Environment, Great Lakes and Energy - Remediation and Redevelopment Division - Environmental Contamination Response Activity


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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

REMEDIATION AND REDEVELOPMENT DIVISION

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION RESPONSE ACTIVITY

(By authority conferred on the director of the Department of Environmental Quality by

sections 20104(1) and 20120a(18) of 1994 PA 451, MCL 324.20104(1) and

324.20120a(18).

CLEANUP CRITERIA REQUIREMENTS FOR RESPONSE ACTIVITY

R 299.1 Definitions; A to I.

Rule 1. As used in this part:

(a) “Act” means 1994 PA 451, MCL 324.101 to 324.90106, known as the Natural

Resources and Environmental Protection Act.

(b) "Acute toxicity" means the ability of a hazardous substance to cause a debilitating or

injurious effect in an organism as a result of a single or short-term exposure.

(c) “Ambient air” means the atmosphere outside of buildings.

(d) “Applicable criterion” means a cleanup criterion for a relevant pathway. A criterion

is not an applicable criterion if the exposure pathway is not a relevant pathway at the

facility or if the exposure it addresses is reliably restricted by a restrictive covenant or

institutional control or other mechanism allowed for under part 201 of the act and these

rules.

(e) “Aquifer” means a geological formation, group of formations, or part of a formation

capable of yielding a significant amount of groundwater to wells or springs.

(f) "Best available information" means, when used in relation to a risk assessment or the

development of cleanup criteria, the most scientifically credible and relevant data

available about a particular hazardous substance. Such information may include, but is

not limited to, any of the following:

(i) The peer reviewed scientific literature.

(ii) Information sources recognized by the risk assessment community, such as the

integrated risk information system database maintained by the United States

environmental protection agency or other scientifically reliable databases.

(iii) Other scientific studies that are acceptable to the department.

(g) “Cancer slope factor” means a plausible upper-bound estimate of the probability of a

response per unit dose of a hazardous substance over a lifetime. The cancer slope factor

is used to estimate an upper bound probability of an individual developing cancer as a

result of a lifetime exposure to a particular level of a potential carcinogen.

(h) "Carcinogen" means a hazardous substance which, based on the weight of evidence,

causes an increased incidence of benign or malignant neoplasms in animals or humans or

that substantially decreases the time in which neoplasms develop in animals or humans.

(i) "Chronic toxicity" means the ability of a hazardous substance to cause an injurious or

debilitating effect in an organism that results from repeated exposure to the hazardous

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substance for a time period representing a substantial portion of the natural life

expectancy of the organism.

(j) “Csat” means the concentration in soil at which the solubility limits of the soil pore

water, the vapor phase limits of the soil pore air, and the absorptive limits of the soil

particles have been reached. As used in these rules, Csat is a theoretical threshold above

which a free-phase liquid (non-aqueous phase liquid) hazardous substance may exist.

(k) “Direct contact” means exposure to hazardous substances through ingestion or

dermal contact.

(l) “Generic residential” means the cleanup criteria established by the department under

section 20120a(1)(a) of the act and these rules.

(m) “Groundwater” means water below the land surface in a zone of saturation.

(n) "Increased cancer risk of 1 in 100,000" means the 95% upper bound on the

calculated risk of 1 additional cancer above the background cancer rate per 100,000

individuals continuously exposed to a carcinogen at a given average daily dose for a 70-

year lifetime.

(o) “Inhalation unit risk factor” means the additional lifetime cancer risk occurring in a

population in which all individuals are exposed continuously for life to a concentration of

1 microgram per cubic meter of the hazardous substance in the air they breathe. The

inhalation unit risk factor shall be calculated under the provisions of part 55 of the act and

the rules promulgated under that part.

(p) “Initial threshold screening level” means a concentration in air of a toxic air

contaminant which is used to evaluate noncarcinogenic health effects and is calculated

under part 55 of the act and the rules promulgated under that part.

(q) “Institutional control” means a measure which is approved by the department, which

takes a form other than a restrictive covenant, and which limits or prohibits certain

activities that may interfere with the integrity or effectiveness of a remedial action or

result in exposure to hazardous substances at a facility, or which provides notice about

the presence of a hazardous substance at a facility in concentrations that exceed only an

aesthetic-based cleanup criterion.

(r) "Ionizing organic hazardous substance" means an organic hazardous substance that

has functional chemical groups that become ions when exposed to varying pH conditions.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.2 Definitions; L to V.

Rule 2. As used in this part:

(a) “Land or resource use restrictions” means the provisions of any of the following

measures that are used to limit or prohibit activities that may interfere with the integrity

or effectiveness of a response activity, or to limit or prohibit activities that may result in

exposure to hazardous substances at a facility, or to provide notice about the presence of

a hazardous substance at a facility in concentrations that exceed only an aesthetic-based

cleanup criterion:

(i) A restrictive covenant.

