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Limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment for the ProposedFairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility334 West Wheeling StreetLancaster, Ohio Submitted to:Fairfield County Board of Commissioners210 East Main StreetLancaster, Ohio 43130Prepared by:Bennett & Williams Environmental Consultants, Inc.98 County Line Road West, Suite CWesterville, Ohio 43082(614) 882-9122 July 7, 2014 iRELIABILITY OF REPORT - DISCLAIMER Conclusions reached in this report are based upon the objective data available to the CONSULTANTS at the time of forming their opinions and as presented in the report. The accuracy of the report depends upon the accuracy of these data. Every effort is made to evaluate the information by the methods that generally are recognized to constitute the state of the art at the time of rendering the report and conclusions, and the conclusions reached herein represent our opinions. Subsurface conditions are known to vary both in space and time, and there is inherent risk in the extrapolation of data. THE CONSULTANTS are not responsible for actual conditions proved to be materially at variance with the data that were available to them and upon which they relied, as presented in the report. The opinions, conclusions and recommendations shown in the report are put forth for a specific and proposed purpose and for the specific site discussed. The CONSULTANTS are not responsible for any other application, whether of purpose or location, of our opinions, conclusions and recommendations other than as specifically indicated in the report. ii TABLE OF CONTENTS DISCLAIMER i LIST OF TABLES v LIST OF FIGURES viii LIST OF APPENDICES ix 1. INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Documents Reviewed 2 1.3 Site Location 2 1.4 Historical Changes in the Site Vicinity 4 2. HISTORY OF THE SITE 7 2.1 Introduction 7 2.2 Review of Previous Property Ownership 7 2.3 Review of Historical Land Use 9 3. SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION 21 3.1 Introduction 21 3.2 Investigation Design 26 3.3 Drilling and Soil Sampling 28 3.4 Groundwater Sampling 34 3.5 Temporary Monitoring Well Abandonment 35 4. ANALYTICAL RESULTS 36 4.1 Introduction 36 4.2 Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure in Soils (TCLP) 37 4.2.1 Introduction 37 4.2.2 TCLP Metals Results 38 4.2.3 TCLP Volatile Organic Compounds Results 38 4.2.4 TCLP Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds Results 41 4.2.5 TCLP Summary 41 4.3 Characterization of Soils by Other Methods of Analysis 41 4.3.1 Introduction 41 4.3.2 Total Metals Results in Soil 44 4.3.3 Total VOC Results in Soil 48 iii 4.3.4 Total SVOC Results in Soil 48 4.3.5 GRO and DRO Results in Soil 55 4.3.6 Soil Results Summary 55 4.4 Characterization of Groundwater in the Fill Materials 56 4.4.1 Introduction 56 4.4.2 Total and Dissolved Metals Results in Groundwater Within the Fill 57 4.4.3 VOC Results in Groundwater Within the Fill 60 4.4.4 Groundwater Within the Fill Results Summary 61 5. RISK ASSESSMENT 62 5.1 Introduction 62 5.2 Data Evaluation 62 5.3 Exposure Assessment 66 5.3.1 Characterization of Exposure Setting 66 5.3.2 Potential Receptors and Exposure Pathways 69 5.3.3 Quantification of Exposure 70 5.4 Dermal Exposure 75 5.4.1 Determination of Dermal Absorbed Dose 75 5.4.2 Non-Cancer Effects 76 5.4.3 Carcinogenic Effects 79 5.4.4 Uncertainty in the Dermal Risk Analysis 81 5.4.4.1 Csoil 81 5.4.4.2 Event Time (EV) 81 5.4.4.3 Surface Area 81 5.4.4.4 Frequency of Exposure 81 5.4.4.5 Adherence Factors 81 5.4.4.6 Absorption Factors 82 5.4.4.7 Toxicity Assessment 82 5.4.5 Risk from Multiple Chemicals 82 5.5 Inhalation of Outdoor Air Volatile Compounds 83 5.5.1 Estimating Concentrations of Chemicals in Air 83 5.5.2 Non-Cancer Effects 85 5.5.3 Carcinogenic Effects 87 5.6 Inhalation of Outdoor Air Particulates 88 5.6.1 Estimating Concentrations of Chemicals as Particulates in Air 88 5.6.2 Non-Cancer Effects 88 5.6.3 Carcinogenic Effects 91 5.7 Uncertainty Associated with Inhalation Risk Analysis 93 5.7.1 Calculation of Concentrations in Air 93 5.7.2 Calculation of Exposure Concentrations 93 5.7.3 Toxicity Assessment 93 5.7.4 Estimating Carcinogenic Risks 93 5.7.5 Risk from Multiple Chemicals 93 5.7.5.1 Inhalation of Volatile Chemicals 94 iv 5.7.5.2 Inhalation of Particulate Chemicals 94 5.8 Summary of Total Risk to Construction and Excavation Workers 95 5.8.1 Non-Cancer Risks (Dermal Plus Inhalation) 95 5.8.2 Carcinogenic Risks (Dermal Plus Inhalation) 97 5.8.3 Total Risk (Dermal Plus Inhalation) 97 5.9 Indoor Air Risk Assessment 97 5.9.1 Calculation of Exposure Concentrations 97 5.9.2 Carcinogenic and Non-Carcinogenic Risks 98 5.9.3 Uncertainty Associated with Indoor Risk Analysis 102 5.10 Risk Assessment for Lead 103 5.10.1 Adult Lead Methodology 103 5.10.2 Assumptions of Adult Lead Methodology 104 5.10.3 Managing Risks due to Lead Exposure 106 6. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 108 6.1 Introduction 108 6.2 Hazardous Waste 108 6.3 Solid Waste 109 6.4 Beneficial Use 111 6.5 Voluntary Action 111 6.6 Drinking and Ground Water 112 6.7 Surface Water 113 6.8 Air 113 7. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 115 7.1 Conclusions 115 7.2 Recommendations 118 8. REFERENCES 120 v LIST OF TABLES 1. Location and depth (in feet below ground) of analytes in soil samples 30 2. Summary of encountered subsurface conditions 32 3. Analytical results for TCLP of RCRA metals 39 4. Analytical results for TCLP VOCs 40 5. Analytical results for TCLP SVOCs 42 6. Analytical results for metals in soils compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for construction/excavation activities 45 7. Analytical results for metals in soils compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for residential exposure 46 8. Analytical results for metals in soils compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for commercial/industrial exposure 47 9. Target compound list of VOCs analyzed in soil 49 10. Analytical results for VOCs in soil compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for construction/excavation, residential, and commercial/industrial exposures 50 11. Target compound list of SVOCs analyzed in soil 51 12. Analytical results for SVOCs in soil compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for construction/excavation activities 52 13. Analytical results for SVOCs in soil compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for residential exposure 53 14. Analytical results for SVOCs in soil compared to VAP generic direct contact soil values for commercial/industrial exposure 54 15. Analytical results gasoline range organics (GRO) and diesel range organics (DRO) in soil 55 16. Analytical results for total metals in groundwater in the fill 58 17. Analytical results for dissolved metals in groundwater in the fill 59 vi 18. Analytical results for VOCs in groundwater in the fill 61 19. Analytical results for metals in soil samples 63 20. Analytical results for VOCs in soil samples 64 21. Analytical results for SVOCs in soil samples 65 22. Toxicity values for chemicals of concern 67 23. Exposure pathways for risk assessment 69 24. Statistical summary of inorganic sampling results used in the dermal risk assessment (0-8 feet) 71 25. Statistical summary of organic sampling results used in the dermal risk assessment (0-8 feet) 72 26. Statistical summary of inorganic sampling results used in the inhalation risk assessment (0-12 feet) 73 27. Statistical summary of organic sampling results used in the inhalation risk assessment (0-12 feet) 74 28. Dermal absorption fraction from soil for chemicals in the dermal risk assessment 77 29. Hazard quotients for chemicals of concern for the dermal exposure pathway 78 30. Toxic equivalency factors for PAHs and equivalent calculated concentrations 80 31. Dermal cancer risk for chemicals of concern 84 32. Calculation of concentrations of volatile COCs in air 85 33. Hazard quotients for volatile COCs inhalation pathway 86 34. Cancer risks associated with the inhalation of volatilized COCs 88 35. Calculation of concentrations of particulate COCs in air 89 36. Hazard quotients for particulate COCs inhalation pathway 91 37. Cancer risks associated with the inhalation of particulate COCs 92 vii 38. Total non-carcinogenic risks to construction and excavation workers 96 39. Total carcinogenic risks to construction and excavation workers 97 40. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model soil parameters 99 41. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model building parameters 100 42. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model exposure scenarios 100 43. Results from the Johnson and Ettinger model 101 44. Statistical summary of lead concentration data in soil at the site (0-8 feet) 104 45. Calculations of blood lead concentrations (PbBs) using ALM 105 viii LIST OF FIGURES 1. Site location map of proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility 3 2. Historic physiographic features of the site (natural channel of Hocking River and Ohio Canal) (Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, April 1884) 5 3. Historic (1910) plat map of site (Fairfield County Auditors Office) 8 4. Historic land use (1899) showing limited site development in floodplain except by Thimmes Brothers (Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, December 1899) 10 5. Historic land use (1904) showing development and proximity of Altens Iron and Steel Works to site (Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, December 1904) 12 6. 2012 delineation of 100-year floodplain (blue hachures) and floodway (red hachures) in the site vicinity (Fairfield County Auditors site) 14 7. 1938 aerial photograph of site showing remnant buildings (former meat packing operation) used as foundry supply warehouse and suspected fill activities (Fairfield County Soil and Water Conservation District) 15 8. Looking south at the tree (and commemorative plaque) in Miller Park Wellfield planted in honor of General Sherman in 1928. Note the proximity of the current Fairfield County Sheriffs Office in the background 16 9. Looking south at the dead tree in Miller Park Wellfield. The tree was originally planted in 1928 by the Womans Relief Corps. Note the proximity of the current Fairfield County Sheriffs Office in the background 18 10. Close-up of the Womens Relief Corps plaque commemorating the planting of the tree 18 11. Depression around the trunk of the General Sherman tree in the Miller Park Wellfield showing the approximate original grade at the time of planting 19 12. Guardrail in Miller Park Wellfield (on left) delineating a change in grade with Well 4 in the center of the photograph 19 13. Boring locations (Solar, 1999) 23 14. Boring locations and approximate location of Old Hocking River Channel (Geotechnical Consultants, Inc., 2011) 25 15. Sampling locations with proposed building footprint 27 ix LIST OF APPENDICES A Photographs of project field activities B Boring logs C Monitoring well completion diagrams and driller logs filed with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) D Water well sealing reports filed with ODNR E Soil analytical results for borings BW-1, BW-2, BW-3 and BW-4 F Soil analytical results for borings BW-5 and BW-6 G Soil analytical results for borings BW-7 and BW-8 H Soil analytical results for borings BW-9 and BW-10 I Soil analytical results for borings BW-7A, BW-8A, BW-9A and BW-10A and water analytical results for temporary monitoring wells BW-1 and BW-2 J Statistical summary and UCL calculations for inorganic chemicals of concern for dermal exposure (0-8 feet) K Statistical summary and UCL calculations for organic chemicals of concern for dermal exposure (0-8 feet) L Statistical summary and UCL calculations for inorganic chemicals of concern for inhalation exposure (0-12 feet) M Statistical summary and UCL calculations for organic chemicals of concern for inhalation exposure (0-12 feet) N Outputs from the Johnson and Ettinger Model used to evaluate risks posed by volatile compounds in indoor air O Statistical summary and UCL calculations for lead (0-8 feet) 1 SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction This report presents the results of a limited Phase II environmental site assessment that was conducted on property located at 334 West Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio where the Board of Fairfield County Commissioners proposes to construct a new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. Based on preliminary geotechnical subsurface investigations on the property conducted after acquisition of the property by the Commissioners in 1993, the site was found to have approximately 6 to 18 feet of fill materials covering the site. The primary purpose of this investigation was to conduct an initial subsurface environmental sampling and analysis program to develop information about the chemical characteristics of the existing undocumented fill materials underlying the proposed footprint of new structure. Specifically, the objective was to evaluate the fill materials for the possible presence of hazardous substances that would warrant environmental management of the material during future site redevelopment. In addition, available information from the previous geotechnical reports indicated that portions of the fill materials were saturated. Therefore, the secondary objective of the investigation was to collect representative groundwater samples and analyze for the possible presence of hazardous substances from existing saturated zones within the fill materials, where encountered. Potential constituents in groundwater in the fill were deemed important because the City of Lancaster operates a public wellfield in Miller Park, immediately north of the site, on the north side of Wheeling Street. Further, documentation of geologic materials immediately underlying the fill was also undertaken. Due to the critical timetable imposed by the impending development of the site, the scope was limited in order to evaluate more quickly the shallow subsurface soil immediately underlying the proposed building footprint. It was recognized that based on the results of this investigation (and depending on the final use of other portions of the site, including but not limited to the current jail facility on the site and/or the former car wash and former auto dealership areas), additional efforts may be necessary. Upon receipt of the analytical results of the subsurface investigation, and the comparison of the results to potential regulatory values, the scope of the environmental site assessment investigation was amended to include risk analysis that would enable the Board of Fairfield County Commissioners to exercise due care with respect to any future site development and construction activities. Potential pathways of exposure were evaluated for completeness, and potential risk was calculated for complete pathways. As part of the efforts undertaken, we worked with and received information from representatives of Fairfield County concerning past investigations, potential historical uses of the sites, and potential concerns about environmental conditions as voiced by concerned citizenry. We also worked with representatives from Wachtel & McAnally Architects to understand the 2 proposed location of the structure, potential subsurface disturbance, final land use disposition, and anticipated timetables of construction activities. 1.2 Documents Reviewed As part of the development of a site-specific investigation plan, portions of documents provided by County staff relating to the site were preliminarily reviewed to gain background information including: Phase 1 Environmental Property Assessment, Proposed County Minimum Security Jail, 342 West Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio, prepared by Beling Consultants, March 1992; Environmental Assessment Report, 121 North Memorial Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130, prepared by Lawhon & Associates, February 12, 1993; Wellhead Protection Plan, City of Lancaster, Ohio, Miller Park Wellfield, prepared by URS, August 23, 1993; Preliminary Potential Contaminant Source Inventory, City of Lancaster, Miller Park Wellfield, prepared by URS, August 23, 1993; Beling Consultants review of BBC&M Engineering Inc. report on subsurface investigation for the Charley Horse and surrounding property, May 19, 1994; Geotechnical Investigation for 342 West Wheeling Street, 4.01 Acre Site, Proposed Juvenile Detention Center, Lancaster, Ohio, prepared by Solar Testing Laboratories, Inc., February 19, 1999; Site Analysis and Selection for the Fairfield County Public Safety Facility, prepared by Shremshock Architects, Inc., September 11, 2007; and Subsurface Exploration and Preliminary Geotechnical Engineering Report, Proposed Fairfield County Justice Center-MSMJ Site, 342 West Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio, prepared by Geotechnical Consultants, Inc., June 10, 2011. Additional documents and information were subsequently reviewed as part of our investigation. The additional documentation is described further in this report. All referenced documents are included in Section 8, References. 1.3 Site Location The footprint of the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility is situated on four irregular-shaped parcels (current tax parcel numbers 0536001800, 0536001700 (two), and 0536801700) totaling approximately 7.5 acres in size (Figure 1). The property is located within the limits of the City of Lancaster. The site is bounded on the north by West Wheeling Street. H ock ingRi v erFairfield CountyMaintenance GarageFormer Car WashKings FurnitureRoger Conrad ConcreteBillboardLancaster WaterTreatment PlantScotts Service CenterMiller ParkGuardrailWell #4Well #16Dead TreeGeneral Sherman TreeFairfield CountySheriff's Office Municipal WellMW-4S and 4DMunicipal Well0536801700053600180005360017000536001700LINCOLN AVEW WHEELING STN MEMORIAL DRTHOMAS AVEW MAIN STWHILEY AVEN GEORGE ST W MULBERRY STS MEMORIAL DRW CHESTNUT STW MAIN STW MULBERRY STHocking River/0 100 200 30050 FeetFigure 1.Site location map ofproposed Fairfield CountyJail/Public Safety Facility.1 inch = 200 feet4 Immediately north of Wheeling Street is the Lancaster Miller Park wellfield and water treatment plant. On the west, the site is bounded by the channelized course of the Hocking River (that used to flow through the current site). On the south, the parcels are bounded by the Fairfield County Maintenance Garage (owned by the Fairfield County Commissioners), a former car wash (now owned by the Fairfield County Commissioners), Kings Furniture (property owned by Mitch and Ann D. Endick), Roger Conrad Concrete (property owned by Mary Margaret Kensler), and a billboard (property owned by Jay Nauman), which all front on Lincoln Avenue (US Route 22). On the east, the site is bounded by Memorial Drive (US Route 33), except for the corner of West Wheeling Street and Memorial Drive, which is occupied by Scotts Service Center (an automotive service station, property owned by the Fairfield Paint & Oil Company). As shown in Figure 1, the current Fairfield County Sheriffs office occupies the northwest portion of the site. The remainder of the property is either paved or is a concrete slab where another building was previously located (note light-colored rectangle just east of the Sheriffs office). Both the pavement and the concrete slab are currently used as parking lot. South of the building, the Fairfield County Sheriffs office has a small impound lot and a bin for recycling. Small islands of grass and trees for landscaping are present primarily to the west of the current building and along the Hocking River. 1.4 Historical Changes in the Site Vicinity There have been numerous changes in the vicinity of the site since 1800. It was during this year that Governor Arthur St. Clair first organized Fairfield County by proclamation (although Fairfield County was much larger than it is today) (Scott, 1877). According to Scott (1877), it did not take long for the development of the County to begin. In fact, by the fall of 1800, Ebenezer Zane first sold lots in the town of Lancaster. Understanding these events and subsequent historical activities assists in reviewing maps through time for a better understanding of land usage and historical geography. A review of historic plat maps for Section 1 of Hocking Township in Fairfield County, the City of Lancaster, and Sanborn maps of the area reveal man-made physiographic and developmental changes that have occurred at the site since 1880. Prior to the 1880s, the Lancaster Lateral connector (completed in 1834) to the Ohio and Erie Canal formed the east boundary of the site (present-day Memorial Drive). Also, Wheeling Street terminated at the east side of the canal and, therefore, did not exist across the northern boundary of the site. The Hocking River (prior to relocation to the west and channelization) crossed through the site, entering from the north and then curving to the west (Figure 2). The approximate location of the current-day parcel is shown in yellow for site orientation. Site/0 50 100 15025 FeetFigure 2.Historic physiographicfeatures of site(natural channel ofHocking River andOhio Canal).1 inch = 100 feetSanborn Fire Insurance Map(April 1884)6 Based on a review of Sanborn maps, the Hocking River was straightened and realigned to its present-day position along the west side of the site between 1884 and 1889. Soon after, (between 1893 and 1899), the Lancaster Lateral of the Ohio Canal was abandoned and a roadway was constructed over the abandoned canal. This roadway was known at the time as Front Street, and later became Memorial Drive (US Route 33). Lastly, between 1899 and 1904, West Wheeling Street was extended west of Front Street along the present day northern boundary of the site. [It should also be noted that historic Sanborn maps prior to 1919 designate todays Lincoln Avenue as Main Avenue; the western extension of (West) Main Street.] 7 SECTION 2 HISTORY OF THE SITE 2.1 Introduction To establish the context for this subsurface environmental investigation, Bennett & Williams reviewed publicly available deed records, historic plat maps, Phase I environmental site assessment reports, geotechnical studies, and sanitary surveys for the land parcels comprising the site as well as historic biographical records, texts and Sanborn maps (1884 through 1929, including revisions to the 1929 map in 1933, 1945 and 1949) of the area. These historical reports, maps, studies and surveys provide further insight into previous land ownership as well as commercial and industrial activities that may have involved the use or release of environmentally regulated materials at the site. This historical background information is used as a basis for identifying recognized environmental conditions at the site that are the focus of this subsurface investigation. 2.2 Review of Previous Property Ownership A review of publicly-available Phase I environmental site assessment reports for the properties, a title search from June 2, 1948 through January 14, 2014 conducted by the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney relating to easements (Porter, 2014a and 2014b), together with a supplemental review of deed records and historic plat maps available at the Fairfield County Auditors Office, was conducted to establish a chain-of-title ownership of the various tracts of land that today comprise the site. Findings from this review show that on June 23, 1903 Louis J. Snyder and Jacob Keller acquired the majority of the tracts of land (6.78 acres) that comprise the site from Nina Rauch (recent widow of Francis Xavier Rauch) and other heirs. In addition, a smaller tract of land (0.66 acres) that is included in the site was deeded to John Thimmes and his brothers (Christian, Charles and William Thimmes) by Christena Nester (widow of Philip Nester) and other heirs on April 16, 1891 along with a second tract that John Thimmes and his brothers were deeded from their father Mathias Thimmes, on April 28, 1892, who purchased the property from Philip Nester on November 11, 1877. A historic plat map from the Fairfield County Auditors Office, dated January 1910, depicts the layout of the Snyder and Keller property and the Thimmes brothers property at that time (Figure 3). Additional information on the chronology of the chain-of-title (ownership) of these two properties is as follows. John Thimmes and his brothers sold their property September 24, 1919 to George M. Schmidt. A month later, the property was deeded to The Lancaster Packing Company on November 29, 1919. George H. Alten was deeded the Snyder and Keller property, acquiring Louis J. Snyders one-half interest on March 31, 1921 and Kellers one-half interest (at Sheriffs sale) on November 28, 1921. Then, on September 23, 1935, George H. Alten purchased the Lancaster Packing Company (the former Thimmes brothers property). As a result, by 1936 George H. Alten had complete ownership of the site. West Wheeling StreetMainAvenueFront Street W. MainStreet/Figure 3.Historic (1910) plat mapof site (Fairfield CountyAuditor's Office).9 It remained this way until July 8, 1954 when George H. Alten sold off a 2.4 acre parcel in the northwest corner of the site (comprising the current property tax parcel 0536001800) to Herbert Welsh and Harry Lemley. Approximately two years later on July 6, 1956, Herbert Welsh and Harry Lemley deeded the 2.4 acre parcel to Brown Gold Realty, who in turn, deeded the parcel to C. Hart Manufacturing Company on January 16, 1961. On that same day in January of 1961, C. Hart Manufacturing Company deeded the parcel to Anncor Company, Inc. who maintained ownership of the parcel until deeding the property to the Fairfield County Board of Commissioners on September 28, 1992. The remaining approximate 4.8 acre portion of the site (comprising the current property tax parcels 0536801700 and 0536001700) remained under the ownership of George H. Alten (subject to lease and mortgage agreements starting in July of 1962), until his death on October 13, 1970. The Huntington Trust Company, as Trustee under The George H. Alten Trust, dated February 25, 1969, was appointed co-executor of the estate on November 24, 1970 and Trustee of the 4.8 acre parcel listed as Tract No. 30 on the Certificate for Transfer of Real Estate. The Huntington Trust Company remained the Trustee of the parcel until deeding the property to the Fairfield County Board of Commissioners on March 5, 1993. 2.3 Review of Historical Land Use Findings from the historical land use review and previous property ownership reaffirmed our general knowledge that the site is located in an area of commercial and industrial activity that occurred over the past 130 years. Situated between the Hocking River and the Lancaster Lateral of the Ohio Canal during the last quarter of the nineteenth century, this canal-river corridor (along what were then the western and southern edges of Lancaster) served as the citys industrial district. As previously mentioned in the Site Location section of this report, a review of historic Sanborn maps of the area indicate that the Hocking River once meandered through the site, until the river was straightened and realigned to its present day position sometime between April 1884 and June 1889. Subsequent Sanborn maps (June 1889 through December 1899) for the area continue to depict the old channel as it crossed the site. Because the site was a low-lying area, much of it resting in a floodplain, the historic Sanborn maps reflect that very little building took place at the current site through the latter part of the nineteenth century (1884 through 1899) and first half of the twentieth century (1900 through 1949), with the exception of John Thimmes and Brothers slaughter house and pork packing business (Figure 4). Historic Sanborn maps (April 1884 through June 1919) depict the expansion of the Thimmes Brothers meat packing business during this timeframe showing cattle and straw sheds, cribs, scale houses, and several buildings erected for packing, smoking and curing of meats, including a sausage factory. There are also a number of cold storage buildings (including an ice house) shown in connection with the slaughter house and meat packing operation. No other commercial operations at the Thimmes Brothers property are noted on the maps. /Figure 4.Historic land use (1899)showing limitedsite developmentin floodplanexcept byThimmes Brothers.Sanborn Fire Insurance Map(December1899)11 According to The Biographical Record of Fairfield County, Ohio (Multiple Authors,1902), John H. Thimmes took over the familys butchering and meat market business from his father, Mathias Thimmes, in 1877 and three years later entered into partnership with his brothers under the firm name of Thimmes Brothers. The historic biographical record further indicates that the members of the firm were engaged in the wholesale and retail shipping and pork packing business, and were also proprietors of two meat markets in the city of Lancaster. In addition, as extensive buyers and shippers of hogs and cattle at the time, the members of the firm handled annually about thirty thousand hogs and a large number of export cattle, which they bought and shipped to Baltimore, Maryland, their principal hogs markets being Pittsburg, (sic) Pennsylvania and Chicago, Illinois. Although some slaughterhouses also performed tanning of hides, there is no indication that such activities were part of the Thimmes Brothers business. Subsequent to June 1919, historic (June 1919 to February 1929) Sanborn maps of the area show that the Thimmes Brothers meat packing operation changed names to The Lancaster Packing Co., which continued to operate at the site through the 1920s. This name change is corroborated by the chain-of-title search (previously detailed) that shows the Thimmes Brothers sold the property in September 1919, and that the property was eventually deeded to The Lancaster Packing Company in November 1919. Later revisions (1933, 1945 and 1945 collectively) to the 1929 Sanborn map show that after February 1929, remnant buildings from the former meat packing operations at the site were converted for use as a foundry supply warehouse. Based upon the results of the chain-of-title search, it is suspected that this land use change followed The Lancaster Packing Company deeding the property to George H. Alten on September 23, 1935. Having previously purchased the undeveloped portions of the site (i.e., the 6.78 acre property owned by Louis J. Snyder and Jacob Keller) in 1921, George H. Alten held ownership of the entire site by 1936. Further review of the historic Sanborn maps for the area (1889 through 1929, including revisions to the 1929 map in 1933, 1945 and 1949) show the development of Altens Foundry and Machine Shop over the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century. Located east of both the study site and present day Memorial Drive/US Route 33 (formerly named Front Street) at 226 West Wheeling Street, Henry F. Alten began a blacksmith and machine shop in 1889, the same year that his son George H. Alten was born. By December 1904, the business was known as Altens Iron and Steel Works and included blacksmith and foundry operations with an onsite cupola (the primary method used for melting operations in foundries) (Figure 5). Between December 1910 and June 1919, the operation expanded south across West Bank Alley (which ran parallel between West Wheeling Street and West Main Street) with the foundry and machine works including a castings, cleaning and machine shop, coke pile and flask (the frame for a mold of sand) yard. It was during this same time period that Henry F. Alten died (August 1911) and his son George H. Alten became involved in managing the family business. Altens Foundry and Machine Shop continued its expansion of operations on the east side of Front Street throughout the 1920s, 30s and 40s. In a November 15, 1947 article in Forbes SiteAlten's Iron &Steel Works/Figure 5.Historic land use (1904)showing developmentand proximity ofAlten's Iron andSteel Worksto site.Sanborn Fire Insurance Map(December1904)13 Magazine, Altens Foundry and Machine Shop was mentioned as one of Lancasters significant industries. Although the principal foundry operations continued to be confined to the east side of Front Street during this time span (as well as until the foundry ceased operation in July 1983), George H. Alten had acquired the mostly undeveloped, low-lying area west of Front Street and east of the rechanneled Hocking River that today comprises the study site. With the expanding foundry business and the concomitant increase in foundry sand spoils from the casting operations, it is logical to assume that the lower elevation, flood-prone area was purchased, in part, with the intent to fill the site as a means of dealing with the foundry sand spoils (with the added benefit of raising the property above the floodplain for future potential use). Indeed, by 1933, the Sanborn maps show that Altens Foundry has expanded to occupy the southeast corner of the intersection between West Wheeling Street and Memorial Drive and that sand bins occupy that corner. Further, the 2012 Flood Map on the Fairfield County Auditors site shows that, with the exception of one small area along the channelized Hocking River (in the parking lot west of the current Sheriffs office), the site was successfully raised above the 100-year floodplain (Figure 6). According to the map, only the very western portion of the site remains located in the floodway (a strip approximately 33 feet wide), primarily in the wooded and bermed area adjacent to the current river channel. While no specific written records were found to document filling at the site, historic aerial photographs of the study site and surrounding area were obtained from the Fairfield County Soil and Water Conservation District to assist in determining land use during the timeframe between 1920 and 1950. The only archival aerial photograph available for the site during this time span is dated 1938. An enlargement of that photograph is shown in Figure 7. Despite the limitations of the image resolution, the remnant buildings (from the former meat packing business) being used as a foundry supply warehouse can be seen on the southeast corner of the study site, and the remainder of the undeveloped site shows various degrees of land disturbance with several paths transecting the site, suggestive of a fill operation. Insight into possible dates for filling operations may be gained from observations made relative to adjacent properties as well. As mentioned before, Lancasters Miller Park Wellfield is located immediately north (across West Wheeling Street) from the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. As early as April 1884, the Lancaster Water Power House is shown as being located on the northwest corner of Wheeling Street and the Ohio Canal (present-day Memorial Drive) on Sanborn maps included in Lancasters Potential Contaminant Source Inventory (URS, 1993b). The Lancaster Water Treatment Plant is present on the 1938 aerial photograph (Figure 7) and still occupies the same location 130 years later. A memorial plaque located adjacent to a tree approximately fifty feet north of West Wheeling Street (and across the street from the Fairfield County Sheriffs office) in the Miller Park Wellfield indicates that the tree was planted in honor of General William T. Sherman and was presented by the Department of Ohio Womans Relief Corps in 1928 (Figures 1 and 8). The Womans Relief Corps is an Order of the Sons of Veterans of the United States of America that was originally open only to Union soldiers and their heirs, but later expanded to include all those who wished to honor such soldiers. Similarly a second plaque adjacent to a tree approximately Figure 6. 2012 delineation of 100-year floodplain (blue hachures) and floodway (red hachures) in the site vicinity (Fairfield County Auditors site). LincolnAve.Memorial Dr. (Front St.)West Wheeling St.Hocking RiverLancaster Water Treatment PlantGas StationAltenFoundryremnant buildingssuspected filling activetyLancaster Miller Park Well Field/Figure 7.1938 aerial photographof site showing remnant buildings(former meat packingoperation) used as foundry supplywarehouse and suspected fill activites(Fairfield CountySoil and WaterConservation District).Figure 8. Looking south at the tree (and commemorative plaque) in Miller Park Wellfield planted in honor of General Sherman in 1928. Note the proximity of the current Fairfield County Sheriffs Office in the background. 17 100 feet to the northwest, indicates that another tree (now dead) was planted in 1928 to honor Kate Brownlee Sherwood, Past President of the Womans Relief Corps (Figures 1, 9 and 10). The significant feature about the trees in the Miller Park Wellfield is that they are surrounded by a rock enclosure with the trunks of the trees being exposed several feet below grade (Figure 11). Presumably, the trees were planted and then the area was filled. In order to prevent the trees from being girdled and killed when the tree trunk was covered by soil, the rock enclosures were built and a depression was left around the tree trunks. This indicates that the filling on the Miller Park Wellfield Property took place after 1928. Evidence of filling in the southwest portion of the wellfield, where wells 4 and 16 are located, is similarly evident today by the presence of a guard rail denoting a change in elevation that transects the wellfield from east to west approximately 400 feet north of West Wheeling Street and west of the road that leads to the swimming pool (Figures 1 and 12). Also, it is expected that filling of the old Hocking River channel took place on the Miller Park property similar to the filling on the proposed Fairfield County Jail site. The presence of fill materials in borings and wells in the Miller Park Wellfield is documented on publically-available well logs as early as 1944 and as late as 1979, ranging in depth from four to 25 feet. The 1938 aerial photograph shows one other land use of interest. A building can be seen at the southwest corner of West Wheeling Street and Memorial Drive (aka Front Street). Based upon historic (revisions to the 1929 map in 1933, 1945 and 1949, collectively) Sanborn maps for the area, this structure is identified as a gas station. As previously noted, this is still the site of a service station. Of interest is the shape of the parcel that forms the property of the service station. Figure 1 shows the odd-shaped semi-circle that forms the western boundary of the property. This semi-circle seems to correspond with the wide portion of the old Ohio Canal shown in Figure 2, but the projection of the parcel map show that it is offset to the southwest. Figure 5 shows that by 1904, the canal has been filled in, but the shape of the property seems still to reflect the former presence of the wide portion of the canal. Further historic land use of the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility site during the latter half of the twentieth century (1950 to 1999) was compiled based upon the chain-of-title search, and a review of Phase I environmental site assessment reports, geotechnical studies and sanitary surveys available for the parcels that comprise the study site. As previously detailed in Section 2.2, Review of Previous Property Ownership, on July 8, 1954, George H. Alten deeded a 2.4 acre tract of land in the northwest corner of the site (current property tax parcel 0536001800) to Herbert Welsh and Harry Lemley who developed the site with a commercial building that was leased to The Kroger Company for use as a grocery store. Subsequent deeded transfers of the property to Brown Gold Realty on July 6, 1956, C. Hart Manufacturing Company on January 16, 1961, and Anncor Company, Inc. on January 16, 1961 continue to acknowledge the lease agreement with The Kroger Company and the apparent commercial use of the site as a grocery store until approximately1979. According to the Phase I environmental site assessment report for the property (Beling Consultants, 1992), in 1980 American Electric Power (AEP) became a new tenant and remodeled the existing building for use as administrative offices. AEP occupied the building until 1990 when they relocated into their new offices on West Main Street and North Memorial Drive. The building remained unoccupied until Anncor Company, Inc. deeded the property to the Fairfield Board of Figure 9. Looking south at the dead tree in Miller Park Wellfield. The tree was originally planted in 1928 by the Womans Relief Corps. Note the proximity of the current Fairfield County Sheriffs Office in the background. Figure 10. Close-up of the Womens Relief Corp plaque commemorating the planting of the tree. Figure 11. Depression around the trunk of the General Sherman tree in the Miller Park Wellfield showing the approximate original grade at the time of planting. Figure 12. Guardrail in Miller Park Wellfield (on left) delineating a change in grade with Well 4 in the center of the photograph. Guardrail Well #4 20 Commissioners on September 28, 1992 whereupon the building was remodeled for its current use as a minimum security jail. With regard to the remaining approximately 4.8 acre portion of the site (current property tax parcels 0536801700 and 0536001700), this property remained deeded to George H. Alten, subject to lease and mortgage agreements starting in July 1962. Based upon findings from the Phase I environmental site assessment report (Lawhon and Associates, 1993), the site was developed with a building that was used for retail and commercial purposes until the early 1980s (Charley Horse Saloon) after which the building sat vacant for approximately ten years prior to demolition in 1993. Our supplemental chain-of-title search for this property showed that following George H. Altens death on October 13, 1970, The Huntington Trust Company, as Trustee under The George H. Alten Trust, dated February 25, 1969, was appointed co-executor of the estate on November 24, 1970 and Trustee of the 4.8 acre parcel listed as Tract No. 30 on the Certificate for Transfer of Real Estate. The Huntington Trust Company remained the Trustee of the parcel until deeded to the Fairfield County Board of Commissioners on March 5, 1993. 21 SECTION 3 SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION 3.1 Introduction Based on our review of Phase 1 and geotechnical reports for the site, we developed a preliminary understanding of the site. The following is a brief summary of the salient information in the reports that focused our investigation. The Phase 1 report for the current jail parcel (Beling Consultants, 1992) concluded that no environmental hazards were identified on the subject property. Although no subsurface investigation was conducted, it was noted during the site visit that borings had been placed around the existing Charley Horse building (on the adjacent parcel). According to a telephone conversation record in Appendix D of the report by Beling Consultants (1992), Glimsher Company (a developer) had contracted the installation of borings, but no information on the borings was made available by Glimsher (and we have not seen these borings). The Environmental Assessment Report for the Charley Horse Property (Lawhon & Associates, 1993) was performed when the vacant building was present on the property and focused primarily on the environmental conditions within the building and review of environmental databases. However, this report noted the presence of a Marathon Service Station on the adjacent property with six underground tanks that were installed approximately two years earlier. The report concluded that There is currently no evidence to suggest that the existence of USTs at this service station have adversely affected the subject property. The report contained no subsurface site-specific information. The Wellhead Protection Plan for the City of Lancaster, Ohio Miller Park Wellfield (URS, 1993a) provided general geologic and hydrogeologic data about the subsurface deposits underlying the site. The report also contained a model of groundwater flow conditions indicating that the site was modeled as an unconfined aquifer (having no confining layer between the aquifer and the surface). This model was used to delineate the capture zone of the wells and to identify one, two, three, four and five year time-of-travel zones to the wellfield. The site is located (as expected) within the one-year time-of-travel to the wells. Although a location map of wells in the wellfield by number was not available to us, a visual search for wells close to the site was performed in the Miller Park Wellfield. Wells 4 and 16 are approximately 400 feet and 190 feet north of site, respectively (Figure 1). Two additional wells, located along Wheeling Street (close to the water tower and maintenance building and inside the barbed wire fence), are closer to the site and are approximately 60 and 95 feet north of the site (Figure 1). Although the municipal wells are numbered, it was possible to discern only the first number of each well. The well closest to the water tower is well 1_, while the well closest to the maintenance building is well 2_. The Preliminary Potential Contaminant Source Inventory for the City of Lancaster Miller Park Wellfield (URS, 1993b) shows that the site is located within the one year time of travel for the wellfield. This report also contained copies of Sanborn maps for the years 1884, 1889, 22 1893, 1899, 1904, 1910, 1919, 1929 and 1929 revised in 1933, 1943 and 1949. Although the report identified 47 potential pollution sources within the one-year time of travel and a total of 310 potential sources within the five year time of travel, neither current nor past site activities were listed as a potential pollution source. The fill activities that took place on both the proposed Fairfield County Jail site and on the southwest portion of the Miller Park Wellfield were not mentioned in the report. Although the information was not available to us at the time of project development, as a follow-up to the potential pollution inventory, the City of Lancaster installed twelve (eight shallow and four deep) groundwater monitoring wells within the five-year time-of-travel to presumably monitor potential sources of contamination. Two monitoring wells, one shallow (MW-4S) and one deep (MW-4D) were installed just north of the Fairfield County Maintenance Garage on Parcel 0536801700 on September 29, 1995 and October 2, 1995, respectively (Figure 1). The well logs (ODNR Well log numbers 816585 and 816586, respectively) show five feet of Fill Subase (sic) + Foundry Sand was encountered at the surface. No special construction or completion methods for these wells are noted in the logs. Once installed, these (and the other ten groundwater monitoring wells) were sampled once each quarter for a year. According to URS Greiner (1996) No primary MCLs established by the OEPA were exceeded in any of the samples collected from any of the 12 monitoring wells. On May 19, 1994, Beling Consultants reviewed what appears to be a geotechnical report prepared by BBC&M Engineering, Inc. (Beling Consultants, 1994). The conclusions and recommendations sections of the report were attached to Belings review. It appears as though at least eight borings were drilled on the Charley Horse site in anticipation of a building addition (although no borings or locations were available). According to the BBC&M report, Seepage was encountered during drilling at depths between 11.0 and 27.5 feet below the ground surface in all Borings except B-11 and after drilling water levels ranged from 8.8 to 24.7 feet. The report also noted a noticeable sheen and a hydrocarbon odor from 12 to 13.5 feet in boring B-9 (location unknown) when water was encountered. The report concludes that this site is covered with up to 12.5 feet of fill which consists of both cohesive and granular soils mixed with possible foundry sand, slag, brick fragments, glass, wire, wood and ash in varying proportions. Apparently two test pits were also excavated at the site as part of the BBC&M investigation (Beling Consultants, 1994). In test pit 1 (location unknown), a layer of dark-gray fine to medium sand was encountered. It is possible that this material is foundry sand[if] this layer is removed from the ground, environmental regulations may require that this material be disposed of in a landfill. An environmental analysis of this material is beyond the scope of this project, however, it has been brought to our attention that the Environmental Protection Agency prefers to classify foundry sand as a hazardous material. A geotechnical investigation was performed on the Charley Horse property in 1999 for the Fairfield County Board of Commissioners relating to a proposed Juvenile Detention Center (Solar, 1999). During this investigation, 14 borings were advanced from 10 to 60 feet, with a concentration of deeper borings in the area of the existing concrete slab. Figure 13 shows the locations of the borings. Similar to the BBC&M subsurface investigation, fill was encountered in each of the borings at depths ranging from 6 to 18.5 feet below the surface. The fill was Figure 13. Boring locations (Solar, 1999). 24 typically described as silty sand with glass, brick fragments, cinders, slag, shale and sandstone fragments, and gravel. One boring encountered wood and rubber (B2) and another reported metal and roofing material (B3). Water was encountered in five borings at depths of 10 to 13.5 feet (either slightly above or just at the fill/natural material interface. Similar to the BBC&M investigation, two borings (B4 and B10) encountered water at 23.5 feet in the underlying sandy organic silt and silty sand and gravel. Solar (1999) identified A preexisting marshy area evidenced by organic silt and clay layers encountered in borings B1, B3, B4, B10, and B12. Although Solar (1999) postulated that These deposits are probably largely resultant of decomposed vegetation and alluvial and lacustrine deposits in former floodplains, it is more likely that these borings are representative of the former Hocking River trace before it was channelized (Figure 2). Similarly, descriptions of materials immediately underlying the fill in borings B-6, B-8 (and in B-2 after one foot of clay) indicate that the underlying deposits are dirty sands with gravels, as opposed to the silty clays and organic deposits indicated on the rest of the site. Also during this subsurface investigation, Solar (1999) screened all samples with a photoionization detector (PID) in the field for the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) after allowing the sample to offgas in a jar for approximately 20 minutes. According to the report, One collected sample (Boring B2, S2, 3.5 5.0), within the fills produced an elevated VOC reading. All other samples produced no reading on the PID. The sample with a field detection was sent for laboratory analysis by EPA Methods 8015A (for gasoline range organics) and EPA Method 418.1, which measures Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH), including heavier petroleum fractions. While the analysis for Method 8015A was below detection limits, the analysis using Method 418.1 showed a hydrocarbon content of 224 mg/kg. The report concluded that The analytical results of this sample may warrant further investigations, dependant (sic) on the intended use of the site. Particularly if proposed fills are to be removed from the site, further characterization may be warranted. In 2007, Shremshock Architects completed an analysis of four sites for potential location of the new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. The current site was discussed as Site #2 in the document. Shremshock (2007) did not perform additional subsurface investigations, but, rather, quoted the 1992 Phase 1 Environmental Report on the existing jail parcel (Beling Consultants, 1992) and the BBC&M report reviewed by Beling Consultants(1994) for environmental information. They concluded that As the projects design evolves, environmental authorities may require some degree of onsite environmental work. In 2011, Geotechnical Consultants, Inc. performed subsurface geotechnical exploration for preliminary design of foundations for a conceptual design of the Fairfield County Jail presented by Wachtel & McAnally Architects (Geotechnical Consultants, Inc., 2011). During the investigation, six borings were installed to depths of 25 or 30 feet at or near the suggested locations within the proposed structure footprint. Figure 14 shows the outline of the proposed structure, the location of the borings and an approximate location of the Hocking River prior to channelization between 1884 and 1889 (Geotechnical Consultants, Inc., 2011). 26 Similar to previous subsurface investigations, Geotechnical Consultants, Inc. (2011) encountered fill in all borings ranging from 9 to 17.5 feet below grade. The fill was characterized as primarily dark brown/black foundry sand...with varying but generally minor amounts of slag, glass, and brick. Occasional zones of slightly plastic silty, clayey sand (SC-SM) or low plasticity clayey sand (SC) were encountered within the fill. Water seepage was noted in all six borings. Four borings (B-1, B-2, B-3, and B-6) had water levels that were above the base of the fill materials. Boring B-5 had a depth to water of 12.5 feet in the natural dark organic clay layer immediately underlying the fill and B-4 had a water level of 16.5 feet in the underlying natural sand formation. With regard to materials immediately underlying the fill, Geotechnical Consultants, Inc. (2011) found natural cohesive soils, varying from non-organic to organic and from moderate to high plasticity, immediately below the fill in the (sic) five of the six boring locations. Boring B-3 was underlain by brown silty clayey sand with gravel below the deep fill cover at 17.5 feet below the surface. The report makes preliminary recommendations relative to foundations for the proposed structure. 3.2 Investigation Design The reports described in Section 3.1 indicated that the site was underlain by 6 to 18.5 feet of variable fill material that reportedly contained, among other things, foundry sands, slag, cinders, brick and glass. With the exception of one reported TPH concentration of 224 mg/kg at a depth of 3.5-5.0 feet by Solar (1999), the chemical characteristics of the underlying fill materials, relative to the presence of environmentally regulated substances were undocumented to date. Further, zones of saturation had been encountered in the fill materials. Historical site usage included operation of a slaughterhouse, filling by possible foundry sands and other materials as well as the presence of an automotive service station at the southwest corner of West Wheeling Street and Memorial Drive since at least 1938. Utilizing the preliminary architectural drawings for the new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility, an initial drilling program was proposed to include 10 soil borings beneath the footprint of the proposed facility. Figure 15 shows the location of the proposed jail (red outline), possible expansion area (green outline), and Sheriffs Office (light pink outline on the west side of the site) as well as the location of the originally-conceived 10 borings (BW-1 through BW-10). The soil borings were restricted in depth to the bottom of the fill materials that were in contact with underlying native soils. The borings were to be used to characterize the depth and stratigraphy of the fill materials, collect fill material samples for environmental analysis, and visually observe the fill materials for the possible presence of hazardous substances and petroleum products. The layout of the borings was designed to provide uniform spatial coverage beneath the proposed building and roughly coincide with the architects pattern of proposed geotechnical borings for foundation design. When a saturated zone of adequate thickness for groundwater sampling was encountered, a temporary monitoring well was to be installed and completed. BW9 BW8BW7BW6BW5BW4BW3BW2BW1BW9A BW8ABW7ABW10BW10A/0 50 100 15025 FeetFigure 15.Sampling locationswith proposedbuilding footprint.1 inch = 100 feet28 Due to the unknown character of the fill, soil samples were proposed to be submitted to a laboratory for analysis for a broad range of potential contaminants. No attempt was made to limit the analytes based on potential land use or types of historic activities. A minimum of one sample per boring was proposed to be analyzed for the following parameters based on soil volume, field screening, and visual observations: 1) toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) for metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and semi-volatile organic compounds using EPA sample extraction Method 1311 and analytical Methods 6010B/7470A/8260B/8260C; 2) total concentration of target analyte list metals using EPA analytical Methods 6010B/7471A; 3) total concentration of target compound list VOCs using EPA Methods 5035 and 5035A for sample collection, preservation, and handling in addition to EPA analytical Method 8260B; and 4) total concentration of target compound list semi-volatile organics using EPA analytical Method 8270C. Soil samples from selected borings were also proposed to be submitted to the laboratory if screening or observations indicated the presence of petroleum-contaminated soils. In this instance, samples were proposed to be analyzed for both gasoline range organics (GROs) and diesel range organics (DROs) using EPA analytical method 8015C in an attempt to characterize the type of petroleum product encountered in the subsurface. Because known, multiple types of petroleum products have been used and are currently used on contiguous properties at the site, characterization of the petroleum hydrocarbons found in the ground was contemplated. Groundwater samples were also proposed to be collected when sufficient saturation for the installation of a groundwater monitoring well was present. Each monitoring well was proposed to be sampled for: the target analyte list of metals using EPA analytical Methods 6010B/7470B and the target compound list of VOCs using EPA Method 8260B. 3.3 Drilling and Soil Sampling Prior to initiation of the subsurface investigation, ten preliminary boring locations were identified within the footprint of the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. The preliminary locations were provided to Fairfield County on March 14, 2014. On March 17, 2014, we met with representatives from Fairfield County to mark the locations in the field and to discuss potential underground obstacles when drilling. Once the locations were marked, the Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS) was called. OUPS must be called at least 48 hours but no more than 10 working days (excluding weekends and legal holidays) before digging. OUPS informed us that their network did not include Lancaster sewer or storm lines and provided a telephone number to call. Jason Westfall, the Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator for the City of Lancaster, requested a map of the preliminary boring locations, which was provided on March 18, 2014. 29 Mr. Westfall forwarded a map of underground water and sewer lines on the property, none of which coincided with the proposed boring locations. Similarly, OUPS did not notify us of potential underground lines at the proposed boring locations. The initial subsurface investigation was conducted on March 20 and 21, 2014. Ten borings (BW-1 through BW-10) were installed by Wrights Drilling using a CME 75 drilling rig and 4 inch inside diameter hollow stem augers. At the time of drilling, the borings were located using GPS technology. The location of the borings is shown on Figure 15. Appendix A contains pictures of field activities for the project (Figure A-1 shows the drilling rig and set-up for drilling). Continuous split spoon samples were collected in accordance with ASTM Standard D1586 (Figure A-2). Blow counts were recorded for all intervals. All drilling cuttings were containerized in 55-gallon drums meeting ODOT specification 17H. The drums of soil were labeled with date and locations where the soil was collected (Figure A-3). A total of four drums were used. All drums were placed on pallets and moved into the Fairfield County Maintenance Garage by County personnel for safe storage until receipt of analytical results (Figure A-4). (Based on the analytical results, the soil will be disposed at a solid waste disposal facility.) Split spoon samplers were washed with Alconox detergent and rinsed between each sample. At the end of each boring, the augers and pilot bit were cleaned by pressure washing with a hot water pressure washer (Figure A-5). All water used to clean the equipment was containerized and placed in 55-gallon drums meeting ODOT specification 17H. The drums of water were labeled with date and source of the water (Figure A-6). A total of two drums were used. The drums were placed on pallets (Figure A-4) and moved into the Fairfield County Maintenance Garage by County personnel for safe storage pending receipt of analytical results from monitoring well sampling. (Based on the analytical results, the water will be disposed at the Fairfield County wastewater treatment plant.) Upon retrieval and opening of the split spoon sampler, the soil was field-screened using a MiniRAE300 photoionization detector (PID) with an 11.7 volt lamp (Figure A-7). The detector was passed slowly over the core and the reading was recorded in a field book. Selected intervals (based on visual observations) in each boring were chosen for jar-headspace screening wherein a sample was placed in a glass jar, the opening covered with aluminum foil, and stored in a heated box for at least 20 minutes. The headspace was then screened using the PID. Once the sample had been field screened with the PID, measurements of sample recovery were made, and the sample was logged in a field notebook by a geologist (Figure A-8). Appendix B contains the boring logs. Soil samples were concomitantly collected for laboratory analysis. Due to soil sample volume limitations (e.g. the number of jars that needed to be filled for analysis), soil samples were collected at different intervals in each boring for different analytes. An effort was made to select different intervals for different analytes in borings, where other observations did not dictate analyte selection. Table 1 shows the locations, intervals, and analytes analyzed. Soil samples for analysis of target compound list VOCs were collected using a Terra Core Sampler, which is designed to prevent loss of volatile compounds and transferred to glass vials provided by the laboratory (Figures A-9 and A-10). All other samples were collected by placing soil directly into glass jars provided by the laboratory (Figure A-11). All samples were collected while wearing nitrile gloves, which were changed between samples. Table 1. Location and depth (in feet below ground) of analytes in soil samplesBW-1 BW-2 BW-3 BW-4 BW-5 BW-6 BW-7 BW-7A BW-8 BW-8A BW-9 BW-9A BW-10 BW-10ATCLP RCRA Metals 6-10 1-2, 4-8 2-6 2-6, 6-8 2-5, 6-9 4-6, 6-8 4-6, 6-8 .5-2, 2-4 4-8 0-2, 4-6TCLP Mercury 6-10 1-2, 4-8 2-6 2-6, 6-8 2-5, 6-9 4-6, 6-8 4-6, 6-8 .5-2, 2-4 4-8 0-2, 4-6TCLP Semivolatiles 6-10 1-2, 4-8 2-6 2-6, 6-8 2-5, 6-9 6-8 4-6, 6-8 .5-2, 2-4 4-8 0-2, 4-6TCLP Volatiles 6-8 6-8 6-7.5 0.5-2 4-6 6-8 4-6 2-4 0-2 2-4TAL ICP Metals 4-6, 10-12 2-4 1.5-2, 2-4 2-4, 8-10 1-2, 10-11 1-2, 4-6 2-4, 6-8 4-6, 6-8 2-4 2-4TAL Metals Mercury 4-6, 10-12 2-4 1.5-2, 2-4 2-4, 8-10 1-2, 10-11 1-2, 4-6 2-4, 6-8 4-6, 6-8 2-4 2-4TCL VOCs 4-6 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-6 1-2 2-4* 2-4 4-6* 4-6 0-2* 0-2 2-4* 2-4TCL SVOCs 4-6, 10-12 2-4 1.5-2, 2-4 2-4, 8-10 1-2, 10-11 1-2, 4-6 2-4, 6-8 4-6, 6-8 2-4 2-4GRO (C-6 to C-10) 8-9 6-8DRO (C-10-C-28) 8-9 6-8*Holding time compromised in sample. Re-collected in companion boring.31 Samples were placed in a cooler with ice. At the end of each day, chain-of-custody forms were completed, the coolers were sealed, and the samples were shipped via Federal Express to Test America in North Canton, Ohio for next-day delivery. Because the second day of drilling was on a Friday, these samples were shipped for Saturday delivery to the laboratory due to short laboratory holding times for the target compound list VOC samples. Borings were terminated in native materials at the bottom of the fill. Borings ranged in depth from 8 feet (BW-3 and BW-10) to 14 feet (BW-6). Fill depths ranged from 7.5 feet (BW-3) to 11 feet (BW-1). Table 2 shows the depth of fill, depth of the borings, depth to water during drilling and a description of the materials immediately underlying the fill. Appendix B contains logs for the borings. In general, our investigation confirmed the presence of and characteristics of fill materials that had been previously described by Solar (1999) and Geotechnical Consultants, Inc., (2011). The fill consisted primarily of foundry sand with occasional brick fragments, glass pieces, coal, wood pieces, shale, limestone and sandstone fragments, slag, metal (wire), and ceramic tile. Although there had been some anecdotal information about possible burial of trash or garbage at the site, neither our investigation nor other previous subsurface investigations indicated that such materials were found. Our investigation similarly corroborated the types of materials immediately underlying the fill. Similar to descriptions by Solar (1999) and Geotechnical Consultants, Inc. (2011), materials within what appeared to be the former Hocking River channel were wetter and had a higher organic content. Materials encountered within what was probably the floodplain area consisted primarily of sandy, silty clays and clayey silts. Materials that were primarily further to the east were characterized by silty and clayey sands (with or without gravel). Table 2 presents the materials found to be immediately underlying the fill in the borings drilled as part of this investigation. Where water was not encountered during drilling (BW-2, BW-3, BW-5, BW-6, BW-7, BW-8, BW-9, and BW-10), the borings were abandoned by mixing a slurry of bentonite and emplacing it by pumping (Figure A-12). Borings were filled to approximately one foot below grade (Figure A-13). Quickrete was mixed by hand and placed in the top of the boring (Figure A-14). Water was encountered during drilling in two borings (BW-1 and BW-4). During drilling, there was approximately 1.5 feet of water in the bottom of the fill in BW-1 (10 feet below grade) and wet at the interface between the fill and underlying clayey silt in B-4 (10 feet below grade). Once again, our investigation confirmed the findings of previous investigations with regard to the occasional presence of water within the fill materials, primarily at the interface with the underlying in-situ deposits. Temporary monitoring wells were completed in both borings (B-1 and B-4) by installing 2-inch PVC casing with five feet of 10-slot screen surrounded by a #4 Parry filter pack (Figure A-15). The filter pack was extended two feet above the screen in monitoring well B-1. Due to Table 2. Summary of encountered subsurface conditions.Borehole Surface LayerDepth of Fill (feet)Bottom of Boring Depth (feet)Depth to Water During Drilling (feet )Depth to Water in Monitoring Well (feet) Materials Under FillBW-1 Concrete 11 12 10 9.5 Damp, grayish brown organic SILTBW-2 Asphalt 9 10 None Moist, brown SANDBW-3 Asphalt 7.5 8 None Damp to moist, brown CLAYEY SILTBW-4 Concrete 10 12 10 10 Moist to wet, dark gray CLAYEY SILTBW-5 Concrete 10 12 None Damp to moist, gray CLAYEY SILTBW-6 Asphalt 8 14 None Damp, gray SILT (2 feet), then brown SANDBW-7 Asphalt 7.8 10 NoneDamp to moist, light gray mottled with yellowish brown SILTY CLAYBW-8 Asphalt 8.5 10 None Damp to moist, dark gray CLAYEY SILTBW-9 Asphalt 8.2 10 None Damp, brown CLAYEY SILTBW-10 Asphalt 7.75 8 None Moist, brown CLAYEY SILT33 vertical depth limitations, the filter pack was only extended one foot above the filter pack in monitoring well B-4. The remaining annular space in both temporary monitoring wells was filled with 3/8-inch Holeplug. The wells were completed at the surface with flush-mount protectors with an inside locking cap (Figures A-16 and A-17). Appendix C contains the completion diagrams for the temporary monitoring wells and the drillers logs submitted to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). On Monday, March 24, 2014, we were notified by Test America that the soil samples that had been shipped on Friday (for Saturday delivery) had not been delivered until Monday. The laboratory informed us that while the temperature of the cooler had remained below 4oC, analysis of the target compound list VOC samples would be outside the laboratory method holding time. This affected the target compound list VOC samples from BW-7, BW-8, BW-9 and BW-10 only. Subsequent checking with Federal Express showed that the delivery person had simply made a mistake and had missed the Saturday delivery notation. A decision was made to analyze the target compound list VOC samples, but also to re-collect the samples for target compound list VOCs. On March 31, 2014, Wrights Drilling rig, a CME-75, was re-mobilized to the site. Because no monitoring wells were to be installed, 2 -inch inside diameter hollow stem augers were used to drill the borings. Borings BW-7A, BW-8A, BW-9A, and BW-10A were each drilled one foot west of the previous boring locations (Figure 15). In order to re-collect the target compound list VOC samples that had been delivered late to the laboratory, it was decided to drill without sampling to the top of the desired sampling interval. A split spoon sample was then collected from the previously-sampled interval. Blow counts were recorded, recovery was measured, and the sample was logged (Appendix B). A Terra Core Sampler was used to collect samples and place them in glass bottles received from the laboratory. Samples were collected from 0 to 2 feet (BW-9A), 2 to 4 feet (BW-7A and BW-10A), and 4 to 6 feet (BW-8A). The samples were placed on ice, the chain-of-custody was prepared, the cooler was sealed, and the samples were taken to Federal Express for shipment to Test America, North Canton, Ohio. As before, all split spoon samplers were washed between samples with Alconox and rinsed. The augers and pilot bit were cleaned with a high pressure washer between borings. All wash water was contained and placed in a separate 55 gallon drum meeting ODOT specification 17H. The drum was labeled with the date and the source of the water. Similarly, all drill cuttings were containerized in a separate 55 gallon drum meeting ODOT specification 17H. The drum was labeled with the boring numbers and the date. One new drum for water and one new drum for soil were used during this field mobilization. The two drums were moved into the Fairfield County Maintenance Garage by County personnel for safe storage pending receipt of analytical results. (Based on the analytical results, the soil will be disposed at a solid waste disposal facility). Due to the shallowness of the borings, all borings were abandoned by filling with 3/8-inch Holeplug to within six inches of the surface. The remainder of the borehole was filled with Quickrete to be even with the surrounding asphalt. 34 3.4 Groundwater Sampling As mentioned previously, two monitoring wells were installed in the only locations where water was encountered during drilling (BW-1 and BW-4). The monitoring wells were allowed to equilibrate for 10 days prior to sample collection. No attempt was made to develop the wells due to the minimal amount of water in the wells and the high fines content in the surrounding fill. Sampling was conducted on March 31, 2014. Prior to sampling, the water level was measured in each monitoring well with a Solinst Model 101 electric measuring tape (Figure A-18). The water level was approximately 9.5 feet below the ground surface in BW-1 and almost 10 feet below grade in BW-4. While monitoring well BW-1 had 1.63 feet of water, monitoring well BW-4 had only .5 feet. The monitoring wells were purged using disposable polyethylene bailers that were gently lowered into the water column to minimize turbidity. Despite best efforts to minimize turbidity, the water quickly became black due to the fines in the adjacent fill (Figure A-19). A minimum of three times the volume of water in the well was removed prior to sample collection. All water was containerized and added to the wash water drum that had been used earlier in the day for drilling activities (Figure A-20). (Based on the analytical results, the water will be disposed at the Fairfield County wastewater treatment plant.) Samples were collected using disposable polyethylene bailers that were gently lowered into the water column. Field parameters of pH, temperature, and conductivity were measured in the field prior to sample collection with an Oakton PC-10. Measurements of pH indicated that the groundwater was neutral, while temperature was approximately 55o F (a typical temperature for groundwater year-round). During purging, the water had become black with fines and turbidity was excessive. An attempt was made to measure turbidity with a Hach 2100P Turbidity Meter, but an error reading indicated that the turbidity was in excess of 1000 NTUs. While volatile samples are not affected by the presence of turbidity, Purging and sampling in a manner that produces low-turbidity water is particularly important when analyzing for total metals, which may exhibit artificially elevated concentrations in high-turbidity samples (Gibbons and Sara, 1993). When sampling for contaminants or parameters that may be biased by turbidity, Ohio EPA recommends stabilizing the turbidity readings below 10 NTUs (Yeskis and Zavala, 2002) (Ohio EPA, 2012). In these temporary wells, it was not possible to stabilize the turbidity. Therefore, an alternate strategy was employed to collect representative samples. Samples were collected for both total metals and dissolved metals. Dissolved metals samples were collected by passing the sample through a 0.45 micron filter (thus, reducing the turbidity) prior to placing the sample in a bottle preserved with nitric acid (Figure A-21). Total metals samples were collected without filtration and with excessive turbidity. All samples were collected wearing latex gloves that were changed between samples. It should be noted that BW-4 was sampled first. After purging and collection of samples for volatiles and total metals, the well was dry. Monitoring well BW-1 was sampled while monitoring well BW-4 was allowed to recharge. After sampling was completed at BW-1, enough water had recharged in BW-4 to collect samples for dissolved metals. 35 Samples were placed in bottles provided by the laboratory. A trip blank for VOCs was included in the cooler when it arrived from the laboratory and was returned to the laboratory for anlaysis. Samples were placed on ice, a chain-of-custody was prepared, the cooler was sealed, and delivered to Federal Express for next day receipt at Test America in North Canton, Ohio. Soil samples from borings BW-7A, BW-8A, BW-9A, and BW-10A were shipped in the same cooler. 3.5 Temporary Monitoring Well Abandonment On May 29, 2014, Wrights Drilling was mobilized to abandon the two temporary monitoring wells, BW-1 and BW-4. The wells were abandoned by pulling the casing and screen from the well with a CME-75 drilling rig (Figures A-22 and A-23). The void was filled with Type I/II Portland cement by pouring from the surface (due to the minimal amount of water in the void). The flush-mounted protector was left in place because it would have been necessary to disturb a larger surface area of the parking lot (Figure A-24). The top 8 to 12 inches was filled with Quickrete that was mixed by hand and finished to be level with the surrounding concrete pad (Figure A-25). No soil or water was generated during the process. Appendix D contains the Water Well Sealing Reports filed with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) by Wrights Drilling. 36 SECTION 4 ANALYTICAL RESULTS 4.1 Introduction The scope of work of this project was to conduct an initial subsurface environmental sampling and analysis program to develop information about the chemical characteristics of the existing fill materials underlying the proposed footprint of the new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. Specifically, the objective of the investigation was to evaluate these fill materials for the possible presence of hazardous substances that would warrant the need for environmental management of the material during future site redevelopment. In addition, the scope included collection of representative groundwater samples from existing saturated zones within the fill materials for the possible presence of hazardous substances. At issue was the need to environmentally characterize these materials so as to exercise due care with respect to any future excavation or other disturbance of the fill materials during construction activities. Further, the environmental characterization of the fill materials necessitates a high degree of confidence in that the site of the proposed new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility is located immediately adjacent to and within the designated wellhead protection area for Lancasters Miller Park Wellfield. As previously described, soil samples were collected for: 1) toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) for metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and semi-volatile organic compounds using EPA sample extraction Method 1311 and analytical Methods 6010B/7470A/8260B/8260C; 2) total concentration of target analyte list metals using EPA analytical Methods 6010B/7471A; 3) total concentration of target compound list VOCs using EPA Methods 5035 and 5035A for sample collection, preservation, and handling in addition to EPA analytical Method 8260B; 4) total concentration of target compound list semi-volatile organics using EPA analytical Method 8270C; and 5) both gasoline range organics (GROs) and diesel range organics (DROs) using EPA analytical method 8015C. Groundwater samples were analyzed for: 1) total concentration of the target analyte list metals using EPA analytical Methods 6010B/7470B; 37 2) dissolved concentrations of target analyte list metals using EPA analytical Methods 6010B/7470B; and 3) the target compound list of VOCs using EPA Method 8260B. The following sections present the analytical results, the regulatory framework under which the results were interpreted, and the implications for future site development, soil use and disposition. 4.2 Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure in Soils (TCLP) 4.2.1 Introduction At the time the investigation was begun, the source and chemical characteristics of the fill materials were not known to us. Therefore, the investigation was designed to characterize and eliminate classifications of waste, as possible. Hazardous waste is considered the worst kind of waste and has the most restrictive handling and disposal requirements. Therefore, tests were performed to determine if hazardous wastes were present at the site. Hazardous wastes are regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and regulated by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), Division of Material and Waste Management. Wastes are considered hazardous by two different criteria: definition and characteristics. Hazardous wastes that are hazardous by definition are included into lists published by the Agency (OAC 3745-51-30 to 3745-51-35) and are organized into categories, the F-list, the K-list, and the P-list and U-list. The F-list identifies wastes from common manufacturing and industrial processes and is known as the non-specific source wastes list. The K-list includes certain wastes from specific industries and is known as the source-specific waste list. The P-list and U-list include specific commercial chemical products and is known as the discarded commercial chemical product list. Because the fill materials (foundry sand) are not listed wastes, this category was eliminated. Wastes can also be hazardous when the waste exhibits one or more of the characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity (OAC 3745-51-20 to 3745-51-24). According to OAC 3745-51-21(A)(2), a solid is considered ignitable if the material under standard temperature and pressure is capable of causing fire through friction, adsorption of moisture or spontaneous chemical changes and, when ignited, burns so vigorously and persistently that it creates a hazard. According to OAC 3745-51-22, the characteristic of corrosivity is exhibited only by liquids with a pH lower than 2 or higher than 12 or when the liquid corrodes steel at a rate greater than 6.35 mm (0.250 inch) per year. According to OAC 3745-51-23(A), a material exhibits reactivity when: (1) It is normally unstable and readily undergoes violent change without detonating. (2) It reacts violently with water. (3) It forms potentially explosive mixtures with water. 38 (4) When mixed with water, it generates toxic gases, vapors or fumes in a quantity sufficient to present a danger to human health or the environment. (5) It is a cyanide or sulfide bearing waste which, when exposed to pH conditions between two and 12.5, can generate toxic gases, vapors or fumes in a quantity sufficient to present a danger to human health or the environment. (6) It is capable of detonation or explosive reaction if it is subjected to a strong initiating source or if heated under confinement. (7) It is readily capable of detonation or explosive decomposition or reaction at standard temperature and pressure. Based on the definitions and characteristics of the observed fill materials, these characteristics were determined not to be exhibited. The remaining characteristic, toxicity by leaching potential, however, requires testing using the TCLP, Method 1311, to determine an extract concentration and comparison of that concentration to values in Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24 to confirm the absence or presence of constituents above the listed values. 4.2.2 TCLP Metals Results Seventeen samples were collected from ten borings for the eight RCRA metals, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, selenium, and silver. Samples were collected in the fill from intervals ranging from the ground surface to 10 feet below the surface. Samples were extracted using Method 1311 and analyzed by Methods 6010B and/or 7470A. Table 3 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as the TCLP regulatory levels from Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24. Appendices E, F, G and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that only two constituents, cadmium and lead, were detected above the reporting limit and that all eight RCRA metals were below the prescribed regulatory levels. 4.2.3 TCLP Volatile Organic Compounds Results One sample was collected from each of the ten borings for the ten regulated volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Samples were collected from intervals ranging from the ground surface to 8 feet below the ground surface. Samples were extracted using Method 1311 and analyzed by Method 8260B. Table 4 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as TCLP regulatory levels from Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24. Appendices E, F, G and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that no VOCs were detected above the laboratory reporting limit and, therefore well below prescribed regulatory levels. Table 3. Analytical results for TCLP of RCRA metalsWELL NUMBER BW1 BW2 BW2 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10 BW10 TCLPDepth 6-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-8 Ft 2-6 Ft 2-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-5 Ft 6-9 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft. 6-8 Ft 0.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-8 Ft 0-2 Ft 4-6 Ft RegulatorySample Date 03/20/201403/20/201403/20/201403/20/201403/20/201403/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 LevelsPARAMETER mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/LArsenic TCLP 0.017 J 0.0098 J 0.0095 J 0.0045 J 0.0065 J 0.0096 J 0.0078 J 0.012 J 0.0053J 0.0047 J 0.0044 J 0.0057 J 0.0033 J 0.0056 J 0.0043 J 0.0043 J 0.0046 J 5Barium TCLP 1.1 J B 0.99 J B 1.0 J B 1.5 J B 0.41 J B 0.87 J B 1.3 J B 1.2 J B 0.22 J B 0.53 J B 0.85 J B 0.38 J B 0.66 J B 0.98 J B 0.63 J B 0.25 J B 0.18 J B 100Cadmium TCLP 0.0074 J 0.54 0.0093 J 0.46 0.027 J 0.043 J 0.035 J 0.16 0.0075J 0.0020 J 0.014 J 0.0018J 0.024 J 0.015 J 0.0047 J 0.0027 J 0.0012 J 1Chromium TCLP 0.0062 J 0.0043 J 0.0041 J 0.0033 J 0.0031 J 0.0034 J 0.0042 J 0.0067 J 0.0030 J 0.0026 J 0.0092 J Table 4. Analytical results for TCLP VOCs.WELL NUMBER BW1 BW2 BW3 BW4 BW5 BW6 BW7 BW8 BW9 BW10 TCLPDepth 6-8 Ft 6-8 Ft 6-7.5 Ft 0.5-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 0-2 Ft 2-4 Ft RegulatorySample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 LevelsPARAMETER mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L1,1-Dichloroethene TCLP 41 4.2.4 TCLP Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds Results Sixteen samples were collected from ten borings for the twelve regulated semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs). Samples were collected from intervals ranging from the ground surface to 10 feet below the ground surface. Samples were extracted using Method 1311 and analyzed by Method 8270C. Table 5 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as TCLP regulatory levels from Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24. Appendices E, F, G and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that no SVOCs were detected above the laboratory reporting limit and, therefore, were below prescribed regulatory levels. 4.2.5 TCLP Summary Based on the analytical results for TCLP analyses of all regulated metals, VOCs and SVOCs, only two metals, cadmium and lead were detected above the laboratory reporting limit. However, no regulated compounds were detected above the regulatory limits set for designation of materials as hazardous waste in Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24. Therefore, the fill materials at the site are not considered to be hazardous wastes. Subsequent discussions with representatives of Ohio EPA confirmed the conclusion. 4.3 Characterization of Soils by Other Methods of Analysis 4.3.1 Introduction As mentioned above, at the time the investigation was begun, the source and chemical characteristics of the fill materials were not known to us. Therefore, in addition to performing analyses that would determine if the fill materials need to be handled as hazardous waste (which they do not), samples for total concentrations of the target analyte list of metals and total concentrations of the target compound lists for VOCs and SVOCs were also collected. In addition, selected samples were collected and analyzed for gasoline range organics (GRO) and diesel range organics (DRO) due to the proximity of the automotive service station. The purpose in collecting these samples was to characterize the fill materials so as to be able to exercise due care with respect to any future excavation or other disturbance of the fill materials during construction activities. As a preliminary indication of the magnitude of the concentrations of the individual metals, VOCs, and SVOCs, the results were compared to soil standards found in OAC 3745-300-08. Although this chapter of the Ohio Administrative Code, known as the Voluntary Action Program (VAP), applies specifically to voluntary clean-up of sites, the generic standards contained in the rules are often used to evaluate potential risks posed by concentrations of constituents. The Appendix to OAC 3745-300-08 contains generic numerical standards for hazardous substances and petroleum for complete exposure pathways for, among others, direct contact with hazardous substances in soil. Of particular application to this site were values for construction/excavation activities because of proposed construction activities at the site. WELL NUMBER BW1 BW2 BW2 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10 BW10 TCLPDepth 6-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-8 Ft 2-6 Ft 2-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-5 Ft 6-9 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 0.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-8 Ft 0-2 Ft 4-6 Ft RegulatorySample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 LevelsPARAMETER mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L1,4-Dichlorobenzene TCLP 43 The Appendix to OAC 3745-300-08 contains calculations of standards for both non-carcinogenic and carcinogenic effects (if applicable) of a particular constituent of concern. The generic direct contact soil standard for a single chemical is then presented based on the lower value of the two calculations and/or other factors as determined by Ohio EPA. In this evaluation, generic direct contact soil standards for construction/excavation activities were referenced for both the current regulations (effective March 2009) and the generic direct contact soil standards for construction/excavation activities that have been adopted, but will not be effective until August 1, 2014. The most conservative (lowest) number for each chemical from both of the rules was used for comparison. Although somewhat less applicable, generic direct contact soil standards for residential use were also reviewed as a conservative estimate of potential chemicals of concern. Generic direct contact soil standards for residential use assume that an individual will live at the site for thirty years (6 years as a child and 24 years as an adult) and that the exposure will be 24 hours per day. Further, the assumption is made that the individual will have direct contact with the soil during this time period. In fact, according to Fairfield County personnel, the residents at the jail spend an average of 14 days at the facility, even though misdemeanor sentences under ORC 2929.24 can add to 360 days. Apparently, if there is a felony 5 charge (which is rare in Fairfield County), the time at the facility could exceed a year, depending on multiple factors, with the longest recent duration resulting in a residence time of 18 months. Therefore, a residence time of one year is conservative. Further, the proposed site design shows that the fill materials on site will be either covered by a building or paved for a parking lot. Therefore, there will be no contact with the soils. Again, this scenario was evaluated as a very conservative approach to compare soil constituents that were potentially a concern. Finally, also less applicable, generic direct contact soil standards for commercial/industrial activities were also reviewed as another conservative estimate of potential chemicals of concern. Generic direct contact soil standards for commercial/industrial land use assume that a worker will be employed at the site for 25 years and that the exposure will be for 8 hours a day. The assumption is once again made that the individual will have direct contact with the soil during this time period. As mentioned before, the proposed site design shows that the fill materials on site will be either covered by a building or paved for a parking lot. Therefore, there will be no contact with the soils. Again, this scenario was evaluated as a very conservative approach to compare soil constituents that were potentially a concern. The assumption when using these generic direct contact soil standards as a comparison is that exposure to multiple chemicals may be greater than exposure to just one chemical. Therefore, depending on the magnitude of the values, if there is a potential risk in a complete exposure pathway, multiple chemical exposure adjustments may be necessary. In addition to analyses for metals, VOCs, and SVOCs, selected soil samples were also analyzed for gasoline range organics (GRO) and diesel range organics (DRO). Although it was envisioned that these samples would be collected based primarily on field headspace screening and to evaluate potential contamination from the service station on the adjacent property, the field headspace screening produced minimal results and the sample volume of soil in the split 44 spoon sampler was very limited after the other samples were collected. In addition, many of the constituents in DRO are included in the VOC and SVOC analyses, which better define the individual constituents. With regard to standards for petroleum, according to Ohio EPA (2005a), OEPAs Voluntary Action Program (VAP) has developed cleanup standards based on land use and ground water use for various hazardous substances and petroleum However, Paragraph (B)(1) of n3746.04 of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) requires that the petroleum standards for residential and commercial properties be the standards adopted under Division (B) of 3737.882 of the ORC, the standards developed by BUSTR and described in Chapter 1301:7-9-13 of the Ohio Administrative Codes (OAC). The VAP developed direct contact soil standards for petroleum releases at industrial properties. The Ohio EPA, Division of Remedial Response (DERR) has developed a guidance document relating to petroleum releases from a non-BUSTR (Bureau of Underground Storage Tank, State Fire Marshalls Office) regulated source (Ohio EPA, 2005a). This document presents a tiered approach to address petroleum contamination in soils. Petroleum action levels are established based on Categories 1 through 4, which are loosely based on a scoring system of vulnerability to contamination. Category 1 is the most vulnerable area, while Category 4 is the least likely to be affected. The guidance contains petroleum action levels for soil TPH (total petroleum hydrocarbons) (C-6 through C-10, also known as GRO) and soil TPH (Others) (C-10 through C-28, also known as DRO). Analytical results were compared to these guidance levels to determine magnitude of concentrations and potential for regulation under DERR. 4.3.2 Total Metals Results in Soil Seventeen samples were collected from ten borings for the 23 metals in the target analyte list. Samples were collected in the fill from intervals ranging from 1.5 to 12 feet below the ground surface. Samples were analyzed by Methods 6010B and/or 7471A. Table 6 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as the VAP generic direct contact soil standard for a single chemical for construction/excavation activities from the Appendix of OAC 3745-300-08 (both March 2009 and August 1, 2014). Note that the generic direct contact soil standard for chromium is for chromium VI (the most toxic form of chromium), even though the value for chromium represents total chromium. Appendices E, F, G and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that three constituents: arsenic, lead, and mercury exceed the generic direct contact soil standards for construction/excavation activities. When results are compared to generic direct contact soil standards for residential use, the results show that six constituents: antimony, arsenic chromium, copper, lead, and mercury are exceeded in at least one interval in at least one boring (Table 7). Similarly, when results are compared to generic direct contact soil standards for commercial/industrial use, the results show that four constituents: arsenic, chromium, lead and mercury are exceeded in at least one interval in at least one boring (Table 8). BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kgAluminum 7500 5800 5700 2600 6500 4500 6800 4000 11000 4700 4600 5700 4500 5600 5300 6100 1400 None NoneAntimony 43 11 14 1.3 0.74 J 0.78 J BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kgAluminum 7500 5800 5700 2600 6500 4500 6800 4000 11000 4700 4600 5700 4500 5600 5300 6100 1400 None NoneAntimony 43 11 14 1.3 0.74 J 0.78 J BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kgAluminum 7500 5800 5700 2600 6500 4500 6800 4000 11000 4700 4600 5700 4500 5600 5300 6100 1400 None NoneAntimony 43 11 14 1.3 0.74 J 0.78 J 48 4.3.3 Total VOC Results in Soil One sample was collected from each of the ten borings for the 48 VOCs in the target compound list. Samples were collected from intervals ranging from the ground surface to 12 feet below the ground surface. Samples were analyzed by Method 8260B. Due to an oversight by Federal Express, the samples collected on March 21, 2014 from borings BW-7, BW-8, BW-9 and BW-10 were delivered to the laboratory late and were past the method holding time. These samples were analyzed, but additional samples were re-taken at the same intervals in companion borings BW-7A, BW-8A, BW-9A and BW-10A on March 31, 2014. Therefore, a total of 14 samples were analyzed. Table 9 shows the 48 VOCs in the target compound list that were analyzed. Table 10 shows the analytical results only for those VOCs that were detected. Boring number and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as the generic direct contact soil values for a single chemical for construction/excavation, residential, and commercial/industrial activities from the Appendix of OAC 3745-300-08 (both March 2009 and August 1, 2014) are also shown on Table 10. Appendices E, F, G, H, and I contain the laboratory results. The results show that no VOCs were detected above the laboratory reporting limit, thus no generic direct soil contact values were exceeded. The table shows data from the four samples which were analyzed outside the holding time and the re-collected samples that were analyzed within the method holding time. The results are comparable. 