STRATUM   SAMPLE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2.
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     16527
                                                     16528
                                                     16814
                                                     16818

                                                     16834

                                                     16529

                                                     16810
                                                     16811
                                                     16833
                                                     17025
                                                     17061
                                                     16743

                                                     16831
                                                     16832
                                                     16799
                                                     16868

                                                     16823
                                                     16825

                                                     16888
                                                     16836
                                                     16839
                                                     17021
                                                     16879
                                                     16873
                                                     16874
                                                     17136

                                                     17024
                                                     17132
                                                     17133

                                                     17155
                                                     17019
                                                     17079
=1 	
AMOUNT
173.00
296.00
377.50
248.00
350.00
314.00
AMOUNT
166.00
444.00
90.00
575.00
164.50
27.80
162.15
68.60
30.50
153.00
486.00
144.00
221.00
196.00
45.40
425.50
96.40
1670.00
138.00
263.00
370.50
•
168.00
229.00
472.00
537.00
232.00
349.00
661.00
302.00
118.00
63.70
49.90
166.00
41.80
58.20
310.50
54.70
454.00
7II:H
DETLIMIT UNIT
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
24.40 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. . MG/KG
114.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
-. BOS
LNAMOUNT
5.15
5.69
5.93
5.51
5.86
5.75
LNAMOUNT
5.11
6.10
4.50
6.35
5.10
3.33
5.09
4.23
3.42
5.03
6.19
4.97
5.40
5.28
3.82
6.05
4.57
7.42
4.93
5.57
5.91
•
5.12
5.43
6.16
6.29
5.45
5.86
6.49
5.71
4.77
4.15
3.91
5.11
3.73
4.06
5.74
4.00
6.12
*:il
LNDL SOLIDS
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
LNDL SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
3.19 4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.74 4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
: il:H

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                                                                DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                           ANALYTE=LEAD STRATU1=2
    EPISODE   ANALYTE
    1510
    1514
    1515
    1520
    1521
    1522
    1523
    1524
    1524
    1529
    1535
    1538
    1540
    1544
    1545
    1554
    1554
    1558
    1564
    1564
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
STRATUM   SAMPLE

2         17072
2         17085
2
2         16855
2         16860
2         16853
2
2         16854
2         16856
2         17066
2         17088
2         17087
2         17093
2         16603
2         16805
2         17066
2         17071
2         16801
2         17043
2         17049
o\
in
                                                           ANALYTE=LEAD STRATUM=3
     EPISODE   ANALYTE
     1367
     1367
     1367
     1370
     1381
     1382
     1364
     1365
     1395
     1395
     1396
     1397
     1402
     1404
     1405
     1405
     1406
     1409
     1411
     1412
     1416
     1425
     1428
     1433
     1434
     m
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD

fcBB
                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE
          16532
          16533
          16534
          16817
          16819
          16816
          16536
          16886
          16661
          16862
          16830
          16851
          16609

          16643
          16844
          16841

          16626
          16629

          16878
          16869
          16600
          16606
AMOUNT
129.00
23.20
99.70
55.40
402.00
73.20
40.80
65.30
53.50
357.00
142.00
247.00
156.00
52.70
158.00
328.90
234.00
133.00
352.00
314.00
AMOUNT
210.00
160.00
217.00
483.00
126.00
58.10
522.00
270.00
100.00
101.00
440.00
149.00
.
266.20
125.00
156.00
156.00
95.20
98.10
178.00
87.10
228.00
.
169.00
60.10
115.65
52.60
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
DETLIHIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
71.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
52.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
200.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
' : KB
LNAMOUNT
4.66
3.14
4.60
4.01
6.00
4.29
3.71
4.18
3.98
5.68
4.96
5.51
5.05
3.96
5.06
5.80
5.46
4.69
5.86
5.75
LNAMOUNT
5.35
5.08
5.36
6.18
4.65
4.06
6.26
5.60
4.61
4.62
6.09
5.00
.
5.56
4.83
5.05
5.05
4.56
4.59
5.18
4.47
5.43
.
5.13
4.38
fctt
LNDL SOLIDS
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
LNDL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
4.27 1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
3.96 4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
5.30 0.50
89.30
17.70
: Ifctt

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EPISODE
1440
1448
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1460
1466
1467
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
31
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                    ANALYTE=LEAD STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            1664?

                            17031
                            17026

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17076
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17063
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17069
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16692
                            17143
                            17057
AMOUNT
47.50
187.00
23.60
229.25
262.00
112.50
279.00
117.00
103.35
17.10
.
221.00
.
49.70
39.90
90.00
266.00
.
53.40
,
136.00
446.00
52.40
61.60
100.00
,
126.00
149.00
388.00
209.00
63.15
124.00
79.20
630.00
63.40
75.70
66.10
262.00
47.30
67.00
p
.
235.00
DETLIMIT UNIT I
. MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
56.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
38.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
525.00 MG/KG
35.40 MG/KG
57.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
77.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
63.00 MG/KG
134.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
^AMOUNT
3.86
5.23
3.16
5.43
5.64
4.72
5.63
4.76
4.64
2.84
.
5.40
.
3.91
3.69
4.50
5.66
.
3.96
.
4.91
6.10
3.96
4.40
4.61
.
4.85
5.00
5.96
5.34
4.15
4.62
4.37
6.45
4.15
4.33
4.46
5.64
3.86
4.20
,
.
5.46
LNDL SOLIDS
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
4.03 1.76
3.60
3.65 2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
6.26 0.19
3.57 4.50
4.05 2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
4.34 1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
4.14 2.65
4.90 0.75
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
> 1464
c* "65
*J 1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
. LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
. 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                    ANALYTE=LEAD STRATUM=4
                            SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16664
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
AMOUNT
14.30
137.00
9
71.70
24.80
34.80
9.40
,
.
.
158.00
20.80
196.00
78.50
231.00
127.00
24.50
.
992.00
.
. •
236.00
88.40
149.00
,
60.70
112.00
107.00
108.00
,
138.00
111.00
58.20
46.80
214.00
104.00
28.80
146.00
9
55.70
211.00
309.00
DETLIMIT
^
9
3.90
.
.
.
,
52.50
200.00
66.50
.
.
9
.
.
*
.
59.00
,
125.00
218.00
.
,
.
83.50
.
.
•
t -
208.00
.
•
.
.
. .
,.
.
ซ
95.50
*
166.00
.
UNIT L
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
NAMOUNT
2.66
4.92
.
4.27
3.21
3.55
2.24
.
.
ซ
5.06
3.03
5.28
4.36
5.44
4.84
3.20
.
6.90
.
.
5.46
4.48
5.00
.
4.11
4.72
4.67
4.68
.
4.93
4.71
4.06
3.85
5.37
4.64
3.36
4.98
.
4.02
5.35
5.73
LNOL SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
1.36 25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
3.96 1.90
5.30 0.50
4.20 1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
4.08 1.70
44.80
4.83 0.80
5.38 0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
4.42 1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
5.34 0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
4.56 1.07
6.30
5.11 0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
• 1552
OD 1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
im
ANALYTE
LINOANE (6AMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHCI
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHCI
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
ANALYTE
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
Hi iltfHE)
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
            ANALYTE=LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC) STRATUM=1

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                            16821
                            16865
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            171*9
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022
                            17081
                            17065
                            17130
                            17141
                            16884
                            16896
            ANALYTE=LINDANE (GAMMA-BHCI STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868
OETLIMIT
26.89
25.96
19.14
22.04
20.88
20.37
26.63
24.76
36.16
12.96
13.11
26.54
26.01
25.65
22.21
26.56
26.57
11.23
28.93
16.34
25.41
16.45
30.26
34.00
38.33
24.61
OETLIMIT
26.39
43.33
27.56
26.80
27.77
22.95
16.61
42.16
18.80
24.35
11.74
15.86
29.64
25.52
26.49
38.41
31.42
26.67
30.35
mi
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG .
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
BOS :
LNDL
3.29
3.26
2.95
3.09
3.04
3.01
3.28
3.21
3.64
2.56
2.57
3.26
3.26
3.24
3.10
3.28
3.35
2.42
3.36
2.79
3.24
2.60
3.41
3.53
3.65
3.21
LNDL
3.35
3.77
3.32
3.29
3.32
3.13
2.61
3.74
2.93
3.19
2*. 46
2.76
3.39
3.24
3.26
3.65
3.45
3.26
3.41
1:2!
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
6.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
16.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
i?:iS

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=LINDANE (6AHMA-BHC)
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16023
16825

16888
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019

17079
17072
17085

16855
16860
16653

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
AMOUNT DET LIMIT
72.05
28.46
22.08
26.24
22.01
18.65
20.00
22.71
27.63
8.71
29.19
27.69
28.19
22.84
27.57
10.20
18.80
25.10
27.25
26.65
33.11
56.18
9.00
20.61
23.33
24.51
16.91
24.75
24.62
23.92
25.36
11.70
25.20
24.63
26.12
10.69
29.86
25.70
26.00
16.78
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG 4.28
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
e
3.35
3.09
3.27
3.09
2.93
3.00
3.12
3.32
2.16
3.37
3.32
3.34
3.13
3.32
2.32
2.93
3.22
3.31
3.28
3.50
4.03
2.20
3.03
3.15
3.20
2.83
3.21
3.20
3.17
3.23
2.46
3.23
3.20
3.26
2.37
3.40
3.25
3.26
2.82
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1466
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
iili
ANALYTE
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMHA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAHMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LitOi lilffffciHEi
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=LINDANE  (GAMMA-BHC) STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM  SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16849

17031
17028

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
17154
17084
mil
75.65
DETLIMIT
11.45
17.85
9.45
9.44
18.53
11.40
25.57
26.51
. '
27.33
28.44
30.51
32.14
56.69
24.01
15.71
35.00
60.58
10.47
27.14
23.48
25.59
84.00
9.48
32.66
12.87
31.09
26.86
13.12
2.75
26.77
36.25
26.99
25.20
27.13
27.76
27.97
32.95
26.06
26.92
27.79
13.61
26.50
13.99
263.16
23.79
26.55
38.71
26.15
12.51
126.15

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 4.33
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
I&H :
LNDL
2.44
2.88
2.25
2.24
2.92
2.43
3.24
3.26
.
3.31
3.35
3.42
3.47
4.04
3.18
2.75
3.56
4.10
2.35
3.30
3.16
3.24
4.43
2.25
3.49
2.56
3.44
3.29
2.57
1.01
3.29
3.59
3.30
3.23
3.30
3.32
3.33
3.50
3.33
3.29
3.32
2.61
3.26
2.64
5.57
3.17
3.28
3.66
3.26
2.53
4.85

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70


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EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
!ฃ ป62
M 1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459 '
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
\m
ANALYTE
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
ANALYTE
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)
LINDANE (GAMMA-BHC)
tJHBJUi 181^-11181
                        DATA LISTING
NS3S POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

            ANALYTE=LINDANE  (GAmA-BHC) STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM  SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16083
16891
16892
17143
            ANALYTEsLINDANE (6AMMA-BHC) STRATUM:*
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
             AMOUNT
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4.
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16667
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
17060
17029

KTO
DETLIMIT
15.
12.
27.
14.
23.
27.
27.
11.
25.
18.
29.
11.
27.
12.
41.
27.
51
90
20
36
92
69
00
07
93
67
45
88
73
08
51
88
DETLIMIT
8.40
35.
1.
20.
43.
22.
4.
31.
56.
18.
26.
00
95
98
00
57
04
05
00
67
36
15.74
12.79
23.
20.
23.
45
05
21
13.02
44.12
18.91
42.50
217.39
41.41
18.96
29.57
52.50
21.09
25.00
14.12
13.62

11
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
2.74
2.56
3.30
2.66
3.17
3.32
3.30
2.40
3.26
2.93
3.38
2.47
3.32
2.49
3.73
3.33
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
UG/KG . 2.13
UG/KG
3.56
UG/KG . 0.67
UG/KG . 3.04
UG/KG . 3.76
UG/KG
UG/KG
3.12
1.40
UG/KG . 3.44
UG/KG . 4.03
UG/KG
2.93
UG/KG . 3.27
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ura
2.76
2.55
3.15
3.00
3.14
2.57
3.79
2.94
3.75
5.38
3.72
2.94
3.39
3.96
3.05
3.22
2.65
2.61

SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40


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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
(GAMMA-BHC)
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1368
1391
1419
1436
> 1436
• 1436
M 1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
                                              ANALYTE=LINOANE (GAMMA-BHC)

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                                                              17074
                                                              17153
                                                              17042
                                                              17138
                                                              17004
                                                              17040
                                                              17007

                                                              17048

                                                              17035
                                                    ANALYTE=MERCURY STRATUM:1

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE'
                                                              16821
                                                              16885
                                                              16739
                                                              17036
                                                              17145
                                                              17149
                                                              17033
                                                              17034
                                                              16887
                                                              16889
                                                              16890

                                                              17046
                                                              17052
                                                              17020
                                                              17038
                                                              17022
                                                              17081
                                                              17065
                                                              17130
                                                              17141
                                                               16864
                                                               16896
tOUNT
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.
.
.
*
BUNT
4.70
1.50
2.50
2.20
1.30
1.50
2.90
2.10
.
2.30
2.40
1.55
1.10
2.00
1.30
2.50
.
0.60
0.90
1.10
2.00
1.05
5.00
7.00
.
5.60
DETLIMIT
24.15
20.99
17.86
31.96
34.00
10.92
20.07
26.80
24.92
54.17
30.98
DETLIMIT
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
. 7.30
.
9
.
.
.
,
.
3.80
.
m
.
9
ซ
.
.
4.40
.
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LN AMOUNT
.
.
.
.
,
.
•
.
.
.
'
LNAMOUNT
1.55
0.41
0.92
0.79
0.26
0.41
1.06
0.74
.
0.83
0.88
0.44
0.10
0.69
0.26
0.92
.
-0.51
-0.11
0.10
0.69
0.05
1.61
1.95
.
1.72
LNDL
3.18
3.04
2.88
3.46
3.53
2.39
3.00
3.29
3.22
3.99
3.43
LNDL
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.99
.
9
,
.
.
.
.
1.34
9
9
,
.
.
.
.
1.48
.
SOLIDS
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
' 1443
w 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
\m
ANALYTE
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
MERCURY
HERCURY
HERCURY
m
STU
2
. 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
............. . . 2
2
I
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=MERCURY STRATUM=2
                            SAMPLE

                            16527
                            16528
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
I=Z 	
AMOUNT ' 1
2.00
5.00
0.90
3.40
2.65
1.20
0.95
9
9
9.10
12.00
2.00
*
2.20
2.70
5.60
2.20
2.00
2.20
,
1.65
,
^
*
2.20
2.20
2.50
11.30
3.60
.
0.20
2.00
1.20
1.50
1.90
2.10
5.55
1.60
3.70
5.05
0.60
1.60
0.70
1.65
2.10
14.10
5.30
1.55
2.50
3.90
2.20
4170
DETLIHIT
.
. •
9
9
9
.
.
1.60
1.95
.
.
.
2.90
9
,
4.20
.
.
.
2.60
,
1.80
2.10
2.20
.
.
,
.
,
2.10
*
m
%
t
.
.
m
.
,
9
.
.
.
.
.
_ .
.
.
.
.
•
2.80
UNIT 1
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
KG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
ffiffi
.NAHOUNT
0.69
1.61
-0.11
1.22
0.97
0.18
-0.05
.
.
2.21
2.48
0.69
.
0.79
0.99
1.72
0.79
0.69
0.79
.
0.50
.
.
.
0.79
0.79
0.92
2.42
1.28
*
-1.61
0.69
0.18
0.41
0.64
0.74
1.71
0.47
1.31
1.62
-0.51
0.47
-0.36
0.50
0.74
2.65
1.67
0.44
0.92
1.36
0.79
r.55
LNDL
m
.
.
.
.
.
.
0.47
0.67
.
.
.
1.06
•
.
1.44
.
.
.
0.96
.
0.59
0.74
0.79
.
.
.
.
.
0.74
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.03
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.60
18.10
3.70
1.85
16.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
7?:S8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
CKIUKI aiKf
SAMPLE
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
AMOUNT
5.50
.40
.70
.00
.30
.90
.90
2.90
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAHOUNT
1.70
0.88.
0.53
0.00
0.26
1.59
1.06
1.06
LNDL SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
> 1385
• 1395
ฃ 1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ANALYTE
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16849

17031
17028

17144
\m
3.30
17.20
3.10
5.80
4.70
1.40
2.00
5.30
.
1.20
2.50
6.30
.
17.60
2.10
1.40
6.20
3.40
1.60
.
2.40
6.20
.
1.10
1.80
18.00
3.20
2.10
1.50
.
4.67
3.50
3.50
3.20
2.00
1.80
0.80
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
3.50 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
5.70 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
2.30 MG/KG
MG/KG
' . MG/KG
16.00 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
0.70 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
1.19
2.84
1.13
1.76
1.55
0.34
0.69
1.67
.
0.18
0.92
1.84
,
2.87
0.74
0.34
1.82
1.22
0.47
.
0.88
1.82
.
0.10
0.59
2.89
1.16
0.74
0.41
.
1.54
1.25
1.25
1.16
0.69
0.59
-0.22
LNDL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
1.25 2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.74 1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
0.83 3.50
35.80
19.50
2.77 0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
-0.36 10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
f:50 i:ft

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
* 1546
Dl 1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
181
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
MERCURY 3 17131 8.30
MERCURY 3 17023 16.00
MERCURY 3 17041 1.10
MERCURY 3 17027 . 4.00
MERCURY 3 17010 4.50
MERCURY 3 17015 . . 42.00
MERCURY 3 2.10 1.90
MERCURY 3 17073 . 2.80
MERCURY 3 17078 . 8.60
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
17152 5.20
17154 2.20
17084 3.00
17139 1.90
17083 . 6.20
17002 4.50
17003 3.80
17005 7.50
17001 6.20
5.95
17090 0.80
17091 1.70
17089 4.30
16804 3.70
17070 4.10
MERCURY 3 17067 2.30
MERCURY 3 16883 4.30
MERCURY 3 16891 . 3.60
MERCURY 3 16892 1.10
MERCURY 3 17143 . 3.00
MERCURY 3 17057 . 10.60
MERCURY 3 .7.00
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
MERCURY 4 16525 0.40
MERCURY 4 16526 . 10.00
MERCURY 4 16815 . 0.30
MERCURY 4 16835 4.00
MERCURY 4 16802 . 8.00
MERCURY 4 16842 1.30
MERCURY 4 16540 0.60
MERCURY 4 16744 . 4.20
MERCURY 4 16750 . 16.00
MERCURY 4 16742 . 5.30
MERCURY 4 16864 6.40
MERCURY 4 16867 . 0.10
MERCURY 4 16537 1.80
MERCURY 4 16538 4.20 .
mm
1 UflS 41:9*8 :
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG

LNAMOUNT
2.12
2.77
0.10
LNDL






1.39
1.50


3.74
0.74
0.64
1.03
2.15
1.65
0.79
1.10
0.64








1.82
1.50
1.34
2.01
1.82
1.78
-0.22
0.53
1.46
1.31
1.41
0.83
1.46
.
0.10
.
•
*
LNAMOUNT
-0.92
•
. .-
1.39
.
0.26
-0.51
.
•
.
1.86
•
0.59
1.44













1

1
2
1



.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.28
.
.10
.36
.95
LNDL
2
-1

2


1
2
1

-2



.30
.20
*
.08
9
^
.44
.77
.67
%
.30
.
9
:
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
m
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
MERCURY 4 16797
MERCURY 4 16871
MERCURY 4 16837
MERCURY 4 16747
MERCURY 4 16852
MERCURY 4 16876
MERCURY 16877
MERCURY 17026
MERCURY 17030
MERCURY 17151
MERCURY 16880
MERCURY 17060
MERCURY 4 17029
MERCURY 4 17011
MERCURY 4 17075
MERCURY 4 17074
MERCURY 4 17153
MERCURY 4 17042
MERCURY 4 17138
MERCURY 4 17004
MERCURY 4 17040
MERCURY 4 17007
MERCURY 4
MERCURY 4 17048
MERCURY 4
MERCURY 4 17035
..__.__._.___.___...__________________.___. AMAI YTP-Mfll YMIFMIM
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
• MOLYBDENUM 16821
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
16865
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
HIP i \m
AMOUNT
^
.
5.40
.
.
4.70
. •
.
.
5.70
.
2.90
2.40
.
5.60
4.60
1.20
1.70
1.90
.
1.70
2.30
13.00
3.70
.
47.00
AMOUNT
*
8.30
11.20
6.60
3.50
5.10
9.80
7.60
.
13.10
11.90
25.15
.
4.10
.
5.70
.
2.00
7.30
SISo
DETLIMIT
0.10
4.70
.
10.00
8.70
.
1.70
3.50
6.70
.
6.70
* *
.
17.00
.
.
.
.
.
8.00
.
,
8.30
.
13.90
'
DETLIMIT
8.40
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
18.20
.
.
.
3.90
.
3.10
.
11.90
.
' ^
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ffifti
LNAMOUNT
.
.
1.69
.
.
1.55
.
.
.
1.74
.
1.06
0.88
.
1.72
1.53
0.18
0.53
0.64
.
0.53
0.83
2.56
1.31
*
3.85
LNAMOUNT
z!l2
2.42
1.89
1.25
1.63
2.28
2.03
.
2.57
2.48
3.22
.
1.41
.
1.74
.
0.69
1.99
I:?}
LNDL
-2.30
1.55
.
2.30
2.16
.
0.53
1.25
1.90
.
1.90
.
.
2.83
.
.
.
.
.
2.08
.
.
2.12
.
2.63
'
LNDL
2.13
•
.
.
.
.
.
.
2.90
.
.
.
1.36
.
1.13
.
2.48
.
.
•
SOLIDS
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
!E:!8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
> 1403
' 1410
•3 1413
1413
1410
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
UH
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MBIO
STRATUM
1
1
1
1
iLioucrtun
SAMPLE


16884
16896
1
— __— _ _ _ _ _____ ____ __ — AMAI YTE~Mfll YttnCUIIM
STRATUM SAMPLE
Z
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
• -• . • • '2
I
16527
16528
16814
16018

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16860

16023
16025

16080
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019
•" •- ••
mi
AMOUNT
20.20
•
•
•
8.65
AMOUNT
•
14.60
5.50
•
10.00
4.30
18.15
5.90
•
•
48.30
5.20
16.70
8.90
37.30
•
•
2.70
•
•
•
•
9.50
13.00
5.90
20.30
11.50
17.00
50.70
27.70
10.70
7.50
3.00
5.20
•
7.20
10.40
2.90
10.40
20.10
I:**
DETLIMIT
•
13.20
25.10
27.80
•
DETLIMIT
5.10
•
•
5.60
•
•
•
•
4.85
8.60
•
•
•
*
•
10.80
2.70
•
3.50
6.50
2.95
5.10
•
9.20
•
•
ซ
•
•
•
*
•
2.50
•
5.40
• •
10.00
•
•
• • • *
•
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MS/KB
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ROT
LNAMOUNT
3.01
•
•
•
2.16
LNAMOUNT
•
2.68
1.70
•
2.30
1.46
2.90
1.77
•
•
3.88
1.65
2.82
2.19
3.62
•
•
0.99
•
•
•
•
2.25
2.56
1.77
3.34
2.44
2.83
3.93
3.32
2.37
2.01
1.10
1.65
•
1.97
2.34
1.06
2.91
3.00
i:tt
LNOL
•
2.58
3.22
3.33
•
LNOL
1.63
•
•
1.72
•
•
•
•
1.58
2.15
•
•
•
•
•
2.38
0.99
•
1.25
1.07
1.00
1.63
•
2.22
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
0.92
•
1.69
•
2.30
*
•
•
•
•
SOLIDS
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.00
0.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
tt:tt

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                                                                 DATA LISTING

                                        NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
->j
oo
EPISODE
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
ILTBDENUn
SAMPLE
17085

16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049

EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
m
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
STRATUM SAMPLE
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844 .
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
mi
3IKAIUn=Z — • —
AMOUNT
5.40
13.80
3.90
20.40
•
•
17.60
13.60
16.40
44.00
16.20
9.80
31.30
16.20
4.40
•
37.00
9.00
9.60

AMOUNT
6.40
11.00
9.70
6.60
24.70
2.00
5.70
•
•
17.80
30.60
12.80
•
•
10.40
10.90
•
•
3.30
8.00
•
7.70
•
5.20
12.60
6.90
3*.90
. DETLIMIT
•
•
•
*
2.90
2.00
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
1.80
•
•
•

DETLIMIT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
11.60
8.70
•
•
•
14.30
17.10
•
•
12.50
10.85
•
•
2.80
•
40.00
•
•
•
4.90
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG

UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
\\m
LNAMOUNT
1.69
2.62
1.36
3.02
•
•
2.87
2.61
2.80
3.78
2.79
2.28
3.44
2.79
1.48
•
3.61
2.20
2.26

