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Parker Environmental Corporation
Parker Environmental Corporation
Creative Solutions for a Complicated Environment
October 28, 2010
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
Central Regional Office
Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup
Attn: Kevin Daoust
627 Main Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01608
Re:
Phase IV Completion Report
Phase V Status Report
Asa Waters Mansion
123 Elm Street
Millbury, Massachusetts
RTN 2-13765/2-0016809
Dear Mr. Daoust:
On behalf of the Town of Millbury (Millbury), Parker Environmental Corporation (PEC) has prepared the attached
Phase IV Remedy Implementation Plan Completion Report including Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup (BWSC) Form
108, for the above referenced location. The Licensed Site Professional (LSP) is Mr. Scott Parker of Parker
Environmental.
The enclosed Phase IV Completion Report summarizes the installation and initial operation of the remedial system.
Should you have any questions or require any further information relative to this submittal, please feel free to
contact Mr. Scott Parker of Parker Environmental at 978-273-4263 at your earliest convenience.
By copy of this cover letter the Millbury Board of Health and the Chief Municipal Officer of Millbury are notified
of the availability of this document at the Central Regional Office of the Massachusetts Department of
Environmental Protection.
Sincerely,
PARKER ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION
Scott Parker L.S.P
Project Manager
Cc:
Scott
Parker
Digitally signed by Scott Parker
DN: cn=Scott Parker, o=Parker
Environmental Corporation, ou,
[email protected],
c=US
Date: 2010.11.03 15:21:39 -04'00'
Mr. Robert Spain, Town Manager, Town of Millbury, 127 Elm Street, Millbury 01527
Ms. Therese O’Brien, Head Clerk, Board of Health, 127 Elm Street, Millbury 01527
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P.O. Box 583 Clinton, MA 01510
tel. 978-273-4263
fax 978-365-9378
www.parkerenv.com
Parker Environmental Corporation
Creative Solutions for a Complicated Environment
PHASE IV REMEDY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
COMPLETION REPORT
PHASE V STATUS REPORT
ASA WATERS MANSION
123 ELM STREET
MILLBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
MA DEP RTN 2-13765/2-0016809
Prepared For:
Town of Millbury
123 Elm Street
Millbury, MA 01527
(508) 865-4710
Robert Spain
Prepared by:
Parker Environmental Corporation
97 Walnut Street
Clinton MA 01564
(978) 273-4263
Scott Parker
February 2009
PEC Project No. 060902
P.O. Box 583 Clinton, MA 01510
tel. 978-273-4263
fax 978-365-9378
www.parkerenv.com
QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL
PHASE IV REMEDY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
COMPLETION REPORT
ASA WATERS MANSION
123 ELM STREET
MILLBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
MA DEP RTN 2-13765/2-0016809
The following personnel have reviewed this report for accuracy, content and quality of presentation:
Scott K. Parker, L.S.P.
Senior Project Manager
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Date
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF APPENDICES…………………………………………………………………………………….i
BIBLIOGRAPHY…………………………………………………………………………………………..ii
1.0 2.0 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 Scope of Work .................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Background and Regulatory Status ..................................................................................... 1 SITE DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................... 3 2.1 3.0 4.0 General Site Description ..................................................................................................... 3 SUMMARY OF REMEDY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN ............................................................. 4 3.1 Target Areas for Remediation ............................................................................................. 4 3.2 Remediation System Design ............................................................................................... 4 SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION .......................................................................................................... 5 4.1 Remediation System Construction Management ................................................................ 6 4.1.1 Field Monitoring and Management of Excavated Soil .......................................... 6 4.1.2 Management of Remediation Waste ...................................................................... 6 4.1.3 4.2 5.0 Excavation Dewatering/Treatment ........................................................................ 7 System Start Up .................................................................................................................. 7 4.2.1 System Sampling ................................................................................................... 7 4.2.2 Monitoring Well Gauging ...................................................................................... 7 4.3 Permits and Approvals ........................................................................................................ 7 4.4 Future Activities ................................................................................................................. 8 LIMITATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 8 Ref. # sparker/projectfiles/060902/Final documents/PhIV Comp/Ph V Status
LIST OF APPENDICES
Appendix A
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Figures
Figure 1 – Site Location Plan
Figure 2 – Site Plan
Figure 3 – Remediation System Lay-out
Figure 3 – Process and Instrumentation Diagram
Appendix B
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Tables
Table 1 – Groundwater Gauging Data
Appendix C
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Laboratory Report
Appendix D
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Equipment Specification Sheets
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS
Asa Waters Mansion
123 Elm Street
Millbury, Massachusetts
Date of Report
February 17, 2001
February 12, 2002
RTN/Location
3-13765
2-13765
November 4, 2007
January 2, 2008
2-16809
2-16809
February 15, 2008
2-13765
February 23, 2009
2-13765
October 2010
2-13765
Title of Report
Verbal Notification
Phase I Initial Site Investigation &
Tier Classification Report
Immediate Response Action Plan
Immediate Response Action Plan
Addendum and Status Report
Phase II Comprehensive Site
Assessment Report and Phase III
Remedial Action Plan
Phase IV Remedy Implementation
Plan
Phase IV Completion Report and
Phase V Status Report
Notes: AJS – AJS Environmental
PEC – Parker Environmental Corporation
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Prepared By
AJS
AJS
PEC
PEC
PEC
PEC
PEC
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INTRODUCTION
Parker Environmental Corporation (PEC) was retained by the Town of Millbury (Millbury) to
prepare this Phase IV Remedy Implementation Plan Completion Report and Phase V Status Report, for
the Asa Waters Mansion, located at 123 Elm Street in Millbury, Massachusetts in accordance with 310
CMR 40.0000 of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). The subject site is a former residence
listed on the National and State “Registers of Historic Places” and is currently operated as a museum and
function facility. Information contained on the Asa Waters Mansion website indicates the structure was
constructed sometime in the mid 1820’s. Please refer to Figures 1 and 2 (Appendix A) for a depiction of
the subject site and surrounding area.
1.1
Scope of Work
A Phase I Preliminary Site Assessment was prepared by AJS Environmental on behalf of
Millbury and submitted to the Massachusetts (MADEP) dated February 12, 2001. The MADEP date
stamp indicating the date the report was received by the MADEP is February 15, 2002. Pursuant to the
requirements of a Phase II Completion Report, the following activities were conducted as part of this
Phase II:
- Previously collected data were reviewed and compiled;
- Installation of seven soil borings within the basement of the Mansion;
- Installation of nine groundwater monitoring wells and two soil vapor monitoring points;
- 2 groundwater sampling events were conducted;
- Level 1 soil gas screening was completed;
- Non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) was recovered;
- A Risk Characterization was completed; and
- Information from the activities listed above was compiled for presentation in this report.
The objectives of the Phase II are to define the nature, extent, and magnitude of oil and/or
hazardous materials (OHM) at the site, identify any “background” conditions which may exist within the
subject site area, and determine what further response actions or assessment activities remain for the site.
The results of previous assessment activities and response actions completed at this site have been
compiled and referenced (see Bibliography of Reports) herein to meet these stated objectives.
1.2
Background and Regulatory Status
RTN 2-13765
On February 17, 2001, the MADEP was notified of a release of an undetermined amount of fuel oil at the
subject property. The release was identified by photoionization detector (PID) readings taken from soil
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samples collected during the removal of a fuel oil storage tank present within the basement of the
Mansion which exhibited greater than 100 parts per million by volume (ppmv) benzene referred. A
Notice of Responsibility (NOR) issued by the MADEP dated April 24, 2001 summarizes the condition
associated with the notification made by the Town. In addition the NOR references that the verbal
notification also included a verbally approved Immediate Response Action (IRA) which included the
removal of up to 40 yards of soil from the basement of the Mansion.
As part of IRA activities performed in response to the notification provided to the MADEP, soil
excavation was conducted within the Mansion building. Limited documentation regarding these response
actions was available for review in the MADEP file. No record of a written IRA Plan, IRA Status Report,
or IRA Completion Report was contained in the MADEP file. A single report titled “Phase I Initial; Site
Investigation and Tier Classification Report” was submitted and date stamped by the MADEP on
February 15, 2002.
Information contained within the Phase I report references the removal of 17.65 tons of soil as part of
excavation activities performed in the basement of the Mansion as part of “Response Actions”. In
addition to the removal of the soil, approximately 205 gallons of water was removed from the basement
which was reported to have accumulated due to rain infiltration. The excavation was conducted within
the basement and was reported to have been approximately 8 feet wide by 25 feet long and 2 feet deep.
Assessment activities performed as part of the Phase I included the analysis of soil samples collected
following the soil removal activities referenced above. In addition, soil samples were collected during
attempted installation of groundwater monitoring wells outside the Mansion. According to the Phase I
report, several wells were attempted to be installed however due to shallow bedrock refusal only one well
was successfully installed. Only one well location was identified in the Phase I report. No groundwater
samples were collected from the well following the installation as it was dry at the time of installation. A
total of nine soil samples were submitted to a laboratory for analysis via EPA Method 8100 for Total
Petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH). In addition one water sample reported to represent water present in the
excavation and analyzed via MADEP Methodology for Volatile Petroleum hydrocarbons (VPH) and
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH).