4.3.4 Total SVOC Results in Soil Seventeen samples were collected in the ten borings for the 65 SVOCs in the target compound list (Table 11). Samples were collected in the fill from intervals ranging from 1.5 to 12 feet below the ground surface. Samples were analyzed by Method 8270C. Table 11 shows the 65 SVOCs in the target compound list that were analyzed. Table 12 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as the VAP generic direct contact soil standard for a single chemical for construction/excavation activities from the Appendix of OAC 3745-300-08 (both March 2009 and August 1, 2014). Appendices E, F, G and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that only one constituent, benzo[a]pyrene exceeded the generic direct contact soil standards for construction/excavation activities in one boring. When results are compared to generic direct contact soil standards for residential use, the results show that six constituents: benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, benzo[k]fluoranthene, dibenz(a,h)anthracene, and indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene are exceeded in at least one interval in at least one boring (Table 13). Similarly, when results are compared to generic direct contact soil standards for commercial/industrial use, the results show that five of the same constituents: benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, dibenz(a,h)anthracene, and indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene are exceeded in at least one interval in one boring (Table 14). Table 9. Target compound list of VOCs analyzed in soil. 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Acetone Ethylbenzene 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane Benzene Ethylene Dibromide 1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane Bromoform Isopropylbenzene 1,1,2-Trichloroethane Bromomethane Methyl acetate 1,1-Dichloroethane Carbon disulfide Methyl tert-butyl ether 1,1-Dichloroethene Carbon tetrachloride Methylcyclohexane 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene Chlorobenzene Methylene Chloride 1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane Chlorodibromomethane Styrene 1,2-Dichlorobenzene Chloroethane Tetrachloroethene 1,2-Dichloroethane Chloroform Toluene 1,2-Dichloropropane Chloromethane trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 1,3-Dichlorobenzene cis-1,2-Dichloroethene trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 1,4-Dichlorobenzene cis-1,3-Dichloropropene Trichloroethene 2-Butanone (MEK) Cyclohexane Trichlorofluoromethane 2-Hexanone Dichlorobromomethane Vinyl chloride 4-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) Dichlorodifluoromethane Xylenes, Total BORING NUMBER BW1 BW2 BW3 BW4 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7A BW8 BW8A BW9 BW9A BW10 BW10ADepth 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-6 Ft 1-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-6 Ft 4-6 Ft 0-2 Ft 0-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene Table 11. Target compound list of SVOCs analyzed in soil. 1,1'-Biphenyl 4-Nitroaniline Dibenzofuran 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 4-Nitrophenol Diethyl phthalate 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol Acenaphthene Dimethyl phthalate 2,4-Dichlorophenol Acenaphthylene Di-n-butyl phthalate 2,4-Dimethylphenol Acetophenone Di-n-octyl phthalate 2,4-Dinitrophenol Anthracene Fluoranthene 2,4-Dinitrotoluene Atrazine Fluorene 2,6-Dinitrotoluene Benzaldehyde Hexachlorobenzene 2-Chloronaphthalene Benzo[a]anthracene Hexachlorobutadiene 2-Chlorophenol Benzo[a]pyrene Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 2-Methylnaphthalene Benzo[b]fluoranthene Hexachloroethane 2-Methylphenol Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 2-Nitroaniline Benzo[k]fluoranthene Isophorone 2-Nitrophenol bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether Naphthalene 3 & 4 Methylphenol Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane Nitrobenzene 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 3-Nitroaniline Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol Butyl benzyl phthalate Pentachlorophenol 4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether Caprolactam Phenanthrene 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol Carbazole Phenol 4-Chloroaniline Chrysene Pyrene 4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether Dibenz(a,h)anthracene Dibenzofuran BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,1'-Biphenyl BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,1'-Biphenyl BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,1'-Biphenyl 55 4.3.5 GRO and DRO Results in Soil Two samples were collected for GRO (C-6 to C-10) and DRO (C-10-C-28) from two separate borings. Samples were collected from the fill from depths of 6 to 8 and 8 to 9 feet below the ground surface. Samples were analyzed by Method 8015C. Table 15 shows the analytical results, boring and depth from which the sample was collected, as well as the Ohio EPA DERR petroleum action level for Category 1 (the most vulnerable category). Soil TPH (GRO) petroleum action levels range from 105 ppm (Category 1) to 600 ppm (Category 4) (Ohio EPA, 2005a). Soil TPH (DRO) petroleum action levels range from 380 ppm (Category 1) to 1156 ppm (Category 4) (Ohio EPA, 2005a). Appendices E and H contain the laboratory results. The results show that no DERR petroleum action levels were exceeded. Table 15. Analytical results for gasoline range organics (GRO) and diesel range organics (GRO) in soil. BORING NUMBER BW2 BW10 DERR Petroleum Action Levels Depth 8-9 Ft 6-8 Ft Sample Date 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg Gasoline Range Organics [C6 - C10] 56 Similarly, six SVOCs (benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, benzo[k]fluoranthene, dibenz(a,h)anthracene, and indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene) also exceeded residential use values. Finally, results were compared to a commercial/industrial exposure scenario to evaluate potential exposure of an employee at the facility. Again, the values for this scenario assume that the worker would have direct contact with the soil for 25 years, when it is known that the worker would not be directly exposed to soil within a building or a paved parking lot. Results of comparison of measured analytical results to VAP values for commercial/industrial exposure showed that four metals (arsenic, chromium, lead, and mercury) as well as five of the same SVOCs (benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, dibenz(a,h)anthracene, and indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene) exceeded the VAP values. Although analytical concentrations of VOCs, GRO, and DRO posed no site issues, based on the results for selected metals and SVOCs at the site, it was determined that a site-specific risk assessment should be undertaken to further evaluate potential pathways and potential exposures that might need to be addressed during construction/excavation activities. Risk assessment is addressed in Section 5. 4.4 Characterization of Groundwater in the Fill Materials 4.4.1 Introduction At the time the investigation was begun, it was known that previous subsurface investigations had encountered saturation within the fill materials. When this investigation was conducted, saturation was encountered in only two of the borings (that seemed to loosely correspond to the location of the abandoned Hocking River channel), and only with minimal depth of water. However, temporary monitoring wells were installed at these two locations. Groundwater samples were subsequently collected, even though it was not possible to reduce the turbidity of the samples due to the shallowness of the water (one half foot in one well and 1.5 feet of water in the other well). Samples were collected for analysis of total metals, but due to the excessive turbidity in the samples (the water was black and opaque), it was anticipated that the metals concentrations would be artificially high due to the release of metals sorbed to the fine particles when nitric acid was added in the field to preserve the sample for laboratory transport (a typical and necessary part of collection of water samples for metals analysis). In this situation, where metals are released into suspension as part of the acidification process, the metals results are typically artificially high and not representative of the groundwater quality. Typically, this situation is remedied by developing a permanent well or by changing the sample collection method to minimize the turbidity (such as low flow sampling). However, due to the small amount of water in the well, minimizing the turbidity by changing sample collection methods was not possible. In order to collect representative samples for metals in this situation, a second sample was collected for dissolved metals. In this situation, the sample is filtered to reduce the turbidity prior to adding the nitric acid for sample preservation and transport. If the results are widely 57 variable between the two samples, the dissolved sample is used as representative of groundwater quality. Results from water samples are compared to Primary and Secondary Drinking Water Standards established by USEPA and incorporated in OAC 3745-81. Primary drinking water standards are legally-enforceable standards that apply to public drinking water systems. However, these standards are frequently used as default groundwater standards, particularly where groundwater is used as a source of drinking water. Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) are established based on potential health effects from long-term exposure above the MCL (unless exposure is specified as short-term). Secondary drinking water standards (also established by USEPA are non-mandatory water quality standards that are established only as for aesthetic considerations, such as taste, color and odor. These contaminants are not considered to present a risk to human health at the established standard. 4.4.2 Total and Dissolved Metals Results in Groundwater Within the Fill Samples were collected from the two temporary monitoring wells and analyzed for the 23 metals in the target analyte list. Samples were analyzed by Methods 6010B/7470B. Tables 16 and 17 show the analytical results for total and dissolved metals, respectively, temporary monitoring well number and method detection limit as well as the primary and secondary drinking water standards from OAC 3745-81. It is important to note that lead and copper are regulated by a treatment technique that requires systems to control the corrosiveness of their water. Copper also has a secondary drinking water standard based on aesthetic conditions. Appendix I contains the laboratory results. The results for total metals in the samples (Table 16) show that ten metals (antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury and selenium) exceed the primary drinking water standards. Similarly, five metals (aluminum, iron, manganese, silver, and zinc) exceed their respective secondary drinking water standards. However, Table 17 shows that in the dissolved samples, only arsenic in one well exceeds the primary drinking water standards. Similarly, in the dissolved metals samples, two secondary drinking water standards (iron and manganese) are exceeded. Based on these results, it is clear that the total metals are strongly influenced by the turbidity of the sample and that the dissolved results are representative of the concentrations of metals in the groundwater in the fill. It should be noted that both Table 16 and Table 17 have columns for the laboratory reporting limit as well as the method detection limit. Although the laboratory can detect the presence of the analyte at the listed concentration, the laboratory reporting limit represents the limit at which the laboratory can reliably quantify the result. This is similar to an eye examination wherein you can see letters on one line of the eye chart, but are not quite sure that you can accurately identify all of them. This is similar to the detection limit. However, the next larger line in the eye chart allows you not only to know the numbers are there, but also to identify them with accuracy. This is similar to the laboratory reporting limit. Table 16. Analytical results for total metals in groundwater in the fill.WELL NUMBER BW1 BW4 Laboratory Method Primary SecondarySample Date 03/31/2014 03/31/2014 Reporting Detection Drinking Water Drinking WaterWater Water Limit Limit Standard StandardParameter mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/LAluminum 59 100 0.2 0.097 0.05-0.2Antimony 0.020 0.035 0.010 0.0021 0.006Arsenic 0.210 0.700 0.010 0.0032 0.010Barium 6.3 B 4.9 B 0.2 0.00067 2.0Beryllium 0.0045J 0.0099 0.005 0.00046 0.004Cadmium 0.018 1.2 0.002 0.00066 0.005Calcium 350 B 250 B 5 0.13Chromium 0.8 1.3 0.005 0.0022 0.1Cobalt 0.024 0.12 0.007 0.0017Copper 0.77 3.1 0.025 0.0045 1.3 1.0Iron 230 480 0.1 0.081 0.3Lead 4.5 18 0.015 0.0095* 0.015Magnesium 59 44 5 0.034Manganese 2.8 6 0.015 0.00096 0.05Mercury 0.046 0.016 0.002* 0.0012* 0.002Nickel 0.11 0.69 0.04 0.0032Potassium 26 19 5 0.072Selenium 0.014 7 0.005 0.0041 0.05Silver 0.0097 0.85 0.005 0.0022 0.1Sodium 330 59 5 0.59Thallium < 0.01 0.0077 J 0.01 0.0047 0.002Vanadium 0.068 0.25 0.007 0.0024Zinc 11 B 29 B 0.25 0.025 5Detection greater than Reporting LimitConcentration between Reporting Limit and Method Detection LimitConcentration greater than Primary Drinking Water StandardConcentration greater than Secondary Drinking Water Standard*Metal has different method detection limits and reporting limits. The highest limit is shown.B = Method blank contaminationTable 17. Analytical results for dissolved metals in groundwater in the fill.WELL NUMBER BW1 BW4 Laboratory Method Primary SecondarySample Date 03/31/2014 03/31/2014 Reporting Detection Drinking Water Drinking WaterWater Water Limit Limit Standard StandardParameter mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/LAluminum 60 Where the laboratory detects concentrations below the reporting limit, the estimated result is displayed and the concentration is flagged with a J. On Tables 16 and 17, these values are shaded in gray as well. Although the laboratory reporting limits are sometimes greater than the primary drinking water standard for Method 6010B, the detection limits are always below primary drinking water standard (except for thallium, which is 0.0027 mg/L higher than the primary drinking water standard). Therefore, this method is acceptable for use when performing analyses for presence/absence of metals, where absolute concentrations are not required under a regulatory program. With regard to the levels of iron and manganese detected at the site, these levels are typical of many natural formations in Ohio, particularly in sand and gravel deposits. Many public water supply systems have concentrations similar to these in one of more of their wells and employ treatment to remove or reduce these constituents in a water treatment plant. Therefore, these constituents are not determined to be a potential issue at the site. With regard to the concentration of arsenic (0.043 mg/L) in temporary monitoring well BW-4, although this concentration exceeds the primary drinking water standard, the value of arsenic is relatively low. No detections of arsenic are noted in the finished water in the 2009 through 2013 Consumer Confidence Reports for the City of Lancaster, Ohio Miller Park Wellfield water treatment plant (available online at the City of Lancaster, Ohio website). 4.4.3 VOC Results in Groundwater Within the Fill Samples were collected from the two temporary monitoring wells and analyzed for the 48 VOCs in the target compound list. Samples were analyzed by Method 8260B. Table 18 shows the analytical results for the detected VOCs and the temporary monitoring well from which the sample was collected. Appendix I contains the laboratory results. The results for VOCs in the samples (Table 18) show that only three VOCs were detected above the detection limit. Two of these (acetone and methylene) were also found in laboratory samples called blanks (noted as a B on Table 18). Laboratory blanks are analyzed as part of a quality assurance/quality control process to assess the accuracy of the laboratory analyses. Both acetone and methylene chloride are common laboratory contaminants. When the chemical is found in both the sample and the blank in low concentrations, the result is usually attributed to laboratory contamination and discarded. The results from the water samples compare favorably with the soil samples in that VOCs were not detected above the reporting limit in either the soils or the water samples form the site. 61 Table 18. Analytical results for VOCs detected in groundwater in the fill. WELL NUMBER BW1 BW4 TRIP BLANK Laboratory Method Sample Date 03/31/2014 03/31/2014 03/31/2014 Reporting Detection Water Water Water Limit Limit PARAMETER ug/L ug/L ug/L ug/L ug/L 2-Butanone (MEK) 62 SECTION 5 RISK ASSESSMENT 5.1 Introduction As described in previous sections, a preliminary indication of the magnitude of the concentrations of the individual metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), was obtained by comparing soils results to generic direct contact soil standards found in the Voluntary Action Program (VAP) OAC 3745-300-08. Initially, the results were compared to the construction/excavation scenario, but residential exposure and commercial/industrial activities were also reviewed. Based on this preliminary evaluation, it was determined that a site-specific risk assessment should be undertaken to further evaluate potential pathways and potential exposures that might need to be addressed during construction/excavation activities and during future occupation of the building. 5.2 Data Evaluation Soil samples taken at different depths during drilling were collected as described in Section 3.3. Analytical data from these samples forms the basis of the risk analysis detailed below. Tables 19, 20, and 21 list the metals, VOCs and SVOCs, respectively, detected in borings at the site. The following metals were detected above the reporting limit: aluminum, antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, iron, lead, magnesium, manganese, mercury, nickel, potassium, selenium, silver, sodium, thallium, vanadium and zinc (Table 19). Calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium and sodium were omitted as chemicals of concern due to a lack of information on possible negative health effects caused by these metals. Cobalt, copper, nickel and silver were omitted due to the extremely limited toxicological data available for these metals. Thallium was not included as a chemical of concern because it was only detected above the reporting limit in one sample from boring BW-4. Lead was evaluated separately from the other chemicals of concern (COC), as recommended by USEPA (Section 5-10). Therefore, the metals evaluated during the quantitative risk assessment were: aluminum, antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, manganese, mercury, selenium, vanadium and zinc. No VOCs were detected in any sample above the laboratory reporting limits (Table 20). Therefore, no VOCs were examined during this risk assessment. Several SVOCs were reported above the laboratory detection limits: 2-methyl naphthalene, acenaphthene, acenaphthylene, anthracene, benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, benzo[g,h,i]perylene, benzo[k]fluoranthene, chrysene, dibenz[a,h]anthracene, dibenzofuran, fluoranthene, fluorene, indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene, naphthalene, phenanthrene and pyrene (Table 21). Dibenzofuran was omitted from the risk assessment because it was only detected above the reporting limit in one sample from boring BW-7. The remaining detected SVOCs were designated as COCs in the risk assessment. BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kgAluminum 7500 5800 5700 2600 6500 4500 6800 4000 11000 4700 4600 5700 4500 5600 5300 6100 1400Antimony 43 11 14 1.3 0.74 J 0.78 J BORING NUMBER BW1 BW2 BW3 BW4 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7A BW8 BW8A BW9 BW9A BW10 BW10ADepth 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-6 Ft 1-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 4-6 Ft 4-6 Ft 0-2 Ft 0-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014 3/21/2014 3/31/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene BORING NUMBER BW1 BW1 BW2 BW3 BW3 BW4 BW4 BW5 BW5 BW6 BW6 BW7 BW7 BW8 BW8 BW9 BW10Depth 4-6 Ft 10-12 Ft 2-4 Ft 1.5-2 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 Ft 8-10 Ft 1-2 Ft 10-11 Ft 1-2 Ft 4-6 Ft 2-4 Ft 6-8 Ft 4-6 Ft 6-8 Ft 2-4 Ft 2-4 FtSample Date 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/20/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014 3/21/2014PARAMETER mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg1,1'-Biphenyl 66 Table 22 shows the toxicological information for each of the organic and inorganic COCs. Where available, the reference dose (RfD), reference concentration (RfC), slope factor (cancer) and inhalation unit risk (cancer) are provided for each COC. In addition, the source of information is noted in the table. Per EPA guidance (USEPA, 2003a; Ohio EPA, 2010a), the following sources of information were accessed (in order of priority): Tier I Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS); Tier II USEPA PPRTVs (provisional peer reviewed toxicity values); and Tier III other sources of information including California EPA peer reviewed toxicity values, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Minimal Risk Levels, HEAST values (for radionuclides). 5.3 Exposure Assessment Exposure assessment is the estimation of the magnitude, frequency, duration and route of exposure for current and future human exposures. Exposure assessment includes: 1) the characterization of the exposure setting with respect to potentially exposed human populations and physical site characteristics; 2) identification of potential exposure pathways; 3) estimation of potential exposure concentrations; and 4) estimation of potential chemical intakes. The first two sections are discussed below. The third and fourth sections have been combined into discussions of dermal risk (Section 5.4), inhalation of volatile COCs (Section 5.5), inhalation of particulate COCs (Section 5.6), and inhalation of indoor air (Section 5.9). 5.3.1 Characterization of Exposure Setting Characterizing the exposure setting consists of identifying the physical characteristics of the site, human populations on or near the site, and current and potential future land uses. A description of the history of the site is presented in Section 2. The site is in an urban area, in downtown Lancaster, Ohio. The proposed future land use is the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. Currently, the site is a paved parking lot adjacent to the existing Fairfield County Sheriffs Office. Previously, the site had been filled using foundry sand. The site is supplied by both sanitary sewers and municipal water. Table 22. Toxicity values for chemicals of concern.ChemicalChronic RfD (mg/kg-day)Confidence level of RfDChronic RfC (ug/m3)Confidence level of RfCOral Cancer Slope Factor (kg-day/mg)Inhalation Unit Risk (m3/ug) Source Critical Effect (RfD)Aluminum 1.0E+00 Low 5.0E+00 Low to Medium PPRTV Neurological impactsAntimony 4.0E-04 Low IRISLongevity, blood glucose and cholesterolArsenic 3.0E-04 Medium 1.50E+00 4.30E-03 IRISHyperpigmentation, keratosis, possible vascular complicationsBarium 2.0E-01 Medium IRIS NephropathyBeryllium 2.0E-03 Low to Medium 2.0E-02 MediumInadequate for assessment of carcinogenicity 2.40E-03 IRIS Small intestine lesionsCadmium 5.0E-04 HighInadequate evidence of carcinogenicity 1.80E-03 IRIS ProteinuriaChromium^ 3.0E-03 Low 1.0E-04 MediumClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicity 1.20E-02 IRIS None reportedManganese 1.4E-01 Medium 5.0E-05 Medium IRISCentral nervous system effectsMercury 3.0E-04 Medium IRISSelenium 5.0E-03 High IRIS Clinical selenosisVanadium 9.0E-03 Low IRIS Decreased hair cysteineZinc 3.0E-01 Medium to High IRISDecreases in ESOD activityAcenaphthene 6.0E-02 Low IRIS HepatotoxicityAcenaphthylene IRISAnthracene 3.0E-01 Low IRIS No observed effectsBenz[a]anthracene Not available 1.1E-4 * IRISBenzo[a]pyrene 7.30E+00 1.1E-3 * IRISBenzo[b]fluoranthene Not available 1.1E-4 * IRISCarcinogenicity unknownNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot availableNot availableNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot recommendedNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityCarcinogenicity assessment not completedNot availableInadequate for assessment of carcinogenicityInadequate for assessment of carcinogenicityNot available Not availableNot available Not availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot available Not availableNot available Not availableNot available Not availableTable 22. Toxicity values for chemicals of concern.ChemicalChronic RfD (mg/kg-day)Confidence level of RfDChronic RfC (ug/m3)Confidence level of RfCOral Cancer Slope Factor (kg-day/mg)Inhalation Unit Risk (m3/ug) Source Critical Effect (RfD)Inadequate for assessment of Benzo[g,h,i]perylene IRISBenzo[k]fluoranthene Not available 1.1E-4 * IRISChrysene Not available 1.1E-5 * IRISDibenz[a,h]anthracene Not available 1.1E-3 * IRISFluoranthene 4.0E-02 Low IRISNephropathy, liver impacts, hematological alterationsFluorene 4.0E-02 Low IRISDecreased RBC, packed cell volume and hemoglobinIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Not available 1.1E-4 * IRIS2-Methylnaphthalene 4.0E-03 Low IRISpulmonary alveolar proteinosisNaphthalene 2.0E-02 Low 3.0E+00 Low to MediumInadequate studies available 3.4E-2 * IRISDecreased body weight in malesPhenanthrene IRISPyrene 3.0E-02 Low IRIS Kidney effects^Values for Chromium(IV) were used to be conservative, RFC based on exposure to particulates* values from US EPA Mid-Atlantic Risk Assessment TablesInadequate evidence of carcinogenicityInadequate dataNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot available Not availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot available Not availableNot available Not availableNot available Not availableNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicityNot available Not availableNot available Not availableClassification D - not classifiable as to human carcinogenicity69 5.3.2 Potential Receptors and Exposure Pathways Given the current and future land use envisioned at the site, the three populations with the potential to be impacted are adult residents of the prison, adults working at the jail and onsite workers involved in excavation and construction. The proposed prison facilities do not have capacity for juvenile offenders and any child visitors can be expected to be onsite only for short periods of time while visiting adult offenders. Possible exposure routes for onsite excavation and construction workers include: ingestion, inhalation and dermal contact. Ingestion of chemicals of concern is not a significant concern because water at the site is not used as a drinking water source and the site is supplied by municipal water. However, during excavation and construction, on-site workers may be exposed to chemicals of concern through dermal contact and inhalation of outdoor air (Table 23). Table 23. Exposure pathways for risk assessment Land Use Potentially Exposed Population Exposure Route, Media and Exposure Point Future Construction and Excavation On-site Workers Dermal contact with chemicals of concern in soil during excavation and construction Construction and Excavation On-site Workers Inhalation of chemicals of concern during excavation and construction Industrial On-site Workers Inhalation of chemicals of concern in indoor air Residential On-site Adult Residents Inhalation of chemicals of concern in indoor air Possible exposure routes for adult residents at the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility include: ingestion, inhalation and dermal contact. Ingestion of chemicals of concern is not a significant concern because water at the site is not used as a drinking water source and the site is supplied by municipal water. The dermal exposure route for residents will not be a complete pathway because the plans for the proposed jail call for covering the soil with asphalt. However, residents may be exposed to chemicals of concern through inhalation of indoor air (Table 23). Possible exposure routes for adult workers at the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility include: ingestion, inhalation and dermal contact. Ingestion of chemicals of concern is not a significant concern because water at the site is not used as a drinking water source and the site is supplied by municipal water. The dermal exposure route for workers will not be a complete pathway because the plans for the proposed jail call for covering the soil with 70 asphalt. However, workers may be exposed to chemicals of concern through inhalation of indoor air (Table 23). 5.3.3 Quantification of Exposure The exposure assessment proceeded through several steps to quantify the intake of each chemical for each pathway. The first step was to calculate an exposure concentration for each COC. The second step was to determine the input parameters for the intake equation. Lastly, the intake was calculated for each COC. Soil samples were taken from discrete depths from ten borings on the site. The maximum depth of excavation expected by the architects is six feet. Therefore, exposure to construction and excavation workers will be limited to the top six feet of soil. To be conservative, the analytical data for the top eight feet were used in the assessment of dermal exposure. Inhalation exposure was calculated using all data collected at the site. To obtain the concentration that best represents the reasonable maximum exposure (RME) that is expected to occur at the site, either the 95 or 99 percent upper confidence limit (UCL) on the mean was calculated for the chemicals of concern evaluated in the risk assessment and compared to the largest detected concentration. The UCL or the largest detected concentration, whichever is less, was used in the exposure calculations to represent the average concentration of the chemicals of concern at the site. The 95 percent UCL is a conservative estimate of the average concentration that equals or exceeds the true average 95 percent of the time. Similarly, the 99 percent UCL is a conservative estimate of the average concentration that equals or exceeds the true average 99 percent of the time. Tables 24 and 25 present the minimum and maximum detected concentrations, and the UCL for inorganic and organic contaminants used in the dermal risk assessment (0-8 feet), respectively. Tables 26 and 27 present the minimum and maximum detected concentrations, and the UCL for inorganic and organic contaminants used in the inhalation risk assessment (0-12 feet), respectively. The USEPA software program ProUCL was used to calculate UCL values for each dataset. Data was initially screened for normality using ProUCL. If data was not normally distributed, UCLs were calculated using the most appropriate distribution (gamma, lognormal or non-parametric). Outputs from the ProUCL software are provided in Appendix J through M. The recommended UCL in the ProUCL software was used in the risk assessment. When ProUCL recommended more than one possible UCL, the largest value was selected in order to be as conservative as possible. The concentrations selected for use in the intake equations are highlighted in Tables 24 through 27. Table 24. Statistical summary of inorganic sampling results used in the dermal risk assessment (0-8 feet).Number of Data pointsNumber of DetectsMean (mg/kg)Standard Deviation (mg/kg)UCL usedUCL (mg/kg)Maximum (mg/kg)Minimum (mg/kg)Aluminum 14 14 4907 1556Normal - 95% Student's t5644 7500 1400Antimony 14 5 13.08 17.52Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)20.83 43 1.2Arsenic 14 14 43.03 120.2 Lognormal - 95% Cherbyshev(mean, sd)183 460 1.9Barium 13 12 139.2 165.4Gamma - ROS Adjusted Gamma 334.6 500 22Beryllium 14 2 0.65 0.0424 Non-parametric - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)0.281 0.68 0.62Cadmium 14 12 1.762 2.021Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)2.452 6.8 0.25Chromium 14 14 26.04 18.12Normal - 95% Student's t34.61 81 8.6Manganese 14 14 384.4 176.1Normal - 95% Student's t467.7 680 91Mercury 14 6 1.638 3.121Non-parametric - 95% Kaplan Meijer bootstrap t8.259 8 0.15Selenium 14 11 2.043 2.725 Non-parametric - 95% Kaplan Meijer (BCA)2.845 9.4 0.49Vanadium 14 14 13.65 4.34Normal - 95% Student's t15.7 20 4.6Zinc 14 14 221.8 345.1Gamma - 95% Adjusted Gamma480.2 1300 11Table 25. Statistical summary of organic sampling results used in the dermal risk assessment (0-8 feet).Number of Data pointsNumber of DetectsMean (mg/kg)Standard Deviation (mg/kg)UCL usedUCL (mg/kg)Maximum (mg/kg)Minimum (mg/kg)Acenaphthene 14 12 0.0944 0.109Normal - 95%Kaplan Meijer (t)0.133 0.4 0.012Acenaphthylene 14 7 0.0286 0.0162Normal - 95%Kaplan Meijer (t)0.025 0.057 0.013Anthracene 14 12 0.0947 0.0807Normal - 95%Kaplan Meijer (t)0.121 0.3 0.014Benz[a]anthracene 14 14 0.577 0.383Normal - 95% Student's t0.758 420 0.034Benzo[a]pyrene 14 14 0.981 0.619Normal - 95% Student's t1.274 2.2 0.2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 14 14 1.49 0.969Normal - 95% Student's t1.949 3.4 0.33Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 14 14 0.892 0.625Normal - 95% Student's t1.188 2.4 0.23Benzo[k]fluoranthene 14 14 0.44 0.283Normal - 95% Student's t0.574 0.93 0.082Chrysene 14 14 0.737 0.409Normal - 95% Student's t0.931 1.3 0.18Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 14 14 0.222 0.136Normal - 95% Student's t0.286 0.54 0.06Fluoranthene 14 14 0.773 0.634Normal - 95% Student's t1.073 2 0.016Fluorene 14 9 0.0482 0.0283Normal - 95%Kaplan Meijer (t)0.0482 0.1 0.017Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 14 14 0.656 0.442Normal - 95% Student's t0.865 1.7 0.162-Methylnaphthalene 14 14 0.112 0.135Gamma - 95% Adjusted Gamma0.189 0.55 0.028Naphthalene 14 13 0.0975 0.0931Normal - 95%Kaplan Meijer (t)0.136 0.37 0.017Phenanthrene 14 14 0.428 0.3367Normal - 95% Student's t0.865 1.3 0.03Pyrene 14 14 0.743 0.606Normal - Student's t1.03 1.8 0.014Table 26. Statistical summary of inorganic sampling results used in the inhalation risk assessment (0-12 feet).Number of Data pointsNumber of DetectsMean (mg/kg)Standard Deviation (mg/kg)UCL usedUCL (mg/kg)Maximum (mg/kg)Minimum (mg/kg)Aluminum 17 17 5429 2067Normal - 95% Student's t6305 11000 1400Antimony 17 6 12.73 15.69Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)9.582 43 1.2Arsenic 17 17 45.08 109.1Lognormal - 95% Herbyshev(mean, sd)160.4 460 1.9Barium 17 17 364.1 793Gamma - 95% Adjusted Gamma 796.3 3300 11Beryllium 17 3 1.1 0.78Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)0.497 2 0.62Cadmium 17 15 2.443 2.429Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)3.186 6.8 0.25Chromium 17 17 51.44 77.33 Lognormal - 95% H 85.04 330 8.6Manganese 17 17 458.3 229.4Normal - 95% Student's t555.4 860 91Mercury 17 9 8.237 18.52Gamma - 95% Adjusted Gamma Kaplan Meijer33.45 57 0.15Selenium 17 14 2.498 2.637Lognormal - 95% Cherbyshev4.806 9.4 0.49Vanadium 17 16 15.32 6.19Normal - 95% Kaplan Meijer (t)17.85 30 4.6Zinc 17 17 547.4 1086Gamma - 95% Adjusted Gamma1214 4500 11Table 27. Statistical summary of organic sampling results used in the inhalation risk assessment (0-12 feet).Number of Data pointsNumber of DetectsMean (mg/kg)Standard Deviation (mg/kg)UCL usedUCL (mg/kg)Maximum (mg/kg)Minimum (mg/kg)Acenaphthene 17 14 1.445 5.054Nonparametric - 99% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)12.34 19 0.012Acenaphthylene 17 8 9.4 26.51Nonparametric - 99% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)49.94 75 0.013Anthracene 17 15 11.44 43.86Nonparametric - 99% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)110 170 0.014Benz[a]anthracene 17 17 25.65 101.6Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)270.9 420 0.034Benzo[a]pyrene 17 17 23.08 89.41Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)238.8 370 0.2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 17 17 26.46 101.4Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)271.2 4240 0.33Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 17 17 12.92 48.22Lognormal - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)129.3 200 0.23Benzo[k]fluoranthene 17 17 11.1 43.53Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)116.1 180 0.082Chrysene 17 17 23.63 91.86Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)245.3 380 0.18Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 17 17 3.908 14.22Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)38.23 59 0.06Fluoranthene 17 17 58.48 237.5Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)631.5 980 0.016Fluorene 17 12 5.633 19.33Nonparametric - 99% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)43.69 67 0.017Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 17 17 11.4 43.45Lognormal - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)116.3 180 0.162-Methylnaphthalene 17 16 0.111 0.126Gamma - 95% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)0.247 0.55 0.028Naphthalene 17 16 0.91 3.225Nonparametric - 99% Kaplan Meijer (Chebyshev)8.426 13 0.017Phenanthrene 17 17 34 138.1Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)367.3 570 0.03Pyrene 17 17 47.9 193.8Nonparametric - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd)515.6 800 0.01475 5.4 Dermal Exposure 5.4.1 Determination of Dermal Absorbed Dose According to USEPA (2004), the dermally absorbed dose per event (DAevent) is defined as: DAevent = Csoil x CF x AF x ABSd Equation 1 Where DAevent = absorbed dose per event (mg/cm2 event) Csoil = chemical concentration in soil (mg/kg) CF = conversion factor (10-6 kg/mg) AF = adherence factor of soil to skin (mg/cm2-event) ABSd = dermal absorption fraction This dermal absorbed dose per event is then used to calculate the dermal absorbed dose: DAD = DAevent x EF x ED x EV x SA Equation 2 BW x AT Where DAD = dermal absorbed dose per event (mg/kg-day) DAevent = absorbed dose per event (mg/cm2 event) EF = exposure frequency (days/year) ED = exposure duration (years) EV = event frequency (events/day) SA = skin surface area available for contact (cm2) BW = body weight (kg) AT = averaging time (days) For dermal contact with chemicals in soil during excavation and construction, the only skin surface areas available for dermal contact are the head, forearms and hands, because the remainder of the skin is covered with clothing (i.e., pants, short-sleeved shirt). During colder months (November through April), workers will likely be wearing coats, so this value is conservative in that it uses the maximum probably exposed skin surface area as the contact area throughout the year. The value that was used, representing the 50th percentile surface area for the head, arms and hands of an adult, is 3,300 cm2 (USEPA, 2004). The exposure used in the calculations was 250 days/year for one year with one contact event (lasting 24 hours) occurring each day. Given that construction and excavation workers are expected to work only 8 hours a day (and it is likely that will be removed at the end of the working day when the employee showers), this exposure is conservative. This exposure scenario, which assumes that a worker is exposed 50 weeks/year and 5 days per week, was chosen in order to be conservative. The actual exposure frequency (according to the architect) will probably be less than a year for any individual working on site. The length of time that the site will be under excavation is expected to be less than a year with the rest of the two-year construction estimate being used for construction and finishing. As excavation is completed and 76 areas of the site are paved, the dermal pathway will be removed for construction workers at the site. An averaging time of one year was used for non-cancer effects and an averaging time of 70 years was used for cancerous effects (USEPA, 2004). Other input parameters were defined using USEPA guidance (USEPA, 2004 and USEPA, 1992). Body weight of construction and excavation workers was defined to be 70 kg (the default value used for adult weight in risk assessment calculations). The dermal absorption fraction from soil was derived from USEPA (2004). These factors are summarized in Table 28. The activity-specific surface area weighted soil adherence factor selected for construction and excavation workers was the 95th percentile value recommended in USEPA (2004) for construction workers (0.3). All chemicals of concern were evaluated for dermal uptake except mercury, which is very poorly absorbed through the skin (CDC, 2013). 5.4.2 Non-Cancerous Effects The dermal absorbed dose (DAD) calculated for each COC was compared to an adjusted oral RfD value. The adjustment is based on the percentage of absorption of the chemical in the gastrointestinal system (ABSGI). For chemicals where no ABSGI is available, the default of one was used per USEPA guidance (USEPA, 2004). The adjusted RfD for dermal exposure for each COC was calculated as: RfDabs = RfD / ABSGI Equation 3 Where RfDabs = absorbed reference dose (mg/kg-day) RfD = oral reference dose (mg/kg-day) ABSGI= percentage of chemical absorption in the gastrointestinal system The hazard quotient for each COC was calculated as: HQ = DAD / RfDabs Equation 4 Where HQ = Hazard quotient DAD = dermal absorbed dose per event (mg/kg-day) RfDabs = absorbed reference dose (mg/kg-day) The hazard quotients for each individual COC were then summed to give the site hazard index. In general, a hazard index greater than one (1) is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The non-cancer risks from dermal exposure to COCs at the site are summarized in Table 29. The major component of the resultant hazard index of 2.08 is contributed by arsenic (highlighted in yellow in the table). The risks from dermal exposure to this chemical can be mitigated by limiting worker exposure to contaminated soil, wearing long sleeved shirts and wearing gloves. Table 28. Dermal absorption fraction from soil for chemicals in the dermal risk assessment.Chemicals of ConcernDermal Absorption fraction ReferenceAluminum 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Antimony 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Arsenic 0.03 USEPA (2004)Barium 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Beryllium 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Cadmium 0.001 USEPA (2004)Chromium 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Manganese 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Selenium 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Vanadium 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Zinc 0.2Conservative value - dermally active chemicals are considered those with an absorption fraction greater than 0.1Acenaphthene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Acenaphthylene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Anthracene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Benz[a]anthracene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Benzo[a]pyrene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Benzo[b]fluoranthene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Benzo[k]fluoranthene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Chrysene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Fluoranthene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Fluorene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 0.13 USEPA (2004)2-Methylnaphthalene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Naphthalene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Phenanthrene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Pyrene 0.13 USEPA (2004)Table 29. Hazard quotients for chemicals of concern for the dermal pathway.Chemicals of Concern CsoilDermal Absorption fraction DAevent DAD Oral RfD ABSGI Absorbed RfDDermal Hazard QuotientAluminum 5644 0.2 0.00339 0.10935 1 1.1E-01Antimony 20.83 0.2 1.2E-05 0.0004 0.0004 0.15 3.75E+02 1.1E-06Arsenic 183 0.03 1.6E-05 0.00053 0.0003 1.8E+00Barium 334.6 0.2 0.0002 0.00648 0.2 0.07 3.50E-01 1.9E-02Beryllium 0.281 0.2 1.7E-07 5.4E-06 0.002 0.007 3.50E+00 1.6E-06Cadmium 2.452 0.001 7.4E-09 2.4E-07 0.0005 0.0025 5.00E+00 4.8E-08Chromium 34.61 0.2 2.1E-05 0.00067 0.003 0.013 8.67E-03 8.0E-02Manganese 467.7 0.2 0.00028 0.00906 0.14 0.04 2.86E-01 3.0E-02Selenium 2.845 0.2 1.7E-06 5.5E-05 0.005 0.026 5.20E+00 1.1E-05Vanadium 15.7 0.2 9.4E-06 0.0003 0.005 6.1E-02Zinc 480.2 0.2 0.00029 0.0093 0.3 3.1E-02Acenaphthene 0.133 0.13 5.2E-08 1.7E-06 0.06 2.8E-05Acenaphthylene 0.025 0.13 9.8E-09 3.1E-07 no RfD availableAnthracene 0.121 0.13 4.7E-08 1.5E-06 0.3 5.1E-06Benz[a]anthracene 0.758 0.13 3E-07 9.5E-06 no RfD availableBenzo[a]pyrene 1.274 0.13 5E-07 1.6E-05 no RfD availableBenzo[b]fluoranthene 1.949 0.13 7.6E-07 2.5E-05 no RfD availableBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 1.188 0.13 4.6E-07 1.5E-05 no RfD availableBenzo[k]fluoranthene 0.574 0.13 2.2E-07 7.2E-06 no RfD availableChrysene 0.931 0.13 3.6E-07 1.2E-05 no RfD availableDibenz(a,h)anthracene 0.286 0.13 1.1E-07 3.6E-06 no RfD availableFluoranthene 1.073 0.13 4.2E-07 1.4E-05 0.04 3.4E-04Fluorene 0.0482 0.13 1.9E-08 6.1E-07 0.04 1.5E-05Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 0.865 0.13 3.4E-07 1.1E-05 no RfD available2-Methylnaphthalene 0.189 0.13 7.4E-08 2.4E-06 0.004 6.0E-04Naphthalene 0.136 0.13 5.3E-08 1.7E-06 0.02 8.6E-05Phenanthrene 0.865 0.13 3.4E-07 1.1E-05 no RfD availablePyrene 1.03 0.13 4E-07 1.3E-05 0.03 4.3E-042.10Hazard Index79 5.4.3 Carcinogenic Effects Not all COCs are known to cause carcinogenic effects. These include: Aluminum inadequate evidence of carcinogenicity; Antimony carcinogenicity unknown; Barium not classified as a human carcinogen; Manganese not classified as a human carcinogen; Selenium not classified as a human carcinogen; Vanadium inadequate evidence of carcinogenicity via dermal contact; Zinc inadequate evidence of carcinogenicity via dermal contact; Acenapthylene not classified as a human carcinogen; Fluorene not classified as a human carcinogen; 2-Methylnaphthalene not classified as a human carcinogen; Naphthalene not classified as a human carcinogen; Phenanthrene not classified as a human carcinogen; and Pyrene not classified as a human carcinogen. No oral slope factors are available for beryllium, cadmium and chromium due to insufficient evidence of carcinogenicity via dermal and oral exposure or due to insufficient data. These COCs were, therefore, omitted from this analysis. The toxic equivalency methodology (USEPA, 1993) was used to assess the relative carcinogenicity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as compared to benzo[a]pyrene. Toxic equivalency factors and the resultant equivalent concentrations of carcinogenic PAHs are shown in Table 30. 80 Table 30. Toxic equivalency factors for PAHs and equivalent calculated concentrations. Csoil (mg/kg) Toxic Equivalency Factor Equivalent Concentration (mg/kg) Acenaphthene 0.133 1 0.133 Anthracene 0.121 0.4 0.048 Benz[a]anthracene 0.758 0.2 0.152 Benzo[a]pyrene 1.274 1 1.274 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 1.949 0.8 1.559 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 1.188 0.009 0.011 Benzo[k]fluoranthene 0.574 0.03 0.017 Chrysene 0.931 0.1 0.093 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 0.286 10 2.860 Fluoranthene 1.073 0.08 0.086 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 0.865 0.07 0.061 Similar to dermal, non-cancerous risks, the oral slope factor was adjusted by the percentage of chemical absorption in the gastrointestinal system (if known) to estimate dermal slope factors for the COCs. For chemicals where no ABSGI is available, the default of one was used per USEPA guidance (USEPA, 2004). The adjusted slope factor for dermal exposure for each COC was calculated as: SFabs = SFo x ABSGI Equation 5 Where SFabs = absorbed slope factor (mg/kg-day)-1 SFo = slope factor (mg/kg-day)-1 ABSGI= percentage of chemical absorption in the gastrointestinal system The dermal cancer risk for each carcinogenic COC was calculated as: Dermal Cancer Risk = DAD x SFabs Equation 6 Where DAD = dermal absorbed dose per event (mg/kg-day) SFabs = absorbed slope factor (mg/kg-day)-1The dermal cancer risks for each individual COC were then summed to give the site dermal cancer risk. In general, a dermal cancer risk of greater than 10-4 is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The cancer risks from dermal exposure to COCs at the site are summarized in Table 31. The total dermal cancer risk for inorganics and PAHs at the site is 8.5 x 10-6. Therefore, there is no carcinogenic risk via the dermal exposure pathway. 81 5.4.4 Uncertainty in the Dermal Risk Analysis 5.4.4.1 Csoil Fourteen samples were analyzed for COCs. These samples were at depths ranging from 0 to 8 feet below grade. This is sufficient samples to allow for statistical analysis, including the derivation of UCL values for use in Equation 1. 5.4.4.2 Event Time (EV) USEPA recommends that the default event time be used. This assumes that no washing occurs and soil remains in contact with the skin for 24 hours. This assumption overestimates the expected exposure at this facility. In reality, construction and excavation workers will be onsite for eight hours and soil will remain in contact with their skin for no more than 12 hours, assuming workers shower each evening after completing work for the day. In the absence of detailed information about chemical absorption, it is not possible to assess the degree to which the exposure is overestimated. 5.4.4.3 Surface Area USEPA recommends using default skin surface areas based on the assumption that workers will be wearing pants, boots and a short sleeved shirt during construction and excavation. During the winter, workers will presumably wearing long sleeved shirts and/or coats, reducing the exposed skin surface area. 5.4.4.4 Frequency of Exposure Discussions with the architect led to the conservative assumption that workers would be exposed to the soil for no more than a year. In reality, the expected exposure is likely to be less than a year for any individual contractor. Contractors involved with the installation of utilities (and therefore in close contact with the soil) are expected to be onsite for less than three months. The foundation to support the building is expected to take approximately four months to install. Other contractors are expected to have much less exposure to the soil (for example; plumbers, electricians). Once the site has utilities and the base of construction completed, the area of the site outside the footprint of the building is to be paved, removing this exposure pathway. Similarly, once the building slab is poured, the dermal exposure pathway will be interrupted. The hazard index calculated for workers on site for 90 days during a one year exposure duration, is 0.75 (skin surface area exposed 3,300 cm2). Therefore, dermal risks to construction/excavation employees can be managed by reducing the frequency of exposure to 90 days or fewer. 5.4.4.5 Adherence Factors There is uncertainty associated with the degree with which soil particles absorb to the skin. The default value suggested by USEPA (2004) of 0.3 was used for construction and 82 excavation workers at the site. If excavation is accomplished mostly using equipment, thereby minimizing the workers contact with the soil, this value could be too high. However, for workers excavating by hand, this value could be too low. Assuming that any one worker will not be continuously excavating by hand, this default value was used to characterize average adherence. 5.4.4.6 Absorption Factors The amount of the chemical absorbed through the skin from soil particles is dependent on many physical, chemical and biological factors. USEPA (2004) recommends acknowledging these sources of uncertainty, but not adjusting the default values provided by USEPA because there is insufficient quantitative understanding of the impact of these factors of the absorption factors. For chemicals with no identified absorption factors, the default of 0.2 was used. This may over or underestimate the risk associated with individual COCs. 5.4.4.7 Toxicity Assessment Dermal reference doses and dermal slope factors have not been developed by USEPA. The extrapolation of oral reference doses and oral slope factors to assess dermal exposure introduces uncertainty into the toxicity assessment. The extrapolation from oral toxicity values does not account for different patterns of distribution, metabolism and excretion in the dermal exposure route. Differences between the oral and dermal exposure routes will be different for different COCs. It is expected that some dermal risks will be overestimated and others underestimated. The extrapolation of the oral slope factor to a dermal slope factor for PAHs does not account for the direct carcinogenic activity at the point of contact. The oral slope factor takes into account systemic effects at locations separated from the point of contact. However, carcinogenic PAHs (including benzo[a]pyrene), may cause skin cancer when in contact with the skin (animal studies show skin tumors developing in mice after exposure to benzo[a]pyrene). The cancer risks calculated above (i.e., systemic effects), therefore, will underestimate the cancer risk posed by PAHs at the site (i.e., systemic and direct effects). The health and safety plan at the site should, therefore, include provisions to minimize contact of workers with soil. 5.4.5 Risk from Multiple Chemicals Assessing risk from mixtures of chemicals is the subject of several USEPA guidance documents (USEPA, 1989 and USEPA, 2000). In general, there are three quantitative methods for assessing risk from chemical mixtures: If there is data on a sufficiently similar mixture, use toxicologic data on the characterized mixture; If chemicals have similar methods of toxicity and target organs, dose addition may be used; and 83 If chemicals have dissimilar methods of toxicity and target different organs, response addition may be used. There is no readily-available information on toxicological responses of a sufficiently similar mixture. In this situation, dose addition or response addition may be used. USEPA (2000) also allows for the performance of a qualitative risk assessment on the impact from multiple chemicals if there is insufficient data to complete a quantitative risk assessment. For non-carcinogenic effects of PAHs, a response addition approach was used. In general, there are two broad approaches to generating an overall hazard index: sum all individual hazard quotients irrespective of target organ, or sum individual hazard indices for chemicals that have the same target organ. Given that the hazard quotient for dermal contact with arsenic (without considering any other compounds) is greater than one (1), in order to be conservative, hazard indices for inorganic and organic COCs were summed without considering the target organ. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of similar compounds, many of which are carcinogenic. For this reason, a dose addition methodology was used to assess carcinogenic risk posed by this group of compounds. This was done using the recommended USEPA method of toxicologic equivalency factors (TEF), wherein the toxicity of each PAH is compared to benzo[a]pyrene and the slope factor for benzo[a]pyrene is used as the toxicologic standard. However, USEPA (1993) recommends only using the TEF methodology for carcinogenic effects due to the lack of studies examining non-carcinogenic effects of PAHs. As can be seen in Table 31, using this methodology for PAHs results in a carcinogenic risk of 8.44 x 10-6 (less than an unacceptable incremental cancer risk of 10-4). Given that the cancer risk for dermal contact with PAHs is two orders of magnitude greater than the cancer risk associated with arsenic, in order to be conservative, cancer risks for inorganic and organic COCs were summed without considering the target organ. 5.5 Inhalation of Outdoor Air Volatile Compounds 5.5.1 Estimating Concentration of Chemicals in Air The sampling program at the site analyzed the concentration of COCs in the soil. In order to estimate the concentration of each volatile COC in the air, the volatilization factor is used. The volatilization factor is the relationship between the concentration of a chemical in the soil and the flux of the chemical into the air. Of the identified COCs, the following are considered to pose a potential risk due to volatilization: mercury, acenaphthene, acenaphthylene, anthracene, fluorene, 2-methylnaphthalene, naphthalene, phenanthrene and pyrene. Table 32 lists the volatile compounds examined during this portion of the risk assessment, the volatilization factor (USEPA Mid Atlantic Risk Assessment, 2014) and the estimated concentration of the COCs in the air. Table 31. Dermal cancer risk for chemicals of concern.Csoil or equivalent concentration (mg/kg)Dermal Absorption fraction DAevent DADSlope Factor (Oral) ABSGIAbsorbed slope factorDermal Cancer RiskArsenic 183 0.03 1.65E-05 7.60E-06 0.0043 1 0.0043 3.27E-083.27E-08Acenaphthene 0.133 0.13 5.19E-08 2.39E-08 7.3 1 7.3 1.75E-07Anthracene 0.048 0.13 1.89E-08 8.71E-09 7.3 1 7.3 6.36E-08Benz[a]anthracene 0.152 0.13 5.91E-08 2.73E-08 7.3 1 7.3 1.99E-07Benzo[a]pyrene 1.274 0.13 4.97E-07 2.29E-07 7.3 1 7.3 1.67E-06Benzo[b]fluoranthene 1.559 0.13 6.08E-07 2.80E-07 7.3 1 7.3 2.05E-06Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 0.011 0.13 4.17E-09 1.92E-09 7.3 1 7.3 1.40E-08Benzo[k]fluoranthene 0.017 0.13 6.72E-09 3.10E-09 7.3 1 7.3 2.26E-08Chrysene 0.093 0.13 3.63E-08 1.67E-08 7.3 1 7.3 1.22E-07Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 2.860 0.13 1.12E-06 5.15E-07 7.3 1 7.3 3.76E-06Fluoranthene 0.086 0.13 3.35E-08 1.54E-08 7.3 1 7.3 1.13E-07Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 0.061 0.13 2.36E-08 1.09E-08 7.3 1 7.3 7.95E-088.44E-068.48E-06Dermal Cancer Risk (inorganic)Dermal Cancer Risk (organic)Total Dermal Cancer Risk 85 Table 32. Calculation of concentrations of volatile COCs in air. Csoil (mg/kg) Volatilization Factor (m3/kg) Cair (mg/m3) Mercury 33.45 2.56E+04 1.31E-03 Acenaphthene 12.34 1.20E+05 1.03E-04 Acenaphthylene 49.94 1.61E+05 3.10E-04 Anthracene 11.40 4.45E+05 2.56E-05 Fluorene 43.69 2.39E+05 1.83E-04 2-Methylnaphthalene 0.247 4.93E+04 5.01E-06 Naphthalene 8.426 3.94E+04 2.14E-04 Phenanthrene 367.3 5.48E+05 6.70E-04 Pyrene 515.6 2.02E+06 2.55E-04 5.5.2 Non-Cancer Effects According to USEPA (2009a), the steps in estimating exposure concentration include assessing exposure duration, exposure pattern, and exposure concentration. Exposure duration for construction and excavation workers on the site will be sub-chronic. In the guidance, acute exposure is defined as lasting 24 hours or less. Sub-chronic exposure is defined as repeated exposures for more than 30 days up to approximately 10 percent of a human lifespan (approximately 7 years). Chronic exposures are repeated exposures for more than 10 percent of the human lifespan. The decision flow chart (Figure 2 in USEPA, 2009a), requires that sub-chronic exposure concentrations are calculated if the repeated periods of exposure are at least as frequent as a sub-chronic toxicity test (6 to 8 hours a day, 5 days/week). If the exposure frequency is at least as frequent as a chronic toxicity test or an occupational study (6 to 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, 50 weeks a year), then a chronic exposure concentration should be calculated. The exposure of construction and excavation workers at the site could be defined (according to Figure 2, USEPA, 2009a) as either sub-chronic or chronic. The equation used to calculate the exposure concentration for both these situations is the same (Equation 7). EC = CA x ET x EF x ED Equation 7 AT Where: EC = Exposure concentration (mg/m3) CA = Contaminant concentration in air (mg/m3) ET = Exposure time (hours/day) EF = Exposure frequency (days/year) ED = Exposure duration (years) AT = Averaging time (days) 86 Concentration in air was calculated using volatilization factors (Section 5.5.1). The exposure used in the calculations was 250 days per year for one year for eight hours a day. This exposure scenario, which assumes that a worker is exposed 50 weeks/year and 5 days per week, was chosen in order to be conservative; the actual exposure frequency (according to the architect) will probably be less than a year for any individual working on site. The length of time that the site will be under excavation is expected to be less than a year with the rest of the two-year construction estimate being used for construction and finishing. As excavation is completed and areas of the site are paved, the volatilization of volatile COCs would be reduced. An averaging time of one year was used (USEPA, 2004). The exposure concentration (EC) calculated for each volatile COC was compared to an RfC value. For SVOCs with no defined RfC value, it is recommended that an RfC for a similar PAH be used, therefore, the RfC value for naphthalene was used. The hazard quotient for each volatile COC was calculated as: HQ = EC / RfC Equation 8 Where HQ = Hazard quotient EC = Exposure concentration (mg/m3) RfC = Reference concentration (mg/m3) In general, a hazard index greater than one (1) is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The non-cancer risks from inhalation exposure to COCs at the site are summarized in Table 33. The COC with the highest calculated hazard quotient is mercury (hazard quotient 0.996). Further discussion about the hazard indices calculated for the inhalation of volatile compounds is in Section 5.8.1. Table 33. Hazard quotients for volatile COCs - inhalation pathway. CA (mg/m3) Exposure Concentration (mg/m3) Reference Concentration (mg/m3) Hazard quotient Mercury 1.31E-03 2.98E-04 3.00E-04 9.96E-01 Hazard Index due to mercury 0.996 Acenaphthene 1.03E-04 2.35E-05 3.00E-03 7.83E-03 Acenaphthylene 3.10E-04 7.08E-05 3.00E-03 2.36E-02 Anthracene 2.47E-04 5.64E-05 3.00E-03 1.88E-02 Fluorene 1.83E-04 4.17E-05 3.00E-03 1.39E-02 2-Methylnaphthalene 5.01E-06 1.14E-06 3.00E-03 3.81E-04 Naphthalene 2.14E-04 4.88E-05 3.00E-03 1.63E-02 Phenanthrene 6.70E-04 1.53E-04 3.00E-03 5.10E-02 Pyrene 2.55E-04 5.83E-05 3.00E-03 1.94E-02 Hazard Index due to volatile SVOCs 0.15 87 5.5.3 Carcinogenic Effects According to USEPA (2009a), Equation 9 should be used to estimate the exposure concentration for inhaled carcinogenic volatile COCs. Mercury was omitted from the estimation of cancerous risks because it is not considered to be a human carcinogen. EC = CA x ET x EF x ED Equation 9 AT Where: EC = Exposure concentration (mg/m3) CA = Contaminant concentration in air (mg/m3) ET = Exposure time (hours/day) EF = Exposure frequency (days/year) ED = Exposure duration (years) AT = Averaging time (days) Concentration in air was calculated using volatilization factors (Section 5.5.1). The exposure used in the calculations was 250 days per year for one year for eight hours a day. This exposure scenario, which assumes that a worker is exposed 50 weeks/year and 5 days per week, was chosen in order to be conservative; the actual exposure frequency (according to the architect) will probably be less than a year for any individual working on site. The length of time that the site will be under excavation is expected to be less than a year with the rest of the two-year construction estimate being used for construction and finishing. As excavation is completed and areas of the site are paved, the volatilization of volatile COCs would be reduced. A default averaging time of seventy years was used to assess cancer risks (USEPA, 2009a). The inhalation cancer risk is calculated using the Inhalation Unit Risk (IUR) provided by IRIS. As in Section 6.5.2, the IUR for naphthalene was used as the IUR for other volatile PAHs due to the lack of derived IURs for these other chemicals. The inhalation cancer risk for each carcinogenic COC was calculated as: Inhalation Cancer Risk = EC x IUR Equation 10 Where EC = exposure concentration (mg/m3) IUR = inhalation unit risk (mg/m3)-1The inhalation cancer risks for each individual COC were then summed to give the site inhalation cancer risk due to volatile compounds. In general, a cancer risk of greater than 10-4 is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The cancer risks from inhalation exposure to volatile COCs at the site are summarized in Table 34. The total inhalation cancer risk for PAHs at the site is 7.7 x 10-6. Therefore, there is no carcinogenic risk due to inhalation of volatile COCs in outdoor air. 88 Table 34. Cancer risks associated with the inhalation of volatilized COCs. Cair (mg/m3) Exposure Concentration (mg/m3) Inhalation Unit Risk (ug/m3) Inhalation Unit Risk (mg/m3) Inhalation Cancer Risk Acenaphthene 1.03E-04 1.17E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 3.99E-07 Acenaphthylene 3.10E-04 3.54E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 1.20E-06 Anthracene 2.47E-04 2.82E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 9.59E-07 Fluorene 1.83E-04 2.09E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 7.10E-07 2-Methylnaphthalene 5.01E-06 1.14E-06 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 3.89E-08 Naphthalene 2.14E-04 2.44E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 8.30E-07 Phenanthrene 6.70E-04 7.65E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 2.60E-06 Pyrene 2.55E-04 2.91E-05 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 9.91E-07 Cancer Risk 7.73E-06 5.6 Inhalation of Outdoor Air Particulates 5.6.1 Estimating Concentration of Chemicals as Particulates in Air The sampling program at the site, analyzed the concentration of COCs in the soil. In order to estimate the concentration of each COC in the air as particulates, the particulate emission factor was used. The particulate emission factor was estimated to be 6.44 x 108, based on tables from USEPA Mid Atlantic Risk Assessment (2014) (data from Cleveland, Ohio for a 5-acre site was used). The estimated concentrations of particulates in fugitive dust from the site are provided in Table 35. All COCs at the site were considered to be part of dust emissions from the site. 5.6.2 Non-Cancer Effects According to USEPA (2009a), the steps in estimating exposure concentration include assessing exposure duration, exposure pattern, and exposure concentration. Exposure duration for construction and excavation workers on the site will be sub-chronic. In the guidance, acute exposure is defined as lasting 24 hours or less; sub-chronic is defined as repeated exposures for more than 30 days up to approximately 10 percent of a human lifespan (approximately 7 years), and chronic exposures are repeated exposures for more than 10 percent of the human lifespan. The decision flow chart (Figure 2 in USEPA, 2009a), requires that sub-chronic exposure concentrations are calculated if the repeated periods of exposure are at least as frequent as a sub-chronic toxicity test (6 to 8 hours a day, 5 days/week). If the exposure frequency is at least as frequent as a chronic toxicity test or an occupational study (6 to 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, 50 weeks a year), then a chronic exposure concentration should be calculated. 89 Table 35. Calculation of concentrations of particulate COCs in air. Csoil (mg/kg) Particulate Emission Factor (m3/kg) CA (mg/m3) Aluminum 6305 6.44E+08 9.79E-06 Antimony 9.582 6.44E+08 1.49E-08 Arsenic 160.4 6.44E+08 2.49E-07 Barium 796.3 6.44E+08 1.24E-06 Beryllium 0.497 6.44E+08 7.72E-10 Cadmium 3.186 6.44E+08 4.95E-09 Chromium 85.04 6.44E+08 1.32E-07 Lead 989.9 6.44E+08 1.54E-06 Manganese 555.4 6.44E+08 8.62E-07 Mercury 33.45 6.44E+08 5.19E-08 Selenium 4.806 6.44E+08 7.46E-09 Vanadium 17.85 6.44E+08 2.77E-08 Zinc 1214 6.44E+08 1.89E-06 Acenaphthene 12.34 6.44E+08 1.92E-08 Acenaphthylene 49.94 6.44E+08 7.75E-08 Anthracene 110 6.44E+08 1.71E-07 Benz[a]anthracene 270.9 6.44E+08 4.21E-07 Benzo[a]pyrene 238.8 6.44E+08 3.71E-07 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 271.2 6.44E+08 4.21E-07 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 129.3 6.44E+08 2.01E-07 Benzo[k]fluoranthene 116.1 6.44E+08 1.80E-07 Chrysene 245.3 6.44E+08 3.81E-07 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 38.23 6.44E+08 5.94E-08 Fluoranthene 631.5 6.44E+08 9.81E-07 Fluorene 43.69 6.44E+08 6.78E-08 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 116.3 6.44E+08 1.81E-07 2-Methylnaphthalene 0.247 6.44E+08 3.84E-10 Naphthalene 8.426 6.44E+08 1.31E-08 Phenanthrene 367.3 6.44E+08 5.70E-07 Pyrene 515.6 6.44E+08 8.01E-07 90 The exposure of construction and excavation workers at the site could be defined (according to Figure 2, USEPA, 2009a) as either sub-chronic or chronic. The equation used to calculate the exposure concentration for both these situations is the same (Equation 7). Concentration in air was calculated using particulate emission factors (Section 5.6.1). The exposure used in the calculations was 250 days per year for one year for eight hours a day. An averaging time of one year was used (USEPA, 2004). This exposure scenario, which assumes that a worker is exposed 50 weeks/year and 5 days per week, was chosen in order to be conservative; the actual exposure frequency (according to the architect) will probably be less than a year for any individual working on site. The length of time that the site will be under excavation is expected to be less than a year with the rest of the two-year construction estimate being used for construction and finishing. As excavation is completed and areas of the site are paved, the emission of particulate COCs as dust would be reduced. Additionally, dust mitigation during construction and excavation will further reduce the emission of COCs as particulates. The exposure concentration (EC) calculated for each COC was compared to an RfC value. For volatile SVOCs with no defined RfC value, the RfC value for naphthalene was used (acenaphthene, acenaphthylene, anthracene, fluorene, 3-methylnaphthalene, phenanthrene and pyrene). A proposed RfC of 2x10-6 (USEPA, 2012-Draft Guidance) was used for benzo[a]pyrene and the remainder of the PAH compounds in this risk assessment. USEPA does not recommend a RfC for arsenic, barium and vanadium, so arsenic, barium and vanadium were excluded from this risk assessment. OSHA set the safe limit for aluminum dusts at 5 mg/m3, however, there is no RfC for aluminum. The estimated exposure concentration for aluminum dusts is 9.8 x 10-6 mg/m3, therefore, aluminum was therefore omitted from this portion of the risk assessment because the concentration in the air at the site is six orders of magnitudes less than the OSHA limit for exposure (Table 35). Similarly, zinc was omitted from the calculation the OSHA PEL for zinc is 1 mg/m3, and the concentration estimated at the site is 1.9 x 10-6 mg/m3 (Table 35). The RfC for antimony trioxide was used to approximate exposure risks from antimony. A draft RfC, proposed by USEPA in 1999 was used as a comparison point for particulate cadmium concentrations, even though IRIS does not currently provide an RfC for cadmiuim. For selenium, the California EPA chronic reference exposure level of 0.02 mg/m3 was used as an RfC value. The lines in Table 36 for cadmium and selenium are highlighted in gray because of the additional uncertainty associated with these values. The hazard quotient for each volatile COC was calculated as: HQ = EC / RfC Equation 11 Where HQ = Hazard quotient EC = Exposure concentration (mg/m3) RfC = Reference concentration (mg/m3) The hazard quotients for each individual COC were then summed to give the site hazard index. In general, a hazard index greater than one (1) is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The non-cancer risks from inhalation exposure to COCs at the site are summarized in Table 36. 91 The hazard index for the inhalation of non-carcinogenic particulates is 0.373, below the recommended hazard index of one (1). Table 36. Hazard quotients for particulate COCs - inhalation pathway. Cair (mg/m3) Exposure Concentration (mg/m3) Reference Concentration (mg/m3) Hazard Quotient Antimony 1.49E-08 3.40E-09 2.00E-04 1.70E-05 Beryllium 7.72E-10 1.76E-10 2.00E-05 8.81E-06 Cadmium 4.95E-09 1.13E-09 7.00E-04 1.61E-06 Chromium 1.32E-07 3.01E-08 3.00E-04 3.76E-06 Manganese 8.62E-07 1.97E-07 5.00E-05 3.94E-03 Mercury 5.19E-08 1.19E-08 3.00E-04 3.95E-05 Selenium 7.46E-09 1.70E-09 2.00E-02 8.52E-08 Acenaphthene 1.92E-08 4.37E-09 3.00E-03 1.46E-06 Acenaphthylene 7.75E-08 1.77E-08 3.00E-03 5.90E-06 Anthracene 1.71E-07 3.90E-08 3.00E-03 1.30E-05 Benz[a]anthracene 4.21E-07 9.60E-08 2.00E-06 4.80E-02 Benzo[a]pyrene 3.71E-07 8.47E-08 2.00E-06 4.23E-02 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 4.21E-07 9.61E-08 2.00E-06 4.81E-02 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 2.01E-07 4.58E-08 2.00E-06 2.29E-02 Benzo[k]fluoranthene 1.80E-07 4.12E-08 2.00E-06 2.06E-02 Chrysene 3.81E-07 8.70E-08 2.00E-06 4.35E-02 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 5.94E-08 1.36E-08 2.00E-06 6.78E-03 Fluoranthene 9.81E-07 2.24E-07 2.00E-06 1.12E-01 Fluorene 6.78E-08 1.55E-08 3.00E-03 5.16E-06 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 1.81E-07 4.12E-08 2.00E-06 2.06E-02 2-Methylnaphthalene 3.84E-10 8.76E-11 3.00E-03 2.92E-08 Naphthalene 1.31E-08 2.99E-09 3.00E-03 9.96E-07 Phenanthrene 5.70E-07 1.30E-07 3.00E-03 4.34E-05 Pyrene 8.01E-07 1.83E-07 3.00E-03 6.09E-05 Hazard Index 0.369 5.6.3 Carcinogenic Effects According to USEPA (2009a), Equation 9 should be used to estimate the exposure concentration for inhaled carcinogenic particulate COCs. Aluminum, antimony, barium, manganese, mercury, selenium, vanadium, zinc, acenaphthene, acenaphthylene, anthracene, benzo[g,h,i]perylene, fluoranthene, fluorene, 2-methylnaphthalene, phenanthrene and pyrene 92 were omitted from the estimation of cancerous risks because these chemicals are not considered to be human carcinogens when inhaled. Concentration in air was calculated using particulate emission factors (Section 5.6.1). The exposure used in the calculations was 250 days per year for one year for eight hours a day. A default averaging time of seventy years was used to assess cancer risks (USEPA, 2009a). This exposure scenario, which assumes that a worker is exposed 50 weeks/year and 5 days per week, was chosen in order to be conservative; the actual exposure frequency (according to the architect) will probably be less than a year for any individual working on site. The length of time that the site will be under excavation is expected to be less than a year with the rest of the two-year construction estimate being used for construction and finishing. As excavation is completed and areas of the site are paved, the emission of particulate COCs would be reduced. The inhalation cancer risk was calculated using the Inhalation Unit Risk (IUR) provided by IRIS, where available. When data from IRIS was not available for the IUR, the values from USEPA Mid Atlantic Risk Assessment (2014) tables were used (Table 22). The inhalation cancer risk for each carcinogenic COC was calculated using Equation 10. The inhalation cancer risks for each individual COC were then summed to give the site inhalation cancer risk due to volatile compounds. In general, a cancer risk of greater than 10-4 is considered to pose an unacceptable risk. The cancer risks from inhalation exposure to volatile COCs at the site are summarized in Table 37. The total inhalation cancer risk for particulates at the site is 3.75 x 10-7. Therefore, there is no carcinogenic risk due to inhalation of particulate COCs in outdoor air. Table 37. Cancer risks associated with the inhalation of particulate COCs. Cair (mg/m3) Exposure Concentration (mg/m3) Inhalation Unit Risk (ug/m3)-1Inhalation Unit Risk (mg/m3)-1Inhalation Cancer Risk Arsenic 2.49E-07 2.84E-08 4.30E-03 4.30E+00 1.22E-07 Beryllium 7.72E-10 8.81E-11 2.40E-03 2.40E+00 2.11E-10 Cadmium 4.95E-09 5.65E-10 1.80E-03 1.80E+00 1.02E-09 Chromium 1.32E-07 1.51E-08 1.20E-02 1.20E+01 1.81E-07 Benz[a]anthracene 4.21E-07 4.80E-08 1.10E-04 1.10E-01 5.28E-09 Benzo[a]pyrene 3.71E-07 4.23E-08 1.10E-03 1.10E+00 4.66E-08 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 4.21E-07 4.81E-08 1.10E-04 1.10E-01 5.29E-09 Benzo[k]fluoranthene 1.80E-07 2.06E-08 1.10E-04 1.10E-01 2.26E-09 Chrysene 3.81E-07 4.35E-08 1.10E-05 1.10E-02 4.78E-10 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 5.94E-08 6.78E-09 1.20E-03 1.20E+00 8.13E-09 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 1.81E-07 2.06E-08 1.10E-04 1.10E-01 2.27E-09 Naphthalene 1.31E-08 1.49E-09 3.40E-05 3.40E-02 5.08E-11 3.75E-07 93 5.7 Uncertainty Associated with Inhalation Risk Analysis 5.7.1 Calculation of Concentrations in Air Extrapolating from soil concentrations introduces uncertainty into the calculations. Volatilization from soil into air was estimated using volatilization factors, which are not always readily available. There is also uncertainty in the estimation of the particulate emission factor. The inhalation risk assessment could be refined (and uncertainty reduced) by measuring ambient concentrations of COCs during construction and excavation. 5.7.2 Calculation of Exposure Concentrations The exposure concentrations calculated for chronic and sub-chronic exposure do not account for short time periods during which workers may be exposed to elevated concentrations of COCs (for example, during the excavation of a hot spot). Exposure concentrations are also dependent on the exposure time. Discussions with the architect led to the conservative assumption that workers would be exposed to the soil for no more than a year. In reality, the expected exposure is likely to be less than a year for any individual contractor. Contractors involved with the installation of utilities are expected to be onsite for less than three months. The foundations to support the building are expected to take approximately four months to install. Once the site has utilities and the base of construction completed, the area of the site outside the footprint of the building is to be paved, limiting workers exposure to inhaled volatiles and particulates. If adequate dust mitigation methods are incorporated into the sites health and safety plan, the concentration of particulates in the air would be further reduced. 5.7.3 Toxicity Assessment Inhalation reference concentrations have not been developed by USEPA for all COCs at this site. The use of OSHA standards and draft USEPA RfCs to assess dermal exposure introduces uncertainty into the toxicity assessment. 5.7.4 Estimating Carcinogenic Risks For high exposures (those which have risks greater than 10-2), the inhalation unit risk is not appropriate to use. However, the greatest risks documented during this risk assessment were on the order of 10-7 (for arsenic and chromium), so use of the IUR does not introduce excess uncertainty. 5.7.5 Risk from Multiple Chemicals Assessing risk from mixtures of chemicals is the subject of several USEPA guidance documents (USEPA, 1989 and USEPA 2000). In general, there are three quantitative methods for assessing risk from chemical mixtures: 94 If there is data on a sufficiently similar mixture, use toxicologic data on the characterized mixture; If chemicals have similar methods of toxicity and target organs, dose addition may be used; and If chemicals have dissimilar methods of toxicity and target different organs, response addition may be used. There is no readily available information on toxicological responses of a sufficiently similar mixture. In this situation, dose addition or response addition may be used. USEPA (2000) also allows for the performance of a qualitative risk assessment on the impact from multiple chemicals if there is insufficient data to complete a quantitative risk assessment. 5.7.5.1 Inhalation of Volatile Chemicals Two distinct groups of chemicals contribute hazard quotients to the total risk posed by the inhalation of volatile compounds: mercury and volatile PAHs. All volatile PAHs were assumed to have the same mode of action and potency at naphthalene. The critical effects caused by naphthalene (according to IRIS) are nasal effects, including hyperplasia and metaphasia in respiratory and olfactory epithelium, respectively. However, the critical effects of the inhalation of mercury are hand tremor, increases in memory disturbance, slight subjective and objective evidence of autonomic dysfunction. Therefore, volatile PAHs impact the lungs and nose, while mercury impacts the nervous system. Given these two distinct modes of action, it is not necessarily appropriate to sum the hazard indices across the target organs. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of similar compounds, many of which are carcinogenic. While an explicit dose addition methodology (using TEFs) was used in Section 5.4.3 for assessing the carcinogenic risk associated with dermal exposure to PAHs, inhalation exposure to volatile PAHs used an implicit dose addition methodology. That is, the inhalation unit risks provided for the PAHs were scaled from the IUR for benzo[a]pyrene. As can be seen in Table 34, using this methodology for PAHs results in a carcinogenic risk of 7.73 x 10-6 (less than the target incremental cancer risk of 10-4). 5.7.5.2 Inhalation of Particulate Chemicals The total hazard index posed by exposure to particulate COCs is 0.369, regardless of target organ. This is less than the target hazard index of one (1). Therefore, no risk is posed to construction and excavation workers by particulate COCs. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of similar compounds, many of which are carcinogenic. While an explicit dose addition methodology (using TEFs) was used in Section 5.4.3 for assessing the carcinogenic risk associated with dermal exposure to PAHs, inhalation exposure to volatile PAHs used an implicit dose addition methodology. That is, the inhalation unit risks provided for the PAHs were scaled from the IUR for benzo[a]pyrene. As can be seen in Table 37, using this methodology for PAHs results in a carcinogenic risk of 7.03 x 95 10-8 (less than an unacceptable incremental cancer risk of 10-4). In order to be conservative, total cancer risk to particulates were summed without considering the target organ. This resulted in a total incremental cancer risk of 3.75 x 10-7 (less than an unacceptable incremental cancer risk of 10-4). Therefore, there is no carcinogenic risk due to inhalation of particulate COCs in outdoor air. 5.8 Summary of Total Risk to Construction and Excavation Workers 5.8.1 Non-Cancer Risks (Dermal Plus Inhalation) Table 38 shows the non-carcinogenic risks posed to construction and excavation workers, separated by target organ. The target hazard index of one (1) is exceeded for the nervous system and blood. The COCs that target the nervous system include mercury, aluminum and manganese. Inhalation of volatile mercury and dermal contact with aluminum contribute over 97 percent of the risk posed to the nervous system. The dermal risk can be reduced by wearing gloves and long sleeves. The dermal risk can be further reduced if employees shower immediately on finishing work each day because the dermal risk assessment process considers that soil is in contact with the skin for 24 hours each day. Even protective dermal measures may not reduce the hazard index below the USEPA threshold of one (1) due to the risk posed by the inhalation of mercury. It is important to note that the inhalation risk assessment was conducted using concentrations of mercury reported in the soil (as opposed to soil gas) (Section 5.7.1). Risk assessment performed using soil gas measurements (as opposed to the soil values used here) would provide more certainty as to whether this pathway is of concern. Alternatively, administrative controls could be used to reduce the exposure to mercury vapor, including rotating workers to reduce the time of exposure at the site. Preliminary calculations indicate that total exposure for an adult worker should not exceed 200 days. Given that the architect did not expect individual construction teams to be onsite for more than six months, this exposure period should not negatively affect construction at the site. The COCs that target blood include antimony, arsenic, zinc and fluorene. Dermal contact with arsenic contributes over 98 percent of the risk to the blood. This risk can be reduced to acceptable levels by providing employees with gloves and having workers wear long sleeves. This risk can be further reduced if employees shower immediately on finishing work each day because the dermal risk assessment process considers that soil is in contact with the skin for 24 hours each day. 96 Table 38. Total non-carcinogenic risks to construction and excavation workers. Target Organ Chemical of Concern Pathway Hazard Quotient Nervous System Mercury Inhalation-volatile 9.96E-01 Aluminum Dermal 1.10E-01 Manganese Dermal 3.00E-02 Manganese Inhalation-particulate 3.94E-03 Mercury Inhalation-particulate 3.95E-05 Hazard Index - Nervous System 1.14 Nose and Lungs Volatile PAHs Inhalation-volatile 1.50E-01 2-Methylnaphthalene Dermal 6.00E-04 Volatile PAHs Inhalation-particulate 1.31E-04 Antimony Inhalation-particulate 1.70E-05 Beryllium Inhalation-particulate 8.81E-06 Chromium Inhalation-particulate 3.76E-06 Hazard Index - Nose and Lungs 0.15 Blood Antimony Dermal 1.10E-06 Arsenic Dermal 1.80E+00 Zinc Dermal 3.10E-02 Fluorene Dermal 1.50E-05 Hazard Index Blood 1.83 Kidneys Barium Dermal 1.90E-02 Cadmium Dermal 4.80E-08 Pyrene Dermal 4.40E-05 Cadmium Inhalation-particulate 1.61E-06 Hazard index - Kidneys 0.02 Liver Selenium Dermal 1.10E-05 Acenaphthene Dermal 5.10E-06 Selenium Inhalation-particulate 8.52E-08 Fluoranthene Dermal 3.40E-04 Hazard Index Liver 3.56E-04 Intestines Beryllium Dermal 1.60E-06 Hair Vanadium Dermal 0.03 Weight loss Naphthalene Dermal 8.50E-05 Reproductive System Non-volatile PAHs Inhalation-particulate 0.37 Total Hazard Index-all target organs 3.54 97 5.8.2 Carcinogenic Risk (Dermal and Inhalation) The total carcinogenic risk across all pathways (regardless of target organ) is 1.66 x 10-5(Table 39). This value is less than the acceptable incremental carcinogenic risk of 10-4recommended by USEPA. Therefore, no carcinogenic risks are posed to construction and excavation workers at the site. Table 39. Total carcinogenic risks to construction and excavation workers. Incremental Carcinogenic Risk Dermal 8.48E-06 Inhalation volatile 7.73E-06 Inhalation particulate 3.75E-07 Total Risk 1.66E-05 5.8.3 Total Risk (Dermal and Inhalation) Based on the concentrations of COCs in the soil, construction/excavation workers are expected to have an increased dermal risk due to arsenic. This risk can be managed by requiring workers (as part of a health and safety plan) to wear gloves and long sleeves. Workers should also be reminded that showering after work will further reduce their exposure risk. In addition, construction/excavation workers are expected to have an unacceptable increased inhalation risk due to mercury if they are onsite fulltime more than 200 days. This risk can be managed (as part of a health and safety plan) by limiting either the number of hours and/or the number of days of exposure for the worker. 5.9 Indoor Air Risk Assessment 5.9.1 Calculating Exposure Concentrations Concentrations of COCs in indoor air in the proposed jail, proposed jail and possible expansion, and proposed Sheriffs Office were estimated using the Johnson and Ettinger (1991) model. Version 3.1 of the model was used (Environmental Quality Management, 2004). COCs that are considered to be sufficiently toxic and sufficiently volatile were included in this portion of the risk assessment. Chemicals are considered to be sufficiently toxic if the non-cancer hazard index of the vapor concentration of the pure chemical is greater than one (1) or if the vapor concentration of the pure chemical creates an incremental life time cancer risk of more than 1 x 10-6. Chemicals with a Henrys law constant of greater than 1 x 10-5 atm-m3/mole were considered to be sufficiently volatile (Environmental Quality Management, 2004). Therefore, the COCs included in this portion of the risk assessment were acenaphthene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, chrysene, fluorene, mercury, 2-methylnaphthalene, naphthalene and pyrene. 98 Inputs to the Johnson and Ettinger model can be grouped as chemical-specific, soil, building, and exposure scenarios. Default chemical input parameters were used as provided in the look-up tables within the Johnson and Ettinger model and concentrations of COC were used from Tables 26 and 27. Input values used for all model runs pertaining to soil conditions at the site are listed in Table 40. Parameters describing the proposed buildings are provided in Table 41. The three scenarios investigated were for the proposed jail; the proposed jail and possible expansion; and the Sheriffs Office. Figure 15 shows the location of the proposed jail (red outline), possible expansion area (green outline), and Sheriffs Office (light pink outline on the west side of the site). Exposure scenarios were investigated for jail inmates and adults working at the facilities (Table 42). For the purposes of this assessment, residents were assumed to be exposed to the air inside the building for one year with continuous exposure 365 days a year. (According to Fairfield County personnel, the average stay in the Fairfield County jail is 14 days. However, for misdemeanors under ORC 2929.24, there are times when sentences can add to 360 days. Further, if there is a felony 5 charge, which is rare in Fairfield County, the time could exceed a year depending on multiple factors. Reportedly, the longest duration recently has been 18 months.) For adult workers in the proposed jail and Sheriffs office, the exposure time was 25 years (USEPA recommended value for commercial/industrial exposure scenarios) with exposure 250 days a year (50 weeks a year, 5 days a week). 5.9.2 Carcinogenic and Non-Carcinogenic Risks Results from the Johnson and Ettinger model are summarized in Table 43. Scenarios with a hazard quotient greater than 0.1 are highlighted in orange and those with a hazard quotient greater than 1 are highlighted in yellow. Full result outputs are provided in Appendix N. 99 Table 40. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model - soil parameters. Parameter Input Value Units Rationale Average soil temperature 10 oC Default Depth below grade to bottom of enclosed floor space 15 cm Model setting for slab on grade scenario Depth below bottom of grade to top of contamination 20 cm Must be greater than Depth below grade to bottom of enclosed floor space Depth below bottom of grade to bottom of contamination 360 cm Based on depth of fill in borings Thickness of soil stratum A 20 cm soil stratum total depth must equal depth below grade to top of contamination Soil stratum A SCS soil type LS Based on data from borings Stratum A soil dry bulk density 1.62 g/cm3 Model default for LS soil type Stratum A soil total porosity 0.39 Model default for LS soil type Stratum A soil water filled porosity 0.076 cm3/cm3 Model default for LS soil type Stratum A soil organic carbon fraction 0.002 Model default for LS soil type 100 Table 41. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model - building parameters. Parameter Scenario Input Value Units Rationale Enclosed space floor thickness 10 cm Model default Soil-building pressure differential 40 g/cm-s2 Model default Enclosed floor space length Proposed jail 7161 cm Based on area weighted average of one story and two story areas of the proposed building Proposed jail and expansion 8258 cm Proposed Sheriff's Office 4838 cm Enclosed floor space width Proposed jail 7161 cm Based on area weighted average of one story and two story areas of the proposed building Proposed jail and expansion 8258 cm Proposed Sheriff's office 4838 cm Enclosed space height Proposed jail 538 cm Based on the area of the proposed building Proposed jail and expansion 555 cm Proposed Sheriff's office 305 cm Floor-wall seam crack width 0.1 cm Model default Indoor air exchange rate 1 1/hr Data from consultant engineers designing the HVAC system Table 42. Input parameters for the Johnson and Ettinger model - exposure scenarios. Parameter Scenario Input Value Units Rationale Averaging time for carcinogens 70 years US EPA default Averaging time for non-carcinogens Adult resident 1 years Averaging time equals exposure duration for non-carcinogens Adult worker 25 years Exposure duration Adult resident 1 years See text Adult worker 25 years Exposure frequency Adult resident 365 days/year See text Adult worker 250 days/year Table 43. Results from the Johnson and Ettinger Model.Parameter ScenarioIncremental risk from vapor intrusion to indoor air (carcinogen)Hazard quotient from vapor intrusion to indoor air (non-carcinogenic)Acenaphthene Residential proposed jail 9.48E-05Residential proposed jail and expansion 7.97E-05Worker proposed jail 6.49E-05Worker proposed jail and expansion 5.46E-05Worker proposed Sheriff's office 1.69E-04Benzo[b]fluoranthene Residential proposed jail 3.15E-11Residential proposed jail and expansion 2.65E-11Worker proposed jail 5.40E-10Worker proposed jail and expansion 4.54E-10Worker proposed Sheriff's office 1.41E-09Chrysene Residential proposed jail 1.25E-12Residential proposed jail and expansion 1.05E-12Worker proposed jail 2.13E-11Worker proposed jail and expansion 1.80E-11Worker proposed Sheriff's office 5.57E-11Fluorene Residential proposed jail 1.05E-04Residential proposed jail and expansion 8.84E-05Worker proposed jail 7.20E-05Worker proposed jail and expansion 6.05E-05Worker proposed Sheriff's office 1.88E-04Mercury Residential proposed jail 3.66Residential proposed jail and expansion 3.08Worker proposed jail 2.51Worker proposed jail and expansion 2.11Worker proposed Sheriff's office 6.532-Methylnaphthalene Residential proposed jail 4.72E-05Residential proposed jail and expansion 3.97E-05Worker proposed jail 3.23E-05Worker proposed jail and expansion 2.72E-05Worker proposed Sheriff's office 8.43E-05Naphthalene Residential proposed jail 6.61E-02Residential proposed jail and expansion 5.56E-02Worker proposed jail 4.53E-02Worker proposed jail and expansion 3.81E-02Worker proposed Sheriff's office 1.18E-01Pyrene Residential proposed jail 1.39E-05Residential proposed jail and expansion 1.19E-05Worker proposed jail 9.51E-06Worker proposed jail and expansion 7.99E-06Worker proposed Sheriff's office 2.48E-05102 As shown in Table 43, naphthalene has a hazard quotient of 0.118 for workers in the proposed Sheriffs office. However, the hazard quotient for mercury is an order of magnitude higher. In all five scenarios investigated, the hazard quotient for mercury exceeded one (1). These calculations are based on the analysis of bulk soil, which introduces increased uncertainty in the risk analysis. Ohio EPA (2010b) recommends further data collection (including soil gas sampling and analysis) prior to a definitive determination of risk. Based on preliminary evaluation of concentrations of mercury and naphthalene in the soil, measurements of concentrations of these chemicals of concern in soil gas have been initiated to determine if vapor intrusion into the new building will pose an increased health risk for workers and residents. If soil gas measurements show no increased exposure, then no measures are needed to protect the residents and workers. If soil gas measurements indicate an increased exposure, then measures to interrupt the pathway must be employed (e.g. installation of a physical barrier below the slab with passive or active air removal). 5.9.3 Uncertainty Associated with Indoor Air Risk Analysis The Johnson and Ettinger model is a screening model that takes into account both convective and diffusive mechanisms and estimates the transport of contaminant vapors from soils into buildings located immediately above the contaminated soil. The Johnson and Ettinger model is a one-dimensional analytical model that takes into account contaminant attenuation as contaminants move from soil into soil gas into buildings. There is limited experimental data to assist in the definition of input parameters. Therefore, unless site-specific data were available, recommended model defaults were used to create a conservative estimate of vapor concentration. There is greater uncertainty associated with calculating indoor air concentrations of contaminants when starting from soil analytical data than when using soil gas data. To account for this increased uncertainty, the hazard quotient was compared to 0.1 [instead of the usual value of one (1)], as recommended by Ohio EPA (2010b). In addition to the uncertainty associated with soil analytical information, the Johnson and Ettinger model has the following assumptions/limitations (according to Environmental Quality Management, 2004): 1. Contaminant vapors enter the structure primarily through cracks and openings in the walls and foundation. 2. Convective transport occurs primarily within the building zone of influence and vapor velocities decrease rapidly with increasing distance from the structure. 3. Diffusion dominates vapor transport between the source of contamination and the building zone of influence. 4. All vapors originating from below the building will enter the building unless the floor and walls are perfect vapor barriers. 103 5. All soil properties in any horizontal plane are homogenous. 6. The contaminant is homogenously distributed within the zone of contamination. 7. The areal extent of contamination is greater than that of the building floor in contact with the soil. 8. Vapor transport occurs in the absence of convective water movement within the soil column (i.e., evaporation of infiltration), and in the absence of mechanical dispersion. 9. The model does not account for transformation processes (e.g., biodegradation, hydrolysis, etc.). 10. The soil layer in contact with the structure floor and walls is isotropic with respect to permeability. 11. Both the building ventilation rate and the difference in dynamic pressure between the interior of the structure and the soil surface are constant values. Despite these assumptions and inherent limitations of the Johnson and Ettinger model, the model results have compared favorably to experimental case histories and three-dimensional numerical modeling of radon transport into homes (Ohio EPA, 2010b). The recommended use of the Johnson and Ettinger model is to identify sites that may require further assessment with respect to the indoor air pathway. The model should be used only to assess whether a risk-exposure level may be exceeded at the site. It should not be used to predict the exact concentrations of contaminants in indoor air at a facility. 5.10 Risk Assessment for Lead 5.10.1 Adult Lead Methodology Risks due to exposure to lead are not modeled in the same manner as other chemicals because it does not appear to have a threshold exposure level (i.e., the USEPA does not consider the use of RfD or RfC values to be appropriate). The generally-accepted methodology for assessing exposure to lead is the comparison of estimated blood lead concentrations to a reference level of 10 g/dl. The USEPAs recommended model for evaluating blood lead concentrations in non-residential adult exposure scenarios is the Adult Lead Methodology (ALM). The ALM model is a tool to estimate the concentration of lead in the blood of non-residential adults exposed to lead in the environment. ProUCL was used to calculate the most appropriate UCL for the site data (Appendix O). The maximum depth of excavation expected by the architects is six feet. Therefore, exposure to construction and excavation workers will be limited to the top six feet of soil. To be conservative, the analytical data for the top eight feet were used in the risk assessment for lead 104 exposure. Summary statistics for lead in the top eight feet of the soil are provided in Table 44. Lead does not volatilize readily, and, therefore, exposure to particulate matter containing lead is the major exposure pathway at the site. Table 44. Statistical summary of lead concentration data in soils at the site (0-8 feet). Number of Data points 14 Number of Detects 14 Mean (mg/kg) 256 Standard Deviation (mg/kg) 480.7 UCL used Lognormal - 99% Chebyshev (mean, sd) UCL (mg/kg) 1534 Maximum (mg/kg) 1600 Minimum (mg/kg) 5.9 Recommended defaults were used for input parameters into the ALM (Table 45) and defaults were only adjusted when site-specific data was available, as recommended by USEPA (2003b). The ingestion rate of soil containing lead is defaulted to 0.05 g/day, but this default represents occupational exposure indoors. For this assessment, the Ohio EPA Voluntary Action Program-recommended ingestion rate for construction workers was used (0.2 g/day). To retain consistency with other occupational risk assessment performed at this site (see previous sections), an exposure frequency of 250 days was used. Parameters that were altered based on data from the site are highlighted in orange. NHANES III input data (for geometric standard deviation and baseline lead blood concentrations) were used (USEPA 2009b). The ALM calculated a geometric mean blood lead concentration of 11.6 g/dl. This result is higher than the target blood lead concentration level of 10 g/dl. When this situation occurs, construction worker exposure is subject to 29CFR 1926.62 (Section 5.10.3). 5.10.2 Assumptions of the Adult Lead Methodology Like any model, the ALM makes certain assumptions. It assumes that blood concentrations of lead for an exposed adult are the sum of starting blood lead concentration and an expected increase in blood lead concentration due to the site. The methodology relates lead uptake at a site to the concentration of lead in the top layers of soil (i.e., exposure to dusts). It assumes that uptake through volatilization is minimal. The distribution of blood lead concentrations can be approximated using a log-normal model (USEPA, 2003b). The methodology predicts the concentration of lead in the blood of pregnant women and a developing fetus. However, this methodology is also considered to be protective of adult male workers at the site. Table 45. Calculations of blood lead concentrations (PbBs) using ALM.U.S. EPA Technical Review Workgroup for Lead, Adult Lead CommitteeVersion date 6/21/09Variable UnitsGSDi and PbBo from Analysis of NHANES 1999-2004PbS ug/g or ppm 1534Rfetal/maternal -- 0.9BKSF ug/dL per ug/day0.4GSDi -- 2.1PbB0 ug/dL 1.5IRS g/day 0.200IRS+D g/day --WS -- --KSD -- --AFS, D -- 0.12EFS, D days/yr 250ATS, D days/yr 365PbBadult PbB of adult worker, geometric mean ug/dL 11.6PbBfetal, 0.95 95th percentile PbB among fetuses of adult workers ug/dL 35.3PbBt Target PbB level of concern (e.g., 10 ug/dL) ug/dL 10.0P(PbBfetal > PbBt) Probability that fetal PbB > PbBt, assuming lognormal distribution % 52.3%Description of VariableSoil lead concentrationFetal/maternal PbB ratio Biokinetic Slope FactorGeometric standard deviation PbBBaseline PbBAveraging time (same for soil and dust)Soil ingestion rate (including soil-derived indoor dust)Total ingestion rate of outdoor soil and indoor dustWeighting factor; fraction of IRS+D ingested as outdoor soilMass fraction of soil in dustAbsorption fraction (same for soil and dust)Exposure frequency (same for soil and dust)106 5.10.3 Managing Risks Due to Lead Exposure Because the ALM predicts a mean blood concentration of greater than 10 g/dl, worker exposure is subject to 29 CFR 1926.62. 29 CFR 1926.62 states: 1926.62(a) Scope. This section applies to all construction work where an employee may be occupationally exposed to lead. All construction work excluded from coverage in the general industry standard for lead by 29 CFR 1910.1025(a)(2) is covered by this standard. Construction work is defined as work for construction, alteration and/or repair, including painting and decorating. It includes but is not limited to the following: 1926.62(a)(1) Demolition or salvage of structures where lead or materials containing lead are present; 1926.62(a)(2) Removal or encapsulation of materials containing lead; 1926.62(a)(3) New construction, alteration, repair, or renovation of structures, substrates, or portions thereof, that contain lead, or materials containing lead; 1926.62(a)(4) Installation of products containing lead; 1926.62(a)(5) Lead contamination/emergency cleanup; 1926.62(a)(6) Transportation, disposal, storage, or containment of lead or materials containing lead on the site or location at which construction activities are performed, and 1926.62(a)(7) Maintenance operations associated with the construction activities described in this paragraph. These OSHA regulations require that employers with workers who will be occupationally exposed to lead must determine whether an employee is exposed to levels of lead above the action level of 30 g/m3. The initial determination must be made using onsite air monitoring as if the employee is not wearing a respirator. If initial monitoring shows that the action is not exceeded, then no further air monitoring is necessary. If this initial monitoring shows that an employee may be exposed to levels of lead above the action level, then an air monitoring program must be established. Regardless of the initial onsite monitoring, because the model indicates an increased worker risk onsite, employers are required to develop a written compliance plan under OSHA. This plan includes engineering, administrative and work practice controls to minimize the exposure of employees to lead. Employees exposed to lead in the work place are also required to participate in a medical surveillance program. Blood concentrations of lead above 50 g/dl warrant increased monitoring and temporary medical removal with economic protection. 107 However, this plan only needs to be implemented if the initial onsite air monitoring exceeds the action level. Lead is not readily volatile and the major risk at this site is from airborne particulates from the subsurface fill. Measures to reduce dust should reduce the risk posed by lead at the site. Lead exposure at this site will be of concern after removal of the existing asphalt and continue until the site is covered with new asphalt. During this phase of construction, initial lead concentrations in the air should be determined to ensure workers are not exposed to levels in excess of 30 g/m3. If levels exceed 30 g/m3, then contractors must take steps to safeguard employees on the site. 108 SECTION 6 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 6.1 Introduction As part of this project, it was necessary to determine what, if any, regulations were applicable to future site activities based on the presence and characteristics of the fill materials. These regulations would then inform future actions and activities at the site with regard to soil management. As part of this process, we evaluated regulations primarily enforced by many divisions of Ohio EPA. Our evaluation was based on conditions encountered during our investigation and other site-specific geotechnical and Phase 1 investigations for the site. If different conditions are encountered during excavation and construction activities, then additional regulatory responsibilities will need to be evaluated. Among the regulations that were reviewed for possible application were: 1) hazardous waste; 2) solid waste; 3) beneficial use; 4) voluntary action; 5) drinking and ground water; 6) surface water; and 7) air. As part of this process, we held discussions with representatives of the Ohio EPA in order to discuss potential problems and analytical results and to confirm our interpretations relating to regulatory applicability. A brief discussion of each of these evaluations is found in the following sections. 6.2 Hazardous Waste As discussed in Section 4.2, materials at a site can be considered to be a hazardous waste based on their presence on a list prepared by USEPA or based on specific characteristics of the waste. If the fill materials were determined to be hazardous waste, the materials would require special handling and disposal at a hazardous waste disposal site. If hazardous wastes were determined to be present, excavation may have been determined to be cumbersome and cost prohibitive. Therefore, it was necessary to quickly determine if the materials were classified as hazardous waste and the soil would need to be managed as a waste. 109 Although it was determined that the fill material was not listed hazardous waste, it was necessary to collect samples of the fill materials to determine if they were considered hazardous waste based on the characteristic of toxicity. Tests to measure toxicity were performed using the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP). Materials may be classified as hazardous waste due to their leaching potential of metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and/or semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs). A sufficient number of samples (17 for metals, 10 for VOCs, and 16 for SVOCs) from a full range of depth of the fill were collected and analyzed. When the analytical results were received, the results were compared to Table 1 of OAC 3745-51-24. No concentrations of metals, VOCs or SVOCs were determined to have toxicity characteristics that would cause the fill materials to be classified as hazardous waste. Discussions with individuals at the Ohio EPA were held to confirm that the number of samples were sufficient to make the determination. Therefore, the fill materials were determined not to be classified as hazardous waste and subject to the hazardous waste rules. 6.3 Solid Waste It was necessary to determine if the fill materials were considered solid waste because, if they were, the site would be subject to OAC 3745-27-13, also known as Rule 13. According to Ohio EPA (2005b), Rule 13 establishes the procedure for obtaining authorization from the director to fill, grade, excavate, build, drill or mine on land where a hazardous waste or solid waste facility was operated. The practical ramifications would be that authorization would need to be obtained prior to any of these activities and that materials handled outside the area of fill would need to be managed as a solid waste in accordance with solid waste laws. Based on the review of multiple sources of historic information (including ownership of the site by Alten Foundry owner George Alten for many years) as well as confirmation of the presence of primarily foundry sand with inclusions of slag, glass, brick, sandstone, limestone and shale fragments, wood, ceramic pieces, and gravel, the fill materials were determined to be primarily foundry sand. These materials were used to fill in the old Hocking River Channel that was relocated to the west of the site, just before the turn of the 20th century as well as to raise the elevation of the majority of the property above the current 100-year floodplain. It was postulated that the pieces of brick, glass and natural stone were most likely from the demolition of onsite or other buildings and were ancillary to the filling of the site with up to 18.5 feet of foundry sand. In order to determine if foundry sand was considered a solid waste, the definition of solid waste was reviewed. According to OAC 3745-27-01(S)(23), "Solid waste" means such unwanted residual solid or semisolid material, including but not limited to garbage, scrap tires, combustible and noncombustible material, street dirt and debris, as results from industrial, commercial, agricultural, and community operations, excluding earth or material from construction, mining, or demolition operations, or other waste materials of the type that normally would be included in demolition debris, nontoxic fly ash and bottom ash, including at least ash that results from combustion of coal, biomass fuels, and ash that results from the combustion of coal in combination with scrap tires where scrap tires comprise not more than fifty per cent of heat input in any month, spent nontoxic foundry sand, and slag and other substances that are not harmful or inimical to public health, and includes but is not limited to 110 garbage, scrap tires, combustible and noncombustible material, street dirt, and debris. Solid waste does not include any material that is an infectious waste or a hazardous waste. (emphasis added). Although the regulatory definition of solid waste specifically excludes spent nontoxic foundry sand, according to conversations with Ohio EPA personnel, the rules do not contain a definition for nontoxic versus toxic. As will be discussed further in the section on Beneficial Use, a guidance document once had a working definition, but the document was revoked in legal proceedings and can no longer be formally referenced. According to some Ohio EPA personnel, the decision on whether or not a permit under Rule 13 is needed is made on a district by district basis (and, anecdotally, the interpretation varies by district). Conversations with Central District Office personnel in the Division of Materials and Waste Management (the district in which the site is located) confirmed that, based on the analytical results of the soils and water and the characteristics of the fill, the site would not be subject to Rule 13. Therefore, the fill materials were not directly considered to be included in the definition of solid waste. Although spent nontoxic foundry sand is not included in the strict definition of solid waste, the concentrations of metals and SVOCs in the fill are elevated. The Ohio EPA Fact Sheet, Frequently Asked Questions About the Management of Soils (Ohio EPA, 1998) was prepared because Ohio EPA received many questions about soil management. Ohio EPA (1998) cautions that If the movement of soil results in water pollution (e.g. silting up a stream) or air pollution (dust), then there may be an obligation to comply with Ohio EPA regulations intended to minimize such impacts. The document further clarifies If the soil is contaminated, there is an increased potential of adverse impact to human health or the environment. If the soil is contaminated and is located or relocated near surface waters (streams, lakes, wetlands), near an aquifer, or near a drinking water supply well, then the likelihood of there being an obligation to comply with Ohio EPA regulations is also increased. The interpretation that the foundry sand onsite is an exempt waste is made based on the results of the subsurface investigation to date. However, if industrial solid waste, residual solid waste, or municipal waste is found to have been disposed with the foundry sand during construction/excavation activities, the fill may be re-classified as solid waste and subject to Rule 13. Therefore, a qualified environmental professional should be present onsite during excavation activities to confirm that the fill is not considered a solid waste and subject to additional regulation. Although technically the fill can be taken to another site without environmental handling and disposal restrictions, based on the analytical results, it is highly recommended that the fill onsite be managed within the footprint of the current fill area (the whole site) or disposed offsite at a landfill as solid waste. This would minimize any future liabilities associated with the removal of the fill materials from the site, if it cannot be incorporated into the design and grading plan onsite. 111 6.4 Beneficial Use In 1988, Ohio EPA published a document relating to the beneficial use of nontoxic bottom ash, fly ash and spent foundry sand and other exempt wastes. This document was subsequently revised in 1994 (Ohio EPA, 1994) and was developed to facilitate the beneficial use of nontoxic bottom ash, fly ash and spent foundry sand and other exempt wastes, and to assure that such uses do not cause water pollution. Among other things, this document established nontoxic criteria for the use of these exempt wastes, specified allowed uses based on preferred beneficial uses and concentrations of certain metals, and required approval for alternate beneficial uses not listed in the document. The document allowed use of foundry sand without prior notification as long as the leachate thresholds of 30 times the drinking water standards were met (based on TCLP results). Based on the existence of this document since 1988, we could find no evidence to support the allegation in the BBC&M report reviewed by Beling Consultants (1994) that the Environmental Protection Agency prefers to classify foundry sand as a hazardous material. Similarly, the reliance by Shremshock (2007) on this information was subsequently unfounded. According to Koncelik (2012), The policy was revoked after legal challenge was raised to EPAs authority to regulate through policy. Since the revocation in 2003, Some industry representatives take the position that the industrial materials are unregulated because Ohio EPA has not established rules. Ohio EPA takes the legal position that this material is regulated as a waste under R.C. 6111. Ohio EPA asserts that companies need authorizations from the Division of Surface Water in order to be deemed protective of water resources (Koncelik, 2012). In 2006, Ohio EPA proposed efforts to develop beneficial use rules to fill the regulatory vacuum created by the revocation of the Beneficial Use guidance document. However, the process was controversial and no regulations were adopted. In June 2012, Ohio EPA again issued a public notice for involvement in the development of beneficial use of industrial byproducts (including foundry sand). Conversations with individuals at Ohio EPA indicated that, as of this time, no progress has been made on adopting rules relating to the beneficial use of foundry sand. Therefore, there are currently no beneficial use requirements that apply to the site. 6.5 Voluntary Action The Ohio Voluntary Action Program was created in 1994 under Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 3746. OAC 3745-300 became effective in 1996 and have been subsequently revised. The Voluntary Action Program (VAP) allows a volunteer to clean up hazardous substances and petroleum on a property and to receive a release of liability for clean-up from both the Ohio EPA and the USEPA if certain criteria are followed. The VAP is a voluntary program that relies upon private parties to investigate and clean up a property without traditional regulatory entanglement. The clean-up must be performed under the direction of a Certified VAP Professional using a Certified VAP Laboratory and specific standards. 112 Because foundry sand is not a regulated substance, in conversations with representatives from Ohio EPA, it was discussed that perhaps resources and/or technical assistance could be used from the VAP program, but that the VAP program might not be the preferred option for the County at this point. It should be noted, however, that the generic standards developed for VAP sites have been used to gage the magnitude of concentrations of constituents and to assist in the determination of the need for a site-specific risk assessment for complete pathways at the site. It is not uncommon for other EPA regulatory programs to either reference or use VAP standards as part of assessment or clean-up activities, even though the site is not entered into the VAP program. 6.6 Drinking and Ground Water The primary function of the Division of Drinking and Ground Water is to enforce the regulations that govern public water supplies (typically relating to operation of public water systems, testing and reporting of water quality, and source water protection). The Division of Drinking and Ground Water also functions as a consultant to other divisions within the agency to advise on issues relating to groundwater quality (e.g. landfills, industrial contamination, VAP, etc.). According to representatives of Ohio EPA, the Central District Office of the Division of Drinking and Ground Water prefers to answer questions only relating to sites for which a request for review has been initiated by another Division within the Ohio EPA. The Central District Office, Division of Drinking and Ground Water respectfully declined to even listen to any facts relating to the site, or to discuss the site at all. Based on our investigation, the Division of Drinking and Ground Water has no specific regulations that apply to the site. That said, the proximity of the Miller Park Wellfield to the site (the nearest municipal well is 60 feet from the site) does require professional judgment when evaluating potential site activities in the fill materials adjacent to the wellfield. As indicated by the initial historical site evaluation, the Miller Park Water Treatment Plant has been located just north of the site since at least April 1884. The foundry sand on the site was deposited sometime after 1921 and was probably being filled in 1938 as evidenced by the historical aerial photograph. Therefore, at least a portion of the fill materials have probably been on the site for over 75 years. Fill was also deposited in the southwest portion of the Miller Park Wellfield as evidenced by the historical trees and the present-day guardrail, although the character of the fill is not known to us. The materials encountered immediately below the fill in our investigation consisted of organic silts, clayey silts and sand. The shallow deposits indicate that a continuous protective layer is not present in all places immediately underlying the fill. An evaluation of the deeper geologic deposits at the site was not undertaken as part of this evaluation. Although an in-depth evaluation of the flow paths to the wellfield as well as evaluation of subsurface conditions affecting fate and transport of potential contaminants is beyond the scope of this investigation, we are not aware of reported impacts to any of the municipal wells that are attributed to the presence of the fill materials on the current site. Due to the proximity of the wellfield, coupled with the soil analytical results obtained from this investigation, it is strongly recommended that in order to continue to protect the wellfield that the methods of constructing building subsurface foundations during site 113 redevelopment minimize the direct transport of fill materials downward into underlying natural materials. When constructing deeper foundations, it is recommended that the fill materials be cased off prior to deeper subsurface penetration. Alternately, if appropriate, shallow foundations completed within the fill materials (wherein the underlying materials are not penetrated) would be an acceptable option. We recognize that there may also be other methods of foundation construction that would achieve the stated objective of minimizing any downward transport of the fill materials into the underlying in-situ materials. 6.7 Surface Water As discussed in the beneficial use section, according to Koncelik (2012), Ohio EPA has taken the position that [foundry sand] is regulated as a waste under R.C. 6111. According to conversations with representatives of Ohio EPA, the presence of the foundry sand will need to be addressed as part of the general stormwater permit for construction activities. If the stormwater from the site that has contacted the fill is routed to a combined sewer, then no permit is needed. If, however, the stormwater that has come into contact with the fill will discharge to the river (either directly or through transport via a storm sewer), then the Central District Office, Division of Surface Water will need to review both the proposed stormwater plan as well as the analytical results from the subsurface investigation of the fill materials as part of the permit process. The Ohio EPA representative indicated that, based on analytical results and the proposed stormwater plan, worst case scenario, the stormwater from the site might need to be contained and appropriately disposed. Best case scenario, no additional permit conditions would be required. However, without formally reviewing the analytical results in context with the plan, no further guidance could be obtained from the Agency. 6.8 Air According to Ohio EPA (1998) If the movement of soil results inair pollution (dust), then there may be an obligation to comply with Ohio EPA regulations intended to minimize such impacts. Conversations with representatives of Ohio EPA confirmed that no air permit is needed for construction activities at the site. However, construction activities will need to employ measures to minimize dust emission. Based on the soil concentrations of mercury in the fill materials (and, secondarily, semi-volatile compounds), a conservative interpretation of risk is that there may be an unacceptable indoor air risk to inmates and workers once the building is complete. Further discussion of the potential for risk via indoor air is found in Section 5.9. This conservative interpretation is based on extrapolation of soil concentrations as opposed to measurements of soil gas (which are more accurate and recommended to be collected if soil concentrations indicate a potential problem). If no soil gas concentrations are measured, then a protective mechanism to interrupt the indoor air pathway must be employed. Similarly, if soil gas concentrations are measured and still found to present a risk, the indoor air pathway must be interrupted. If, however, soil gas concentrations are determined to present no risk, then no further actions relating to indoor air are needed. 114 Potential options, if needed, for interrupting the soil to indoor air pathway include the installation of a barrier between the fill and the building slab. Although designs vary, typically a barrier will be installed with either a passive or active venting system consisting of one or more venting pipes to convey air away from the building. In this situation, if a venting system is necessary and chosen, the venting system will require an air permit from Ohio EPA (or the local air authority to whom Ohio EPA has delegated responsibility). Based on the concentration of lead in the fill materials, it may be necessary to address potential human health impacts from lead during construction. Further discussion of lead and health risks in outside air is found in Section 5.10. According to 29CFR 1926.62, an initial air monitoring program to determine whether lead concentrations exceed the OSHA lead action level of 30 g/m3 for onsite workers during construction is required. If the action level is not exceeded, no further air exposure monitoring is needed. If the action level is exceeded, administrative and/or engineering controls must be implemented to minimize worker exposure to lead. A medical surveillance program must also be implemented to assure that workers lead blood concentrations do not exceed 50 ug/dl. 115 SECTION 7 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 7.1 Conclusions The primary purpose of this investigation was to conduct an initial subsurface environmental sampling and analysis program to develop information about the chemical characteristics of the existing undocumented fill materials underlying the proposed footprint of the new Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility at the West Wheeling Street location. Specifically, the objective was to environmentally characterize these materials so as to exercise due care with respect to excavation or other disturbance of the fill materials during construction activities. The following conclusions summarize the salient points that impact recommendations for activities related to the onsite fill materials. 1) Evaluation of available historical records and property ownership show that George Alten (also owner of Altens Foundry formerly located on the east side of Memorial Drive until closure in 1983) purchased the majority of the site property in 1921 and likely used foundry sand from his business to raise the majority of the site above the current 100-year floodplain. 2) Prior to purchase of another small portion of the site by George Alten in 1935, the site was also historically used as a slaughterhouse and meat packing facility by the Thimmes Brothers and Lancaster Packing Company. Although many of these types of operations also performed tanning of hides, there is no indication that such activities were part of these businesses. 3) The proposed footprint of the Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility is partially located over the former channel of the Hocking River (which was channelized and relocated to its present location just prior to the turn of the 20th century). 4) The investigation confirmed that between 8 to 11 feet of fill (consisting primarily of foundry sand with varying quantities of glass, brick, ceramic, slag, wire, and fragments of sandstone, limestone and shale) are present under the proposed building footprint. Previous subsurface borings have indicated that the fill overlies the entire site in depths ranging from 5 to 18.5 feet. 5) The investigation confirmed that portions of the fill materials are partially saturated at the base of the fill in some locations (between 9 and 10 feet below grade), particularly in the vicinity of the former Hocking River Channel. Previous subsurface investigations have also indicated saturation at similar depths. 116 6) Analytical results performed using the Toxicity Characterization Leaching Procedure (TCLP) for metals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) show that the fill materials are not classified as hazardous waste. 7) Measurable concentrations of VOCs, gasoline range organics (GRO) and diesel range organics (DRO) in soils are either not present or below appropriate action levels. 8) Three complete potential human exposure pathways exist at the site, including dermal exposure for construction/excavation workers, outdoor air (inhalation) for construction workers, and indoor air (inhalation) for residents and workers at the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility. 9) With regard to construction/excavation workers, the potential for an increased health risk exists when onsite more than 90 days (dermal exposure) or 200 days (inhalation exposure). However, the potential for increased health risk can be reduced by using administrative controls such as limiting time on site and job rotation, and/or reducing direct contact with the soil (gloves and long sleeves). 10) Based on the concentrations of chemicals of concern (COCs) in the soil, construction/excavation workers onsite for greater than 90 days are expected to have an increased dermal risk due to arsenic. For construction/excavation workers, this risk can be managed by requiring workers (as part of a health and safety plan) to wear gloves and long sleeves. Workers should also be reminded that showering after work will further reduce their exposure. 11) Based on the concentrations of COCs in the soil, construction/excavation workers are expected to have an increased inhalation risk due to mercury if they are onsite fulltime more than 200 days. This risk can be managed (as part of a health and safety plan) by limiting either the number of hours and/or the number of days of exposure for the worker. 12) Based on presence of lead in the soil, OSHA requires that initial onsite air monitoring be performed to confirm that lead concentrations in the air are less than 30 g/m3. If this level is not exceeded, no further air exposure monitoring is needed. If this level is exceeded, OSHA requires that administrative and/or engineering controls must be implemented to minimize worker exposure to lead. Also, if this level is exceeded, a medical surveillance program must also be implemented to assure that workers lead blood concentrations do not exceed 50 ug/dl. 13) With regard to residents (assuming a one-year exposure, 24 hours per day) and workers (assuming a 25-year exposure, 8 hours per day) in the proposed new building, preliminary calculations using soil concentrations indicate that further analysis (currently underway) of the vapor intrusion pathway is needed to confirm or deny if a potential for exposure will exist. 117 14) Based on preliminary evaluation of concentrations of mercury and naphthalene in the soil, measurements of concentrations of these chemicals of concern in soil gas have been initiated to determine if vapor intrusion into the new building will pose an increased health risk for workers and residents. If soil gas measurements show no increased exposure, then no measures are needed to protect the residents and workers. If soil gas measurements indicate an increased exposure, then measures to interrupt the pathway must be employed (e.g. installation of a physical barrier below the slab with passive or active air removal). 15) The City of Lancaster Miller Park Wellfield (located immediately north of the site) has been pumping water continuously from this location for at least 130 years. The closest municipal well is approximately 60 feet north of the site property boundary. The City has two monitoring wells (one deep and one shallow) on the southern portion of this site. 16) The site is located within the designated one-year time of travel zone for the Miller Park Wellfield wellhead protection plan that was modeled using parameters for an unconfined aquifer (no layer protecting the wellfield from surface sources of contamination). No mention of either the fill activities at the southwestern corner of the wellfield (on the City property) or on the proposed Fairfield County Jail/Public Safety Facility site property as a potential source of contamination are included among the 310 potential sources of contamination within the 5-year time of travel for the wellfield. 17) Due to the proximity of the wellfield to the site, coupled with the analytical results of metals and SVOCs in soils obtained during this investigation, care should be taken to avoid carrying fill materials downward into the underlying in situ aquifer materials. 18) Concentrations of dissolved metals and VOCs measured in groundwater within the fill do not exceed primary drinking water standards, except for one detection of arsenic in one of the two temporary monitoring wells. Consumer Confidence Reports for 2009 through 2013 for the City of Lancaster Miller Park Wellfield do not indicate any exceedances of the primary drinking water standard for arsenic in this wellfield. 19) Site investigations indicate that the fill materials are primarily foundry sand that has not been co-disposed with industrial solid waste, residual solid waste, or municipal solid waste. Spent non-toxic foundry sand is exempt from the definition of solid waste. Therefore, no permit under OAC 3745-27-13 (Rule 13) is needed to excavate the onsite fill materials. 20) Although foundry sand was once regulated by Ohio EPA under a beneficial use policy, that policy was rescinded in 2003. Subsequent (and current) efforts to adopt rules relating to the beneficial use of foundry sand have not resulted in adoption of rules. Therefore, this site is not subject to beneficial use policy or rules. 118 21) Ohio EPA has taken the position that foundry sand is regulated as a waste under R.C. 6111. Therefore, if the stormwater from the site is not disposed in a combined sewer, stormwater that has come in contact with the fill materials will need to be managed as part of the construction general stormwater permit process. Specific permit determinations will be made by Ohio EPA on a site- and chemical-specific basis as part of the stormwater permit process. 22) No air permit is needed from Ohio EPA for onsite construction activities. However, if either a passive or active air removal system is installed below the slab of the new facility, an air permit for the venting system will be needed. 7.2 Recommendations 1) Due to the concentrations of constituents in the fill and the proximity of the Miller Park Wellfield, the direct transport of fill materials downward into underlying natural materials should be minimized. If foundation depths exceed the depth of the fill, it is recommended that the fill materials be cased off prior to deeper subsurface penetration. 2) A qualified environmental professional should be present onsite during excavation activities to confirm that the fill does not contain industrial waste, residual waste, or municipal waste that may make the fill subject to additional regulation. 3) In order to minimize future liabilities, onsite soils should be managed within the footprint of the current filled area (the whole site). If soils must be disposed offsite, the soils should be disposed at a solid waste landfill. 4) Because Ohio EPA has taken the position that spent nontoxic foundry sand is regulated as a waste under R.C. 6111, it is recommended that unless all stormwater from the site will enter a combined sewer, the general stormwater permit for construction activities address the management of stormwater that has come into contact with the fill materials. 5) Due to the calculation of an increased risk for workers due to dermal exposure to arsenic and inhalation exposure to mercury, bid specifications should require contractors to develop a health and safety plan that addresses mitigation of the risks where workers are anticipated to be onsite for more than 90 days. (According to the risk assessment, acceptable mitigation of dermal exposure can be accomplished by wearing gloves and long sleeves and by encouraging workers to shower. Similarly, acceptable mitigation of inhalation exposure can be accomplished by limiting the number of fulltime days on site to less than 200.) 6) Bid specifications should require contractors to develop an OSHA compliance plan for protection of workers from lead exposure during construction/excavation. 7) Bid specifications should require contractors to conduct an initial air monitoring program to determine whether lead concentrations in onsite air exceed the OSHA lead action level of 30 g/m3 for onsite workers during construction. If the action level is not exceeded, 120 SECTION 8 REFERENCES Beling Consultants, 1992. Phase 1 Environmental Property Assessment, Proposed County Minimum Security Jail, 342 West Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio (stamped preliminary, prepared for the Fairfield County Commissioners, Lancaster, Ohio, dated March 1992, 77 pp. Beling Consultants, 1994. 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National Center for Environmental Assessment, Office of Research and Development. EPA/635/R-10/006C, 179 pp. 123 USEPA, 2014. Human health and lead, addressing lead at Superfund sites. http://aaa.epa.gov/superfund/lead/health.htm, accessed June 24, 2014. USEPA Mid-Atlantic Risk Assessment, 2014. Regional screening table. http://www.epa.gov/reg3hwmd/risk/human/rb-concentration_table/, accessed June 23, 2014. Appendix A Photographs of project field activities Figure A-1. Marked boring location and CME 75 drilling rig ready to start drilling with 55 gallon drum to contain drill cuttings and buckets of wash and rinse water to clean split spoon samplers. Figure A-2. Collection of split spoon sample for 0 to 2 feet with automatic hammer. Note pilot bit inside 4 -inch hollow stem augers ready to drill after collection of sample. Figure A-3. Soil containerized in drum labeled with date and source of drilling cuttings. Figure A-4. Drums on palates ready to be moved to the Fairfield County Maintenance Building for temporary storage pending analytical results. Figure A-5. Cleaning drilling equipment with high pressure cleaner. Figure A-6. Drum with drilling equipment wash water labeled and ready to close. Figure A7. Screening of a sample in a split spoon sampler upon opening of the split spoon. Figure A-8. Logging samples. Figure A-9. Collecting samples for VOCs with a Terra Core Sampler. Figure A-10. Placing the Terra Core sample in laboratory jar for analysis. Figure A-11. Samples being collected and placed in laboratory jar for analysis. Figure A-12. Abandoning boring where no water was encountered by pumping bentonite slurry into borehole. Figure A-13. Bentonite slurry in abandoned borehole. Figure A-14. Abandoned borehole topped off with Quickrete. Figure A-15. Installation of 2-inch PVC temporary monitoring well inside 4 -inch hollow stem augers. Figure A-16. Locking cap of temporary monitoring well BW-4. Figure A-17. Flush mount completion of temporary monitoring well BW-1. Figure A-18. Measuring the water level in temporary monitoring well BW-4 with an electric water level tape. Figure A-19. Polyethylene bailer with purged water (notice black color) in bucket. Figure A-20. Containerized and labeled wash water form drilling activities and purge water from sampling the two temporary groundwater monitoring wells. Figure A-21. Collecting filtered water sample for metals from temporary monitoring well BW-1. Figure A-22. Removing casing from temporary monitoring well BW-4. Figure A-23. Void where casing has been removed form temporary monitoring well BW-1. Figure A-24. Temporary monitoring well BW-4 filled with Portland cement. Figure A-25. Location of abandoned temporary monitoring well BW-1 after it was topped off with Quickrete. Appendix B Boring logs Appendix C Monitoring well completion diagrams and driller logs filed with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Appendix D Water well sealing reports filed with ODNR Appendix E Soil analytical results for borings BW-1, BW-2, BW-3 and BW-4 ANALYTICAL REPORTTestAmerica Laboratories, Inc.TestAmerica Canton4101 Shuffel Street NWNorth Canton, OH 44720Tel: (330)497-9396TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client Project/Site: Lancaster OhioFor:Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.98 County Line Road WestSuite CWesterville, Ohio 43082Attn: Ms. Linda AllerAuthorized for release by:4/4/2014 5:28:18 PMMark Loeb, Project Manager II(330)966-9387mark.loeb@testamericainc.comThis report has been electronically signed and authorized by the signatory. 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Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Page 2 of 93TestAmerica Canton4/4/2014Cover Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Definitions/Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Case Narrative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Method Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Sample Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Detection Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Client Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Surrogate Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54QC Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57QC Association Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77Lab Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83Certification Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89Chain of Custody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 901234567891011121314Definitions/GlossaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioQualifiersGC/MS VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.* ISTD response or retention time outside acceptable limitsB Compound was found in the blank and sample.* LCS or LCSD exceeds the control limitsGC/MS Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.B Compound was found in the blank and sample.X Surrogate is outside control limitsGC VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierGC Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierMetalsQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.B Compound was found in the blank and sample.GlossaryThese commonly used abbreviations may or may not be present in this report. Listed under the "D" column to designate that the result is reported on a dry weight basisAbbreviation%R Percent RecoveryCNF Contains no Free LiquidDER Duplicate error ratio (normalized absolute difference)Dil Fac Dilution FactorDL, RA, RE, IN Indicates a Dilution, Re-analysis, Re-extraction, or additional Initial metals/anion analysis of the sampleDLC Decision level concentrationMDA Minimum detectable activityEDL Estimated Detection LimitMDC Minimum detectable concentrationMDL Method Detection LimitML Minimum Level (Dioxin)NC Not CalculatedND Not detected at the reporting limit (or MDL or EDL if shown)PQL Practical Quantitation LimitQC Quality ControlRER Relative error ratioRL Reporting Limit or Requested Limit (Radiochemistry)RPD Relative Percent Difference, a measure of the relative difference between two pointsTEF Toxicity Equivalent Factor (Dioxin)TEQ Toxicity Equivalent Quotient (Dioxin)TestAmerica CantonPage 3 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35317-1Laboratory: TestAmerica CantonNarrativeCASE NARRATIVEClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project: Lancaster OhioReport Number: 240-35317-1With the exceptions noted as flags or footnotes, standard analytical protocols were followed in the analysis of the samples and no problems were encountered or anomalies observed. In addition all laboratory quality control samples were within established control limits, with any exceptions noted below. Each sample was analyzed to achieve the lowest possible reporting limit within the constraints of the method. In some cases, due to interference or analytes present at high concentrations, samples were diluted. For diluted samples, the reporting limits are adjusted relative to the dilution required.TestAmerica Canton attests to the validity of the laboratory data generated by TestAmerica facilities reported herein. All analyses performed by TestAmerica facilities were done using established laboratory SOPs that incorporate QA/QC procedures described in the application methods. TestAmericas operations groups have reviewed the data for compliance with the laboratory QA/QC plan, and data have been found to be compliant with laboratory protocols unless otherwise noted below.The test results in this report meet all NELAP requirements for parameters for which accreditation is required or available. Any exceptions to NELAP requirements are noted in this report. Pursuant to NELAP, this report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the laboratory.Calculations are performed before rounding to avoid round-off errors in calculated results.All holding times were met and proper preservation noted for the methods performed on these samples, unless otherwise detailed in the individual sections below.All solid sample results are reported on an "as received" basis unless otherwise indicated by the presence of a % solids value in the method header.This laboratory report is confidential and is intended for the sole use of TestAmerica and its client.RECEIPTThe samples were received on 3/21/2014 9:45 AM; the samples arrived in good condition, properly preserved and, where required, on ice. The temperature of the cooler at receipt was 4.8 C.TCLP VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW1 6-8 (240-35317-2), BW2 6-8 (240-35317-8), BW3 6-7.5 (240-35317-13) and BW4 0.5-2 (240-35317-14) were analyzed for TCLP volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8260B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1), BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6), BW3 2-4 (240-35317-11) and BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were prepared on 03/21/2014 and analyzed on 03/26/2014 and 03/27/2014. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene was detected in method blank MB 240-124052/6 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the TestAmerica CantonPage 4 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35317-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Tetrachloroethene and trans-1,2-Dichloroethene failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-124125/8. These analytes were biased high in the LCS and were not detected in the associated samples; therefore, the data have been reported.Internal standard (ISTD) response for the following sample(s) was outside control limits: BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15). The sample(s) was re-extracted and/or re-analyzed with concurring results, and the original set of data has been reported.Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 124125.No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW1 6-10 (240-35317-3), BW2 1-2 (240-35317-5), BW2 4-8 (240-35317-7), BW3 2-6 (240-35317-12), BW4-2-6 (240-35317-16) and BW4-6-8 (240-35317-17) were analyzed for TCLP semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8270C. The samples were leached on 03/28/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014 and 04/03/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.No difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1), BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4), BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6), BW3 1.5-2 (240-35317-10), BW3 2-4 (240-35317-11), BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15) and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18) were analyzed for semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8270C. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014 and 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/28/2014, 03/31/2014 and 04/01/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate was detected in method blank MB 240-123851/23-A at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate and Di-n-butyl phthalate were detected in method blank MB 240-124042/19-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr), 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr), 2-Fluorophenol (Surr), Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr), Phenol-d5 (Surr) and Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) failed the surrogate recovery criteria low for BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4). Samples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1)[4X], BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4)[400X], BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6)[2.5X], BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15)[2.5X] and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18)[5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.The following sample was diluted due to the nature of the sample matrix: BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1). Elevated reporting limits (RLs) are provided.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.GASOLINE RANGE ORGANICSSample BW2 8-9 (240-35317-9) was analyzed for gasoline range organics in accordance with SW846 Method 8015C. The samples were prepared and analyzed on 03/25/2014. TestAmerica CantonPage 5 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35317-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)No difficulties were encountered during the GrOain size analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.DIESEL RANGE ORGANICS (DRO)Sample BW2 8-9 (240-35317-9) was analyzed for diesel range organics (DRO) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8015C - DRO. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the DRO analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP METALS (ICP)Samples BW1 6-10 (240-35317-3), BW2 1-2 (240-35317-5), BW2 4-8 (240-35317-7), BW3 2-6 (240-35317-12), BW4-2-6 (240-35317-16) and BW4-6-8 (240-35317-17) were analyzed for TCLP metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/6010B. The samples were leached on 03/28/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. Barium was detected in method blanks LB 240-124371/1-C and MB 240-124402/2-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL METALS (ICP)Samples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1), BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4), BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6), BW3 1.5-2 (240-35317-10), BW3 2-4 (240-35317-11), BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15) and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18) were analyzed for total metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/25/2014, 03/26/2014, 03/27/2014 and 03/28/2014. Barium and Potassium were detected in method blank MB 240-124048/1-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Samples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1)[2X], BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4)[5X], BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6)[2X] and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18)[5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.The following sample(s) was diluted due to the nature of the sample matrix: BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18). Elevated reporting limits (RLs) are provided.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP MERCURYSamples BW1 6-10 (240-35317-3), BW2 1-2 (240-35317-5), BW2 4-8 (240-35317-7), BW3 2-6 (240-35317-12), BW4-2-6 (240-35317-16) and BW4-6-8 (240-35317-17) were analyzed for TCLP mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/7470A. The samples were leached on 03/28/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL MERCURYSamples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1), BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4), BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6), BW3 1.5-2 (240-35317-10), BW3 2-4 (240-35317-11), BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15) and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18) were analyzed for total mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 7471A. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/25/2014 and 03/27/2014. Samples BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4)[20X], BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6)[5X] and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18)[5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 6 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35317-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)PERCENT SOLIDSSamples BW1 4-6 (240-35317-1), BW1 10-12 (240-35317-4), BW2 2-4 (240-35317-6), BW2 8-9 (240-35317-9), BW3 1.5-2 (240-35317-10), BW3 2-4 (240-35317-11), BW4-2-4 (240-35317-15) and BW4-8-10 (240-35317-18) were analyzed for percent solids in accordance with EPA Method 160.3 MOD. The samples were analyzed on 03/22/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the % solids analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 7 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Method SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod Method Description LaboratoryProtocolSW8468260B Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468270C Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468015C Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics) TAL CANSW8468015C Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics) TAL CANSW8466010B Metals (ICP) TAL CANSW8467470A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANSW8467471A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANEPAMoisture Percent Moisture TAL CANProtocol References:EPA = US Environmental Protection AgencySW846 = "Test Methods For Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", Third Edition, November 1986 And Its Updates.Laboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 8 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Sample SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID Client Sample ID ReceivedCollectedMatrix240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Solid 03/20/14 08:00 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-2 BW1 6-8 Solid 03/20/14 08:05 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 Solid 03/20/14 08:05 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Solid 03/20/14 08:10 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 Solid 03/20/14 09:30 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Solid 03/20/14 09:30 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 Solid 03/20/14 09:35 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-8 BW2 6-8 Solid 03/20/14 09:35 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Solid 03/20/14 09:41 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Solid 03/20/14 10:45 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Solid 03/20/14 10:47 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 Solid 03/20/14 10:52 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-13 BW3 6-7.5 Solid 03/20/14 10:55 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-14 BW4 0.5-2 Solid 03/20/14 13:00 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Solid 03/20/14 13:05 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 Solid 03/20/14 13:08 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 Solid 03/20/14 03:12 03/21/14 09:45240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Solid 03/20/14 13:15 03/21/14 09:45TestAmerica CantonPage 9 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW1 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-12-Butanone (MEK)RL14 ug/KgMDL0.98Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J1.4 8260BAcetone 14 ug/Kg4.4 Total/NA15.7 J 8260BMethyl acetate 7.0 ug/Kg0.98 Total/NA11.4 J 8260B2-Methylnaphthalene 33 ug/Kg2.5 Total/NA433 8270CAnthracene 33 ug/Kg3.8 Total/NA427 J 8270CBenzaldehyde 490 ug/Kg59 Total/NA4240 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 33 ug/Kg3.1 Total/NA4150 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 33 ug/Kg3.1 Total/NA4460 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 33 ug/Kg2.9 Total/NA4410 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 33 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA4500 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 33 ug/Kg3.3 Total/NA487 8270CChrysene 33 ug/Kg5.4 Total/NA4190 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 33 ug/Kg3.2 Total/NA4330 8270CFluoranthene 33 ug/Kg2.7 Total/NA4200 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 33 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA4260 8270CPhenanthrene 33 ug/Kg3.6 Total/NA4100 8270CPyrene 33 ug/Kg2.2 Total/NA4160 8270CAluminum 23 mg/Kg11 Total/NA17500 6010BAntimony 1.2 mg/Kg0.45 Total/NA143 6010BArsenic 1.2 mg/Kg0.35 Total/NA118 6010BBarium 23 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA1450 6010BBeryllium 0.58 mg/Kg0.050 Total/NA10.68 6010BCadmium 0.23 mg/Kg0.042 Total/NA11.4 6010BCalcium 580 mg/Kg34 Total/NA158000 6010BChromium 0.58 mg/Kg0.23 Total/NA137 6010BCobalt 5.8 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA16.2 6010BCopper 2.9 mg/Kg0.86 Total/NA162 6010BIron 12 mg/Kg5.7 Total/NA124000 6010BLead 0.70 mg/Kg0.44 Total/NA21100 6010BMagnesium 580 mg/Kg7.5 Total/NA17800 6010BManganese 1.7 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA1470 6010BNickel 4.6 mg/Kg0.63 Total/NA124 6010BPotassium 580 mg/Kg7.2 Total/NA1920 6010BSelenium 0.58 mg/Kg0.52 Total/NA10.71 6010BSilver 0.58 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA11.0 6010BSodium 580 mg/Kg77 Total/NA1510 J 6010BVanadium 5.8 mg/Kg0.24 Total/NA120 6010BZinc 2.3 mg/Kg1.2 Total/NA1390 6010BMercury 0.13 mg/Kg0.020 Total/NA10.29 7471AClient Sample ID: BW1 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-2 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW1 6-10 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-3ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.017 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP11.1 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0074 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0062 J 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 10 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW1 6-10 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-3LeadRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0019Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP10.74 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0058 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW1 10-12 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-42-MethylnaphthaleneRL7100 ug/KgMDL530Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA400J3700 8270CAcenaphthene 7100 ug/Kg810 Total/NA40019000 8270CAcenaphthylene 7100 ug/Kg370 Total/NA40075000 8270CAnthracene 7100 ug/Kg830 Total/NA400170000 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7100 ug/Kg670 Total/NA400420000 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7100 ug/Kg680 Total/NA400370000 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7100 ug/Kg630 Total/NA400420000 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7100 ug/Kg370 Total/NA400200000 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7100 ug/Kg730 Total/NA400180000 8270CChrysene 7100 ug/Kg1200 Total/NA400380000 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7100 ug/Kg710 Total/NA40059000 8270CDibenzofuran 53000 ug/Kg710 Total/NA40027000 J 8270CFluoranthene 7100 ug/Kg590 Total/NA400980000 8270CFluorene 7100 ug/Kg570 Total/NA40067000 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7100 ug/Kg370 Total/NA400180000 8270CNaphthalene 7100 ug/Kg880 Total/NA40013000 8270CPhenanthrene 7100 ug/Kg780 Total/NA400570000 8270CPyrene 7100 ug/Kg470 Total/NA400800000 8270CAluminum 50 mg/Kg24 Total/NA15800 6010BAntimony 2.5 mg/Kg0.97 Total/NA111 6010BArsenic 2.5 mg/Kg0.75 Total/NA194 6010BBarium 50 mg/Kg0.30 Total/NA13300 6010BBeryllium 1.2 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA10.56 J 6010BCadmium 0.50 mg/Kg0.090 Total/NA16.4 6010BCalcium 1200 mg/Kg72 Total/NA160000 6010BChromium 1.2 mg/Kg0.50 Total/NA1330 6010BCobalt 12 mg/Kg0.40 Total/NA16.7 J 6010BCopper 6.2 mg/Kg1.8 Total/NA1300 6010BIron 25 mg/Kg12 Total/NA195000 6010BLead 0.75 mg/Kg0.47 Total/NA12000 6010BMagnesium 1200 mg/Kg16 Total/NA113000 6010BManganese 3.7 mg/Kg0.40 Total/NA1860 6010BNickel 10 mg/Kg1.3 Total/NA134 6010BPotassium 1200 mg/Kg15 Total/NA1850 J 6010BSelenium 1.2 mg/Kg1.1 Total/NA15.5 6010BSilver 1.2 mg/Kg0.25 Total/NA13.7 6010BSodium 1200 mg/Kg160 Total/NA1960 J 6010BThallium 2.5 mg/Kg1.4 Total/NA11.5 J 6010BVanadium 12 mg/Kg0.52 Total/NA124 6010BZinc 25 mg/Kg12 Total/NA54500 6010BMercury 5.8 mg/Kg0.87 Total/NA2057 7471AClient Sample ID: BW2 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-5TestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 11 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW2 1-2 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-5ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0098 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.99 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.54 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0043 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.030 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0099 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW2 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Methylene ChlorideRL2.9 ug/KgMDL0.38Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J0.53 8260B1,1'-Biphenyl 150 ug/Kg10 Total/NA2.516 J 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 19 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2.547 8270CAcenaphthene 19 ug/Kg2.2 Total/NA2.5120 8270CAcenaphthylene 19 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.557 8270CAnthracene 19 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA2.5300 8270CBenzaldehyde 290 ug/Kg35 Total/NA2.563 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 19 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2.51000 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 19 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2.51000 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 19 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2.51400 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 19 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.5650 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 19 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA2.5490 8270CCarbazole 150 ug/Kg78 Total/NA2.598 J 8270CChrysene 19 ug/Kg3.2 Total/NA2.51100 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 19 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2.5180 8270CDibenzofuran 150 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2.571 J 8270CFluoranthene 19 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2.52000 8270CFluorene 19 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2.5100 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 19 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.5530 8270CNaphthalene 19 ug/Kg2.4 Total/NA2.580 8270CPhenanthrene 19 ug/Kg2.1 Total/NA2.51300 8270CPyrene 19 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA2.51800 8270CAluminum 19 mg/Kg9.3 Total/NA15700 6010BAntimony 0.96 mg/Kg0.38 Total/NA114 6010BArsenic 0.96 mg/Kg0.29 Total/NA122 6010BBarium 19 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA1500 6010BBeryllium 0.48 mg/Kg0.041 Total/NA10.34 J 6010BCadmium 0.19 mg/Kg0.035 Total/NA16.8 6010BCalcium 960 mg/Kg56 Total/NA257000 6010BChromium 0.48 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA181 6010BCobalt 4.8 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA14.6 J 6010BCopper 4.8 mg/Kg1.4 Total/NA2230 6010BIron 9.6 mg/Kg4.7 Total/NA145000 6010BLead 0.58 mg/Kg0.37 Total/NA21600 6010BMagnesium 480 mg/Kg6.3 Total/NA19200 6010BManganese 1.4 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA1680 6010BNickel 3.9 mg/Kg0.52 Total/NA114 6010BPotassium 480 mg/Kg6.0 Total/NA1770 6010BSelenium 0.48 mg/Kg0.43 Total/NA12.3 6010BSilver 0.48 mg/Kg0.096 Total/NA10.23 J 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 12 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW2 2-4 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-6SodiumRL480 mg/KgMDL64Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J190 6010BVanadium 4.8 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA119 6010BZinc 3.9 mg/Kg1.9 Total/NA21300 6010BMercury 0.65 mg/Kg0.097 Total/NA58.0 7471AClient Sample ID: BW2 4-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-7ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0095 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP11.0 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0093 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0041 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.13 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0046 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW2 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-8 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW2 8-9 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-9Diesel Range Organics [C10 - C28]RL20 mg/KgMDL11Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA141 8015CClient Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-101,1'-BiphenylRL54 ug/KgMDL3.8Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J9.3 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 7.2 ug/Kg0.54 Total/NA145 8270CAcenaphthene 7.2 ug/Kg0.82 Total/NA124 8270CAnthracene 7.2 ug/Kg0.84 Total/NA117 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7.2 ug/Kg0.68 Total/NA1200 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7.2 ug/Kg0.69 Total/NA1320 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7.2 ug/Kg0.64 Total/NA1580 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7.2 ug/Kg0.38 Total/NA1390 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7.2 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA1170 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 75 ug/Kg20 Total/NA135 J B 8270CChrysene 7.2 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA1270 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7.2 ug/Kg0.71 Total/NA195 8270CDibenzofuran 54 ug/Kg0.71 Total/NA117 J 8270CFluoranthene 7.2 ug/Kg0.59 Total/NA1220 8270CFluorene 7.2 ug/Kg0.57 Total/NA16.4 J 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7.2 ug/Kg0.38 Total/NA1290 8270CNaphthalene 7.2 ug/Kg0.88 Total/NA133 8270CPhenanthrene 7.2 ug/Kg0.79 Total/NA1110 8270CPyrene 7.2 ug/Kg0.47 Total/NA1190 8270CAluminum 18 mg/Kg8.6 Total/NA12600 6010BAntimony 0.90 mg/Kg0.35 Total/NA11.3 6010BArsenic 0.90 mg/Kg0.27 Total/NA17.0 6010BBarium 18 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA127 6010BBeryllium 0.45 mg/Kg0.039 Total/NA10.11 J 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 13 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-10CadmiumRL0.18 mg/KgMDL0.032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA10.39 6010BCalcium 450 mg/Kg26 Total/NA17800 6010BChromium 0.45 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA135 6010BCobalt 4.5 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA12.5 J 6010BCopper 2.2 mg/Kg0.67 Total/NA161 6010BIron 9.0 mg/Kg4.4 Total/NA119000 6010BLead 0.27 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA118 6010BMagnesium 450 mg/Kg5.8 Total/NA13100 6010BManganese 1.3 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA1170 6010BNickel 3.6 mg/Kg0.49 Total/NA125 6010BPotassium 450 mg/Kg5.6 Total/NA1320 J 6010BSelenium 0.45 mg/Kg0.40 Total/NA10.49 6010BSodium 450 mg/Kg59 Total/NA1130 J 6010BVanadium 4.5 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA18.5 6010BZinc 1.8 mg/Kg0.90 Total/NA126 6010BMercury 0.098 mg/Kg0.015 Total/NA10.044 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW3 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-111,1'-BiphenylRL59 ug/KgMDL4.1Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J6.6 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 7.9 ug/Kg0.59 Total/NA138 8270CAcenaphthene 7.9 ug/Kg0.90 Total/NA121 8270CAcenaphthylene 7.9 ug/Kg0.41 Total/NA14.4 J 8270CAnthracene 7.9 ug/Kg0.92 Total/NA114 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7.9 ug/Kg0.75 Total/NA1150 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7.9 ug/Kg0.76 Total/NA1250 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7.9 ug/Kg0.70 Total/NA1370 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7.9 ug/Kg0.41 Total/NA1300 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7.9 ug/Kg0.81 Total/NA1140 8270CChrysene 7.9 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA1210 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7.9 ug/Kg0.78 Total/NA164 8270CDibenzofuran 59 ug/Kg0.78 Total/NA113 J 8270CFluoranthene 7.9 ug/Kg0.65 Total/NA1180 8270CFluorene 7.9 ug/Kg0.63 Total/NA16.1 J 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7.9 ug/Kg0.41 Total/NA1220 8270CNaphthalene 7.9 ug/Kg0.97 Total/NA124 8270CPhenanthrene 7.9 ug/Kg0.86 Total/NA186 8270CPyrene 7.9 ug/Kg0.52 Total/NA1180 8270CAluminum 20 mg/Kg9.8 Total/NA16500 6010BAntimony 1.0 mg/Kg0.40 Total/NA10.74 J 6010BArsenic 1.0 mg/Kg0.31 Total/NA112 6010BBarium 20 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA168 B 6010BBeryllium 0.51 mg/Kg0.044 Total/NA10.46 J 6010BCadmium 0.20 mg/Kg0.037 Total/NA10.43 6010BCalcium 510 mg/Kg30 Total/NA115000 6010BChromium 0.51 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA116 6010BCobalt 5.1 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA14.7 J 6010BCopper 2.6 mg/Kg0.76 Total/NA136 6010BIron 10 mg/Kg5.0 Total/NA122000 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 14 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW3 2-4 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-11LeadRL0.31 mg/KgMDL0.19Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA141 6010BMagnesium 510 mg/Kg6.6 Total/NA14800 6010BManganese 1.5 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA1400 6010BNickel 4.1 mg/Kg0.55 Total/NA127 6010BPotassium 510 mg/Kg6.3 Total/NA1720 B 6010BSodium 510 mg/Kg67 Total/NA1290 J 6010BVanadium 5.1 mg/Kg0.21 Total/NA117 6010BZinc 2.0 mg/Kg1.0 Total/NA192 6010BMercury 0.12 mg/Kg0.018 Total/NA10.080 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW3 2-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-12ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0045 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP11.5 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.46 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0033 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.029 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0050 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW3 6-7.5 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-13 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW4 0.5-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-14 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW4-2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-151,2,4-TrichlorobenzeneRL3.2 ug/KgMDL0.17Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J B *0.17 8260BIsopropylbenzene 3.2 ug/Kg0.10 Total/NA10.60 J 8260BToluene 3.2 ug/Kg0.17 Total/NA10.21 J 8260B1,1'-Biphenyl 130 ug/Kg9.4 Total/NA2.540 J 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 18 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA2.5190 8270CAcenaphthene 18 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA2.543 8270CAcetophenone 270 ug/Kg25 Total/NA2.528 J 8270CAnthracene 18 ug/Kg2.1 Total/NA2.563 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 18 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2.5870 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 18 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2.51600 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 18 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2.52500 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 18 ug/Kg0.94 Total/NA2.52400 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 18 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2.5760 8270CChrysene 18 ug/Kg3.0 Total/NA2.51200 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 18 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2.5540 8270CDibenzofuran 130 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2.566 J 8270CFluoranthene 18 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2.5790 8270CFluorene 18 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA2.521 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 18 ug/Kg0.94 Total/NA2.51700 8270CNaphthalene 18 ug/Kg2.2 Total/NA2.5130 8270CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 15 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW4-2-4 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-15PhenanthreneRL18 ug/KgMDL2.0Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2.5400 8270CPyrene 18 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA2.5730 8270CAluminum 19 mg/Kg8.9 Total/NA14500 6010BAntimony 0.93 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA10.78 J 6010BArsenic 0.93 mg/Kg0.28 Total/NA18.8 6010BBarium 19 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA161 6010BBeryllium 0.47 mg/Kg0.040 Total/NA10.21 J 6010BCadmium 0.19 mg/Kg0.033 Total/NA10.25 6010BCalcium 470 mg/Kg27 Total/NA14700 6010BChromium 0.47 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA134 6010BCobalt 4.7 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA14.1 J 6010BCopper 2.3 mg/Kg0.69 Total/NA158 6010BIron 9.3 mg/Kg4.6 Total/NA130000 6010BLead 0.28 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA132 6010BMagnesium 470 mg/Kg6.0 Total/NA1640 6010BManganese 1.4 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA1620 6010BNickel 3.7 mg/Kg0.50 Total/NA137 6010BPotassium 470 mg/Kg5.8 Total/NA1440 J 6010BSelenium 0.47 mg/Kg0.42 Total/NA10.54 6010BSodium 470 mg/Kg61 Total/NA194 J 6010BVanadium 4.7 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA114 6010BZinc 1.9 mg/Kg0.93 Total/NA146 6010BClient Sample ID: BW4-2-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-16ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0065 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.41 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.027 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0031 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.0024 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0063 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW4-6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-17ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0096 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.87 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.043 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0034 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.12 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0053 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW4-8-10 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-182-MethylnaphthaleneRL44 ug/KgMDL3.3Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA5100 8270CAcenaphthene 44 ug/Kg5.0 Total/NA5100 8270CAcenaphthylene 44 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA532 J 8270CAnthracene 44 ug/Kg5.2 Total/NA5210 8270CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 16 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW4-8-10 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-18BenzaldehydeRL660 ug/KgMDL80Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA5J190 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 44 ug/Kg4.2 Total/NA51800 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 44 ug/Kg4.3 Total/NA53200 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 44 ug/Kg3.9 Total/NA53900 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 44 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA53000 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 44 ug/Kg4.5 Total/NA51600 8270CChrysene 44 ug/Kg7.3 Total/NA51900 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 44 ug/Kg4.4 Total/NA5720 8270CDibenzofuran 330 ug/Kg4.4 Total/NA561 J 8270CFluoranthene 44 ug/Kg3.7 Total/NA51700 8270CFluorene 44 ug/Kg3.5 Total/NA556 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 44 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA52400 8270CNaphthalene 44 ug/Kg5.4 Total/NA5100 8270CPentachlorophenol 1000 ug/Kg60 Total/NA5300 J 8270CPhenanthrene 44 ug/Kg4.8 Total/NA5800 8270CPyrene 44 ug/Kg2.9 Total/NA51600 8270CAluminum 24 mg/Kg11 Total/NA16800 6010BArsenic 1.2 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA136 6010BBarium 24 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA1920 6010BBeryllium 0.60 mg/Kg0.051 Total/NA12.0 6010BCadmium 1.2 mg/Kg0.22 Total/NA52.6 6010BCalcium 600 mg/Kg35 Total/NA121000 6010BChromium 0.60 mg/Kg0.24 Total/NA160 6010BCobalt 6.0 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA112 6010BCopper 15 mg/Kg4.4 Total/NA5360 6010BIron 60 mg/Kg29 Total/NA5150000 6010BLead 1.8 mg/Kg1.1 Total/NA51400 6010BMagnesium 600 mg/Kg7.8 Total/NA13100 6010BManganese 1.8 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA1790 6010BNickel 24 mg/Kg3.2 Total/NA556 6010BPotassium 600 mg/Kg7.4 Total/NA1470 J 6010BSelenium 0.60 mg/Kg0.54 Total/NA12.3 6010BSodium 600 mg/Kg79 Total/NA1180 J 6010BThallium 1.2 mg/Kg0.66 Total/NA11.6 6010BVanadium 30 mg/Kg1.3 Total/NA523 J 6010BZinc 2.4 mg/Kg1.2 Total/NA11000 6010BMercury 0.73 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA56.2 7471ATestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 17 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-1Client Sample ID: BW1 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:00Percent Solids: 80.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.5 U 3.5 0.39 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.91 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 3.5 U7.0 0.91 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 7.0 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.48 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.46 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U14 0.98 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 12-Butanone (MEK) 1.4 J14 0.44 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 12-Hexanone 14 U14 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 14 U14 4.4 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Acetone 5.7 J3.5 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Benzene 3.5 U3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Bromoform 3.5 U3.5 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Bromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Carbon disulfide 3.5 U3.5 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.5 U3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Chlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.60 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Chloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Chloroform 3.5 U3.5 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Chloromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U7.0 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Cyclohexane 7.0 U3.5 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.18 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Ethylbenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.5 U3.5 0.11 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Isopropylbenzene 3.5 U7.0 0.98 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Methyl acetate 1.4 J3.5 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.5 U7.0 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Methylcyclohexane 7.0 U3.5 0.47 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Methylene Chloride 3.5 U3.5 0.10 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Styrene 3.5 U3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Tetrachloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Toluene 3.5 U3.5 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U3.5 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Trichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Vinyl chloride 3.5 U7.0 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Xylenes, Total 7.0 UTestAmerica CantonPage 18 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-1Client Sample ID: BW1 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:00Percent Solids: 80.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 98 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 91 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 88 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 91 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:01 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 250 U 250 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier740 120 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4,5-Trichlorophenol 740 U740 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4,6-Trichlorophenol 740 U740 98 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4-Dichlorophenol 740 U740 98 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4-Dimethylphenol 740 U1600 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4-Dinitrophenol 1600 U980 83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,4-Dinitrotoluene 980 U980 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42,6-Dinitrotoluene 980 U250 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Chloronaphthalene 250 U250 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Chlorophenol 250 U33 2.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Methylnaphthalene 33980 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Methylphenol 980 U980 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Nitroaniline 980 U250 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 42-Nitrophenol 250 U2000 98 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 43 & 4 Methylphenol 2000 U490 88 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 43,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 490 U980 79 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 43-Nitroaniline 980 U740 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 740 U250 64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 250 U740 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Chloro-3-methylphenol 740 U740 83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Chloroaniline 740 U250 64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 250 U980 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Nitroaniline 980 U1600 83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 44-Nitrophenol 1600 U33 3.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Acenaphthene 33 U33 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Acenaphthylene 33 U490 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Acetophenone 490 U33 3.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Anthracene 27 J980 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Atrazine 980 U490 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzaldehyde 240 J33 3.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzo[a]anthracene 15033 3.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzo[a]pyrene 46033 2.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzo[b]fluoranthene 41033 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 50033 3.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Benzo[k]fluoranthene 87490 47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 490 U490 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 490 U490 9.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 490 U340 93 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 340 U340 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Butyl benzyl phthalate 340 U1600 180 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Caprolactam 1600 U250 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Carbazole 250 U33 5.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Chrysene 190TestAmerica CantonPage 19 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-1Client Sample ID: BW1 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:00Percent Solids: 80.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 330 33 3.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier250 3.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Dibenzofuran 250 U340 79 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Diethyl phthalate 340 U340 83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Dimethyl phthalate 340 U340 74 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Di-n-butyl phthalate 340 U340 39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Di-n-octyl phthalate 340 U33 2.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Fluoranthene 20033 2.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Fluorene 33 U33 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Hexachlorobenzene 33 U250 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Hexachlorobutadiene 250 U1600 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 1600 U250 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Hexachloroethane 250 U33 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 260250 64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Isophorone 250 U33 4.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Naphthalene 33 U490 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Nitrobenzene 490 U250 31 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 250 U250 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 250 U740 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Pentachlorophenol 740 U33 3.