LNAMOUNT
1.86
2.40
2.27
1.89
3.21
0.69
1.74
•
•
2.88
3.42
2.55
• ' •
•
2.34
2.39
•
•
1.19
2.08
•
2.04
•
1.65
2.53
1.93
1136
LNOL
•
•
•
*
1.06
0.69
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
0.59
•
•
•

LNDL
*
•
•
•
•
•
*
2.45
2.16
•
•
•
2.66
2.84
•
•
2.53
2.38
•
•
1.03
•
3.69
•
*
m
1.59
•
SOLIDS
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
19:18

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EPISODE
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
> 1507
' 1508
vS 1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=t10LYBDENUn STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
17073
17078
17152
17154
17084
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
17143
17057
AMOUNT
7.20
•
9.00
44.40
5.45
8.20
6.20
10.45
6.60
•
67.90
•
7.60
3.10
*
8.30
•
•
*
•
11.80
2.50
•
29.20
•
28.30
42.40
54.80
5.10
3.55
3.80
•
11.40
14:00
5.10
4.40
10.30
*
4.50
•
•
•
DETLIMIT
•
1.80
8.90
•
•
. < *
•
•
•
11.30
.•
7.70
•
•
12.50
•
105.00
7.40
11.50
21.50
•
•
9.30
•
15.40
•
•
•
•
•
•
4.00
*
•
•
t
•
•
9.10
•
12.60
26.70
36.15
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
1.97
•
2.20
3.79
1.70
2.10
1.82
2.35
1.89
•
4.22
•
2.03
1.13
•
2.12
•
•
•
•
2.47
0.92
•
3.37
•
3.34
3.75
4.00
1.63
1.27
1.34
•
2: 43
2.64
1.63
1.48
2.33
•
1.50
•
•
•
LNDL
•
0.59
2.19
•
•
•
•
•
•
2.42
•
2.04
•
•
2.53
•
4.65
2.00
2.44
3.07
•
•
2.23
m
2.73
•
*
•
•
•
•
1.39
•
•
•
•
•
2.21
•
2.53
3.28
3.59
SOLIDS
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1369
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4








4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA  LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=HOLYBDENUM STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16860
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
MOUNT
9.20
11.70
•
6.90
2.40
3.20
•
*
•
•
•
•
25.40
13.50
29.70
•
•
•
7.80
•
•
14.20
11.40
18.80
•
3.60
•
11.80
2.70 .
•
•
60.20
2.00
5.20
7.30
•
•
5.30
•
•
•
•
DETLIMIT
•
*
0.80
- •
•
•
1.30
10.50
40.00
13.30
4.70
1.90
•
•
•
1.60
22.80
11.80
•
25.00
43.50
•
•
•
16.70
•
16.70
•
, *
41.70
13.30
•
•
*
*
20.00
1.40
•
19.10
5.30
34.85
4.90
UNIT
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
2.22
2.46
•
1.93
0.88
1.16
•
•
•
•
•
*
3.23
2.60
3.39
•
•
ป
2.05
•
•
2.65
2.43
2.93
•
1.28
•
2.47
0.99
•
•
4.10
0.69
1.65
1.99
•
*
1.67
•
•
•
•
LNDL
•
•
-0.22
•
•
•
0.26
2.35
3.69
2.59
1.55
0.64
•
•
•
0.47
3.13
2.47
*
3.22
3.77
•
•
•
2.82
•
2.82
•
•
3.73
2.59
•
•
*
•
3.00
0.34
•
2.95
1.67
3.55
1.59
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.60
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.46
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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                                      NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
>
00
EPISODE   ANALtTE

1368      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1391      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAHINE
1419      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAtllNE
1436      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1436      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1436      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1437      N-NITROSODIMETHYUtllNE
1438      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAHINE
1451      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1452      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1452      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1469      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
 1471      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1471      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
 1530      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
 1530      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1533      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1534      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1543      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1543      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
 1543      N-NITHOSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1550      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1552      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1553      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1556      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
 1559      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
                                                 ANALYTE=N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE STRATUM*1

                                                        STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                                   16821
                                                                   16885
                                                                   16739
                                                                   17036
                                                                   17145
                                                                   17149
                                                                   17033
                                                                   17034
                                                                   16887
                                                                   16889
                                                                   16890

                                                                   17046
                                                                   17052
                                                                   17020
                                                                   17038
                                                                   17022
                                                                   17081
                                                                   17065
                                                                   17130
                                                                   17141
16884
16896
      EPISODE    ANALYTE

      1364      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1365      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1366      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1369      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1380      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1390      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1392      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1393      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1399      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1400      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1403      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1410      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1413      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1413      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1418      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1421      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1422      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1423      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE

       il
                                                   ANALYTE=N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE STRATUM=2

                                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
                                                       2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

 16529

 16810
 16811
 16833
 17025
 17061
 16743

 16831
 16832
 16799
 16868
1 	
DETLIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL SOLIDS
128205.13
72463.77
38461.56
4166.67
1666.67
1724.14
102040.83
90909.10
22727.27
26315.79
27777.79
68506.01
6756.76
79365.08
1666.67
1666.67
2380.95
2173.91
2380.95
2000.00
1923.08
38690.48
22756.41
7936.51
11111.11
17549.26
=2 	
DETLIMIT
119047.63
555555.72
7246.38
94339.63
51020.41
64935.07
212862.36
. 333333.33
4166.67
83333.34
26315.79
89285.72
7812.50
98039.22
142857.16
8333.33
86206.90
83333.34
116279.08
l?3U'il
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
11.76
11.19
10.56
8.33
7.42
7.45
11.53
11.42
10.03
10.18
10.23
11.13
8.82
11.28
7.42
7.42
7.78
7.68
7.78
7.60
7.56
10.56
10.03
8.98
9.32
9.77
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
11.69
13.23
8.89
11.45
10.84
11.08
12.27
12.72
8.33
11.33
10.18
11.40
8.96
11.49
11.87
9.03
11.36
11.33
11.66
t n aฃ.
Hftl 11:45
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
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                                         ....  —                  DATA LISTING
                                         NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE=N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE  STRATUM=2
      EPISODE   ANALYTE

      1443      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1443      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1447      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1453      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1454      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1454      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1456      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1460      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1463      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1463      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1481      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1462      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1464      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1465      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1485      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1493      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1495      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1499      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1500      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1503      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1510       N-NITROSCOIMETHYLAMINE
>     1514       N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1515      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1520      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1521      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
      1522      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1523      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1524      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1524      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1529      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
      1535      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1538      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1540      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1544      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1545      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1554      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1554      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1558      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1564      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1564      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
Oo
ro
                                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                                 AMOUNT
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
2
2
2
2
 16823
 16625

 16888
 16638
 16839
 17021
 16679
 16873
 1687*
 17136

 17024
 17132
 17133

 17155
 17019

 17079
 17072
 17065

 16855
 16660
 16653

 16854
 16856
 17086
 17068
 17067
 17093
 16803
 16605
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
OETLIMIT
35714.30
21739.14
62500.01
9259.26
56179.78
106695.66
62500.00
41666.67
6410.26
79365.06
111111.11
84770.12
769230.80
98039.22
1086956.61
20633.34
1315.79
1612.90
70099.82
5263.16
5050.51
5555.56
17857.15
41666.67
79365.06
98039.22
34855.79
76923.08
76923.08
2500.00
5073.05
1250.00
500.00
94339.63
84745.77
22727.27
64102.57
106382.99
67567.57
31250.01
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
US/KB 10.48
U6/K6
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
9.99
11.04
9.13
10.94
11.60
11.04
10.64
8.77
11.28
11.62
11.35
13.55
11.49
13.90
9.94
7.18
7.39
11.16
8.57
6.53
8.62
9.79
10.64
11.28
11.49
10.46
11.25
11.25
7.62
6.53
7.13
6.21
11.45
11.35
10.03
11.07
11.57
11.12
10.35
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.60
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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                                                                DATA LZSTINS
                                       NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
00
EPISODE   ANALYTE

1367      N-NITROSOOIHETHYUMINC
1367      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAHINE
1367      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1370      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1381      N-NZTROSODItlETHYLAtllNE
1302      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1304      N-NITROSODItlETHYLAtllNE
1305      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1395      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1395      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1396      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1397      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1402      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1404      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1405      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1405      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1406      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1409      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1411      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1412      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1416      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1425      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1420      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1433      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1434      N-NITROSCDIMETHYLAMINE
1435      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1439      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1440      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1440      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1440      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1449      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1462      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1472      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1474      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1475      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1476      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1479      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1479      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1400      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1406      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1407  ,   N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1409      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1490      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1492      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1497      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1490      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1502      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1504      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1505      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1507      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
1500      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
iili
                                                  ANALYTE=N-NITROSOOIMETHYUMINE STRATUM=3
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                       AMOUNT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3'
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
16532
16533
16534
16017
16019
16016
16536
16006
16061
16062
16030
16051
16009

16043
16044
16041

16026
16029

16070
16069
16000
16006
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16049

17031
17020

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17070
17152
17154
17004
Bill
DETLIMIT
30461.56
119047.63
22727.27
12020.51
50505.05
2272.73
500000.10
59523.01
10000.00
00645.17
130000.91
312500.07
120205.13
03333.34
11627.91
31250.01
52631.50
41666.67
20000.00
73529.42
47727.20
90909.10
33333.33
10510.52
6493.51
1612.90
61720.40
0771.93
26315.79
166666.69
7502.24
33333.33
76340.33
10630.30
54945.06
7101.13
1612.90
2040.91
41666.67
0064.52
100695.66
50000.00
00645.17
1666.67
26315.79
3434.10
70125.00
23009.53
1051.05
1923.00
5916.46

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn :
LNDL
10.56
11.69
10.03
9.46
10.03
7.73
13.12
10.99
9.21
11.30
11.04
12.65
11.76
11.33
9.36
10.35
10.07
10.64
9.90
11.21
10.77
11.42
10.41
7.03
0.70
7.39
11.03
9.00
10.10
12.02
0.93
10.41
11.24
9.27
10.91
0.07
7.39
7.95
10.64
9.00
11.60
10.02
11.30
7.42
10.10
0.14
11.27
10.00
7.52
7.56
0.69

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
09.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.00
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.00
1.60
4.55
00.90
3.50
35.00
19.50
0.50
09.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70


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                                                               DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
00
     EPISODE   ANALYTE

     1517      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
     1518      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1519      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1525      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1526      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1537      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
     1541      N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
     1542      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAMINE
     1546      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
     1547      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
     1548      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
     1560      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
     1561      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
     1561      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
     1563      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
     1565      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
     1566      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
EPISODE   ANALYTE

1362      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1362      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1363      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1388      N-NITROSOOIHETHYUHINE
1389      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1401      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1407      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1408      N-NITROSODIHETHYLArilNE
1414      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1415      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1417      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1420      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1427      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1430      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1431      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1432      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1441      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1442      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1445      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1455      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1459      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1461      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1464      N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE
1465      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1466      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1467      N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAHINE
1468      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
1470      N-NITROSODIHETHYLAHINE
m      mxmmwum
                                                 ANALYTE=N-NITROSOOIMETHYLAMINE STRATUM=3
                                                   STRATUM   SAMPLE
                      AMOUNT
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
                                                   3
          17002
          17003
          17005
          17001

          17090
          17091
          17089
          16804
          17070
          17067
          16883
          16891
          16892
          17143
          17057
                                                 ANALYTE=N-NITROSOOIHETHYLAMINE STRATUM=4

                                                        STRATUM   SAMPLE      AMOUNT     DETLIHIT
                                                                  16525
                                                                  16531
                                                                  16526
                                                                  16815
                                                                  16835
                                                                  16802
                                                                  16842
                                                                  16540
                                                                  16744
                                                                  16750
                                                                  16742
                                                                  16864
                                                                  16867
                                                                  16537
                                                                  16538
                                                                  16539
                                                                  16798
                                                                  16797
                                                                  16871
                                                                  16837
                                                                  16747
                                                                  16852
                                                                  16876
                                                                  16877
                                                                  17026
                                                                  17030
                                                                  17151
                                                                  16880

                                                                  \m
DETLIHIT
29411.77
2500.00
12820.51
38461.56
1666.67
1651.85
1333.33
2272.73
76923.08
38461.56
94339.63
38461.56
5952.38
2272.73
5453.16
41666.67
42613.64
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
10.29
7.82
9.46
10.56
7.42
7.52
7.20
7.73
11.25
10.56
11.45
10.56
6.69
7.73
6.60
10.64
10.66
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
                                                                                               UNIT
                                                   LNAMOUNT
LNDL   SOLIDS
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*
19230.77
1666.67
166666.69
11111.11
68493.15
151515.16
4545.45
13886.89
9433.96
35714.30
11363.64
156250.00
3846.15
26315.79
67719.30
35714.30
23809.53
2941.16
83333.34
38461.56
23809.53
63333.34
3571.43
38461.56
13513.51
22727.27
1515.15
15151.52
IHป:B
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
U83S
9.86
7.42
12.02
9.32
11.13
11.93
8.42
9.54
9.15
10.48
9.34
11.96
8.25
10.18
11.38
10.48
10.08
7.99
11.33
10.56
10.08
11.33
6.18
10.56
9.51
10.03
7.32
9.63
IS:!*
100.00
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1360
1391
> 1419
i 1ซ*
™ 1436
1436
1437
1433
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
N-NITROSOOIMETHYUMINE 4 17011
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17075
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17074
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17153
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17042
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17138
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17004
N-NITRCSOOIMETHYLAMINE 4 17040
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4 17007
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 4
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAHINE 4 17048
N-NITROSOOIMETHYUMINE 4
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAHINE 4 17035
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
NICKEL 1 16821
NICKEL 1 16885
NICKEL 1 16739
NICKEL 1 17036
NICKEL 1 17145
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141


16884
16896

TLM11NE SIKATUn
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
• •
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
QTDATIIH*! _____
AMOUNT
95.50
192.00
236.00
47.90
19.50
39.90
76.50
29.90
61.90
272.00
253.00
399.00
31.00
37.30
18.70
25.10
65.70
24.20
17.00
18.70
29.30
24.55
100.85
•
161.00
48.75
=<ป 	
DETLIMIT
10416.67
22727.27
217391.34
1562.50
60240.97
5617.98
166666.69
2173.91
38461.56
9749.67
4166.67
137500.01
11111.11
DETLIMIT
ป
•
•
•
•
•
*
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• .
•
•
•
•
•
•
55.20
•
•
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/K6
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
LNAMOUNT
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNAMOUNT
4.56
5.26
5.46
3.87
2.97
3.69
4.34
3.40
4.13
5.61
5.53
5.99
3.43
3.62
2.93
3.22
4.45
3.19
2.83
2.93
3.38
3.20
4.61
•
5.08
3.89
LNOL
9.25
10.03
12.29
7.35
11.01
8.63
12.02
7.68
10.56
9.18
8.33
11.83
9.32
LNDL
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ป
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
4.01
•
•
SOLIDS
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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00
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403'
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463 .
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1131
ANALYTE
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
mm
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2





2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
. 2
2
2
!
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                   ANALYTE=NICKEL  STRATUH=
                            SAMPLE

                            16537
                            16520
                            16814
                            16810

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
I=Z 	
AMOUNT
15.00
144.00
58.60
18.60
15.40
28.40
29.80
18.80
51.05
26.80
431.00
52.50
40.50
51.50
70.20
62.80
54.30
63.20
15.00
488.00
236.00
•
46.10
72.15
22.10
230.00
112.00
976.00
390.00
56.80
16.30
19.00
14.05
55.70
34.20
31.90
28.20
41.10
23.50
34.65
25.70
18.40
•
32.70
41.30
207.00
18.90
19.60
59.60
31.90
76.40
l&H
OETLIMIT UNIT
MS/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
50.20 KG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
, . HG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
KG/KG
HG/KG
•6.80 HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
< HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
HG/KG
: BOS
LNAMOUNT
2.71
4.97
4.07
2.92
2.73
3.35
3.39
2.93
3.93
3.29
6.07
3.96
3.70
3.94
4.25
4.14
3.99
4.15
2.71
6.19
5.46
•
3.83
4.28
3.10
5.44
4.72
6.88
5.97
4.04
2.79
2.94
2.64
4.02
3.53
3.46
3.34
3.72
3.16
3.55
3.25
2.91
•
3.49
3.72
5.33
2.94
2.98
4.09
3.46
4.34
ft:!Z
LNDL SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
3.92 4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
1.92 11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
: .7i:N

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE Z8 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
> 1385
' 1395
5 1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
— 	 	 	 — 	 — 	 — 	 ANALTTE=NICKEL 3TRAIUT1=Z 	 — 	 --•
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
NICKEL 2 17093 63.30
NICKEL 2 16803 17.90
NICKEL 2 16805 66.50
NICKEL 2 17066 86.20
NICKEL 2 17071 68.40
NICKEL 2 16801 43.80
NICKEL 2 17043 122.00
NICKEL 2 17049 116.00
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
16532 51.10
16533 45.90
16534 42.10
16817 46.50
16819 16.50
16816 16.90
16536 122.00
16886 . 25.50
16861 57.40
16862 43.50
16830 44.40
16851 223.00
16809 . 31.50
78.40
16843 . 14.30
NICKEL 3 16844 25.60
NICKEL 3 16841 27.50
NICKEL 3 124.50
NICKEL 3 16826 35.60
NICKEL 3 16829 31.40
NICKEL 3 22.35
NICKEL 3 16878 27.60
NICKEL 3 16869 . 88.00
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
16800 35.30
16806. 35.30
17016 45.30
17047 18.70
17050 8.40
16745 358.00
16746 90.20
87.22
16849 694.00
76.35
17031 62.20
17028 27.70
20.55
NICKEL 3 17144 13.80 . :
Ni8Eb :
I l?J" 36ioo ":90
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
Ri/RS
LNAMOUNT
4
2
4
4
4
3
4
4
.15
.88
.20
.46
.23
.78
.80
.75
LNAMOUNT
3
3
3
3
2
2
4

4
3
3
5

4

3
3
4
3
3
3
3

3
3
3
2
2
5
4
4
6
4
4
3
3
2
3
.93
.83
.74
.84
.80
.83
.80
m
.05
.77
.79
.41
^
.36
^
.24
.31
.82
.57
.45
.11
.32

!56
.56
.81
.93
.13
.88
.50
.47
.54
.34
.13
.32
.02
.62
1 58
LNDL SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
LNDL SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
3.24 4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
3.45 1.40
2.00
2.66 15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
4.48 0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10


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EPISODE
I486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
i 1546
g 1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
ANALYTE
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
ANALYTE
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
STF
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3





3
3
3
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4





A
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                   ANALYTE=NICKEL STRATUM=3
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
                            17057
                   ANALYTE=NICKEL STRATUM=4

                   STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
1=3 	
AMOUNT
30.00
21.70
20.90
122.00
53.40
•
72.35
•
•
25.80
12.30
•
34.10
•
26.20
29.20
121.00
20.20
14.50
19.10
26.00
26.70
23.60
18.60
18.30
52.30
27.30
25.40
•
•
•
AMOUNT
14.60
121.00
2.00
18.70
5.50
•
•
•
116.00
•
16.80
14.90
100.00
87.20
fl:81
OETLIMIT
•
•
•
•
•
231.00
•
25.30
47.30
•
•
27.80
*
46.20
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
37.80
58.70
79.40
DETLIMIT
•
*
•
•
•
5.90
2.90
23.10
•
29.30
•
•
•
•
•
•
UNIT
MS/KG
MG/K6
MS/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
HG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ffiffi
LNAMOUNT
3.40
3.08
3.04
4.80
3.98
•
4.28
*
•
3.25
2.51
*
3.53
•
3.27
3.37
4.80
3.01
2.67
2.95
3.26
3.26
3.16
2.92
2.91
3.96
3.31
3.23
•
•
•
LNAMOUNT
2.68
4.80
0.69
2.93
1.70
•
•
•
4.75
•
2.82
2.70
4.61
4.47
I:ft
LNOL
*
•
•
•
•
5.44
•
3.23
3.86
•
•
3.33
•
3.83
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ป
3.63
4.07
4.37
LNOL
•
•
•
•
•
1.77
1.06
3.14
•
3.38
•
•
•
•
•
•
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
*l'!8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 23 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1470
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
> 1532
m 1539
Co 1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
iRi
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
NICKEL 4 16797
NICKEL 4 16871
NICKEL 4 16837
NICKEL 4 16747
NICKEL 4 16852
NICKEL 4 16876
NICKEL 4 16877
NICKEL 4 17026
NICKEL 4 17030
NICKEL 4 17151
NICKEL 4 16880
NICKEL 4 17060
NICKEL 4 17029
NICKEL 4 17011
NICKEL 4 17075
NICKEL 4 17074
NICKEL 4 17153
NICKEL 4 17042
NICKEL 4 17138
NICKEL 4 17004
NICKEL 4 17040
NICKEL 4 17007
NICKEL 4
NICKEL 4 17048
NICKEL 4
NICKEL 4 17035
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
16821
16685
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
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AMOUNT
9.50
*
40.20
•
•
378.00
471.00
*
ป
13.20
•
*
19.10
•
•
•
5.20
10.00
34.20
•
5.10
54.50
•
15.90
76.60
25.40
4TO 4T1IM"! ........
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
" ' " •
•
• • ' '"
•
•
DETLIMIT
•
26.00.
ป •
55.00
95.70
•
•
31.90
36.70
•
36.70
21.60
•
91.70
29.30
11.70
•
•
•
44.00
•
•
57.30
•
80.10
*
DETLIMIT
213.28
206.15
153.02
176.26
167.09
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
103.71
104.84
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.86
225.71
89.77
229.47
m-.u
UNIT
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HOT
LNAMOUNT
2.25
•
3.69
•
•
5.93
6.15
•
•
2.58
•
•
2.95
•
•
•
1.65
2.30
3.53
•
1.63
4.00
*
2.77
4.34
3.23
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• '
•
•
•
•
•
• .
LNOL
ป
3.26
•
4.01
4.56
•
•
3.46
3.60
•
3.60
3.07
ป
4.52
3.38
2.46
ป
•
•
3.78
*
.
4.05
•
4.38
•
LNOL
5.36
5.33
5.03
5.17
5.12
5.09
5.35
5.28
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
4.50
5.44
1:51
SOLIDS
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
•!ซ:!ซ

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EPISODE   ANALYTE
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
PC6-10I6
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE=PCB-1016 STRATUM=1 	

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
16884
16896
                                                                            OETLIMIT   UNIT
130.85
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
                                          LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                           LNOL   SOLIDS
4.87
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
10.40
 3.80
 2.00
 1.80
 8.45
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                     ANALYTE=PCB-1016 STRATUM=2 	

                                                     STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                                            DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                           LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                           LNOL   SOLIDS
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
> 1*<"
i 1410
g 1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463 ,
1463
1461
1482
1464
1465
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
iff*
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
mm
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2'
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                      2
                                                      2
                                                      2
                                                      2
                                                      2
                                                      2
                                                     16527
                                                     16528
                                                     16814
                                                     16818

                                                     16834

                                                     16529

                                                     16810
                                                     16811
                                                     16633
                                                     17025
                                                     17061
                                                     16743

                                                     16831
                                                     16832
                                                     16799
                                                     16868

                                                     16623
                                                     16625

                                                     16688
                                                     16838
                                                     16839
                                                     17021
                                                     16879
                                                     16873
                                                     16874
                                                     17136

                                                     17024
                                                     17132
                                                     17133

                                                     17155
                                                     17019
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
182.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.08
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
238.06
200.42
240.45
224.87
174.17
208.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
180.36
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
181.03
218.55
61.60
150.50
199.80
216.39
ill:*?
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ffiffg
5.42
5.84
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.68
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49
5.47
5.30
5.46
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
5.01
5.30
5.38
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.60
16.10
3.70
1.65
16.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
                                                                                                                              31.
                                                                                                                              10.