(ii) A notice of approved environmental remediation.

(iii) An institutional control, which may be a local ordinance or any form of

preapproved institutional control, such as a notice of aesthetic impact.

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(b) "Leachate" means liquid, including any suspended components in the liquid, that has

percolated through or drained from a hazardous substance or soil contaminated with a

hazardous substance.

(c) "Linearized multistage model" means a dose-response model which assumes that

there are a number of distinct biological stages or changes that must occur for a normal

cell to be transformed into a tumor and which assumes the dose-response relationship to

be linear at low doses.

(d) “Notice of aesthetic impact” means a document that describes conditions at a facility

that result from the presence of hazardous substances at concentrations which exceed

only cleanup criteria that are based on aesthetic impacts.

(e) "Reference dose" or "RfD" means a conservative estimate of the daily intake of the

human population, including sensitive subgroups, that is likely to be without appreciable

risk of deleterious effect during a lifetime. The reference dose is expressed in units of

milligrams per kilogram body weight per day.

(f) “Relative source contribution factor” or “RSC” means that portion of a person’s total

daily intake of a noncarcinogenic hazardous substance that comes from the medium being

addressed by the cleanup criterion.

(g) “Relevant pathway” means an exposure pathway that is reasonable and relevant

because there is a reasonable potential for exposure to a hazardous substance to occur to a

human or nonhuman receptor. The components of an exposure pathway are a source or

release of a hazardous substance, an exposure point, and, if the exposure point is not the

source or point of release, a transport medium. The existence of a municipal water

supply, exposure barrier, or other similar feature does not automatically make an

exposure pathway irrelevant.

(h) "Risk assessment" means the analytical process used to determine the risk to the

public health, safety, or welfare or to the environment associated with a release or threat

of release of a hazardous substance at a facility.

(i) "Secondary maximum contaminant level" means the United States environmental

protection agency's secondary maximum contaminant level for protection of the public

welfare for substances that may adversely affect the taste, odor, color, appearance, or any

aesthetic quality of drinking water, as set forth in 40 C.F.R. part 143 (revised as of July 1,

2012), which is adopted by reference in these rules and which is available for inspection

at the Lansing office of the department, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan.

Copies of the provisions may be purchased, at a cost as of the time of adoption of these

rules of $55.00, from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office,

Washington, DC 20401 (Stock Number 869-044-00152-7), or from the Department of

Environmental Quality, Remediation and Redevelopment Division, 525 West Allegan

Street, Lansing, Michigan 48933, at cost.

(j) "Toxicological interaction" means simultaneous exposure to 2 or more hazardous

substances which will produce a toxicological response that is greater or less than their

individual responses.

(k) "Weight of evidence," a term of art used in risk assessment, means an evaluation of

the relevant scientific data conducted to determine the likelihood that a hazardous

substance is a human carcinogen or causes noncancer adverse health effects, or both. The

evaluation may include any of the following information in addition to toxicological

bioassays:

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(i) Structure-activity relationships.

(ii) chemical-physical properties.

(iii) Short-term test findings.

(iv) Results of appropriate physiological, biological, and toxicological observations.

(v) Comparative metabolism and pharmacokinetic studies.

(l) “Volatile” means any compound that exhibits a Henry’s law constant equal to or

greater than 0.00001 atmosphere-cubic meter per mole at standard temperature and

pressure.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.3 Response activities; protection of public health, safety, welfare, and

environment required; rules applicable to interim response actions designed to

meet cleanup criteria; degree of cleanup; modification of cleanup category;

aquifers; unacceptability of response activity plan.

Rule 3. (1) All response activities shall be protective of the public health, safety, and

welfare and the environment. Applicable generic cleanup criteria established by the

department pursuant to section 20120a(1) and site specific cleanup criteria approved by

the department under section 20120a(2) and 20120b of the act and these rules reflect the

department’s judgment, at the time the criteria are established or approved by the

department, about the numerical criteria required to meet this protectiveness requirement,

subject to the provisions of R 299.4(3), R 299.28, and R 299.34(2).

(2) The rules in this part apply to interim response activities that are designed to meet

cleanup criteria. References in this part to response activity also include those interim

response activities.

(3) The category of land use-based remedial action under section 20120a(1) of the act or

the site-specific cleanup criteria identified under sections 20120a(2) and 20120b of the

act may be modified by the person proposing to conduct the response activity that will

result in modification during implementation or after completion of a remedial action, if

appropriate to the facility and if that modification is accomplished in a manner that is

consistent with the act and these rules.

(4) If a revised land use-based remedial action includes characteristics that are required

to be approved by the department, then the person implementing the change shall seek

department approval as required by part 201 of the act and these rules.