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Phenanthrene 100250 36 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Phenol 250 U33 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Pyrene 1602,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 75 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 4Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 76 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 424 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 78 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 424 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 73 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 420 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 77 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 426 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 80 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:49 436 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 7500 23 11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1.2 0.45 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Antimony 431.2 0.35 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Arsenic 1823 0.14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Barium 4500.58 0.050 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Beryllium 0.680.23 0.042 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Cadmium 1.4580 34 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Calcium 580000.58 0.23 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Chromium 375.8 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Cobalt 6.22.9 0.86 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Copper 6212 5.7 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Iron 240000.70 0.44 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:21 2Lead 1100580 7.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Magnesium 78001.7 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Manganese 4704.6 0.63 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Nickel 24580 7.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Potassium 9200.58 0.52 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Selenium 0.71TestAmerica CantonPage 20 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-1Client Sample ID: BW1 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:00Percent Solids: 80.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 1.0 0.58 0.12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier580 77 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Sodium 510 J1.2 0.64 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Thallium 1.2 U5.8 0.24 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Vanadium 202.3 1.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:55 1Zinc 390Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.29 0.13 0.020 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:32 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 21 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-2Client Sample ID: BW1 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:05Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 19:41 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 90 80 - 121 03/31/14 19:41 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 88 03/31/14 19:41 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 92 03/31/14 19:41 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 101 03/31/14 19:41 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 22 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-3Client Sample ID: BW1 6-10Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:05Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 90 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 81 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 35 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 85 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 72 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 95 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:49 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.017 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Barium 1.1 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Cadmium 0.0074 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Chromium 0.0062 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Lead 0.740.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Selenium 0.0058 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:31 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:38 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 23 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-4Client Sample ID: BW1 10-12Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:10Percent Solids: 37.1Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 53000 U 53000 3700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier160000 27000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4,5-Trichlorophenol 160000 U160000 9500 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4,6-Trichlorophenol 160000 U160000 21000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4-Dichlorophenol 160000 U160000 21000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4-Dimethylphenol 160000 U350000 22000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4-Dinitrophenol 350000 U210000 18000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,4-Dinitrotoluene 210000 U210000 22000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002,6-Dinitrotoluene 210000 U53000 480 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Chloronaphthalene 53000 U53000 8800 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Chlorophenol 53000 U7100 530 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Methylnaphthalene 3700 J210000 12000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Methylphenol 210000 U210000 9700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Nitroaniline 210000 U53000 8900 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4002-Nitrophenol 53000 U430000 21000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4003 & 4 Methylphenol 430000 U110000 19000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4003,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 110000 U210000 17000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4003-Nitroaniline 210000 U160000 9800 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 160000 U53000 14000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 53000 U160000 22000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Chloro-3-methylphenol 160000 U160000 18000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Chloroaniline 160000 U53000 14000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 53000 U210000 28000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Nitroaniline 210000 U350000 18000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 4004-Nitrophenol 350000 U7100 810 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Acenaphthene 190007100 370 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Acenaphthylene 75000110000 9800 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Acetophenone 110000 U7100 830 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Anthracene 170000210000 9700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Atrazine 210000 U110000 13000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzaldehyde 110000 U7100 670 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzo[a]anthracene 4200007100 680 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzo[a]pyrene 3700007100 630 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzo[b]fluoranthene 4200007100 370 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 2000007100 730 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Benzo[k]fluoranthene 180000110000 10000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 110000 U110000 24000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 110000 U110000 2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 110000 U75000 20000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 75000 U75000 11000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Butyl benzyl phthalate 75000 U350000 40000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Caprolactam 350000 U53000 29000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Carbazole 53000 U7100 1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Chrysene 3800007100 710 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 5900053000 710 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Dibenzofuran 27000 J75000 17000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Diethyl phthalate 75000 U75000 18000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Dimethyl phthalate 75000 U75000 16000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Di-n-butyl phthalate 75000 U75000 8500 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Di-n-octyl phthalate 75000 UTestAmerica CantonPage 24 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-4Client Sample ID: BW1 10-12Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:10Percent Solids: 37.1Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 980000 7100 590 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier7100 570 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Fluorene 670007100 2200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Hexachlorobenzene 7100 U53000 6000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Hexachlorobutadiene 53000 U350000 8700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 350000 U53000 9600 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Hexachloroethane 53000 U7100 370 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 18000053000 14000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Isophorone 53000 U7100 880 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Naphthalene 13000110000 2400 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Nitrobenzene 110000 U53000 6700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 53000 U53000 22000 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 53000 U160000 9700 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Pentachlorophenol 160000 U7100 780 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Phenanthrene 57000053000 7800 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Phenol 53000 U7100 470 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Pyrene 8000002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 0 X 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 400Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 0 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 40024 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 0 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 40024 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 0 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 40020 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 0 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 40026 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 0 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:32 40036 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 5800 50 24 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.5 0.97 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Antimony 112.5 0.75 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Arsenic 9450 0.30 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Barium 33001.2 0.11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Beryllium 0.56 J0.50 0.090 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Cadmium 6.41200 72 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Calcium 600001.2 0.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Chromium 33012 0.40 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Cobalt 6.7 J6.2 1.8 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Copper 30025 12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Iron 950000.75 0.47 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Lead 20001200 16 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Magnesium 130003.7 0.40 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Manganese 86010 1.3 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Nickel 341200 15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Potassium 850 J1.2 1.1 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Selenium 5.51.2 0.25 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Silver 3.71200 160 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Sodium 960 J2.5 1.4 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Thallium 1.5 J12 0.52 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:59 1Vanadium 2425 12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:25 5Zinc 4500TestAmerica CantonPage 25 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-4Client Sample ID: BW1 10-12Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:10Percent Solids: 37.1Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 57 5.8 0.87 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 17:30 20Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 26 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-5Client Sample ID: BW2 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 68 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 39 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 73 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 62 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 83 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:14 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0098 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Barium 0.99 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Cadmium 0.540.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Chromium 0.0043 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Lead 0.030 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Selenium 0.0099 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:35 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:40 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 27 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Client Sample ID: BW2 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Percent Solids: 85.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.9 U 2.9 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.74 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.9 U2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 2.9 U5.7 0.74 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 5.7 U2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.39 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.9 U2.9 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U2.9 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U11 0.80 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 12-Butanone (MEK) 11 U11 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 12-Hexanone 11 U11 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 11 U11 3.6 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Acetone 11 U2.9 0.13 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Benzene 2.9 U2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Bromoform 2.9 U2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Bromomethane 2.9 U2.9 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Carbon disulfide 2.9 U2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.9 U2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Chlorobenzene 2.9 U2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.9 U2.9 0.49 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Chloroethane 2.9 U2.9 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Chloroform 2.9 U2.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Chloromethane 2.9 U2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.9 U2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.9 U5.7 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Cyclohexane 5.7 U2.9 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.9 U2.9 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.9 U2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Ethylbenzene 2.9 U2.9 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.9 U2.9 0.091 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Isopropylbenzene 2.9 U5.7 0.80 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Methyl acetate 5.7 U2.9 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.9 U5.7 0.18 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Methylcyclohexane 5.7 U2.9 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Methylene Chloride 0.53 J2.9 0.086 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Styrene 2.9 U2.9 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Tetrachloroethene 2.9 U *2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Toluene 2.9 U2.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.9 U *2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.9 U2.9 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Trichloroethene 2.9 U2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.9 U2.9 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Vinyl chloride 2.9 U5.7 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Xylenes, Total 5.7 UTestAmerica CantonPage 28 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Client Sample ID: BW2 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Percent Solids: 85.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 92 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 79 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 111 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 96 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:21 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 16 J 150 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier440 73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4,5-Trichlorophenol 440 U440 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4,6-Trichlorophenol 440 U440 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4-Dichlorophenol 440 U440 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4-Dimethylphenol 440 U960 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4-Dinitrophenol 960 U580 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,4-Dinitrotoluene 580 U580 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52,6-Dinitrotoluene 580 U150 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Chloronaphthalene 150 U150 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Chlorophenol 150 U19 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Methylnaphthalene 47580 32 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Methylphenol 580 U580 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Nitroaniline 580 U150 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.52-Nitrophenol 150 U1200 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.53 & 4 Methylphenol 1200 U290 52 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.53,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 290 U580 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.53-Nitroaniline 580 U440 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 440 U150 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 150 U440 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Chloro-3-methylphenol 440 U440 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Chloroaniline 440 U150 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 150 U580 75 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Nitroaniline 580 U960 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.54-Nitrophenol 960 U19 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Acenaphthene 12019 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Acenaphthylene 57290 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Acetophenone 290 U19 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Anthracene 300580 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Atrazine 580 U290 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzaldehyde 63 J19 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzo[a]anthracene 100019 1.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzo[a]pyrene 100019 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzo[b]fluoranthene 140019 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 65019 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Benzo[k]fluoranthene 490290 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 290 U290 64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 290 U290 5.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 290 U200 55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 200 U200 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Butyl benzyl phthalate 200 U960 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Caprolactam 960 U150 78 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Carbazole 98 J19 3.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Chrysene 1100TestAmerica CantonPage 29 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Client Sample ID: BW2 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Percent Solids: 85.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 180 19 1.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier150 1.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Dibenzofuran 71 J200 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Diethyl phthalate 200 U200 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Dimethyl phthalate 200 U200 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Di-n-butyl phthalate 200 U200 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Di-n-octyl phthalate 200 U19 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Fluoranthene 200019 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Fluorene 10019 6.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Hexachlorobenzene 19 U150 16 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Hexachlorobutadiene 150 U960 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 960 U150 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Hexachloroethane 150 U19 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 530150 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Isophorone 150 U19 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Naphthalene 80290 6.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Nitrobenzene 290 U150 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 150 U150 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 150 U440 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Pentachlorophenol 440 U19 2.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Phenanthrene 1300150 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Phenol 150 U19 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Pyrene 18002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 86 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.5Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 77 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.524 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 79 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.524 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 75 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.520 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 79 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.526 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 86 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 20:06 2.536 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 5700 19 9.3 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.96 0.38 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Antimony 140.96 0.29 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Arsenic 2219 0.12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Barium 5000.48 0.041 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Beryllium 0.34 J0.19 0.035 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Cadmium 6.8960 56 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:29 2Calcium 570000.48 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Chromium 814.8 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Cobalt 4.6 J4.8 1.4 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:29 2Copper 2309.6 4.7 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Iron 450000.58 0.37 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:29 2Lead 1600480 6.3 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Magnesium 92001.4 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Manganese 6803.9 0.52 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Nickel 14480 6.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Potassium 7700.48 0.43 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Selenium 2.3TestAmerica CantonPage 30 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Client Sample ID: BW2 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Percent Solids: 85.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.23 J 0.48 0.096 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier480 64 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Sodium 190 J0.96 0.53 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Thallium 0.96 U4.8 0.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:03 1Vanadium 193.9 1.9 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:29 2Zinc 1300Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 8.0 0.65 0.097 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 17:33 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 31 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-7Client Sample ID: BW2 4-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:35Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 76 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 73 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 33 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 80 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 69 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 88 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 14:38 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0095 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Barium 1.0 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Cadmium 0.0093 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Chromium 0.0041 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Lead 0.13 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Selenium 0.0046 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:40 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:41 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 32 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-8Client Sample ID: BW2 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:35Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:04 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 80 - 121 03/31/14 20:04 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 86 03/31/14 20:04 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 84 03/31/14 20:04 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 99 03/31/14 20:04 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 33 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-9Client Sample ID: BW2 8-9Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:41Percent Solids: 84.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)RL MDLC6-C10 120 U 120 55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:28 03/25/14 16:04 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTrifluorotoluene (Surr) 61 40 - 139 03/25/14 08:28 03/25/14 16:04 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%RecoveryMethod: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)RL MDLDiesel Range Organics [C10 - C28] 41 20 11 mg/Kg 03/25/14 13:12 03/31/14 17:11 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifiero-Terphenyl (Surr) 82 40 - 160 03/25/14 13:12 03/31/14 17:11 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%RecoveryTestAmerica CantonPage 34 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-10Client Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:45Percent Solids: 92.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 9.3 J 54 3.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier160 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 160 U160 9.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 160 U160 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4-Dichlorophenol 160 U160 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4-Dimethylphenol 160 U360 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4-Dinitrophenol 360 U220 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 220 U220 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12,6-Dinitrotoluene 220 U54 0.48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Chloronaphthalene 54 U54 8.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Chlorophenol 54 U7.2 0.54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Methylnaphthalene 45220 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Methylphenol 220 U220 9.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Nitroaniline 220 U54 8.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 12-Nitrophenol 54 U430 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 13 & 4 Methylphenol 430 U110 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 110 U220 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 13-Nitroaniline 220 U160 9.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 160 U54 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 54 U160 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol 160 U160 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Chloroaniline 160 U54 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 54 U220 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Nitroaniline 220 U360 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 14-Nitrophenol 360 U7.2 0.82 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Acenaphthene 247.2 0.38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Acenaphthylene 7.2 U110 9.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Acetophenone 110 U7.2 0.84 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Anthracene 17220 9.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Atrazine 220 U110 13 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzaldehyde 110 U7.2 0.68 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzo[a]anthracene 2007.2 0.69 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzo[a]pyrene 3207.2 0.64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene 5807.2 0.38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 3907.2 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene 170110 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 110 U110 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 110 U110 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 110 U75 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 35 J B75 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Butyl benzyl phthalate 75 U360 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Caprolactam 360 U54 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Carbazole 54 U7.2 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Chrysene 2707.2 0.71 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 9554 0.71 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Dibenzofuran 17 J75 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Diethyl phthalate 75 U75 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Dimethyl phthalate 75 U75 16 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Di-n-butyl phthalate 75 U75 8.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Di-n-octyl phthalate 75 UTestAmerica CantonPage 35 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-10Client Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:45Percent Solids: 92.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 220 7.2 0.59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier7.2 0.57 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Fluorene 6.4 J7.2 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Hexachlorobenzene 7.2 U54 6.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Hexachlorobutadiene 54 U360 8.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 360 U54 9.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Hexachloroethane 54 U7.2 0.38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 29054 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Isophorone 54 U7.2 0.88 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Naphthalene 33110 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Nitrobenzene 110 U54 6.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 54 U54 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 54 U160 9.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Pentachlorophenol 160 U7.2 0.79 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Phenanthrene 11054 7.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Phenol 54 U7.2 0.47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Pyrene 1902,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 82 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 74 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 124 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 64 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 124 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 63 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 120 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 68 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 126 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 87 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 18:24 136 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 2600 18 8.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.90 0.35 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Antimony 1.30.90 0.27 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Arsenic 7.018 0.11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Barium 270.45 0.039 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Beryllium 0.11 J0.18 0.032 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Cadmium 0.39450 26 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Calcium 78000.45 0.18 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Chromium 354.5 0.14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Cobalt 2.5 J2.2 0.67 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Copper 619.0 4.4 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Iron 190000.27 0.17 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Lead 18450 5.8 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Magnesium 31001.3 0.14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Manganese 1703.6 0.49 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Nickel 25450 5.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Potassium 320 J0.45 0.40 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Selenium 0.490.45 0.090 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Silver 0.45 U450 59 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Sodium 130 J0.90 0.49 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Thallium 0.90 U4.5 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Vanadium 8.51.8 0.90 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:07 1Zinc 26TestAmerica CantonPage 36 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-10Client Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:45Percent Solids: 92.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.044 J 0.098 0.015 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 17:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 37 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-11Client Sample ID: BW3 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:47Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.7 U 3.7 0.41 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.7 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.96 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.7 U3.7 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 3.7 U7.3 0.96 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 7.3 U3.7 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.7 U3.7 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.51 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.7 U3.7 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.7 U3.7 0.48 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.7 U15 1.0 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 12-Butanone (MEK) 15 U15 0.46 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 12-Hexanone 15 U15 0.40 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 15 U15 4.6 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Acetone 15 U3.7 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Benzene 3.7 U3.7 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Bromoform 3.7 U3.7 0.40 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Bromomethane 3.7 U3.7 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Carbon disulfide 3.7 U3.7 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.7 U3.7 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Chlorobenzene 3.7 U3.7 0.40 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.7 U3.7 0.63 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Chloroethane 3.7 U3.7 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Chloroform 3.7 U3.7 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Chloromethane 3.7 U3.7 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.7 U3.7 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.7 U7.3 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Cyclohexane 7.3 U3.7 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.7 U3.7 0.37 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.7 U3.7 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Ethylbenzene 3.7 U3.7 0.37 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.7 U3.7 0.12 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Isopropylbenzene 3.7 U7.3 1.0 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Methyl acetate 7.3 U3.7 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.7 U7.3 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Methylcyclohexane 7.3 U3.7 0.49 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Methylene Chloride 3.7 U3.7 0.11 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Styrene 3.7 U3.7 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Tetrachloroethene 3.7 U3.7 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Toluene 3.7 U3.7 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.7 U3.7 0.40 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.7 U3.7 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Trichloroethene 3.7 U3.7 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.7 U3.7 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Vinyl chloride 3.7 U7.3 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Xylenes, Total 7.3 UTestAmerica CantonPage 38 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-11Client Sample ID: BW3 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:47Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 101 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 82 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 86 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 88 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 18:44 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 6.6 J 59 4.1 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier180 30 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 180 U180 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 180 U180 24 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4-Dichlorophenol 180 U180 24 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4-Dimethylphenol 180 U390 25 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4-Dinitrophenol 390 U240 20 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 240 U240 25 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12,6-Dinitrotoluene 240 U59 0.53 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Chloronaphthalene 59 U59 9.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Chlorophenol 59 U7.9 0.59 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Methylnaphthalene 38240 13 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Methylphenol 240 U240 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Nitroaniline 240 U59 9.8 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 12-Nitrophenol 59 U470 24 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 13 & 4 Methylphenol 470 U120 21 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 120 U240 19 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 13-Nitroaniline 240 U180 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 180 U59 15 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 59 U180 25 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol 180 U180 20 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Chloroaniline 180 U59 15 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 59 U240 31 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Nitroaniline 240 U390 20 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 14-Nitrophenol 390 U7.9 0.90 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Acenaphthene 217.9 0.41 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Acenaphthylene 4.4 J120 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Acetophenone 120 U7.9 0.92 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Anthracene 14240 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Atrazine 240 U120 14 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzaldehyde 120 U7.9 0.75 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzo[a]anthracene 1507.9 0.76 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzo[a]pyrene 2507.9 0.70 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene 3707.9 0.41 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 3007.9 0.81 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene 140120 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 120 U120 26 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 120 U120 2.4 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 120 U83 23 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 83 U83 12 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Butyl benzyl phthalate 83 U390 44 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Caprolactam 390 U59 32 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Carbazole 59 U7.9 1.3 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Chrysene 210TestAmerica CantonPage 39 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-11Client Sample ID: BW3 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:47Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 64 7.9 0.78 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier59 0.78 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Dibenzofuran 13 J83 19 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Diethyl phthalate 83 U83 20 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Dimethyl phthalate 83 U83 18 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Di-n-butyl phthalate 83 U83 9.4 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Di-n-octyl phthalate 83 U7.9 0.65 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Fluoranthene 1807.9 0.63 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Fluorene 6.1 J7.9 2.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Hexachlorobenzene 7.9 U59 6.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Hexachlorobutadiene 59 U390 9.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 390 U59 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Hexachloroethane 59 U7.9 0.41 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 22059 15 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Isophorone 59 U7.9 0.97 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Naphthalene 24120 2.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Nitrobenzene 120 U59 7.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 59 U59 25 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 59 U180 11 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Pentachlorophenol 180 U7.9 0.86 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Phenanthrene 8659 8.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Phenol 59 U7.9 0.52 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Pyrene 1802,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 62 10 - 110 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 71 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 124 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 66 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 124 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 67 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 120 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 68 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 126 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 75 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:19 136 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 6500 20 9.8 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1.0 0.40 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Antimony 0.74 J1.0 0.31 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Arsenic 1220 0.12 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Barium 68 B0.51 0.044 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Beryllium 0.46 J0.20 0.037 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Cadmium 0.43510 30 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Calcium 150000.51 0.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Chromium 165.1 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Cobalt 4.7 J2.6 0.76 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Copper 3610 5.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Iron 220000.31 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Lead 41510 6.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Magnesium 48001.5 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Manganese 4004.1 0.55 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Nickel 27510 6.3 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Potassium 720 B0.51 0.46 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/28/14 13:58 1Selenium 0.51 UTestAmerica CantonPage 40 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-11Client Sample ID: BW3 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:47Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.51 U 0.51 0.10 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier510 67 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Sodium 290 J1.0 0.56 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Thallium 1.0 U5.1 0.21 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Vanadium 172.0 1.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:31 1Zinc 92Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.080 J 0.12 0.018 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:44 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 41 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-12Client Sample ID: BW3 2-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:52Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 71 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 60 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 25 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 64 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 52 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 82 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:03 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0045 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Barium 1.5 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Cadmium 0.460.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Chromium 0.0033 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Lead 0.029 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Selenium 0.0050 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:44 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:43 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 42 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-13Client Sample ID: BW3 6-7.5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:55Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:27 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 80 - 121 03/31/14 20:27 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 86 03/31/14 20:27 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 90 03/31/14 20:27 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 97 03/31/14 20:27 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 43 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-14Client Sample ID: BW4 0.5-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:00Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 20:50 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 80 - 121 03/31/14 20:50 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 86 03/31/14 20:50 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 87 03/31/14 20:50 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 97 03/31/14 20:50 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 44 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-15Client Sample ID: BW4-2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:05Percent Solids: 91.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.2 U 3.2 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.2 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.2 U *3.2 0.84 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.2 U3.2 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.2 U3.2 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.2 U3.2 0.33 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.2 U3.2 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 0.17 J B *6.4 0.84 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 6.4 U *3.2 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.2 U *3.2 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.2 U3.2 0.44 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.2 U3.2 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.2 U *3.2 0.43 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.2 U *13 0.90 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 12-Butanone (MEK) 13 U13 0.41 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 12-Hexanone 13 U13 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 13 U13 4.1 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Acetone 13 U3.2 0.15 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Benzene 3.2 U3.2 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Bromoform 3.2 U3.2 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Bromomethane 3.2 U3.2 0.28 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Carbon disulfide 3.2 U3.2 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.2 U3.2 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Chlorobenzene 3.2 U3.2 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.2 U3.2 0.55 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Chloroethane 3.2 U3.2 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Chloroform 3.2 U3.2 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Chloromethane 3.2 U3.2 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.2 U3.2 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.2 U6.4 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Cyclohexane 6.4 U3.2 0.18 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.2 U3.2 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.2 U3.2 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Ethylbenzene 3.2 U3.2 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.2 U3.2 0.10 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Isopropylbenzene 0.60 J6.4 0.90 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Methyl acetate 6.4 U3.2 0.28 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.2 U6.4 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Methylcyclohexane 6.4 U3.2 0.43 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Methylene Chloride 3.2 U3.2 0.097 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Styrene 3.2 U3.2 0.33 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Tetrachloroethene 3.2 U3.2 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Toluene 0.21 J3.2 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.2 U3.2 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.2 U3.2 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Trichloroethene 3.2 U3.2 0.22 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.2 U3.2 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Vinyl chloride 3.2 U6.4 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Xylenes, Total 6.4 UTestAmerica CantonPage 45 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-15Client Sample ID: BW4-2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:05Percent Solids: 91.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 109 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 120 * 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 94 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 115 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 19:05 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 40 J 130 9.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier400 67 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4,5-Trichlorophenol 400 U400 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4,6-Trichlorophenol 400 U400 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4-Dichlorophenol 400 U400 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4-Dimethylphenol 400 U890 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4-Dinitrophenol 890 U540 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,4-Dinitrotoluene 540 U540 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52,6-Dinitrotoluene 540 U130 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Chloronaphthalene 130 U130 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Chlorophenol 130 U18 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Methylnaphthalene 190540 30 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Methylphenol 540 U540 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Nitroaniline 540 U130 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.52-Nitrophenol 130 U1100 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.53 & 4 Methylphenol 1100 U270 48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.53,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 270 U540 43 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.53-Nitroaniline 540 U400 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 400 U130 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 130 U400 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Chloro-3-methylphenol 400 U400 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Chloroaniline 400 U130 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 130 U540 70 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Nitroaniline 540 U890 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.54-Nitrophenol 890 U18 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Acenaphthene 4318 0.94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Acenaphthylene 18 U270 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Acetophenone 28 J18 2.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Anthracene 63540 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Atrazine 540 U270 32 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzaldehyde 270 U18 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzo[a]anthracene 87018 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzo[a]pyrene 160018 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzo[b]fluoranthene 250018 0.94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 240018 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Benzo[k]fluoranthene 760270 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 270 U270 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 270 U270 5.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 270 U190 51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 190 U190 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Butyl benzyl phthalate 190 U890 99 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Caprolactam 890 U130 72 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Carbazole 130 U18 3.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Chrysene 1200TestAmerica CantonPage 46 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-15Client Sample ID: BW4-2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:05Percent Solids: 91.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 540 18 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier130 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Dibenzofuran 66 J190 43 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Diethyl phthalate 190 U190 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Dimethyl phthalate 190 U190 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Di-n-butyl phthalate 190 U190 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Di-n-octyl phthalate 190 U18 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Fluoranthene 79018 1.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Fluorene 2118 5.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Hexachlorobenzene 18 U130 15 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Hexachlorobutadiene 130 U890 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 890 U130 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Hexachloroethane 130 U18 0.94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 1700130 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Isophorone 130 U18 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Naphthalene 130270 5.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Nitrobenzene 270 U130 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 130 U130 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 130 U400 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Pentachlorophenol 400 U18 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Phenanthrene 400130 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Phenol 130 U18 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Pyrene 7302,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 67 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.5Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 74 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.524 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 59 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.524 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 62 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.520 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 63 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.526 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 87 03/25/14 08:44 04/01/14 14:58 2.536 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 4500 19 8.9 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.93 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Antimony 0.78 J0.93 0.28 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Arsenic 8.819 0.11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Barium 610.47 0.040 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Beryllium 0.21 J0.19 0.033 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Cadmium 0.25470 27 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Calcium 47000.47 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Chromium 344.7 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Cobalt 4.1 J2.3 0.69 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Copper 589.3 4.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Iron 300000.28 0.18 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Lead 32470 6.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Magnesium 6401.4 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Manganese 6203.7 0.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Nickel 37470 5.8 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Potassium 440 J0.47 0.42 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Selenium 0.54TestAmerica CantonPage 47 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-15Client Sample ID: BW4-2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:05Percent Solids: 91.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.47 U 0.47 0.093 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier470 61 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Sodium 94 J0.93 0.51 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Thallium 0.93 U4.7 0.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Vanadium 141.9 0.93 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:11 1Zinc 46Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.016 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:42 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 48 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-16Client Sample ID: BW4-2-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:08Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 95 15 - 110 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 72 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 59 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 70 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 52 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 105 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:35 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0065 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Barium 0.41 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Cadmium 0.027 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Chromium 0.0031 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Lead 0.0024 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Selenium 0.0063 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:48 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:48 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 49 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-17Client Sample ID: BW4-6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 03:12Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 76 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 73 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 21 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 81 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 61 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 89 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 15:51 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0096 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Barium 0.87 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Cadmium 0.043 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Chromium 0.0034 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Lead 0.12 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Selenium 0.0053 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:52 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:49 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 50 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-18Client Sample ID: BW4-8-10Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:15Percent Solids: 75.2Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 330 U 330 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1000 170 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4,5-Trichlorophenol 1000 U1000 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4,6-Trichlorophenol 1000 U1000 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4-Dichlorophenol 1000 U1000 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4-Dimethylphenol 1000 U2200 140 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4-Dinitrophenol 2200 U1300 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,4-Dinitrotoluene 1300 U1300 140 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52,6-Dinitrotoluene 1300 U330 3.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Chloronaphthalene 330 U330 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Chlorophenol 330 U44 3.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Methylnaphthalene 1001300 73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Methylphenol 1300 U1300 60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Nitroaniline 1300 U330 55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 52-Nitrophenol 330 U2700 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 53 & 4 Methylphenol 2700 U660 120 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 53,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 660 U1300 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 53-Nitroaniline 1300 U1000 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1000 U330 86 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 330 U1000 140 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Chloro-3-methylphenol 1000 U1000 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Chloroaniline 1000 U330 86 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 330 U1300 170 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Nitroaniline 1300 U2200 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 54-Nitrophenol 2200 U44 5.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Acenaphthene 10044 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Acenaphthylene 32 J660 61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Acetophenone 660 U44 5.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Anthracene 2101300 60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Atrazine 1300 U660 80 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzaldehyde 190 J44 4.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzo[a]anthracene 180044 4.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzo[a]pyrene 320044 3.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzo[b]fluoranthene 390044 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 300044 4.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Benzo[k]fluoranthene 1600660 63 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 660 U660 150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 660 U660 13 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 660 U470 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 470 U470 66 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Butyl benzyl phthalate 470 U2200 250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Caprolactam 2200 U330 180 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Carbazole 330 U44 7.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Chrysene 190044 4.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 720330 4.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Dibenzofuran 61 J470 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Diethyl phthalate 470 U470 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Dimethyl phthalate 470 U470 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Di-n-butyl phthalate 470 U470 52 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Di-n-octyl phthalate 470 UTestAmerica CantonPage 51 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-18Client Sample ID: BW4-8-10Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:15Percent Solids: 75.2Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 1700 44 3.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier44 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Fluorene 5644 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Hexachlorobenzene 44 U330 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Hexachlorobutadiene 330 U2200 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 2200 U330 60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Hexachloroethane 330 U44 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 2400330 86 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Isophorone 330 U44 5.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Naphthalene 100660 15 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Nitrobenzene 660 U330 42 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 330 U330 140 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 330 U1000 60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Pentachlorophenol 300 J44 4.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Phenanthrene 800330 48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Phenol 330 U44 2.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Pyrene 16002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 5Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 64 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 524 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 68 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 524 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 59 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 520 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 68 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 526 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 76 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 19:41 536 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 6800 24 11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier6.0 2.3 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Antimony 6.0 U1.2 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Arsenic 3624 0.14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Barium 9200.60 0.051 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Beryllium 2.01.2 0.22 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Cadmium 2.6600 35 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Calcium 210000.60 0.24 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Chromium 606.0 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Cobalt 1215 4.4 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Copper 36060 29 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Iron 1500001.8 1.1 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Lead 1400600 7.8 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Magnesium 31001.8 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Manganese 79024 3.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Nickel 56600 7.4 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Potassium 470 J0.60 0.54 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Selenium 2.30.60 0.12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Silver 0.60 U600 79 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Sodium 180 J1.2 0.66 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Thallium 1.630 1.3 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 16:33 5Vanadium 23 J2.4 1.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 19:15 1Zinc 1000TestAmerica CantonPage 52 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35317-18Client Sample ID: BW4-8-10Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:15Percent Solids: 75.2Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 6.2 0.73 0.11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 17:38 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 53 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (58-123) (52-136) (37-132) (67-125)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL98 91 88 91240-35317-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW1 4-692 79 111 96240-35317-6 BW2 2-4101 82 86 88240-35317-11 BW3 2-4109 120 * 94 115240-35317-15 BW4-2-491 83 94 90LCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample79 87 100 98LCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample83 81 106 92MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank96 81 91 90MB 240-124052/6 Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL84 90 91 100LCS 240-124658/4Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control SampleSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL90 88 92 101240-35317-2Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW1 6-888 86 84 99240-35317-8 BW2 6-888 86 90 97240-35317-13 BW3 6-7.588 86 87 97240-35317-14 BW4 0.5-284 85 89 97LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 54 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH75 76 78 73 77 80240-35317-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW1 4-60 X 0 X 0 X 0 X0 X 0 X240-35317-4 BW1 10-1286 77 79 7975 86240-35317-6 BW2 2-482 74 64 6863 87240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-262 71 66 6867 75240-35317-11 BW3 2-467 74 59 6362 87240-35317-15 BW4-2-477 64 68 6859 76240-35317-18 BW4-8-1085 75 73 7471 93LCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample79 76 76 7684 84LCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample75 74 74 7671 93MB 240-123851/23-A Method Blank87 87 83 8588 92MB 240-124042/19-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH86 80 32 85 66 88LCS 240-124411/21-APercent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control Sample95 78 61 5273 100LCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample77 74 32 6882 89MB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank77 66 54 4663 92MB 240-124983/6-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH90 81 35 85 72 95240-35317-3Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW1 6-1077 68 39 6273 83240-35317-5 BW2 1-276 73 33 6980 88240-35317-7 BW2 4-871 60 25 5264 82240-35317-12 BW3 2-695 72 59 5270 105240-35317-16 BW4-2-6TestAmerica CantonPage 55 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH76 73 21 81 61 89240-35317-17Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW4-6-8Surrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (40-139)TFT261240-35317-9Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW2 8-984LCS 240-123843/2-A Lab Control Sample72MB 240-123843/1-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTFT = Trifluorotoluene (Surr)Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (40-160)OTPH182240-35317-9Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW2 8-991LCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample72MB 240-123937/13-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendOTPH = o-Terphenyl (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 56 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 123823RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylcyclohexane5.0 U 0.675.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylene Chloride5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Xylenes, TotalTestAmerica CantonPage 57 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 1238231,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 83 58 - 123 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 04:01Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136106 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13292 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethene0.509 J 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MethylcyclohexaneTestAmerica CantonPage 58 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052RL MDLMethylene Chloride 5.0 U 5.0 0.67 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Xylenes, Total1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 96 58 - 123 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/26/14 13:00 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13691 03/26/14 13:00 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1240521,1,1-Trichloroethane 50.0 55.3 ug/Kg 111 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 50.0 50.5 ug/Kg 101 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane50.0 51.7 ug/Kg 103 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 50.0 53.2 ug/Kg 106 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 50.0 52.2 ug/Kg 104 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 50.0 51.2 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 50.0 47.7 ug/Kg 95 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 50.0 48.4 ug/Kg 97 80 - 1201,3-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 49.6 ug/Kg 99 78 - 1201,4-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 47.5 ug/Kg 95 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 100 91.0 ug/Kg 91 52 - 1312-Hexanone 100 89.1 ug/Kg 89 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 100 96.0 ug/Kg 96 67 - 135Acetone 100 98.3 ug/Kg 98 41 - 137Benzene 50.0 50.4 ug/Kg 101 79 - 120Bromoform 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 62 - 133Bromomethane 50.0 62.1 ug/Kg 124 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 50.0 55.2 ug/Kg 110 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 50.0 60.8 ug/Kg 122 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 78 - 120Chloroethane 50.0 45.4 ug/Kg 91 58 - 120Chloroform 50.0 52.4 ug/Kg 105 77 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 59 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Chloromethane 50.0 42.6 ug/Kg 85 50 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitscis-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 50.8 ug/Kg 102 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 51.3 ug/Kg 103 74 - 128Cyclohexane 50.0 54.5 ug/Kg 109 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 50.0 51.4 ug/Kg 103 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 50.0 36.6 ug/Kg 73 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 50.0 52.5 ug/Kg 105 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 50.0 55.8 ug/Kg 112 76 - 122Methyl acetate 250 244 ug/Kg 97 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 70 - 126Methylene Chloride 50.0 56.1 ug/Kg 112 75 - 120m-Xylene & p-Xylene 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 80 - 120o-Xylene 50.0 52.7 ug/Kg 105 80 - 120Styrene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 79 - 120Toluene 50.0 48.7 ug/Kg 97 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 52.3 ug/Kg 105 73 - 131Trichloroethene 50.0 57.1 ug/Kg 114 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 100 104 ug/Kg 104 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery834-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13694Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1241251,1,1-Trichloroethane 25.0 26.8 ug/Kg 107 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 25.0 22.5 ug/Kg 90 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane25.0 31.6 ug/Kg 127 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 25.0 25.5 ug/Kg 102 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 25.0 25.6 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.1 ug/Kg 101 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 25.0 21.0 ug/Kg 84 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 25.0 23.5 ug/Kg 94 80 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 60 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1241251,3-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 104 78 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,4-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 24.5 ug/Kg 98 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 52 - 1312-Hexanone 50.0 42.8 ug/Kg 86 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 67 - 135Acetone 50.0 41.2 ug/Kg 82 41 - 137Benzene 25.0 25.8 ug/Kg 103 79 - 120Bromoform 25.0 26.4 ug/Kg 106 62 - 133Bromomethane 25.0 23.8 ug/Kg 95 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 25.0 27.0 ug/Kg 108 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 78 - 120Chloroethane 25.0 21.4 ug/Kg 86 58 - 120Chloroform 25.0 24.1 ug/Kg 96 77 - 120Chloromethane 25.0 18.1 ug/Kg 73 50 - 120cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 24.4 ug/Kg 98 74 - 128Cyclohexane 25.0 25.4 ug/Kg 101 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 25.0 24.8 ug/Kg 99 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 25.0 15.2 ug/Kg 61 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 25.0 28.3 ug/Kg 113 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 25.0 28.6 ug/Kg 115 76 - 122Methyl acetate 125 97.1 ug/Kg 78 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 25.0 24.0 ug/Kg 96 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 25.0 26.5 ug/Kg 106 70 - 126Methylene Chloride 25.0 25.2 ug/Kg 101 75 - 120m-Xylene & p-Xylene 25.0 29.2 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120o-Xylene 25.0 29.3 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120Styrene 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 25.0 30.8 * ug/Kg 123 79 - 120Toluene 25.0 27.5 ug/Kg 110 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 30.2 * ug/Kg 121 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 103 73 - 131Trichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 25.0 27.1 ug/Kg 108 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 25.0 19.7 ug/Kg 79 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 50.0 58.5 ug/Kg 117 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate79LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery874-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136100Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13298Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125TestAmerica CantonPage 61 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124658/4Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1246581,1-Dichloroethene 1.00 0.886 mg/L 89 71 - 133AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,2-Dichloroethane 1.00 0.976 mg/L 98 80 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 2.00 1.93 mg/L 96 49 - 120Benzene 1.00 0.969 mg/L 97 80 - 120Carbon tetrachloride 1.00 0.988 mg/L 99 54 - 122Chlorobenzene 1.00 0.970 mg/L 97 80 - 120Chloroform 1.00 0.908 mg/L 91 80 - 123Tetrachloroethene 1.00 0.940 mg/L 94 79 - 134Trichloroethene 1.00 0.962 mg/L 96 78 - 130Vinyl chloride 1.00 0.792 mg/L 79 56 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 80 - 121Surrogate84LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery904-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12491Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 128100Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 11,2-Dichloroethane0.25 U 0.0290.25 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 12-Butanone (MEK)0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Benzene0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Carbon tetrachloride0.025 U 0.00750.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chlorobenzene0.025 U 0.00800.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chloroform0.025 U 0.0150.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Tetrachloroethene0.025 U 0.00850.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Trichloroethene0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Vinyl chloride1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 84 80 - 121 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery85 03/31/14 16:13 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12489 03/31/14 16:13 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 12897 03/31/14 16:13 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 62 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDL2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 150 U 150 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acenaphthylene100 U 9.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acetophenone6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether23.3 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dibenzofuran70 U 1670 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dimethyl phthalate70 U 1570 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Di-n-octyl phthalateTestAmerica CantonPage 63 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDLFluoranthene 6.7 U 6.7 0.55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 75 10 - 110 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 08:44Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery74 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11074 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11071 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11076 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11093 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238511,1'-Biphenyl 667 511 ug/Kg 77 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 564 ug/Kg 85 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 555 ug/Kg 83 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 515 ug/Kg 77 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 522 ug/Kg 78 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 515 ug/Kg 39 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 580 ug/Kg 87 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 560 ug/Kg 84 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 501 ug/Kg 75 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 500 ug/Kg 75 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 494 ug/Kg 74 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 582 ug/Kg 87 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 528 ug/Kg 79 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 523 ug/Kg 78 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 939 ug/Kg 70 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 512 ug/Kg 77 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 724 ug/Kg 54 10 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 64 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238514-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 524 ug/Kg 79 39 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 553 ug/Kg 83 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 400 ug/Kg 60 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 547 ug/Kg 82 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 559 ug/Kg 84 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1230 ug/Kg 92 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 517 ug/Kg 78 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 500 ug/Kg 75 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 483 ug/Kg 72 40 - 110Anthracene 667 550 ug/Kg 82 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1240 ug/Kg 93 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1080 ug/Kg 81 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 547 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 528 ug/Kg 79 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 543 ug/Kg 81 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 566 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 528 ug/Kg 79 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 515 ug/Kg 77 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 500 ug/Kg 75 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 483 ug/Kg 72 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 534 ug/Kg 80 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 569 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1130 ug/Kg 85 44 - 114Carbazole 667 548 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Chrysene 667 510 ug/Kg 77 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 521 ug/Kg 78 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 524 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 566 ug/Kg 85 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 552 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 612 ug/Kg 92 51 - 110Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 498 ug/Kg 75 48 - 110Fluoranthene 667 569 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Fluorene 667 538 ug/Kg 81 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 529 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 490 ug/Kg 73 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 399 ug/Kg 60 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 494 ug/Kg 74 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 511 ug/Kg 77 50 - 110Isophorone 667 495 ug/Kg 74 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 490 ug/Kg 73 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 516 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 1070 ug/Kg 80 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 837 ug/Kg 63 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 539 ug/Kg 81 49 - 110Phenol 667 510 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110Pyrene 667 544 ug/Kg 82 49 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 65 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238512,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate85LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery752-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110732-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11071Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11074Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11093Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124042/19-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 25150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acenaphthylene100 U 9.2100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acetophenone6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) etherTestAmerica CantonPage 66 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124042/19-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042RL MDLBis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 100 U 100 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether19.5 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dibenzofuran70 U 1670 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dimethyl phthalate16.2 J 1570 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Di-n-octyl phthalate6.7 U 0.556.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Fluoranthene6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 87 10 - 110 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBSurrogate03/26/14 10:35Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery87 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11083 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11088 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11085 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11092 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124042/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 1240421,1'-Biphenyl 667 507 ug/Kg 76 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 491 ug/Kg 74 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 499 ug/Kg 75 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 538 ug/Kg 81 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 517 ug/Kg 78 29 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 67 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124042/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 1240422,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 395 ug/Kg 30 10 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 560 ug/Kg 84 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 548 ug/Kg 82 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 506 ug/Kg 76 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 526 ug/Kg 79 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 532 ug/Kg 80 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 505 ug/Kg 76 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 594 ug/Kg 89 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 551 ug/Kg 83 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 514 ug/Kg 77 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 916 ug/Kg 69 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 538 ug/Kg 81 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 677 ug/Kg 51 10 - 1104-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 462 ug/Kg 69 39 - 1104-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 570 ug/Kg 86 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 447 ug/Kg 67 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 516 ug/Kg 77 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 534 ug/Kg 80 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1220 ug/Kg 91 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 512 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 532 ug/Kg 80 40 - 110Anthracene 667 469 ug/Kg 70 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1100 ug/Kg 82 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1250 ug/Kg 94 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 488 ug/Kg 73 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 589 ug/Kg 88 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 567 ug/Kg 85 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 555 ug/Kg 83 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 564 ug/Kg 85 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 529 ug/Kg 79 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1100 ug/Kg 82 44 - 114Carbazole 667 485 ug/Kg 73 50 - 110Chrysene 667 477 ug/Kg 72 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 507 ug/Kg 76 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 500 ug/Kg 75 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 560 ug/Kg 84 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 555 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 539 ug/Kg 81 51 - 110Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 531 ug/Kg 80 48 - 110Fluoranthene 667 486 ug/Kg 73 51 - 110Fluorene 667 507 ug/Kg 76 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 491 ug/Kg 74 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 588 ug/Kg 88 29 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 68 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124042/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 360 ug/Kg 54 12 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsHexachloroethane 667 547 ug/Kg 82 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 497 ug/Kg 75 50 - 110Isophorone 667 562 ug/Kg 84 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 519 ug/Kg 78 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 579 ug/Kg 87 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 573 ug/Kg 86 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 959 ug/Kg 72 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 783 ug/Kg 59 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 469 ug/Kg 70 49 - 110Phenol 667 542 ug/Kg 81 38 - 110Pyrene 667 494 ug/Kg 74 49 - 1102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate79LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery762-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110762-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11084Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11076Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11084Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124411/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718 Prep Batch: 124411RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 15 - 110 04/01/14 09:45 1MB MBSurrogate03/28/14 11:03Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery74 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11032 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11082 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11068 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11089 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 69 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124411/21-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718 Prep Batch: 1244111,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0506 mg/L 63 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0654 mg/L 82 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0649 mg/L 81 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0734 mg/L 92 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0641 mg/L 80 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0616 mg/L 77 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0651 mg/L 81 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0599 mg/L 75 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0537 mg/L 67 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0506 mg/L 63 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0708 mg/L 89 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.110 mg/L 69 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate86LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery802-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110322-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11085Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11066Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11088Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124983/6-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 124983RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 15 - 110 04/03/14 14:14 1MB MBSurrogate04/02/14 13:47Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery66 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11054 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11063 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11046 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11092 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 70 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124983/7-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1249831,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0581 mg/L 73 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0732 mg/L 92 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0733 mg/L 92 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0795 mg/L 99 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0573 mg/L 72 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0541 mg/L 68 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0577 mg/L 72 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0695 mg/L 87 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0620 mg/L 78 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0593 mg/L 74 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0626 mg/L 78 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.142 mg/L 89 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate95LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery782-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110612-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11073Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11052Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110100Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123843/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123857 Prep Batch: 123843RL MDLC6-C10 100 U 100 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:28 03/25/14 12:18 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierTrifluorotoluene (Surr) 72 40 - 139 03/25/14 12:18 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 08:28Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%RecoveryClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123843/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123857 Prep Batch: 123843Trifluorotoluene (Surr) 40 - 139Surrogate84LCS LCSQualifier Limits%RecoveryTestAmerica CantonPage 71 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123937/13-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637 Prep Batch: 123937RL MDLDiesel Range Organics [C10 - C28] 17 U 17 9.3 mg/Kg 03/25/14 13:12 03/31/14 15:06 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifiero-Terphenyl (Surr) 72 40 - 160 03/31/14 15:06 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 13:12Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%RecoveryClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123937/14-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637 Prep Batch: 123937Diesel Range Organics [C10 - C28]83.3 77.0 mg/Kg 92 52 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitso-Terphenyl (Surr) 40 - 160Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%RecoveryMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123759/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759RL MDLAluminum 20 U 20 9.