Documentation regarding the disposal of the soil and groundwater removed from the site was included in
the Phase I Report. Soil was reported to have been transported to Aggregate Recycling under a Bill of
Lading. The text of the report indicated that documentation regarding the removal of the water using a
Hazardous Waste Manifest was included in Appendix B of that report; however, no documentation was
included in the copy of the available report for PEC for review.
RTN 2-16809
RTN 2-16809 was identified during the assessment associated with RTN 2-13765 following the
installation of monitoring wells on the 123 Elm Street property. Initial gauging of wells installed on the
123 Elm street property identified as wells MW-2 and MW-4 (See Figure 2 for well locations) conducted
on September 4, 2007 indicated the presence of 0.21’ and 0.03’ of NAPL respectively. Subsequent to the
detection of NAPL in these wells the MADEP was verbally notified by PEC personnel and RTN 2-16809
was assigned to the condition. In addition to continued monitoring of NAPL presence, the MADEP
verbally approved Immediate Response Actions consisting of continued assessment to determine the
extent of NAPL as well as requiring that fingerprint analysis be conducted to aid in determining the type
of NAPL present. Results of the fingerprint analysis are included in Appendix F and the results indicated
the chromatographic pattern to be consistent with that of weathered #2 fuel oil.
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A written IRA plan was submitted to the MADEP dated November 4., 207 summarizing the manual
bailing of NAPL from the two wells as well as the thickness of NAPL encountered during each gauging
event.
An IRA Addendum and Status report was submitted to the MADEP Dated January 8, 2008 also
summarizing the status of NAPL recovery efforts.
2.0
SITE DESCRIPTION
2.1
General Site Description
The subject property is located at 123 Elm Street in Millbury, Massachusetts and is currently a
registered Historical building utilized for weddings and other functions. The subject property has an area
of approximately 1.38 acres. The majority of the site is grass with a small parking lot on the southeast
corner of the property. The Mansion structure is located in the general center of the property. The 2.75
story building (approximately 7,972 square feet in interior size) is constructed on a stone and brick
foundation with a gable roof.
There are no underground storage tanks on the subject property. The building is heated with fuel
oil stored within two, manifolded 275 gallon above-ground storage tanks located in the basement. The
fuel oil tanks are located along the southern basement wall. Municipal water supply and sewer, as well as
underground telephone and electric service utilities service the site. Municipal water service extends
from School Street and enters the east side of the building. The sewer line exits the building from the east
side and connects to the sewer main in Elm Street.
The properties in the vicinity of the subject site are used for commercial and residential purposes.
The Millbury Fire Department is located across Elm Street from the property. The U.S. Post Office is
located across School Street. Residential properties are located to the south and southeast. The Millbury
Town Hall is located to the south of the site.
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SUMMARY OF REMEDY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
The Phase IV – Remedy Implementation Plan (Phase IV) detailed the items necessary to, and the
anticipated schedule for, implementing the remedial alternatives selected for this site (soil excavation and
groundwater depression for NAPL recovery) in the Phase III – RAP. The Remedy Implementation Plan
(RIP) was prepared in accordance with the requirements and procedures for “Phase IV – Implementation
of the Selected Remedial Action Alternative” pursuant to 310 CMR 40.870 of the MCP.
3.1
Target Areas for Remediation
The target area for soil excavation is limited to a small area within the basement of the mansion. This
area is identified on Figure 2 included in Appendix A. In addition to the soil excavation, groundwater
recovery in the form of short duration groundwater removal events designed to induce NAPL into the
well will be performed. Dissolved petroleum impact is not a target for remediation as no samples
exhibited concentrations in excess of the applicable Method 1 Standard. The target area for groundwater
depression and recovery consists of the area surrounding wells MW- 2 and MW-4.
3.2
Remediation System Design
The active remediation technology proposed for the subject site consisted of temporary groundwater
depression and NAPL recovery events. The events were to be conducted on a periodic basis.
Groundwater depression was proposed to be performed using a peristaltic pump to remove water from the
target well and transfer it to a drum. Groundwater would then be transferred into a temporary holding
tank prior to final disposal. During water-table depression events NAPL accumulating within each of the
target wells was to be manually removed and stored separately within a 55 gallon storage container.
Disposal of recovered groundwater was proposed to be done through one of three methods following
further feasibility evaluation:
a) Water will be treated through two, 200 pound liquid phase granular activated
carbon vessels (if necessary) prior to disposal through the municipal sanitary
sewer system, or;
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b) Water will be treated through two, 200 pound liquid phase granular activated
carbon vessels (if necessary) prior to disposal through re-injection into
monitoring well MW-3, or;
c) Following a period of accumulation the water will be removed from the site and
disposed of by a licensed disposal contractor.
4.0
SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION
The remedial system construction is summarized as follows, and had limited changes from the plan
submitted in the Phase IV RIP. Groundwater is recovered from well MW-2 using a top-loading,
pneumatic total fluids pump. The pump was set at the bottom of well MW-2 and connected to ¼ inch
diameter air supply tubing which is connected to a 6 gallon, oil-less air compressor located in the system
enclosure (See Appendix B - Figure 3 Remediation System Lay-out). The pump was also connected to ½
inch diameter tubing which conveys the recovered fluids to the oil water separator. All tubing is laid
across the top of the ground and run across the lawn back to the equipment enclosure.
The remaining components of the system can be seen on the system lay-out schematic as Figure 3 in
Appendix B. A Process and Instrumentation Diagram is also included as Figure 4.
An 8’ x 8’ system enclosure consisting of 6 foot high stockade fencing was constructed west of the
Mansion garage. See Figure 2 - Site Plan in Appendix A for approximate enclosure location. Within the
system enclosure the system components were set-up. These components consist of the following:
•
Oil/water separator;
•
275 gallon water storage tank;
•
NAPL Storage container and secondary containment;
•
air compressor;
•
transfer pump;
•
2, 200 pound liquid phase granular activate carbon vessels;
•
Normally open and Normally closed, float activated level control switches;
•
Flow meter;
•
Sample ports.
The oil-water separator is set on a table constructed of cinder blocks and plywood. ¾ inch tubing connects
the O/W separator to a 275 gallon poly storage tank. A second ¾ inch tube connects the oil skimming
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component of the O/W separator to the NAPL storage container. The water storage tank is equipped with
two level controls. A high water shut-off which deactivates the air compressor in the event that the
transfer tank overfills. The high water shut-off is connected through the electrical cord to the air
compressor. In the event of a high water condition, the air compressor will be de-activated and the
system will no longer operate.
A second float controls the transfer pump, activating and deactivating the transfer pump based on water
level. The level control turns on the transfer pump on a high water condition and shuts off the pump on a
low water condition.
Water is conveyed from the transfer tank, through two LGAC vessels, through a flow meter and
subsequently through a hose over the ground surface and is discharged into well MW-3.
System components connecting the treatment system to the extraction well and the discharge well are set
up and taken down according to the events schedule of the Mansion.
Manufacturer’s specification sheets for the equipment components are maintained on site. Copies of
these are included in Appendix D.
4.1
Remediation System Construction Management
4.1.1
Field Monitoring and Management of Excavated Soil
No excavation was conducted for construction of the remedial system. In the event soil
excavation is performed in the basement of the Mansion, the management and disposal of the soil will be
documented in a Phase V Status Report.
4.1.2
Management of Remediation Waste
Remediation waste generated during the course of implementing the RIP and continued operation
of the system is managed in the following manner:
Groundwater:
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Recovered groundwater water is transferred through the oil water separator and subsequently into the 275
gallon storage tank. Groundwater water is then pumped through two, 55 gallon, 200 pound liquid phase
granular activated carbon treatment vessels prior to discharge on-site to monitoring well MW-1.
Soil:
No waste soil was generated during the course of implementing the RIP.
NAPL:
Recovered NAPL is currently stored in a 5 gallon plastic bucket inside a 55 gallon steel drum. The
storage drum will be evacuated of recovered product on an as needed basis. The storage container is
labeled with a sign reading “WASTE OIL”.
4.1.3
Excavation Dewatering/Treatment
No excavation was conducted during the course of implementing the RIP.
4.2
System Start Up
The following Table summarizes the start-up and continued operation of the.
4.2.1
System Sampling
Samples were collected from the influent to the first LGAC vessel and the effluent from the second
LGAC vessel on September 29, 2010. These samples were analyzed for volatile and extractable
petroleum hydrocarbons via MADEP methodology. A copy of the laboratory report is included in
Appendix C. As can be seen from this report, no target analytes were reported in the effluent from the
treatment system.
4.2.2
Monitoring Well Gauging
Wells MW-2 and MW-4 were gauged for depth to water and thickness of NAPL on several occasions. A
summary of the gauging events is included in Table 2 included in Appendix B.
4.3
Permits and Approvals
No Permits were obtained during the course of installation of the remedial system.
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Future Activities
The system was not designed or installed as a weather–proof, winterized system. As such it will be
operated only until the weather conditions allow for operation without the potential for freezing. The
system will be re-activated in the Spring. Pending Town budget availability, additional equipment may
be included in the operation of the system in order to allow for simultaneous pumping of well MW-4.