(5) The horizontal and vertical extent of hazardous substance concentrations in an

aquifer above the higher of either the concentration allowed by section 20120a(1)(a) or

(10) of the act, as applicable, shall not increase after the initiation of remedial actions to

address an aquifer, except as approved by the director as provided in section 20118(5)

and (6) of the act.

(6) All remedial actions that address the remediation of an aquifer shall provide for

removal of the hazardous substance or substances from the aquifer, either through active

remediation or as a result of naturally occurring biological or chemical processes which

can be documented to occur at the facility, except as provided in section 20118(5) and (6)

of the act.

History: 2013 AACS.

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R 299.4 General requirements for application of cleanup criteria.

Rule 4. (1) All cleanup criteria used in response activity undertaken under part 201 of

the act and these rules shall be based on best available information.

(2) The generic cleanup criteria developed by the department using the algorithms

presented in these rules are derived primarily from data that reflect chronic toxicity

endpoints. If a hazardous substance has a more sensitive toxic effect than those

associated with the chronic toxicity data used to calculate a generic criterion, then a

criterion shall be developed to address the most sensitive effect. The generic cleanup

criteria established by the department shall be accepted as protective of the most sensitive

toxic effect in a given exposure pathway for the hazardous substance in question.

(3) If the department has not calculated a criterion for a hazardous substance for a given

exposure pathway, then the person proposing or implementing the response activity shall

supply the necessary data for the department to calculate a criterion or establish a

criterion under subrule (4) of this rule, unless the department determines that a numerical

criterion is not required to assure that a given response activity will be protective.

(4) A generic or site-specific cleanup criterion may be established by the department

based on best professional judgment instead of a calculation based on minimum toxicity

data for a specific hazardous substance when the minimum toxicity data are not available

for that hazardous substance, but data of sufficient quality are available to show that the

hazardous substance in question can be adequately assessed by comparison to the toxicity

of another hazardous substance for which sufficient data are available. A criterion may

be established by the department in this manner when the hazardous substances are

expected by the department to have similar fate and toxicity.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.6 Generic cleanup criteria; toxicological and chemical-physical properties;

use of generic cleanup criteria as risk based screening levels; procedure for

developing additional generic criteria.

Rule 6. (1) Except as provided in subrules (9), (10) and (11) of this rule, generic

groundwater cleanup criteria for the residential and nonresidential categories shall be the

values shown in table 1 of R 299.44. If a generic groundwater cleanup criterion is higher

than the flammability and explosivity screening level shown in table 1 of R 299.44, then

the person proposing or implementing response activity shall document whether

additional response activity is required to protect against the acute hazard.

(2) Except as provided in subrules (9), (10), and (11) of this rule, generic soil cleanup

criteria for the residential category shall be the values shown in table 2 of R 299.46. If

soil concentrations are greater than Csat, then the person proposing or implementing

response activity shall evaluate whether additional response activity is required to control

free-phase liquids or to protect against risks associated with free-phase liquids that are

not accounted for in development of the generic criteria.

(3) Except as provided in subrules (9), (10), and (11) of this rule, generic soil cleanup

criteria for the nonresidential category shall be the values shown in table 3 of R 299.48.

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(4) The generic cleanup criteria shown in R 299.44, R 299.46, and R 299.48 and

identified under subrule (12) of this rule may be used and known as risk-based screening

levels for corrective actions required under part 213 of the act.

(5) Generic cleanup criteria under R 299.44, R 299.46, and R 299.48 are based on the

target detection limit or background concentration in the following cases:

(a) If a calculated cleanup criterion is less than the target detection limit for that

hazardous substance in a given medium, then the target detection limit is the cleanup

criterion. Criteria to which this subdivision applies are designated with a footnote in the

criteria tables.

(b) A background concentration may be substituted for a generic cleanup criterion when

the background concentration is higher than a criterion shown in R 299.44, R 299.46, or

R 299.48.

(6) If a hazardous substance imparts adverse aesthetic characteristics to groundwater at a

concentration less than the health-based criterion for that hazardous substance, then the

aesthetic-based criterion derived under R 299.9 is shown as the drinking water criterion

in the table of generic cleanup criteria in R 299.44 and designated with a footnote.

(7) Except as provided in section 20120a(9) of the act, R 299.49(1)(l), and

R 299.49(1)(o), the toxicological and physical-chemical input values used by the

department to derive generic cleanup criteria with the equations and default assumptions

provided in R 299.10, R 299.14, R 299.20, R 299.22, R 299.24, and R 299.26 are shown

in table 4 of R 299.50.

(8) Toxicological and chemical-physical data in table 4 of R 299.50, if available, shall

be used in conjunction with the equations and default assumptions that appear in these

rules for the development of generic cleanup criteria under subrules (9) or (10) of this

rule, except as provided in section 20120a(9) of the act, R 299.49(1)(l), and R

299.49(1)(o).