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier1.0 U 0.391.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Antimony1.0 U 0.301.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Arsenic20 U 0.1220 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Barium0.50 U 0.0430.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Beryllium0.20 U 0.0360.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Cadmium500 U 29500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Calcium0.50 U 0.200.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Chromium5.0 U 0.165.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Cobalt2.5 U 0.742.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Copper10 U 4.910 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Iron0.30 U 0.190.30 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Lead500 U 6.5500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Magnesium1.5 U 0.161.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Manganese4.0 U 0.544.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Nickel500 U 6.2500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Potassium0.50 U 0.450.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Selenium0.50 U 0.100.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Silver500 U 66500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Sodium1.0 U 0.551.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Thallium5.0 U 0.215.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Vanadium2.0 U 1.02.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1ZincTestAmerica CantonPage 72 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123759/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Aluminum 200 191 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsAntimony 50.0 42.8 mg/Kg 86 80 - 120Arsenic 200 177 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Barium 200 184 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Beryllium 5.00 4.39 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Cadmium 5.00 4.43 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Calcium 5000 4400 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Chromium 20.0 18.2 mg/Kg 91 80 - 120Cobalt 50.0 44.1 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Copper 25.0 22.7 mg/Kg 91 80 - 120Iron 100 109 mg/Kg 109 80 - 120Lead 50.0 43.6 mg/Kg 87 80 - 120Magnesium 5000 4330 mg/Kg 87 80 - 120Manganese 50.0 46.1 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Nickel 50.0 44.3 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Potassium 5000 4440 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Selenium 200 179 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Silver 5.00 4.74 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120Sodium 5000 4480 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Thallium 200 180 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Vanadium 50.0 43.9 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Zinc 50.0 46.9 mg/Kg 94 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124048/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048RL MDLAluminum 20 U 20 9.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier1.0 U 0.391.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Antimony1.0 U 0.301.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Arsenic0.170 J 0.1220 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Barium0.50 U 0.0430.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Beryllium0.20 U 0.0360.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cadmium500 U 29500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Calcium0.50 U 0.200.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Chromium5.0 U 0.165.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cobalt2.5 U 0.742.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Copper10 U 4.910 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Iron0.30 U 0.190.30 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Lead500 U 6.5500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Magnesium1.5 U 0.161.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Manganese4.0 U 0.544.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Nickel12.8 J 6.2500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Potassium0.50 U 0.450.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Selenium0.50 U 0.100.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Silver500 U 66500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Sodium1.0 U 0.551.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1ThalliumTestAmerica CantonPage 73 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124048/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048RL MDLVanadium 5.0 U 5.0 0.21 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier2.0 U 1.02.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1ZincClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124048/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048Aluminum 200 191 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsAntimony 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Arsenic 200 188 mg/Kg 94 80 - 120Barium 200 192 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Beryllium 5.00 4.52 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Cadmium 5.00 4.76 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120Calcium 5000 4660 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Chromium 20.0 19.3 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Cobalt 50.0 46.0 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Copper 25.0 23.3 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Iron 100 106 mg/Kg 106 80 - 120Lead 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Magnesium 5000 4600 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Manganese 50.0 48.0 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Nickel 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Potassium 5000 4650 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Selenium 200 183 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Silver 5.00 4.92 mg/Kg 98 80 - 120Sodium 5000 4670 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Thallium 200 185 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Vanadium 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Zinc 50.0 46.1 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124402/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.000947 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1SilverTestAmerica CantonPage 74 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124402/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402Arsenic 2.00 1.97 mg/L 98 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsBarium 2.00 1.86 J mg/L 93 50 - 150Cadmium 0.0500 0.0499 J mg/L 100 50 - 150Chromium 0.200 0.183 J mg/L 91 50 - 150Lead 0.500 0.423 J mg/L 85 50 - 150Selenium 2.00 2.13 mg/L 106 50 - 150Silver 0.0500 0.0517 J mg/L 103 50 - 150Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124371/1-CMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.00176 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1SilverMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124406/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:12 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124406/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406Mercury 0.00500 0.00472 mg/L 94 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124371/1-DMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:11 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 75 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123765/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.015 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:07 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123765/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765Mercury 0.833 0.855 mg/Kg 103 73 - 121AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124076/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.015 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 08:54 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124076/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076Mercury 0.833 0.856 mg/Kg 103 73 - 121AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsTestAmerica CantonPage 76 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS VOAPrep Batch: 123823Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5035240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 5035240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 5035240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 5035240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 5035MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 8260B 123823240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 8260B 123823240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260BMB 240-124052/6 Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260B 123823MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124562Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35317-2 BW1 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-8 BW2 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-13 BW3 6-7.5 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-14 BW4 0.5-2 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 124562240-35317-2 BW1 6-8 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35317-8 BW2 6-8 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35317-13 BW3 6-7.5 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35317-14 BW4 0.5-2 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPSolid 8260BLCS 240-124658/4 Lab Control Sample Total/NAGC/MS Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123851Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-123851/23-A Method Blank Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 77 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS Semi VOA (Continued)Prep Batch: 124042Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-124042/19-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123851LCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 123851MB 240-123851/23-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124042240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 8270C 124042LCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124042MB 240-124042/19-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124371Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPPrep Batch: 124411Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124411/21-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124557Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123851240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124411240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411LCS 240-124411/21-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124411MB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 78 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS Semi VOA (Continued)Analysis Batch: 124761Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123851240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NAPrep Batch: 124983Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124371240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-124983/6-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124983240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 8270C 124983LCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124983MB 240-124983/6-A Method Blank Total/NAGC VOAPrep Batch: 123843Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5030A240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Total/NASolid 5030ALCS 240-123843/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 5030AMB 240-123843/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123857Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 123843240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Total/NASolid 8015C 123843LCS 240-123843/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8015C 123843MB 240-123843/1-A Method Blank Total/NAGC Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123937Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-123937/13-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 123937240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Total/NASolid 8015C 123937LCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8015C 123937MB 240-123937/13-A Method Blank Total/NAMetalsPrep Batch: 123759Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 79 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 123759 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid 3050BLCS 240-123759/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3050BMB 240-123759/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 123765Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid 7471ALCS 240-123765/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471AMB 240-123765/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A 123765240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765LCS 240-123765/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471A 123765MB 240-123765/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759LCS 240-123759/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 123759MB 240-123759/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124048Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 3050BLCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3050BMB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124076Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471ALCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471AMB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124159Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 80 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Analysis Batch: 124159 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A 124076240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076LCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471A 124076MB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124048240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048LCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124048MB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124371Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPPrep Batch: 124402Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 3010ALCS 240-124402/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3010AMB 240-124402/2-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124406Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470ALCS 240-124406/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 81 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 124406 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470AMB 240-124406/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124432Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124048240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 6010B 124402LCS 240-124402/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124402MB 240-124402/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-3 BW1 6-10 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-5 BW2 1-2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-7 BW2 4-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-12 BW3 2-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-16 BW4-2-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35317-17 BW4-6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470A 124406LCS 240-124406/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470A 124406MB 240-124406/2-A Method Blank Total/NAGeneral ChemistryAnalysis Batch: 123573Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid Moisture240-35317-1 BW1 4-6 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-4 BW1 10-12 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-6 BW2 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-9 BW2 8-9 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-10 BW3 1.5-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-11 BW3 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-15 BW4-2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-18 BW4-8-10 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35317-18 DU BW4-8-10 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 82 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW1 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-1Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:00Percent Solids: 80.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 18:01 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123851 03/25/14 08:44 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 4 124557 03/31/14 18:49 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 2 124034 03/25/14 16:21 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 18:55 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:32 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW1 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:05Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 19:41 RJQ TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW1 6-10 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-3Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:05Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 13:49 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:31 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:38 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW1 10-12 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:10Percent Solids: 37.1Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 08:44 MPM123851 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 400 124557 03/31/14 20:32 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NATestAmerica CantonPage 83 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW1 10-12 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 08:10Percent Solids: 37.1Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Analysis 6010B 03/25/14 16:25 RKT5 124034 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 18:59 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 20 123972 03/25/14 17:30 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW2 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 14:14 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:35 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:40 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW2 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:30Percent Solids: 85.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124125 03/27/14 05:21 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123851 03/25/14 08:44 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2.5 124557 03/31/14 20:06 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 2 124034 03/25/14 16:29 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 19:03 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 5 123972 03/25/14 17:33 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NATestAmerica CantonPage 84 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW2 4-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-7Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:35Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 14:38 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:40 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:41 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW2 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:35Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 20:04 RJQ TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW2 8-9 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-9Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 09:41Percent Solids: 84.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5030A 03/25/14 08:28 KMG123843 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8015C 1 123857 03/25/14 16:04 KMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123937 03/25/14 13:12 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8015C 1 124637 03/31/14 17:11 DEB TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW3 1.5-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-10Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:45Percent Solids: 92.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 08:44 MPM123851 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 1 124557 03/31/14 18:24 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 19:07 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 17:35 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NATestAmerica CantonPage 85 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW3 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-11Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:47Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 18:44 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 124042 03/26/14 10:35 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 1 124330 03/28/14 17:19 MRU TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:31 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124432 03/28/14 13:58 KLC TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:44 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW3 2-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-12Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:52Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 15:03 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:44 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:43 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW3 6-7.5 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-13Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 10:55Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 20:27 RJQ TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW4 0.5-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-14Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:00Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 20:50 RJQ TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 86 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW4-2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-15Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:05Percent Solids: 91.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 19:05 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123851 03/25/14 08:44 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2.5 124761 04/01/14 14:58 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 19:11 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:42 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW4-2-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-16Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:08Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124983 04/02/14 13:47 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 125096 04/03/14 17:35 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:48 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:48 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW4-6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-17Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 03:12Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 15:51 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:52 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/28/14 08:52 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:49 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 87 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW4-8-10 Lab Sample ID: 240-35317-18Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 13:15Percent Solids: 75.2Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 08:44 MPM123851 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 5 124557 03/31/14 19:41 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 5 124034 03/25/14 16:33 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 19:15 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 5 123972 03/25/14 17:38 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:42 BLW TAL CANTotal/NALaboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 88 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Certification SummaryClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35317-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLaboratory: TestAmerica CantonAll certifications held by this laboratory are listed. Not all certifications are applicable to this report.Authority Program EPA Region Certification ID Expiration DateCalifornia 01144CA9NELAP 06-30-14Connecticut State Program 1 PH-0590 12-31-14Florida NELAP 4 E87225 06-30-14Georgia State Program 4 N/A 06-30-14Illinois NELAP 5 200004 07-31-14Kansas NELAP 7 E-10336 03-31-14 *Kentucky (UST) State Program 4 58 06-30-14L-A-B DoD ELAP L2315 07-18-16Minnesota NELAP 5 039-999-348 12-31-14Nevada State Program 9 OH-000482008A 07-31-14New Jersey NELAP 2 OH001 06-30-14New York NELAP 2 10975 03-31-14 *Ohio VAP State Program 5 CL0024 10-31-15Pennsylvania NELAP 3 68-00340 08-31-14Texas NELAP 6 08-31-14USDA Federal P330-13-00319 11-26-16Virginia NELAP 3 460175 09-14-14Washington State Program 10 C971 01-12-15West Virginia DEP State Program 3 210 12-31-14Wisconsin State Program 5 999518190 08-31-14TestAmerica Canton* Expired certification is currently pending renewal and is considered valid.Page 89 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 90 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 91 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 92 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 93 of 93 4/4/20141234567891011121314Appendix F Soil analytical results for borings BW-5 and BW-6 ANALYTICAL REPORTTestAmerica Laboratories, Inc.TestAmerica Canton4101 Shuffel Street NWNorth Canton, OH 44720Tel: (330)497-9396TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client Project/Site: Lancaster OhioFor:Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.98 County Line Road WestSuite CWesterville, Ohio 43082Attn: Ms. Linda AllerAuthorized for release by:4/4/2014 5:17:10 PMMark Loeb, Project Manager II(330)966-9387mark.loeb@testamericainc.comThis report has been electronically signed and authorized by the signatory. Electronic signature isintended to be the legally binding equivalent of a traditionally handwritten signature.Results relate only to the items tested and the sample(s) as received by the laboratory.1234567891011121314https://secure.testamericainc.com/TotalAccess/login.aspxhttp://www.testamericainc.com/AskTheExpert/Expert_index.htmhttp://www.testamericainc.commailto:mark.loeb@testamericainc.comTable of ContentsClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Page 2 of 62TestAmerica Canton4/4/2014Cover Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Definitions/Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Case Narrative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Method Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Sample Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Detection Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Client Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Surrogate Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33QC Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36QC Association Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52Lab Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56Certification Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59Chain of Custody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601234567891011121314Definitions/GlossaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioQualifiersGC/MS VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierB Compound was found in the blank and sample.J Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.* LCS or LCSD exceeds the control limitsGC/MS Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.X Surrogate is outside control limitsB Compound was found in the blank and sample.MetalsQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.4 MS, MSD: The analyte present in the original sample is greater than 4 times the matrix spike concentration; therefore, control limits are not applicable.F1 MS and/or MSD Recovery exceeds the control limitsF2 MS/MSD RPD exceeds control limitsB Compound was found in the blank and sample.GlossaryThese commonly used abbreviations may or may not be present in this report. Listed under the "D" column to designate that the result is reported on a dry weight basisAbbreviation%R Percent RecoveryCNF Contains no Free LiquidDER Duplicate error ratio (normalized absolute difference)Dil Fac Dilution FactorDL, RA, RE, IN Indicates a Dilution, Re-analysis, Re-extraction, or additional Initial metals/anion analysis of the sampleDLC Decision level concentrationMDA Minimum detectable activityEDL Estimated Detection LimitMDC Minimum detectable concentrationMDL Method Detection LimitML Minimum Level (Dioxin)NC Not CalculatedND Not detected at the reporting limit (or MDL or EDL if shown)PQL Practical Quantitation LimitQC Quality ControlRER Relative error ratioRL Reporting Limit or Requested Limit (Radiochemistry)RPD Relative Percent Difference, a measure of the relative difference between two pointsTEF Toxicity Equivalent Factor (Dioxin)TEQ Toxicity Equivalent Quotient (Dioxin)TestAmerica CantonPage 3 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35316-1Laboratory: TestAmerica CantonNarrativeCASE NARRATIVEClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project: Lancaster OhioReport Number: 240-35316-1With the exceptions noted as flags or footnotes, standard analytical protocols were followed in the analysis of the samples and no problems were encountered or anomalies observed. In addition all laboratory quality control samples were within established control limits, with any exceptions noted below. Each sample was analyzed to achieve the lowest possible reporting limit within the constraints of the method. In some cases, due to interference or analytes present at high concentrations, samples were diluted. For diluted samples, the reporting limits are adjusted relative to the dilution required.TestAmerica Canton attests to the validity of the laboratory data generated by TestAmerica facilities reported herein. All analyses performed by TestAmerica facilities were done using established laboratory SOPs that incorporate QA/QC procedures described in the application methods. TestAmericas operations groups have reviewed the data for compliance with the laboratory QA/QC plan, and data have been found to be compliant with laboratory protocols unless otherwise noted below.The test results in this report meet all NELAP requirements for parameters for which accreditation is required or available. Any exceptions to NELAP requirements are noted in this report. Pursuant to NELAP, this report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the laboratory.Calculations are performed before rounding to avoid round-off errors in calculated results.All holding times were met and proper preservation noted for the methods performed on these samples, unless otherwise detailed in the individual sections below.All solid sample results are reported on an "as received" basis unless otherwise indicated by the presence of a % solids value in the method header.This laboratory report is confidential and is intended for the sole use of TestAmerica and its client.RECEIPTThe samples were received on 3/21/2014 9:45 AM; the samples arrived in good condition, properly preserved and, where required, on ice. The temperature of the cooler at receipt was 3.6 C.TCLP VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW5 4-6 (240-35316-3) and BW6 6-8 (240-35316-8) were analyzed for TCLP volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8260B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW5 4-6 (240-35316-3) and BW6 1-2 (240-35316-6) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were prepared on 03/21/2014 and analyzed on 03/26/2014 and 03/27/2014. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene was detected in method blank MB 240-124052/6 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.TestAmerica CantonPage 4 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35316-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)Tetrachloroethene and trans-1,2-Dichloroethene failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-124125/8. These analytes were biased high in the LCS and were not detected in the associated samples; therefore, the data have been reported.Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 124125.No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW5 2-5 (240-35316-2), BW5 6-9 (240-35316-4), BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) and BW6 6-8 (240-35316-9) were analyzed for TCLP semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8270C. The samples were leached on 03/27/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014 and 04/03/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.No difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW5 1-2 (240-35316-1), BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5), BW6 1-2 (240-35316-6) and BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) were analyzed for semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8270C. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014 and 03/31/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate was detected in method blank MB 240-123851/23-A at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr), Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr), Phenol-d5 (Surr) and Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) failed the surrogate recovery criteria low for BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5). Refer to the QC report for details.Samples BW5 1-2 (240-35316-1)[2X] and BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5)[5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP METALS (ICP)Samples BW5 2-5 (240-35316-2), BW5 6-9 (240-35316-4), BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) and BW6 6-8 (240-35316-9) were analyzed for TCLP metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/6010B. The samples were leached on 03/27/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. Barium was detected in method blanks LB 240-124371/1-C and MB 240-124402/2-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL METALS (ICP)Samples BW5 1-2 (240-35316-1), BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5), BW6 1-2 (240-35316-6) and BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) were analyzed for total metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and analyzed on 03/25/2014, 03/26/2014 and 03/27/2014. Antimony, Calcium, Magnesium and Manganese failed the recovery criteria low for the MS of sample BW5 1-2MS (240-35316-1) in batch TestAmerica CantonPage 5 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35316-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)240-124034. Aluminum and Iron failed the recovery criteria high.For the MSD of sample BW5 1-2MSD (240-35316-1) in batch 240-124034, Several analytes failed the recovery criteria low. Aluminum failed the recovery criteria high. Also, Calcium, Lead and Magnesium exceeded the RPD limit.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP MERCURYSamples BW5 2-5 (240-35316-2), BW5 6-9 (240-35316-4), BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) and BW6 6-8 (240-35316-9) were analyzed for TCLP mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/7470A. The samples were leached on 03/27/2014, prepared on 03/28/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL MERCURYSamples BW5 1-2 (240-35316-1), BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5), BW6 1-2 (240-35316-6) and BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) were analyzed for total mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 7471A. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and analyzed on 03/25/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.PERCENT SOLIDSSamples BW5 1-2 (240-35316-1), BW5 4-6 (240-35316-3), BW5 10-11 (240-35316-5), BW6 1-2 (240-35316-6) and BW6 4-6 (240-35316-7) were analyzed for percent solids in accordance with EPA Method 160.3 MOD. The samples were analyzed on 03/22/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the % solids analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 6 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Method SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod Method Description LaboratoryProtocolSW8468260B Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468270C Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8466010B Metals (ICP) TAL CANSW8467470A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANSW8467471A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANEPAMoisture Percent Moisture TAL CANProtocol References:EPA = US Environmental Protection AgencySW846 = "Test Methods For Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", Third Edition, November 1986 And Its Updates.Laboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 7 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Sample SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID Client Sample ID ReceivedCollectedMatrix240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Solid 03/20/14 14:15 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 Solid 03/20/14 14:18 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 Solid 03/20/14 14:20 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 Solid 03/20/14 14:25 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Solid 03/20/14 14:30 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Solid 03/20/14 15:15 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Solid 03/20/14 15:22 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-8 BW6 6-8 Solid 03/20/14 15:40 03/21/14 09:45240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 Solid 03/20/14 15:42 03/21/14 09:45TestAmerica CantonPage 8 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW5 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-11,1'-BiphenylRL110 ug/KgMDL7.7Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2J33 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.1 Total/NA291 8270CAcenaphthene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA239 8270CAcenaphthylene 15 ug/Kg0.77 Total/NA215 8270CAnthracene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA284 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA2620 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 15 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA2970 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA21600 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 15 ug/Kg0.77 Total/NA21400 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2480 8270CBis(2-chloroethyl)ether 220 ug/Kg4.4 Total/NA225 J 8270CChrysene 15 ug/Kg2.4 Total/NA2760 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2300 8270CDibenzofuran 110 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA237 J 8270CFluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA2800 8270CFluorene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA221 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 15 ug/Kg0.77 Total/NA21000 8270CNaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA286 8270CPhenanthrene 15 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2400 8270CPyrene 15 ug/Kg0.97 Total/NA2690 8270CAluminum 19 mg/Kg9.0 Total/NA14000 6010BAntimony 0.93 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA10.69 J 6010BArsenic 0.93 mg/Kg0.28 Total/NA111 6010BBarium 19 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA132 6010BBeryllium 0.47 mg/Kg0.040 Total/NA10.27 J 6010BCadmium 0.19 mg/Kg0.034 Total/NA10.53 6010BCalcium 470 mg/Kg27 Total/NA136000 6010BChromium 0.47 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA119 6010BCobalt 4.7 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA15.2 6010BCopper 2.3 mg/Kg0.69 Total/NA140 6010BIron 9.3 mg/Kg4.6 Total/NA122000 6010BLead 0.28 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA125 6010BMagnesium 470 mg/Kg6.1 Total/NA111000 6010BManganese 1.4 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA1370 6010BNickel 3.7 mg/Kg0.50 Total/NA144 6010BPotassium 470 mg/Kg5.8 Total/NA1730 6010BSodium 470 mg/Kg62 Total/NA177 J 6010BVanadium 4.7 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA114 6010BZinc 1.9 mg/Kg0.93 Total/NA171 6010BMercury 0.11 mg/Kg0.017 Total/NA10.051 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW5 2-5 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-2ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0078 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP11.3 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.035 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0042 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP12.8 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0085 J 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 9 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW5 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-31,2,4-TrichlorobenzeneRL2.4 ug/KgMDL0.13Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J B0.27 8260BAcetone 9.7 ug/Kg3.0 Total/NA19.5 J 8260BStyrene 2.4 ug/Kg0.072 Total/NA10.093 J 8260BClient Sample ID: BW5 6-9 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-4ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.012 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP11.2 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.16 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0067 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.71 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0081 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW5 10-11 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-52-MethylnaphthaleneRL76 ug/KgMDL5.7Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA596 8270CAcenaphthene 76 ug/Kg8.7 Total/NA555 J 8270CAnthracene 76 ug/Kg8.9 Total/NA5300 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 76 ug/Kg7.2 Total/NA56100 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 76 ug/Kg7.3 Total/NA55400 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 76 ug/Kg6.7 Total/NA55000 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 76 ug/Kg4.0 Total/NA54200 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 76 ug/Kg7.8 Total/NA5920 8270CChrysene 76 ug/Kg13 Total/NA59500 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 76 ug/Kg7.5 Total/NA53600 8270CDibenzofuran 570 ug/Kg7.5 Total/NA550 J 8270CFluoranthene 76 ug/Kg6.3 Total/NA51700 8270CFluorene 76 ug/Kg6.0 Total/NA5100 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 76 ug/Kg4.0 Total/NA52200 8270CNaphthalene 76 ug/Kg9.3 Total/NA5190 8270CPhenanthrene 76 ug/Kg8.3 Total/NA51200 8270CPyrene 76 ug/Kg5.0 Total/NA52300 8270CAluminum 44 mg/Kg21 Total/NA111000 6010BAntimony 2.2 mg/Kg0.87 Total/NA10.97 J 6010BArsenic 2.2 mg/Kg0.67 Total/NA134 6010BBarium 44 mg/Kg0.27 Total/NA1220 6010BBeryllium 1.1 mg/Kg0.096 Total/NA10.80 J 6010BCadmium 0.44 mg/Kg0.080 Total/NA16.5 6010BCalcium 1100 mg/Kg65 Total/NA119000 6010BChromium 1.1 mg/Kg0.44 Total/NA1120 6010BCobalt 11 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA111 6010BCopper 5.6 mg/Kg1.6 Total/NA177 6010BIron 22 mg/Kg11 Total/NA191000 6010BLead 0.67 mg/Kg0.42 Total/NA1260 6010BMagnesium 1100 mg/Kg14 Total/NA13700 6010BManganese 3.3 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA1760 6010BNickel 8.9 mg/Kg1.2 Total/NA136 6010BPotassium 1100 mg/Kg14 Total/NA11700 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 10 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW5 10-11 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-5SeleniumRL1.1 mg/KgMDL1.0Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA14.7 6010BSilver 1.1 mg/Kg0.22 Total/NA10.96 J 6010BSodium 1100 mg/Kg150 Total/NA1210 J 6010BThallium 2.2 mg/Kg1.2 Total/NA11.2 J 6010BVanadium 11 mg/Kg0.47 Total/NA130 6010BZinc 4.4 mg/Kg2.2 Total/NA1700 6010BMercury 0.24 mg/Kg0.036 Total/NA11.1 7471AClient Sample ID: BW6 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-62-MethylnaphthaleneRL7.4 ug/KgMDL0.56Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA128 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7.4 ug/Kg0.70 Total/NA134 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7.4 ug/Kg0.71 Total/NA1330 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7.4 ug/Kg0.66 Total/NA1570 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7.4 ug/Kg0.39 Total/NA11100 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7.4 ug/Kg0.76 Total/NA1150 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 78 ug/Kg21 Total/NA127 J B 8270CChrysene 7.4 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA165 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7.4 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA1240 8270CDibenzofuran 56 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA116 J 8270CFluoranthene 7.4 ug/Kg0.61 Total/NA116 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7.4 ug/Kg0.39 Total/NA1780 8270CNaphthalene 7.4 ug/Kg0.91 Total/NA117 8270CPhenanthrene 7.4 ug/Kg0.81 Total/NA130 8270CPyrene 7.4 ug/Kg0.49 Total/NA114 8270CAluminum 20 mg/Kg9.7 Total/NA14700 6010BArsenic 1.0 mg/Kg0.30 Total/NA13.6 6010BBarium 20 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA122 6010BBeryllium 0.50 mg/Kg0.043 Total/NA10.17 J 6010BCadmium 0.20 mg/Kg0.036 Total/NA10.16 J 6010BCalcium 500 mg/Kg29 Total/NA12600 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA18.9 6010BCobalt 5.0 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA12.6 J 6010BCopper 2.5 mg/Kg0.74 Total/NA110 6010BIron 10 mg/Kg4.9 Total/NA19900 6010BLead 0.30 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA19.2 6010BMagnesium 500 mg/Kg6.5 Total/NA1970 6010BManganese 1.5 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA1150 6010BNickel 4.0 mg/Kg0.54 Total/NA17.7 6010BPotassium 500 mg/Kg6.2 Total/NA1650 6010BSelenium 0.50 mg/Kg0.45 Total/NA11.4 6010BSodium 500 mg/Kg66 Total/NA1350 J 6010BVanadium 5.0 mg/Kg0.21 Total/NA112 6010BZinc 2.0 mg/Kg1.0 Total/NA119 6010BClient Sample ID: BW6 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-71,1'-BiphenylRL55 ug/KgMDL3.9Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J6.7 8270CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 11 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW6 4-6 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-72-MethylnaphthaleneRL7.3 ug/KgMDL0.55Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA133 8270CAcenaphthene 7.3 ug/Kg0.84 Total/NA112 8270CAnthracene 7.3 ug/Kg0.86 Total/NA121 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7.3 ug/Kg0.69 Total/NA1130 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7.3 ug/Kg0.70 Total/NA1200 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7.3 ug/Kg0.65 Total/NA1330 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7.3 ug/Kg0.39 Total/NA1230 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7.3 ug/Kg0.75 Total/NA182 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 77 ug/Kg21 Total/NA1100 B 8270CChrysene 7.3 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA1180 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7.3 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA160 8270CDibenzofuran 55 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA112 J 8270CDi-n-butyl phthalate 77 ug/Kg17 Total/NA121 J 8270CFluoranthene 7.3 ug/Kg0.61 Total/NA1220 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7.3 ug/Kg0.39 Total/NA1160 8270CNaphthalene 7.3 ug/Kg0.90 Total/NA122 8270CPhenanthrene 7.3 ug/Kg0.80 Total/NA1120 8270CPyrene 7.3 ug/Kg0.48 Total/NA1190 8270CAluminum 16 mg/Kg7.7 Total/NA14600 6010BAntimony 0.80 mg/Kg0.31 Total/NA10.51 J 6010BArsenic 0.80 mg/Kg0.24 Total/NA16.8 6010BBarium 16 mg/Kg0.096 Total/NA127 6010BBeryllium 0.40 mg/Kg0.034 Total/NA10.25 J 6010BCadmium 0.16 mg/Kg0.029 Total/NA11.9 6010BCalcium 400 mg/Kg23 Total/NA128000 6010BChromium 0.40 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA119 6010BCobalt 4.0 mg/Kg0.13 Total/NA13.3 J 6010BCopper 2.0 mg/Kg0.59 Total/NA121 6010BIron 8.0 mg/Kg3.9 Total/NA115000 6010BLead 0.24 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA114 6010BMagnesium 400 mg/Kg5.2 Total/NA16300 6010BManganese 1.2 mg/Kg0.13 Total/NA1220 6010BNickel 3.2 mg/Kg0.43 Total/NA114 6010BPotassium 400 mg/Kg5.0 Total/NA1660 6010BSelenium 0.40 mg/Kg0.36 Total/NA10.83 6010BSodium 400 mg/Kg53 Total/NA1490 6010BVanadium 4.0 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA115 6010BZinc 1.6 mg/Kg0.80 Total/NA134 6010BArsenic 0.50 mg/L0.0032 TCLP10.0053 J 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.22 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0075 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0030 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0064 J 6010BMercury 0.11 mg/Kg0.016 Total/NA10.017 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW6 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-8 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW6 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-9TestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 12 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW6 6-8 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-9ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0047 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.53 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0020 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0026 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0069 J 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 13 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-1Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:15Percent Solids: 90.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 33 J 110 7.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier330 55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4,5-Trichlorophenol 330 U330 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4,6-Trichlorophenol 330 U330 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4-Dichlorophenol 330 U330 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4-Dimethylphenol 330 U730 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4-Dinitrophenol 730 U440 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,4-Dinitrotoluene 440 U440 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22,6-Dinitrotoluene 440 U110 0.99 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Chloronaphthalene 110 U110 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Chlorophenol 110 U15 1.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Methylnaphthalene 91440 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Methylphenol 440 U440 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Nitroaniline 440 U110 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 22-Nitrophenol 110 U880 44 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 23 & 4 Methylphenol 880 U220 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 23,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 220 U440 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 23-Nitroaniline 440 U330 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 330 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 110 U330 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Chloro-3-methylphenol 330 U330 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Chloroaniline 330 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 110 U440 57 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Nitroaniline 440 U730 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 24-Nitrophenol 730 U15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Acenaphthene 3915 0.77 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Acenaphthylene 15220 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Acetophenone 220 U15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Anthracene 84440 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Atrazine 440 U220 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzaldehyde 220 U15 1.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzo[a]anthracene 62015 1.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzo[a]pyrene 97015 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 160015 0.77 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 140015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Benzo[k]fluoranthene 480220 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 220 U220 48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 220 U220 4.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 25 J150 42 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 150 U150 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Butyl benzyl phthalate 150 U730 81 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Caprolactam 730 U110 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Carbazole 110 U15 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Chrysene 76015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 300110 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Dibenzofuran 37 J150 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Diethyl phthalate 150 U150 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Dimethyl phthalate 150 U150 33 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Di-n-butyl phthalate 150 U150 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Di-n-octyl phthalate 150 UTestAmerica CantonPage 14 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-1Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:15Percent Solids: 90.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 800 15 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier15 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Fluorene 2115 4.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Hexachlorobenzene 15 U110 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Hexachlorobutadiene 110 U730 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 730 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Hexachloroethane 110 U15 0.77 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 1000110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Isophorone 110 U15 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Naphthalene 86220 4.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Nitrobenzene 220 U110 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 110 U110 46 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 110 U330 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Pentachlorophenol 330 U15 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Phenanthrene 400110 16 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Phenol 110 U15 0.97 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Pyrene 6902,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 70 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 2Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 74 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 224 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 72 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 224 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 70 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 220 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 74 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 226 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 83 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:54 236 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 4000 19 9.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.93 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Antimony 0.69 J0.93 0.28 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Arsenic 1119 0.11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Barium 320.47 0.040 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Beryllium 0.27 J0.19 0.034 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Cadmium 0.53470 27 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Calcium 360000.47 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Chromium 194.7 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Cobalt 5.22.3 0.69 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Copper 409.3 4.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Iron 220000.28 0.18 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Lead 25470 6.1 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Magnesium 110001.4 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Manganese 3703.7 0.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Nickel 44470 5.8 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Potassium 7300.47 0.42 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Selenium 0.47 U0.47 0.093 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Silver 0.47 U470 62 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Sodium 77 J0.93 0.51 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Thallium 0.93 U4.7 0.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Vanadium 141.9 0.93 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 14:03 1Zinc 71TestAmerica CantonPage 15 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-1Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:15Percent Solids: 90.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.051 J 0.11 0.017 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:11 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 16 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-2Client Sample ID: BW5 2-5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:18Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 92 15 - 110 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 81 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 70 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 77 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 60 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 102 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 16:20 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0078 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Barium 1.3 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Cadmium 0.035 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Chromium 0.0042 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Lead 2.80.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Selenium 0.0085 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:14 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:52 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 17 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-3Client Sample ID: BW5 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:20Percent Solids: 88.3Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.4 U 2.4 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.63 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.4 U2.4 0.13 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 0.27 J B4.8 0.63 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 4.8 U2.4 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.4 U2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.33 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.4 U2.4 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.4 U2.4 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.4 U9.7 0.68 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 12-Butanone (MEK) 9.7 U9.7 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 12-Hexanone 9.7 U9.7 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 9.7 U9.7 3.0 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Acetone 9.5 J2.4 0.11 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Benzene 2.4 U2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Bromoform 2.4 U2.4 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Bromomethane 2.4 U2.4 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Carbon disulfide 2.4 U2.4 0.18 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.4 U2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Chlorobenzene 2.4 U2.4 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.4 U2.4 0.42 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Chloroethane 2.4 U2.4 0.14 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Chloroform 2.4 U2.4 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Chloromethane 2.4 U2.4 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.4 U2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.4 U4.8 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Cyclohexane 4.8 U2.4 0.14 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.4 U2.4 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.4 U2.4 0.13 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Ethylbenzene 2.4 U2.4 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.4 U2.4 0.077 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Isopropylbenzene 2.4 U4.8 0.68 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Methyl acetate 4.8 U2.4 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.4 U4.8 0.15 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Methylcyclohexane 4.8 U2.4 0.32 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Methylene Chloride 2.4 U2.4 0.072 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Styrene 0.093 J2.4 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Tetrachloroethene 2.4 U2.4 0.13 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Toluene 2.4 U2.4 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.4 U2.4 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.4 U2.4 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Trichloroethene 2.4 U2.4 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.4 U2.4 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Vinyl chloride 2.4 U4.8 0.17 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Xylenes, Total 4.8 UTestAmerica CantonPage 18 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-3Client Sample ID: BW5 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:20Percent Solids: 88.3Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 111 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 80 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 95 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 90 03/21/14 17:00 03/26/14 17:18 167 - 125Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 18:54 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 80 - 121 03/31/14 18:54 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 85 03/31/14 18:54 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 88 03/31/14 18:54 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 99 03/31/14 18:54 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 19 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-4Client Sample ID: BW5 6-9Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:25Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 57 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 72 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 43 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 79 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 67 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 81 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 12:36 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.012 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Barium 1.2 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Cadmium 0.160.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Chromium 0.0067 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Lead 0.710.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Selenium 0.0081 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:18 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:33 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 20 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-5Client Sample ID: BW5 10-11Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:30Percent Solids: 43.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 570 U 570 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1700 280 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4,5-Trichlorophenol 1700 U1700 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4,6-Trichlorophenol 1700 U1700 230 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4-Dichlorophenol 1700 U1700 230 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4-Dimethylphenol 1700 U3800 240 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4-Dinitrophenol 3800 U2300 190 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,4-Dinitrotoluene 2300 U2300 240 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52,6-Dinitrotoluene 2300 U570 5.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Chloronaphthalene 570 U570 93 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Chlorophenol 570 U76 5.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Methylnaphthalene 962300 130 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Methylphenol 2300 U2300 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Nitroaniline 2300 U570 95 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 52-Nitrophenol 570 U4600 230 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 53 & 4 Methylphenol 4600 U1100 210 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 53,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1100 U2300 180 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 53-Nitroaniline 2300 U1700 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1700 U570 150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 570 U1700 240 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Chloro-3-methylphenol 1700 U1700 190 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Chloroaniline 1700 U570 150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 570 U2300 300 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Nitroaniline 2300 U3800 190 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 54-Nitrophenol 3800 U76 8.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Acenaphthene 55 J76 4.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Acenaphthylene 76 U1100 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Acetophenone 1100 U76 8.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Anthracene 3002300 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Atrazine 2300 U1100 140 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzaldehyde 1100 U76 7.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzo[a]anthracene 610076 7.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzo[a]pyrene 540076 6.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzo[b]fluoranthene 500076 4.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 420076 7.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Benzo[k]fluoranthene 9201100 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 1100 U1100 250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 1100 U1100 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 1100 U800 220 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 800 U800 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Butyl benzyl phthalate 800 U3800 420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Caprolactam 3800 U570 310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Carbazole 570 U76 13 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Chrysene 950076 7.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 3600570 7.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Dibenzofuran 50 J800 180 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Diethyl phthalate 800 U800 190 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Dimethyl phthalate 800 U800 170 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Di-n-butyl phthalate 800 U800 90 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Di-n-octyl phthalate 800 UTestAmerica CantonPage 21 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-5Client Sample ID: BW5 10-11Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:30Percent Solids: 43.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 1700 76 6.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier76 6.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Fluorene 10076 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Hexachlorobenzene 76 U570 64 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Hexachlorobutadiene 570 U3800 92 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 3800 U570 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Hexachloroethane 570 U76 4.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 2200570 150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Isophorone 570 U76 9.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Naphthalene 1901100 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Nitrobenzene 1100 U570 72 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 570 U570 240 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 570 U1700 100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Pentachlorophenol 1700 U76 8.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Phenanthrene 1200570 83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Phenol 570 U76 5.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Pyrene 23002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 22 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 5Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 17 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 524 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 26 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 524 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 19 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 520 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 24 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 526 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 18 X 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:29 536 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 11000 44 21 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.2 0.87 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Antimony 0.97 J2.2 0.67 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Arsenic 3444 0.27 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Barium 2201.1 0.096 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Beryllium 0.80 J0.44 0.080 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Cadmium 6.51100 65 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Calcium 190001.1 0.44 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Chromium 12011 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Cobalt 115.6 1.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Copper 7722 11 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Iron 910000.67 0.42 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Lead 2601100 14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Magnesium 37003.3 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Manganese 7608.9 1.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Nickel 361100 14 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Potassium 17001.1 1.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Selenium 4.71.1 0.22 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Silver 0.96 J1100 150 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Sodium 210 J2.2 1.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Thallium 1.2 J11 0.47 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Vanadium 304.4 2.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:35 1Zinc 700TestAmerica CantonPage 22 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-5Client Sample ID: BW5 10-11Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:30Percent Solids: 43.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 1.1 0.24 0.036 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:24 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 23 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-6Client Sample ID: BW6 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:15Percent Solids: 89.5Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.5 U 3.5 0.39 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.90 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 3.5 U6.9 0.90 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 6.9 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.48 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.46 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U14 0.97 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 12-Butanone (MEK) 14 U14 0.44 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 12-Hexanone 14 U14 0.37 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 14 U14 4.4 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Acetone 14 U3.5 0.16 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Benzene 3.5 U3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Bromoform 3.5 U3.5 0.37 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Bromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.31 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Carbon disulfide 3.5 U3.5 0.26 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.5 U3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Chlorobenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.38 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.60 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Chloroethane 3.5 U3.5 0.20 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Chloroform 3.5 U3.5 0.28 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Chloromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U6.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Cyclohexane 6.9 U3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.5 U3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.18 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Ethylbenzene 3.5 U3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.5 U3.5 0.11 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Isopropylbenzene 3.5 U6.9 0.97 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Methyl acetate 6.9 U3.5 0.30 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.5 U6.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Methylcyclohexane 6.9 U3.5 0.46 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Methylene Chloride 3.5 U3.5 0.10 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Styrene 3.5 U3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Tetrachloroethene 3.5 U *3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Toluene 3.5 U3.5 0.28 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U *3.5 0.37 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U3.5 0.29 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Trichloroethene 3.5 U3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.5 U3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Vinyl chloride 3.5 U6.9 0.24 ug/Kg 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Xylenes, Total 6.9 UTestAmerica CantonPage 24 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-6Client Sample ID: BW6 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:15Percent Solids: 89.5Date Received: 03/21/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 58 - 123 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 80 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 107 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 95 03/21/14 17:00 03/27/14 05:00 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 56 U 56 3.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier170 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 9.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4-Dichlorophenol 170 U170 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4-Dimethylphenol 170 U370 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4-Dinitrophenol 370 U220 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 220 U220 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12,6-Dinitrotoluene 220 U56 0.50 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Chloronaphthalene 56 U56 9.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Chlorophenol 56 U7.4 0.56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Methylnaphthalene 28220 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Methylphenol 220 U220 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Nitroaniline 220 U56 9.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 12-Nitrophenol 56 U440 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 13 & 4 Methylphenol 440 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 110 U220 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 13-Nitroaniline 220 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 170 U56 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 56 U170 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol 170 U170 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Chloroaniline 170 U56 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 56 U220 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Nitroaniline 220 U370 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 14-Nitrophenol 370 U7.4 0.85 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Acenaphthene 7.4 U7.4 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Acenaphthylene 7.4 U110 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Acetophenone 110 U7.4 0.87 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Anthracene 7.4 U220 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Atrazine 220 U110 13 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzaldehyde 110 U7.4 0.70 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzo[a]anthracene 347.4 0.71 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzo[a]pyrene 3307.4 0.66 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene 5707.4 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 11007.4 0.76 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene 150110 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 110 U110 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 110 U110 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 110 U78 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 27 J B78 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Butyl benzyl phthalate 78 U370 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Caprolactam 370 U56 30 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Carbazole 56 U7.4 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Chrysene 65TestAmerica CantonPage 25 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-6Client Sample ID: BW6 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:15Percent Solids: 89.5Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 240 7.4 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier56 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Dibenzofuran 16 J78 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Diethyl phthalate 78 U78 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Dimethyl phthalate 78 U78 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Di-n-butyl phthalate 78 U78 8.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Di-n-octyl phthalate 78 U7.4 0.61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Fluoranthene 167.4 0.59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Fluorene 7.4 U7.4 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Hexachlorobenzene 7.4 U56 6.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Hexachlorobutadiene 56 U370 9.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 370 U56 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Hexachloroethane 56 U7.4 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 78056 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Isophorone 56 U7.4 0.91 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Naphthalene 17110 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Nitrobenzene 110 U56 7.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 56 U56 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 56 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Pentachlorophenol 170 U7.4 0.81 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Phenanthrene 3056 8.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Phenol 56 U7.4 0.49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Pyrene 142,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 66 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 67 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 124 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 57 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 124 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 59 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 120 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 62 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 126 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 83 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 20:03 136 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 4700 20 9.7 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1.0 0.39 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Antimony 1.0 U1.0 0.30 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Arsenic 3.620 0.12 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Barium 220.50 0.043 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Beryllium 0.17 J0.20 0.036 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Cadmium 0.16 J500 29 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Calcium 26000.50 0.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Chromium 8.95.0 0.16 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Cobalt 2.6 J2.5 0.74 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Copper 1010 4.9 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Iron 99000.30 0.19 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Lead 9.2500 6.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Magnesium 9701.5 0.16 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Manganese 1504.0 0.54 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Nickel 7.7500 6.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Potassium 6500.50 0.45 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/27/14 15:15 1Selenium 1.4TestAmerica CantonPage 26 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-6Client Sample ID: BW6 1-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:15Percent Solids: 89.5Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.50 U 0.50 0.10 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier500 66 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Sodium 350 J1.0 0.55 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Thallium 1.0 U5.0 0.21 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Vanadium 122.0 1.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:39 1Zinc 19Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.12 U 0.12 0.018 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:27 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 27 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-7Client Sample ID: BW6 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:22Percent Solids: 89.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 6.7 J 55 3.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier170 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 9.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4-Dichlorophenol 170 U170 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4-Dimethylphenol 170 U360 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4-Dinitrophenol 360 U220 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 220 U220 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12,6-Dinitrotoluene 220 U55 0.50 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Chloronaphthalene 55 U55 9.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Chlorophenol 55 U7.3 0.55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Methylnaphthalene 33220 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Methylphenol 220 U220 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Nitroaniline 220 U55 9.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 12-Nitrophenol 55 U440 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 13 & 4 Methylphenol 440 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 110 U220 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 13-Nitroaniline 220 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 170 U55 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 55 U170 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol 170 U170 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Chloroaniline 170 U55 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 55 U220 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Nitroaniline 220 U360 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 14-Nitrophenol 360 U7.3 0.84 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Acenaphthene 127.3 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Acenaphthylene 7.3 U110 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Acetophenone 110 U7.3 0.86 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Anthracene 21220 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Atrazine 220 U110 13 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzaldehyde 110 U7.3 0.69 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzo[a]anthracene 1307.3 0.70 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzo[a]pyrene 2007.3 0.65 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene 3307.3 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 2307.3 0.75 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene 82110 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 110 U110 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 110 U110 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 110 U77 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 100 B77 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Butyl benzyl phthalate 77 U360 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Caprolactam 360 U55 30 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Carbazole 55 U7.3 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Chrysene 1807.3 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 6055 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Dibenzofuran 12 J77 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Diethyl phthalate 77 U77 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Dimethyl phthalate 77 U77 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Di-n-butyl phthalate 21 J77 8.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Di-n-octyl phthalate 77 UTestAmerica CantonPage 28 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-7Client Sample ID: BW6 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:22Percent Solids: 89.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 220 7.3 0.61 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier7.3 0.58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Fluorene 7.3 U7.3 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Hexachlorobenzene 7.3 U55 6.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Hexachlorobutadiene 55 U360 8.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 360 U55 9.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Hexachloroethane 55 U7.3 0.39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 16055 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Isophorone 55 U7.3 0.90 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Naphthalene 22110 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Nitrobenzene 110 U55 6.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 55 U55 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 55 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Pentachlorophenol 170 U7.3 0.80 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Phenanthrene 12055 8.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Phenol 55 U7.3 0.48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Pyrene 1902,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 80 10 - 110 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 81 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 124 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 75 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 124 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 74 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 120 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 78 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 126 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 87 03/25/14 08:44 03/31/14 17:58 136 - 110Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 98 15 - 110 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 76 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 61 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 73 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 60 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 105 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 17:10 138 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 29 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-7Client Sample ID: BW6 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:22Percent Solids: 89.8Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 4600 16 7.7 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.80 0.31 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Antimony 0.51 J0.80 0.24 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Arsenic 6.816 0.096 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Barium 270.40 0.034 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Beryllium 0.25 J0.16 0.029 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Cadmium 1.9400 23 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Calcium 280000.40 0.16 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Chromium 194.0 0.13 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Cobalt 3.3 J2.0 0.59 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Copper 218.0 3.9 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Iron 150000.24 0.15 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Lead 14400 5.2 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Magnesium 63001.2 0.13 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Manganese 2203.2 0.43 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Nickel 14400 5.