In accordance with 310 CMR 40.0870, Semi-annual, Phase V Status reports will be submitted to the
MADEP.
5.0
LIMITATIONS
This report was prepared in accordance with standards of environmental engineering and geologic
practices generally accepted in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the time of this investigation.
This investigation, as conducted by PEC and others, was conducted for the purpose of evaluating
subsurface environmental conditions with respect to soil, groundwater, surface water, and soil vapor in
the vicinity of the site. Evaluation of the geologic and environmental conditions at the site for the
purposes of the investigation was made from the stated number of data collection points. Subsurface
conditions may vary both away from the data points available and over time.
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APPENDIX A
Figures
APPENDIX B
Tables
Table 1
System Operation Summary
Asa Waters Mansion
Millbury MA
Date
Time on
Time off
Gallons pumped
Flow Meter reading
Total gallons recovered
5/27/10
15:30
18:00
5
NA
5
5/28/10
08:30
13:30
15
NA
20
6/2/10
10:00
20:00
90
NA
110
6/3/10
08:30
16:30
70
NA
180
6/15/10
08:30
17:30
165
NA
345
6/16/10
10:15
16:00
80
70
425
6/21/10
08:30
17:00
40
110
465
8/12/10*
10:00
12:00
2
112
467
8/31/10
09:45
Left on
40
150
505
9/1/10
ON
Left on
NA
220
575
9/2/10
ON
14:15
NA
255
605
9/7/10
08:30
Left on
NA
255
605
9/9/10
ON
Left on
NA
530
880
9/10/10
ON
10:30
NA
620
970
9/28/10
09:45
Left on
NA
620
970
9/29/10**
ON
Left on
NA
710
1060
10/01/10
ON
11:30
NA
940
1290
10/12/10
08:00
Left on
NA
940
1290
10/14/10
ON
12:30
NA
1270
1620
*
System unable to run due to leaking LGAC
**
System samples collected from Influent to LAC 1 and from effluent from LGAC 2
TABLE 2
Monitoring Well Gauging Data Summary
Asa Water Mansion
123 Elm Street
Millbury, Massachusetts
Well
Identification
Date
MW-1
9/6/07
9/21/07
4/17/2009
9/4/07
9/6/2007*
9/21/07
9/28/07
10/5/07
10/12/07
10/18/07
11/2/07
11/16/07
11/30/07
2/15/2008
5/16/2008
2/28/2010
6/17/2008
4/17/2009
5/27/2010
8/12/2010
8/31/2010
9/7/2010
9/6/07
9/21/07
4/17/2009
9/4/07
9/6/2007*
9/21/07
9/28/07
10/5/07
10/12/07
10/18/07
11/2/07
11/16/07
11/30/07
2/15/08
5/16/08
6/17/08
4/17/2009
2/28/2010
8/12/2010
8/31/2010
9/7/2010
10/12/2010
9/6/07
9/21/07
4/17/2009
9/6/07
9/21/07
4/17/2009
9/20/07
4/17/2009
9/21/07
4/17/2009
9/21/07
4/17/2009
4/17/2009
4/17/2009
4/17/2009
MW-2
MW-3
MW-4
MW-5
MW-6
MW-7
MW-8
MW-9
MW-10
MW-11
MW-12
Notes:
Well Casing
Elevation
Depth to
NAPL
Depth to
Water
(feet)
104.33
104.33
104.33
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.68
102.79
102.79
102.79
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
100.91
99.11
99.11
99.11
100.09
100.09
100.09
98.49
98.49
97.96
97.96
100.11
100.11
104.31
104.13
102.86
(feet)
ND
ND
ND
14.79
ND
14.37
15.12
15.66
16.12
16.21
14.30
14.30
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
15.15
ND
ND
ND
ND
NG
12.46
ND
12.37
12.82
13.32
13.78
13.88
12.89
12.05
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
8.16
12.88
12.80
13.00
11.13
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
(feet)
15.42
14.71
5.51
15.00
14.99
14.70
15.59
16.02
16.36
16.36
14.32
14.32
11.10
4.88
9.76
10.11
11.39
9.13
10.00
15.40
14.96
15.35
13.63
14.02
NG
12.49
12.64
12.54
13.08
13.49
13.89
13.89
12.97
12.06
12.51
3.70
7.48
9.89
6.93
8.34
13.35
13.14
13.42
11.50
11.36
11.82
6.12
13.95
14.02
8.75
11.86
7.75
11.24
5.97
12.48
7.12
11.86
11.24
12.48
NAPL Thickness
Measured
Correction
Groundwater
Elevation
(feet)
n/a
n/a
(feet)
n/a
n/a
(feet)
88.91
89.62
0.21
n/a
0.33
0.47
0.36
0.24
0.15
0.02
0.02
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
0.25
ND
ND
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.03
n/a
0.17
0.26
0.17
0.11
0.01
0.08
0.01
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.18
0.47
0.34
0.42
0.37
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.16
n/a
0.25
0.36
0.27
0.18
0.11
0.02
0.02
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.19
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.02
n/a
0.13
0.20
0.13
0.08
0.01
0.06
0.01
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.14
0.36
0.26
0.32
0.28
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
87.84
87.69
88.23
87.45
86.93
86.50
86.43
88.38
88.38
91.58
97.80
92.92
92.57
91.29
93.55
92.68
87.47
87.72
87.33
89.16
88.77
NG
88.44
88.27
88.50
88.03
87.55
87.10
87.03
88.00
88.86
88.40
97.21
93.43
91.02
93.98
92.71
87.92
88.03
87.81
89.69
87.75
87.29
92.99
86.14
86.07
91.34
86.63
90.74
86.72
91.99
87.63
92.99
92.45
92.89
90.38
Approximate
Volume of NAPL
Recovered (ozs)
Cumulative
NAPL
Recovered
(ozs)
NA
NA
NA
NA
4
4
6
7
6
4
4
4
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
NA
1
1
3
3
4
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4
8
14
21
27
31
35
39
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
NA
NA
NA
1
2
5
8
12
15
18
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Well Casing Elevation - Elevation of top of well casing (or other suitable reference point) as surveyed on September 6, 2007 using standard rodand-level method against local benchmark with assumed elevation of 100.00 feet
NAPL - Non-aqueous phase liquid (corrected value reflects an assumed 0.76 specific gravity for NAPL)
ND - not detected/not observed
n/a - not applicable
* - NAPL was not detected with the Electronic interface probe during gauging, however NAPL was present within the bailer
APPENDIX C
Laboratory Report
Serial_No:10061016:39
ANALYTICAL REPORT
Lab Number:
Client:
L1015173
Parker Environmental
PO Box 583
97 Walnut Street
Clinton, MA 01510
ATTN:
Scott Parker
Phone:
(978) 273-4263
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
Certifications & Approvals: MA (M-MA086), NY NELAC (11148), CT (PH-0574), NH (2003), NJ (MA935), RI (LAO00065), ME (MA0086),
PA (Registration #68-03671), USDA (Permit #S-72578), US Army Corps of Engineers, Naval FESC.
Eight Walkup Drive, Westborough, MA 01581-1019
508-898-9220 (Fax) 508-898-9193 800-624-9220 - www.alphalab.com
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Project Name:
Project Number:
Lab Number:
Report Date:
ASA WATERS
Not Specified
L1015173
10/06/10
Alpha
Sample ID
Client ID
Sample
Location
L1015173-01
INFLUENT
MILLBURY
09/29/10 08:00
L1015173-02
EFFLUENT
MILLBURY
09/29/10 08:05
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Collection
Date/Time
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number: Not Specified
Lab Number:
L1015173
Report Date:
10/06/10
MADEP MCP Response Action Analytical Report Certification
This form provides certifications for all samples performed by MCP methods. Please refer to
the Sample Results and Container Information sections of this report for specification of
MCP methods used for each analysis. The following questions pertain only to MCP
Analytical Methods.
An affirmative response to questions A through F is required for "Presumptive Certainty" status
A
Were all samples received in a condition consistent with those described on the Chain-ofCustody, properly preserved (including temperature) in the field or laboratory, and
prepared/analyzed within method holding times?
YES
B
Were the analytical method(s) and all associated QC requirements specified in the selected
CAM protocol(s) followed?
YES
C
Were all required corrective actions and analytical response actions specified in the selected
CAM protocol(s) implemented for all identified performance standard non-conformances?
YES
D
Does the laboratory report comply with all the reporting requirements specified in CAM VII A,
"Quality Assurance and Quality Control Guidelines for the Acquisition and Reporting of Analytical
Data?"
YES
E a.
VPH, EPH, and APH Methods only: Was each method conducted without significant
modification(s)? (Refer to the individual method(s) for a list of significant modifications).
YES
E b.
APH and TO-15 Methods only: Was the complete analyte list reported for each method?
N/A
F
Were all applicable CAM protocol QC and performance standard non-conformances identified
and evaluated in a laboratory narrative (including all "No" responses to Questions A through E)?