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
> — ~
i
J2 EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
i*;*
ANALYTE
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
ANALYTE
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
m-\m
STRATUM
.2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
17085

16855
16660
16853

16854
16656
17086
17088
17067
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16601
17043
2 17049
445.64
72.04
164.96
165.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69
200.00
93.65
199.92
195.47
207.46
65.58
238.96
204.03
206.39
134.25
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3





!
16532
90.91
16533 . 141.84
16534 . 75.67
16817
74.93
16619 . 147.06
16816
91.18
16536 . 204.61
16686 . 209.53
16861 . 252.61
16862
16830
16851
16609

216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
16843 . 190.72
16844
16841
125.63
275.63
480.61
16826
16829

16876
16669
16800
16606
17016
KHZ
83.72
216.57
187.89
203.08
666.00
75.92
259.15
102.95
: fi$:Zi
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
6.10
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
5.30
4.54
5.30
5.28
5.34
4.45
5.48
5.32
5.33
4.90
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
4.51
4.95
4.33
UG/KG . 4.32
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn.
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.63
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.38
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
4.63
: i:3i
SOLIDS
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
•H:H

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EPISODE
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
I486
1487
1469
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
> 1507
i 1508
E 1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
                         DATA  LISTING
NSSS POLLUTAHT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1016 STRATUM=3
                            SAMPLE

                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17063
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
JNT DETLIMIT
104.95
22.11
212.35
267.22
214.26
200.00
217.17
220.24
223.69
263.07
222.22
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
111.84
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41
161.85
246.06
124.15
103.14
216.19
114.86
169.82
219.77
214.00
66.54
205.80
149.29
233.59
95.04
218.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
4.65
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
5.38
5.39
5.41
5.57
5.40
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
4.72
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5.09
5.51
4.82
4.64
5.36
4.74
5.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
5.01
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.80
5.41
SOLIDS
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
> 1464
• 1465
ฃ 1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
37
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4







4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1016 STRATUH=4
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
NT DETLIMIT
66.67
277.50
15.63
166.58
342.00
180.56
32.32
248.42
444.00
148.00
209.07
125.89
102.32
186.26
160.31
183.57
104.06
351.18
151.34
333.75
1739.13
331.47
150.42
233.91
419.17
168.78
200.00
111.76
108.97
833.33
186.40
191.70
167.89
142.86
253.36
267.00
87.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
428.33
246.67
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
4.20
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.83
5.20
3.48
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.84
4.63
5.23
5.08
5.21
4.64
5.86
5.02
5.81
7.46
5.80
5.01
5.45
6.04
5.13
5.30
4.72
4.69
6.73
5.23
5.26
5.12
4.96
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.08
5.37
5.28
6.06
5.51
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN























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VO
fw
4-*






















EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
m
	 __ — . 	 f
ANALYTE !
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
ANALYTE '
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
. PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221

iNALTTE=PCB-lZZI STRATUn=l 	 	
TRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890
•
17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141
.
.
16884
16896

STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
Z 16527
I 16528
2 16814
2 16818
2
2 16834
2
2 16529
2
2 16810
2 16811
2 16833
2 17025
2 17061
2 16743
2
2 16831
2 16832
2 16799
2 16868
DETLIMIT
213.28
206.15
153.02
176.26
167.09
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
103.71
104.84
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.86
225.71
89.77
229.47
130.73
201.66
130.85
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
DETLIMIT
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
182.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.08
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
138:4*!
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HS/EH :
LNDL
5.36
5.33
5.03
5.17
5.12
5.09
5.35
5.28
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
4.50
5.44
4.87
5.31
4.87
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
LNDL
5.42
5.84
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.3^
5.49
i:!?
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
i?:i8

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
• 1515
W 1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PC8-1221
PCB-1221
ST
2
Z
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
t
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE:PCB-1221 STRATUH=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16023
                            16825

                            16S68
                            16638
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
JNT DETLIMIT
240.45
224.87
174.17
208.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
160.36
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
181.03
216.55
61.60
150.50
199.80
216.39
213.17
262.83
445.64
72.04
164.96
165.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69
200.00
93.65
199.92
195.47
207.46
85.58
238.96
204.03
206.39
134.25
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
5.01
5.30
5.38
5.36
5.57
6.10
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
5.30
4.54
5.30
5.28
5.34
4.45
5.48
5.32
5.33
4.90
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
16.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.60
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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VO
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
liii
ANALYTE
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PEI-illi
STI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1221 STRATUtt=3
                            SAMPLE

                            16532
                            16533
                            16534
                            16817
                            16819
                            16816
                            16536
                            16886
                            16861
                            16862
                            16830
                            16851
                            16809

                            16843
                            16844
                            16841

                            16826
                            16829

                            16878
                            16869
                            16800
                            16806
                            17016
                            17047
                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
INT DETLIMIT
90.91
141.84
75.67
74.93
147.06
91.18
204.61
209.53
252.61
216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
190.72
125.63
275.63
480.61
83.72
216.57
187.89
203.08
666.00
75.92
259.15
102.95
246.93
213.25
104.95
22.11
212.35
287.22
214.26
200.00
217.17
220.24
223.69
263.07
222.22
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
111.84
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ffi#8 :
LNOL
4.51
4.95
4.33
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.38
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
4.63
5.51
5.36
4.65
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
5.38
5.39
5.41
5.57
5.40
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
4.72
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
i:??
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
•*!:ซ

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1466
1470
1478
1468
14*9*1
ANALYTE
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
ANALYTE
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PC8-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
P&8-1III
	 ANALIIC=F
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
'CB-1ZZ1 3IRAlUn=J 	
SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16692
17143
3
124.15
103.14
216.19
114.66
169.62
219.77
214.00
88.54
205.60
149.29
233.59
95.04
218.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4-
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4 ...
I
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16664
66.67
277.50
15.63
166.58
342.00
160.56
32.32
246.42
444.00
146.00
209.07
16867 . 125.69
16537 . 102.32
16538 . 166.26
16539
160.31
16798 . 163.57
16797 . 104.06
16871 . 351.18
16637
151.34
16747 . 333.75
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16680
17060
17029
IIMI
1739.13
331.47
150.42
233.91
419.17
168.78
200.00
111.76
108.97
: IK:*!
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KB
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
JJS/RS
LNDL
4.62
4.64
5.38
4.74
5.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
5.01
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.80
5.41
LNDL
4.20
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.83
5.20
3.48
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.64
4.63
5.23
5.08
5.21
4.64
5.66
5.02
5.81
7.46
5.60
5.01
5.45
6.04
5.13
5.30
4.72
4.69
Ml
SOLIDS
53.
65.
11.
59.
27.
17.
5.
76.
22.
45.
16.
71.
2.
68.
2.
1.
70
60
80
20
75
30
00
80
60
10
10
40
20
30
65
15
SOLIDS
100.
0.
25.
34.
1.
37.
15.
1.
0.
1.
10.
52.
66.
20.
42.
2.
64.
00
60
60
60
00
40
10
90
50
50
70
80
00
30
00
60
00
1.70
44.
0.
0.
19.
4.
2.
80
80
23
10
80
30
1.20
39.
1.
50
20
3.40
62.40
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                                                                DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20  POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
    EPISODE   ANALYTE
     1501
     1506
     1509
     1512
     1516
     1527
     1532
     1539
     1549
     1551
     1555
VO
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
     EPISODE   ANALYTE
1360
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1430
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
                                                         ANALYTE=PCB-1221
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
17074
17153
17042
17130
17004
17040
17007

17040

17035
                                                         ANALYTE=PCB-1232 STRATUM=l
AMOUNT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
DETLIMIT
191.70
167.09
142.06
253.36
267.00
07.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
420.33
246.67
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
•
ป
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNDL
5.26
5.12
4.96
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.00
5.37
5.20
6.06
5.51
SOLIDS
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                     16821
                                                     16885
                                                     16739
                                                     17036
                                                     17145
                                                     17149
                                                     17033
                                                     17034
                                                     16887
                                                     16889
                                                     16890

                                                     17046
                                                     17052
                                                     17020
                                                     17038
                                                     17022
                                           1         17081
                                           1         17065
                                           1         17130
                                                     17141
                                                                    16804
                                                                    16096
                                                                 AMOUNT
                                  DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                                                                                              LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                           LNDL   SOLIDS
213.28
206.15
153.02
176.26
167.09
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
103.71
104.84
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.86
225.71
89.77'
229.47
130.73
201.66
130.85
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
5.36
5.33
5.03
5.17
5.12
5.09
5.35
5.20
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
4.50
5.44
4.07
5.31
4.07
5.40
5.60
5.72
5.20
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> . 1443
i 1443
S 1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
lili
ANALYTE
PCB-1232
PCS- 12 32
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCS- 1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232

ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1232 STRATUH=2
                            SAMPLE

                            16527
                            1652ft
                            16014
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
JUT DETLIMIT
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
182.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.08
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
238.06
200.42
240.45
224.87
174.17
208.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
180.36
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
181.03
218.55
81.60
150.50
199.60
216.39
213.17
262.83
445.64
72.04
164.96
185.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69
ปซ:tt
UNIT LNAttOUNT LNDL
UG/KG 5.42
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
KM
5.84
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49
5.47
5.30
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
5.01
5.30
5.38
5.36
5.57
6.10
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
l:ป
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
7ง:ง8

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1364
> 1385
4< 1395
0 1395
0 1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1426
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
                                                    ANALYTE=PCB-1232 STRATUH=2

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
                                                     ANALYTE=PCB-1232 STRATUM=3

                                                     STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOt
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                     16532
                                                     16533
                                                     16534
                                                     16817
                                                     16819
                                                     16816
                                                     16536
                                                     16886
                                                     16861
                                                     16862
                                                     16830
                                                     16851
                                                     16809

                                                     16843
                                                     16844
                                                     16841

                                                    .16826
                                                     16829

                                                     16878
                                                     16869
                                                     16800
                                                     16806
                                                     17016
                                                     17047
                                                     17050
                                                     16745
                                                     16746

                                                     16849

                                                     17031
                                                     17028

                                                     17144
 m
JNT DETLIMIT
199.92
195.47
207.46
. 85.56
238.96
204.03
206.39
134.25
JNT DETLIMIT
90.91
141.84
75.67
74.93
147.06
91.18
204.61
209.53
252.61
216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
190.72
125.63
275.63
460.61
83.72
216.57
187.89
203.06
666.00
75.92
259.15
102.95
246.93
213.25
104.95
22.11
212.35
287.22
214.26
200.00
217.17
220.24
223.69

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HS/fcS
LNDL
5.30
5.26
5.34
4.45
5.46
5.32
5.33
4.90
LNDL
4.51
4.95
4.33
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.36
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.36
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
4.63
5.51
5.36
4.65
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
5.38
5.39
5.41
1:8
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
i'Jo"

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN






















1
h-"
O
H1























EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
m
ANALYTE
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
ANALYTE
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232

STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3












SAMPLE AMOUNT
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015
4
17073
17078
17152
17154
17064
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001
.
17090
17091
17089
16604
17070
17067
16683
16891
16692
17143

STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
*
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16642
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
.16538
16539
urn :
DETLIMIT
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
111.84
2105.26
169.07
211.03
306.43
207.44
100.04
1017.41
161.85
246.06
124.15
103.14
216.19
114.66
189.82
219.77
214.00
68.54
205.80
149.29
233.59
95.04
216.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
DETLIMIT
66.67
277.50
15.63
166.56
342.00
180.56
32.32
248.42
444.00
148.00
209.07
125.69
102.32
166.26
160.31
mi
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ura :
LNDL
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
4.72
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5.09
5.51
4.82
4.64
5.38
4.74
5.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
5.01
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.60
5.41
LNDL
4.20
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.63
5.20
3.46
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.84
4.63
5.23
5.08
?:24
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
6?:88

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
> 1539
.L 15*9
0 1551
10 1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
.1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
in*

ANALYTE
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
ANALYTE
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-U42
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
	 ANALYTE=PCB-1Z32
STRATUM SAMPLE
4 16871
4 16837
4 16747
4 16852
4 16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
17060
17029
17011
17075
17074
17153
17042
17138
4 17004
4 17040
4 17007
4
4 17048
4
4 17035
AUAI YTS-DCft-1 9A.9
STRATUM SAMPLE




















16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141
5TRATUn=4 	 	 	 	 —
AMOUNT DETLIMIT
351.16
151.34
333.75
1739.13
331.47
150.42
233.91
419.17
166.78
200.00
111.76
106.97
833.33
186.40
191.70
167,89
142.86
253.36
267.00
87.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
426.33
246.67
AMOUNT DETLIMIT
213.26



















206.15
153.02
176.26
167.09
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
103.71
104.64
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.66
225.71
89.77
229.47
130.73

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HOT :

LNOL
5.86
5.02
5.61
7.46
5.80
5.01
5.45
6.04
5.13
5.30
4.72
4.69
6.73
5.23
5.26
5.12
4.96
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.08
5.37
5.28
6.06
5.51
LNOL
5.36
5.33
5.03
5.17
5.12
5.09
5.35
5.28
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
4.50
5.44
4.87
1:1*

SOLIDS
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.60
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50

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EPISODE   ANALYTE
1552
1553
1556
1559
PC8-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                          ANALYTE=PCB-1242 STRATUM=1 	

                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
16084
16896
                                                                                      DETLIMIT   UNIT
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
                                          LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                                     LNOL   SOLIDS
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                           ANALYTE=PCB-1242 3TRATUM=2 	

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                                                      DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                          LNAMOUNT
                             LNDL   SOLIDS
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
> 1410
i-' 1413
S "13
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1533
ill!
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     16527
                                                     16528
                                                     16814
                                                     16818

                                                     16834

                                                     16529

                                                     16810
                                                     16811
                                                     16833
                                                     17025
                                                     17061
                                                     16743

                                                     16831
                                                     16832
                                                     16799
                                                     16868

                                                     16823
                                                     16825

                                                     16888
                                                     16838
                                                     16839
                                                     17021
                                                     16879
                                                     16873
                                                     16874
                                                     17136

                                                     17024
                                                     17132
                                                     17133

                                                     17155
                                                     17019

                                                     17079
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
182.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.08
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
238.06
200.42
240.45
224.87
174.17
208.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
180.36
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
181.03
218.55
81.60
150.50
199.80
216.39
213.17
8i:8
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS
5.42
5.84
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49
5.47
5.30
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
5.01
5.30
5.38
5.36
1:11
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
H:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409 '
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
m
ANALYTE
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
ANALYTE
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
Pci-iisi
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
SAMPLE AMOUNT
*
16855
16860
16853
.
16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
SAMPLE AMOUNT
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809
.
16843
16844
16841
.
16826
16829
.
16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
IZHi :
DETLIMIT
72.04
164.96
185.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69
200.00
93.65
199.92
195.47
207.48
85.58
238.96
204.03
206.39
134.25
DETLIMIT
90.91
141.84
75.67
74.93
147.06
91.18
204.61
209.53
252.61
216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
190.72
125.63
275.63
480.61
83.72
216.57
187.89
203.08
666.00
75.92
259.15
102.95
246.93
\\l'.\\
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
M8/R!
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
. •
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LNAMOUNT
•
•
•
•
*
*
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
ป
ป
•
•
LNOL
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
5.30
4.54
5.30
5.28
5.34
4.45
5.48
5.32
5.33
4.90
LNDL
4.51
4.95
4.33
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.38
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
4.63
5.51
<:ft
SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
29*10
2 ปoO

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EPISODE
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
> 1508
tL 1511
P 1513
01 1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCS- 1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
SI
3
3
3

































3
3
3
3
                         DATA LZSTINS
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  ANALYTE=PCB-1242 STRATUM'S

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl

                            16746

                            16649

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144           !
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
JNT DETLIMIT
22.11
212.35
287.22
214.26
200.00
217.17
220.24
223.69
263.07
222.22
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
111.84
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41
161.85
248.06
124.15
103.14
216.19
114.86
189.82
219.77
214.00
88.54
205.80
149.29
233.59
95.04
218.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
UNIT LNAMOU
UG/KS
US/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
INT LNOL
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
5.38
5.39
5.41
5.57
5.40
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
4.72
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5.09
5.51
4.82
4.64
5.38
4.74
5.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
5.01
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.80
5.41
SOLIDS
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1406
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
> 1464
ปL 1465
0 1466
** 1467
1468
1470
1476
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1242 STRATUM=
                            SAMPLE

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16635
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
m=i 	 	 — — 	 	
AMOUNT •DETLIMIT
66.67
277.50
15.63
166.58
342.00
180.56
32.32
248.42
444.00
146.00
209.07
125.69
102.32
186.26
160.31
163.57
104.06
351.16
151.34
333.75
1739.13
331.47
150.42
233.91
419.17
168.76
200.00
111.76
106.97
833.33
186.40
191.70
167.89
142.86
253.36
267.00
87.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
428.33
246.67
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG . .
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
4.20
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.83
5.20
3.48
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.84
4.63
5.23
5.06
5.21
4.64
5.86
5.02
5.81
7.46
5.80
5.01
5.45
6.04
5.13
5.30
4.72
4.69
6.73
5.23
5.26
5.12
4.96
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.06
5.37
5.26
6.06
5.51
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
JL 1552
0 1553
^ 1556
1559
ANALYTE STRATUM
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCS- 1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248


























SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
16821 213.28
16885
16739
17036 1010
17145 393
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081 158
17065
17130
17141


16884
16896

206.15
153.02
84
13
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
103.71
104.84
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.86
225.71
41
229.47
130.73
201.66
130.85
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.92
UG/KG 5.97
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.07
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LKDL
5.36
5.33
5.03
*
0
5.09
5.35
5.28
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
.
5.44
4.87
5.31
4.87
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
m
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PCB-1248 2
PSi- 114*8 \
16527 . 225.47
16528 . 343.67
16814 . 218.56
16818 . 2(2.81
222.20
16834 . 182.14
131.83
16529 . 335.10
149.42
16810 . 191.74
16811 . 93.91
16833 . 126.07
17025 . 234.29
17061 . 202.76
16743 . 211.08
304.24
16831 . 249.51
16832 . 211.76
16799 . 241.12
16868 * Ijง'2i
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
urn :
LNDL
5.42
5.84
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49

SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30


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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1464
1485
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
' 1515
0 1520
00 1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1536
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOB  THE  2fl POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1248 STRATUM: 2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE      AMOt

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879       5203
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155         509
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853
                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
INT

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^
a
.
,
9
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9
.
a
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s
^
^
.63
.92
^
^
i.37
DETLIMIT
240.45
224.87
174.17
206.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
,
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
161.03
218.55
81.60
,
199.80
216.39
213.17
262.63
445.64
72.04
164.96
185.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69
200.00
.
199.92
195.47
207.48
.
,
204.03
206.39
.
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.56
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.23
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.84
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.75
UG/KG 6.60
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.07
LNOL
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
*
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
.
5.30
5.38
5.36
5.57
6.10
4.26
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
5.30
.
5.30
5.28
5.34
.
.
5.32
5.33
.
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
> 1425
A 1428
2 14SS
* 1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1466
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
liii
ANALTTE
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
Pฃง-ii2S
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3










3
3
I
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1248 STRATUM=3
                            SAMPLE

                            16532
                            16533
                            16534
                            16817
                            16819
                            16816
                            16536
                            16886
                            16861
                            16862
                            16830
                            16851
                            16809

                            16843
                            16844
                            16841

                            16826
                            16829

                            16878
                            16869
                            16800
                            16806
                            17016
                            17047
                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
HI- 3
AMOU

























227








606

592






263







690
NT DETLIMIT
90.91
141.84
75.67
74.93
147.06
91.18
204.61
209.53
252.61
216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
190.72
125.63
275.63
480.61
83.72
216.57
187.89
203.08
666.00
75.92
259.15
08
246.93
213.25
104.95
22.11
212.35
287.22
214.26
200.00
74
220.24
09 .
263.07
222.22
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
16
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41
22
248.06
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.43
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.41
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.38
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.57
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
WI 6:54
LNOL
4.51
4.95
4.33
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.38
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
.
5.51
5.36
4.65
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
.
5.39
.
5.57
5.40
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
.
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5l51
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
ซl:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1517
1516
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
.L 1362
t-> 1363
0 1388
1369
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
m
ANALYTE
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
ANALYTE
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-124B
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
PCB-1248
PCB-1246
m-\m
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3





SAMPLE AMOUNT
17002
17003
17005
17001 591.22
1471.45
17090
17091
17069
16804 '
17070 417.12
17067
16863
16691
16892
17143
___._ AUAt VTP-Df*R-1 9&A 
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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF. CONCERN
EPISODE
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553 .
1556
1559
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
PCB-1248 4 17074
PCB-1248 4 17153 345.68
PCB-1248 4 17042 231.09
PCB-1248 4 17138
PCB-1248 4 17004
PCB-1248 4 17040
PCB-1248 4 17007
PCB-1248 4
PCB-1248 4 17048
PCB-1248 4
PCB-1248 4 17035
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCS- 1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCS- 1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889 1403.09
16890 1541.83
•
17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
' 17065
17130
17141
.
.
16884
16896
.
DETLIMIT
191.70
ป
.
253.36
267.00
87.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
428.33
246.67
DETLIMIT
213.28
206.15
153.02
176.26
167.09
163.01
211.17
196.44
302.73
,
^
210.63
206.40
203.59
176.29
210.86
225.71
89.77
229.47
130.73
201.66
130.85
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.85
UG/KG 5.44
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG 7.25
UG/KG 7.34
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
5.26
.
.
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.08
5.37
5.28
6.06
5.51
LNDL
5.36
5.33
5.03
5.17
5.12
5.09
5.35
5.28
5.71
*
,
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
4.50
5.44
4.87
5.31
4.87
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
SOLIDS
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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ro
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1465
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
lili
ANALYTE
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PSi-lill
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2












2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
                         DATA  LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  ANALYTE=PCB-1254 STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AttOt

                            16527
                            16528
                            16618

                            16834

                            16529

                            16610
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            1679?
                            16866

                            16823
                            16625

                            16888
                            16636
                            16639
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086

                            H889
JUT DETLIHIT
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
182.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.06
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
238.06
200.42
240.45
224.87
174.17
206.39
176.14
147.95
159.50
160.36
220.26
69.12
231.62
219.73
223.57
161.03
218.55
.20
150.50
199.80
216.39
213.17
262.83
445.64
72.04
164.96
185.36
194.69
135.30
196.50
195.25
189.69

UNIT LNAHOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.50
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ttftg
LNDL
5.42
5.64
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.84
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49
5.47
5.30
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
5.17
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
.
5.01
5.30
5.38
5.36
5.57
6.10
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25

SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
16.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
7?'i8

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564 ,
ANALYTE
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
STRATUM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
SAMPLE AMOUNT
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
DETLIMIT
199.92
195.47
207.48
65.58
238.96
204.03
206.39
134.25
. UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
5.30
5.26
5.34
4.45
5.46
5.32
5.33
4.90
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70


EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1362
1384
> 1385
JL 1395
ป- 1395
w 1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ANALYTE
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254

STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3






3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3













1
SAMPLE AMOUNT
16532
16533
16534 311.56
16817
16819
16816
16536
16666
16661
16862
16830
16651
16809
#
16843
16844
16641
.
16826
16829
1365.43
16878
16669
16800 692.22
16606
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746
.
16849
.
17031
17028
. ;:.i • . •
17144 .