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Potassium 6600.40 0.36 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Selenium 0.830.40 0.080 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Silver 0.40 U400 53 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Sodium 4900.80 0.44 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Thallium 0.80 U4.0 0.17 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Vanadium 151.6 0.80 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/26/14 18:51 1Zinc 34Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0053 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Barium 0.22 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Cadmium 0.0075 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Chromium 0.0030 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Lead 0.50 U0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Selenium 0.0064 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:22 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.017 J 0.11 0.016 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:29 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 30 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-8Client Sample ID: BW6 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:40Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 19:17 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 90 80 - 121 03/31/14 19:17 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 88 03/31/14 19:17 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 91 03/31/14 19:17 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 99 03/31/14 19:17 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 31 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35316-9Client Sample ID: BW6 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:42Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 83 15 - 110 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 74 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 18 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 77 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 64 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 90 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 13:25 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0047 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Barium 0.53 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Cadmium 0.0020 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Chromium 0.0026 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Lead 0.50 U0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Selenium 0.0069 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 11:27 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:36 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 32 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (58-123) (52-136) (37-132) (67-125)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL111 80 95 90240-35316-3Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW5 4-688 80 107 95240-35316-6 BW6 1-291 83 94 90LCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample79 87 100 98LCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample83 81 106 92MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank96 81 91 90MB 240-124052/6 Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL84 90 91 100LCS 240-124658/4Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control SampleSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL88 85 88 99240-35316-3Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW5 4-690 88 91 99240-35316-8 BW6 6-884 85 89 97LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH70 74 72 70 74 83240-35316-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW5 1-2TestAmerica CantonPage 33 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH22 17 X 26 19 X 24 X 18 X240-35316-5Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW5 10-1166 67 57 6259 83240-35316-6 BW6 1-280 81 75 7874 87240-35316-7 BW6 4-685 75 73 7471 93LCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample75 74 74 7671 93MB 240-123851/23-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH86 80 32 85 66 88LCS 240-124411/21-APercent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control Sample95 78 61 5273 100LCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample77 74 32 6882 89MB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank77 66 54 4663 92MB 240-124983/6-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH92 81 70 77 60 102240-35316-2Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW5 2-5103 89 70 5885 106240-35316-2 MS BW5 2-557 72 43 6779 81240-35316-4 BW5 6-998 76 61 6073 105240-35316-7 BW6 4-683 74 18 6477 90240-35316-9 BW6 6-8Surrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 34 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioPHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 35 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 123823RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylcyclohexane5.0 U 0.675.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylene Chloride5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Xylenes, TotalTestAmerica CantonPage 36 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 1238231,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 83 58 - 123 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 04:01Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136106 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13292 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethene0.509 J 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MethylcyclohexaneTestAmerica CantonPage 37 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052RL MDLMethylene Chloride 5.0 U 5.0 0.67 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Xylenes, Total1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 96 58 - 123 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/26/14 13:00 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13691 03/26/14 13:00 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1240521,1,1-Trichloroethane 50.0 55.3 ug/Kg 111 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 50.0 50.5 ug/Kg 101 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane50.0 51.7 ug/Kg 103 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 50.0 53.2 ug/Kg 106 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 50.0 52.2 ug/Kg 104 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 50.0 51.2 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 50.0 47.7 ug/Kg 95 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 50.0 48.4 ug/Kg 97 80 - 1201,3-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 49.6 ug/Kg 99 78 - 1201,4-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 47.5 ug/Kg 95 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 100 91.0 ug/Kg 91 52 - 1312-Hexanone 100 89.1 ug/Kg 89 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 100 96.0 ug/Kg 96 67 - 135Acetone 100 98.3 ug/Kg 98 41 - 137Benzene 50.0 50.4 ug/Kg 101 79 - 120Bromoform 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 62 - 133Bromomethane 50.0 62.1 ug/Kg 124 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 50.0 55.2 ug/Kg 110 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 50.0 60.8 ug/Kg 122 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 78 - 120Chloroethane 50.0 45.4 ug/Kg 91 58 - 120Chloroform 50.0 52.4 ug/Kg 105 77 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 38 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Chloromethane 50.0 42.6 ug/Kg 85 50 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitscis-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 50.8 ug/Kg 102 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 51.3 ug/Kg 103 74 - 128Cyclohexane 50.0 54.5 ug/Kg 109 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 50.0 51.4 ug/Kg 103 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 50.0 36.6 ug/Kg 73 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 50.0 52.5 ug/Kg 105 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 50.0 55.8 ug/Kg 112 76 - 122Methyl acetate 250 244 ug/Kg 97 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 70 - 126Methylene Chloride 50.0 56.1 ug/Kg 112 75 - 120m-Xylene & p-Xylene 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 80 - 120o-Xylene 50.0 52.7 ug/Kg 105 80 - 120Styrene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 79 - 120Toluene 50.0 48.7 ug/Kg 97 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 52.3 ug/Kg 105 73 - 131Trichloroethene 50.0 57.1 ug/Kg 114 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 100 104 ug/Kg 104 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery834-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13694Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1241251,1,1-Trichloroethane 25.0 26.8 ug/Kg 107 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 25.0 22.5 ug/Kg 90 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane25.0 31.6 ug/Kg 127 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 25.0 25.5 ug/Kg 102 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 25.0 25.6 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.1 ug/Kg 101 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 25.0 21.0 ug/Kg 84 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 25.0 23.5 ug/Kg 94 80 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 39 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1241251,3-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 104 78 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,4-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 24.5 ug/Kg 98 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 52 - 1312-Hexanone 50.0 42.8 ug/Kg 86 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 67 - 135Acetone 50.0 41.2 ug/Kg 82 41 - 137Benzene 25.0 25.8 ug/Kg 103 79 - 120Bromoform 25.0 26.4 ug/Kg 106 62 - 133Bromomethane 25.0 23.8 ug/Kg 95 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 25.0 27.0 ug/Kg 108 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 78 - 120Chloroethane 25.0 21.4 ug/Kg 86 58 - 120Chloroform 25.0 24.1 ug/Kg 96 77 - 120Chloromethane 25.0 18.1 ug/Kg 73 50 - 120cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 24.4 ug/Kg 98 74 - 128Cyclohexane 25.0 25.4 ug/Kg 101 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 25.0 24.8 ug/Kg 99 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 25.0 15.2 ug/Kg 61 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 25.0 28.3 ug/Kg 113 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 25.0 28.6 ug/Kg 115 76 - 122Methyl acetate 125 97.1 ug/Kg 78 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 25.0 24.0 ug/Kg 96 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 25.0 26.5 ug/Kg 106 70 - 126Methylene Chloride 25.0 25.2 ug/Kg 101 75 - 120m-Xylene & p-Xylene 25.0 29.2 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120o-Xylene 25.0 29.3 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120Styrene 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 25.0 30.8 * ug/Kg 123 79 - 120Toluene 25.0 27.5 ug/Kg 110 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 30.2 * ug/Kg 121 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 103 73 - 131Trichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 25.0 27.1 ug/Kg 108 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 25.0 19.7 ug/Kg 79 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 50.0 58.5 ug/Kg 117 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate79LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery874-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136100Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13298Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125TestAmerica CantonPage 40 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124658/4Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1246581,1-Dichloroethene 1.00 0.886 mg/L 89 71 - 133AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,2-Dichloroethane 1.00 0.976 mg/L 98 80 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 2.00 1.93 mg/L 96 49 - 120Benzene 1.00 0.969 mg/L 97 80 - 120Carbon tetrachloride 1.00 0.988 mg/L 99 54 - 122Chlorobenzene 1.00 0.970 mg/L 97 80 - 120Chloroform 1.00 0.908 mg/L 91 80 - 123Tetrachloroethene 1.00 0.940 mg/L 94 79 - 134Trichloroethene 1.00 0.962 mg/L 96 78 - 130Vinyl chloride 1.00 0.792 mg/L 79 56 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 80 - 121Surrogate84LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery904-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12491Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 128100Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 11,2-Dichloroethane0.25 U 0.0290.25 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 12-Butanone (MEK)0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Benzene0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Carbon tetrachloride0.025 U 0.00750.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chlorobenzene0.025 U 0.00800.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chloroform0.025 U 0.0150.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Tetrachloroethene0.025 U 0.00850.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Trichloroethene0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Vinyl chloride1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 84 80 - 121 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery85 03/31/14 16:13 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12489 03/31/14 16:13 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 12897 03/31/14 16:13 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 41 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDL2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 150 U 150 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acenaphthylene100 U 9.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Acetophenone6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether23.3 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dibenzofuran70 U 1670 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Dimethyl phthalate70 U 1570 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Di-n-octyl phthalateTestAmerica CantonPage 42 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123851/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 123851RL MDLFluoranthene 6.7 U 6.7 0.55 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 75 10 - 110 03/27/14 11:09 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 08:44Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery74 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11074 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11071 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11076 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11093 03/25/14 08:44 03/27/14 11:09 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238511,1'-Biphenyl 667 511 ug/Kg 77 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 564 ug/Kg 85 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 555 ug/Kg 83 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 515 ug/Kg 77 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 522 ug/Kg 78 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 515 ug/Kg 39 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 580 ug/Kg 87 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 560 ug/Kg 84 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 501 ug/Kg 75 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 500 ug/Kg 75 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 494 ug/Kg 74 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 582 ug/Kg 87 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 528 ug/Kg 79 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 523 ug/Kg 78 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 939 ug/Kg 70 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 512 ug/Kg 77 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 724 ug/Kg 54 10 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 43 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238514-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 524 ug/Kg 79 39 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 553 ug/Kg 83 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 400 ug/Kg 60 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 547 ug/Kg 82 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 559 ug/Kg 84 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1230 ug/Kg 92 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 517 ug/Kg 78 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 500 ug/Kg 75 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 483 ug/Kg 72 40 - 110Anthracene 667 550 ug/Kg 82 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1240 ug/Kg 93 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1080 ug/Kg 81 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 547 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 528 ug/Kg 79 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 543 ug/Kg 81 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 566 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 528 ug/Kg 79 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 515 ug/Kg 77 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 500 ug/Kg 75 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 483 ug/Kg 72 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 534 ug/Kg 80 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 569 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1130 ug/Kg 85 44 - 114Carbazole 667 548 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Chrysene 667 510 ug/Kg 77 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 521 ug/Kg 78 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 524 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 566 ug/Kg 85 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 552 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 612 ug/Kg 92 51 - 110Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 498 ug/Kg 75 48 - 110Fluoranthene 667 569 ug/Kg 85 51 - 110Fluorene 667 538 ug/Kg 81 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 529 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 490 ug/Kg 73 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 399 ug/Kg 60 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 494 ug/Kg 74 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 511 ug/Kg 77 50 - 110Isophorone 667 495 ug/Kg 74 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 490 ug/Kg 73 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 516 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 1070 ug/Kg 80 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 837 ug/Kg 63 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 539 ug/Kg 81 49 - 110Phenol 667 510 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110Pyrene 667 544 ug/Kg 82 49 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 44 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123851/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190 Prep Batch: 1238512,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate85LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery752-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110732-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11071Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11074Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11093Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124411/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718 Prep Batch: 124411RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 15 - 110 04/01/14 09:45 1MB MBSurrogate03/28/14 11:03Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery74 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11032 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11082 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11068 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11089 03/28/14 11:03 04/01/14 09:45 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124411/21-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718 Prep Batch: 1244111,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0506 mg/L 63 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0654 mg/L 82 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0649 mg/L 81 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0734 mg/L 92 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0641 mg/L 80 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0616 mg/L 77 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0651 mg/L 81 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0599 mg/L 75 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0537 mg/L 67 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0506 mg/L 63 34 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 45 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124411/21-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718 Prep Batch: 124411Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0708 mg/L 89 43 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsPentachlorophenol 0.160 0.110 mg/L 69 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate86LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery802-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110322-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11085Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11066Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11088Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124983/6-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 124983RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 77 15 - 110 04/03/14 14:14 1MB MBSurrogate04/02/14 13:47Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery66 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11054 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11063 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11046 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11092 04/02/14 13:47 04/03/14 14:14 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124983/7-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1249831,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0581 mg/L 73 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0732 mg/L 92 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0733 mg/L 92 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0795 mg/L 99 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0573 mg/L 72 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0541 mg/L 68 34 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 46 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124983/7-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1249833 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0577 mg/L 72 38 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsHexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0695 mg/L 87 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0620 mg/L 78 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0593 mg/L 74 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0626 mg/L 78 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.142 mg/L 89 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate95LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery782-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110612-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11073Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11052Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110100Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: BW5 2-5Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-2 MSMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1249831,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0800 0.0691 mg/L 86 18 - 110AnalyteMS MSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0791 mg/L 99 26 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0810 mg/L 101 16 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0828 mg/L 104 26 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0040 U 0.0800 0.0678 mg/L 85 29 - 110Pyridine 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0642 mg/L 80 15 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U 0.0800 0.0674 mg/L 84 27 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0729 mg/L 91 34 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0746 mg/L 93 26 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.020 U 0.0800 0.0690 mg/L 86 20 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0800 0.0735 mg/L 92 33 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U 0.160 0.150 mg/L 94 10 - 1312,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate103MS MSQualifier Limits%Recovery892-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110702-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11085Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11058Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110106Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 47 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123759/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759RL MDLAluminum 20 U 20 9.6 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier1.0 U 0.391.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Antimony1.0 U 0.301.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Arsenic20 U 0.1220 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Barium0.50 U 0.0430.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Beryllium0.20 U 0.0360.20 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Cadmium500 U 29500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Calcium0.50 U 0.200.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Chromium5.0 U 0.165.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Cobalt2.5 U 0.742.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Copper10 U 4.910 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Iron0.30 U 0.190.30 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Lead500 U 6.5500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Magnesium1.5 U 0.161.5 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Manganese4.0 U 0.544.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Nickel500 U 6.2500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Potassium0.50 U 0.450.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Selenium0.50 U 0.100.50 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Silver500 U 66500 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Sodium1.0 U 0.551.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Thallium5.0 U 0.215.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1Vanadium2.0 U 1.02.0 mg/Kg 03/24/14 13:34 03/25/14 13:55 1ZincClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123759/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Aluminum 200 191 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsAntimony 50.0 42.8 mg/Kg 86 80 - 120Arsenic 200 177 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Barium 200 184 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Beryllium 5.00 4.39 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Cadmium 5.00 4.43 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Calcium 5000 4400 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Chromium 20.0 18.2 mg/Kg 91 80 - 120Cobalt 50.0 44.1 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120Copper 25.0 22.7 mg/Kg 91 80 - 120Iron 100 109 mg/Kg 109 80 - 120Lead 50.0 43.6 mg/Kg 87 80 - 120Magnesium 5000 4330 mg/Kg 87 80 - 120Manganese 50.0 46.1 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Nickel 50.0 44.3 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Potassium 5000 4440 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Selenium 200 179 mg/Kg 89 80 - 120Silver 5.00 4.74 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120Sodium 5000 4480 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Thallium 200 180 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 48 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123759/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Vanadium 50.0 43.9 mg/Kg 88 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsZinc 50.0 46.9 mg/Kg 94 80 - 120Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1 MSMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Aluminum 4000 187 5280 4 mg/Kg 707 75 - 125AnalyteMS MSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.LimitsAntimony 0.69 J 46.7 26.3 F1 mg/Kg 55 75 - 125Arsenic 11 187 190 mg/Kg 96 75 - 125Barium 32 187 210 mg/Kg 95 75 - 125Beryllium 0.27 J 4.67 4.30 mg/Kg 86 75 - 125Cadmium 0.53 4.67 4.94 mg/Kg 94 75 - 125Calcium 36000 4670 26400 4 mg/Kg -205 75 - 125Chromium 19 18.7 34.2 mg/Kg 80 75 - 125Cobalt 5.2 46.7 49.9 mg/Kg 96 75 - 125Copper 40 23.4 68.7 mg/Kg 123 75 - 125Iron 22000 93.5 23300 4 mg/Kg 1160 75 - 125Lead 25 46.7 78.6 mg/Kg 114 75 - 125Magnesium 11000 4670 12300 F1 mg/Kg 17 75 - 125Manganese 370 46.7 365 4 mg/Kg -3 75 - 125Nickel 44 46.7 84.4 mg/Kg 86 75 - 125Potassium 730 4670 4950 mg/Kg 90 75 - 125Selenium 0.47 U 187 173 mg/Kg 92 75 - 125Silver 0.47 U 4.67 4.43 mg/Kg 95 75 - 125Sodium 77 J 4670 4430 mg/Kg 93 75 - 125Thallium 0.93 U 187 172 mg/Kg 92 75 - 125Vanadium 14 46.7 55.4 mg/Kg 88 75 - 125Zinc 71 46.7 125 mg/Kg 117 75 - 125Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1 MSDMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Aluminum 4000 187 5320 4 mg/Kg 729 75 - 125 1 20AnalyteMSD MSDDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.Limits LimitRPDRPDAntimony 0.69 J 46.7 22.8 F1 mg/Kg 47 75 - 125 14 20Arsenic 11 187 171 mg/Kg 86 75 - 125 11 20Barium 32 187 194 mg/Kg 87 75 - 125 8 20Beryllium 0.27 J 4.67 4.05 mg/Kg 81 75 - 125 6 20Cadmium 0.53 4.67 4.50 mg/Kg 85 75 - 125 9 20Calcium 36000 4670 36300 4 F2 mg/Kg 6 75 - 125 32 20Chromium 19 18.7 30.7 F1 mg/Kg 61 75 - 125 11 20Cobalt 5.2 46.7 48.2 mg/Kg 92 75 - 125 4 20Copper 40 23.4 60.6 mg/Kg 88 75 - 125 13 20Iron 22000 93.5 21700 4 mg/Kg -533 75 - 125 7 20Lead 25 46.7 59.7 F1 F2 mg/Kg 73 75 - 125 27 20Magnesium 11000 4670 16200 F2 mg/Kg 101 75 - 125 28 20TestAmerica CantonPage 49 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: BW5 1-2Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1 MSDMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034 Prep Batch: 123759Manganese 370 46.7 380 4 mg/Kg 29 75 - 125 4 20AnalyteMSD MSDDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.Limits LimitRPDRPDNickel 44 46.7 76.7 F1 mg/Kg 69 75 - 125 10 20Potassium 730 4670 4870 mg/Kg 89 75 - 125 2 20Selenium 0.47 U 187 160 mg/Kg 85 75 - 125 8 20Silver 0.47 U 4.67 4.13 mg/Kg 88 75 - 125 7 20Sodium 77 J 4670 4090 mg/Kg 86 75 - 125 8 20Thallium 0.93 U 187 164 mg/Kg 88 75 - 125 4 20Vanadium 14 46.7 53.9 mg/Kg 85 75 - 125 3 20Zinc 71 46.7 121 mg/Kg 107 75 - 125 4 20Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124402/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.000947 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:21 1SilverClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124402/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402Arsenic 2.00 1.97 mg/L 98 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsBarium 2.00 1.86 J mg/L 93 50 - 150Cadmium 0.0500 0.0499 J mg/L 100 50 - 150Chromium 0.200 0.183 J mg/L 91 50 - 150Lead 0.500 0.423 J mg/L 85 50 - 150Selenium 2.00 2.13 mg/L 106 50 - 150Silver 0.0500 0.0517 J mg/L 103 50 - 150Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124371/1-CMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124634 Prep Batch: 124402RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.00176 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/28/14 10:27 03/31/14 08:17 1SilverTestAmerica CantonPage 50 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124406/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:12 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124406/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406Mercury 0.00500 0.00472 mg/L 94 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124371/1-DMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124650 Prep Batch: 124406RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/28/14 14:45 03/31/14 12:11 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123765/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.015 mg/Kg 03/24/14 16:00 03/25/14 15:07 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123765/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765Mercury 0.833 0.855 mg/Kg 103 73 - 121AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: BW5 1-2Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1 MSMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765Mercury 0.051 J 0.193 0.283 mg/Kg 120 11 - 192AnalyteMS MSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: BW5 1-2Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1 MSDMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972 Prep Batch: 123765Mercury 0.051 J 0.193 0.278 mg/Kg 118 11 - 192 2 20AnalyteMSD MSDDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAddedSampleResultSampleQualifier%Rec.Limits LimitRPDRPDTestAmerica CantonPage 51 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS VOAPrep Batch: 123823Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5035240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 Total/NASolid 5035240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 5035MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260BMB 240-124052/6 Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260B 123823MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124562Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-8 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 124562240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35316-8 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPSolid 8260BLCS 240-124658/4 Lab Control Sample Total/NAGC/MS Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123851Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-123851/23-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124190Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123851240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 8270C 123851LCS 240-123851/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 123851MB 240-123851/23-A Method Blank Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 52 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS Semi VOA (Continued)Leach Batch: 124371Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-2 MS BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPPrep Batch: 124411Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124371240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124411/21-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124557Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123851240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124718Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124411240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 8270C 124411LCS 240-124411/21-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124411MB 240-124411/20-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124983Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124371240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35316-2 MS BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 3520C 124371240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-124983/6-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124983240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 8270C 124983240-35316-2 MS BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 8270C 124983240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 8270C 124983LCS 240-124983/7-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124983MB 240-124983/6-A Method Blank Total/NAMetalsPrep Batch: 123759Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35316-1 MS BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35316-1 MSD BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 53 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 123759 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050BLCS 240-123759/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3050BMB 240-123759/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 123765Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35316-1 MS BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35316-1 MSD BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471ALCS 240-123765/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471AMB 240-123765/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 123972Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A 123765240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35316-1 MS BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35316-1 MSD BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471A 123765LCS 240-123765/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471A 123765MB 240-123765/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124034Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35316-1 MS BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35316-1 MSD BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759LCS 240-123759/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 123759MB 240-123759/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124159Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid 6010B 123759240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 123759240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NALeach Batch: 124371Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 54 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 124402Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3010A 124371240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 3010A 124371LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 3010ALCS 240-124402/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3010AMB 240-124402/2-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124406Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124371240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124371LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470ALCS 240-124406/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470AMB 240-124406/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124634Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124402240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 6010B 124402LB 240-124371/1-C Method Blank TCLPSolid 6010B 124402LCS 240-124402/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124402MB 240-124402/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124650Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124406240-35316-2 BW5 2-5 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35316-4 BW5 6-9 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406240-35316-9 BW6 6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124406LB 240-124371/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470A 124406LCS 240-124406/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470A 124406MB 240-124406/2-A Method Blank Total/NAGeneral ChemistryAnalysis Batch: 123573Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid Moisture240-35316-1 BW5 1-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35316-3 BW5 4-6 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35316-5 BW5 10-11 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35316-6 BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35316-6 DU BW6 1-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35316-7 BW6 4-6 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 55 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW5 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-1Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:15Percent Solids: 90.7Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 08:44 MPM123851 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2 124190 03/27/14 20:54 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124034 03/25/14 14:03 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:11 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:46 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW5 2-5 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:18Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124983 04/02/14 13:47 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 125096 04/03/14 16:20 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:14 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:52 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW5 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-3Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:20Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 18:54 RJQ TAL CANTCLPPrep 5035 123823 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 17:18 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:46 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW5 6-9 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:25Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 12:36 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 56 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW5 6-9 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:25Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3010A 03/28/14 10:27 LPM124402 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:18 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:33 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW5 10-11 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 14:30Percent Solids: 43.6Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 08:44 MPM123851 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 5 124190 03/27/14 20:29 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 18:35 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:24 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:46 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW6 1-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:15Percent Solids: 89.5Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/21/14 17:00 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124125 03/27/14 05:00 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123851 03/25/14 08:44 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 1 124190 03/27/14 20:03 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 18:39 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 15:15 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:27 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:46 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW6 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-7Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:22Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124983 04/02/14 13:47 CSC TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 57 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW6 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-7Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:22Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Analysis 8270C 04/03/14 17:10 JMG1 125096 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3540C 123851 03/25/14 08:44 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 1 124557 03/31/14 17:58 JMG TAL CANTotal/NALeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:22 KLC TAL CANTCLPPrep 3050B 123759 03/24/14 13:34 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124159 03/26/14 18:51 RKT TAL CANTotal/NALeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:35 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPPrep 7471A 123765 03/24/14 16:00 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 123972 03/25/14 15:29 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123573 03/22/14 14:46 BLW TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW6 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:40Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 19:17 RJQ TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW6 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35316-9Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/20/14 15:42Date Received: 03/21/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ124371 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124411 03/28/14 11:03 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124718 04/01/14 13:25 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124402 03/28/14 10:27 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124634 03/31/14 11:27 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124371 03/27/14 16:55 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124406 03/28/14 14:45 LPM TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124650 03/31/14 12:36 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPLaboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 58 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Certification SummaryClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35316-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLaboratory: TestAmerica CantonAll certifications held by this laboratory are listed. Not all certifications are applicable to this report.Authority Program EPA Region Certification ID Expiration DateCalifornia 01144CA9NELAP 06-30-14Connecticut State Program 1 PH-0590 12-31-14Florida NELAP 4 E87225 06-30-14Georgia State Program 4 N/A 06-30-14Illinois NELAP 5 200004 07-31-14Kansas NELAP 7 E-10336 03-31-14 *Kentucky (UST) State Program 4 58 06-30-14L-A-B DoD ELAP L2315 07-18-16Minnesota NELAP 5 039-999-348 12-31-14Nevada State Program 9 OH-000482008A 07-31-14New Jersey NELAP 2 OH001 06-30-14New York NELAP 2 10975 03-31-14 *Ohio VAP State Program 5 CL0024 10-31-15Pennsylvania NELAP 3 68-00340 08-31-14Texas NELAP 6 08-31-14USDA Federal P330-13-00319 11-26-16Virginia NELAP 3 460175 09-14-14Washington State Program 10 C971 01-12-15West Virginia DEP State Program 3 210 12-31-14Wisconsin State Program 5 999518190 08-31-14TestAmerica Canton* Expired certification is currently pending renewal and is considered valid.Page 59 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 60 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 61 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 62 of 62 4/4/20141234567891011121314Appendix G Soil analytical results for borings BW-7 and BW-8 ANALYTICAL REPORTTestAmerica Laboratories, Inc.TestAmerica Canton4101 Shuffel Street NWNorth Canton, OH 44720Tel: (330)497-9396TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client Project/Site: Lancaster OhioFor:Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.98 County Line Road WestSuite CWesterville, Ohio 43082Attn: Ms. Linda AllerAuthorized for release by:4/4/2014 10:46:30 AMMark Loeb, Project Manager II(330)966-9387mark.loeb@testamericainc.comThis report has been electronically signed and authorized by the signatory. Electronic signature isintended to be the legally binding equivalent of a traditionally handwritten signature.Results relate only to the items tested and the sample(s) as received by the laboratory.1234567891011121314https://secure.testamericainc.com/TotalAccess/login.aspxhttp://www.testamericainc.com/AskTheExpert/Expert_index.htmhttp://www.testamericainc.commailto:mark.loeb@testamericainc.comTable of ContentsClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Page 2 of 63TestAmerica Canton4/4/2014Cover Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Definitions/Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Case Narrative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Method Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Sample Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Detection Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Client Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Surrogate Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33QC Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36QC Association Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53Lab Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57Certification Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Chain of Custody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611234567891011121314Definitions/GlossaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioQualifiersGC/MS VOAQualifier DescriptionH Sample was prepped or analyzed beyond the specified holding timeQualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.J Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.GC/MS Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.X Surrogate is outside control limitsB Compound was found in the blank and sample.MetalsQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierB Compound was found in the blank and sample.U Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.GlossaryThese commonly used abbreviations may or may not be present in this report. Listed under the "D" column to designate that the result is reported on a dry weight basisAbbreviation%R Percent RecoveryCNF Contains no Free LiquidDER Duplicate error ratio (normalized absolute difference)Dil Fac Dilution FactorDL, RA, RE, IN Indicates a Dilution, Re-analysis, Re-extraction, or additional Initial metals/anion analysis of the sampleDLC Decision level concentrationMDA Minimum detectable activityEDL Estimated Detection LimitMDC Minimum detectable concentrationMDL Method Detection LimitML Minimum Level (Dioxin)NC Not CalculatedND Not detected at the reporting limit (or MDL or EDL if shown)PQL Practical Quantitation LimitQC Quality ControlRER Relative error ratioRL Reporting Limit or Requested Limit (Radiochemistry)RPD Relative Percent Difference, a measure of the relative difference between two pointsTEF Toxicity Equivalent Factor (Dioxin)TEQ Toxicity Equivalent Quotient (Dioxin)TestAmerica CantonPage 3 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35338-1Laboratory: TestAmerica CantonNarrativeCASE NARRATIVEClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project: Lancaster OhioReport Number: 240-35338-1With the exceptions noted as flags or footnotes, standard analytical protocols were followed in the analysis of the samples and no problems were encountered or anomalies observed. In addition all laboratory quality control samples were within established control limits, with any exceptions noted below. Each sample was analyzed to achieve the lowest possible reporting limit within the constraints of the method. In some cases, due to interference or analytes present at high concentrations, samples were diluted. For diluted samples, the reporting limits are adjusted relative to the dilution required.TestAmerica Canton attests to the validity of the laboratory data generated by TestAmerica facilities reported herein. All analyses performed by TestAmerica facilities were done using established laboratory SOPs that incorporate QA/QC procedures described in the application methods. TestAmericas operations groups have reviewed the data for compliance with the laboratory QA/QC plan, and data have been found to be compliant with laboratory protocols unless otherwise noted below.The test results in this report meet all NELAP requirements for parameters for which accreditation is required or available. Any exceptions to NELAP requirements are noted in this report. Pursuant to NELAP, this report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the laboratory.Calculations are performed before rounding to avoid round-off errors in calculated results.All holding times were met and proper preservation noted for the methods performed on these samples, unless otherwise detailed in the individual sections below.All solid sample results are reported on an "as received" basis unless otherwise indicated by the presence of a % solids value in the method header.This laboratory report is confidential and is intended for the sole use of TestAmerica and its client.RECEIPTThe samples were received on 3/24/2014 9:45 AM; the samples arrived in good condition, properly preserved and, where required, on ice. The temperature of the cooler at receipt was 3.8 C.TCLP VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW7 4-6 (240-35338-3) and BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6) were analyzed for TCLP volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8260B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1) and BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and analyzed on 03/26/2014. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene was detected in method blank MB 240-124052/6 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.The following samples were received with insufficient time remaining to freeze within 48 hours, as required for samples collected in water preserved TerraCores: BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1), BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7). Samples were received on 3/24/14 and placed in the freezer at TestAmerica CantonPage 4 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35338-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)13:45. No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW7 4-6 (240-35338-2), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 0.5 -2 (240-35338-5) and BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6) were analyzed for TCLP semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8270C. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and analyzed on 04/02/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) failed the surrogate recovery criteria high for BW7 4-6 (240-35338-2) and BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6). 6 surrogates are used for this analysis. The laboratory's SOP allows 1 of these surrogates to be outside acceptance criteria without performing re-extraction/re-analysis. The following sample(s) contained an allowable number of surrogate compounds outside limits: BW7 4-6 (240-35338-2), BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6). These results have been reported and qualified.Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 124303.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7) and BW8 6-8 (240-35338-8) were analyzed for semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8270C. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014, 03/26/2014 and 03/27/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014, 03/28/2014 and 03/30/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, Diethyl phthalate and Di-n-butyl phthalate were detected in method blank MB 240-123875/23-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate and Di-n-butyl phthalate were detected in method blank MB 240-124042/19-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) failed the surrogate recovery criteria high for BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4). Refer to the QC report for details.Samples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1)[2X], BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4)[2X], BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7)[2X] and BW8 6-8 (240-35338-8)[2.5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP METALS (ICP)Samples BW7 4-6 (240-35338-2), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 0.5 -2 (240-35338-5) and BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6) were analyzed for TCLP metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/6010B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014. Barium and Selenium were detected in method blank LB 240-124505/1-D at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.TestAmerica CantonPage 5 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35338-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)Barium was detected in method blank MB 240-124584/2-A at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL METALS (ICP)Samples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7) and BW8 6-8 (240-35338-8) were analyzed for total metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. Barium and Potassium were detected in method blank MB 240-124048/1-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP MERCURYSamples BW7 4-6 (240-35338-2), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 0.5 -2 (240-35338-5) and BW8 2-4 (240-35338-6) were analyzed for TCLP mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/7470A. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL MERCURYSamples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7) and BW8 6-8 (240-35338-8) were analyzed for total mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 7471A. The samples were prepared on 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.PERCENT SOLIDSSamples BW7 2-4 (240-35338-1), BW7 6-8 (240-35338-4), BW8 4-6 (240-35338-7) and BW8 6-8 (240-35338-8) were analyzed for percent solids in accordance with EPA Method 160.3 MOD. The samples were analyzed on 03/24/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the % solids analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 6 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Method SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod Method Description LaboratoryProtocolSW8468260B Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468270C Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8466010B Metals (ICP) TAL CANSW8467470A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANSW8467471A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANEPAMoisture Percent Moisture TAL CANProtocol References:EPA = US Environmental Protection AgencySW846 = "Test Methods For Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", Third Edition, November 1986 And Its Updates.Laboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 7 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Sample SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID Client Sample ID ReceivedCollectedMatrix240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Solid 03/21/14 08:15 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 Solid 03/21/14 08:17 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-3 BW7 4-6 Solid 03/21/14 08:19 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Solid 03/21/14 08:20 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 Solid 03/21/14 09:00 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 Solid 03/21/14 09:04 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Solid 03/21/14 09:07 03/24/14 09:45240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Solid 03/21/14 09:10 03/24/14 09:45TestAmerica CantonPage 8 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW7 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-12-Butanone (MEK)RL11 ug/KgMDL0.80Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J H0.85 8260B1,1'-Biphenyl 110 ug/Kg7.9 Total/NA236 J 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.1 Total/NA2120 8270CAcenaphthene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2400 8270CAcenaphthylene 15 ug/Kg0.79 Total/NA216 8270CAcetophenone 230 ug/Kg21 Total/NA227 J 8270CAnthracene 15 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA290 8270CBenzaldehyde 230 ug/Kg27 Total/NA236 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA2810 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA21600 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA21900 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 15 ug/Kg0.79 Total/NA21700 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2740 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 160 ug/Kg43 Total/NA243 J 8270CChrysene 15 ug/Kg2.5 Total/NA2990 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2380 8270CDibenzofuran 110 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA284 J 8270CFluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA2820 8270CFluorene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA280 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 15 ug/Kg0.79 Total/NA21200 8270CNaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2130 8270CPhenanthrene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2510 8270CPhenol 110 ug/Kg17 Total/NA260 J 8270CPyrene 15 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2870 8270CAluminum 18 mg/Kg8.7 Total/NA15700 6010BAntimony 0.91 mg/Kg0.35 Total/NA10.39 J 6010BArsenic 0.91 mg/Kg0.27 Total/NA17.1 6010BBarium 18 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA157 B 6010BBeryllium 0.45 mg/Kg0.039 Total/NA10.26 J 6010BCadmium 0.18 mg/Kg0.033 Total/NA10.41 6010BCalcium 450 mg/Kg26 Total/NA15800 6010BChromium 0.45 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA126 6010BCobalt 4.5 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA13.4 J 6010BCopper 2.3 mg/Kg0.67 Total/NA196 6010BIron 9.1 mg/Kg4.5 Total/NA122000 6010BLead 0.27 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA144 6010BMagnesium 450 mg/Kg5.9 Total/NA11600 6010BManganese 1.4 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA1450 6010BNickel 3.6 mg/Kg0.49 Total/NA134 6010BPotassium 450 mg/Kg5.6 Total/NA1530 B 6010BSelenium 0.45 mg/Kg0.41 Total/NA10.62 6010BSodium 450 mg/Kg60 Total/NA1810 6010BVanadium 4.5 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA110 6010BZinc 1.8 mg/Kg0.91 Total/NA1100 6010BMercury 0.11 mg/Kg0.017 Total/NA10.069 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW7 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-2ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0044 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 9 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW7 4-6 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-2BariumRL10 mg/LMDL0.00067Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J B0.85 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.014 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0092 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP12.2 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0074 J B 6010BClient Sample ID: BW7 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-3 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW7 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-41,1'-BiphenylRL110 ug/KgMDL7.8Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2J49 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.1 Total/NA2550 8270CAcenaphthene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2190 8270CAcenaphthylene 15 ug/Kg0.78 Total/NA224 8270CAcetophenone 220 ug/Kg21 Total/NA288 J 8270CAnthracene 15 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2110 8270CBenzaldehyde 220 ug/Kg27 Total/NA276 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA2690 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 15 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA21300 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA22100 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 15 ug/Kg0.78 Total/NA2510 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2540 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 160 ug/Kg42 Total/NA263 J B 8270CChrysene 15 ug/Kg2.5 Total/NA2790 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 15 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2140 8270CDibenzofuran 110 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2140 8270CFluoranthene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA2750 8270CFluorene 15 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA256 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 15 ug/Kg0.78 Total/NA2440 8270CNaphthalene 15 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2370 8270CPhenanthrene 15 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2630 8270CPyrene 15 ug/Kg0.98 Total/NA2810 8270CAluminum 20 mg/Kg9.7 Total/NA14500 6010BAntimony 1.0 mg/Kg0.40 Total/NA10.41 J 6010BArsenic 1.0 mg/Kg0.30 Total/NA19.2 6010BBarium 20 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA144 B 6010BBeryllium 0.51 mg/Kg0.044 Total/NA10.37 J 6010BCadmium 0.20 mg/Kg0.036 Total/NA10.33 6010BCalcium 510 mg/Kg29 Total/NA19100 6010BChromium 0.51 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA122 6010BCobalt 5.1 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA14.1 J 6010BCopper 2.5 mg/Kg0.75 Total/NA174 6010BIron 10 mg/Kg5.0 Total/NA128000 6010BLead 0.30 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA155 6010BMagnesium 510 mg/Kg6.6 Total/NA13000 6010BManganese 1.5 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA1380 6010BNickel 4.1 mg/Kg0.55 Total/NA137 6010BPotassium 510 mg/Kg6.3 Total/NA1490 J B 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 10 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW7 6-8 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-4SeleniumRL0.51 mg/KgMDL0.46Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA10.85 6010BSodium 510 mg/Kg67 Total/NA1610 6010BVanadium 5.1 mg/Kg0.21 Total/NA110 6010BZinc 2.0 mg/Kg1.0 Total/NA166 6010BArsenic 0.50 mg/L0.0032 TCLP10.0057 J 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.38 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0018 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.0047 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0049 J B 6010BMercury 0.11 mg/Kg0.017 Total/NA10.15 7471AClient Sample ID: BW8 0.5 -2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-5ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0033 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.66 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.024 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0040 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.011 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0084 J B 6010BClient Sample ID: BW8 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-6ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0056 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.98 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.015 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0075 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.075 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0045 J B 6010BClient Sample ID: BW8 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-71,1'-BiphenylRL120 ug/KgMDL8.3Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2J16 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 16 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA290 8270CAcenaphthene 16 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA273 8270CAcenaphthylene 16 ug/Kg0.83 Total/NA236 8270CAnthracene 16 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2120 8270CBenzaldehyde 240 ug/Kg28 Total/NA238 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 16 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2980 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 16 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA21200 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 16 ug/Kg1.4 Total/NA21700 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 16 ug/Kg0.83 Total/NA21200 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 16 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2660 8270CCarbazole 120 ug/Kg64 Total/NA2110 J 8270CChrysene 16 ug/Kg2.6 Total/NA21100 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 16 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2270 8270CDibenzofuran 120 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA239 J 8270CFluoranthene 16 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA21600 8270CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 11 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW8 4-6 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-7FluoreneRL16 ug/KgMDL1.3Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA239 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 16 ug/Kg0.83 Total/NA2910 8270CNaphthalene 16 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA283 8270CPhenanthrene 16 ug/Kg1.7 Total/NA2700 8270CPyrene 16 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA21500 8270CAluminum 23 mg/Kg11 Total/NA15600 6010BAntimony 1.2 mg/Kg0.45 Total/NA15.9 6010BArsenic 1.2 mg/Kg0.35 Total/NA1460 6010BBarium 23 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA1170 B 6010BBeryllium 0.58 mg/Kg0.050 Total/NA10.43 J 6010BCadmium 0.23 mg/Kg0.042 Total/NA14.1 6010BCalcium 580 mg/Kg34 Total/NA112000 6010BChromium 0.58 mg/Kg0.23 Total/NA123 6010BCobalt 5.8 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA18.1 6010BCopper 2.9 mg/Kg0.86 Total/NA156 6010BIron 12 mg/Kg5.7 Total/NA131000 6010BLead 0.35 mg/Kg0.22 Total/NA1260 6010BMagnesium 580 mg/Kg7.5 Total/NA13500 6010BManganese 1.7 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA1440 6010BNickel 4.6 mg/Kg0.63 Total/NA126 6010BPotassium 580 mg/Kg7.2 Total/NA1810 B 6010BSelenium 0.58 mg/Kg0.52 Total/NA19.4 6010BSilver 0.58 mg/Kg0.12 Total/NA10.63 6010BSodium 580 mg/Kg77 Total/NA1110 J 6010BVanadium 5.8 mg/Kg0.24 Total/NA118 6010BZinc 2.3 mg/Kg1.2 Total/NA1500 6010BMercury 0.12 mg/Kg0.017 Total/NA10.60 7471AClient Sample ID: BW8 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-81,1'-BiphenylRL150 ug/KgMDL10Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2.5J23 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 20 ug/Kg1.5 Total/NA2.5130 8270CAcenaphthene 20 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA2.589 8270CAcenaphthylene 20 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.539 8270CAnthracene 20 ug/Kg2.3 Total/NA2.5180 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 20 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2.51100 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 20 ug/Kg1.9 Total/NA2.51500 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 20 ug/Kg1.8 Total/NA2.52700 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 20 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.5600 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 20 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA2.5610 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 210 ug/Kg56 Total/NA2.564 J B 8270CCarbazole 150 ug/Kg80 Total/NA2.5120 J 8270CChrysene 20 ug/Kg3.3 Total/NA2.51300 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 20 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA2.5170 8270CDibenzofuran 150 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA2.565 J 8270CFluoranthene 20 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2.51800 8270CFluorene 20 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA2.557 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 20 ug/Kg1.0 Total/NA2.5510 8270CNaphthalene 20 ug/Kg2.4 Total/NA2.5150 8270CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 12 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW8 6-8 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-8PhenanthreneRL20 ug/KgMDL2.2Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA2.5930 8270CPyrene 20 ug/Kg1.3 Total/NA2.51800 8270CAluminum 17 mg/Kg8.4 Total/NA15300 6010BAntimony 0.87 mg/Kg0.34 Total/NA11.2 6010BArsenic 0.87 mg/Kg0.26 Total/NA123 6010BBarium 17 mg/Kg0.10 Total/NA1160 B 6010BBeryllium 0.44 mg/Kg0.038 Total/NA10.39 J 6010BCadmium 0.17 mg/Kg0.031 Total/NA13.3 6010BCalcium 440 mg/Kg25 Total/NA17900 6010BChromium 0.44 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA120 6010BCobalt 4.4 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA16.8 6010BCopper 2.2 mg/Kg0.65 Total/NA141 6010BIron 8.7 mg/Kg4.3 Total/NA122000 6010BLead 0.26 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA1230 6010BMagnesium 440 mg/Kg5.7 Total/NA12700 6010BManganese 1.3 mg/Kg0.14 Total/NA1380 6010BNickel 3.5 mg/Kg0.47 Total/NA128 6010BPotassium 440 mg/Kg5.4 Total/NA1740 B 6010BSelenium 0.44 mg/Kg0.39 Total/NA14.6 6010BSilver 0.44 mg/Kg0.087 Total/NA10.66 6010BSodium 440 mg/Kg58 Total/NA181 J 6010BVanadium 4.4 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA113 6010BZinc 1.7 mg/Kg0.87 Total/NA1300 6010BMercury 0.13 mg/Kg0.020 Total/NA10.54 7471ATestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 13 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-1Client Sample ID: BW7 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:15Percent Solids: 87.2Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.9 U H 2.9 0.32 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.74 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.9 U H2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 2.9 U H5.7 0.74 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 5.7 U H2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U H2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.39 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.9 U H2.9 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U H2.9 0.38 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.9 U H11 0.80 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.85 J H11 0.36 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 12-Hexanone 11 U H11 0.31 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 11 U H11 3.6 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Acetone 11 U H2.9 0.13 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Benzene 2.9 U H2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Bromoform 2.9 U H2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Bromomethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.25 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Carbon disulfide 2.9 U H2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.9 U H2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Chlorobenzene 2.9 U H2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.49 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Chloroethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.17 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Chloroform 2.9 U H2.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Chloromethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.9 U H2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.9 U H5.7 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Cyclohexane 5.7 U H2.9 0.16 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Ethylbenzene 2.9 U H2.9 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.9 U H2.9 0.091 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Isopropylbenzene 2.9 U H5.7 0.80 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Methyl acetate 5.7 U H2.9 0.25 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.9 U H5.7 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Methylcyclohexane 5.7 U H2.9 0.38 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Methylene Chloride 2.9 U H2.9 0.086 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Styrene 2.9 U H2.9 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Tetrachloroethene 2.9 U H2.9 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Toluene 2.9 U H2.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.9 U H2.9 0.31 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.9 U H2.9 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Trichloroethene 2.9 U H2.9 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.9 U H2.9 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Vinyl chloride 2.9 U H5.7 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Xylenes, Total 5.7 U HTestAmerica CantonPage 14 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-1Client Sample ID: BW7 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:15Percent Solids: 87.2Date Received: 03/24/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 104 58 - 123 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 94 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 86 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 93 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 22:40 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 36 J 110 7.9 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier340 57 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4,5-Trichlorophenol 340 U340 20 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4,6-Trichlorophenol 340 U340 45 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4-Dichlorophenol 340 U340 45 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4-Dimethylphenol 340 U750 48 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4-Dinitrophenol 750 U450 39 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,4-Dinitrotoluene 450 U450 48 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22,6-Dinitrotoluene 450 U110 1.0 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Chloronaphthalene 110 U110 19 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Chlorophenol 110 U15 1.1 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Methylnaphthalene 120450 25 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Methylphenol 450 U450 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Nitroaniline 450 U110 19 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 22-Nitrophenol 110 U910 45 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 23 & 4 Methylphenol 910 U230 41 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 23,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 230 U450 36 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 23-Nitroaniline 450 U340 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 340 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 110 U340 48 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Chloro-3-methylphenol 340 U340 39 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Chloroaniline 340 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 110 U450 59 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Nitroaniline 450 U750 39 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 24-Nitrophenol 750 U15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Acenaphthene 40015 0.79 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Acenaphthylene 16230 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Acetophenone 27 J15 1.8 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Anthracene 90450 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Atrazine 450 U230 27 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzaldehyde 36 J15 1.4 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzo[a]anthracene 81015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzo[a]pyrene 160015 1.3 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 190015 0.79 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 170015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Benzo[k]fluoranthene 740230 22 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 230 U230 50 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 230 U230 4.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 230 U160 43 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 43 J160 23 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Butyl benzyl phthalate 160 U750 84 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Caprolactam 750 U110 61 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Carbazole 110 U15 2.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Chrysene 990TestAmerica CantonPage 15 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-1Client Sample ID: BW7 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:15Percent Solids: 87.2Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 380 15 1.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier110 1.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Dibenzofuran 84 J160 36 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Diethyl phthalate 160 U160 39 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Dimethyl phthalate 160 U160 34 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Di-n-butyl phthalate 160 U160 18 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Di-n-octyl phthalate 160 U15 1.2 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Fluoranthene 82015 1.2 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Fluorene 8015 4.8 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Hexachlorobenzene 15 U110 13 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Hexachlorobutadiene 110 U750 18 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 750 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Hexachloroethane 110 U15 0.79 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 1200110 29 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Isophorone 110 U15 1.9 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Naphthalene 130230 5.0 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Nitrobenzene 230 U110 14 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 110 U110 48 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 110 U340 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Pentachlorophenol 340 U15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Phenanthrene 510110 17 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Phenol 60 J15 1.0 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Pyrene 8702,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 80 10 - 110 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 2Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 79 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 224 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 70 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 224 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 71 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 220 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 77 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 226 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 96 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 14:18 236 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 5700 18 8.7 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.91 0.35 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Antimony 0.39 J0.91 0.27 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Arsenic 7.118 0.11 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Barium 57 B0.45 0.039 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Beryllium 0.26 J0.18 0.033 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Cadmium 0.41450 26 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Calcium 58000.45 0.18 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Chromium 264.5 0.15 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Cobalt 3.4 J2.3 0.67 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Copper 969.1 4.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Iron 220000.27 0.17 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Lead 44450 5.9 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Magnesium 16001.4 0.15 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Manganese 4503.6 0.49 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Nickel 34450 5.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Potassium 530 B0.45 0.41 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Selenium 0.62TestAmerica CantonPage 16 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-1Client Sample ID: BW7 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:15Percent Solids: 87.2Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.45 U 0.45 0.091 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier450 60 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Sodium 8100.91 0.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Thallium 0.91 U4.5 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Vanadium 101.8 0.91 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:15 1Zinc 100Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.069 J 0.11 0.017 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:30 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 17 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-2Client Sample ID: BW7 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:17Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 107 15 - 110 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 87 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 69 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 84 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 85 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 113 X 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 18:36 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0044 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Barium 0.85 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Cadmium 0.014 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Chromium 0.0092 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Lead 2.20.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Selenium 0.0074 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:37 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:17 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 18 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-3Client Sample ID: BW7 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:19Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:13 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 90 80 - 121 03/31/14 21:13 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 89 03/31/14 21:13 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 90 03/31/14 21:13 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 101 03/31/14 21:13 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 19 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-4Client Sample ID: BW7 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:20Percent Solids: 88.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 49 J 110 7.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier330 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4,5-Trichlorophenol 330 U330 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4,6-Trichlorophenol 330 U330 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4-Dichlorophenol 330 U330 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4-Dimethylphenol 330 U740 47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4-Dinitrophenol 740 U450 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,4-Dinitrotoluene 450 U450 47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22,6-Dinitrotoluene 450 U110 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Chloronaphthalene 110 U110 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Chlorophenol 110 U15 1.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Methylnaphthalene 550450 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Methylphenol 450 U450 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Nitroaniline 450 U110 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 22-Nitrophenol 110 U890 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 23 & 4 Methylphenol 890 U220 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 23,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 220 U450 36 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 23-Nitroaniline 450 U330 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 330 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 110 U330 47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Chloro-3-methylphenol 330 U330 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Chloroaniline 330 U110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 110 U450 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Nitroaniline 450 U740 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 24-Nitrophenol 740 U15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Acenaphthene 19015 0.78 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Acenaphthylene 24220 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Acetophenone 88 J15 1.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Anthracene 110450 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Atrazine 450 U220 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzaldehyde 76 J15 1.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzo[a]anthracene 69015 1.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzo[a]pyrene 130015 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 210015 0.78 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 51015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Benzo[k]fluoranthene 540220 21 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 220 U220 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 220 U220 4.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 220 U160 42 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 63 J B160 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Butyl benzyl phthalate 160 U740 82 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Caprolactam 740 U110 60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Carbazole 110 U15 2.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Chrysene 79015 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 140110 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Dibenzofuran 140160 36 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Diethyl phthalate 160 U160 38 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Dimethyl phthalate 160 U160 33 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Di-n-butyl phthalate 160 U160 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Di-n-octyl phthalate 160 UTestAmerica CantonPage 20 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-4Client Sample ID: BW7 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:20Percent Solids: 88.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 750 15 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier15 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Fluorene 5615 4.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Hexachlorobenzene 15 U110 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Hexachlorobutadiene 110 U740 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 740 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Hexachloroethane 110 U15 0.78 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 440110 29 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Isophorone 110 U15 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Naphthalene 370220 4.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Nitrobenzene 220 U110 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 110 U110 47 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 110 U330 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Pentachlorophenol 330 U15 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Phenanthrene 630110 16 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Phenol 110 U15 0.98 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Pyrene 8102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 83 10 - 110 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 2Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 83 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 224 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 82 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 224 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 76 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 220 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 88 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 226 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 111 X 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:34 236 - 110Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 100 15 - 110 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 83 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 82 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 72 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 104 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:01 138 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 21 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-4Client Sample ID: BW7 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:20Percent Solids: 88.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 4500 20 9.7 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1.0 0.40 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Antimony 0.41 J1.0 0.30 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Arsenic 9.220 0.12 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Barium 44 B0.51 0.044 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Beryllium 0.37 J0.20 0.036 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Cadmium 0.33510 29 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Calcium 91000.51 0.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Chromium 225.1 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Cobalt 4.1 J2.5 0.75 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Copper 7410 5.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Iron 280000.30 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Lead 55510 6.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Magnesium 30001.5 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Manganese 3804.1 0.55 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Nickel 37510 6.3 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Potassium 490 J B0.51 0.46 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Selenium 0.850.51 0.10 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Silver 0.51 U510 67 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Sodium 6101.0 0.56 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Thallium 1.0 U5.1 0.21 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Vanadium 102.0 1.