YES
A response to questions G, H and I is required for "Presumptive Certainty" status
G
Were the reporting limits at or below all CAM reporting limits specified in the selected CAM
protocol(s)?
NO
H
Were all QC performance standards specified in the CAM protocol(s) achieved?
NO
I
Were results reported for the complete analyte list specified in the selected CAM protocol(s)?
YES
For any questions answered "No", please refer to the case narrative section on the following page(s).
Please note that sample matrix information is located in the Sample Results section of this report.
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Project Name:
Project Number:
Lab Number:
Report Date:
ASA WATERS
Not Specified
L1015173
10/06/10
Case Narrative
The samples were received in accordance with the Chain of Custody and no significant deviations were encountered during the preparation
or analysis unless otherwise noted. Sample Receipt, Container Information, and the Chain of Custody are located at the back of the report.
Results contained within this report relate only to the samples submitted under this Alpha Lab Number and meet all of the requirements of
NELAC, for all NELAC accredited parameters. The data presented in this report is organized by parameter (i.e. VOC, SVOC, etc.). Sample
specific Quality Control data (i.e. Surrogate Spike Recovery) is reported at the end of the target analyte list for each individual sample,
followed by the Laboratory Batch Quality Control at the end of each parameter. If a sample was re-analyzed or re-extracted due to a
required quality control corrective action and if both sets of data are reported, the Laboratory ID of the re-analysis or re-extraction is
designated with an "R" or "RE", respectively. When multiple Batch Quality Control elements are reported (e.g. more than one LCS), the
associated samples for each element are noted in the grey shaded header line of each data table. Any Laboratory Batch, Sample Specific %
recovery or RPD value that is outside the listed Acceptance Criteria is bolded in the report. Definitions of all data qualifiers and acronyms
used in this report are provided in the Glossary located at the back of the report.
Please see the associated ADEx data file for a comparison of laboratory reporting limits that were achieved with the regulatory Numerical
Standards requested on the Chain of Custody.
For additional information, please contact Client Services at 800-624-9220.
MCP Related Narratives
EPH
In reference to question G:
One or more of the target analytes did not achieve the requested CAM reporting limits.
In reference to question H:
The WG435718-3 LCSD recovery, associated with L1015173-01 and -02, was outside the acceptance criteria
for Decane (C10) (39%); however, the target carbon ranges and analytes were within method criteria. The
results of the original analysis are reported.
The WG435718-2/-3 LCS/LCSD RPDs, associated with L1015173-01 and -02, are above the acceptance
criteria for Naphthalene (28%) and 2-Methylnaphthalene (26%); however, the individual LCS/LCSD recoveries
are within method limits.
I, the undersigned, attest under the pains and penalties of perjury that, to the best of my knowledge and
belief and based upon my personal inquiry of those responsible for providing the information contained
in this analytical report, such information is accurate and complete. This certificate of analysis is not
complete unless this page accompanies any and all pages of this report.
Authorized Signature:
Title: Technical Director/Representative
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Date: 10/06/10
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ORGANICS
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PETROLEUM
HYDROCARBONS
Page 6 of 26
F
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
Matrix:
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
L1015173-01
INFLUENT
MILLBURY
Water
100,VPH-04-1.1
10/01/10 01:38
GK
09/29/10 08:00
09/29/10
Not Specified
Quality Control Information
Condition of sample received:
Satisfactory
Aqueous Preservative:
Laboratory Provided Preserved
Container
Received on Ice
Sample Temperature upon receipt:
Parameter
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
MDL
Dilution Factor
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
C5-C8 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C12 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C10 Aromatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C5-C8 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C12 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
Benzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Toluene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Ethylbenzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
p/m-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
o-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Methyl tert butyl ether
ND
ug/l
3.00
--
1
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
4.00
--
1
Surrogate
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% Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
2,5-Dibromotoluene-PID
80
70-130
2,5-Dibromotoluene-FID
79
70-130
F
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ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
Matrix:
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
Extraction Method:
Extraction Date:
Cleanup Method1:
Cleanup Date1:
L1015173-01
INFLUENT
MILLBURY
Water
98,EPH-04-1.1
10/06/10 02:11
MW
09/29/10 08:00
09/29/10
Not Specified
EPA 3510C
10/05/10 03:02
EPH-04-1
10/06/10
Quality Control Information
Condition of sample received:
Satisfactory
Aqueous Preservative:
Sample Temperature upon receipt:
Laboratory Provided Preserved
Container
Received on Ice
Sample Extraction method:
Extracted Per the Method
Parameter
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
MDL
Dilution Factor
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
C19-C36 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
C11-C22 Aromatics
121
ug/l
100
--
1
C11-C22 Aromatics, Adjusted
121
ug/l
100
--
1
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
2-Methylnaphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Acenaphthylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Acenaphthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Fluorene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Phenanthrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(a)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Chrysene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(a)pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(ghi)perylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
C9-C18 Aliphatics
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ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
L1015173-01
INFLUENT
MILLBURY
Parameter
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
Surrogate
Page 9 of 26
% Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
Chloro-Octadecane
63
40-140
o-Terphenyl
112
40-140
2-Fluorobiphenyl
88
40-140
2-Bromonaphthalene
89
40-140
09/29/10 08:00
09/29/10
Not Specified
MDL
Dilution Factor
F
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
Matrix:
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
L1015173-02
EFFLUENT
MILLBURY
Water
100,VPH-04-1.1
10/01/10 00:47
GK
09/29/10 08:05
09/29/10
Not Specified
Quality Control Information
Condition of sample received:
Satisfactory
Aqueous Preservative:
Laboratory Provided Preserved
Container
Received on Ice
Sample Temperature upon receipt:
Parameter
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
MDL
Dilution Factor
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
C5-C8 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C12 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C10 Aromatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C5-C8 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
C9-C12 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
1
Benzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Toluene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Ethylbenzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
p/m-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
o-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
1
Methyl tert butyl ether
ND
ug/l
3.00
--
1
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
4.00
--
1
Surrogate
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% Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
2,5-Dibromotoluene-PID
73
70-130
2,5-Dibromotoluene-FID
74
70-130
F
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Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
Matrix:
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
Extraction Method:
Extraction Date:
Cleanup Method1:
Cleanup Date1:
L1015173-02
EFFLUENT
MILLBURY
Water
98,EPH-04-1.1
10/06/10 01:24
MW
09/29/10 08:05
09/29/10
Not Specified
EPA 3510C
10/05/10 03:02
EPH-04-1
10/06/10
Quality Control Information
Condition of sample received:
Satisfactory
Aqueous Preservative:
Sample Temperature upon receipt:
Laboratory Provided Preserved
Container
Received on Ice
Sample Extraction method:
Extracted Per the Method
Parameter
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
MDL
Dilution Factor
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
C9-C18 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
C19-C36 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
C11-C22 Aromatics
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
C11-C22 Aromatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
100
--
1
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
2-Methylnaphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Acenaphthylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Acenaphthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Fluorene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Phenanthrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(a)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Chrysene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(a)pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
Benzo(ghi)perylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
1
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Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
SAMPLE RESULTS
Lab ID:
Client ID:
Sample Location:
L1015173-02
EFFLUENT
MILLBURY
Parameter
Date Collected:
Date Received:
Field Prep:
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab
Surrogate
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% Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
Chloro-Octadecane
64
40-140
o-Terphenyl
84
40-140
2-Fluorobiphenyl
72
40-140
2-Bromonaphthalene
72
40-140
09/29/10 08:05
09/29/10
Not Specified
MDL
Dilution Factor
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
Method Blank Analysis
Batch Quality Control
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
100,VPH-04-1.1
09/30/10 10:48
GK
Parameter
Result
Qualifier
Units