DETLIMIT
90.91
141.64
.
74.93
147.06
91.16
204.61
209.53
252.61
216.81
225.62
241.92
255.71
451.17
190.72
125.63
275.63
480.61
63.72
216.57
.
203.06
666.00
.
259.15
102.95
246.93
213.25
104.95
22.11
212.35
287.22
214.26
200.00
217.17
220.24
223.69
KHZ
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.74
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.22
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.54
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS :
LNDL
4.51
4.95
.
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.16
4.43
5.38
.
5.31
6.50
.
5.56
4.63
5.51
5.36
4.65
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
5.38
5.39
5.41
III
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
i:2t

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EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
m
ANALYTE
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
ANALYTE
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
FBi-liiS
ST
3
3
3
3
3





3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SI
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTAKT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1254 STRATUM=3

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE      AMOl

                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
                  ANALYTE=PCB-1254 3TRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMO

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537       1339
                            16538
                            16539       1170
INT DETLIMIT
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
111.84
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41
161.85
248.06
124.15
103.14
216.19
114.86
189.82
219.77
214.00
88.54
205.80
149.29
233.59
95.04
218.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
LJNT DETLIMIT
66.67
277.50
15.63
166.58
• 342.00
180.56
32.32
248.42
444.00
148.00
209.07
125.89
.11
186.26
.69
: ป*:K
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.20
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.07
(KB :
LNDL
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
4.72
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5.09
5.51
4*. 82
4.64
5.38
4.74
S.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
5.01
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.80
5.41
LNDL
4.20
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.83
5.20
3.48
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.84
.
5.23
m
fctt
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
•6*:88

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
> 1539
M 1549
K 1551
01 1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
IB*
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PCB-1254 4 16871 . 351.
PCB-1254 4
16837 9346.96
PCB-1254 4 16747 . 333.
PCB-1254 4 16852 . 1739.
18

75
13
PCB-1254 4 16876 2583.66
PCB-1254 4 16877 . 150.
PCB-1254 4 17026 . 233.
PCB-1254 4 17030 . 419.
PCB-1254 4 17151 . 168.
PCB-1254 4 16880 . 200.
PCB-1254 4 17060 . 111.
PCB-1254 4 17029 . 108.
PCB-1254 4 17011 . 833.
PCB-1254 4 17075 . 186.
PCB-1254 4 17074 . 191.
PCB-1254 4 17153 . 167.
PCB-1254 4 17042 . 142.
PCB-1254 4 17138 . 253.
PCB-1254 4 17004 . 267.
PCB-1254 4 17040 . 87.
PCB-1254 4 17007 . 160.
PCB-1254 4 . 215.
PCB-1254 4 17048 . 197.
PCB-1254 4 .428.
PCB-1254 4 17035 . 246.
42
91
17
78
00
76
97
33
40
70
89
86
36
00
41
53
37
14
33
67
ANALYTE . STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCS- 1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
16821 . 213.
16885 . 206.
16739 . 153.
17036 1658.80
17145 294.86
17149 503.37
28
15
02



17033 . 211.17
17034 . 196.44
16887 . 302.73
16889 . 103.71
16890 . 104.84
210.63
17046 . 206.40
17052 . 203.59
17020 . 176.29
17038 . 210.86
17022 . 225.71
17081 330.03

PCB-1260 1 17065 . 229.47
PCB-1260 . . 1 17130 . 130.73
taints
1 imi : i?J
II
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG 9.14
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.66
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7.41
UG/KG 5.69
UG/KG 6.22
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.80
UG/KG
UG/KG
U&R8 :
LNOL
5.86
^
5.81
7.46
.
5.01
5.45
6.04
5.13
5.30
4.72
4.69
6.73
5.23
5.26
5.12
4.96
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.08
5.37
5.28
6.06
5.51
LNOL
5.36
5.33
5.03
,
9
• ,
5.35
5.28
5.71
4.64
4.65
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.17
5.35
5.42
.
5.44
4.87

SOLIDS
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50


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EPISODE   ANALYTE
1552
1553
1556
1559
PCB-1260
FCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTAMT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE=PCB-1260 STRATUM=1 	

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
16884
16896
                                                                            DETLIMIT   UNIT
239.21
271.50
305.00
196.45
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
                                          LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                           LNDL   SOLIDS
5.48
5.60
5.72
5.28
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
                                                    ANALYTE=PCB-1260 3TRATUM=2
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                                 AMOUNT
                                                                                      DETLIMIT   UNIT
                                                                                               LNAMOUNT
                                                                                                                     LNOL   SOLIDS
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
> 1410
ปL 1413
ฃ I*13
* 1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1462
1464
1485
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
111!
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
                                                    z
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    t
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                     2
                                                    16527
                                                    16528
                                                    16614
                                                    16618

                                                    16834

                                                    16529

                                                    16810
                                                    16811
                                                    16833
                                                    17025
                                                    17061
                                                    16743

                                                    16831
                                                    16632
                                                    16799
                                                    16866

                                                    16823
                                                    16825

                                                     16888
                                                     16838
                                                     16839
                                                     17021
                                                     16879
                                                     16673
                                                     16874
                                                     17136

                                                     17024
                                                     17132
                                                     17133

                                                     17155
                                                     17019

                                                     17079
             331.54
225.47
343.67
218.56
212.81
222.20
162.14
131.83
335.10
149.42
191.74
93.91
126.07
234.29
202.76
211.08
304.24
249.51
211.76
241.12
236.06
200.42
240.45
224.87
174.17
206.39
•
147.95
159.50
160.36
220.26
69.12
231.82
219.73
223.57
181.03
216.55
61.60
150.50
199.80
216.39
213.17
tti:!*
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
vm
                     5.80
5.42
5.64
5.39
5.36
5.40
5.20
4.88
5.81
5.01
5.26
4.54
4.64
5.46
5.31
5.35
5.72
5.52
5.36
5.49
5.47
5.30
5.48
5.42
5.16
5.34
•
5.00
5.07
5.19
5.39
4.24
5.45
5.39
5.41
5.20
5.39
4.40
5.01
5.30
5.38
5.36
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
16.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
                                                                                                                             tt:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
mi
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PCB-1Z60 2
PCB-1260 2
PCB-1260 2
PCB-1260 . 2
PCB-1260 2
PCB-1260 2
PCB-1260 2
PCB-1260 2
72.04
16855 . 164.96
16860 . 185.36
16853 . 194.69
135.30
16854 . 196.50
16856 . 195.25
17086 . 189.69
PCB-1260 2 17088 . 200.00
PCB-1260 2 17087 234.11
PCB-1260 . 2 17093 . 199.92
PCB-1260 2 16803 . 195.47
PCB-1260 2 16805 . 207.48
PCB-1260 2 17066 490.82 . .
PCB-1260 2 17071 491.94
PCB-1260 2 16801 . 204.03
PCB-1260 2 17043 . 206.39
PCB-1260 2 17049 394.89
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
PCB-1260 3 16532 . 90.91
PCB-1260 3 16533 . 141.84
PCB-1260 3 16534 . 75.67
PCB-1260 3 16817 . 74.93
PCB-1260 3 16819 . 147.06
PCB-1260 3 16816 . 91.18
PCB-1260 3 16536 . 204.61
PCB-1260 3 16886 . 209.53
PCB-1260 3 16861 . 252.61
PCB-1260 3 16862 . 216.81
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
16830 . 225.62
16851 . 241.92
16809 . 255.71
451.17
16843 . 190.72
16844 . 125.63
16841 . 275.63
480.61
16826 . 83.72
16829 . 216.57
187.89
16878 . 203.08
16869 . 666.00
16800 . 75.92
16806 . 259.15
PCB-1260 3 17016 302.78
PCB-1260 3 17047 . 246.93
m-\m i
! \m : imi
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG
UG/KO
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6
UG/KG 6
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5
4.28
5.11
5.22
5.27
4.91
5.28
5.27
5.25
5.30
46
5.30
5.28
5.34
20
20
5.32
5.33
98
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
4.51
4.95
4.33
4.32
4.99
4.51
5.32
5.34
5.53
5.38
5.42
5.49
5.54
6.11
5.25
4.83
5.62
6.18
4.43
5.38
5.24
5.31
6.50
4.33
5.56
UG/KG 5.71
UG/KG
BS^S
5.51
: 3:21
SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
im

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EPISODE
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
I486
1487
1469
1490
1492
1497
1496
1502
1504
1505
1507
> 1508
' 1511
t-> 1513
00 1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
STf
3





3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3'
3
3
3
3
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOB  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=PCB-1260 STRATUH=3

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE      AHOt

                            16746

                            16349

                            17031
                            17026        670

                            17144        493
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010        559
                            17015

                            17073
                            17070
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001        506

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070        636
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
JUT
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ป
l
k
ป
.62

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^
m
^
9
m
m
9
9
^
m
m
.76
9
9
.
9
9
.65
9
*
*
9
9
9
OETLIHIT
22.11
212.35
267.22
214.26
200.00
9
220.24
.
263.07
222.22
215.00
220.69
108.01
209.00
9
2105.26
189.07
211.03
306.45
207.44
100.04
1017.41
161.85
246.06
124.15
103.14
216.19
9
189.62
219.77
214.00
86.54
205.60
.
233.59
95.04
218.64
96.66
329.43
223.45
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.51
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.20
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.33
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG 6.23
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.46
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
3.10
5.36
5.66
5.37
5.30
*
5.39
*
5.57
5.40
5.37
5.40
4.68
5.34
.
7.65
5.24
5.35
5.73
5.33
4.61
6.93
5.09
5.51
4.82
4.64
5.38
.
5.25
5.39
5.37
4.48
5.33
.
5.45
4.55
5.39
4.57
5.60
5.41
SOLIDS
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
66.30
2.65
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
> 1464
,1 1465
i- 1466
*ป 1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501 •
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260 .
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  ANALYTE=PCB-1260 STRATUM?*

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl

                            16525         31.
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16667
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837       4005
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151        595
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042        210
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
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ป
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9
9
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*

DETLIMIT
.
277.50
15.63
166.58
342.00
180.56
32.32 .
248.42
444.00
148.00
209.07
125.89
102.32
186.26
160.31
183.57
104.06
351.18
.
333.75
1739.13
331.47
150.42
233.91
419.17
.
200.00
111.76
108.97
833.33
186.40
191.70
167.89
.
253.36
267.00
87.41
160.53
215.37
197.14
428.33
246.67
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG 3.43
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 8.30
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 6.39
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.35
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
.
5.63
2.75
5.12
5.83
5.20
3.48
5.52
6.10
5.00
5.34
4.84
4.63
5.23
5.08
5.21
4.64
5.86
.
5.81
7.46
5.80
5.01
5.45
6.04
.
5.30
4.72
4.69
6.73
5.23
5.26
5.12
.
5.53
5.59
4.47
5.08
5.37
5.28
6.06
5.51
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
4, 1552
ro 1553
0 1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
Kit
ANALYTE 3
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM • .
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM 1
ANALYTE 9
SELENIUM 2
SELENIUM 2
SELENIUM 2
SELENIUM 2
SELENIUM Z
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM !
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM S
SELENIUM t
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM t
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM !
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM i
SELENIUM I
SELENIUM 3
SELENIUM i
mm \
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=SELENIUM  STRATUM=1
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16021
                            16885
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            17149
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022
                            17081
                            17065
                            17130
                            17141
                            16884
                            16896
                  ANALYTE=SELENIUM 3TRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16527
                            16528
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868
AMOUNT
•
4.10
23.10
3.80
1.20
•
•
3.80
•
5.90
6.60
4.80
13.40
16.30
3.00
4.90
•
1.20
•
1.30
5.10
*
•
7.70
•
8.20
AMOUNT
3.50
3.60
•
•
4.95
2.20
1.70
1.60
•
•
11.40
3.10
•
•
3.30
7.20
•
3.70
12.50

OETLIMIT
2.50
•
•
•
•
7.40
9.20
•
5.50
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.60
•
1.00
•
•
0.95
4.00
•
8.30
15.90
DETLIMIT
•
•
1.20
1.70
•
•
•
•
1.60
26.00
•
•
3.60
8.30
•
•
8.20
•
•
•
•
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
KG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
urn
LNAMOUNT
•
1.41
3.14
1.34
0.18
•
•
1.34
•
1.77
1.89
1.57
2.60
2.79
1.10
1.59
•
0.18
•
0.26
1.63
•
•
2.04
•
2.10
LNAMOUNT
1.25
1.28
•
•
1.60
0.79
0.53
0.47
•
•
2.43
1.13
•
•
1.19
1.97
•
1.31
2.53
!:H
LNOL
0.92
•
•
•
•
2.00
2.22
•
1.70
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1.28
•
0.00
•
•
-0.05
1.39
•
2.12
2.77
LNOL
*
•
0.18
0.53
•
*
•
•
0.47
3.26
•
•
1.28
2.12
•
•
2.10
•
•
•
•
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
17:i5

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
K> 1515
** 1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
31
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 2& POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=SELENIUM STRATUM=2
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16679
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
AMOUNT
15.20
7.70
10.35
2.30
5.30
5.30
14.30
15.20
8.30
1.60
6.60
3.30
7.50
.
1.50
6.00
1.00
.
4.10
1.30
5.50
1.60
7.00
1.20
10.60
4.90
0.70
.
7.10
7.70
3.80
9.90
5.70
3.40
4.00
5.30
3.80
5.50
1.80
.
DETLIMIT UNIT I
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
1.60 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
30.60 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
3.20 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
0.60 MG/KG
5.70 MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. . MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
• 6.20 MG/KG
LNAMOUNT LKDL
2.72
2.04
2.34
0.83
1.67
1.67
2.66
2.72
2.12
0.47
1.89
1.19
2.01
0.47
0.41
1.79
0.00
3.42
1.41
0.26
1.70
0.47
1.95 1.16
0.18
2.36
1.59
-0.36 -0.51
1.74
1.96
2.04
1.34
2.29
1.74
1.22
1.39
1.67
1.34
1.70
0.59
1.82
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
. 1416
> 1425
^ 1426
^ 1433
M 1434
1435
1439
1440
1446
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1460
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
liu
ANALYTE
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
mum
STI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=SELENIUn STRATUM=
                            SAMPLE

                            16532
                            16533
                            16534
                            16817
                            16819
                            16816
                            16536
                            16866
                            16861
                            16862
                            16830
                            16851
                            16609

                            16843
                            16644
                            16641

                            16826
                            16829

                            16678
                            16869
                            16800
                            16806
                            17016
                            17047
                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17026

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17064
m=i 	
AMOUNT
2.80
•
•
5.00
14.80
2.20
3.00
• *
. •
9.50
4.40
2.00
*
4.50
•
1.50
•
•
•
•
4.15
5.10
•
3.10
6.60
5.70
4.10
4.30
•
1.40
5.27
3.10
4.60
3.50
3.80
3.70
2.60
' •
6.50
*
4.80
1.50
7.90
16.90
70.00
•
•
•
5.30
3.80
4.00
f:ft
DETLIMIT
•
1.80
3.40
•
•
•
•
3.50
2.60
•
•
•
42.30
84.60
19.40
•
3.70
3.30
3.70
17.20
•
•
12.00
•
•
•
•
•
4.60
•
•
•
•
•
•
6.70
•
3.40
•
2.30
•
•
•
•
•
2.20
3.40
6.50
*
•
•
•
•
UNIT
MG/KG
US/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ROT
LNAMOUNT
1.03
•
•
1.61
2.69
0.79
1.10
•
•
2.. 25
1.46
0.69
•
1.50
•
0.41
•
•
*
•
1.42
1.63
•
1.13
1.92
1.74
1.41
1.46
•
0.34
1.66
1.13
1.57
1.25
1.34
1.31
0.96
•
1.67
*
1.57
0.41
2.07
2.83
4.25
•
•
•
1.67
1.34
1.39
l:K
LNDL
•
0.59
1.22
•
ป
•
•
1.25
0.96
•
•
•
3.74
4.44
2.97
*
1.31
1.19
1.31
2.84
•
*
2.48
*
•
•
•
•
1.57
•
•
.
•
•
•
1.90
•
1.22
•
0.63
•
•
*
•
•
0.79
1.22
1.67
•
•
•
*
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10. io
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
•*i:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
> EPISODE
M 1362
W 1363
1388
1369
1401
1407
1406
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1466
1470
1478
Utt
ANALYTE
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
ANALYTE
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
SELENIUM
mm
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3








3
CLcmun
SAMPLE
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16691
16892
17143
17057
3
STRATUM SAMPLE
4






4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
I
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16652
16676
16877
17026
17030
17151
16860
17060
mi
AMOUNT
4.40
4.90
17.60
15.90
2.30
6.90
^
26.50
3.40
4.50
4.90
10.70
%
9.60
9
t
ttTB ATI M— A
AMOUNT
3.90
3.90
9
2.50
.
4.60
.
5.20
.
4.40
6.60
*
6.20
3.60
5.90
9.50
0.90
t
2.40
.
.
5.00
.
.
5.70
3.40
5.20
49.40
3.20
DETLIMIT
.
e
9
*
5.50
9
1.20
.
.
.
.
.
2.70
.
37.80
6.00
6.50
DETLIMIT
t
.
0.20
9
3.00
t
0.40
.
12.00
.
.
0.60
.
,
• *
^
.
3.50
,
7.50
13.00
.
3.10
4.30
.
,
.
•••••-.
12'.50
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
ffiffi
LNAMOUNT
1.48
1.59
2.87
2.77
0.83
1.93
.
3.28
1.22
1.50
1.59
2.37
.
2.26
m
9
*
LNAMOUNT
1.36
1.36
.
0.92
.
1.57
.
1.65
^
1.46
1.92
.
1.82
1.28
1.77
2.25
-0.11
.
0.68
%
,
1.61
.
,-
1.74
1.22
1.65
3.90
1.16
LNDL
.
m
m
.
1.70
t
0.18
%
^
9
,
m
0.99
^
3.63
2.06
1.67
LNDL
^
.
-1.61
.
1.10
m
-0.92
t
2.48
e
^
-0.51
9
. i
m
9
4
1.25
^
2.01
2.56
0
1.13
1.46
.
.
.
^
2153
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.60
64.00
1.70
44.60
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40


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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
> 1436
A 1436
ro 1436
** 1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
	 ANALYTE=SELENIUM STRATW1=4 	
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
SELENIUM 4 17075 7.70
SELENIUM 4 17074 4.00
SELENIUM 4 17153 1.20
SELENIUM * 17042 3.70
SELENIUM 4 17130 6.20
SELENIUM 4 17004
SELENIUM 4 17040 2.50
SELENIUM 4 17007
SELENIUM 4
SELENIUM 4 17040 4.10
SELENIUM 4
SELENIUM 4 17035 4.60
AUAi YTt-TflVADMFMF ซtTtJlT1JMrl — -— -.
ANALYTE STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
16021
16005
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16007
16009
16090
17046
17052
17020
17030
17022
17001
17065
17130
17141
• .
.
16004
16096
'
DETLIMIT
.
.
•
.
.
60.00
.
7.20
5.70
.
10.45

DETLIMIT
1066.39
1030.03
765.07
001.23
835.41
014.99
1055.95
902.30
1515.45
510.53
524.23
1053.22
1032.02
1010.04
881.47
1054.19
1128.57
448.84
1147.47
653.66
1008.10
654.23
1196.32
.1358.50
1526.11
982.48
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNAMOUNT
2.04
1.39
0.18
1.31
1.82
.
0.92
. •
.
1.41
.
1.53
LNAMOUNT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
•
.
t
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
•
LNDL
*
•
>
.
.
4.09
.
1.97
1.74
.
2.35

LNDL
6.97
6.94
6.64
6.78
6.73
6.70
6.96
6.89
7.32
6.25
6.26
6.96
6.94
6.93
6.78
6.96
7.03
6.11
7.05
6.48
6.92
6.48
7.09
7.21
7.33
6.89
SOLIDS
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
fi, 1443
ro 1447
01 1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503 <
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
iiii
ANALYTE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
mem
STI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Z
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2





2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
!
                        DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=TOXAPHENE STRATUM=2
                           SAMPLE

                           16527
                           16528
                           16814
                           16818

                           16834

                           16529

                           16810
                           16811
                           16833
                           17025
                           17061
                           16743

                           16831
                           16832
                           16799
                           16868

                           16823
                           16825

                           16888
                           16838
                           16839
                           17021
                           16879
                           16873
                           16874
                           17136

                           17024
                           17132
                           17133

                           17155
                           17019

                            17079
                           17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            urn
JNT DETLIHIT
1127.34
1718.33
1092.88
1063.99
1110.97
910.75
659.17
1675.64
747.32
957.63
469.50
630.42
1171.07
1013.76
1055.68
1521.48
1247.60
1058.73
1205.66
1190.32
1002.17
. 1202.50
1124.62
871.11
1041.94
880.68
739.65
797.50
901.61
1101.05
345.57
1158.99
1098.67
1117.81
905.60
1092.63
408.00
752.44
999.39
1081.83
1065.83
1313.96
2228.18
360.19
824.77
926.77
973.49
676.49
982.51
976.31
948.46
1992-it
. 468.23
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
H&B :
LNDL
7.03
7.45
7.00
6.97
7.01
6.81
6.49
7.42
6.62
6.86
6.15
6.45
7.07
6.92
6.96
7.33
7.13
6.96
7.09
7.06
6.91
7.09
7.03
6.77
6.95
6.78
6.61
6.68
6.60
7.00
5.85
7.06
7.00
7.02
6.81
7.00
6.01
6.62
6.91
6.99
6.97
7.16
7.71
5.69
6.72
6.83
6.68
6.52
6.89
6.66
6.65
Hi
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.60
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60-
14.60
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
?S:S8

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1556
1564
1564
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1361
1382
1384
> 1385
4. 1395
K 1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1426
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1446
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
IKS
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
WHINE
                                                   ANALYTE=TOXAPHENE STRATUM=2

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
                                                   ANALYTE=TOXAPHENE STRATUM'S

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                    16532
                                                    16533
                                                    16534
                                                    16817
                                                    16819
                                                    16816
                                                    16536
                                                    16886
                                                    16861
                                                    16862
                                                    16830
                                                    16851
                                                    16809

                                                    16843
                                                    16844
                                                    16841

                                                    16826
                                                    16829

                                                    16878
                                                    16869
                                                    16800
                                                    16806
                                                    17016
                                                    17047
                                                    17050
                                                    16745
                                                    16746

                                                    16849

                                                    17031
                                                    17026

                                                    17144

                                                    HHt
JNT DETLIMIT
999.59
977.39
1037.28
427.69
1194.73
1020.00
1032.00
671.29
JNT DETLIMIT
454.55
709.26
. 378.33
374.58
735.29
455.92
1023.07
1047.67
1263.91
1063.98
1126.12
1209.49
1260.00
2256.97
953.49
626.20
1376.87
2403.18
416.60
1082.29
939.49
1015.49
3334.00
379.60
1295.82
514.72
1234.55
1066.34
524.76
110.37
1061.74
1436.25
1071.21
999.87
1085.77
1101.18
1116.37

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Hli/fcil
LNDL
6.91
6.88
6.94
6.06
7.09
6.93
6.94
6.51
LNDL
6.12
6.56
5.94
5.93
6.60
6.12
6.93
6.95
7.14
6.99
7.03
7.10
7.15
7.72
6.66
6.44
7.23
7.76
6.04
6.99
6.85
6.92
6.11
5.94
7.17
6.24
7.12
6.97
6.26
4.70
6.97
7.27
6.98
6.91
6.99
7.00
7.02
fctt
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
46.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.60
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
i'.ft

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                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OP CONCERN
EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
15C4
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3














3
SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
17131 1074.23
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
17154
17084
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
17143

1103.45
540.06
1044.00
559.19
10526.32
945.13
1054.48
1532.26
1037.18
500.19
5087.41
809.21
1240.31
620.73
515.72
1080.93
574.32
949.08
1098.90
1069.60
442.71
1029.03
746.41
1168.07
475.24
1092.73
483.31
1647.92
1118.07
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
UG/KG . 6.98
UG/KG . 7.01
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
.29
.95
.33
.26
.85
.96
.33
.94
.21
.53
.70
.12
.43
.25
.99
.35
.86
.00
.98
.09
.94
.62
UG/KG . 7.06
UG/KG . 6.16
UG/KG . 7.00
UG/KG . 6.18
UG/KG . 7.41
US/KG . 7.02
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.60
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15

EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
m
ANALYTE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
Mini
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT DETLIMIT
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
' * '
16525 . 333.33
16526 . 1388.75
16815 . 78.13
16835 . 832.93
16802 . 1712.00
16842 . 902.78
16540 . 161.52
16744 . 1241.05
16750 . 2222.00
16742 . 740.67
16864 . 1045.42
16867 . 629.47
16537 . 511.58
16538 . 931.23
16539 . 801.50

UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG . 5.81
UG/KG . 7.24
UG/KG . 4.36
UG/KG . 6.72
UG/KG . 7.45
UG/KG . 6.81
UG/KG . 5.08
UG/KG . 7.12
UG/KG . 7.71
UG/KG . 6.61
UG/KG . 6.95
UG/KG . 6.44
UG/KG . 6.24
UG/KG . 6.84
UG/KG . 6.69
BOS : i:!f
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00


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EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
I486
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
> 1539
^ 1549
to 1551
00 1555
ANALYTE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
TOXAPHENE
SI
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
. 4
4
4
4
4
4







4
4
4
4
	 ANALY
 EPISODE   ANALYTE

 1368     TRICKLOROETHENE
 1391     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1419     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1436     TRICHLOROETHENE
.1436     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1436     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1437     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1436     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1451     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1452     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1452     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1469     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1471     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1471     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1530     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1530     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1533     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1534     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1543     TRICHLOROETHENE
 1543     TRICHLOROETHENE
                                                           DATA  LISTING
                                   NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS  FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF .CONCERN

                                                    ANALYTE=TOXAPHENE STRATUM=4
                                                     STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                               16871
                                                               16837
                                                               16747
                                                               16852
                                                               16876
                                                               16877
                                                               17026
                                                               17030
                                                               17151
                                                               16880
                                                               17060
                                                               17029
                                                               17011
                                                               17075
                                                               17074
                                                               17153
                                                               17042
                                                               17138
                                                               17004
                                                               17040
                                                               17007

                                                               17048

                                                               17035
                                                 ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE 3TRATUM=1

                                                     STRATUM   SAMPLE
16821
16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141
AMOUNT
*
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
AMOUNT
•
•
24.19
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
^
•
•
•
^
•
•
DETLIMIT
1755.88
756.65
1666.25
8695.65
1657.43
752.08
1168.70
2094.17
843.87
1000.00
559.12
544.87
4166.67
932.40
958.40
639.49
714.29
1266.85
1333.00
437.08
802.63
1076.72
965.67
2140.00
1233.14
DETLIMIT
617.26
364.62
•
23.81
45.45
33.33
60.24
53.76
909.09
15.15
16.13
384.62
41.67
50.00
16.52
10.20
1190.48
11.36
71.43
18.52
utt:!*
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.19
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
M :
LNOL
7.47
6.63
7.42
9.07
7.41
6.62
7.06
7.65
6.74
6.91
6.33
6.30
8.33
6.64
6.67
6.73
6.57
7.14
7.20
6.08
6.69
6.98
6.89
7.67
7.12
LNOL
6.43
5.95
•
3.17
3.82
3.51
4.10
3.98
6.61
2.72
2.76
5.95
3.73
3.91
2.92
2.32
7.08
2.43
4.27
2.92
fctt
SOLIDS
1.70
44.60
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.-48

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                                                               DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 2ft POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                     ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE STRATUM=1
    EPISODE   ANALYTE

    ISSZ      TRICHLOROETHENE
    1553      TRICHLOROETHENE
    1556      TRICHLOROETHENE
    1559      TRICHLOROETHENE
     EPISODE   ANALYTE
     1364
     1365
     1366
     1369
     1380
     1390
     1392
     1393
     1399
     1400
     1403
>   1410
^   1413
ฃ   1413
     1419
     1421
     1422
     1423
     1424
     1426
     1429
     1443
     1443
     1447
     1453
     1454
     1454
     1456
     1460
     1463
     1463
     1481
     1482
     1484
     1485
     1485
     1493
     1495
     1499
     1500
     1503
     111?
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE