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:19 1Zinc 66Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0057 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Barium 0.38 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Cadmium 0.0018 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Chromium 0.50 U0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Lead 0.0047 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Selenium 0.0049 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:41 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:19 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.15 0.11 0.017 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:37 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 22 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-5Client Sample ID: BW8 0.5 -2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:00Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 97 15 - 110 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 75 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 27 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 73 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 69 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 105 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:27 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0033 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Barium 0.66 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Cadmium 0.024 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Chromium 0.0040 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Lead 0.011 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Selenium 0.0084 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:45 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:23 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 23 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-6Client Sample ID: BW8 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:04Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:36 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 90 80 - 121 03/31/14 21:36 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 89 03/31/14 21:36 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 83 03/31/14 21:36 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 98 03/31/14 21:36 180 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 82 15 - 110 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 83 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 36 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 79 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 73 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 112 X 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 19:52 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0056 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Barium 0.98 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Cadmium 0.015 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Chromium 0.0075 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Lead 0.075 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Selenium 0.0045 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:50 1Silver 0.50 UTestAmerica CantonPage 24 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-6Client Sample ID: BW8 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:04Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:25 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 25 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-7Client Sample ID: BW8 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:07Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.5 U H 3.5 0.39 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.90 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.5 U H3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 3.5 U H6.9 0.90 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 6.9 U H3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U H3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.48 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.5 U H3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U H3.5 0.46 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.5 U H14 0.97 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 12-Butanone (MEK) 14 U H14 0.44 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 12-Hexanone 14 U H14 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 14 U H14 4.4 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Acetone 14 U H3.5 0.16 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Benzene 3.5 U H3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Bromoform 3.5 U H3.5 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Bromomethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Carbon disulfide 3.5 U H3.5 0.26 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.5 U H3.5 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Chlorobenzene 3.5 U H3.5 0.38 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.60 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Chloroethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Chloroform 3.5 U H3.5 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Chloromethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.25 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U H3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U H6.9 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Cyclohexane 6.9 U H3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Ethylbenzene 3.5 U H3.5 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.5 U H3.5 0.11 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Isopropylbenzene 3.5 U H6.9 0.97 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Methyl acetate 6.9 U H3.5 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.5 U H6.9 0.21 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Methylcyclohexane 6.9 U H3.5 0.46 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Methylene Chloride 3.5 U H3.5 0.10 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Styrene 3.5 U H3.5 0.36 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Tetrachloroethene 3.5 U H3.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Toluene 3.5 U H3.5 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.5 U H3.5 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.5 U H3.5 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Trichloroethene 3.5 U H3.5 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.5 U H3.5 0.27 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Vinyl chloride 3.5 U H6.9 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Xylenes, Total 6.9 U HTestAmerica CantonPage 26 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-7Client Sample ID: BW8 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:07Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/24/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 103 58 - 123 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 82 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 87 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 87 03/24/14 13:45 03/26/14 23:01 167 - 125Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 16 J 120 8.3 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier360 59 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4,5-Trichlorophenol 360 U360 21 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4,6-Trichlorophenol 360 U360 47 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4-Dichlorophenol 360 U360 47 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4-Dimethylphenol 360 U780 50 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4-Dinitrophenol 780 U470 40 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,4-Dinitrotoluene 470 U470 50 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22,6-Dinitrotoluene 470 U120 1.1 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Chloronaphthalene 120 U120 19 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Chlorophenol 120 U16 1.2 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Methylnaphthalene 90470 26 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Methylphenol 470 U470 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Nitroaniline 470 U120 20 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 22-Nitrophenol 120 U950 47 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 23 & 4 Methylphenol 950 U240 43 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 23,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 240 U470 38 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 23-Nitroaniline 470 U360 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 360 U120 31 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 120 U360 50 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Chloro-3-methylphenol 360 U360 40 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Chloroaniline 360 U120 31 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 120 U470 62 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Nitroaniline 470 U780 40 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 24-Nitrophenol 780 U16 1.8 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Acenaphthene 7316 0.83 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Acenaphthylene 36240 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Acetophenone 240 U16 1.8 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Anthracene 120470 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Atrazine 470 U240 28 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzaldehyde 38 J16 1.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzo[a]anthracene 98016 1.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzo[a]pyrene 120016 1.4 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzo[b]fluoranthene 170016 0.83 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 120016 1.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Benzo[k]fluoranthene 660240 23 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 240 U240 52 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 240 U240 4.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 240 U170 45 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 170 U170 24 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Butyl benzyl phthalate 170 U780 88 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Caprolactam 780 U120 64 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Carbazole 110 J16 2.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Chrysene 1100TestAmerica CantonPage 27 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-7Client Sample ID: BW8 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:07Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLDibenz(a,h)anthracene 270 16 1.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier120 1.6 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Dibenzofuran 39 J170 38 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Diethyl phthalate 170 U170 40 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Dimethyl phthalate 170 U170 36 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Di-n-butyl phthalate 170 U170 19 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Di-n-octyl phthalate 170 U16 1.3 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Fluoranthene 160016 1.3 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Fluorene 3916 5.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Hexachlorobenzene 16 U120 13 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Hexachlorobutadiene 120 U780 19 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 780 U120 21 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Hexachloroethane 120 U16 0.83 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 910120 31 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Isophorone 120 U16 1.9 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Naphthalene 83240 5.2 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Nitrobenzene 240 U120 15 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 120 U120 50 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 120 U360 22 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Pentachlorophenol 360 U16 1.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Phenanthrene 700120 17 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Phenol 120 U16 1.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Pyrene 15002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 56 10 - 110 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 2Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 74 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 224 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 69 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 224 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 70 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 220 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 73 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 226 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 82 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 17:44 236 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 5600 23 11 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier1.2 0.45 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Antimony 5.91.2 0.35 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Arsenic 46023 0.14 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Barium 170 B0.58 0.050 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Beryllium 0.43 J0.23 0.042 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Cadmium 4.1580 34 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Calcium 120000.58 0.23 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Chromium 235.8 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Cobalt 8.12.9 0.86 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Copper 5612 5.7 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Iron 310000.35 0.22 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Lead 260580 7.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Magnesium 35001.7 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Manganese 4404.6 0.63 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Nickel 26580 7.2 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Potassium 810 B0.58 0.52 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Selenium 9.4TestAmerica CantonPage 28 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-7Client Sample ID: BW8 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:07Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)RL MDLSilver 0.63 0.58 0.12 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier580 77 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Sodium 110 J1.2 0.64 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Thallium 1.2 U5.8 0.24 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Vanadium 182.3 1.2 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:23 1Zinc 500Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.60 0.12 0.017 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:40 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 29 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-8Client Sample ID: BW8 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:10Percent Solids: 83.6Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 23 J 150 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier450 74 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4,5-Trichlorophenol 450 U450 26 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4,6-Trichlorophenol 450 U450 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4-Dichlorophenol 450 U450 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4-Dimethylphenol 450 U980 62 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4-Dinitrophenol 980 U590 51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,4-Dinitrotoluene 590 U590 62 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52,6-Dinitrotoluene 590 U150 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Chloronaphthalene 150 U150 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Chlorophenol 150 U20 1.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Methylnaphthalene 130590 33 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Methylphenol 590 U590 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Nitroaniline 590 U150 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.52-Nitrophenol 150 U1200 59 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.53 & 4 Methylphenol 1200 U300 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.53,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 300 U590 48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.53-Nitroaniline 590 U450 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 450 U150 39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 150 U450 62 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Chloro-3-methylphenol 450 U450 51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Chloroaniline 450 U150 39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 150 U590 77 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Nitroaniline 590 U980 51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.54-Nitrophenol 980 U20 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Acenaphthene 8920 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Acenaphthylene 39300 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Acetophenone 300 U20 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Anthracene 180590 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Atrazine 590 U300 36 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzaldehyde 300 U20 1.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzo[a]anthracene 110020 1.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzo[a]pyrene 150020 1.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzo[b]fluoranthene 270020 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 60020 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Benzo[k]fluoranthene 610300 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 300 U300 65 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 300 U300 5.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 300 U210 56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 64 J B210 30 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Butyl benzyl phthalate 210 U980 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Caprolactam 980 U150 80 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Carbazole 120 J20 3.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Chrysene 130020 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 170150 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Dibenzofuran 65 J210 48 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Diethyl phthalate 210 U210 51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Dimethyl phthalate 210 U210 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Di-n-butyl phthalate 210 U210 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Di-n-octyl phthalate 210 UTestAmerica CantonPage 30 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-8Client Sample ID: BW8 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:10Percent Solids: 83.6Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 1800 20 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier20 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Fluorene 5720 6.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Hexachlorobenzene 20 U150 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Hexachlorobutadiene 150 U980 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 980 U150 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Hexachloroethane 150 U20 1.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 510150 39 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Isophorone 150 U20 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Naphthalene 150300 6.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Nitrobenzene 300 U150 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 150 U150 62 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 150 U450 27 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Pentachlorophenol 450 U20 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Phenanthrene 930150 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Phenol 150 U20 1.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Pyrene 18002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 59 10 - 110 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.5Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 61 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.524 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 61 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.524 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 59 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.520 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 61 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.526 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 81 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:56 2.536 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 5300 17 8.4 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.87 0.34 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Antimony 1.20.87 0.26 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Arsenic 2317 0.10 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Barium 160 B0.44 0.038 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Beryllium 0.39 J0.17 0.031 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Cadmium 3.3440 25 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Calcium 79000.44 0.17 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Chromium 204.4 0.14 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Cobalt 6.82.2 0.65 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Copper 418.7 4.3 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Iron 220000.26 0.17 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Lead 230440 5.7 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Magnesium 27001.3 0.14 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Manganese 3803.5 0.47 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Nickel 28440 5.4 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Potassium 740 B0.44 0.39 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Selenium 4.60.44 0.087 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Silver 0.66440 58 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Sodium 81 J0.87 0.48 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Thallium 0.87 U4.4 0.18 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Vanadium 131.7 0.87 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:27 1Zinc 300TestAmerica CantonPage 31 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35338-8Client Sample ID: BW8 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:10Percent Solids: 83.6Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.54 0.13 0.020 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:42 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 32 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (58-123) (52-136) (37-132) (67-125)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL104 94 86 93240-35338-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW7 2-4103 82 87 87240-35338-7 BW8 4-691 83 94 90LCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample96 81 91 90MB 240-124052/6 Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL84 90 91 100LCS 240-124658/4Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control SampleSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL90 89 90 101240-35338-3Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW7 4-690 89 83 98240-35338-6 BW8 2-484 85 89 97LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH80 79 70 71 77 96240-35338-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW7 2-483 83 82 8876 111 X240-35338-4 BW7 6-856 74 69 7370 82240-35338-7 BW8 4-6TestAmerica CantonPage 33 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH59 61 61 59 61 81240-35338-8Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW8 6-882 76 80 8075 94LCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control Sample79 76 76 7684 84LCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample87 88 85 8693 95LCS 240-124303/3-A Lab Control Sample55 79 79 8077 108MB 240-123875/23-A Method Blank87 87 83 8588 92MB 240-124042/19-A Method Blank65 80 74 7683 88MB 240-124303/2-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH95 78 31 72 67 100LCS 240-124527/14-APercent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control Sample80 71 52 6668 98MB 240-124527/13-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH107 87 69 84 85 113 X240-35338-2Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW7 4-6100 83 24 7282 104240-35338-4 BW7 6-897 75 27 6973 105240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -282 83 36 7379 112 X240-35338-6 BW8 2-4Surrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 34 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioTPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 35 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,1-Dichloroethene0.509 J 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methylcyclohexane5.0 U 0.675.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Methylene Chloride5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/26/14 13:00 1Xylenes, TotalTestAmerica CantonPage 36 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124052/6Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1240521,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 96 58 - 123 03/26/14 13:00 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/26/14 13:00 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13691 03/26/14 13:00 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290 03/26/14 13:00 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1240521,1,1-Trichloroethane 50.0 55.3 ug/Kg 111 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 50.0 50.5 ug/Kg 101 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane50.0 51.7 ug/Kg 103 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 50.0 53.2 ug/Kg 106 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 50.0 52.2 ug/Kg 104 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 50.0 49.7 ug/Kg 99 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 50.0 51.2 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 50.0 47.7 ug/Kg 95 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 50.0 48.4 ug/Kg 97 80 - 1201,3-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 49.6 ug/Kg 99 78 - 1201,4-Dichlorobenzene 50.0 47.5 ug/Kg 95 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 100 91.0 ug/Kg 91 52 - 1312-Hexanone 100 89.1 ug/Kg 89 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 100 96.0 ug/Kg 96 67 - 135Acetone 100 98.3 ug/Kg 98 41 - 137Benzene 50.0 50.4 ug/Kg 101 79 - 120Bromoform 50.0 48.6 ug/Kg 97 62 - 133Bromomethane 50.0 62.1 ug/Kg 124 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 50.0 55.2 ug/Kg 110 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 50.0 60.8 ug/Kg 122 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 78 - 120Chloroethane 50.0 45.4 ug/Kg 91 58 - 120Chloroform 50.0 52.4 ug/Kg 105 77 - 120Chloromethane 50.0 42.6 ug/Kg 85 50 - 120cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 50.8 ug/Kg 102 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 51.3 ug/Kg 103 74 - 128Cyclohexane 50.0 54.5 ug/Kg 109 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 50.0 51.4 ug/Kg 103 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 50.0 36.6 ug/Kg 73 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 50.0 52.5 ug/Kg 105 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 50.0 55.8 ug/Kg 112 76 - 122Methyl acetate 250 244 ug/Kg 97 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 50.0 49.0 ug/Kg 98 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 70 - 126TestAmerica CantonPage 37 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124052/5Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Methylene Chloride 50.0 56.1 ug/Kg 112 75 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitsm-Xylene & p-Xylene 50.0 51.6 ug/Kg 103 80 - 120o-Xylene 50.0 52.7 ug/Kg 105 80 - 120Styrene 50.0 49.3 ug/Kg 99 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 79 - 120Toluene 50.0 48.7 ug/Kg 97 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 50.0 54.2 ug/Kg 108 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 50.0 52.3 ug/Kg 105 73 - 131Trichloroethene 50.0 57.1 ug/Kg 114 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 100 104 ug/Kg 104 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery834-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 13694Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13290Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124658/4Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1246581,1-Dichloroethene 1.00 0.886 mg/L 89 71 - 133AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,2-Dichloroethane 1.00 0.976 mg/L 98 80 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 2.00 1.93 mg/L 96 49 - 120Benzene 1.00 0.969 mg/L 97 80 - 120Carbon tetrachloride 1.00 0.988 mg/L 99 54 - 122Chlorobenzene 1.00 0.970 mg/L 97 80 - 120Chloroform 1.00 0.908 mg/L 91 80 - 123Tetrachloroethene 1.00 0.940 mg/L 94 79 - 134Trichloroethene 1.00 0.962 mg/L 96 78 - 130Vinyl chloride 1.00 0.792 mg/L 79 56 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 80 - 121Surrogate84LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery904-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12491Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 128100Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 11,2-DichloroethaneTestAmerica CantonPage 38 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL2-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U 0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Benzene0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Carbon tetrachloride0.025 U 0.00750.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chlorobenzene0.025 U 0.00800.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chloroform0.025 U 0.0150.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Tetrachloroethene0.025 U 0.00850.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Trichloroethene0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Vinyl chloride1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 84 80 - 121 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery85 03/31/14 16:13 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12489 03/31/14 16:13 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 12897 03/31/14 16:13 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123875/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 25150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1AcenaphthyleneTestAmerica CantonPage 39 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123875/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875RL MDLAcetophenone 100 U 100 9.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether26.8 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dibenzofuran16.5 J 1670 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dimethyl phthalate17.3 J 1570 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Di-n-octyl phthalate6.7 U 0.556.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Fluoranthene6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 55 10 - 110 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 09:59Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery79 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11079 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11077 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11080 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 110108 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 40 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123875/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 1238751,1'-Biphenyl 667 518 ug/Kg 78 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 563 ug/Kg 84 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 553 ug/Kg 83 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 540 ug/Kg 81 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 613 ug/Kg 92 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 404 ug/Kg 30 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 580 ug/Kg 87 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 571 ug/Kg 86 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 537 ug/Kg 81 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 527 ug/Kg 79 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 534 ug/Kg 80 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 561 ug/Kg 84 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 515 ug/Kg 77 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 555 ug/Kg 83 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 967 ug/Kg 73 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 494 ug/Kg 74 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 583 ug/Kg 44 10 - 1104-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 529 ug/Kg 79 39 - 1104-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 570 ug/Kg 85 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 442 ug/Kg 66 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 548 ug/Kg 82 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 566 ug/Kg 85 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1230 ug/Kg 92 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 542 ug/Kg 81 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 514 ug/Kg 77 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 530 ug/Kg 79 40 - 110Anthracene 667 571 ug/Kg 86 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1300 ug/Kg 97 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1140 ug/Kg 86 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 548 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 590 ug/Kg 88 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 595 ug/Kg 89 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 511 ug/Kg 77 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 572 ug/Kg 86 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 523 ug/Kg 78 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 536 ug/Kg 80 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 529 ug/Kg 79 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 627 ug/Kg 94 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 609 ug/Kg 91 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1180 ug/Kg 89 44 - 114Carbazole 667 563 ug/Kg 84 50 - 110Chrysene 667 553 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 451 ug/Kg 68 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 529 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 588 ug/Kg 88 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 564 ug/Kg 85 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 584 ug/Kg 88 51 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 41 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123875/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 553 ug/Kg 83 48 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsFluoranthene 667 555 ug/Kg 83 51 - 110Fluorene 667 552 ug/Kg 83 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 506 ug/Kg 76 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 315 J ug/Kg 47 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 514 ug/Kg 77 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 466 ug/Kg 70 50 - 110Isophorone 667 511 ug/Kg 77 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 529 ug/Kg 79 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 546 ug/Kg 82 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 1080 ug/Kg 81 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 938 ug/Kg 70 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 538 ug/Kg 81 49 - 110Phenol 667 545 ug/Kg 82 38 - 110Pyrene 667 585 ug/Kg 88 49 - 1102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate82LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery762-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110802-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11075Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11080Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11094Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124042/19-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 25150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 13-NitroanilineTestAmerica CantonPage 42 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124042/19-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042RL MDL4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 150 U 150 9.2 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acenaphthylene100 U 9.2100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Acetophenone6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether19.5 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dibenzofuran70 U 1670 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Dimethyl phthalate16.2 J 1570 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Di-n-octyl phthalate6.7 U 0.556.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Fluoranthene6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1PyreneTestAmerica CantonPage 43 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124042/19-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 1240422,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 87 10 - 110 03/28/14 08:35 1MB MBSurrogate03/26/14 10:35Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery87 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11083 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11088 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11085 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11092 03/26/14 10:35 03/28/14 08:35 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124042/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 1240421,1'-Biphenyl 667 507 ug/Kg 76 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 491 ug/Kg 74 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 499 ug/Kg 75 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 538 ug/Kg 81 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 517 ug/Kg 78 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 395 ug/Kg 30 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 560 ug/Kg 84 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 548 ug/Kg 82 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 506 ug/Kg 76 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 526 ug/Kg 79 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 532 ug/Kg 80 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 505 ug/Kg 76 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 594 ug/Kg 89 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 551 ug/Kg 83 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 514 ug/Kg 77 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 916 ug/Kg 69 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 538 ug/Kg 81 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 677 ug/Kg 51 10 - 1104-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 462 ug/Kg 69 39 - 1104-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 570 ug/Kg 86 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 447 ug/Kg 67 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 516 ug/Kg 77 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 534 ug/Kg 80 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1220 ug/Kg 91 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 512 ug/Kg 77 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 532 ug/Kg 80 40 - 110Anthracene 667 469 ug/Kg 70 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1100 ug/Kg 82 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1250 ug/Kg 94 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 488 ug/Kg 73 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 485 ug/Kg 73 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 504 ug/Kg 76 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 589 ug/Kg 88 29 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 44 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124042/20-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124330 Prep Batch: 124042Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 567 ug/Kg 85 32 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsBis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 555 ug/Kg 83 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 564 ug/Kg 85 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 529 ug/Kg 79 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1100 ug/Kg 82 44 - 114Carbazole 667 485 ug/Kg 73 50 - 110Chrysene 667 477 ug/Kg 72 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 507 ug/Kg 76 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 500 ug/Kg 75 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 560 ug/Kg 84 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 555 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 539 ug/Kg 81 51 - 110Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 531 ug/Kg 80 48 - 110Fluoranthene 667 486 ug/Kg 73 51 - 110Fluorene 667 507 ug/Kg 76 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 491 ug/Kg 74 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 588 ug/Kg 88 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 360 ug/Kg 54 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 547 ug/Kg 82 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 497 ug/Kg 75 50 - 110Isophorone 667 562 ug/Kg 84 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 519 ug/Kg 78 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 579 ug/Kg 87 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 573 ug/Kg 86 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 959 ug/Kg 72 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 783 ug/Kg 59 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 469 ug/Kg 70 49 - 110Phenol 667 542 ug/Kg 81 38 - 110Pyrene 667 494 ug/Kg 74 49 - 1102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate79LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery762-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110762-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11084Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11076Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11084Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124303/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 124303RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 25150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,4-DimethylphenolTestAmerica CantonPage 45 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124303/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 124303RL MDL2,4-Dinitrophenol 330 U 330 21 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Acenaphthylene100 U 9.2100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Acetophenone6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether70 U 1970 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Dibenzofuran70 U 1670 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Dimethyl phthalate70 U 1570 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Di-n-octyl phthalate6.7 U 0.556.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Fluoranthene6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1HexachlorobutadieneTestAmerica CantonPage 46 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124303/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 124303RL MDLHexachlorocyclopentadiene 330 U 330 8.1 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 65 10 - 110 03/30/14 11:32 1MB MBSurrogate03/27/14 15:55Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery80 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11074 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11083 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11076 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11088 03/27/14 15:55 03/30/14 11:32 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124303/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 1243031,1'-Biphenyl 667 575 ug/Kg 86 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 577 ug/Kg 87 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 564 ug/Kg 85 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 582 ug/Kg 87 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 586 ug/Kg 88 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 425 ug/Kg 32 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 626 ug/Kg 94 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 619 ug/Kg 93 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 563 ug/Kg 84 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 574 ug/Kg 86 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 574 ug/Kg 86 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 568 ug/Kg 85 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 696 ug/Kg 104 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 583 ug/Kg 87 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 569 ug/Kg 85 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 1000 ug/Kg 75 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 589 ug/Kg 88 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 728 ug/Kg 55 10 - 1104-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 507 ug/Kg 76 39 - 1104-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 622 ug/Kg 93 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 472 ug/Kg 71 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 556 ug/Kg 83 40 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 47 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124303/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 1243034-Nitroaniline 667 614 ug/Kg 92 48 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits4-Nitrophenol 1330 1420 ug/Kg 107 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 575 ug/Kg 86 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 546 ug/Kg 82 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 588 ug/Kg 88 40 - 110Anthracene 667 512 ug/Kg 77 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1200 ug/Kg 90 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1410 ug/Kg 106 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 540 ug/Kg 81 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 540 ug/Kg 81 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 535 ug/Kg 80 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 550 ug/Kg 83 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 554 ug/Kg 83 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 676 ug/Kg 101 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 615 ug/Kg 92 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 615 ug/Kg 92 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 585 ug/Kg 88 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 573 ug/Kg 86 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1210 ug/Kg 91 44 - 114Carbazole 667 535 ug/Kg 80 50 - 110Chrysene 667 531 ug/Kg 80 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 559 ug/Kg 84 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 559 ug/Kg 84 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 634 ug/Kg 95 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 619 ug/Kg 93 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 585 ug/Kg 88 51 - 110Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 573 ug/Kg 86 48 - 110Fluoranthene 667 530 ug/Kg 79 51 - 110Fluorene 667 568 ug/Kg 85 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 531 ug/Kg 80 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 618 ug/Kg 93 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 410 ug/Kg 62 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 611 ug/Kg 92 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 546 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Isophorone 667 615 ug/Kg 92 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 556 ug/Kg 83 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 662 ug/Kg 99 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 643 ug/Kg 96 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 1030 ug/Kg 77 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 787 ug/Kg 59 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 500 ug/Kg 75 49 - 110Phenol 667 607 ug/Kg 91 38 - 110Pyrene 667 556 ug/Kg 83 49 - 1102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate87LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery882-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110852-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 48 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124303/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491 Prep Batch: 124303Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110Surrogate93LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery86Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11095Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124527/13-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 124527RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 80 15 - 110 04/03/14 13:17 1MB MBSurrogate03/31/14 07:11Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery71 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11052 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11068 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11066 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11098 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124527/14-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1245271,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0563 mg/L 70 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0705 mg/L 88 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0683 mg/L 85 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0797 mg/L 100 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0587 mg/L 73 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0557 mg/L 70 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0600 mg/L 75 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0679 mg/L 85 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0578 mg/L 72 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0552 mg/L 69 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0625 mg/L 78 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.123 mg/L 77 10 - 122TestAmerica CantonPage 49 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124527/14-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1245272,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate95LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery782-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110312-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11072Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11067Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110100Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124048/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048RL MDLAluminum 20 U 20 9.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier1.0 U 0.391.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Antimony1.0 U 0.301.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Arsenic0.170 J 0.1220 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Barium0.50 U 0.0430.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Beryllium0.20 U 0.0360.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cadmium500 U 29500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Calcium0.50 U 0.200.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Chromium5.0 U 0.165.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cobalt2.5 U 0.742.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Copper10 U 4.910 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Iron0.30 U 0.190.30 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Lead500 U 6.5500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Magnesium1.5 U 0.161.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Manganese4.0 U 0.544.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Nickel12.8 J 6.2500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Potassium0.50 U 0.450.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Selenium0.50 U 0.100.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Silver500 U 66500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Sodium1.0 U 0.551.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Thallium5.0 U 0.215.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Vanadium2.0 U 1.02.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1ZincClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124048/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048Aluminum 200 191 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsAntimony 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Arsenic 200 188 mg/Kg 94 80 - 120Barium 200 192 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Beryllium 5.00 4.52 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Cadmium 5.00 4.76 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 50 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124048/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048Calcium 5000 4660 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsChromium 20.0 19.3 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Cobalt 50.0 46.0 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Copper 25.0 23.3 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Iron 100 106 mg/Kg 106 80 - 120Lead 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Magnesium 5000 4600 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Manganese 50.0 48.0 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Nickel 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Potassium 5000 4650 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Selenium 200 183 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Silver 5.00 4.92 mg/Kg 98 80 - 120Sodium 5000 4670 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Thallium 200 185 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Vanadium 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Zinc 50.0 46.1 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124584/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.00102 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1SilverClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124584/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584Arsenic 2.00 2.02 mg/L 101 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsBarium 2.00 1.85 J mg/L 93 50 - 150Cadmium 0.0500 0.0499 J mg/L 100 50 - 150Chromium 0.200 0.193 J mg/L 96 50 - 150Lead 0.500 0.447 J mg/L 89 50 - 150Selenium 2.00 2.09 mg/L 105 50 - 150Silver 0.0500 0.0529 J mg/L 106 50 - 150Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124505/1-DMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 51 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124505/1-DMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLBarium 0.00218 J 10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Lead0.00562 J 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1SilverMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124593/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 08:58 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124593/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593Mercury 0.00500 0.00485 mg/L 97 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsClient Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124505/1-EMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 08:56 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124076/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.015 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 08:54 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124076/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076Mercury 0.833 0.856 mg/Kg 103 73 - 121AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsTestAmerica CantonPage 52 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS VOAPrep Batch: 123823Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5035240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 5035240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124052Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 8260B 123823240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124052/5 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260BMB 240-124052/6 Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124562Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35338-3 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 124562240-35338-3 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPSolid 8260BLCS 240-124658/4 Lab Control Sample Total/NAGC/MS Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123875Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-123875/23-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124042Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-124042/19-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123875240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 8270C 123875240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 8270C 123875LCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 123875MB 240-123875/23-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124303Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-124303/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-124303/2-A Method Blank Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 53 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS Semi VOA (Continued)Analysis Batch: 124330Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124042240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 8270C 124042LCS 240-124042/20-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124042MB 240-124042/19-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124491Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124303240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 8270C 124303LCS 240-124303/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124303MB 240-124303/2-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124505Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPPrep Batch: 124527Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124505240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 3520C 124505240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 3520C 124505240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 3520C 124505240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124527/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-124527/13-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124918Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124527240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 8270C 124527240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 8270C 124527240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 8270C 124527240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPAnalysis Batch: 125096Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124527LCS 240-124527/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124527MB 240-124527/13-A Method Blank Total/NAMetalsPrep Batch: 124048Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 3050BLCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3050BMB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 54 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 124076Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 7471ALCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471AMB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A 124076240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076LCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471A 124076MB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124048240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048LCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124048MB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124505Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPPrep Batch: 124584Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3010A 124505240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 3010ALCS 240-124584/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3010AMB 240-124584/2-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124593Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124505240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 55 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 124593 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470ALCS 240-124593/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470AMB 240-124593/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124584240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 6010B 124584LCS 240-124584/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124584MB 240-124584/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124593240-35338-2 BW7 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593240-35338-5 BW8 0.5 -2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593240-35338-6 BW8 2-4 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470A 124593LCS 240-124593/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470A 124593MB 240-124593/2-A Method Blank Total/NAGeneral ChemistryAnalysis Batch: 123764Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid Moisture240-35338-1 BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35338-1 DU BW7 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35338-4 BW7 6-8 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35338-7 BW8 4-6 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35338-8 BW8 6-8 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 56 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW7 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-1Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:15Percent Solids: 87.2Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/24/14 13:45 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 22:40 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 124303 03/27/14 15:55 KEC TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2 124491 03/30/14 14:18 MRU TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:15 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:30 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW7 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:17Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124527 03/31/14 07:11 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124918 04/02/14 18:36 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:37 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:17 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW7 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-3Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:19Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 21:13 RJQ TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW7 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:20Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124527 03/31/14 07:11 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124918 04/02/14 19:01 JMG TAL CANTCLPPrep 3540C 123875 03/25/14 09:59 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2 124196 03/27/14 19:34 JMG TAL CANTotal/NATestAmerica CantonPage 57 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW7 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 08:20Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:41 KLC TAL CANTCLPPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:19 RKT TAL CANTotal/NALeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:19 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:37 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW8 0.5 -2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:00Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124527 03/31/14 07:11 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124918 04/02/14 19:27 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:45 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:23 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW8 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:04Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 21:36 RJQ TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3520C 124527 03/31/14 07:11 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124918 04/02/14 19:52 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:50 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:25 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 58 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW8 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-7Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:07Percent Solids: 83.7Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 5035 03/24/14 13:45 TJL2123823 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124052 03/26/14 23:01 SAM TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 124042 03/26/14 10:35 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2 124330 03/28/14 17:44 MRU TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:23 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:40 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW8 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35338-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:10Percent Solids: 83.6Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 09:59 MPM123875 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 2.5 124196 03/27/14 19:56 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:27 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:42 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NALaboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 59 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Certification SummaryClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35338-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLaboratory: TestAmerica CantonAll certifications held by this laboratory are listed. Not all certifications are applicable to this report.Authority Program EPA Region Certification ID Expiration DateCalifornia 01144CA9NELAP 06-30-14Connecticut State Program 1 PH-0590 12-31-14Florida NELAP 4 E87225 06-30-14Georgia State Program 4 N/A 06-30-14Illinois NELAP 5 200004 07-31-14Kansas NELAP 7 E-10336 03-31-14 *Kentucky (UST) State Program 4 58 06-30-14L-A-B DoD ELAP L2315 07-18-16Minnesota NELAP 5 039-999-348 12-31-14Nevada State Program 9 OH-000482008A 07-31-14New Jersey NELAP 2 OH001 06-30-14New York NELAP 2 10975 03-31-14 *Ohio VAP State Program 5 CL0024 10-31-15Pennsylvania NELAP 3 68-00340 08-31-14Texas NELAP 6 08-31-14USDA Federal P330-13-00319 11-26-16Virginia NELAP 3 460175 09-14-14Washington State Program 10 C971 01-12-15West Virginia DEP State Program 3 210 12-31-14Wisconsin State Program 5 999518190 08-31-14TestAmerica Canton* Expired certification is currently pending renewal and is considered valid.Page 60 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 61 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 62 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Page 63 of 63 4/4/20141234567891011121314Appendix H Soil analytical results for borings BW-9 and BW-10 ANALYTICAL REPORTTestAmerica Laboratories, Inc.TestAmerica Canton4101 Shuffel Street NWNorth Canton, OH 44720Tel: (330)497-9396TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client Project/Site: Lancaster OhioFor:Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.98 County Line Road WestSuite CWesterville, Ohio 43082Attn: Ms. Linda AllerAuthorized for release by:4/9/2014 10:23:17 AMMark Loeb, Project Manager II(330)966-9387mark.loeb@testamericainc.comThis report has been electronically signed and authorized by the signatory. Electronic signature isintended to be the legally binding equivalent of a traditionally handwritten signature.Results relate only to the items tested and the sample(s) as received by the laboratory.1234567891011121314https://secure.testamericainc.com/TotalAccess/login.aspxhttp://www.testamericainc.com/AskTheExpert/Expert_index.htmhttp://www.testamericainc.commailto:mark.loeb@testamericainc.comTable of ContentsClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Page 2 of 51TestAmerica Canton4/9/2014Cover Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Definitions/Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Case Narrative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Method Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Sample Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Detection Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Client Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Surrogate Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25QC Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28QC Association Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41Lab Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45Certification Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48Chain of Custody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 491234567891011121314Definitions/GlossaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioQualifiersGC/MS VOAQualifier DescriptionH Sample was prepped or analyzed beyond the specified holding timeQualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.* LCS or LCSD exceeds the control limitsGC/MS Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.B Compound was found in the blank and sample.GC VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierGC Semi VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.QualifierMetalsQualifier DescriptionJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.QualifierB Compound was found in the blank and sample.U Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.GlossaryThese commonly used abbreviations may or may not be present in this report. Listed under the "D" column to designate that the result is reported on a dry weight basisAbbreviation%R Percent RecoveryCNF Contains no Free LiquidDER Duplicate error ratio (normalized absolute difference)Dil Fac Dilution FactorDL, RA, RE, IN Indicates a Dilution, Re-analysis, Re-extraction, or additional Initial metals/anion analysis of the sampleDLC Decision level concentrationMDA Minimum detectable activityEDL Estimated Detection LimitMDC Minimum detectable concentrationMDL Method Detection LimitML Minimum Level (Dioxin)NC Not CalculatedND Not detected at the reporting limit (or MDL or EDL if shown)PQL Practical Quantitation LimitQC Quality ControlRER Relative error ratioRL Reporting Limit or Requested Limit (Radiochemistry)RPD Relative Percent Difference, a measure of the relative difference between two pointsTEF Toxicity Equivalent Factor (Dioxin)TEQ Toxicity Equivalent Quotient (Dioxin)TestAmerica CantonPage 3 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35339-1Laboratory: TestAmerica CantonNarrativeCASE NARRATIVEClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project: Lancaster OhioReport Number: 240-35339-1With the exceptions noted as flags or footnotes, standard analytical protocols were followed in the analysis of the samples and no problems were encountered or anomalies observed. In addition all laboratory quality control samples were within established control limits, with any exceptions noted below. Each sample was analyzed to achieve the lowest possible reporting limit within the constraints of the method. In some cases, due to interference or analytes present at high concentrations, samples were diluted. For diluted samples, the reporting limits are adjusted relative to the dilution required.TestAmerica Canton attests to the validity of the laboratory data generated by TestAmerica facilities reported herein. All analyses performed by TestAmerica facilities were done using established laboratory SOPs that incorporate QA/QC procedures described in the application methods. TestAmericas operations groups have reviewed the data for compliance with the laboratory QA/QC plan, and data have been found to be compliant with laboratory protocols unless otherwise noted below.The test results in this report meet all NELAP requirements for parameters for which accreditation is required or available. Any exceptions to NELAP requirements are noted in this report. Pursuant to NELAP, this report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the laboratory.Calculations are performed before rounding to avoid round-off errors in calculated results.All holding times were met and proper preservation noted for the methods performed on these samples, unless otherwise detailed in the individual sections below.All solid sample results are reported on an "as received" basis unless otherwise indicated by the presence of a % solids value in the method header.This laboratory report is confidential and is intended for the sole use of TestAmerica and its client.RECEIPTThe samples were received on 3/24/2014 9:45 AM; the samples arrived in good condition, properly preserved and, where required, on ice. The temperature of the cooler at receipt was 3.6 C.Except:Method(s) 5035, 8260B: The following sample(s) was received with insufficient time remaining to freeze within 48 hours, as required for samples collected in water preserved TerraCores: BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5), BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1). Sample 1 was sampled on 3/21/14 at 9:45am and received 3/24/14 and placed in the freezer at 13:45 sample 5 was sampled on 3/21/14 at 10:35am and received on 3/24/14 and placed in the freezer at 13:45.TCLP VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1) and BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) were analyzed for TCLP volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8260B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014 and analyzed on 03/31/2014. Method(s) 8260B: The following samples were received outside of holding time: BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5), BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1).No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis.TestAmerica CantonPage 4 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35339-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1) and BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were prepared on 03/24/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. Tetrachloroethene and trans-1,2-Dichloroethene failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-124125/8. These analytes were biased high in the LCS and were not detected in the associated samples; therefore, the data have been reported.The following samples were received outside of holding time: BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5), BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1).Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 124125.No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW9 4-8 (240-35339-3), BW10 0-2 (240-35339-4) and BW10 4-6 (240-35339-6) were analyzed for TCLP semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/8270C. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and 04/04/2014 and analyzed on 04/02/2014 and 04/08/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Method(s) 3520C: Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 125270.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW9 2-4 (240-35339-2) and BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) were analyzed for semivolatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8270C. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. Surrogates are added during the extraction process prior to dilution. When the sample is diluted, surrogate recoveries are diluted out and no corrective action is required.Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, Diethyl phthalate and Di-n-butyl phthalate were detected in method blank MB 240-123875/23-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Sample BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5)[4X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No other difficulties were encountered during the SVOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.GASOLINE RANGE ORGANICSSample BW10 6-8 (240-35339-7) was analyzed for gasoline range organics in accordance with SW846 Method 8015C. The samples were prepared and analyzed on 03/26/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the GrOain size analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.DIESEL RANGE ORGANICS (DRO)Sample BW10 6-8 (240-35339-7) was analyzed for diesel range organics (DRO) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8015C - DRO. The samples were prepared on 03/25/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014. TestAmerica CantonPage 5 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioJob ID: 240-35339-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)No difficulties were encountered during the DRO analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP METALS (ICP)Samples BW9 4-8 (240-35339-3), BW10 0-2 (240-35339-4) and BW10 4-6 (240-35339-6) were analyzed for TCLP metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/6010B. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014. Barium and Selenium were detected in method blank LB 240-124505/1-D at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Barium was detected in method blank MB 240-124584/2-A at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL METALS (ICP)Samples BW9 2-4 (240-35339-2) and BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) were analyzed for total metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. Barium and Potassium were detected in method blank MB 240-124048/1-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TCLP MERCURYSamples BW9 4-8 (240-35339-3), BW10 0-2 (240-35339-4) and BW10 4-6 (240-35339-6) were analyzed for TCLP mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 1311/7470A. The samples were leached on 03/30/2014, prepared on 03/31/2014 and analyzed on 04/01/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL MERCURYSamples BW9 2-4 (240-35339-2) and BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) were analyzed for total mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 7471A. The samples were prepared on 03/26/2014 and analyzed on 03/27/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.PERCENT SOLIDSSamples BW9 0-2 (240-35339-1), BW9 2-4 (240-35339-2), BW10 2-4 (240-35339-5) and BW10 6-8 (240-35339-7) were analyzed for percent solids in accordance with EPA Method 160.3 MOD. The samples were analyzed on 03/24/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the % solids analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 6 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Method SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod Method Description LaboratoryProtocolSW8468260B Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468270C Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8468015C Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics) TAL CANSW8468015C Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics) TAL CANSW8466010B Metals (ICP) TAL CANSW8467470A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANSW8467471A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANEPAMoisture Percent Moisture TAL CANProtocol References:EPA = US Environmental Protection AgencySW846 = "Test Methods For Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", Third Edition, November 1986 And Its Updates.Laboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 7 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Sample SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID Client Sample ID ReceivedCollectedMatrix240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 Solid 03/21/14 09:45 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Solid 03/21/14 09:50 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 Solid 03/21/14 09:52 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 Solid 03/21/14 10:30 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Solid 03/21/14 10:35 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 Solid 03/21/14 10:37 03/24/14 09:45240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Solid 03/21/14 10:40 03/24/14 09:45TestAmerica CantonPage 8 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW9 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-1 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW9 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-21,1'-BiphenylRL57 ug/KgMDL4.0Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J13 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 7.6 ug/Kg0.57 Total/NA157 8270CAcenaphthene 7.6 ug/Kg0.86 Total/NA193 8270CAcenaphthylene 7.6 ug/Kg0.40 Total/NA113 8270CAcetophenone 110 ug/Kg10 Total/NA112 J 8270CAnthracene 7.6 ug/Kg0.89 Total/NA147 8270CBenzaldehyde 110 ug/Kg14 Total/NA124 J 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 7.6 ug/Kg0.71 Total/NA1430 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 7.6 ug/Kg0.73 Total/NA1810 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 7.6 ug/Kg0.67 Total/NA11300 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 7.6 ug/Kg0.40 Total/NA1410 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 7.6 ug/Kg0.77 Total/NA1320 8270CBis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 79 ug/Kg22 Total/NA140 J B 8270CChrysene 7.6 ug/Kg1.2 Total/NA1480 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 7.6 ug/Kg0.75 Total/NA1100 8270CDibenzofuran 57 ug/Kg0.75 Total/NA126 J 8270CDi-n-butyl phthalate 79 ug/Kg17 Total/NA135 J B 8270CFluoranthene 7.6 ug/Kg0.62 Total/NA1480 8270CFluorene 7.6 ug/Kg0.60 Total/NA117 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 7.6 ug/Kg0.40 Total/NA1330 8270CNaphthalene 7.6 ug/Kg0.93 Total/NA148 8270CPhenanthrene 7.6 ug/Kg0.83 Total/NA1240 8270CPhenol 57 ug/Kg8.3 Total/NA116 J 8270CPyrene 7.6 ug/Kg0.50 Total/NA1470 8270CAluminum 19 mg/Kg9.1 Total/NA16100 6010BAntimony 0.95 mg/Kg0.37 Total/NA10.58 J 6010BArsenic 0.95 mg/Kg0.28 Total/NA112 6010BBarium 19 mg/Kg0.11 Total/NA1120 B 6010BBeryllium 0.47 mg/Kg0.041 Total/NA10.62 6010BCadmium 0.19 mg/Kg0.034 Total/NA11.3 6010BCalcium 470 mg/Kg27 Total/NA110000 6010BChromium 0.47 mg/Kg0.19 Total/NA115 6010BCobalt 4.7 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA16.8 6010BCopper 2.4 mg/Kg0.70 Total/NA131 6010BIron 9.5 mg/Kg4.6 Total/NA120000 6010BLead 0.28 mg/Kg0.18 Total/NA1150 6010BMagnesium 470 mg/Kg6.2 Total/NA13200 6010BManganese 1.4 mg/Kg0.15 Total/NA1560 6010BNickel 3.8 mg/Kg0.51 Total/NA143 6010BPotassium 470 mg/Kg5.9 Total/NA1790 B 6010BSelenium 0.47 mg/Kg0.43 Total/NA10.73 6010BSilver 0.47 mg/Kg0.095 Total/NA10.17 J 6010BSodium 470 mg/Kg62 Total/NA1210 J 6010BVanadium 4.7 mg/Kg0.20 Total/NA116 6010BZinc 1.9 mg/Kg0.95 Total/NA1150 6010BMercury 0.13 mg/Kg0.019 Total/NA10.25 7471ATestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 9 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW9 4-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-3ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0043 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.63 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0047 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0053 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.15 J 6010BClient Sample ID: BW10 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-4ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0043 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.25 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0027 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.0045 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0062 J B 6010BClient Sample ID: BW10 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-51,1'-BiphenylRL220 ug/KgMDL16Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA4J25 8270C2-Methylnaphthalene 30 ug/Kg2.2 Total/NA4120 8270CAcenaphthene 30 ug/Kg3.4 Total/NA4290 8270CAnthracene 30 ug/Kg3.5 Total/NA490 8270CBenzo[a]anthracene 30 ug/Kg2.8 Total/NA4910 8270CBenzo[a]pyrene 30 ug/Kg2.9 Total/NA42200 8270CBenzo[b]fluoranthene 30 ug/Kg2.6 Total/NA43400 8270CBenzo[g,h,i]perylene 30 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA41100 8270CBenzo[k]fluoranthene 30 ug/Kg3.1 Total/NA4930 8270CChrysene 30 ug/Kg4.9 Total/NA41100 8270CDibenz(a,h)anthracene 30 ug/Kg3.0 Total/NA4240 8270CDibenzofuran 220 ug/Kg3.0 Total/NA444 J 8270CFluoranthene 30 ug/Kg2.5 Total/NA4940 8270CFluorene 30 ug/Kg2.4 Total/NA443 8270CIndeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 30 ug/Kg1.6 Total/NA4850 8270CNaphthalene 30 ug/Kg3.7 Total/NA494 8270CPhenanthrene 30 ug/Kg3.3 Total/NA4430 8270CPyrene 30 ug/Kg2.0 Total/NA41000 8270CAluminum 16 mg/Kg7.9 Total/NA11400 6010BArsenic 0.82 mg/Kg0.25 Total/NA11.9 6010BBarium 16 mg/Kg0.098 Total/NA111 J B 6010BBeryllium 0.41 mg/Kg0.035 Total/NA10.058 J 6010BCadmium 0.16 mg/Kg0.029 Total/NA10.062 J 6010BCalcium 410 mg/Kg24 Total/NA11400 6010BChromium 0.41 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA18.6 6010BCobalt 4.1 mg/Kg0.13 Total/NA11.4 J 6010BCopper 2.0 mg/Kg0.61 Total/NA18.7 6010BIron 8.2 mg/Kg4.0 Total/NA18100 6010BLead 0.25 mg/Kg0.16 Total/NA15.9 6010BMagnesium 410 mg/Kg5.3 Total/NA1510 6010BManganese 1.2 mg/Kg0.13 Total/NA191 6010BNickel 3.3 mg/Kg0.44 Total/NA110 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 10 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW10 2-4 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-5PotassiumRL410 mg/KgMDL5.1Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J B150 6010BSodium 410 mg/Kg54 Total/NA1100 J 6010BVanadium 4.1 mg/Kg0.17 Total/NA14.6 6010BZinc 1.6 mg/Kg0.82 Total/NA111 6010BMercury 0.11 mg/Kg0.017 Total/NA10.035 J 7471AClient Sample ID: BW10 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-6ArsenicRL0.50 mg/LMDL0.0032Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTCLP1J0.0046 6010BBarium 10 mg/L0.00067 TCLP10.18 J B 6010BCadmium 0.10 mg/L0.00066 TCLP10.0012 J 6010BChromium 0.50 mg/L0.0022 TCLP10.010 J 6010BLead 0.50 mg/L0.0019 TCLP10.0064 J 6010BSelenium 0.25 mg/L0.0041 TCLP10.0043 J B 6010BClient Sample ID: BW10 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-7Diesel Range Organics [C10 - C28]RL18 mg/KgMDL10Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA168 8015CTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 11 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-1Client Sample ID: BW9 0-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:45Percent Solids: 90.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.8 U H 2.8 0.31 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.72 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.8 U H2.8 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 2.8 U H5.5 0.72 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 5.5 U H2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U H2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.38 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.8 U H2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U H2.8 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U H11 0.77 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 12-Butanone (MEK) 11 U H11 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 12-Hexanone 11 U H11 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 11 U H11 3.5 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Acetone 11 U H2.8 0.13 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Benzene 2.8 U H2.8 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Bromoform 2.8 U H2.8 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Bromomethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Carbon disulfide 2.8 U H2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.8 U H2.8 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Chlorobenzene 2.8 U H2.8 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.48 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Chloroethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.16 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Chloroform 2.8 U H2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Chloromethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.8 U H2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.8 U H5.5 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Cyclohexane 5.5 U H2.8 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.14 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Ethylbenzene 2.8 U H2.8 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.8 U H2.8 0.088 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Isopropylbenzene 2.8 U H5.5 0.77 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Methyl acetate 5.5 U H2.8 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.8 U H5.5 0.17 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Methylcyclohexane 5.5 U H2.8 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Methylene Chloride 2.8 U H2.8 0.083 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Styrene 2.8 U H2.8 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Tetrachloroethene 2.8 U H *2.8 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Toluene 2.8 U H2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.8 U H *2.8 0.30 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.8 U H2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Trichloroethene 2.8 U H2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.8 U H2.8 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Vinyl chloride 2.8 U H5.5 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Xylenes, Total 5.5 U HTestAmerica CantonPage 12 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-1Client Sample ID: BW9 0-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:45Percent Solids: 90.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 91 58 - 123 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 80 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 108 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 96 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:03 167 - 125Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 21:59 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 87 80 - 121 03/31/14 21:59 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 88 03/31/14 21:59 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 87 03/31/14 21:59 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 97 03/31/14 21:59 180 - 120TestAmerica CantonPage 13 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-2Client Sample ID: BW9 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:50Percent Solids: 87.3Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 13 J 57 4.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier170 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 170 U170 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4-Dichlorophenol 170 U170 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4-Dimethylphenol 170 U370 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4-Dinitrophenol 370 U230 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 230 U230 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12,6-Dinitrotoluene 230 U57 0.51 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Chloronaphthalene 57 U57 9.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Chlorophenol 57 U7.6 0.57 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Methylnaphthalene 57230 12 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Methylphenol 230 U230 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Nitroaniline 230 U57 9.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 12-Nitrophenol 57 U450 23 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 13 & 4 Methylphenol 450 U110 20 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 110 U230 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 13-Nitroaniline 230 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 170 U57 15 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 57 U170 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol 170 U170 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Chloroaniline 170 U57 15 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 57 U230 30 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Nitroaniline 230 U370 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 14-Nitrophenol 370 U7.6 0.86 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Acenaphthene 937.6 0.40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Acenaphthylene 13110 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Acetophenone 12 J7.6 0.89 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Anthracene 47230 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Atrazine 230 U110 14 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzaldehyde 24 J7.6 0.71 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzo[a]anthracene 4307.6 0.73 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzo[a]pyrene 8107.6 0.67 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene 13007.6 0.40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 4107.6 0.77 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene 320110 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 110 U110 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 110 U110 2.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 110 U79 22 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 40 J B79 11 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Butyl benzyl phthalate 79 U370 42 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Caprolactam 370 U57 31 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Carbazole 57 U7.6 1.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Chrysene 4807.6 0.75 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 10057 0.75 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Dibenzofuran 26 J79 18 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Diethyl phthalate 79 U79 19 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Dimethyl phthalate 79 U79 17 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Di-n-butyl phthalate 35 J B79 9.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Di-n-octyl phthalate 79 UTestAmerica CantonPage 14 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-2Client Sample ID: BW9 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:50Percent Solids: 87.3Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLFluoranthene 480 7.6 0.62 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier7.6 0.60 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Fluorene 177.6 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Hexachlorobenzene 7.6 U57 6.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Hexachlorobutadiene 57 U370 9.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 370 U57 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Hexachloroethane 57 U7.6 0.40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 33057 15 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Isophorone 57 U7.6 0.93 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Naphthalene 48110 2.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Nitrobenzene 110 U57 7.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 57 U57 24 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 57 U170 10 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Pentachlorophenol 170 U7.6 0.83 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Phenanthrene 24057 8.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Phenol 16 J7.6 0.50 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Pyrene 4702,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 63 10 - 110 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 69 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 124 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 67 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 124 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 65 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 120 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 69 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 126 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 85 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 19:12 136 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 6100 19 9.1 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.95 0.37 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Antimony 0.58 J0.95 0.28 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Arsenic 1219 0.11 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Barium 120 B0.47 0.041 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Beryllium 0.620.19 0.034 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Cadmium 1.3470 27 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Calcium 100000.47 0.19 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Chromium 154.7 0.15 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Cobalt 6.82.4 0.70 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Copper 319.5 4.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Iron 200000.28 0.18 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Lead 150470 6.2 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Magnesium 32001.4 0.15 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Manganese 5603.8 0.51 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Nickel 43470 5.9 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Potassium 790 B0.47 0.43 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Selenium 0.730.47 0.095 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Silver 0.17 J470 62 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Sodium 210 J0.95 0.52 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Thallium 0.95 U4.7 0.