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab for sample(s): 01-02
MDL
Batch: WG434852-3
C5-C8 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
C9-C12 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
---
C9-C10 Aromatics
ND
ug/l
50.0
C5-C8 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
C9-C12 Aliphatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
50.0
--
Benzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
Toluene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
Ethylbenzene
ND
ug/l
2.00
--
p/m-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
---
o-Xylene
ND
ug/l
2.00
Methyl tert butyl ether
ND
ug/l
3.00
--
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
4.00
--
Surrogate
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RL
%Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
2,5-Dibromotoluene-PID
92
70-130
2,5-Dibromotoluene-FID
91
70-130
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
Method Blank Analysis
Batch Quality Control
Analytical Method:
Analytical Date:
Analyst:
98,EPH-04-1.1
10/06/10 02:58
MW
Parameter
Extraction Method:
Extraction Date:
Cleanup Method1:
Cleanup Date1:
Result
Qualifier
Units
RL
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab for sample(s): 01-02
Page 14 of 26
MDL
Batch: WG435718-1
C9-C18 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
100
--
C19-C36 Aliphatics
ND
ug/l
100
---
C11-C22 Aromatics
ND
ug/l
100
C11-C22 Aromatics, Adjusted
ND
ug/l
100
--
Naphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
2-Methylnaphthalene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Acenaphthylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Acenaphthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Fluorene
ND
ug/l
10.0
---
Phenanthrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
Anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Benzo(a)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Chrysene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
---
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
ND
ug/l
10.0
Benzo(a)pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Benzo(ghi)perylene
ND
ug/l
10.0
--
Surrogate
%Recovery
Qualifier
Acceptance
Criteria
Chloro-Octadecane
59
40-140
o-Terphenyl
92
40-140
2-Fluorobiphenyl
77
40-140
2-Bromonaphthalene
76
40-140
EPA 3510C
10/05/10 03:02
EPH-04-1
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Lab Control Sample Analysis
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number:
Not Specified
Parameter
Batch Quality Control
LCS
%Recovery
Qual
LCSD
%Recovery
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab Associated sample(s): 01-02
Qual
%Recovery
Limits
Lab Number:
L1015173
Report Date:
10/06/10
RPD
Qual
RPD Limits
Batch: WG434852-1 WG434852-2
C5-C8 Aliphatics
95
92
70-130
4
25
C9-C12 Aliphatics
109
106
70-130
3
25
C9-C10 Aromatics
101
96
70-130
5
25
Benzene
105
99
70-130
6
25
Toluene
106
101
70-130
5
25
Ethylbenzene
99
100
70-130
1
25
p/m-Xylene
106
99
70-130
7
25
o-Xylene
101
97
70-130
4
25
Methyl tert butyl ether
88
87
70-130
1
25
Naphthalene
83
82
70-130
1
25
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
99
95
70-130
4
25
Pentane
90
85
70-130
5
25
2-Methylpentane
95
91
70-130
4
25
2,2,4-Trimethylpentane
98
95
70-130
4
25
n-Nonane
102
99
30-130
3
25
n-Decane
114
111
70-130
3
25
n-Butylcyclohexane
105
102
70-130
3
25
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Lab Control Sample Analysis
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number:
Not Specified
Batch Quality Control
LCS
%Recovery
Parameter
Qual
LCSD
%Recovery
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab Associated sample(s): 01-02
LCS
%Recovery
Surrogate
Qual
L1015173
Report Date:
10/06/10
%Recovery
Limits
RPD
Qual
RPD Limits
Batch: WG434852-1 WG434852-2
LCSD
%Recovery
Qual
Lab Number:
Qual
Acceptance
Criteria
2,5-Dibromotoluene-PID
94
91
70-130
2,5-Dibromotoluene-FID
92
91
70-130
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab Associated sample(s): 01-02
Batch: WG435718-2 WG435718-3
C9-C18 Aliphatics
61
55
40-140
10
25
C19-C36 Aliphatics
86
74
40-140
15
25
C11-C22 Aromatics
93
118
40-140
24
25
Naphthalene
74
98
40-140
28
Q
25
2-Methylnaphthalene
83
108
40-140
26
Q
25
Acenaphthylene
90
113
40-140
23
25
Acenaphthene
86
109
40-140
24
25
Fluorene
86
107
40-140
22
25
Phenanthrene
93
111
40-140
18
25
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Lab Control Sample Analysis
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number:
Not Specified
Parameter
Batch Quality Control
LCS
%Recovery
Qual
LCSD
%Recovery
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab Associated sample(s): 01-02
Qual
%Recovery
Limits
Lab Number:
L1015173
Report Date:
10/06/10
RPD
Qual
RPD Limits
Batch: WG435718-2 WG435718-3
Anthracene
86
102
40-140
17
25
Fluoranthene
88
104
40-140
17
25
Pyrene
89
104
40-140
16
25
Benzo(a)anthracene
84
98
40-140
15
25
Chrysene
86
99
40-140
14
25
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
83
95
40-140
13
25
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
83
97
40-140
16
25
Benzo(a)pyrene
81
93
40-140
14
25
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
83
96
40-140
15
25
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
81
93
40-140
14
25
Benzo(ghi)perylene
81
94
40-140
15
25
Nonane (C9)
36
31
30-140
15
25
Decane (C10)
45
39
40-140
14
25
Dodecane (C12)
62
58
40-140
7
25
Tetradecane (C14)
76
71
40-140
7
25
Hexadecane (C16)
81
74
40-140
9
25
Octadecane (C18)
86
76
40-140
12
25
Nonadecane (C19)
87
76
40-140
13
25
Eicosane (C20)
87
75
40-140
15
25
Docosane (C22)
87
75
40-140
15
25
Tetracosane (C24)
89
76
40-140
16
25
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Q
Serial_No:10061016:39
Lab Control Sample Analysis
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Project Number:
Not Specified
Batch Quality Control
LCS
%Recovery
Parameter
Qual
LCSD
%Recovery
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons - Westborough Lab Associated sample(s): 01-02
Qual
Lab Number:
L1015173
Report Date:
10/06/10
%Recovery
Limits
RPD
Qual
RPD Limits
Batch: WG435718-2 WG435718-3
Hexacosane (C26)
88
76
40-140
15
25
Octacosane (C28)
87
75
40-140
15
25
Triacontane (C30)
90
77
40-140
16
25
Hexatriacontane (C36)
86
73
40-140
16
25
Surrogate
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LCS
%Recovery
Qual
LCSD
%Recovery
Qual
Acceptance
Criteria
Chloro-Octadecane
73
53
40-140
o-Terphenyl
101
118
40-140
2-Fluorobiphenyl
86
97
40-140
2-Bromonaphthalene
84
96
40-140
% Naphthalene Breakthrough
0
0
% 2-Methylnaphthalene Breakthrough
0
0
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
Lab Number: L1015173
Report Date: 10/06/10
ASA WATERS
Project Number: Not Specified
Sample Receipt and Container Information
YES
Were project specific reporting limits specified?
Reagent H2O Preserved Vials Frozen on:
NA
Cooler Information Custody Seal
Cooler
A
Absent
Container Information
Temp
deg C Pres Seal
Container ID
Container Type
Cooler
pH
L1015173-01A
Vial HCl preserved
A
N/A
4
Y
Absent
VPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-01B
Vial HCl preserved
A
N/A
4
Y
Absent
VPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-01C
Amber 1000ml HCl preserved
A
<2
4
Y
Absent
EPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-01D
Amber 1000ml HCl preserved
A
<2
4
Y
Absent
EPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-02A
Vial HCl preserved
A
N/A
4
Y
Absent
VPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-02B
Vial HCl preserved
A
N/A
4
Y
Absent
VPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-02C
Amber 1000ml HCl preserved
A
<2
4
Y
Absent
EPH-DELUX-10(14)
L1015173-02D
Amber 1000ml HCl preserved
A
<2
4
Y
Absent
EPH-DELUX-10(14)
*Values in parentheses indicate holding time in days
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Analysis(*)
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
Project Number:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
GLOSSARY
Acronyms
EPA
LCS
LCSD
MDL
MS
MSD
NA
NC
NI
RL
RPD
- Environmental Protection Agency.
- Laboratory Control Sample: A sample matrix, free from the analytes of interest, spiked with verified known
amounts of analytes or a material containing known and verified amounts of analytes.
- Laboratory Control Sample Duplicate: Refer to LCS.
- Method Detection Limit: This value represents the level to which target analyte concentrations are reported as
estimated values, when those target analyte concentrations are quantified below the reporting limit (RL). The MDL
includes any adjustments from dilutions, concentrations or moisture content, where applicable.
- Matrix Spike Sample: A sample prepared by adding a known mass of target analyte to a specified amount of
matrix sample for which an independent estimate of target analyte concentration is available.
- Matrix Spike Sample Duplicate: Refer to MS.
- Not Applicable.
- Not Calculated: Term is utilized when one or more of the results utilized in the calculation are non-detect at the
parameter's reporting unit.
- Not Ignitable.
- Reporting Limit: The value at which an instrument can accurately measure an analyte at a specific concentration.
The RL includes any adjustments from dilutions, concentrations or moisture content, where applicable.
- Relative Percent Difference: The results from matrix and/or matrix spike duplicates are primarily designed to
assess the precision of analytical results in a given matrix and are expressed as relative percent difference (RPD).
Values which are less than five times the reporting limit for any individual parameter are evaluated by utilizing the
absolute difference between the values; although the RPD value will be provided in the report.
Terms
Analytical Method: Both the document from which the method originates and the analytical reference method. (Example:
EPA 8260B is shown as 1,8260B.) The codes for the reference method documents are provided in the References section of
the Addendum.
Data Qualifiers
A
B
D
E
H
I
P
Q
R
- Spectra identified as "Aldol Condensation Product".
- The analyte was detected above the reporting limit in the associated method blank. Flag only applies to associated
field samples that have detectable concentrations of the analyte at less than five times (5x) the concentration found in
the blank. For MCP-related projects, flag only applies to associated field samples that have detectable concentrations
of the analyte at less than ten times (10x) the concentration found in the blank. For DOD-related projects, flag only
applies to associated field samples that have detectable concentrations of the analyte at less than ten times (10x) the
concentration found in the blank AND the analyte was detected above one-half the reporting limit (or above the
reporting limit for common lab contaminants) in the associated method blank.
- Concentration of analyte was quantified from diluted analysis. Flag only applies to field samples that have detectable
concentrations of the analyte.
- Concentration of analyte exceeds the range of the calibration curve and/or linear range of the instrument.