HiaitffifllENE
                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
                      AMOUNT
                                                    16884
                                                    16896
                                                     ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE STRATUM^
                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE
2
2
2
2
2
t
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868

16823
16825

16888
16838
16839
17021
16879
16873
16874
17136

17024
17132
17133

17155
17019

:17079

1HB
                      AMOUNT
1224.85
  54.41
DETLIMIT
2173.91
500.00
5952.38
106.43
DETLIMIT
8771.93 .
1923.08
357.14
5681.82
30.33
357.14
11634.20
1923.08
2440.48
500.00
15.63
515.46
294.12
54.95
847.46
500.00
500.00
.
68.49
3125.00
57.48
217.39
217.39
625.00
5000.00
333.33
609.76
357.14
25.00
250.00
45.45
67.57
51.55
454.55
384.62
632.91
67.07
29.41
1020.41
50.51
. ' '
lit: 11
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG 7.11
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 4.00
MS :
LNDL
7.68
6.21
8.69
4.67
LNDL
9.08
7.56
5.88
8.65
3.41
5.68
9.36
7.56
7.00
6.21
2.75
6.25
5.66
4.01
6.74
6.21
6.21
.
4.23
8.05
4.05
5.38
5.38
6.44
8.52
5.81
6.41
5.88
3.22
5.52
3.82
4.21
3.94
6.12
5.95
6.45
4.21
3.38
6.93
3.92
^
$:$
SOLIDS
3.60
2.00
1.80
8.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.60
18.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
16.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
IMS

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EPISODE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
. 1554
1558
1564
1564
tL EPISODE
LO
0 1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
ANALYTE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
ANALYTE

TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE  28  POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
              ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE  STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                  2
                  Z
                  2
                  t
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
                  2
16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
51.57
              ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE STRATUM'S

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
                  3
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16829

16878
16869
16800
16806
17016
17047
                                          51.49
DETLIMIT
10.31
23.81
50.00
58.14
20.13
45.45
45.45
29.41
892.86
10.00
10.64
500.00
454.55
13.51
9
561.80
41.67
20.00
DETLIMIT
23809.53
71428.57
135.14
7575.76
31250.01
13.89
294.12
2083.33
384.62
50.00
5494.51
1190.48
769.23
500.00
694.44
19.23
833.33
2272.73
11.90
294.12
272.06
531.91
2000.00
11.11
38.46
9.26
100.00
15163
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG .
UG/KG . •
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.94
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAHOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HS/lSi 3:9*
LNOL
2.33
3.17
3.91
4.06
3.00
3.82
3.82
3.38
6.79
2.30
2.36
6.21
6.12
2.60
.
6.33
3.73
3.00
LNDL
10.08
11.18
4.91
8.93
10.35
2.63
5.68
7.64
5.95
3.91
8.61
7.08
6.65
6.21
6.54
2.96
6.73
7.73
2.48
5.68
5.61
6.28
7.60
2.41
3.65
2.23
4.61
2^75
SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16,30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.6tf
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
it;l8

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EPISODE
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
> 1508
,1 1511
" 1513
M 1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
ANALYTE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

              ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE STRATUM:}
                                        3301
STRATUM



3
3
3
3
3













3
3
3
3
3










3
3
SAMPLE
16746
16849
17031
17028

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015
17073
17078
17152
17154
17084
17139
17083
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17089
16804
17070
17067
16883
16891
16892
17143
17057

                                        1227
JNT DETLIMIT
1000.00
458.13
71
47.73
64.94
33.33
43.56
35.71
568.18
250.00
312.50
45.45
50
454.55
9.43
5263.16
536.66
357.14
1000.00
35.71
14.71
370.37
41.67
775.19
16.67
14.29
64.94
22.73
10.64
29.41
200.00
14.29
384.62
21.74
56.82
23.81
357.14
13.51
377.36
1666.67
1704.55
UNIT LNAMOl
US/KG
U6/K6
US/KS 8
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG '
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 7
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
INT LNOL
6.91
6.13
10
3.87
4.17
3.51
3.77
3.58
6.34
5.52
5.74
3.82
11
6.12
2.24
8.57
6.32
5.88
6.91
3.58
2.69
5.91
3.73
6.65
2.81
2.66
4.17
3.12
2.36
3.38
5.30
2.66
5.95
3.08
4.04
3.17
5.88
2.60
5.93
7.42
7.44
SOLIDS
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
> 1461
>L 1464
ฃ 1465
N 1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551 '
1555
ANALYTE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE  28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

              ANALYTE=TRICHLOROETHENE  STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE      AMOUNT
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  .4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4-
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
                  4
16525
16531
16526
16815
16835
16802
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16880
17060
17029
17011
17075
17074
17153
17042
17138
17004
17040
17007

17048

17035
DETLIMIT
11.36
10.00
909.09
666.67
41.67
757.58
263.16
1428.57
537.63
1666.67
666.67
94.34
208.33
15.63
510.20
21.74
357.14
16.67
500.00
23.81
1428.57
5000.00
22.73
2173.91
549.45
909.09
35.71
909.09
312.50
16.67
2083.33
416.67
131.58
31.25
35.71
59.52
1000.00
12.82
22.73
2084.78
166.67
740.20
3125.00
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
2.43
2.30
6.81
6.50
3.73
6.63
5.57
7.26
6.29
7.42
6.50
4.55
5.34
2.75
6.23
3.08
5.88
2.81
6.21
3.17
7.26
8.52
3.12
7.68
6.31
6.81
3.58
6.81
5.74
2.81
7.64
6.03
4.88
3.44
3.58
4.09
6.91
2.55
3.12
7.64
5.12
6.61
8.05
SOLIDS
100.00
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
!1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
> 1550
' 1552
w 1553
w 1556
1559
ANALYTE S
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC.
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
m
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                                                      ANALYTE=ZINC STRATUM^!
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                              16821
                                                              16885
                                                              16739
                                                              17036
                                                              17145
                                                              17149
                                                              17033
                                                              17034
                                                              16887
                                                              16889
                                                              16890

                                                              17046
                                                              17052
                                                              17020
                                                              17038
                                                              17022
                                                              17081
                                                              17065
                                                              17130
                                                              17141
                                                              16884
                                                              16896
                                            ANALYTE=ZINC STRATUM=2

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE
2
t
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
16527
16528
16814
16818

16834

16529

16810
16811
16833
17025
17061
16743

16831
16832
16799
16868
AMOUNT
930.00
2120.00
3260.00
1550.00
582.00
1100.00
1310.00
1250.00
1040.00
3070.00
2450.00
1300.00
1760.00
2210.00
470.00
851.00
1020.00
390.00
344.00
392.00
649.00
1275.00
2035.00
1170.00
2060.00
978.00

AMOUNT
732.00
1350.00
605.00
581.00
725.00
337.00
543.50
694.00
439.00
1280.00
2820.00
1990.00
3420.00
3130.00
940.00
1110.00
13300.00
10700.00
443.00
If 38 '88
DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG

DETLIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
Ril/BS
LNAMOUNT
6.84
7.66
8.09
7.35
6.37
7.00
7.18
7.13
6.95
8.03
7.80
7.17
7.47
7.70
.15
.75
.93
.97
.84
5.97
6.48
7.15
7.62
7.06
7.63
6.89

LNAMOUNT
6.60
7.21
.41
.36
.59
.82
.30
.54
.08
7.15
7.94
7.60
.14
.05
.85
.01
.50
.28
.09

LNDL SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.60
2.00
1.60
8.45

LNDL SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.60
18.10
3.70
1.65
18.30
20.40
14.30
: i?:i5

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1461
1482
1484
1485
1465
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
' 1515
u> 1520
*" 1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1536
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
. 2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                    ANALYTE=ZINC STRATUH=2
                            SAMPLE

                            16823
                            16825

                            16888
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            I6B03
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
AMOUNT DET LIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT
616.00 MG/KG
722.00
1910.00
1560.00
4350.00
2430.00
4680.00
1750.00
6160.00
1960.00
1040.00
675.00
909.00
874.00
1050.00
877.00
420.00
1020.00
3275.00
317.00
970.00
256.00
963.00
372.00
2030.00
392.00
244.00
674.00
916.00
1760.00
593.00
1340.00
683.00
515.00
692.00
1390.00
986.00
1080.00
1360.00
1320.00
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
6.43
6.58
7.55
7.35
6.36
7.60
8.45
7.47
8.73
7.59
6.95
6.77
6.81
6.77
6.96
6.78
6.04
6.93
6.09
5.76
6.88
5.55
6.67
5.92
7.62
5.97
5.50
6.51
6.62
7.47
6.39
7.20
6.53
6.24
6.79
7.24
6.69
6.98
7.23
7.19
LNDL SOLIDS
. . 4.40
3.90
•3.60
18.60
36.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
62.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.60
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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                                                                 DATA LISTING
                                        NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
U)
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1393
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1467
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
iiU
ANALYTE
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
iiNS
STRATUM SAMPLE
3





3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
• ... j
3
.-•:•• 3
I
16532
16533
16534
16817
16819
16816
16536
16886
16861
16862
16830
16851
16809

16843
16844
16841

16826
16629

16878
16669
16600
16806
17016
17047
17050
16745
16746

16649

17031
17026

17144
17150
17044
17131
17023
17041
17027
17010
17015

17073
17078
17152
17154
17084

AMOUNT
3040.00
2650.00
2660.00
648.00
782.00
270.00
5190.00
1110.00
1560.00
1510.00
2660.00
1140.00
612.00
1978.50
923.00
613.00
708.00
516.50
564.00
891.00
664.00
3720.00
344.00
1330.00
717.00
994.00
551.00
433.00
637.00
83.30
543.50
33400.00
578.50
1060.00
607.00
1175.00
359.00
249.00
1410.00
644.00
1470.00
128.00
892.00
66000.00
1050.00
422.00
412.00
6470.00
2330.00
619.00
669.00
ffli:H
DETLIMIT UNIT LNAMOUNT LNOL
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MS/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. MG/KG

6.02
7.68
7.97
6.47
6.66
5.60
8.53
7.01
7.37
7.32
7.89
7.04
6.42
7.59
6.83
6.42
6.56
6.25
6.34
6.79
6.50
8.22
5.64
7.19
6.58
6.90
6.31
6.07
6.46
4.42
6.30
10.42
6.36
6.96
6.69
7.07
3.68
3.52
7.25
6.47
7.29
4.85
6.79
11.13
6.96
6.05
6.02
8.77
7.75
6.43
6.51

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.2(1
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.60
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.33
7.20
20.43
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
*l:tt

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1517
1516
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1565
1566
> EPISODE
i
W 1362
ฐ* 1363
1368
1389
1401
1407
1406
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
Ktt
ANALYTE
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ANALYTE .

ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
mi
	 ANALTTS
STRATUM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
. 3
3
3
3
3
3
:=ZINU SIR*
SAMPLE
17002
17003
17005
17001

17090
17091
17069
16604
17070
17067
16863
16891
16892
17143
17057
TUD=3 	 	
AMOUNT
1340.00
1490.00
3660.00
1410.00
567.50
919.00
460.00
1560.00
559.00
850.00
1120.00
1850.00
621.00
600.00
944.00
694.00
3 391.50
STRATUM SAMPLE AMOUNT

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
i

16525
16526
16815
16835
16602
16842
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16852
16876
16877
17026
17030
17151
16680
17060
mn

563.00
941.00
534.00
875.00
269.00
525.00
91.10
726.00
352.00
577.00
1070.00
108.00
1390.00
828.00
1090.00
700.00
37.80
970.00
2600.00
385.00
731.00
4820.00
4480.00
872.00
613.00
470.00
422.00
342.00
Z&H
DET LIMIT UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
. . MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
DETLIMIT UNIT

MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
Hฃfl$
. HG/KG
LNAMOUNT
7.20
7.31
8.21
7.25
6.34
6.62
6.13
7.35
6.33
6.75
7.02
7.52
6.43
6.40
6.65
6.54
5.97
LNAMOUNT

6.33
6.85
6.28
6.77
5.67
6.26
4.51
6.59
5.86
6.36
6.96
4.68
7.24
6.72
6.99
6.55
3.63
6.68
7.86
5.95
6.59
8.48
8.41
6.77
6.42
6.15
6.05
5.83
t'5l
LNDL SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
16. IP
71.40
2.20
. ' 68.30
2.65
0.75
1.15
LNDL SOLIDS

100.00
0.60
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.60
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
6?'9B
0.48

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                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
> 1436
•
>i 1436
i*J 1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
ANALYTE
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ANALYTE
4,4>-DDD
4, 4> -ODD
4,41-000
4,4>-DDD
4,4>-DOD
4, 4 1-000
4,41-000
4, 4 • -ODD
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4<-DDO
4,4>-ODD
4,4>-DOD
4>4'-DDD
4,4>-000
4,4>-ODO
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4*-DDO
4.4--DDD
4, 4 • -ODD

4,41-000
4,4<-DDO
4,4i-DDO
4,4>-DDD
4i4*-DDO
4.4--DDD
	 — ANALTTE=ZINC 31
STRATUM SAMPLE
4 17075
4 17074
4 17153
4 17042
4 17138
4 17004
4 17040
4 17007
4
4 17048
4
4 17035
_— _— — AUAI VTB-A &*_nnn
STRATUM SAMPLE
1 16821

























16885
16739
17036
17145
17149
17033
17034
16887
16889
16890

17046
17052
17020
17038
17022
17081
17065
17130
17141


16884
16896

AMOUNT
2770.00
1160.00
434.00
532.00
2010.00
1780.00
325.00
1250.00
280.50
460.00
893.00
2400.00
AMOUNT
9
.
.
.
•
.
390.67
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
ซ
.
.
.
.
DETLIMIT
9
.
.
.
•
.
ซ
.
.
.
.

DETLIMIT
53.36
51.56
38.25
44.06
41.78
40.76
.
49.11
75.45
25.92
26.21
52.67
51.58
50.91
44.08
52.69
56.19
22.44
57.40
32.67
50.39
32.71
59.74
68.00
76.11
49.14
UNIT
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
MG/KG
UNIT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNAMOUNT
7.93
7.06
6.07
6.28
7.61
7.48
5.78
7.13
5.64
6.13
6.79
7.78
LNAMOUNT
*
.
.
.
.
*
5.97
.
.
.
• ' .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
LNDL
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

LNDL
3.98
3.94
3.64
3.79
3.73
3.71
.
3.89
4.32
3.26
3.27
3.96
3.94
3.93
3.79
3.96
4.03
3.11
4.05
3.49
3.92
3.49
4.09
4.22
4.33
3.89
SOLIDS
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.80
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40.
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45

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EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1360
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
> 1443
>L 1443
LO 1447
00 1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
1514
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
lili
ANALYTE
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4.4'-DDD
4.4'-DDD
4,4 '-ODD
4i4'-DDD
4.4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4f4'-DDD
4i4'-DDD
4,4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4i4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4(4'-DDD
4t4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DOD
4,4'-DDD
4>4>-DDD
4i4'-DDD
4.4--DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4>4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DOO
4,4'-DOO
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4>4'-DOD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4' -ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4 '-ODD
4i4'-DDQ
314 '-OOIS
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2












2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  AKALYTE=4,4'-DOD STRATUM=2

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE      AHOt

                            16527
                            16528
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16831
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868

                            16823
                            16825

                            16886
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133

                            17155
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                             16856
                             17086
JUT DETLIMIT
56.35
86.00
54.64
53.20
55.55
45.53
32.93
83.73
37.35
47.83
23;47
31.53
56.57
50.66
52.70
75.99
. ' 62.40
52.94
60.28
59.68
50.11
60.23
56.15
43.61
52.10
44.05
37.00
40.00
45.09
55.00
17.28
57.97
54.94
. 55.90
45.26
54.67
20.40
37.63
50.00
54.06
53.29
65.66
111.36
18.01
41.24
46.35
48.69
33.82
49.13
48.81
47.46
: iS:tt
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/El
LNOL
4.03
4.45
4.00
3.97
4.02
3.82
3.49
4.43
3.62
3.87
3.16 '
3.45
4.07
3.93
3.96
4.33
4.13
3.97
4.10
4.09
3.91
4.10
4.03
3.78
3.95
3.79
3.61
3.69
3.61
4.01
2.85
4.06
4.01
4.02
3.81
4.00
3.02
3.63
3.91
3.99
3.98
4.18
4.71
2.89
3.72
3.84
3.89
3.52
3.89
3.89
3.86
3'H
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
. 2.30
71. 70
30.80
2.80
16.10
3.70
1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
?S:S8

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EPISODE
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1426
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440 '
1446
. 1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
m
ANALYTE
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4.V-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4ซ- ODD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
ANALYTE
4, 4' -DDO
4,4'-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4' -ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4. 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4>4'-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDO
4,4 '-ODD
4,4'-DOD
4,4'-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4.4--DDO
4,4'-DDD
4i4'-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,41-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DOD
4,4'-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4>4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DOD
4, 4' -DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD

SI
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
S
3
3
3
3
3
3















3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
• ' ' ' ' 3
!
                         DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDD STRATUM=2

                        M   SAMPLE       AMOl

                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049


                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDD STRATUM=3

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl

                            16532
                            16533
                            16534
                            16817
                            16819
                            16816
                            16536
                            16886
                            16861
                            16862
                            16830
                            16851
                            16809

                            16843
                            16844
                            16841

                            16826
                            16829

                            16878
                            16869
                            16800
                            16806
                            17016
                            17047
                            17050
                            16745
                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            *17144
JNT DETLIMIT
50.00
48.87
51.64
21.40
59.75
51.01
51.61
33.57
JNT DETLIMIT
22.73
35.46
18.92
16.73
36.76
22.79
51.14
52.33
63.04
54.19
56.56
60.51
64.29
113.07
47.70
31.41
66.75
120.18
20.93
54.00
46.99
50.77
166.00
18.96
64.60
25.73
61.68
53.30
26.25
5.50
53.12
71.61
53.57
50.00
54.30
55.05
55.91
11:21
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
HOT
LNOL
3.91
3.89
3.95
3.06
4.09
3.93
3.94
3.51
LNOL
3.12
3.57
2.94
2.93
3.60
3.13
3.93
3.96
4.14
3.99
4.04
4.10
4.16
4.73
3.86
3.45
4.23
4.79
3.04
3.99
3.85
3.93
5.11
2.94
4.17
3.25
4.12
3.98
3.27
1.71
3.97
4.27
3.98
3.91
3.99
4.01
4.02
I'll
SOLIDS
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
69.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
H&

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EPISODE
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
1508
1511
1513
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
> 1542
' 1546
*• 1547
0 1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
itti
ANALYTE
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4<-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4.4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDO
4, 4 • -000
4, 4 • -ODD
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4>-ODD
4,4>-DDD
4,4<-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DOD
4,4i-DDO
4,4>-DDD
4,4* -000
4,4ซ-DDO
4,4>-DDO
4,4'-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
4i4'-DOO
4,4>-DOD
4,4>-DDO
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4ซ-DOO
4,4i-DOO
4,4i-DDD
4,4'-OOD
4, 4 >-DDO
4, 4 '-ODD
ANALYTE
4,4>-DDD
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4--ODO
4,4i-DDD
4,4<-DOD
4,4>-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4i-DDD
4, 4 • -ODD
4,4>-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4,4<-DDO
4, 4 --ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4* -ODD
4i4-DDD
4!4'-DDD
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3






3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SI
4
4
4
4
4










I
                        DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTAMT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDD STRATUM'S
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                           17131
                           17023
                           17041
                           17027
                           17010
                           17015

                           17073
                           17078
                           17152
                           17154
                           170S4
                           17139
                           17063
                           17002
                           17003
                           17005
                           17001

                           17090
                           17091
                           17089
                           16804
                           17070
                           17067
                           16883
                           16891
                           16892
                           17143
                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDD STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOI

                            16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            IKtt
JNT DETLIMIT
53.85
55.17
27.01
52.00
27.96
526.32
47.24
52.76
76.34
51.87
25.01
254.44
40.46
62.02
31.04
25.79
54.07
28.72
47.47
54.97
53.40
22.14
51.46
37.32
58.40
23.77
54.55
24.16
82.26
55.76
UNT DETLIMIT
16.67
70.00
3.91
41.64
86.00
45.13
8.08
62.11
112.00
37.33
52.24
31.48
25.58
46.55
40.07
• $$ • 0?
• 2o ป Oc
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Ml :
LNDL
3.99
4.01
3.30
3.95
3.33
6.27
3.86
3.97
4.34
3.95
3.22
5.54
3.70
4.13
3.44
3.25
3.99
3.36
3.86
4.01
3.98
3.10
3.94
3.62
4.07
3.17
4.00
3.18
4.41
4.02
LNDL
2.81
4.25
1.36
3.73
4.45
3.81
2.09
4.13
4.72
3.62
3.96
3.45
3.24
3.84
3.69
H2
SOLIDS
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
6$ -.So1

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EPISODE
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DOO
4. 4 '-ODD
4, 4' -ODD
4ป4'-DDD
4, 4' -ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDO
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
4i4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DOD
4,4'-DDD
4,4'-DDD
4.4'-DDD
4, 4 '-ODD
4, 4 '-ODD
4,4'-DDD
SI
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1438
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
IB;
4>4'-DOE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-ODE
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4>4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4.4'-DOE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DOE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4>4'-DD|
4,4'-DDE
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE  28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                                                    ANALYTE=4,4'-DDO STRATUH=4
                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                              16871
                                                              16837
                                                              16747
                                                              16852
                                                              16876
                                                              16877
                                                              17026
                                                              17030
                                                              17151
                                                              16880
                                                              17060
                                                              17029
                                                              17011
                                                              17075
                                                              17074
                                                              17153
                                                              17042
                                                              17138
                                                              17004
                                                              17040
                                                              17007

                                                              17048

                                                              17035
ANALYTE=4.4'-DDE STRATUM:1

STRATUM   SAMPLE

1         16821
          16865
          16739
          17036
          17145
          17149
          17033
          17034
          16887
          16889
          16890

          17046
          17052
          17020
          17038
          17022
          17081
          ; 17065
          17130
          17141
JNT DETLIMIT
87.65
37.83
83.75
434.78
82.88
37.71
58.26
105.00
42.20
50.00
27.94
27.24
208.33
46.60
47.87
41.97
35.71
63.36
67.00
21.86
40.14
53.61
49.37
107.50
61.57
UNT DETLIMIT
53.36
51.56
38.25
44.06
41.78
40.76
.06
49.11
75.45
25.92
26.21
52.67
51.58
50.91
44.06
52.69
56.19
22.44
57.40
32.67

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KS
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 5.25
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
Kg :
LNDL
4.47
3.63
4.43
6.07
4.42
3.63
4.06
4.65
3.74
3.91
3.33
3.30
5.34
3.85
3.87
3.74
3.58
4.15
4.20
3.08
3.69
3.98
3.90
4.68
4.12
LNDL
3.98
3.94
3.64
3.79
3.73
3.71
.
3.89
4.32
3.26
3.27
3.96
3.94
3.93
3.79
3.96
4.03
3.11
4.05
3.49
1*4*1
SOLIDS
1.70
44.60
0.60
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
38.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
1.10
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
IS:**

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EPISODE   ANALYTE
1552
1553
1556
1559
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4.4'-DDE
                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
                                                    ANALYTE=4i4'-DDE STRATUM=1  	

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                                  16884
                                                                  16896
                                                                            DETLIMIT   UNIT    LNAMOUNT
59.7*
68.00
76.11
49.14
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KG
                                                                                                                        LNDL   SOLIDS
4.09
4.22
4.33
3.89
3.80
2.00
1.80
8.45
EPISODE   ANALYTE
                                                    ANALYTE=4,4'-DDE STRATUM=2 	

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOUNT
                                                                            OETLIMIT  UNIT
                                                                                                            LNAMOUNT
                            LNDL  SOLIDS
S3
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
1426
1429
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1461
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1112
4, 4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4. 4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DOE
4, 4 '-DDE
4t4'-DOE
4,4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4 .4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4' -DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4>4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4 ,4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4>4'-DDE
4>4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4*-DDE
4i4*-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4t4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4 .4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4|4'-DDE
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    t
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    2
                                                    16527
                                                    16528
                                                    16814
                                                    16818

                                                    16834

                                                    16529

                                                    16810
                                                    16811
                                                    16833
                                                    17025
                                                    17061
                                                    16743

                                                    16831
                                                    16832
                                                    16799
                                                    16868

                                                    16823
                                                    16825

                                                    16888
                                                    16838
                                                    16839
                                                    17021
                                                    16879
                                                    16873
                                                    16874
                                                    17136

                                                    17024
                                                    17132
                                                    17133