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Vanadium 161.9 0.95 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:35 1Zinc 150TestAmerica CantonPage 15 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-2Client Sample ID: BW9 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:50Percent Solids: 87.3Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.25 0.13 0.019 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:47 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 16 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-3Client Sample ID: BW9 4-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:52Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 57 15 - 110 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 53 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 11 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 54 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 46 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 72 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:57 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0043 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Barium 0.63 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Cadmium 0.0047 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Chromium 0.0053 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Lead 0.15 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Selenium 0.25 U0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:54 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:26 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 17 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-4Client Sample ID: BW10 0-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:30Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 93 15 - 110 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 71 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 37 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 69 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 64 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 97 03/31/14 07:11 04/02/14 20:43 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0043 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Barium 0.25 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Cadmium 0.0027 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Chromium 0.0045 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Lead 0.50 U0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Selenium 0.0062 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 09:58 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:28 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 18 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-5Client Sample ID: BW10 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:35Percent Solids: 87.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 3.3 U H 3.3 0.37 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.85 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.26 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,1-Dichloroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.34 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,1-Dichloroethene 3.3 U H3.3 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 3.3 U H6.6 0.85 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 6.6 U H3.3 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 3.3 U H3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,2-Dichloroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.45 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,2-Dichloropropane 3.3 U H3.3 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 3.3 U H3.3 0.43 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 3.3 U H13 0.92 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 12-Butanone (MEK) 13 U H13 0.41 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 12-Hexanone 13 U H13 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 13 U H13 4.1 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Acetone 13 U H3.3 0.15 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Benzene 3.3 U H3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Bromoform 3.3 U H3.3 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Bromomethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.29 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Carbon disulfide 3.3 U H3.3 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Carbon tetrachloride 3.3 U H3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Chlorobenzene 3.3 U H3.3 0.36 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Chlorodibromomethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.56 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Chloroethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.19 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Chloroform 3.3 U H3.3 0.27 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Chloromethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.24 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.3 U H3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.3 U H6.6 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Cyclohexane 6.6 U H3.3 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Dichlorobromomethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.33 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.17 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Ethylbenzene 3.3 U H3.3 0.33 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Ethylene Dibromide 3.3 U H3.3 0.10 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Isopropylbenzene 3.3 U H6.6 0.92 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Methyl acetate 6.6 U H3.3 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 3.3 U H6.6 0.20 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Methylcyclohexane 6.6 U H3.3 0.44 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Methylene Chloride 3.3 U H3.3 0.098 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Styrene 3.3 U H3.3 0.34 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Tetrachloroethene 3.3 U H *3.3 0.18 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Toluene 3.3 U H3.3 0.27 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 3.3 U H *3.3 0.35 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 3.3 U H3.3 0.28 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Trichloroethene 3.3 U H3.3 0.22 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Trichlorofluoromethane 3.3 U H3.3 0.26 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Vinyl chloride 3.3 U H6.6 0.23 ug/Kg 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Xylenes, Total 6.6 U HTestAmerica CantonPage 19 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-5Client Sample ID: BW10 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:35Percent Solids: 87.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:451,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 88 58 - 123 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 78 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 109 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 99 03/24/14 13:45 03/27/14 06:46 167 - 125Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 11,2-Dichloroethane 0.025 U0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 12-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Benzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0065 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Carbon tetrachloride 0.025 U0.025 0.0075 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Chlorobenzene 0.025 U0.025 0.0080 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Chloroform 0.025 U0.025 0.015 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Tetrachloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.0085 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Trichloroethene 0.025 U0.025 0.011 mg/L 03/31/14 22:22 1Vinyl chloride 0.025 U1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 89 80 - 121 03/31/14 22:22 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 87 03/31/14 22:22 170 - 124Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 92 03/31/14 22:22 180 - 128Toluene-d8 (Surr) 97 03/31/14 22:22 180 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 25 J 220 16 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier670 110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4,5-Trichlorophenol 670 U670 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4,6-Trichlorophenol 670 U670 90 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4-Dichlorophenol 670 U670 90 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4-Dimethylphenol 670 U1500 94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4-Dinitrophenol 1500 U900 76 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,4-Dinitrotoluene 900 U900 94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42,6-Dinitrotoluene 900 U220 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Chloronaphthalene 220 U220 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Chlorophenol 220 U30 2.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Methylnaphthalene 120900 49 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Methylphenol 900 U900 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Nitroaniline 900 U220 37 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 42-Nitrophenol 220 U1800 90 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 43 & 4 Methylphenol 1800 U450 81 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 43,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 450 U900 72 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 43-Nitroaniline 900 U670 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 670 U220 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 220 U670 94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Chloro-3-methylphenol 670 U670 76 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Chloroaniline 670 U220 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 220 U900 120 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Nitroaniline 900 U1500 76 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 44-Nitrophenol 1500 U30 3.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Acenaphthene 290TestAmerica CantonPage 20 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-5Client Sample ID: BW10 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:35Percent Solids: 87.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)RL MDLAcenaphthylene 30 U 30 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier450 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Acetophenone 450 U30 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Anthracene 90900 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Atrazine 900 U450 54 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzaldehyde 450 U30 2.8 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzo[a]anthracene 91030 2.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzo[a]pyrene 220030 2.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzo[b]fluoranthene 340030 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 110030 3.1 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Benzo[k]fluoranthene 930450 43 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 450 U450 99 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 450 U450 9.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 450 U310 85 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 310 U310 45 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Butyl benzyl phthalate 310 U1500 170 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Caprolactam 1500 U220 120 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Carbazole 220 U30 4.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Chrysene 110030 3.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 240220 3.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Dibenzofuran 44 J310 72 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Diethyl phthalate 310 U310 76 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Dimethyl phthalate 310 U310 67 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Di-n-butyl phthalate 310 U310 35 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Di-n-octyl phthalate 310 U30 2.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Fluoranthene 94030 2.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Fluorene 4330 9.4 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Hexachlorobenzene 30 U220 25 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Hexachlorobutadiene 220 U1500 36 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 1500 U220 40 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Hexachloroethane 220 U30 1.6 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 850220 58 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Isophorone 220 U30 3.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Naphthalene 94450 9.9 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Nitrobenzene 450 U220 28 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 220 U220 94 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 220 U670 41 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Pentachlorophenol 670 U30 3.3 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Phenanthrene 430220 33 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Phenol 220 U30 2.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Pyrene 10002,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 54 10 - 110 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 4Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 63 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 424 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 66 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 424 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 62 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 420 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 65 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 426 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 82 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 20:18 436 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 21 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-5Client Sample ID: BW10 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:35Percent Solids: 87.9Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP)RL MDLAluminum 1400 16 7.9 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.82 0.32 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Antimony 0.82 U0.82 0.25 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Arsenic 1.916 0.098 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Barium 11 J B0.41 0.035 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Beryllium 0.058 J0.16 0.029 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Cadmium 0.062 J410 24 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Calcium 14000.41 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Chromium 8.64.1 0.13 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Cobalt 1.4 J2.0 0.61 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Copper 8.78.2 4.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Iron 81000.25 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Lead 5.9410 5.3 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Magnesium 5101.2 0.13 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Manganese 913.3 0.44 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Nickel 10410 5.1 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Potassium 150 J B0.41 0.37 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Selenium 0.41 U0.41 0.082 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Silver 0.41 U410 54 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Sodium 100 J0.82 0.45 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Thallium 0.82 U4.1 0.17 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Vanadium 4.61.6 0.82 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 14:39 1Zinc 11Method: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)RL MDLMercury 0.035 J 0.11 0.017 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 09:50 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 22 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-6Client Sample ID: BW10 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:37Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) - TCLPRL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier0.020 0.00030 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00024 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.020 U0.020 0.00025 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 12,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.020 U0.0040 0.00017 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 12-Methylphenol 0.0040 U0.040 0.00080 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 13 & 4 Methylphenol 0.040 U0.020 0.000085 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Hexachlorobenzene 0.020 U0.020 0.00027 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Hexachlorobutadiene 0.020 U0.020 0.00019 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Hexachloroethane 0.020 U0.0040 0.000040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Nitrobenzene 0.0040 U0.040 0.00027 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Pentachlorophenol 0.040 U0.020 0.00035 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Pyridine 0.020 U2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 55 15 - 110 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 61 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 127 - 1102-Fluorophenol (Surr) 37 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 110 - 110Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 67 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 127 - 110Phenol-d5 (Surr) 62 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 120 - 110Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 85 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 12:21 138 - 110Method: 6010B - Metals (ICP) - TCLPRL MDLArsenic 0.0046 J 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier10 0.00067 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Barium 0.18 J B0.10 0.00066 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Cadmium 0.0012 J0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Chromium 0.010 J0.50 0.0019 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Lead 0.0064 J0.25 0.0041 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Selenium 0.0043 J B0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 10:03 1Silver 0.50 UMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) - TCLPRL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 09:29 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTestAmerica CantonPage 23 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35339-7Client Sample ID: BW10 6-8Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:40Percent Solids: 90.5Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)RL MDLC6-C10 110 U 110 51 ug/Kg 03/26/14 11:00 03/26/14 18:56 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult QualifierTrifluorotoluene (Surr) 60 40 - 139 03/26/14 11:00 03/26/14 18:56 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%RecoveryMethod: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)RL MDLDiesel Range Organics [C10 - C28] 68 18 10 mg/Kg 03/25/14 13:12 04/01/14 13:40 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifiero-Terphenyl (Surr) 75 40 - 160 03/25/14 13:12 04/01/14 13:40 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%RecoveryTestAmerica CantonPage 24 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (58-123) (52-136) (37-132) (67-125)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL91 80 108 96240-35339-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW9 0-288 78 109 99240-35339-5 BW10 2-479 87 100 98LCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample83 81 106 92MB 240-123823/3-A Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL84 90 91 100LCS 240-124658/4Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control SampleSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (80-121) (70-124) (80-128) (80-120)12DCE BFB DBFM TOL87 88 87 97240-35339-1Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW9 0-289 87 92 97240-35339-5 BW10 2-484 85 89 97LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method BlankSurrogate Legend12DCE = 1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr)BFB = 4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr)DBFM = Dibromofluoromethane (Surr)TOL = Toluene-d8 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH63 69 67 65 69 85240-35339-2Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW9 2-454 63 66 6562 82240-35339-5 BW10 2-482 76 80 8075 94LCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control SampleTestAmerica CantonPage 25 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (10-110) (24-110) (24-110) (20-110) (26-110) (36-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH55 79 79 77 80 108MB 240-123875/23-APercent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH95 78 31 72 67 100LCS 240-124527/14-APercent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)Lab Control Sample73 62 53 5966 82LCS 240-125270/4-A Lab Control Sample80 71 52 6668 98MB 240-124527/13-A Method Blank67 70 11 4573 98MB 240-125270/3-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Prep Type: TCLPMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (15-110) (27-110) (10-110) (27-110) (20-110) (38-110)TBP FBP 2FP NBZ PHL TPH57 53 11 54 46 72240-35339-3Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW9 4-893 71 37 6469 97240-35339-4 BW10 0-255 61 37 6267 85240-35339-6 BW10 4-6Surrogate LegendTBP = 2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr)FBP = 2-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr)2FP = 2-Fluorophenol (Surr)NBZ = Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr)PHL = Phenol-d5 (Surr)TPH = Terphenyl-d14 (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 26 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Surrogate SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (40-139) (40-139)TFT2 TFT260 60240-35339-7Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW10 6-891 91LCS 240-124056/2-A Lab Control Sample74 74MB 240-124056/1-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendTFT = Trifluorotoluene (Surr)Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)Prep Type: Total/NAMatrix: SolidLab Sample ID Client Sample ID (40-160)OTPH175240-35339-7Percent Surrogate Recovery (Acceptance Limits)BW10 6-891LCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample72MB 240-123937/13-A Method BlankSurrogate LegendOTPH = o-Terphenyl (Surr)TestAmerica CantonPage 27 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 123823RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 5.0 U 5.0 0.56 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane5.0 U 1.35.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1,2-Trichloroethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,1-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene10 U 1.310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloroethane5.0 U 0.695.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,2-Dichloropropane5.0 U 0.355.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,3-Dichlorobenzene5.0 U 0.665.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 11,4-Dichlorobenzene20 U 1.420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Butanone (MEK)20 U 0.6320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 12-Hexanone20 U 0.5420 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK)20 U 6.320 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Acetone5.0 U 0.235.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Benzene5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromoform5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Bromomethane5.0 U 0.445.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon disulfide5.0 U 0.375.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Carbon tetrachloride5.0 U 0.335.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorobenzene5.0 U 0.555.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chlorodibromomethane5.0 U 0.865.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroethane5.0 U 0.295.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloroform5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Chloromethane5.0 U 0.365.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene10 U 0.3310 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Cyclohexane5.0 U 0.285.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorobromomethane5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dichlorodifluoromethane5.0 U 0.265.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylbenzene5.0 U 0.505.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Ethylene Dibromide5.0 U 0.165.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Isopropylbenzene10 U 1.410 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl acetate5.0 U 0.435.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methyl tert-butyl ether10 U 0.3110 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylcyclohexane5.0 U 0.675.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Methylene Chloride5.0 U 0.155.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Styrene5.0 U 0.525.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Tetrachloroethene5.0 U 0.275.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene5.0 U 0.415.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene5.0 U 0.545.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene5.0 U 0.425.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichloroethene5.0 U 0.345.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Trichlorofluoromethane5.0 U 0.395.0 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Vinyl chloride10 U 0.3510 ug/Kg 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Xylenes, TotalTestAmerica CantonPage 28 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123823/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125 Prep Batch: 1238231,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 83 58 - 123 03/27/14 04:38 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 04:01Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery81 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136106 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13292 03/25/14 04:01 03/27/14 04:38 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1241251,1,1-Trichloroethane 25.0 26.8 ug/Kg 107 77 - 126AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 25.0 22.5 ug/Kg 90 77 - 1231,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane25.0 31.6 ug/Kg 127 80 - 1381,1,2-Trichloroethane 25.0 25.5 ug/Kg 102 80 - 1201,1-Dichloroethane 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 76 - 1201,1-Dichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 75 - 1351,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 25.0 23.7 ug/Kg 95 64 - 1241,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 25.0 25.6 ug/Kg 102 61 - 1321,2-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.1 ug/Kg 101 76 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane 25.0 21.0 ug/Kg 84 72 - 1201,2-Dichloropropane 25.0 23.5 ug/Kg 94 80 - 1201,3-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 104 78 - 1201,4-Dichlorobenzene 25.0 24.5 ug/Kg 98 75 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 50.0 43.2 ug/Kg 86 52 - 1312-Hexanone 50.0 42.8 ug/Kg 86 64 - 1364-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 50.0 44.4 ug/Kg 89 67 - 135Acetone 50.0 41.2 ug/Kg 82 41 - 137Benzene 25.0 25.8 ug/Kg 103 79 - 120Bromoform 25.0 26.4 ug/Kg 106 62 - 133Bromomethane 25.0 23.8 ug/Kg 95 42 - 136Carbon disulfide 25.0 27.0 ug/Kg 108 62 - 146Carbon tetrachloride 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 71 - 129Chlorobenzene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 78 - 120Chloroethane 25.0 21.4 ug/Kg 86 58 - 120Chloroform 25.0 24.1 ug/Kg 96 77 - 120Chloromethane 25.0 18.1 ug/Kg 73 50 - 120cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 26.2 ug/Kg 105 76 - 120cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 24.4 ug/Kg 98 74 - 128Cyclohexane 25.0 25.4 ug/Kg 101 66 - 120Dichlorobromomethane 25.0 24.8 ug/Kg 99 80 - 122Dichlorodifluoromethane 25.0 15.2 ug/Kg 61 26 - 120Ethylbenzene 25.0 28.3 ug/Kg 113 79 - 120Ethylene Dibromide 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Isopropylbenzene 25.0 28.6 ug/Kg 115 76 - 122Methyl acetate 125 97.1 ug/Kg 78 57 - 130Methyl tert-butyl ether 25.0 24.0 ug/Kg 96 49 - 165Methylcyclohexane 25.0 26.5 ug/Kg 106 70 - 126TestAmerica CantonPage 29 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124125/8Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125Methylene Chloride 25.0 25.2 ug/Kg 101 75 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitsm-Xylene & p-Xylene 25.0 29.2 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120o-Xylene 25.0 29.3 ug/Kg 117 80 - 120Styrene 25.0 26.9 ug/Kg 108 80 - 120Tetrachloroethene 25.0 30.8 * ug/Kg 123 79 - 120Toluene 25.0 27.5 ug/Kg 110 75 - 120trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 25.0 30.2 * ug/Kg 121 78 - 120trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 25.0 25.9 ug/Kg 103 73 - 131Trichloroethene 25.0 29.1 ug/Kg 116 79 - 120Trichlorofluoromethane 25.0 27.1 ug/Kg 108 57 - 146Vinyl chloride 25.0 19.7 ug/Kg 79 57 - 120Xylenes, Total 50.0 58.5 ug/Kg 117 80 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 58 - 123Surrogate79LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery874-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 52 - 136100Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 37 - 13298Toluene-d8 (Surr) 67 - 125Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124658/4Matrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 1246581,1-Dichloroethene 1.00 0.886 mg/L 89 71 - 133AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits1,2-Dichloroethane 1.00 0.976 mg/L 98 80 - 1202-Butanone (MEK) 2.00 1.93 mg/L 96 49 - 120Benzene 1.00 0.969 mg/L 97 80 - 120Carbon tetrachloride 1.00 0.988 mg/L 99 54 - 122Chlorobenzene 1.00 0.970 mg/L 97 80 - 120Chloroform 1.00 0.908 mg/L 91 80 - 123Tetrachloroethene 1.00 0.940 mg/L 94 79 - 134Trichloroethene 1.00 0.962 mg/L 96 78 - 130Vinyl chloride 1.00 0.792 mg/L 79 56 - 1201,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 80 - 121Surrogate84LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery904-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12491Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 128100Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL1,1-Dichloroethene 0.025 U 0.025 0.0095 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 11,2-DichloroethaneTestAmerica CantonPage 30 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124562/1-A MBMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658RL MDL2-Butanone (MEK) 0.25 U 0.25 0.029 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Benzene0.025 U 0.00650.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Carbon tetrachloride0.025 U 0.00750.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chlorobenzene0.025 U 0.00800.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Chloroform0.025 U 0.0150.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Tetrachloroethene0.025 U 0.00850.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Trichloroethene0.025 U 0.0110.025 mg/L 03/31/14 16:13 1Vinyl chloride1,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 84 80 - 121 03/31/14 16:13 1MB MBSurrogate Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery85 03/31/14 16:13 14-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 70 - 12489 03/31/14 16:13 1Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 80 - 12897 03/31/14 16:13 1Toluene-d8 (Surr) 80 - 120Method: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123875/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875RL MDL1,1'-Biphenyl 50 U 50 3.5 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier150 U 25150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol150 U 8.9150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dichlorophenol150 U 20150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dimethylphenol330 U 21330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dinitrophenol200 U 17200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,4-Dinitrotoluene200 U 21200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12,6-Dinitrotoluene50 U 0.4550 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Chloronaphthalene50 U 8.250 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Chlorophenol6.7 U 0.506.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Methylnaphthalene200 U 11200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Methylphenol200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Nitroaniline50 U 8.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Nitrophenol400 U 20400 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13 & 4 Methylphenol100 U 18100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13,3'-Dichlorobenzidine200 U 16200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 13-Nitroaniline150 U 9.2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Bromophenyl phenyl ether150 U 21150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chloro-3-methylphenol150 U 17150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chloroaniline50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether200 U 26200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Nitroaniline330 U 17330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 14-Nitrophenol6.7 U 0.766.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Acenaphthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1AcenaphthyleneTestAmerica CantonPage 31 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123875/23-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875RL MDLAcetophenone 100 U 100 9.2 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier6.7 U 0.786.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Anthracene200 U 9.1200 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Atrazine100 U 12100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzaldehyde6.7 U 0.636.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[a]anthracene6.7 U 0.646.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[a]pyrene6.7 U 0.596.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[b]fluoranthene6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[g,h,i]perylene6.7 U 0.686.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Benzo[k]fluoranthene100 U 9.5100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether100 U 22100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane100 U 2.0100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether26.8 J 1970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate70 U 1070 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Butyl benzyl phthalate330 U 37330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Caprolactam50 U 2750 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Carbazole6.7 U 1.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Chrysene6.7 U 0.666.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dibenz(a,h)anthracene50 U 0.6650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dibenzofuran16.5 J 1670 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Diethyl phthalate70 U 1770 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Dimethyl phthalate17.3 J 1570 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Di-n-butyl phthalate70 U 7.970 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Di-n-octyl phthalate6.7 U 0.556.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Fluoranthene6.7 U 0.536.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Fluorene6.7 U 2.16.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorobenzene50 U 5.650 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorobutadiene330 U 8.1330 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachlorocyclopentadiene50 U 9.050 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Hexachloroethane6.7 U 0.356.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene50 U 1350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Isophorone6.7 U 0.826.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Naphthalene100 U 2.2100 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Nitrobenzene50 U 6.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine50 U 2150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1N-Nitrosodiphenylamine150 U 9.1150 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Pentachlorophenol6.7 U 0.736.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenanthrene50 U 7.350 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenol6.7 U 0.446.7 ug/Kg 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Pyrene2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 55 10 - 110 03/27/14 11:05 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 09:59Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery79 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 11079 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11077 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11080 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 110108 03/25/14 09:59 03/27/14 11:05 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 32 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123875/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 1238751,1'-Biphenyl 667 518 ug/Kg 78 35 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 667 563 ug/Kg 84 25 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 667 553 ug/Kg 83 12 - 1102,4-Dichlorophenol 667 540 ug/Kg 81 39 - 1102,4-Dimethylphenol 667 613 ug/Kg 92 29 - 1102,4-Dinitrophenol 1330 404 ug/Kg 30 10 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 667 580 ug/Kg 87 48 - 1102,6-Dinitrotoluene 667 571 ug/Kg 86 45 - 1102-Chloronaphthalene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 32 - 1102-Chlorophenol 667 537 ug/Kg 81 37 - 1102-Methylnaphthalene 667 527 ug/Kg 79 36 - 1102-Methylphenol 667 534 ug/Kg 80 41 - 1102-Nitroaniline 667 561 ug/Kg 84 45 - 1102-Nitrophenol 667 515 ug/Kg 77 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 667 555 ug/Kg 83 40 - 1103,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 1330 967 ug/Kg 73 28 - 1103-Nitroaniline 667 494 ug/Kg 74 44 - 1104,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol 1330 583 ug/Kg 44 10 - 1104-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 667 529 ug/Kg 79 39 - 1104-Chloro-3-methylphenol 667 570 ug/Kg 85 48 - 1104-Chloroaniline 667 442 ug/Kg 66 30 - 1104-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 667 548 ug/Kg 82 40 - 1104-Nitroaniline 667 566 ug/Kg 85 48 - 1104-Nitrophenol 1330 1230 ug/Kg 92 28 - 110Acenaphthene 667 542 ug/Kg 81 38 - 110Acenaphthylene 667 514 ug/Kg 77 40 - 110Acetophenone 667 530 ug/Kg 79 40 - 110Anthracene 667 571 ug/Kg 86 48 - 110Atrazine 1330 1300 ug/Kg 97 66 - 127Benzaldehyde 1330 1140 ug/Kg 86 32 - 110Benzo[a]anthracene 667 548 ug/Kg 82 50 - 110Benzo[a]pyrene 667 590 ug/Kg 88 44 - 110Benzo[b]fluoranthene 667 595 ug/Kg 89 43 - 110Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 667 511 ug/Kg 77 51 - 110Benzo[k]fluoranthene 667 572 ug/Kg 86 38 - 105bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether 667 523 ug/Kg 78 29 - 110Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 667 536 ug/Kg 80 32 - 110Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 667 529 ug/Kg 79 34 - 110Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 667 627 ug/Kg 94 50 - 110Butyl benzyl phthalate 667 609 ug/Kg 91 51 - 110Caprolactam 1330 1180 ug/Kg 89 44 - 114Carbazole 667 563 ug/Kg 84 50 - 110Chrysene 667 553 ug/Kg 83 50 - 110Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 667 451 ug/Kg 68 51 - 110Dibenzofuran 667 529 ug/Kg 79 43 - 110Diethyl phthalate 667 588 ug/Kg 88 52 - 110Dimethyl phthalate 667 564 ug/Kg 85 50 - 110Di-n-butyl phthalate 667 584 ug/Kg 88 51 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 33 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123875/24-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196 Prep Batch: 123875Di-n-octyl phthalate 667 553 ug/Kg 83 48 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsFluoranthene 667 555 ug/Kg 83 51 - 110Fluorene 667 552 ug/Kg 83 46 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 667 506 ug/Kg 76 43 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 29 - 110Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 667 315 J ug/Kg 47 12 - 110Hexachloroethane 667 514 ug/Kg 77 30 - 110Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 667 466 ug/Kg 70 50 - 110Isophorone 667 511 ug/Kg 77 36 - 110Naphthalene 667 522 ug/Kg 78 36 - 110Nitrobenzene 667 529 ug/Kg 79 32 - 110N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 667 546 ug/Kg 82 38 - 110N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 1330 1080 ug/Kg 81 46 - 110Pentachlorophenol 1330 938 ug/Kg 70 10 - 110Phenanthrene 667 538 ug/Kg 81 49 - 110Phenol 667 545 ug/Kg 82 38 - 110Pyrene 667 585 ug/Kg 88 49 - 1102,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 10 - 110Surrogate82LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery762-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 24 - 110802-Fluorophenol (Surr) 24 - 11075Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11080Phenol-d5 (Surr) 26 - 11094Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 36 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124527/13-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 124527RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Pentachlorophenol2,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 80 15 - 110 04/03/14 13:17 1MB MBSurrogate03/31/14 07:11Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery71 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110TestAmerica CantonPage 34 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124527/13-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1245272-Fluorophenol (Surr) 52 10 - 110 04/03/14 13:17 1MB MBSurrogate03/31/14 07:11Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery68 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11066 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11098 03/31/14 07:11 04/03/14 13:17 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124527/14-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125096 Prep Batch: 1245271,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0563 mg/L 70 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0705 mg/L 88 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0683 mg/L 85 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0797 mg/L 100 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0587 mg/L 73 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0557 mg/L 70 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0600 mg/L 75 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0679 mg/L 85 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0578 mg/L 72 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0552 mg/L 69 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0625 mg/L 78 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.123 mg/L 77 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate95LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery782-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110312-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11072Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11067Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 110100Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-125270/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125604 Prep Batch: 125270RL MDL1,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0040 U 0.0040 0.00034 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.020 U 0.000300.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12,4,5-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000240.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12,4,6-Trichlorophenol0.020 U 0.000250.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12,4-Dinitrotoluene0.0040 U 0.000170.0040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12-Methylphenol0.020 U 0.000350.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Pyridine0.040 U 0.000800.040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 13 & 4 Methylphenol0.020 U 0.0000850.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Hexachlorobenzene0.020 U 0.000270.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Hexachlorobutadiene0.020 U 0.000190.020 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Hexachloroethane0.0040 U 0.0000400.0040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Nitrobenzene0.040 U 0.000270.040 mg/L 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1PentachlorophenolTestAmerica CantonPage 35 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8270C - Semivolatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-125270/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125604 Prep Batch: 1252702,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 67 15 - 110 04/08/14 11:08 1MB MBSurrogate04/04/14 10:04Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery70 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 11011 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 12-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11073 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11045 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11098 04/04/14 10:04 04/08/14 11:08 1Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-125270/4-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125604 Prep Batch: 1252701,4-Dichlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0398 mg/L 50 16 - 110AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limits2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0512 mg/L 64 35 - 1102,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.0800 0.0482 mg/L 60 36 - 1102,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.0800 0.0594 mg/L 74 49 - 1102-Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0478 mg/L 60 36 - 114Pyridine 0.0800 0.0522 mg/L 65 34 - 1103 & 4 Methylphenol 0.0800 0.0467 mg/L 58 38 - 110Hexachlorobenzene 0.0800 0.0508 mg/L 64 44 - 110Hexachlorobutadiene 0.0800 0.0414 mg/L 52 35 - 110Hexachloroethane 0.0800 0.0374 mg/L 47 34 - 110Nitrobenzene 0.0800 0.0514 mg/L 64 43 - 110Pentachlorophenol 0.160 0.0988 mg/L 62 10 - 1222,4,6-Tribromophenol (Surr) 15 - 110Surrogate73LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery622-Fluorobiphenyl (Surr) 27 - 110532-Fluorophenol (Surr) 10 - 11066Nitrobenzene-d5 (Surr) 27 - 11059Phenol-d5 (Surr) 20 - 11082Terphenyl-d14 (Surr) 38 - 110Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124056/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124029 Prep Batch: 124056RL MDLC6-C10 100 U 100 46 ug/Kg 03/26/14 11:00 03/26/14 12:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier100 U 46100 ug/Kg 03/26/14 11:00 03/26/14 12:51 1C6-C10Trifluorotoluene (Surr) 74 40 - 139 03/26/14 12:51 1MB MBSurrogate03/26/14 11:00Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%Recovery74 03/26/14 11:00 03/26/14 12:51 1Trifluorotoluene (Surr) 40 - 139TestAmerica CantonPage 36 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Gasoline Range Organics) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124056/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124029 Prep Batch: 124056Trifluorotoluene (Surr) 40 - 139Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%Recovery91Trifluorotoluene (Surr) 40 - 139Method: 8015C - Nonhalogenated Organics using GC/FID -Modified (Diesel Range Organics)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-123937/13-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637 Prep Batch: 123937RL MDLDiesel Range Organics [C10 - C28] 17 U 17 9.3 mg/Kg 03/25/14 13:12 03/31/14 15:06 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifiero-Terphenyl (Surr) 72 40 - 160 03/31/14 15:06 1MB MBSurrogate03/25/14 13:12Dil FacPrepared AnalyzedQualifier Limits%RecoveryClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-123937/14-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637 Prep Batch: 123937Diesel Range Organics [C10 - C28]83.3 77.0 mg/Kg 92 52 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.Limitso-Terphenyl (Surr) 40 - 160Surrogate91LCS LCSQualifier Limits%RecoveryMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124048/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048RL MDLAluminum 20 U 20 9.6 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier1.0 U 0.391.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Antimony1.0 U 0.301.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Arsenic0.170 J 0.1220 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Barium0.50 U 0.0430.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Beryllium0.20 U 0.0360.20 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cadmium500 U 29500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Calcium0.50 U 0.200.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Chromium5.0 U 0.165.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Cobalt2.5 U 0.742.5 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Copper10 U 4.910 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Iron0.30 U 0.190.30 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Lead500 U 6.5500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MagnesiumTestAmerica CantonPage 37 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124048/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048RL MDLManganese 1.5 U 1.5 0.16 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier4.0 U 0.544.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Nickel12.8 J 6.2500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Potassium0.50 U 0.450.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Selenium0.50 U 0.100.50 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Silver500 U 66500 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Sodium1.0 U 0.551.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Thallium5.0 U 0.215.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1Vanadium2.0 U 1.02.0 mg/Kg 03/26/14 10:45 03/27/14 13:51 1ZincClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124048/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359 Prep Batch: 124048Aluminum 200 191 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsAntimony 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Arsenic 200 188 mg/Kg 94 80 - 120Barium 200 192 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Beryllium 5.00 4.52 mg/Kg 90 80 - 120Cadmium 5.00 4.76 mg/Kg 95 80 - 120Calcium 5000 4660 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Chromium 20.0 19.3 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Cobalt 50.0 46.0 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Copper 25.0 23.3 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Iron 100 106 mg/Kg 106 80 - 120Lead 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Magnesium 5000 4600 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Manganese 50.0 48.0 mg/Kg 96 80 - 120Nickel 50.0 46.2 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Potassium 5000 4650 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Selenium 200 183 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Silver 5.00 4.92 mg/Kg 98 80 - 120Sodium 5000 4670 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Thallium 200 185 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Vanadium 50.0 46.7 mg/Kg 93 80 - 120Zinc 50.0 46.1 mg/Kg 92 80 - 120Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124584/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.00102 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1Lead0.25 U 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1SeleniumTestAmerica CantonPage 38 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 6010B - Metals (ICP) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124584/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLSilver 0.50 U 0.50 0.0022 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:09 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124584/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584Arsenic 2.00 2.02 mg/L 101 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsBarium 2.00 1.85 J mg/L 93 50 - 150Cadmium 0.0500 0.0499 J mg/L 100 50 - 150Chromium 0.200 0.193 J mg/L 96 50 - 150Lead 0.500 0.447 J mg/L 89 50 - 150Selenium 2.00 2.09 mg/L 105 50 - 150Silver 0.0500 0.0529 J mg/L 106 50 - 150Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124505/1-DMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124741 Prep Batch: 124584RL MDLArsenic 0.50 U 0.50 0.0032 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult Qualifier0.00218 J 0.0006710 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Barium0.10 U 0.000660.10 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Cadmium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Chromium0.50 U 0.00190.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Lead0.00562 J 0.00410.25 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1Selenium0.50 U 0.00220.50 mg/L 03/31/14 09:48 04/01/14 08:04 1SilverMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124593/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 08:58 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124593/3-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593Mercury 0.00500 0.00485 mg/L 97 50 - 150AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsTestAmerica CantonPage 39 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMethod: 7470A - Mercury (CVAA) (Continued)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: LB 240-124505/1-EMatrix: Solid Prep Type: TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124820 Prep Batch: 124593RL MDLMercury 0.0020 U 0.0020 0.00012 mg/L 03/31/14 15:25 04/01/14 08:56 1LB LBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierMethod: 7471A - Mercury (CVAA)Client Sample ID: Method BlankLab Sample ID: MB 240-124076/1-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076RL MDLMercury 0.10 U 0.10 0.015 mg/Kg 03/26/14 14:45 03/27/14 08:54 1MB MBAnalyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedDUnitResult QualifierClient Sample ID: Lab Control SampleLab Sample ID: LCS 240-124076/2-AMatrix: Solid Prep Type: Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236 Prep Batch: 124076Mercury 0.833 0.856 mg/Kg 103 73 - 121AnalyteLCS LCSDUnitResult Qualifier %RecSpikeAdded%Rec.LimitsTestAmerica CantonPage 40 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS VOAPrep Batch: 123823Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5035240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 Total/NASolid 5035240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 5035MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124125Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 123823240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 Total/NASolid 8260B 123823240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 8260BLCS 240-124125/8 Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8260B 123823MB 240-123823/3-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124562Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPAnalysis Batch: 124658Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8260B 124562240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 TCLPSolid 8260B 124562LB 240-124562/1-A MB Method Blank TCLPSolid 8260BLCS 240-124658/4 Lab Control Sample Total/NAGC/MS Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123875Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 3540C240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3540CMB 240-123875/23-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124196Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 123875240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 8270C 123875240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 8270C 123875LCS 240-123875/24-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 123875MB 240-123875/23-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124505Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPPrep Batch: 124527Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124505240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-124527/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 41 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC/MS Semi VOA (Continued)Prep Batch: 124527 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520CMB 240-124527/13-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124918Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124527240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPAnalysis Batch: 125096Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 124527LCS 240-124527/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 124527MB 240-124527/13-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 125270Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3520C 124505240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 3520C 124505240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 3520CLCS 240-125270/4-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3520CMB 240-125270/3-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 125604Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8270C 125270240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 8270C 125270240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 8270C 125270LCS 240-125270/4-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8270C 125270MB 240-125270/3-A Method Blank Total/NAGC VOAAnalysis Batch: 124029Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 124056LCS 240-124056/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8015C 124056MB 240-124056/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124056Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 5030A240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Total/NASolid 5030ALCS 240-124056/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 5030AMB 240-124056/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124065Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 124056240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Total/NASolid 8015C 124056LCS 240-124056/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8015C 124056MB 240-124056/1-A Method Blank Total/NAGC Semi VOAPrep Batch: 123937Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540C240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Total/NASolid 3540CLCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 42 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioGC Semi VOA (Continued)Prep Batch: 123937 (Continued)Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3540CMB 240-123937/13-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124637Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 123937LCS 240-123937/14-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 8015C 123937MB 240-123937/13-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124784Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 8015C 123937240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Total/NAMetalsPrep Batch: 124048Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3050B240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 3050B240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 3050BLCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3050BMB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124076Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471ALCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471AMB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124236Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7471A 124076240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 7471A 124076LCS 240-124076/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7471A 124076MB 240-124076/1-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124359Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124048240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid 6010B 124048LCS 240-124048/2-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124048MB 240-124048/1-A Method Blank Total/NALeach Batch: 124505Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 1311240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 1311240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 1311240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 1311LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 43 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314QC Association SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster OhioMetals (Continued)Prep Batch: 124584Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 3010A 124505240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 3010A 124505LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 3010ALCS 240-124584/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 3010AMB 240-124584/2-A Method Blank Total/NAPrep Batch: 124593Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124505240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124505LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470ALCS 240-124593/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470AMB 240-124593/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124741Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 6010B 124584240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 6010B 124584LB 240-124505/1-D Method Blank TCLPSolid 6010B 124584LCS 240-124584/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 6010B 124584MB 240-124584/2-A Method Blank Total/NAAnalysis Batch: 124820Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid 7470A 124593240-35339-3 BW9 4-8 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593240-35339-4 BW10 0-2 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593240-35339-6 BW10 4-6 TCLPSolid 7470A 124593LB 240-124505/1-E Method Blank TCLPSolid 7470A 124593LCS 240-124593/3-A Lab Control Sample Total/NASolid 7470A 124593MB 240-124593/2-A Method Blank Total/NAGeneral ChemistryAnalysis Batch: 123764Lab Sample ID Client Sample ID Prep Type Matrix Method Prep BatchSolid Moisture240-35339-1 BW9 0-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35339-1 DU BW9 0-2 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35339-2 BW9 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35339-5 BW10 2-4 Total/NASolid Moisture240-35339-7 BW10 6-8 Total/NATestAmerica CantonPage 44 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW9 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-1Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:45Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 21:59 RJQ TAL CANTCLPPrep 5035 123823 03/24/14 13:45 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124125 03/27/14 06:03 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW9 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-2Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:50Percent Solids: 87.3Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 3540C 03/25/14 09:59 MPM123875 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 1 124196 03/27/14 19:12 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:35 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:47 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW9 4-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-3Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 09:52Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 125270 04/04/14 10:04 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 125604 04/08/14 11:57 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:54 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:26 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW10 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:30Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 124527 03/31/14 07:11 CSC TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 124918 04/02/14 20:43 JMG TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 45 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. 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TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW10 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:30Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 3010A 03/31/14 09:48 DEE124584 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 09:58 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:28 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPClient Sample ID: BW10 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-5Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:35Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 17:30 DRJ124562 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPAnalysis 8260B 1 124658 03/31/14 22:22 RJQ TAL CANTCLPPrep 5035 123823 03/24/14 13:45 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8260B 1 124125 03/27/14 06:46 TJL2 TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123875 03/25/14 09:59 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8270C 4 124196 03/27/14 20:18 JMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3050B 124048 03/26/14 10:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 6010B 1 124359 03/27/14 14:39 RKT TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 7471A 124076 03/26/14 14:45 DEE TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 7471A 1 124236 03/27/14 09:50 AMM2 TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NAClient Sample ID: BW10 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:37Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Leach 1311 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ124505 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTCLPPrep 3520C 125270 04/04/14 10:04 RTR TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 8270C 1 125604 04/08/14 12:21 MRU TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 3010A 124584 03/31/14 09:48 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 6010B 1 124741 04/01/14 10:03 KLC TAL CANTCLPLeach 1311 124505 03/30/14 16:00 DRJ TAL CANTCLPPrep 7470A 124593 03/31/14 15:25 DEE TAL CANTCLPAnalysis 7470A 1 124820 04/01/14 09:29 AMM2 TAL CANTCLPTestAmerica CantonPage 46 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Lab ChronicleClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioClient Sample ID: BW10 6-8 Lab Sample ID: 240-35339-7Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/21/14 10:40Percent Solids: 90.5Date Received: 03/24/14 09:45Prep 5030A 03/26/14 11:00 KMG124056 TAL CANTypeBatch BatchMethodPrep Type LabAnalystRunPreparedor AnalyzedBatchNumberDilutionFactorTotal/NAAnalysis 8015C 1 124065 03/26/14 18:56 KMG TAL CANTotal/NAPrep 3540C 123937 03/25/14 13:12 MPM TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis 8015C 1 124784 04/01/14 13:40 DEB TAL CANTotal/NAAnalysis Moisture 1 123764 03/24/14 15:29 NJE TAL CANTotal/NALaboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 47 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Certification SummaryClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35339-1Project/Site: Lancaster OhioLaboratory: TestAmerica CantonAll certifications held by this laboratory are listed. Not all certifications are applicable to this report.Authority Program EPA Region Certification ID Expiration DateCalifornia 01144CA9NELAP 06-30-14Connecticut State Program 1 PH-0590 12-31-14Florida NELAP 4 E87225 06-30-14Georgia State Program 4 N/A 06-30-14Illinois NELAP 5 200004 07-31-14Kansas NELAP 7 E-10336 03-31-14 *Kentucky (UST) State Program 4 58 06-30-14L-A-B DoD ELAP L2315 07-18-16Minnesota NELAP 5 039-999-348 12-31-14Nevada State Program 9 OH-000482008A 07-31-14New Jersey NELAP 2 OH001 06-30-14New York NELAP 2 10975 03-31-14 *Ohio VAP State Program 5 CL0024 10-31-15Pennsylvania NELAP 3 68-00340 08-31-14Texas NELAP 6 08-31-14USDA Federal P330-13-00319 11-26-16Virginia NELAP 3 460175 09-14-14Washington State Program 10 C971 01-12-15West Virginia DEP State Program 3 210 12-31-14Wisconsin State Program 5 999518190 08-31-14TestAmerica Canton* Expired certification is currently pending renewal and is considered valid.Page 48 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Page 49 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Page 50 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Page 51 of 51 4/9/20141234567891011121314Appendix I Soil analytical results for borings BW-7A, BW-8A, BW-9A and BW-10A and water analytical results for temporary monitoring wells BW-1 and BW-2 ANALYTICAL REPORTTestAmerica Laboratories, Inc.TestAmerica Canton4101 Shuffel Street NWNorth Canton, OH 44720Tel: (330)497-9396TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioFor:Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.98 County Line Road WestSuite CWesterville, Ohio 43082Attn: Ms. Linda AllerAuthorized for release by:4/14/2014 3:59:37 PMMark Loeb, Project Manager II(330)966-9387mark.loeb@testamericainc.comThis report has been electronically signed and authorized by the signatory. Electronic signature isintended to be the legally binding equivalent of a traditionally handwritten signature.Results relate only to the items tested and the sample(s) as received by the laboratory.1234567891011121314https://secure.testamericainc.com/TotalAccess/login.aspxhttp://www.testamericainc.com/AskTheExpert/Expert_index.htmhttp://www.testamericainc.commailto:mark.loeb@testamericainc.comTable of ContentsClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Page 2 of 48TestAmerica Canton4/14/2014Cover Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Definitions/Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Case Narrative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Method Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Sample Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Detection Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Client Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Surrogate Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28QC Sample Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29QC Association Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Lab Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42Certification Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Chain of Custody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451234567891011121314Definitions/GlossaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioQualifiersGC/MS VOAQualifier DescriptionU Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.Qualifier* LCS or LCSD exceeds the control limitsJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.B Compound was found in the blank and sample.MetalsQualifier DescriptionB Compound was found in the blank and sample.QualifierJ Result is less than the RL but greater than or equal to the MDL and the concentration is an approximate value.U Indicates the analyte was analyzed for but not detected.4 MS, MSD: The analyte present in the original sample is greater than 4 times the matrix spike concentration; therefore, control limits are not applicable.F1 MS and/or MSD Recovery exceeds the control limitsGlossaryThese commonly used abbreviations may or may not be present in this report. Listed under the "D" column to designate that the result is reported on a dry weight basisAbbreviation%R Percent RecoveryCNF Contains no Free LiquidDER Duplicate error ratio (normalized absolute difference)Dil Fac Dilution FactorDL, RA, RE, IN Indicates a Dilution, Re-analysis, Re-extraction, or additional Initial metals/anion analysis of the sampleDLC Decision level concentrationMDA Minimum detectable activityEDL Estimated Detection LimitMDC Minimum detectable concentrationMDL Method Detection LimitML Minimum Level (Dioxin)NC Not CalculatedND Not detected at the reporting limit (or MDL or EDL if shown)PQL Practical Quantitation LimitQC Quality ControlRER Relative error ratioRL Reporting Limit or Requested Limit (Radiochemistry)RPD Relative Percent Difference, a measure of the relative difference between two pointsTEF Toxicity Equivalent Factor (Dioxin)TEQ Toxicity Equivalent Quotient (Dioxin)TestAmerica CantonPage 3 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioJob ID: 240-35621-1Laboratory: TestAmerica CantonNarrativeCASE NARRATIVEClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project: Lancaster, OhioReport Number: 240-35621-1With the exceptions noted as flags or footnotes, standard analytical protocols were followed in the analysis of the samples and no problems were encountered or anomalies observed. In addition all laboratory quality control samples were within established control limits, with any exceptions noted below. Each sample was analyzed to achieve the lowest possible reporting limit within the constraints of the method. In some cases, due to interference or analytes present at high concentrations, samples were diluted. For diluted samples, the reporting limits are adjusted relative to the dilution required.TestAmerica Canton attests to the validity of the laboratory data generated by TestAmerica facilities reported herein. All analyses performed by TestAmerica facilities were done using established laboratory SOPs that incorporate QA/QC procedures described in the application methods. TestAmericas operations groups have reviewed the data for compliance with the laboratory QA/QC plan, and data have been found to be compliant with laboratory protocols unless otherwise noted below.The test results in this report meet all NELAP requirements for parameters for which accreditation is required or available. Any exceptions to NELAP requirements are noted in this report. Pursuant to NELAP, this report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the laboratory.Calculations are performed before rounding to avoid round-off errors in calculated results.All holding times were met and proper preservation noted for the methods performed on these samples, unless otherwise detailed in the individual sections below.All solid sample results are reported on an "as received" basis unless otherwise indicated by the presence of a % solids value in the method header.This laboratory report is confidential and is intended for the sole use of TestAmerica and its client.RECEIPTThe samples were received on 4/1/2014 9:40 AM; the samples arrived in good condition, properly preserved and, where required, on ice. The temperature of the cooler at receipt was 1.6 C.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW7A 2-4 (240-35621-1), BW8A 4-6 (240-35621-2), BW9A 0-2 (240-35621-3) and BW10A 2-4 (240-35621-4) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were prepared on 04/01/2014 and analyzed on 04/02/2014. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene was detected in method blank MB 240-124999/6 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Bromomethane failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-124999/5. This compound has been identified as a poor performing analyte when analyzed using this method; therefore, re-extraction/re-analysis was not performed. These results have been reported and qualified.An additional 5 mls of methanol was added to these samples, due to heavy sample weights.TestAmerica CantonPage 4 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioJob ID: 240-35621-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)Insufficient sample volume was available to perform a matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate/sample duplicate (MS/MSD/DUP) associated with batch 124999 on these samples BW10A 2-4 (240-35621-4), BW7A 2-4 (240-35621-1), BW8A 4-6 (240-35621-2), BW9A 0-2 (240-35621-3).No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (GCMS)Samples BW4 (240-35621-5), BW1 (240-35621-6) and TRIP BLANK (240-35621-8) were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (GCMS) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 8260B. The samples were analyzed on 04/07/2014 and 04/09/2014. Acetone was detected in method blank MB 240-125462/5 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Methylene Chloride was detected in method blank MB 240-125725/6 at a level that was above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The value should be considered an estimate, and has been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Chloroethane and Trichlorofluoromethane failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-125462/4. These analytes have been identified as a poor performing analytes when analyzed using this method; therefore, re-extraction/re-analysis was not performed.2-Butanone (MEK) failed the recovery criteria high for LCS 240-125725/4. This analyte was biased high in the LCS and was not detected in the associated samples; therefore, the data has been reported.No other difficulties were encountered during the VOCs analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.DISSOLVED METALS (ICP)Samples BW1 (240-35621-6) and BW4 (240-35621-7) were analyzed for dissolved metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/03/2014. Calcium and Iron failed the recovery criteria high for the MSD of sample BW4MSD (240-35621-7) in batch 240-125100.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL RECOVERABLE METALS (ICP)Samples BW4 (240-35621-5) and BW1 (240-35621-6) were analyzed for total recoverable metals (ICP) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Method 6010B. The samples were prepared on 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/03/2014. Barium, Calcium and Zinc were detected in method blank MB 240-124891/1-A at levels that were above the method detection limit but below the reporting limit. The values should be considered estimates, and have been flagged. If the associated sample reported a result above the MDL and/or RL, the result has been flagged. Refer to the QC report for details.Samples BW4 (240-35621-5)[5X] and BW1 (240-35621-6)[5X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No other difficulties were encountered during the metals analysis. All other quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.DISSOLVED MERCURY (CVAA)Samples BW1 (240-35621-6) and BW4 (240-35621-7) were analyzed for dissolved mercury (CVAA) in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 7470A. The samples were prepared on 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/03/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TOTAL MERCURYSamples BW4 (240-35621-5) and BW1 (240-35621-6) were analyzed for total mercury in accordance with EPA SW-846 Methods 7470A. TestAmerica CantonPage 5 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Case NarrativeClient: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc. TestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioJob ID: 240-35621-1 (Continued)Laboratory: TestAmerica Canton (Continued)The samples were prepared on 04/02/2014 and analyzed on 04/03/2014. Samples BW4 (240-35621-5)[2X] and BW1 (240-35621-6)[10X] required dilution prior to analysis. The reporting limits have been adjusted accordingly.No difficulties were encountered during the mercury analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.PERCENT SOLIDSSamples BW7A 2-4 (240-35621-1), BW8A 4-6 (240-35621-2), BW9A 0-2 (240-35621-3) and BW10A 2-4 (240-35621-4) were analyzed for percent solids in accordance with EPA Method 160.3 MOD. The samples were analyzed on 04/01/2014. No difficulties were encountered during the % solids analysis. All quality control parameters were within the acceptance limits.TestAmerica CantonPage 6 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Method SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioMethod Method Description LaboratoryProtocolSW8468260B Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS) TAL CANSW8466010B Metals (ICP) TAL CANSW8467470A Mercury (CVAA) TAL CANEPAMoisture Percent Moisture TAL CANProtocol References:EPA = US Environmental Protection AgencySW846 = "Test Methods For Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", Third Edition, November 1986 And Its Updates.Laboratory References:TAL CAN = TestAmerica Canton, 4101 Shuffel Street NW, North Canton, OH 44720, TEL (330)497-9396TestAmerica CantonPage 7 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Sample SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID Client Sample ID ReceivedCollectedMatrix240-35621-1 BW7A 2-4 Solid 03/31/14 07:20 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-2 BW8A 4-6 Solid 03/31/14 07:35 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-3 BW9A 0-2 Solid 03/31/14 07:50 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-4 BW10A 2-4 Solid 03/31/14 08:00 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-5 BW4 Water 03/31/14 09:30 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-6 BW1 Water 03/31/14 10:10 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-7 BW4 Water 03/31/14 10:55 04/01/14 09:40240-35621-8 TRIP BLANK Water 03/31/14 00:00 04/01/14 09:40TestAmerica CantonPage 8 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioClient Sample ID: BW7A 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-1 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW8A 4-6 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-2 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW9A 0-2 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-3AcetoneRL12 ug/KgMDL3.8Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J7.0 8260BMethylene Chloride 3.0 ug/Kg0.40 Total/NA10.41 J 8260BClient Sample ID: BW10A 2-4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-4 No Detections.Client Sample ID: BW4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-52-Butanone (MEK)RL10 ug/LMDL0.57Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J0.61 8260BAcetone 10 ug/L1.1 Total/NA14.0 J B 8260BAluminum 200 ug/L97 Total Recoverable1100000 6010BAntimony 10 ug/L2.1 Total Recoverable135 6010BArsenic 10 ug/L3.2 Total Recoverable1700 6010BBarium 200 ug/L0.67 Total Recoverable14900 B 6010BBeryllium 5.0 ug/L0.46 Total Recoverable19.9 6010BCadmium 2.0 ug/L0.66 Total Recoverable11200 6010BCalcium 5000 ug/L130 Total Recoverable1250000 B 6010BChromium 5.0 ug/L2.2 Total Recoverable11300 6010BCobalt 7.0 ug/L1.7 Total Recoverable1120 6010BCopper 25 ug/L4.5 Total Recoverable13100 6010BIron 100 ug/L81 Total Recoverable1480000 6010BLead 15 ug/L9.5 Total Recoverable518000 6010BMagnesium 5000 ug/L34 Total Recoverable144000 6010BManganese 15 ug/L0.96 Total Recoverable16000 6010BNickel 40 ug/L3.2 Total Recoverable1690 6010BPotassium 5000 ug/L72 Total Recoverable119000 6010BSelenium 5.0 ug/L4.1 Total Recoverable17000 6010BSilver 5.0 ug/L2.2 Total Recoverable1850 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 9 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioClient Sample ID: BW4 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-5SodiumRL5000 ug/LMDL590Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal Recoverable159000 6010BThallium 10 ug/L4.7 Total Recoverable17.7 J 6010BVanadium 7.0 ug/L2.4 Total Recoverable1250 6010BZinc 250 ug/L25 Total Recoverable529000 B 6010BMercury 0.40 ug/L0.24 Total/NA216 7470AClient Sample ID: BW1 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-6AcetoneRL10 ug/LMDL1.1Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J B3.0 8260BCarbon disulfide 1.0 ug/L0.13 Total/NA10.69 J 8260BAluminum 200 ug/L97 Total Recoverable159000 6010BAntimony 10 ug/L2.1 Total Recoverable120 6010BArsenic 10 ug/L3.2 Total Recoverable1210 6010BBarium 200 ug/L0.67 Total Recoverable16300 B 6010BBeryllium 5.0 ug/L0.46 Total Recoverable14.5 J 6010BCadmium 2.0 ug/L0.66 Total Recoverable118 6010BCalcium 5000 ug/L130 Total Recoverable1350000 B 6010BChromium 5.0 ug/L2.2 Total Recoverable1800 6010BCobalt 7.0 ug/L1.7 Total Recoverable124 6010BCopper 25 ug/L4.5 Total Recoverable1770 6010BIron 100 ug/L81 Total Recoverable1230000 6010BLead 3.0 ug/L1.9 Total Recoverable14500 6010BMagnesium 5000 ug/L34 Total Recoverable159000 6010BManganese 15 ug/L0.96 Total Recoverable12800 6010BNickel 40 ug/L3.2 Total Recoverable1110 6010BPotassium 5000 ug/L72 Total Recoverable126000 6010BSelenium 5.0 ug/L4.1 Total Recoverable114 6010BSilver 5.0 ug/L2.2 Total Recoverable19.7 6010BSodium 5000 ug/L590 Total Recoverable1330000 6010BVanadium 7.0 ug/L2.4 Total Recoverable168 6010BZinc 250 ug/L25 Total Recoverable511000 B 6010BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 10 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Detection SummaryTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioClient Sample ID: BW1 (Continued) Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-6ArsenicRL10 ug/LMDL3.2Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeDissolved1J7.8 6010BBarium 200 ug/L0.67 Dissolved1400 B 6010BCalcium 5000 ug/L130 Dissolved1290000 B 6010BChromium 5.0 ug/L2.2 Dissolved13.3 J 6010BIron 100 ug/L81 Dissolved115000 6010BLead 3.0 ug/L1.9 Dissolved12.7 J 6010BMagnesium 5000 ug/L34 Dissolved145000 6010BManganese 15 ug/L0.96 Dissolved11000 6010BNickel 40 ug/L3.2 Dissolved14.9 J 6010BPotassium 5000 ug/L72 Dissolved117000 6010BSodium 5000 ug/L590 Dissolved1360000 6010BZinc 50 ug/L5.0 Dissolved147 J B 6010BMercury 2.0 ug/L1.2 Total/NA1046 7470AClient Sample ID: BW4 Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-7ArsenicRL10 ug/LMDL3.2Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeDissolved143 6010BBarium 200 ug/L0.67 Dissolved1210 B 6010BCalcium 5000 ug/L130 Dissolved1160000 B 6010BCobalt 7.0 ug/L1.7 Dissolved13.7 J 6010BIron 100 ug/L81 Dissolved15100 6010BMagnesium 5000 ug/L34 Dissolved123000 6010BManganese 15 ug/L0.96 Dissolved11100 6010BNickel 40 ug/L3.2 Dissolved19.4 J 6010BPotassium 5000 ug/L72 Dissolved18700 6010BSelenium 5.0 ug/L4.1 Dissolved14.9 J 6010BSodium 5000 ug/L590 Dissolved162000 6010BZinc 50 ug/L5.0 Dissolved1130 B 6010BClient Sample ID: TRIP BLANK Lab Sample ID: 240-35621-8Methylene ChlorideRL1.0 ug/LMDL0.33Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep TypeTotal/NA1J B0.41 8260BTestAmerica CantonThis Detection Summary does not include radiochemical test results.Page 11 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35621-1Client Sample ID: BW7A 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/31/14 07:20Percent Solids: 88.3Date Received: 04/01/14 09:40Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.8 U 2.8 0.31 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.72 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.22 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.29 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.8 U2.8 0.15 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 2.8 U5.6 0.72 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 5.6 U2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.38 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.8 U2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U2.8 0.37 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.8 U11 0.78 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 12-Butanone (MEK) 11 U11 0.35 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 12-Hexanone 11 U11 0.30 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 11 U11 3.5 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Acetone 11 U2.8 0.13 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Benzene 2.8 U2.8 0.18 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Bromoform 2.8 U2.8 0.30 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Bromomethane 2.8 U *2.8 0.24 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Carbon disulfide 2.8 U2.8 0.21 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.8 U2.8 0.18 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Chlorobenzene 2.8 U2.8 0.31 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.8 U2.8 0.48 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Chloroethane 2.8 U2.8 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Chloroform 2.8 U2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Chloromethane 2.8 U2.8 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.8 U2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.8 U5.6 0.18 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Cyclohexane 5.6 U2.8 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.8 U2.8 0.28 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.8 U2.8 0.14 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Ethylbenzene 2.8 U2.8 0.28 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.8 U2.8 0.089 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Isopropylbenzene 2.8 U5.6 0.78 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Methyl acetate 5.6 U2.8 0.24 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.8 U5.6 0.17 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Methylcyclohexane 5.6 U2.8 0.37 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Methylene Chloride 2.8 U2.8 0.084 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Styrene 2.8 U2.8 0.29 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Tetrachloroethene 2.8 U2.8 0.15 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Toluene 2.8 U2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.8 U2.8 0.30 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.8 U2.8 0.23 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Trichloroethene 2.8 U2.8 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.8 U2.8 0.22 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Vinyl chloride 2.8 U5.6 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Xylenes, Total 5.6 UTestAmerica CantonPage 12 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35621-1Client Sample ID: BW7A 2-4Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/31/14 07:20Percent Solids: 88.3Date Received: 04/01/14 09:401,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 111 58 - 123 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 100 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 87 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 95 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:21 167 - 125TestAmerica CantonPage 13 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35621-2Client Sample ID: BW8A 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/31/14 07:35Percent Solids: 85.0Date Received: 04/01/14 09:40Method: 8260B - Volatile Organic Compounds (GC/MS)RL MDL1,1,1-Trichloroethane 2.3 U 2.3 0.26 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Analyte Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedUnit DResult Qualifier2.3 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.60 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.18 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,1,2-Trichloroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.17 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,1-Dichloroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.24 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,1-Dichloroethene 2.3 U2.3 0.13 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 2.3 U4.6 0.60 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane 4.6 U2.3 0.17 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,2-Dichlorobenzene 2.3 U2.3 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,2-Dichloroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.32 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,2-Dichloropropane 2.3 U2.3 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,3-Dichlorobenzene 2.3 U2.3 0.31 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 11,4-Dichlorobenzene 2.3 U9.3 0.65 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 12-Butanone (MEK) 9.3 U9.3 0.29 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 12-Hexanone 9.3 U9.3 0.25 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 14-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) 9.3 U9.3 2.9 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Acetone 9.3 U2.3 0.11 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Benzene 2.3 U2.3 0.15 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Bromoform 2.3 U2.3 0.25 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Bromomethane 2.3 U *2.3 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Carbon disulfide 2.3 U2.3 0.17 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Carbon tetrachloride 2.3 U2.3 0.15 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Chlorobenzene 2.3 U2.3 0.26 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Chlorodibromomethane 2.3 U2.3 0.40 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Chloroethane 2.3 U2.3 0.13 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Chloroform 2.3 U2.3 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Chloromethane 2.3 U2.3 0.17 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.3 U2.3 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.3 U4.6 0.15 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Cyclohexane 4.6 U2.3 0.13 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Dichlorobromomethane 2.3 U2.3 0.23 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Dichlorodifluoromethane 2.3 U2.3 0.12 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Ethylbenzene 2.3 U2.3 0.23 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Ethylene Dibromide 2.3 U2.3 0.074 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Isopropylbenzene 2.3 U4.6 0.65 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Methyl acetate 4.6 U2.3 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Methyl tert-butyl ether 2.3 U4.6 0.14 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Methylcyclohexane 4.6 U2.3 0.31 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Methylene Chloride 2.3 U2.3 0.070 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Styrene 2.3 U2.3 0.24 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Tetrachloroethene 2.3 U2.3 0.13 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Toluene 2.3 U2.3 0.19 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 2.3 U2.3 0.25 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 2.3 U2.3 0.20 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Trichloroethene 2.3 U2.3 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Trichlorofluoromethane 2.3 U2.3 0.18 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Vinyl chloride 2.3 U4.6 0.16 ug/Kg 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Xylenes, Total 4.6 UTestAmerica CantonPage 14 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35621-2Client Sample ID: BW8A 4-6Matrix: SolidDate Collected: 03/31/14 07:35Percent Solids: 85.0Date Received: 04/01/14 09:401,2-Dichloroethane-d4 (Surr) 105 58 - 123 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 1Surrogate Dil FacAnalyzedPreparedQualifier Limits%Recovery4-Bromofluorobenzene (Surr) 91 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 152 - 136Dibromofluoromethane (Surr) 86 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 137 - 132Toluene-d8 (Surr) 95 04/01/14 17:00 04/02/14 22:42 167 - 125TestAmerica CantonPage 15 of 48 4/14/20141234567891011121314Client Sample ResultsTestAmerica Job ID: 240-35621-1Client: Bennett & Williams Env. Consultants Inc.Project/Site: Lancaster, OhioLab Sample ID: 240-35621-3Client Sample ID: BW