- The analysis of pH was performed beyond the regulatory-required holding time of 15 minutes from the time of
sample collection.
- The RPD between the results for the two columns exceeds the method-specified criteria; however, the lower value
has been reported due to obvious interference.
- The RPD between the results for the two columns exceeds the method-specified criteria.
- The quality control sample exceeds the associated acceptance criteria. Note: This flag is not applicable for matrix
spike recoveries when the sample concentration is greater than 4x the spike added or for batch duplicate RPD when
the sample concentrations are less than 5x the RL. (Metals only.)
- Analytical results are from sample re-analysis.
Report Format:
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Data Usability Report
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
Project Number:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
L1015173
Not Specified
Report Date:
10/06/10
Data Qualifiers
RE
-Analytical results are from sample re-extraction.
J
ND
- Estimated
- Not
value. This represents an estimated concentration for Tentatively Identified Compounds (TICs).
detected at the reporting limit (RL) for the sample.
Report Format:
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Data Usability Report
Serial_No:10061016:39
Project Name:
ASA WATERS
Lab Number:
Project Number:
Not Specified
Report Date:
L1015173
10/06/10
REFERENCES
98
100
Method for the Determination of Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH), MassDEP,
May 2004, Revision 1.1 with QC Requirements & Performance Standards for the
Analysis of EPH under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan, WSC-CAM-IVB, July
2010.
Method for the Determination of Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons (VPH), MassDEP,
May 2004, Revision 1.1 with QC Requirements & Performance Standards for the
Analysis of VPH under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan, WSC-CAM-IVA, July
2010.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES
Alpha Analytical performs services with reasonable care and diligence normal to the analytical testing
laboratory industry. In the event of an error, the sole and exclusive responsibility of Alpha Analytical
shall be to re-perform the work at it's own expense. In no event shall Alpha Analytical be held liable
for any incidental, consequential or special damages, including but not limited to, damages in any way
connected with the use of, interpretation of, information or analysis provided by Alpha Analytical.
We strongly urge our clients to comply with EPA protocol regarding sample volume, preservation, cooling,
containers, sampling procedures, holding time and splitting of samples in the field.
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Certificate/Approval Program Summary
Last revised July 19, 2010 - Westboro Facility
The following list includes only those analytes/methods for which certification/approval is currently held.
For a complete listing of analytes for the referenced methods, please contact your Alpha Customer Service Representative.
Connecticut Department of Public Health Certificate/Lab ID: PH-0574. NELAP Accredited Solid Waste/Soil.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: Color, pH, Turbidity, Conductivity, Alkalinity, Chloride, Free Residual Chlorine,
Fluoride, Calcium Hardness, Sulfate, Nitrate, Nitrite, Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Cadmium,
Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury, Molybdenum, Nickel, Potassium, Selenium,
Silver, Sodium, Thallium, Vanadium, Zinc, Total Dissolved Solids, Total Organic Carbon, Total Cyanide, Perchlorate.
Organic Parameters: Volatile Organics 524.2, Total Trihalomethanes 524.2, 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP),
Ethylene Dibromide (EDB), 1,4-Dioxane (Mod 8270). Microbiology Parameters: Total Coliform-MF mEndo (SM9222B),
Total Coliform – Colilert (SM9223 P/A), E. Coli. – Colilert (SM9223 P/A), HPC – Pour Plate (SM9215B), Fecal Coliform –
MF m-FC (SM9222D))
Wastewater/Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: Color, pH, Conductivity, Acidity, Alkalinity, Chloride, Total
Residual Chlorine, Fluoride, Total Hardness, Silica, Sulfate, Sulfide, Ammonia, Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Nitrate, Nitrite, OPhosphate, Total Phosphorus, Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Boron, Cadmium, Calcium, Chromium,
Hexavalent Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Lead, Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury, Molybdenum, Nickel, Potassium,
Selenium, Silver, Sodium, Strontium, Thallium, Tin, Titanium, Vanadium, Zinc, Total Residue (Solids), Total Dissolved
Solids, Total Suspended Solids (non-filterable), BOD, CBOD, COD, TOC, Total Cyanide, Phenolics, Foaming Agents
(MBAS), Bromide, Oil and Grease. Organic Parameters: PCBs, Organochlorine Pesticides, Technical Chlordane,
Toxaphene, 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, 2,4,5-TP(Silvex), Acid Extractables (Phenols), Benzidines, Phthalate Esters, Nitrosamines,
Nitroaromatics & Isophorone, Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Haloethers, Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Volatile
Organics, TPH (HEM/SGT), Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (ETPH), MA-EPH, MA-VPH. Microbiology Parameters:
Total Coliform – MF mEndo (SM9222B), Total Coliform – MTF (SM9221B), HPC – Pour Plate (SM9215B), Fecal
Coliform – MF m-FC (SM9222D), Fecal Coliform – A-1 Broth (SM9221E).)
Solid Waste/Soil (Inorganic Parameters: pH, Sulfide, Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Boron, Cadmium,
Calcium, Chromium, Hexavalent Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Lead, Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury,
Molybdenum, Nickel, Potassium, Selenium, Silver, Sodium, Thallium, Tin, Vanadium, Zinc, Total Cyanide, Ignitability,
Phenolics, Corrosivity, TCLP Leach (1311), SPLP Leach (1312 metals only), Reactivity. Organic Parameters: PCBs,
PCBs in Oil, Organochlorine Pesticides, Technical Chlordane, Toxaphene, Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons
(ETPH), MA-EPH, MA-VPH, Dicamba, 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, 2,4,5-TP(Silvex), Volatile Organics, Acid Extractables (Phenols),
3.3’-Dichlorobenzidine, Phthalates, Nitrosamines, Nitroaromatics & Cyclic Ketones, PAHs, Haloethers, Chlorinated
Hydrocarbons. )
Maine Department of Human Services Certificate/Lab ID: 2009024.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM9215B, 9222D, 9223B, EPA 180.1, 300.0, 353.2, SM2130B, 2320B, 4500ClD, 4500CN-C, 4500CN-E, 4500F-C, 4500H+B, 4500NO3-F, EPA 200.7, EPA 200.8, 245.1, EPA 300.0. Organic
Parameters: 504.1, 524.2.)
Wastewater/Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 120.1, 1664A, 350.1, 351.1, 353.2, 410.4, 420.1, Lachat
10-107-06-1-B, SM2320B, 2340B, 2510B, 2540C, 2540D, 426C, 4500Cl-D, 4500Cl-E, 4500CN-C, 4500CN-E, 4500F-B,
4500F-C, 4500H+B, 4500Norg-B, 4500Norg-C, 4500NH3-B, 4500NH3-G, 4500NH3-H, 4500NO3-F, 4500P-B.5, 4500PE, 5210B, 5220D, 5310C, EPA 200.7, 200.8, 245.1. Organic Parameters: 608, 624, ME DRO, ME GRO, MA EPH, MA
VPH.)
Solid Waste/Soil (Organic Parameters: ME DRO, ME GRO, MA EPH, MA VPH.)
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Certificate/Lab ID: M-MA086.
Drinking Water
Inorganic Parameters: (EPA 200.8 for: Sb,As,Ba,Be,Cd,Cr,Cu,Pb,Ni,Se,Tl)
(EPA 200.7 for: Ba,Be,Ca,Cd,Cr,Cu,Na,Ni) 245.1, (300.0 for: Nitrate-N, Fluoride, Sulfate)
353.2 for: Nitrate-N, Nitrite-N; SM4500NO3-F, 4500F-C, 4500CN-CE, EPA 180.1, SM2130B, SM4500Cl-D, 2320B,
SM2540C, SM4500H-B.
Organic Parameters: (EPA 524.2 for: Trihalomethanes, Volatile Organics)
(504.1 for: 1,2-Dibromoethane, 1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane), 314.0, 332.
Microbiology Parameters: SM9215B; ENZ. SUB. SM9223; MF-SM9222D
Non-Potable Water
Inorganic Parameters:, (EPA 200.8 for: Al,Sb,As,Be,Cd,Cr,Cu,Pb,Mn,Ni,Se,Ag,Tl,Zn)
(EPA 200.7 for: Al,Sb,As,Be,Cd,Cr,Co,Cu,Fe,Pb,Mn,Mo,Ni,Se,Ag,Sr,Ti,Tl, V,Zn,Ca,Mg,Na,K)
245.1, SM4500H,B, EPA 120.1, SM2510B, 2540C, 2540B, 2340B, 2320B, 4500CL-E, 4500F-BC, 426C, SM4500NH3BH, (EPA 350.1 for: Ammonia-N), LACHAT 10-107-06-1-B for Ammonia-N, SM4500NO3-F, 353.2 for Nitrate-N,
SM4500NH3-B,C-Titr, SM4500NH3-BC-NES, EPA 351.1, SM4500P-E, 4500P-B,E, 5220D, EPA 410.4, SM 5210B,
5310C, 4500CL-D, EPA 1664, SM14 510AC, EPA 420, SM4500-CN-CE, SM2540D.