                                                    17155
                                                    17019

                                                    17079
56.35
86.00
54.64
53.20
55.55
45.53
32.93
83.73
37.35
47.83
23.47
31.53
58.57
50.66
52.70
75.99
62.40
ฃ2.94
60.28
59.68
50.11
60.23
56.15
43.61
5.2.10
44.05
37.00
40.00
45.09
55.00
17.28
57.97
54.94
55.90
45.26
54.67
20.40
37.63
50.00
54.08
53.29
itt:tt
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/K6
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
BOS
4.03
4.45
4.00
3.97
4.02
3.82
3.49
4.43
3.62
3.87
3.16
3.45
4.07
3.93
3.96
4.33
4.13
3.97
4. IP
4.09
3.91
4.10
4.03
3.78
3.95
3.79
3.61
3.69
3.81
4.01
2.85
4.06
4.01
4.02
3.81
4.00
3.02
3.63
3.91
3.99
3.98
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.80
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.80
2.80
18.10
3.70
. 1.85
18.30
20.40
14.30
3.10
17.05
4.40
3.90
3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.60
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.60
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
                                                                                                                            •H:ซ

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                                                           DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1515
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1524
1529
1535
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
4i4'-DDE
4ป4'-DDe
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DOE
4.4'-DOE
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DOE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4t4'-DDE
4ป4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4.4--DDE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DDE
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1381
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1428
1433
1434
1435
1439
4ป4'-DOE
4t4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4>-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4>4'-DOE
4,4'-ODE
4,4'-DDE
4>4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4i4'-ODE
4.4--DOE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4 '-ODE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4.4--DOE
4,4'-DOE
                                          ANALYTE=4,4'-DDE STRATUM=2

                                          STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMD
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
16855
16860
16853

16854
16856
17086
17088
17087
17093
16803
16805
17066
17071
16801
17043
17049
36
                                           ANALYTE=4,4'-DOE 3TRATUM=3

                                           STRATUM   SAMPLE
                                                               16532
                                                               16533
                                                               16534
                                                               16817
                                                               16819
                                                               16816
                                                               16536
                                                               16886
                                                               16861
                                                               16862
                                                               16830
                                                               16851
                                                               16809
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                           3
                                                     3
                                                     3
          16843
          16844
          16841

          16826
          16829

          16878
          16869
          16800
          16806
          17016
          17047
LINT DETLIMIT
18.01
41.24
46.35
48.69
40 33.26
49.13
48.81
47.46
50.00
23.40
50.00
48.87
51.84
21.40
59.75
51.01
51.61
33.57
UNT DETLIMIT
22.73
35.46
18.92
18.73
36.76
22.79
51.14
52.33
63.04
54.19
56.56
60.51
64.29
113.07
47.70
31.41
68.75
120.18
20.93
54.00
46.99
50.77
166.00
18.98
64.80
25.73
61.68
: !f:H
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.59
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
ti&H
LNDL
2.89
3.72
3.84
3.89
3.50
3.89
3.89
3.86
3.91
3.15
3.91
3.89
3.95
3.06
4.09
3.93
3.94
3.51
LNDL
3.12
3.57
2.94
2.93
3.60
3.13
3.93
3.96
4.14
3.99
4.04
4.10
4.16
4.73
3.86
3.45
4.23
4.79
3.04
3.99
3.85
3.93
5.11
2.94
4.17
3.25
4.12
1:1?
SOLIDS
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70
SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
89.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.80
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.80
1.60
4.55
80.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
&60

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EPISODE
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1460
1466
1467
1489
1490
1492
1497
1498
1502
1504
1505
1507
> 1506
,L 1511
ฃ 1513
** 1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1546
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
4, 4 '-DOE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DOE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 41 -DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
ST
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDE STRATUM=3
                            SAMPLE

                            16746

                            16849

                            17031
                            17028

                            17144
                            17150
                            17044
                            17131
                            17023
                            17041
                            17027
                            17010
                            17015

                            17073
                            17078
                            17152
                            17154
                            17084
                            17139
                            17083
                            17002
                            17003
                            17005
                            17001

                            17090
                            17091
                            17089
                            16804
                            17070
                            17067
                            16883
                            16891
                            16892
                            17143
INT DETLIMIT
5.50
53.12
71.81
53.57
50.00
54.30
55.05
55.91
65.91
55.56
53.85
55.17
27.01
52.00
27.96
526.32
47.24
52.76
76.34
51.87
25.01
254.44
40.46
62.02
31.04
.34
54.07
28.72
47*47
54.97
53.40
22.14
51.46
37.32
58.40
.96
54.55
24.16
82.26
55.76
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.41
UG/KG
UG/KG
• UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 4.97
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
1.71
3.97
4.27
3.96
3.91
3.99
4.01
4.02
4.19
4.02
3.99
4.01
3.30
3.95
3.33
6.27
3.86
3.97
4.34
3.95
3.22
5.54
3.70
4.13
3.44
.
3.99
3.36
3.86
4.01
3.98
3.10
3.94
3.62
4.07
.
4.00
3.16
4.41
4.02
SOLIDS
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
41.60
1.29
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.80
22.60
45.10
16.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15

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EPISODE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1408
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
> 1464
ปi 1465
ฃ "66
01 1467
1468
1470
1478
1488
1491
1496
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4.4'-DDE
4i4'-ODE
4i4'-ODE
4,4'-OOE
4, 4 '-DDE
4i4*-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4(4'-DOE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4.4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DOE
4,4*-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DOE
4,4'-DDE
4,4*-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4.4--DDE
4,4'-DDE
4i4'-DDE
4, 4 '-DDE
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDE
ST
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF  CONCERN
                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDE STRATUM=4

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOI

                          .  16525
                            16526
                            16815
                            16835
                            16802
                            16842
                            16540
                            16744
                            16750
                            16742
                            16864
                            16867
                            16537
                            16538
                            16539
                            16798
                            16797
                            16871
                            16837
                            16747
                            16852
                            16876
                            16877
                            17026
                            17030
                            17151
                            16880
                            17060
                            17029
                            17011
                            17075
                            17074
                            17153
                            17042
                            17138
                            17004
                            17040
                            17007

                            17048

                            17035
UNT DETLIMIT
16.67
70.00
3.91
41.64
86.00
45.13
8.08
62.11
112.00
37.33
52.24
31.48
25.58
46.55
40.07
46.07
26.02
87.65
37.83
83.75
434.78
82.88
37.71
58.26
105.00
42.20
50.00
27.94
27.24
208.33
46.80
47.87
41.97
35.71
63.36
67.00
21.86
40.14
53.61
49.37
107.50
61.57
UNIT LNAKOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
2.81
4.25
1.36
3.73
4.45
3.81
2.09
4.13
4.72
3.62
3.96
3.45
3.24
3.84
3.69
3.83
3.26
4,47
3.63
4.43
6.07
4.42
3.63
4.06
4.65
3.74
3.91
3.33
3.30
5.34
3.85
3.87
3.74
3.58
4.15
4.20
3.08
3.69
3.98
3.90
4.68
4.12
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.80
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
' 1.50
10.70
52.80
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.80
0.80
0.23
19.10
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
0.48
2.50
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10

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EPISODE
1368
1391
1419
1436
1436
1436
1437
1436
1451
1452
1452
1469
1471
1471
1530
1530
1533
1534
1543
1543
1543
1550
1552
1553
1556
1559
EPISODE
1364
1365
1366
1369
1380
1390
1392
1393
1399
1400 '
1403
1410
1413
1413
1418
1421
1422
1423
1424
131*
ANALYTE
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4f4'-DOT
4i4ซ-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
ANALYTE
4,4'-DDT
4.4>-DOT
4i4'-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4f4'-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4i4'-DDT
4 4'-DOT
S
1
1
1























9
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2





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i
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR  THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=4,4*-DDT STRATUM=1
                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16821
                            16885
                            16739
                            17036
                            17145
                            17149
                            17033
                            17034
                            16887
                            16889
                            16890

                            17046
                            17052
                            17020
                            17038
                            17022
                            17081
                            17065
                            17130
                            17141
                            16884
                            16896
                  ANALYTE=4.4'-DDT STRATUM=

                  STRATUM   SAMPLE

                            16527
                            16528
                            16814
                            16818

                            16834

                            16529

                            16810
                            16811
                            16833
                            17025
                            17061
                            16743

                            16631
                            16832
                            16799
                            16868
AMOUNT
^
.
.
.
9
.
i
.
.
.
.
.
30.95
.
.
.
,
9
.
.
.
,
46.32
50.50
9

AMOUNT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
9
.
.
*
.
.
.
OETLIMIT
21.34
20.60
15.30
17.62
16.72
16.31
21.10
19.63
30.00
10.37
10.49
21.06
.
20.38
17.64
21.08
22.38
8.97
22.93
13.07
20.17
13.08
24.21
.
30.56
19.66
OETLIMIT
22.55
34.33
21.84
21.29
22.22
18.23
13.18
33.53
14.94
19.13
9.39
12.60
23.57
20.26
21.08
30.29
24.97
21.18
24.13
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.43
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.84
UG/KG 3.92
UG/KG
UG/KG
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNDL
3.06
3.03
2.73
2.67
2.82
2.79
3.05
2.98
3.40
2.34
2.35
3.05
.
3.01
2.87
3.05
3.11
2.19
3.13
2.57
3.00
2.57
3.19
.
3.42
2.98
LNDL
3.12
3.54
3.08
3.06
3.10
2.90
2.56
3.51
2.70
2.95
2.24
2.53
3.16
3.01
3.05
3.41
3.22
3.05
3.18
SOLIDS
11.90
21.60
44.00
36.20
39.90
40.90
16.30
19.10
l.lf
61.80
63.40
23.90
25.30
20.90
32.60
9.30
2.10
75.00
15.00
50.50
18.10
10.40
3.80
2.00
1.60
6.45
SOLIDS
19.20
3.00
25.00
17.60
30.55
32.20
21.55
5.10
4.15
2.30
71.70
30.60
2.60
18.10
3.70
1.85
16.30
20.40
14.30

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EPISODE
1443
1443
1447
1453
1454
1454
1456
1460
1463
1463
1481
1482
1484
1485
1485
1493
1495
1499
1500
1503
1510
> 1514
jL 1515
•0 1520
-1 1521
1522
1323
1324
1524
1529
1533
1538
1540
1544
1545
1554
1554
1558
1564
1564
ANALYTE
4.4'-DOT
4,4'-DOT
4i4ซ-DDT
4,4*-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4 .4 '-DDT
4,4' -DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4ป4'-DOT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4.4--DDT
4,4'-DOT
4 ,4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4, 4 '-DOT
4,4'-DOT
4, 4' -DDT
4i4'-DDT •
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DOT
4 .4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4ป4'-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
ST
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
t
2
2
2
2
t
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
                         DATA LISTING
NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                  ANALYTE=4,4'-DDT STRATUt1=2

                        HI   SAMPLE       AMOl

                            16023
                            16623

                            16883
                            16838
                            16839
                            17021
                            16879
                            16873
                            16874
                            17136

                            17024
                            17132
                            17133         64

                            17155  .
                            17019

                            17079
                            17072        120
                            17085

                            16855
                            16860
                            16853

                            16854
                            16856
                            17086
                            17088
                            17087
                            17093
                            16803
                            16805
                            17066
                            17071
                            16801
                            17043
                            17049
JNT OETLIMIT
24.09
22.56
17.50
20.86
17.62
14.80
16.00
18.04
22.11
6.92
23.18
21.96
22.33
18.10
.47
8.16
15.06
20.00
21.64
21.32
.85
44.55
7.21
16.50
18.54
19.49
13.52
19.66
19.53
19.00
20.00
9.36
20.00
19.56
20.73
8.56
23.91
20.40
20.63
13.43
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 4.17
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 4.79
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
3.18
3.12
2.86
3.04
2.87
2.69
2.77
2.89
3.10
1.93
3.14
3.09
3.11
2.90
.
2.10
2.71
3.00
3.07
3.06
.
3.80
1.97
2.80
2.92
2.97
2.60
2.98
2.97
2.94
3.00
2.24
3.00
2.97
3.03
2.15
3.17
3.02
3.03
2.60
SOLIDS
4.40
3.90
.3.60
18.60
38.30
20.00
2.00
33.20
3.80
63.60
14.80
19.90
21.00
4.64
15.20
82.80
44.30
4.90
20.05
31.90
10.60
11.00
94.30
41.10
19.20
17.50
50.00
26.30
23.60
13.00
2.80
70.50
24.40
20.30
20.60
77.90
27.90
14.90
25.50
48.70

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00
EPISODE
1367
1367
1367
1370
1361
1382
1384
1385
1395
1395
1396
1397
1402
1404
1405
1405
1406
1409
1411
1412
1416
1425
1426
1433
1434
1435
1439
1440
1448
1448
1449
1462
1472
1474
1475
1476
1479
1479
1480
1486
1487
1489
1490
1492
1497
1496
1502
1504
1505
1507
1506
lili
ANALYTE
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4, 4 • -DDT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4.4'-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4*-DOT
4, 4 '-DDT
4 .4 '-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4.4'-DDT
4ป4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4.4--DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4t4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4.4--DDT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4.4--DDT
4t4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4t4'-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4.4'-DDT
4.4--DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4j4'-DDt
S
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
















3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3





3
I
                        DATA LISTING
NSS3 POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 26 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                 ANALYTE=4,4'-DDT STRATUM'S
                 STRATUM   SAMPLE

                           16532
                           16533
                           16534
                           16817
                           16819
                           16816
                           16536
                           16886
                           16861
                           16862
                           16830
                           16851
                           16809

                           16843
                           16844
                           16841

                           16826
                           16829

                           16878
                           16869
                           16800
                           16806
                           17016
                           17047
                           17050
                           16745
                           16746

                           16849

                           17031
                           17028

                           17144
                           17150
                           17044
                           17131
                           17023
                           17041
                           17027
                           17010
                           17015

                           17073
                           17078
                           17152
                           17154
                           17084
                           mi
INT DETLIMIT
9.09
14.17
7.57
7.46
41
9.11
20.45
20.93
25.22
21.68
22.50
24.23
25.71
45.43
19.08
12.57
27.50
46.07
8.37
21.71
18.60
20.31
66.00
7.59
25:93
10.29
24.65
21.31
10.50
2.20
21.20
26.75
21.44
20.00
21.73
22.01
22.36
26.14
22.22
21.54
22.07
10.79
21.00
11.16
210.53
18.90
21.03
30.11
20.73
10.00
101.85

UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 3.38
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG

LNOL
2.21
2.65
2.02
2.01
.
2.21
3.02
3.04
3.23
3.06
3.11
3.19
3.25
3.82
2.95
2.53
3.31
3.87
2.12
3.06
2.93
3.01
4.19
2.03
3.26
2.33
3.20
3.06
2.35
0.79
3.05
3.36
3.07
3.00
3.06
3.09
3.11
3.26
3.10
3.07
3.09
2.38
3.04
2.41
5.35
2.94
3.05
3.40
3.03
2.30
4.62

SOLIDS
5.50
16.30
69.60
14.20
3.40
74.50
33.20
4.30
2.30
19.10
3.20
7.60
1.40
2.00
15.20
53.60
1.60
4.55
60.90
3.50
35.80
19.50
0.50
89.30
17.70
65.40
10.10
19.10
62.60
10.90
2.35
7.20
20.45
15.20
30.70
23.50
30.10
1.76
3.60
2.60
14.50
34.10
2.00
60.20
0.19
4.50
2.90
0.93
26.20
67.30
2.70
•*!:ซ

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EPISODE
1517
1518
1519
1525
1526
1537
1541
1542
1546
1547
1548
1560
1561
1561
1563
1566
ANALYTE
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4' -DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DOT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4ป4'-DOT
4. 4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4,4'-DOT
SI
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
._..__—._. 	 Ai
EPISODE   ANALYTE
1362
1363
1388
1389
1401
1407
1406
1414
1415
1417
1420
1427
1430
1431
1432
1441
1442
1445
1455
1459
1461
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1470
1478
1468
\m
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-OOT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4 '-DDT
4i4'-DDT
4, 4' -DDT
4.4'-DDT
4,4ซ-DDT
4ป4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4ป4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4, 4' -DDT
4i4'-DDT
4,4'-DOT
4,4'-DOT
4, 4 '-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4 4'-DOT
                                                          DATA LISTING
                                  NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 28 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                                                    ANALYTE=4,4'-DDT STRATUM'S

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOl

                                                             17002
                                                             17003
                                                             17005
                                                             17001

                                                             17090
                                                             17091
                                                             17089
                                                             16604
                                                             17070
                                                             17067
                                                             16883
                                                             16691
                                                             16692
                                                             17143
                                                    ANALYTE=4,4'-DOT STRATUM*

                                                    STRATUM   SAMPLE       AMOt
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
                                                    4
16525
16526
16815
16835
16802
16642
16540
16744
16750
16742
16864
16867
16537
16538
16539
16798
16797
16871
16837
16747
16652
16676
16877
17026
17030
17151
16680
17060
17029
ism
JNT DETLIMIT
12.
10.
21.
11.
16.
21.
21.
6.
20.
14.
23.
9.
21.
9.
32.
22.
42
32
61
49
97
97
40
65
58
92
37
51
82
66
63
65
JNT DETLIMIT
6.67
27.50
1.56
16.67
34.00
18.05
3.25
24.74
44.00
14.67
20.93
12.59
10.23
18.62
16.02
18.21
10.41
35.29
15.13
33.75
173.91
33
15
23
41
16
20
11
10
: tl
.14
.00
.48
.67
.89
.00
.18
.90
:i*
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
• UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
2.52
2.33
3.07
2.44
2.94
3.09
3.06
2.16
3.02
2.70
3.15
2.25
3.08
2.27
3.49
3.12
UNIT LNAMOUNT LNDL
UG/KG . 1.90
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
US/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
MS
3.31
0.45
2.61
3.53
2.89
1.18
3.21
3.78
2.69
3.04
2.53
2.33
2.92
2.77
2.90
2.34
3.56
2.72
3.52
5.16
3.50
2.71
3.16
3.73
2.63
3.00
2.41
2.39
: 2:*S
SOLIDS
53.70
65.60
11.80
59.20
27.75
17.30
5.00
76.60
22.60
45.10
18.10
71.40
2.20
68.30
2.65
1.15
SOLIDS
100.00
0.80
25.60
34.60
1.00
37.40
15.10
1.90
0.50
1.50
10.70
52.60
66.00
20.30
42.00
2.80
64.00
1.70
44.6.0
0.60
0.23
19. ip
4.80
2.30
1.20
39.50
1.20
3.40
62.40
I'M

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EPISODE
1501
1506
1509
1512
1516
1527
1532
1539
1549
1551
1555
ANALYTE
4t4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4,4'-DDT
4t4ซ-DOT
4, 4 '-DDT
4i4'-DOT
4f4'-DDT
4, 4 '-DOT
4i4'-DOT
4,4*-DDT
4,4'-DDT
3'
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                                                                DATA LISTING
                                       NSSS POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 20 POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN

                                                         ANALYTE=4,4'-DDT STRATUM=4
                                                         STRATUM   SAMPLE

                                                                   17074
                                                                   17153
                                                                   17042
                                                                   17138
                                                                   17004
                                                                   17040
                                                                   17007

                                                                   17048

                                                                   17035
INT DETLIMIT
19.15
16.80
14.29
25.31
27.00
42
16.06
21.63
19.68
43.33
24.71
UNIT LNAMOUNT
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG 2.74
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
UG/KG
LNOL
2.95
2.82
2.66
3.23
3.30
.
2.78
3.07
2.98
3.77
3.21
SOLIDS
9.40
37.50
47.60
14.30
1.00
72.70
41.90
1.07
6.30
0.60
5.10
Ul
o

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        ,   PART A2

LISTING OF THE DATA CONVENTIONS
          DATA BASE

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                  DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAL(DISPOSAL>
                              CONTENTS PROCEDURE

Data Set Name:  INSAS.DISPOSAL
Member Type:    DATA
Engine:         V606
.Created:        10:19 Monday, July 20, 1992
Last Modified:  10:19 Monday, July 20, 1992
Data Set Type:
Label:
               Observations:         634
               Variables:            10
               Indexes:              0
               Observation Length:   114
               Deleted Observations: 0
               Compressed:           NO
                     -Engine/Host Dependent Information-
          Data  Set Page Size:       23040
          Number  of Data Set Pages: 4
          First Data Page:
           Max Obs  per Page:
           Obs in First Data Page:
           Physical  Name:
           Release  Created:
           Release  Last Modified:
           Created  by:
           Last  Modified by:
           Subextents:
           Total Blocks Used:
1
182
170
DGPA011.SLU2090.SHY2092.DISPOSAL
6.06
6.06
SHY200
SHY200
3
4
             	Alphabetic  List of Variables and Attributes-

             Variable    Type   Len    Pos    Label
9
4
6
5
10
7
2
3
8
1
DES_FLOU
DISP1
DISP2
DISP1_UT
DISP2_UT
EPISODE
MAJ_DISP
MAJ_WT
REP_FLOU
SURVEYID
Char
Char
Char
Num
Nun
Char
Char
Num
Num
Char
9
20
20
8
8
4
20
8
8
9
97
37
65
57
106
85
9
29
89
0
Design Flow Stratum
Disposal Practice
Disposal End Use
Disposal Dry Weight
End Use Dry Weight
Episode
Major Disposal Practice
Major Disposal Dry Weight
Reported Flow Stratum
Survey ID
                                    A-151

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                                         DGPA011.SLU2090.SHY2092.DISPOSAL(DISPOSAL)
SURVEYID  EPISODE REP_FLOW OES_FLOW MAJ_DISP
MAJ WT  DISP1
11-15-096 1451
11-15-096 1451
11-15-096 1451
11-15-096 1451
11-15-098
11-15-098
12-06-027
12-06-027
12-06-027
12-06-027
12-06-027
12-08-044 1543
12-08-044 1543
12-08-044 1543
12-08-044 1543
12-21-180
12-21-180
12-21-180
12-21-180
12-21-180
12-21-180
12-39-369 1437
12-39-369 1437
12-39-369 1437
12-39-369 1437
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-370 1436
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-39-371 1438
12-49-455 0
12-50-467
12-50-467
12-50-467
12-50-467
13-05-016 1559
13-23-212 1391
13-23-212 1391
13-24-221 1368
13-24-221 1368
13-25-233
13-36-317 1419
13-36-317 1419
13-36-319 1469
13-36-319 1469
13-39-351 1471
13-39-351 1471
1
1
1
1






1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
. 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOT REGULATED



NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION




LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION





LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION






LAND APPLICATION






INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
LAND APPLICATION



SURFACE DISPOSAL
INCINERATION

INCINERATION

INCINERATION
INCINERATION

INCINERATION

INCINERATION

32825.25 LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
.
.
126130.14 LAND APPLICATION
. NOT REGULATED
27334.24 LAND APPLICATION
•
•
.
.
92323.44 LAND APPLICATION
.
t
•
34004.35 LAND APPLICATION
•
.
.
•
•
15200.00 LAND APPLICATION
. NOT REGULATED
. UNKNOWN
•
5900.00 LAND APPLICATION
. NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
.
.
•
•
13700.00 LAND APPLICATION
. NOT REGULATED
. UNKNOWN
.
•
•
.
. INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
54366.56 LAND APPLICATION
*
•
m
9635.20 SURFACE DISPOSAL
147840.00 INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
66000.00 INCINERATION
. LAND APPLICATION
25384.28 INCINERATION
7664.40 INCINERATION
. SURFACE DISPOSAL
29366.56 INCINERATION
. NOT REGULATED
24196.75 INCINERATION
. NOT REGULATED
  DISP1_UT DISP2                DISP2_UT

   4425.88 LA:  AGRI               1844.12
  32825.25 LA:  PUBLIC            1475.29
           LA:  RECLAIMED          1106.47
           NOT  REGULATED         32825.25
   2556.76 LA:  PUBLIC            2556.76
 126130.14 NOT  REGULATED        126130.14
  27334.24 LA:  AGRI              22379.62
           LA:  COMPOST            2048.44
           LA:  FORESTS            2486.62
       .    LA:  PUBLIC            246.80
       .    LA:  SALE               172.76
  92323.44 LA:  AGRI              76540.95
       .    LA:  PUBLIC            4439.54
           LA:  RECLAIMED          8504.55
           LA:  SALE               2838.40
  34004.35 LA:  AGRI               467.06
       .    LA:  COMPOST            1027.53
       .    LA:  PUBLIC            5231.08
       .    LA:  RECLAIMED         24663.13
           LA:  SALE                93.41
       .    LA:  UNDEFINED          2522.13
  15200.00 LA:  AGRI               6536.00
  4800.00 LA:  RECLAIMED          8664.00
     0.00 NOT  REGULATED         4800.00
       .   UNK: OTHER               0.00
  5900.00 LA:  AGRI               1392.00
   800.00 LA:  COMPOST            2880.00
     0.00 LA:  PUBLIC             899.00
       .   LA:  RECLAIMED          609.00
       .   LA:  SALE               120.00
          NOT  REGULATED          800.00
       .   UNK: OTHER               0.00
  13700.00 LA: AGRI              3216.00
  1900.00 LA:  COMPOST           6720.00
     0.00 LA: PUBLIC            2077.00
          LA: RECLAIMED         1407.00
      .   LA: SALE               280.00
      .   NOT REGULATED         1900.00
      .   UNK: OTHER               0.00
          INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
 54366.56 LA: AGRI              4349.32
      .   LA: PUBLIC           24464.95
      .   LA: SALE             24464.95
      .   LA: UNDEFINED         1087.33
  9635.20 SD: DEDICATED         9635.20
147840.00 INCINERATION        147840.00
 13090.00 NOT REGULATED        13090.00
 66000.00 INCINERATION         66000.00
    99.00 LA: AGRI               99.00
 25384.28 INCINERATION         25384.28
  7664.40 INCINERATION          7664.40
   506.60 SD: MONOFILL           506.60
 29366.56 INCINERATION         29366.56
    63.12 NOT REGULATED          63.12
 24196.75 INCINERATION         24196.75
 15120.00 NOT REGULATED        15120.00
                                                          A-15 2