Organic Parameters: (EPA 624 for Volatile Halocarbons, Volatile Aromatics)
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(608 for: Chlordane, Aldrin, Dieldrin, DDD, DDE, DDT, Heptachlor, Heptachlor Epoxide, PCBs-Water), EPA 625 for
SVOC Acid Extractables and SVOC Base/Neutral Extractables, 600/4-81-045-PCB-Oil
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Certificate/Lab ID: 200307. NELAP Accredited.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM6215B, 9222B, 9223B Colilert, EPA 200.7, 200.8, 245.2, 120.1, 300.0, 314.0,
SM4500CN-E, 4500H+B, 4500NO3-F, 2320B, 2510B, 2540C, 4500F-C, 5310C, 2120B, EPA 331.0. Organic
Parameters: 504.1, 524.2, SM6251B.)
Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM9222D, 9221B, 9222B, 9221E-EC, EPA 200.7, 200.8, 245.1, 245.2, SW846 6010B, 6020, 7196A, 7470A, SM3500-CR-D, EPA 120.1, 300.0, 350.1, 351.1, 353.2, 420.1, 1664A, SW-846 9010,
9030, 9040B, SM426C, SM2310B, 2540B, 2540D, 4500H+B, 4500NH3-H, 4500NH3-E, 4500NO2-B, 4500P-E, 4500-S2D, 5210B, 2320B, 2540C, 4500F-C, 5310C, 5540C, LACHAT 10-117-07-1-B, LACHAT 10-107-06-1-B, LACHAT 10-10704-1-C, LACHAT 10-107-04-1-J, LACHAT 10-117-07-1-A, SM4500CL-E, LACHAT 10-204-00-1-A, LACHAT 10-107-062-D. Organic Parameters: SW-846 3005A, 3015A, 3510C, 5030B, 8021B, 8260B, 8270C, 8330, EPA 624, 625, 608,
SW-846 8082, 8081A.)
Solid & Chemical Materials (Inorganic Parameters: SW-846 6010B, 7196A, 7471A, 7.3.3.2, 7.3.4.2, 1010, 1030, 9010,
9012A, 9014, 9030B, 9040, 9045C, 9050C, 1311, 3005A, 3050B, 3051A. Organic Parameters: SW-846 3540C, 3545,
3580A,
5030B,
5035,
8021B,
8260B,
8270C,
8330,
8151A,
8082,
8081A.)
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Certificate/Lab ID: MA935. NELAP Accredited.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM9222B, 9221E, 9223B, 9215B, 4500NO3-F, 4500F-C, EPA 300.0, 200.7,
2540C, 2320B, 314.0, SM2120B, 2510B, 5310C, SM4500H-B, EPA 200.8, 245.2. Organic Parameters: 504.1,
SM6251B, 524.2.)
Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM5210B, EPA 410.4, SM5220D, 4500Cl-D, EPA 300.0, SM2120B,
SM4500F-BC, EPA 200.7, 351.1, LACHAT 10-107-06-2-D, EPA 353.2, SM4500NO3-F, 4500NO2-B, EPA 1664A,
SM5310B, C or D, 4500-PE, EPA 420.1, SM4500P-B5+E, 2540B, 2540C, 2540D, EPA 120.1, SM2510B, SM15 426C,
SM9221CE, 9222D, 9221B, 9222B, 9215B, 2310B, 2320B, 4500NH3-H, 4500-S D, EPA 350.1, SM5210B, SW-846
3015, 6020, 7470A, 5540C, 4500H-B, EPA 200.8, SM3500Cr-D, EPA 245.1, 245.2, SW-846 9040B, 3005A, EPA 6010B,
7196A, SW-846 9010B, 9030B. Organic Parameters: SW-846 8260B, 8270C, 3510C, EPA 608, 624, 625, SW-846
5030B, 8021B, 8081A, 8082, 8151A, 8330, NJ OQA-QAM-025 Rev.7.)
Solid & Chemical Materials (Inorganic Parameters: SW-846 9040B, 3005A, 6010B, 7196A, 5030B, 9010B, 9030B, 1030,
1311, 3050B, 3051, 7471A, 9014, 9012A, 9045C, 9050A, 9065. Organic Parameters: SW-846 8021B, 8081A, 8082,
8151A, 8330, 8260B, 8270C, 1311, 1312, 3540C, 3545, 3550B, 3580A, 5035L, 5035H, NJ OQA-QAM-025 Rev.7.)
New York Department of Health Certificate/Lab ID: 11148. NELAP Accredited.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM9223B, 9222B, 9215B, EPA 200.8, 200.7, 245.2, SM5310C, EPA 314.0,
332.0, SM2320B, EPA 300.0, SM2120B, 4500CN-E, 4500F-C, 4500H-B, 4500NO3-F, 2540C, EPA 120.1, SM 2510B.
Organic Parameters: EPA 524.2, 504.1.)
Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM9221E, 9222D, 9221B, 9222B, 9215B, 5210B, EPA 410.4, SM5220D,
2310B-4a, 2320B, EPA 200.7, 300.0, LACHAT 10-117-07-1A or B, SM4500Cl-E, 4500F-C, SM15 426C, EPA 350.1,
LACHAT 10-107-06-1-B, SM4500NH3-H, EPA 351.1, LACHAT 10-107-06-2, EPA 353.2, LACHAT 10-107-041-C,
SM4500-NO3-F, 4500-NO2-B, 4500P-E, 2540C, 2540B, 2540D, EPA 200.8, EPA 6010B, 6020, EPA 7196A,
S\M3500Cr-D, EPA 245.1, 245.2, 7470A, SM2120B, SM4500-CN-E LACHAT 10-204-00-1-A, EPA 9040B, SM4500-HB,
EPA 1664A, SM5310C, EPA 420.1, SM14 510C, EPA 120.1, SM2510B, SM4500S-D, SM5540C, EPA 3005A, 3015.
Organic Parameters: EPA 624, 8260B, 8270C, 625, 608, 8081A, 8151A, 8330, 8082, EPA 3510C, 5030B, 9010B,
9030B.)
Solid & Hazardous Waste (Inorganic Parameters: 1010, 1030, SW-846 Ch 7 Sec 7.3, EPA 6010B, 7196A, 7471A,
9012A, 9014, 9040B, 9045C, 9065, 9050, EPA 1311, 1312, 3005A, 3050B, 9010B, 9030B. Organic Parameters: EPA
8260B, 8270C, 8081A, 8151A, 8330, 8082, 3540C, 3545, 3546, 3580, 5030B, 5035.)
North Carolina Department of the Environment and Natural Resources Certificate/Lab ID : 666. Organic
Parameters: MA-EPH, MA-VPH.
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Certificate/Lab ID : 68-03671. NELAP Accredited.
Non-Potable Water (Organic Parameters: EPA 3510C, 5030B, 625, 624. 608, 8081A, 8082, 8151A, 8260B, 8270C,
8330)
Solid & Hazardous Waste (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 1010, 1030, 1311, 3050B, 3051, 6010B, EPA 7.3.3.2, EPA
7.3.4.2, 7196A, 7471A, 9010B, 9012A, 9014, 9040B, 9045C, 9050, 9065. Organic Parameters: 3540C, 3545, 3580A,
5035, 8021B, 8081A, 8082, 8151A, 8260B, 8270C, 8330)
Rhode Island Department of Health Certificate/Lab ID: LAO00065. NELAP Accredited via NY-DOH.
Refer to MA-DEP Certificate for Potable and Non-Potable Water.
Refer to NY-DOH Certificate for Potable and Non-Potable Water.
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Texas Commisson on Environmental Quality Certificate/Lab ID: T104704476-09-1. NELAP Accredited.
Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 120.1, 1664, 200.7, 200.8, 245.1, 245.2, 300.0, 350.1, 351.1, 353.2,
376.2, 410.4, 420.1, 6010, 6020, 7196, 7470, 9040, SM 2120B, 2310B, 2320B, 2510B, 2540B, 2540C, 2540D, 426C,
4500CL-E, 4500CN-E, 4500F-C, 4500H+B, 4500NH3-H, 4500NO2B, 4500P-E, 4500 S2¯D, 510C, 5210B, 5220D,
5310C, 5540C. Organic Parameters: EPA 608, 624, 625, 8081, 8082, 8151, 8260, 8270, 8330.)
Solid & Hazardous Waste (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 1311, 1312, 9012, 9014, 9040, 9045, 9050, 9065.)
Department of Defense Certificate/Lab ID: L2217.
Drinking Water (Inorganic Parameters: SM 4500H-B. Organic Parameters: EPA 524.2, 504.1.)
Non-Potable Water (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 200.7, 200.8, 6010B, 6020, 245.1, 245.2, 7470A, 9040B, 300.0, 9251,
9038, 350.1, 353.2, 351.1, 120.1, 9050A , 410.4, 9060, 1664, 420.1, LACHAT 10-107-06-1-B, SM 4500CN-E, 4500H-B,
4500CL-E, 4500F-BC, 4500SO4-E, 426C, 4500NH3-B, 4500NH3-H, 4500NO3-F, 4500NO2-B, 4500Norg-C, 4500PE,
2510B, 5540C, 5220D, 5310C, 2540B, 2540C, 2540D, 510C, 4500S2-AD, 3005A, 3015, 9010B, 9030B. Organic
Parameters: EPA 8260B, 8270C, 8330, 625, 8082, 8151A, 8081A, 3510C, 5030B, MassDEP EPH, MassDEP VPH.)
Solid & Hazardous Waste (Inorganic Parameters: EPA 200.7, 6010B, 7471A, 9040B, 9045C, 9065, 420.1, 9012A, 6860,
1311, 1312, 3050B, 9030B, 3051, 9010B, 3540C, SM 510ABC, 4500CN-CE, 2540G, SW-846 7.3, Organic Parameters:
EPA 8260B, 8270C, 8330, 8082, 8081A, 8151A, 3545, 3546, 3580, 5035, MassDEP EPH, MassDEP VPH.)
Analytes Not Accredited by NELAP
Certification is not available by NELAP for the following analytes: EPA 8260B: Freon-113, 1,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene,
4-Ethyltoluene. EPA 8330A: PETN, Picric Acid, Nitroglycerine, 2,6-DANT, 2,4-DANT. EPA 8270C: Methyl
naphthalene, Dimethyl naphthalene, Total Methylnapthalenes, Total Dimethylnaphthalenes, 1,4-Diphenylhydrazine
(Azobenzene). EPA 625: 4-Chloroaniline. EPA 350.1 for Ammonia in a Soil matrix.
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APPENDIX D
Equipment Specification Sheets
AP2T
AutoPump®
Top Inlet, Long
Description
Max. Flow 1.9 gpm (7.2 lpm)
O.D. 1.75 in (4.45 cm)
Length 57 in. (144 cm)
Advantages
1. The original 2” automatic airpowered well pump, proven
worldwide over 15 years
2. The industry leader in reliability,
durability, flow rate and depth
capability in an automatic pump
for 2-inch wells
3. Handles solids, hyrocarbons,
solvents, corrosive conditions,
viscous fluids and land fill liquids
4. One-year warranty
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The AP2 Top Inlet Long AutoPump provides maximum
capabilities and flow in a top inlet pump for 2” (50 mm)
diameter wells requiring an elevated inlet, such as pumping
total fluids from wells contaminated with LNAPLs. It is
offered in optional versions to handle even severe
remediation and landfill pumping applications, and delivers
flow rates up to 1.9 gpm (7.2 lpm). The AP2 Long Bottom
Inlet AutoPump is complemented by the most comprehensive selection of accessories to provide a complete system
to meet site specific requirements. Call QED for prompt,
no-obligation assistance on your pumping project needs.
The AutoPump Heritage
The AP2 Top Inlet Long AutoPump is part of the famous
AutoPump family of original automatic air-powered pumps,
developed in the mid 1980s specifically to handle unique
pumping needs at remediation and landfill sites. Over the
years they’ve proven their durability at thousands of sites
worldwide. AutoPumps are designed to handle difficult
pumping challenges that other pumps can’t, such as
solvents, suspended solids, corrosives, temperature
extremes, viscous fluids and frequent start/stop cycles.
Beyond just the pump, AutoPump systems offer the most
complete range of tubing, hose, connectors, caps and
accessories to help your installation go smoothly. This
superior pumping heritage, application experience and
support back up every AutoPump you put to work on
your project.
AutoPump®
AP2T
Top Inlet, Long
Pump Dimensions
Specifications & Operating Requirements
Liquid Discharge
Inlet
Exhaust
Min. Liquid Density
Standard Construction Materials1
Pump Body
Pump Ends
Internal Components
Tube & Hose Fittings
Fitting Type
Actuation Level 52" (132 cm)
Length to Top of Fittings 57" (144 cm)
Air Supply
Model
Liquid Inlet Location
OD
Length Overall (pump & fittings)
Weight
Max. Flow Rate
Pump Volume / Cycle
Max. Depth
Air Pressure Range
Min. Actuation Level
Air Usage
Tube & Hose Options
Tubing Material
Sizes2 - Liquid Discharge
Pump Air Supply
Air Exhaust
Hose Material
Sizes - Liquid Discharge
Pump Air Supply
Air Exhaust
1
2
Material upgrages available
Applies to QED supplied tubing;
other tubing sources may not
conform to QED fittings.
2" - Long AP2 Top Inlet
Top
1.75 in. (4.45 cm)
57 in. (144 cm)
7.8 lbs. (3.6 kg)
1.9 gpm (7.2 lpm) - See Flow Rate Chart
0.14 - 0.17 gal (0.53 - 0.64l)
300 ft (91.4 m)
5 - 130 psi (0.4 - 9.2 kg/cm2)
52 in. (132 cm)
0.38 -1.57 scf / gal.(2.8 - 11.7 liter of air /
fluid liter) - See Air Usage Chart
0.7 SpG (0.7 g/cm3)
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel, Viton, PVDF3
Brass or Stainless Steel
Barbs or Quick Connects
Nylon
5/8 in. (16 mm) OD
3/8 in. (9.5 mm) OD
1/2 in. (13 mm) OD
Nitrile
1/2 in. (13 mm) ID
1/4 in (6.4 mm) ID
3/8 in. (9.5 mm) ID
3
PVDF - Polyvinylidene Fluoride
O.D. 1.75" (4.45 cm)
Application Limits (base model)
Base model AP2 AutoPumps are designed to handle
the application ranges described below. For
applications outside this range, consult QED
about AP2 upgrades.
AP-2 AutoPumps are warranted for one (1) year:
100% materials and workmanship.
Maximum Temperature: 150°F (65°C)
pH Range: 4-9
Solvents and Fuels: diesel, gasoline, JP1-JP6,
#2 heating oils, BTEX, MTBE, landfill liquids
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P.O. Box 3726 Ann Arbor, MI 48106-3726 USA
1.800.624.2026
F 1.734.995.1170
[email protected]
www.qedenv.com
AP2T
AutoPump®
Top Inlet, Long
Flow Rates1
1/2 inch (13 mm)
Inside Diameter Discharge Hose
(Equivalent to 5/8-Inch O.D. Tubing)
6-INCH (15 cm)
SUBMERGENCE OF PUMP HEAD
4
15.1
APPROXIMATE
GALLONS
3
PER
11.4
AIR INLET PRESSURES
LITERS
MINUTE
PER
WITH
MINUTE
2
1/2-INCH
7.6
WITH
13 mm
I.D. HOSE
100 PSI
7 Kg/cm 2
1
0
70 PSI
40 PSI
5 Kg/cm 2
3 Kg/cm 2
0
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 FT.
6.1 12.2 18.3 24.4 30.5 36.6 42.7 48.8 54.9 61 Meters
2 FT. (60 cm)
15.1
APPROXIMATE
GALLONS
3
AIR INLET PRESSURES
11.4
PER
WITH
MINUTE
2
7.6
100 PSI
7 Kg/cm 2
1
I.D. HOSE
3.8
40 PSI
3 Kg/cm 2
0
0
70 PSI
5 Kg/cm 2
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 FT.
6.1 12.2 18.3 24.4 30.5 36.6 42.7 48.8 54.9 61 Meters
10 FT. (300 cm)
DEPTH
IN WELL
SUBMERGENCE OF PUMP HEAD
4
15.1
APPROXIMATE
GALLONS
PER
WITH
13 mm
I.D. HOSE
3
AIR INLET PRESSURES
11.4
LITERS
MINUTE
PER
WITH
MINUTE
1/2-INCH
2
7.6
100 PSI
7 Kg/cm 2
I.D. HOSE
1
40 PSI
3 Kg/cm 2
0
0
64
LITERS
MINUTE
1/2-INCH
1
DEPTH
IN WELL
SUBMERGENCE OF PUMP HEAD
4
PER
I.D. HOSE
3.8
WITH
13 mm
3.8
I.D. HOSE
70 PSI
5 Kg/cm 2
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 FT.
6.1 12.2 18.3 24.4 30.5 36.6 42.7 48.8 54.9 61 Meters
FLOW RATES MAY VARY WITH SITE CONDITIONS. CALL QED FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.
DEPTH
IN WELL
AutoPump®
AP2T
Top Inlet, Long
Air Consumption
1.6
12
1.5
11.2
1.4
10.5
100 PSI
7 Kg/cm 2
1.3
STANDARD
CUBIC FEET OF AIR
PER
GALLON PUMPED
(SCF/GAL)
9.7
1.2
9.0
1.1
8.2
APPROXIMATE
STANDARD
7.5 LITER OF AIR
PER
6.7 LITER PUMPED
(STD L/LITER)
70 PSI
5 Kg/cm 2
1.0
.9
.8
6.0
.7
5.2
.6
4.5
40 PSI
3 Kg/cm 2
.5
3.7
.4
3.0
.3
2.2
.2
20
6.1
40
12.2
60
18.3
80
24.4
1/2 inch (13 mm)
Inside Diameter Discharge Hose
(Equivalent to 5/8-Inch O.D. Tubing)
100
30.5
120
36.6
140
42.7
160
48.8
180
54.9
1.5
200 FT.
61 Meters
DEPTH
IN WELL
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P.O. Box 3726 Ann Arbor, MI 48106-3726 USA
1.800.624.2026
F 1.734.995.1170
[email protected]
www.qedenv.com

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