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAUDISPOSAL)
SURVEYID
EPISODE   REP_FLOW   DES_FLOW   MAJ_DISP
                                                                MAJ  UT   DISP1
                                                                                            DISP1  UT   DISP2
                                                                                                                       DISP2
15-05-024
15-15-097
15-15-097
15-15-097
15-15-097
15-36-313
15-36-313
15-45-401
15-45-407
15-45-407
15-45-430
15-45-431
16-32-263
16-35-280
16-35-296
16-35-300
21-10-056
21-15-099
21-15-110
21-16-116
21-16-116
21-16-126
21-16-126
21-16-129
21-23-203
21-23-204
21-25-234
21-39-363
21-39-363
21-39-363
21-39-363
21-43-394
21-46-435
21-50-468
22-05-010
22-05-010
22-05-017
22-05-017
22-05-017
22-05-017
22-05-020
22-05-020
22-17-135
22-17-135
22-17-135
22-17-135
22-22-187
22-22-187
22-38-349
22-38-349
22-38-349
22-38-349
22-38-349
22-39-362
22-39-362
22-39-362

1452
1452
1452
1452


1530


1533
1534
1550
1552
1553
1556
1510
1454

1463
1463


1460

1399
0




1380










1493
1493
1493
1493


1564
1564
1564
1564
1564



1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
. 1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED



INCINERATION

NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL

SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED



NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION



NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION



NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION




LAND APPLICATION


0.00
231008.36
•
•
•
31647.00
•
21.90
30929.50
.
583.30
28263.00
116100.00
10193.76
19434.63
10473.00
2327.52
3674.60
615.50
1977.84
•
6318.00
*
606.36
2328.30
862.95
2265.99
2529.85
•
•
•
2886.24
.
1396.08
10581.84
.
3905.10
.
.
.
8013.00
•
3240.00
.
•
•
2604.56
.
7914.91
.
.
.
.
3740.77
.
.
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED


INCINERATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL

SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED


NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED



INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION

0.00
31147.19
231008.36
.
.
31647.00
2093.00
21.90
30929.50
.
583.30
28263.00
116100.00
10193.76
19434.63
10473.00
2327.52
3674.60
615.50
1610.64
1977.84
6318.00
3719.03
606.36
2328.30
862.95
2265.99
416.67
2529.85
•
•
2886.24
•
1396.08
3897.00
10581.84
3905.10
945.00
0.00
.
6214.00
8013.00
3240.00
.
•
.
845.32
2604.56
7914.91
13.14
.
•
.
92.03
3740.77
•
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: RECLAIMED
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
SD: HONOFILL
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
SD: OTHER
SD: DEDICATED
LA: PUBLIC
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
LA: UNDEFINED
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
SD: OTHER
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
SD: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: RECLAIMED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
NOT REGULATED
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
                                                             A-153

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.0ISPOSAL(DISPOSAL)
SURVEYID
EPISOOE   REP FLOW   DES FLOW
                                                MAJ  DISP
                                                                 HAJ UT
22-39-362
22-45-410
22-45-410
22-45-417
22-45-417
22-45-417
22-47-444
22-47-444
23-05-011
23-05-022
23-07-036
23-07-040
23-10-051
23-11-072
23-11-072
23-11-076
23-13-088
23-19-150
23-19-151
23-20-157
23-20-161
23-20-172
23-20-177
23-21-181
23-23-200
23-23-209
23-23-209
23-23-210
23-23-210
23-23-214
23-24-216
23-24-225
23-28-244
23-32-272
23-35-279
23-35-287
23-36-314
23-36-333
23-39-377
23-40-382
23-40-382
23-42-386
23-47-443
23-47-447
23-49-453
23-50-459
24-15-104
24-15-105
24-20-156
24-20-169
24-22-185
24-22-185
24-40-381
24-45-406
24-46-437
24-46-438

1540
1540
1515
1515
1515
1481
1481
1522
1521
1554
1426
1364
1503
1503
1500



1423
1422
1424

1366

1392
1392
1390
1390
1410

1369
1484


1544
1418






1482




1421



1429



2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

SURFACE DISPOSAL

LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION

INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED

INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION

INCINERATION

INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION

INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION

SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
B
5196.00
m
1971.84
*
•
2200.00
m
12950.16
2213.20
4400.35
5838.80
4559.94
8417.48
•
179.76
6720.90
9187.20
1281.00
4288.24
1699.60
2000.00
9711.00
12676.32
5338.00
1685.04
•
4845.00
*
12865.60
8100.00
12999.90
2499.90
3506.25
3807.60
4381.44
5175.00
6081.80
5825.70
2485.34
•
388.40
4307.00
7300.00
3045.00
8700.80
2500.90
176.00
1190.00
5000.10
1700.85
•
9412.05
35521.84
3743.81
49.28
                                                                              DISP1
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         LAND APPLICATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED

                                                                         LAND APPLICATION

                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         LAND APPLICATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         NOT REGULATED
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         INCINERATION
                                                                         LAND APPLICATION
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                         LAND APPLICATION
                                                                                 DISP1  UT    DISP2
                                                                                                                       DISP2 UT
.
1330.00
5196.00
1971.84
1273.66
.
2200.00
•
12950.16
2213.20
4400.35
5838.80
4559.94
20.62
8417.48
179.76
6720.90
9187.20
1281.00
4288.24
1699.60
2000.00
9711.00
12676.32
5338.00
330.48
1685.04
4845.00
939.08
12865.60
8100.00
12999.90
2499.90
3506.25
3807.60
4381.44
5175.00
6081.80
5825.70
2485.34
78.00
388.40
4307.00
7300.00
3045.00
8700.80
2500.90
176.00
1190.00
5000.10
1700.85
1596.30
9412.05
35521.84
3743.81
49.28
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
SD: MONOFILL
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
NOT REGULATED
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LA: AGRI
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
INCINERATION
LA: AGRI
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
LA: AGRI
411.48
1330.00
5196.00
1465.92
505.92
1273.66
1518.00
682.00
12950.16
2213.20
4400.35
5838.80
4559.94
20.62
8417.48
179.76
6720.90
9187.20
1281.00
4288.24
1699.60
2000.00
9711.00
12676.32
5338.00
330.48
1685.04
4845.00
939.08
12865.60
8100.00
12999.90
2499.90
3506.25
3807.60
4381.44
5175.00
6081.80
5825.70
2485.34
78.00
388.40
4307.00
7300.00
3045.00
8700.80
2500.90
176.00
1190.00
5000.10
1700.85
1596.30
9412.05
35521.84
3743.81
5.52
                                                           A-154

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                                            DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAUDISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE  REP_FLOW  DES_FLOW  MAJ_DISP
24-46-438
24-46-438
24-46-438
25-04-009
25-05-013
25-05-013
25-05-013
25-05-014
25-05-023
25-05-025
25-05-026
25-06-029
25-10-060
25-16-119
25-16-128
25-16-128
25-18-142
25-19-146
25-23-201
25-25-226
25-25-232
25-27-239
25-32-264
25-35-297
25-36-334
25-36-334
25-38-345
25-42-385
25-42-385
25-44-399
25-44-399
25-44-400
25-45-418
25-45-418
25-45-427
25-45-432
25-46-436
25-47-440
25-47-440
25-47-442
25-49-454
25-49-454
25-49-454
25-49-454
25-49-454
25-50-472
25-50-472
26-32-260
26-32-266
26-32-267
26-32-273
26-35-286
26-35-288
26-35-290
26-35-301
26-35-302
1538
1520
1524
1523
1400
1514
1453
1456
1456
1393
1443
1447
1545
1413
1413
0
1495
1495
1499
1529
1535
1403
1485
1485

1558
1558
1558
1558
1558
1386
1386
1365
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
NOT REGULATED

LAND APPLICATION

SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED

NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED

UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
MAJ_WT
•
.
•
•
20922.00
•
•
4688.00
1380.00
4691.94
8080.32
14235.27
8406.72
5917.00
2710.76
•
24191.04
2061.18
5901.90
4566.15
6538.20
1128.96
1726.76
2869.02
1163.00
•
30.00
2574.80
•
11778.48
.
26216.10
13346.10
•
0.00
41.43
2800.00
4890.48
•
5422.00
8301.60
. •
.
.
*
13000.00
ซ.
12637.26
39872.44
3882.24
9231.21
12566.00
8542.20
8088.18
19613.00
6338.70
DISP1
UNKNOWN


NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED

NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

INELIG/OUT OF BUS IN
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION




LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
DISP1_WT
0.00
•
•
.
5236.00
20922.00
.
4688.00
1380.00
4691.94
8080.32
14235.27
8406.72
5917.00
2710.76
•
24191.04
2061.18
5901.90
4566.15
6538.20
1128.96
1726.76
2869.02
1163.00
•
30.00
974.30
2574.80
11778.48
2081.10
26216.10
13346.10
•
0.00
41.43
2800.00
931.52
4890.48
5422.00
8301.60
,
•
,
.
2940.00
13000.00
12637.26
39872.44
3882.24
9231.21
12566.00
8542.20
8088.18
19613.00
6338.70
DISP2
LA: RECLAIMED
LA: SALE
UNK: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: COMPOST
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
SD: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: RECLAIMED
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
UNK: OTHER
SD: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: FORESTS
LA: PUBLIC
LA: RECLAIMED
LA: SALE
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
                                                                                                                           DISP2
                                                              A-155

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                                         DGPAbl1.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAL(DISP6SAL)
                                                '  1                     - '
SURVEYID    EPISODE   REP_FLOW   DES_FLOU   MAJ_DISP            MAJ WT   DISP1
DISP1 WT   DISP2
                                                                                                                     DISP2 UT
26-35-305
26-35-309
31-02-004
31-06-033
31-10-047
31-11-080
31-14-090
31-15-101
31-15-108
31-15-111
31-15-111
31-15-111
31-16-115
31-16-117
31-16-117
31-16-127
31-18-140
31-18-143
31-19-148
31-19-148
31-23-206
31-24-219
31-24-224
31-28-245
31-36-328
31-39-356
31-39-356
31-39-358
31-42-391
31-45-402
31-45-404
31-45-419
31-45-429
31-47-441
31-52-479
32-06-031
32-06-031
32-06-031
32-07-037
32-09-045
32-09-045
32-10-052
32-10-054
32-10-055
32-10-059
32-10-059
32-13-087
32-16-121
32-16-121
32-16-121
32-16-122
32-16-122
32-20-158
32-20-158
32-21-184
32-22-188


1498
1402
1508
1505
1404
1455
1449
1448
1448
1448

1462
1462
1395
1477
1476
1435
1435
1398
1382
1370
1486
1411
1440
1440


1542
1517
1519
1525
1367






















2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION

SURFACE DISPOSAL

LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
8005.30
15936.60
1388.30
248.78
900.00
615.00
830.66
100.82
499.75
2047.73
.
.
2.30
618.50
.
302.56
285.80
883.74
74.71
.
11128.80
296.82
500.00
991.66
68.76
1398.60
•
185.34
1674.90
0.00
11.85
1928.40
1211.00
•
0.00
61.48
•
.
330.00
57.20
.
474.20
223.50
744.00
1100.00
•
459.42
454.90
.
.
297.48
.
155.16
.
666.10
31.29
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
8005.30
15936.60
1388.30
248.78
900.00
615.00
830.66
100.82
499.75
2047.73
.
•
2.30
618.50
*
302.56
285.80
883.74
74.71
1.52
11128.80
296.82
500.00
991.66
68.76
1398.60
63.00
185.34
1674.90
0.00
11.85
1928.40
1211.00
•
0.00
61.48
*
.
330.00
57.20
.
474.20
223.50
744.00
1100.00
,
459.42
454.90
.
•
297.48
0.00
155.16
0.00
666.10
31.29
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: UNDEFINED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: UNDEFINED
SD: DEDICATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
UNK: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: UNDEFINED
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
SD: MONOFILL
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
8005.30
15936.60
1388.30
248.78
900.00
615.00
830.66
100.82
499.75
1837.72
35.00
175.01
2.30
556.65
61.85
302.56
285.80
883.74
74.71
1.52
11128.80
296.82
500.00
991.66
68.76
1398.60
63.00
185.34
1674.90
0.00
11.85
1928.40
1211.00
•
0.00
7.48
8.10
45.90
330.00
51.48
5.72
474.20
223.50
744.00
990.00
110.00
459.42
195.61
36.39
222.90
297.48
0.00
155.16
0.00
666.10
18.77
                                                          A-156

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                                         DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAL(DISPOSAL)
SURVEYID
EPISODE   REP_FLOU  DES_FLOW   MAJ_DISP
                                                               MAJ UT   DISP1
                                                                               DISP1 UT   DISP2
32-22-188
32-22-188
32-22-189
32-22-189
32-22-189
32-22-189
32-30-249
32-30-251
32-31-255
32-31-256
32-31-256
32-32-268
32-35-281
32-35-281
32-39-376
32-39-376
32-39-376
32-39-376
32-47-445
32-47-445
32-47-446
32-47-446
32-47-446
32-47-446
32-47-448
32-47-448
32-47-448
33-07-035
33-07-041
33-13-084
33-17-133
33-17-134
33-23-211
33-23-211
33-23-213
33-25-228
33-32-270
33-34-276
33-35-282
33-35-283
33-35-291
33-35-294
33-35-298
33-35-303
33-35-308
33-36-320
33-36-325
33-39-353 '
33-39-364
33-39-367
33-39-368
33-44-395
33-44-396
33-50-471
34-20-159
34-20-160


1405
1405
1405
1405





1547

















1384

















1472








4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
.3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL

LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION

INCINERATION



LAND APPLICATION


INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION

INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
UNKNOWN
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
.
.
593.80
.
ป
•
7A3.75
1A8.72
816.00
13580.50
.
1185.84
288.5A
•
1847.20
•
•
•
3720.00
•
2455.04
•
.
•
1067.04
•
•
141.40
1184.56
3070.80
980.10
1225.08
1314.80
•
1103.98
2989.80
2555.00
781 .00
4175.20
758.08
900.60
783.15
570.00
1122.00
21.20
1972.00
463.68
860.48
235.62
3750.00
2185.92
986.16
486.00
792.30
702.00
3696.00


LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED


LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION



LAND APPLICATION

INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION


INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
UNKNOWN
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
.
.
593.80
23.60
.
.
743.75
148.72
816.00
13580.50
•
1185.84
145.26
288.54
1847.20
•
•
•
3720.00
.
2455.04
84.96
.
.
1067.04
.
.
141.40
1184.56
3070.80
980.10
1225.08
1314.80
3.80
1103.98
2989.80
2555.00
781.00
4175.20
758.08
900.60
783.15
570.00
1122.00
21.20
1972.00
463.68
860.48
235.62
3750.00
2185.92
986.16
486.00
792.30
702.00
3696.00
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: COMPOST
LA: SALE
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
LA: FORESTS
LA: PUBLIC
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
INCINERATION
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: UNDEFINED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
UNK: OCEAN
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
SD: MONOFILL
                                                           A-157

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SHY2092.0ISPOSAL(DISPOSAL)

SURVEYID    EPISODE   REP_FLOU   DES_FLOW   HAJ_DISP            MAJ_UT   DISP1
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION

                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL

                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        INCINERATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        INCINERATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        INCINERATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        UNKNOWN
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        LAND APPLICATION
                                                                        NOT REGULATED
                                           NOT REGULATED       390.00    NOT REGULATED
DISP1 UT   DISP2
                           DISP2 UT
34-20-162
34-20-163
34-20-166
34-20-167
34-20-174
34-20-176
34-22-193
34-22-196
34-31-257
34-31-257
34-31-258
34-31-258
34-31-259
34-40-383
35-01-001
35-03-006
35-05-012
35-05-012
35-05-012
35-05-012
35-05-015
35-05-018
35-05-021
35-07-034
35-07-038
35-07-039
35-07-043
35-10-048
35-10-050
35-10-053
35-10-053
35-10-057
35-11-061
35-11-063
35-11-070
35-11-075
35-11-078
35-11-081
35-18-144
35-19-147
35-19-149
35-19-149
35-20-164
35-22-186
35-23-197
35-23-198
35-23-199
35-23-207
35-23-207
35-26-235
35-26-236
35-27-238
35-28-240
35-28-242
35-28-242
35-28-243
















1561
1561
1561
1561


1560
1425
1428



1513


1511
1502



1504
1507


1526
1526
1409
1406
-1397
1385



1497



1490
1490

3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
1175.00
387.90
48.00
1679.60
1795.00
433.30
2907.70
727.00
261.12
537.30
•
263.00
502.04
395.84
540.00
782.00
•
1830.00
170.00
447.00
800.02
187.92
182.00
43.00
1090.40
744.00
398.24
•
100.00
40.00
287.10
236.13
355.32
912.00
94.30
40.40
122.00
305.00
573.08
39.36
146.56
414.19
98.01
269.76
•
29.64
117.00
0.00
636.69
1308.06
1175.00
387.90
48.00
1679.60
1795.00
433.30
2907.70
727.00
261.12
•
537.30
409.60
263.00
502.04
395.84
540.00
154.80
95.20
782.00
.
1830.00
170.00
447.00
800.02
187.92
182.00
43.00
1090.40
744.00
398.24
70.88
100.00
40.00
287.10
236.13
355.32
912.00
94.30
40.40
122.00
305.00
54.00
573.08
39.36
146.56
414.19
98.01
269.76
184.11
29.64
117.00
0.00
636.69
1308.06
24.68
390.00
NOT REGULATED
SD: HONOFILL
SO: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
NOT REGULATED
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
SD: OTHER
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
1175.00
387.90
48.00
1679.60
1795.00
433.30
2907.70
727.00
195.84
65.28
537.30
409.60
263.00
502.04
395.84
540.00
140.52
14.28
95.20
782.00
1830.00
170.00
447.00
800.02
187.92
182.00
43.00
1090.40
744.00
398.24
70.88
100.00
40.00
287.10
236.13
355.32
912.00
94.30
40.40
122.00
305.00
54.00
573.08
39.36
146.56
414.19
98.01
269.76
184.11
29.64
117.00
0.00
636.69
1308.06
24.68
390.00
                                                          A-158

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSAUDISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE  REP_FLOW  DES_FLOW  MAJ_DISP
                                                            HAJ WT  DISP1
                                                                                        DISP1 WT  DISP2
35-32-261
35-32-265
35-32-271
35-33-275
35-35-277
35-35-285
35-35-306
35-35-307
35-36-310
35-36-311
35-36-315
35-36-318
35-36-322
35-37-341
35-38-343
35-38-343
35-38-343
35-38-343
35-38-343
35-38-347
35-38-348
35-39-352
35-39-365
35-41-384
35-42-388
35-42-389
35-43-393
35-43-393
35-44-397
35-45-405
35-45-420
35-45-421
35-45-426
35-45-434
35-50-466
35-51-475
35-51-475
35-51-476
35-51-477
36-35-289
36-35-292
36-35-293
41-06-028
41-06-030
41-11-065
41-11-067
41-11-068
41-11-069
41-11-074
41-13-085
41-14-091
41-15-094
41-15-095
41-15-100
41-15-102
41-15-102
1439

1548
1541

1434
1546

1396

1416
1412
1480
1492
1563
1563
1563
1563
1563
1566
1565

1433

1489
1487
1381
1381




1518
1537

1475
1475
1479
1474



1401

1509







1459



3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION




LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
INELIG/OUT OF BUS IN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

159.00
335.80
1030.94
298.30
521.25
689.20
621.00
61.02
406.39
226.80
765.45
2702.00
.
10.56
936.00
,
•
.
•
12.96
169.06
165.00
205.00
85.40
158.80
756.00
122.88
•
540.00
54.00
163.02
83.80
239.90
455.10
126.00
54.00
.
55.74
1304.80
94.34
415.88
267.50
1.60
2.00
5.60
,
6.65
81.70
52.80
1.80
40.00
11.70
8.77
25.68
16.02
•
LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED



LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN .
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
159.00
335.80
1030.94
298.30
521.25
689.20
621.00
61.02
406.39
226.80
765.45
2702.00
•
10.56
936.00
2.00
*
.
•
12.96
169.06
165.00
205.00
85.40
158.80
756.00
122.88
0.00
540.00
54.00
163.02
83.80
239.90
455.10
126.00
54.00
36.00
55.74
1304.80
94.34
415.88
267.50
1.60
2.00
5.60
•
6.65
81.70
52.80
1.80
40.00
11.70
8.77
25.68
16.02
0.00
LA: AGRI
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
SD: DEDICATED
INCINERATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
SD: HONOFILL
LA: UNDEFINED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
SD: HONOFILL
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
SD: MONOFILL
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
UNK: OCEAN
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
SD: HONOFILL
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
                                                            A-159

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SHY2092.DISPOSAL(DISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE  REP_FLOU  DES_FLOU  MAJ_DISP
MAJ UT  DISP1
                            DISP1_WT  DISP2
                                                                                                                       DISP2 UT
41-15-102
41-15-103 1389
41-15-106
41-15-107
41-15-107
41-15-109
41-15-113
41-16-118
41-16-123
41-17-132
41-17-136
41-18-137
41-18-139
41-18-145
41-19-152
41-19-153
41-21-183
41-23-202
41-23-205
41-24-215 0
41-24-223
41-25-230 1445
41-30-250
41-30-252 1441
: -41 -30-254
41-36-312 . 0
.-41-36-316 1415
41-36-323
41-36-324
41-36-327 1466
41-36-330 1414
41-36-331
41-36-337
41-37-338
41-38-344
41-38-346
41-39-350
41-39-354
41-39-355
41-39-357
41-39-361
41-39-374
41-39-375
41-45-411
41-45-413
41-45-416 1527
41-45-424
41-45-425
41-45-428
41-45-433
41-47-439 1363
41-48-449
41-48-450
41-49-456
41-50-458
41-50-460
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
l>
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1 .
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
INELIG/OUT OF BUS IN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
•
210.040
77.448
126.990
.
0.000
9.030
0.000
18.720
459.080
.
36.680
337.200
1.400
48.270
61.500
22.950
1.600
0.000
0.000
351.000
26.600
0.000
21.040
3.240
25.001
13.900
5.000
0.000
81.000
16.440
2.000
75.000
0.000
11.300
20.600
0.060
48.000
85.320
147.000
7.000
0.000
•
104.320
700.000
2.000
0.000
1.000
31.850
10.273
18.000
37.100
90.050
9.780
28.470
.

LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
INELIG/OUT OF BUS IN
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
m
210.040
77.448
126.990
•
0.000
9.030
0.000
18.720
459.080
•
36.680
337.200
1.400
48.270
61.500
22.950
1.600
0.000
0.000
351.000
26.600
0.000
21.040
3.240
25.001
13.900
5.000
0.000
81.000
16.440
2.000
75.000
0.000
11.300
20.600
0.060
48.000
85.320
147.000
7.000
0.000
.
104.320
700.000
2.000
0.000
1.000
31.850
10.273
18.000
37.100
90.050
9.780
28.470
.
UNK: OTHER
LA: PUBLIC
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: RECLAIMED
UNK: OTHER
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: UNDEFINED
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
SD: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: FORESTS
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: RECLAIMED
UNK: OTHER
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: AGRI
SD: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
UNK: TRANSFER
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
SD: DEDICATED
LA: AGRI
LA: UNDEFINED
0.000
210.040
77.448
78.734
48.256
0.000
9.030
0.000
18.720
459.080

36.680
337.200
1.400
48.270
61.500
22.950
1.600
0.000
0.000
351.000
26.600
0.000
21.040
3.240
25.001
13.900
5.000
0.000
81.000
16.440
2.000
75.000
0.000
11.300
20.600
0.060
48.000
85.320
147.000
7.000
0.000
•
104.320
700.000
2.000
0.000
1.000
31.850
10.273
18.000
37.100
90.050
9.780
28.470
m
                                                           A-160

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                                         DGPA011.SLU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSALCDISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE  REP_FLOW  DES_FLOU
41-50-462
41-50-462
41-50-464
41-50-465
41-50-470 1388
41-50-473
41-51-478
42-09-046
42-11-066
42-11-066
42-11-066
42-12-082
42-20-165
42-21-182
42-21-182
42-22-190
42-22-190
42-22-190
42-22-190
42-22-192
42-22-192
42-22-192
42-22-195
42-32-262
42-32-262
42-32-262
42-35-278
42-35-284
42-40-379
42-45-412
42-50-461
43-35-304
44-04-007
44-20-155
44-20-170
44-20-171
44-20-173
44-20-175
44-20-178
44-20-179
44-22-191
44-22-191
44-22-194
44-40-378
44-40-380
45-01-002
45-01-003
45-02-005 0
45-04-008 1539
45-05-019 1362
45-06-032
45-07-042 1427
45-10-049
45-10-058 1512
45-11-062 1506
45-11-064 0
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
4
4
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
HAJ_DISP
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED



LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
HAJ_WT
238.40
•
0.00
A3. 10
207.14
90.47
0.00
31.30
958.10
.
•
9.20
755.92
354.57
•
151.24
•
•
.
177.80
•
•
107.60
421.80
•
•
573.90
325.00
54.00
36.10
120.26
5634.30
30.24
189.99
380.70
4.25
107.00
92.20
19.00
204.00
89.54
•
0.00
49.28
30.00
0.00
.
0.00
346.75
0.00
0.00
53.55
140.04
60.00
3.34
0.00
DISP1
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED


LAND APPLICATION


LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
INCINERATION
LAND APPLICATION
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
DISP1_WT
238.40
.
0.00
43.10
207.14
90.47
0.00
31.30
958.10
.
•
9.20
755.92
354.57
33.03
23.64
151.24
.
.
177.80
•
.
107.60
62.40
421.80
•
573.90
325.00
54.00
36.10
120.26
5634.30
30.24
189.99
380.70
4.25
107.00
92.20
19.00
204.00
89.54
43.66
0.00
49.28
30.00
0.00
.
0.00
346.75
0.00
0.00
53.55
140.04
60.00
3.34
0.00
DISP2
LA: AGRI
LA: UNDEFINED
UNK: OTHER
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
UNK: OTHER
LA: PUBLIC
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: PUBLIC
NOT REGULATED
LA: AGRI
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
LA: SALE
LA: AGRI
INCINERATION
LA: COMPOST
LA: PUBLIC
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
LA: RECLAIMED
LA: AGRI
LA: AGRI
INCINERATION
LA: AGRI
SD: HONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: MONOFILL
SD: OTHER
SD: MONOFILL
LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
UNK: OTHER
LA: COMPOST
UNK: OTHER
UNK: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
LA: UNDEFINED
LA: UNDEFINED
NOT REGULATED
UNK: OTHER
                                                            A-161

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                                           DGPA011.SIU2090.SMY2092.DISPOSALCDISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE  REP_FLOW  DES_FLOU  MAJ_DISP
MAJ UT  DISP1
                                                                                           DISP1_WT   DISP2
                                                            DISP2_WT
45-11-071
45-11-073
45-11-077
45-11-079
45-13-083
45-13-086
45-13-089
45-13-089
45-14-092
45-14-093
45-15-112
45-15-114
45-16-120
45-16-124
45-16-124
45-16-125
45-16-130
45-17-131
45-18-138
45-18-141
45-19-154
45-20-168
45-23-208
45-24-217
45-24-218
45-24-220
45-24-222
45-25-227
45-25-229
45-25-231
45-26-237
45-28-241
45-28-246
45-29-247
45-29-248
45-30-253
45-32-269
45-32-274
45-35-299
45-36-321
45-36-326
45-36-329
45-36-332
45-36-335
45-36-336
45-37-339
45-37-340
45-38-342
45-39-359
45-39-359
45-39-360
45-39-366
45-39-366
45-39-366
45-39-372
45-39-373


1501

0

0
0
0

0

1461
1464
1464
1465
0
0

1478
0
1420
0


0

1442
0
0
0

0

0
0
1551
1549
1555

1470
1468

1467
1417
0
1491

1432
1432
1431
1430
1430
1430


4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL

UNKNOWN
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
NOT REGULATED
INCINERATION
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION
NOT REGULATED
SURFACE DISPOSAL
LAND APPLICATION
LAND APPLICATION

UNKNOWN
LAND APPLICATION


NOT REGULATED
UNKNOWN
0.000
0.000
13.000

0.000
0.000
0.005

0.000
•
0.000
168.000
0.587
0.620


0.000
0.000
34.100
23.000
0.000
250.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
189.150

0.000
0.000
12.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

20.400
0.120
0.000
171.200
8.500
0.900
5.000
108.000

140.620
67.060
3.625

0.000
1.980


.
0.000 I
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      NOT REGULATED
                                                                      NOT REGULATED
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
                                                                      UNKNOWN
                                                                      LAND APPLICATION
                                                                      LAND APPLICATION
                                                                      LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     NOT REGULATED
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     NOT REGULATED
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     NOT REGULATED
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     NOT REGULATED
                                                                     INCINERATION
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     UNKNOWN
                                                                     SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                     LAND APPLICATION
                                                                    NOT REGULATED
                                                                    SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                                                    LAND APPLICATION
                                                                    LAND APPLICATION
                                                                    UNKNOWN
                                                                    UNKNOWN
                                                                    LAND APPLICATION
                                                                    NOT REGULATED

                                                                    NOT REGULATED
                                                                    UNKNOWN
                                                           A-162
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
13.000 NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.005 SD: MONOFILL
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
0.000 UNK: OTHER
168.000 LA: AGRI
0.587 LA: AGRI
0.620 LA: AGRI
0.000 UNK: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
34.100 NOT REGULATED
23.000 LA: AGRI
0.000 UNK: OTHER
250.000 NOT REGULATED
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
189.150 LA: AGRI
INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
12.000 LA: AGRI
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
NOT REGULATED
20.400 INCINERATION
0.120 UNK: OCEAN
0.000 UNK: OTHER
171.200 SD: DEDICATED
8.500 LA: AGRI
0.900 LA: AGRI
5.000 LA: UNDEFINED
108.000 LA: AGRI
NOT REGULATED
140.620 SD: OTHER
67.060 LA: AGRI
3.625 LA: AGRI
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000 UNK: OTHER
1.980 LA: AGRI
0.000 LA: SALE
NOT REGULATED
NOT REGULATED
0.000 UNK: OTHER
0.000
0.000
13.000
•
0.000
0.000
0.005
0.000
0.000
.
0.000
168.000
0.587
0.620
0.000
•
0.000
0.000
34.100
23.000
0.000
250.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
.189.150
•
0.000
0.000
12.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
.
20.400
0.120
0.000
171.200
8.500
0.900
5.000
108.000
I
I
140.620
67.060
3.625
0.000
0.000
1.960
0.020
0.000
•
0.000

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                                          DGPA011.SLU2090.SHY2092.0ISPOSAU(DISPOSAL)
SURVEYID   EPISODE   REP_FLOU DES_FLOW MAJ_DISP
45-42-387
45-42-390
45-42-392
45-44-398
45-45-403
45-45-408
45-45-409
45-45-414
45-45-415
45-45-422
45-45-423
45-48-451
45-48-452
45-49-457
45-50-463
45-50-469
45-50-474
46-35-295
0

1488
1496



1532
0
1516
0
1407
1408

0

0

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
                                        INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
                                        NOT REGULATED
                                        INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                        LAND  APPLICATION
                                        LAND  APPLICATION
                                        NOT REGULATED
                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                        UNKNOWN
                                        LAND  APPLICATION
                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                        NOT REGULATED
                                        LAND  APPLICATION
                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                        SURFACE DISPOSAL
                                        UNKNOWN
                                        UNKNOWN
                                        UNKNOWN
MAJ_WT  DISP1

        INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
 10.30  NOT REGULATED
        INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
  4.20  SURFACE DISPOSAL
456.32  LAND APPLICATION
  1.00  LAND APPLICATION
133.00  NOT REGULATED
185.78  SURFACE DISPOSAL
  0.00  UNKNOWN
 31.95  LAND APPLICATION
122.40  SURFACE DISPOSAL
  0.00  NOT REGULATED
  0.19  LAND APPLICATION
360.00  SURFACE DISPOSAL
 50.00  SURFACE DISPOSAL
  0.00  UNKNOWN
  0.00  UNKNOWN
 39.60  UNKNOWN
D1SP1_WT  DISP2

          INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
  10.30   NOT REGULATED
          INELIG/OUT OF BUSIN
   4.20   SD: OTHER
 456.32   LA: AGRI
   1.00   LA: AGRI
 133.00   NOT REGULATED
 185.78   SD: HONOFILL
   0.00   UNK: OTHER
  31.95   LA: AGRI
 122.40   SD: OTHER
   0.00   NOT REGULATED
   0.19   LA: AGRI
 360.00   SD: DEDICATED
  50.00   SD: OTHER
   0.00   UNK: OTHER
   0.00   UNK: OTHER
  39.60   UNK: OCEAN
                                                                                                                        DISP2 W
10.30'
                                                              A-163

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                PART A3

LISTING OF POLLUTANT-CONCENTRATION DATA
          FROM 16 POTWs IN THE
             "40 CITY STUDY"

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                                           AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTW
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PRI ML
                                                                                  SEC 0
   09:39 Tuesday. July 28.  1992



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ALDRIN
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ARSENIC
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9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
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33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
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9
12
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0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
24.78
1.06
2.52
6.65
5.06
4.59
4.38
7.96
1.49
8.78
23.67
4.79
3.37
12.69
4.49
2.15
2524.26
153.66
538.45
219.12
1116.11
268.66
186.10
135.83
135.25
218.79
0.00
648.62
117.97
0.00
473.11
34320.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
.00
17.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
24.78
1.06
2.52
6.65
27.26
4.59
4.38
7.96
1.49
8.78
23.67
4.79
3.37
12.69
4.49
2.15
2524.26
189.91
538.45
219.12
1116.11
268.66
186.10
135.83
135.25
218.79
0.00
648.62
117.97
0.00
473.11
34320.38
442.32
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8:88
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10.36
2.79
2.07
7.11
3.43
7.29
8.87
21.02
4.99
6.94
16.94
7.22
3.45
4.24
4.75
3.26
2042.95
0.00
99.79
207.47
36.83
109.88
0.00
36.08
88.25
0.00
225.83
289.23
17.56
97.13
459.67
152.27
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8:88
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10.36
2.79
2.07
7.11
14.24
7.29
8.87
21.02
5.24
8.94
16.94
7.22
3.45
4.24
4.75
3.26
2291.76
748.56
99.79
207.47
36.83
109.88
0.00
36.08
88.25
0.00
225.83
289.23
17.56
97.13
459.67
152.27
3974.22
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
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CHEM
AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTH

      PLANT_CD        PRI_0       PRI_ML
    09:39 Tuesday, July 28,  1992

SEC_0       SECJ1L
BENZIDENE                        25
BENZIDENE                        30
BENZIDENE                        32
BENZIDENE      '                 33
BENZIDENE                        34
BENZIDENE                        35
BENZIDENE                        36
BENZIDENE                        38
BENZO(A)PYRENE                    1
BENZO(A)PYRENE                    9
BENZC(A)PYRENE                   12
BENZOUIPYRENE                   13
BENZO(A)PYRENE                   17
BENZO(A)PYRENE                   19
BENZOUIPYRENE                   20
BENZOUIPYRENE                   21
BENZOU)PYRENE                   25
BENZOU)PYRENE                   30
BENZO(A)PYRENE                   32
BENZOU)PYRENE                   33
BENZOUJPYRENE                   34
BENZOU)PYRENE                   35
BENZOU)PYRENE                   36
BENZO(A)PYRENE                   38
BERYLLIUM                         1
BERYLLIUM                         9
BERYLLIUM                        12
BERYLLIUM                        13
BERYLLIUM                        17
BERYLLIUM                        19
BERYLLIUM                        20
BERYLLIUM                        21
BERYLLIUM                        25
BERYLLIUM                        30
BERYLLIUM                        32
BERYLLIUM                        33
BERYLLIUM                        34
BERYLLIUM                        35
BERYLLIUM                        36
BERYLLIUM                        36
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYDPHTHALATE        1
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE        9
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       12
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       13
BIS12-ETHYLHEXYDPHTHALATE       17
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       19
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYDPHTHALATE       20
BISC2-ETHYLHEXYDPHTHALATE       21
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       25
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       30
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       32
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       33
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       34
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE       35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1790.33
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3853.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.68
0.05
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.36
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.89
0.00
46599.85
66929.24
122477.79
55189.97
198227.69
87851.97
41257.75
76327.56
117026.21
242450.94
327693.12
50082.76
19736.22
188864.07
liiii'^o*
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
176.93
1790.33
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
O.CO
0.00
3853.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.68
0.17
1.52
0.10
15.43
0.20
0.53
0.46
0.53
25.24
3.82
0.98
2.48
8.05
3.68
8.43
46599.85
66929.24
122477.79
55189.97
198227.69
87851.97
41257.75
76327.56
117026.21
242450.94,
r 327693. 12^
. 50082.76
19736.22
188864.07
: mm
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1299.78
0.00
0.00
0.00
17.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.89
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.42
0.00
0.19
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
5.89
0.00
1515.15
69212.95
107906.01
53530.11
343472.58
109611.53
75693.92
406034.90
64807.51
„ 38169.95
337876.49
33534.02
35487.97
119284.28

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1589.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1299.78
0.00
0.00
0.00
17.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.89
0.90
0.69
0.24
6.56
0.34
2.93
0.86
1.36
0.51
3.84
2.02
3.92
3.19
13.41
13.04
2726.05
69212.95
107906.01
53530.11
343472.58
109611.53
75693.92
406034.90
64807.51
38169.95
337876.49
33534.02
35487.97
119284.28


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                  AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER  POTM
DBS
       CHEM
PLANT_CD
PRI_0
                                            PRI  ML
SEC_0
    09:39 Tuesday. July 28,  1992




SEC_ML
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
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CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CADMIUM
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHLORDANE
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
' CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
CHROMIUM
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER

I
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
i?
21.75
6.52
237.33
5.68
36.31
15.38
1.64
3.29
6.45
0.00
59.14
0.57
0.16
12.72
1.49
90.17
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
283.56
179.48
742.09
382.11
61.32
92.19
60.37
52.68
196.77
87.94
1042.52
25.34
111.99
566.19
100.94
485.68
1401.51
282.49
1444.76
567.09
310.71
210.60
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21.75
6.52
237.33
5.86
36.31
15.38
1.64
3.29
6.45
7.86
59.14
0.74
0.71
12.72
1.74
90.17
17.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
283.56
179.48
742.09
382.11
138.57
92.19
60.37
52.68
196.77
433.96
1042.52
27.92
111.99
566.19
100.94
485.68
1401.51
282.49
1444.76
567.09
310.71
210.60
III: 6*!
60.42
23.04
1048.66
6.28
89.37
167.51
5.27
8.66
15.80
2.19
5.63
0.40
O.B1
30.09
1.17
62.24
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3304.48
420.55
3076.89
379.41
205.37
71.80
114.02
189.26
268.65
515.02
879.49
18.37
222.38
163.68
252.37
704.98
1547.08
593.13
4744.83
594.71
421.51
160.73
285:1!
60.42
23.04
1048.66
6.28
89.37
167.51
5.27
8.66
15.80
2.19
6.40
0.84
1.30
30.34
3.95
62.24
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3304.48
420.55
3076.89
379.41
205.37
71.80
114.02
189.26
268.65
515.02
879.49
29.87
222.36
163.68
252.37
704.98
1547.08
593.13
4744.83
594.71
421.51
160.73
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                                           AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTW
                          DBS
i
M
a\
                                 CHEM
PLANT CD
                                                          PRI_0
                        PRI_ML
                                                                                SEC 0
                                               It
     09:39 Tunaday, July 28,  1992


SEC ML
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179.
180
181
182
163
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
*ป•ป•*
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
COPPER
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
CYANIDE
ODD
ODD
ODD
ODD
ODD
ODD
DDD
ODD
ODD
DDD
DDD
ODD
DDD
DDD
ODD
DDD
ODE
DDE
DDE
DOE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
DDE
nne
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
^t
288.53
268.98
999.83
195.12
177.36
521.69
166.56
484.49
10.46
806.28
688.31
1852.11
288.59
3284.54
667.16
1008.93
4550.39
1008.03
973.63
337.83
757.44
289.50
827.92
208.58
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
o.oo •
0.00
0.00
M MA
288.53
268.98
999.83
195.12
177.36
521.69
166.56
484.49
10.46
806.28
688.31
1852.11
288.59
3284.54
667.16
1008.93
4550.39
1008.03
973.63
337.83
757.44
289.50
827.92
208.58
17.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
17.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
348.10
339.31
843.55
20.27
251.63
230.55
95.98
838.74
6.58
66.03
388.14
1208.34
241.49
1877.01
332.67
507.06
2485.03
250.51
618.16
461.43
350.54
827.61
526.33
146.65
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
103.53
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
O.OQ
0.00
0.00
0.00
A Jk Jk
346.10
339.31
843.55
21.74
251.63
230.55
95.98
838.74
10.33
66.03
368.14
1208.34
241.49
1677.01
332.67
507.06
2485.03
250.51
618.16
461.43
350.54
827.61
526.33
146.65
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
103.53
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
                          8:!
  8:1

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                                          AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTM
oo
DBS

225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243 '
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
                           CHEM
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DDT
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIELDRIN
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
PLANT_CD    PRI_0
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   38
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   36
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   38
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
                                             PRI_ML    SEC_0
                                                                         09:39 Tuesday,  July 28,  1992

                                                                        SEC ML
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
442.317
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3974.22
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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                                           AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTM
VO
CBS

281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
                            CHEM
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEPTACHLOR
HEXACHLOR03ENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLORCBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTAOIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
HEXACHLCROBUTADIENE
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD      "
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD
LEAD-
LEAD
LEAD
PLANT_CO

   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   38
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   38
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
   36
   38
    1
    9
   12
   13
   17
   19
   20
   21
   25
   30
   32
   33
   34
   35
                                                                PHIO
                                               PRIJ1L
                                                                                      SEC_0
09:39 Tuesday,  July 26,  1992

 SEC_ML
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
833.47
161.21
239.92
457.01
254.56
213.26
110.61
130.70
198.77
217.47
832.87
130,46
221.43
1073.99
3งg:J?
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
176.93
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
176.93
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
833.47
161.21
239.92
457.01
254.56
213.26
110.61
130.70
198.77
217.47
832.87
130.46
221.43
1073.99
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0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
620.237
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
289.070
334.302
226.891
427.827
299.333
190.515
162.357
304.691
195.874
137.114
747.264
100.325
689.155
319.015
mm
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1589.69
620.24
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
. 0.00
1589.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
289.07
334.30
251.34
427.83
299.33
190.52
162.36
304.69
195.87
137.11
747.26
100.32
689.15
319.02
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                   AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER  POTW
OBS
CHEM
PLANT_CD
PRI_0
                                             PRI  ML
SEC_0
                                                               09:39 Tuesday, July 28, 1992



                                                           SEC ML
337
333
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
-348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
383
339
390
m
LINDANE
LINOANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINOANE
LINOANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
LINDANE
MERCURT
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MERCURY
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
MOLYBDENUM
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
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9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
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9
12
13
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19
20
21
25
30
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33
34
35
36
38
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9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
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9
12
13
17
19
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0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.020
2.891
2.032
1.501
19.557
3.632
2.228
4.127
2.811
0.000
4.107
0.171
0.323
0.000
0.610
0.401
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243.696
118.530
157.398
103.591
48.669
35.543
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17.693
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0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.056
2.691
2.265
1.501
20.642
3.832
2.228
4.127
2.682
6.483
5.775
0.231
0.456
0.664
0.748
0.665
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243.696
116.530
157.396
103.591
48.869
35.543
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0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.058
7.074
1.967
1.257
5.942
4.416
2.756
3.998
1.716
1.258
7.257
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130.634
342.473
84.238
72.963
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0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.448
7.074
1.967
1.257
6.984
4.416
2.756
3.998
1.694
1.413
8.583
0.132
0.347
0.231
1.392
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130.834
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AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTM



 PLANT_CD      PRI_0     PRI_MU      SEC_0
     09:39 Tuesday, July 28, 1992



SEC ML
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
tti
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL -
NICKEL
NICKEL
NICKEL
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016 •
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1016
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1221
PCB-1232
PC3-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
PCB-1232
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25
30
32
33
... 34
35
36
38
1
9
'-- 12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
... 34
35
11
18.434
16.410
366.356
5.765
207.957
423.101
42.296
26.462
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
o.ooo-
0.000
0.000

18.434
221.725
366.356
5.765
207.957
423.101
42.296
65.251
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
17.693
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

12.978
26.873
295.440
0.364
305.848
124.984
42.737
58.429
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

18.774
26.873
295.440
1.757
305.848
124.984
42.737
100.153
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000


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                                           AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER  POTH
                                     09:39 Tuesday* July 28, 1992
                           DBS
                                    CHEM
                                              PLANT CD
PRI 0
PRI_ML    SEC_0
                                                                                       SEC ML
to
449
•450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
46t
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
m
PCB-1242
' PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242 -
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242 --
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1242
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1248
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1254
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
PCB-1260
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9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
17.6927
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
17.6927
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000 •
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
'0.0000
17.6927
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
17.6927
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
o'oooS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
167.39*
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
167.394
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

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                                           AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER POTM
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 DBS    CHEM                PLANT_CD

 505    PCB-1260
-506    PCB-1260
 507    PCB-1260
 508    PCB-1260
 509    PCB-1260
 510    PCB-1260
 511    PCB-1260
 512    PCB-1260
 513    SELENIUM
 514    SELENIUM
 515    SELENIUM
 516    SELENIUM
 517    SELENIUM
 518    SELENIUM
 519    SELENIUM
 520    SELENIUM
 521    SELENIUM
 522    SELENIUM
 523    SELENIUM
 524    SELENIUM
 525    SELENIUM
 526    SELENIUM
 527    SELENIUM
 528    SELENIUM
 529    TOXAPHENE
 530    TOXAPHENE
 531    TOXAPHENE
 532    TOXAPHENE
 533    TOXAPHENE
 534    TOXAPHENE
 535    TOXAPHENE
 536    TOXAPHENE
 537    TOXAPHENE
 538    TOXAPHENE
 539   x TOXAPHENE
 540    TOXAPHENE
 541    TOXAPHENE
 542    TOXAPHENE
 543    TOXAPHENE
 544    TOXAPHENE
 545    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 546    TRICHLCROETHYLENE
 547    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 548    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 549    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 550    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 551    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 552    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 553    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 554    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 555    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 556    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 557    TRICHLOROETHYLENE
 558    TRICHLOROETHYLENE

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                                                               PRI_0
PRI ML
            SEC_0
09:39 Tuasday,  July 28, 1992

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30 .
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
•ป r
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.10
1.46
3.90
1.16
0.00
2.50
2.45
0.62
0.38
1.74
1.29
0.44
0.28
0.00
0.05
0.99
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4708.09
4703.29
112.67
0.00
7505.78
6508.22
6278.79
3964.47
137.98
828.16
2 285'. 05
726.51
0.00'
404.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.18
1.46
3.90
1.16
61.42
2.51
2.45
0.62
0.47
2.32
1.74
0.44
0.38
1.55
0.55
0.99
17.69
0.00
0.00 .
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4708.09
4703.29
112.67
0.00
7505.78
6508.22
6278.79
3964.47
137.98
828.16
2285.05
726.51
0.00
404.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.47
6.07
4.84
1.91
0.00
0.91
0.00
0.83
0.49
0.05
1.96
0.88
0.98
0.72
1.13
3.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
278.60
0.00
0.00
331.49
1683.46
0.00
25.55
101.85
0.00
0.00
53.25
0.00
468.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.71
6.07
4:84
1.91
25.95
4.69
11.11
0.83
0.65
0.09
1.96
0.92
1.05
1.06
1.30
3.64
167.39
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
836.97
511.94
0.00
0.00
331.49
1683.46
0.00
25. 55
101.85
0.00
0.00
53.25
0.00
468.03

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DBS
       CHEM
 AVERAGE CONCENTRATION DATA PER  PCTW



PLANT_CD     PRI_0      PRI_ML     SEC_0
                                                                   09:39 Tuesday, July 28, 1992
SEC_ML
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
565
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
ZINC
1
9
12
13
17
19
20
21
25
30
32
33
34
35
36
38
2226.66
628.32
2884.73
1822.57
582.05
452.06
488.38
194.31
432.65
2498.28
1040.15
532.36
583.20
1952.89
596.23
1895.11
2226.66
628.32
2884.73
1822.57
582.05
452.06
488.38
194.31
432.65
2498.28
1040.15
532.36
583.20
1952.89
596.23
1895.11
2415.86
730.26
7788.55
1825.84
841.25
590.13
992.95
503.60
573.93
6302.00
589.89
83.15
1107.26
577.56
706.41
1658.34
2415.86
730.26
7788.55
1825.64
841.25
590.13
992.95
503.60
573.93
6302.00
- 589.89
83.15
1107.26
577.56
706.41
1658.34

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