(9) For a substance that is not listed in the cleanup criteria tables in R 299.44, R 299.46,

or R 299.48, the department may determine if the substance is a hazardous substance

using best available information about the toxicological and physical-chemical properties

of that substance and use that information to develop a generic or site-specific cleanup

criterion.

(10) For a substance that is listed in the cleanup criteria tables in R 299.44, R 299.46, or

R 299.48, if the department obtains sufficient information to support calculation of a

cleanup criterion which is designated in the cleanup criteria tables or table 4 of R 299.50

with a footnote “ID” or “NA,” the department shall use best available information to

calculate a cleanup criterion for the hazardous substance.

(11) If a new state drinking water standard is established or a state drinking water

standard is changed after the effective date of this rule, the drinking water standard in

effect under section 5 of 1976 PA 399, MCL 325.1005, shall become the generic

residential cleanup criterion under R 299.44, as provided in section 20120a(5) of the act.

(12) If a generic cleanup criterion is developed under subrule (9) or (10) of this rule, or

modified under subrule (11) of this rule, the department shall make the new toxicological

and physical-chemical data and criterion available by announcing it on the department’s

internet web site, and by publishing notice of the change in the department calendar, or

by such other means that effectively notifies interested persons. The new criterion shall

take effect when published and announced by the department as required in this rule. The

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new data and resulting cleanup criterion shall remain effective and be used as required

under these rules until the department promulgates revised data and criteria pursuant to

administrative procedures act, 1969 PA 306, MCL 24.201 to 24.328.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.8 Groundwater cleanup criteria generally.

Rule 8. (1) Except as provided in subrule (2) of this rule, the generic groundwater

cleanup criteria applicable at a given facility shall be the most restrictive of the criteria

developed under R 299.9, R 299.10, or R 299.14, considering those pathways that are

reasonable and relevant to the facility and the category of cleanup criteria being proposed

or implemented.

(2) If a generic groundwater cleanup criterion developed under R 299.9, R 299.10, or R

299.14 is greater than the solubility limit of that hazardous substance in water at 25o

Celsius, then the solubility limit shall be the generic criteria for that pathway.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.9 Calculation of generic cleanup criteria for groundwater in aquifer based

on adverse aesthetic impacts.

Rule 9. (1) If a hazardous substance, singly or in combination with other hazardous

substances present at the facility, imparts adverse aesthetic characteristics to groundwater

in an aquifer, then the cleanup criterion shall be the secondary maximum contaminant

level, or, if there is no secondary maximum contaminant level, then the concentration that

is documented as the taste or odor threshold concentration or the concentration below

which appearance or other aesthetic characteristics are not adversely affected. The

criteria of this subrule shall apply only when the level required by this subrule is less than

the level required by section 20120a(4) of the act. A taste or odor threshold

concentration or a concentration adversely affecting appearance shall be determined

according to methods approved by the United States environmental protection agency.

(2) For the purposes of this rule, the point of exposure shall be presumed to be any point

in the affected aquifer.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.10 Generic cleanup criteria for groundwater in aquifer based on ingestion of

groundwater for drinking water.

Rule 10. (1) Exposure to groundwater by ingestion shall be considered a relevant

pathway for groundwater that satisfies either of the following conditions:

(a) The groundwater is in an aquifer.

(b) The groundwater is not in an aquifer, but can reasonably be expected to transport a

hazardous substance into an aquifer in a concentration that exceeds the generic residential

criteria developed under subrule (2) of this rule.

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(2) The criteria developed pursuant to R 299.9 and R 299.10 are not applicable if

ingestion of the groundwater is, or as part of the response activity will be, reliably

restricted by a restrictive covenant, a notice of approved environmental remediation, or

an institutional control that is allowed for under these rules and approved by the

department, if approval is required.

(3) Cleanup criteria for groundwater based on ingestion of groundwater for drinking

water shall be calculated according to the following algorithms, except as provided for in

R 299.34. Criteria calculated under this subrule shall be the generic cleanup criterion,

unless a state drinking water standard is available or, if a criterion protective of adverse

aesthetic characteristics is more restrictive, as provided for in section 20120a(5) of the

act.

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EQUATION FOR CARCINOGENIC EFFECTS:

TRBW  AT CF DWC =

SF EF ED  IR dw

where,

DWC (Drinking water criterion) = chemical-specific (ug/L or ppb)

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

BW (Body weight) = 70 kg

AT (Averaging time in days) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

CF (Conversion factor) = 1000 ug/mg

SF (Oral cancer slope factor) = chemical-specific (mg/kg-day)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

= 245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

= 21 years (nonresidential)

IRdw (Drinking water ingestion rate) = 2 liters/day (residential)

= 1 liter/day (nonresidential)

EQUATION FOR NONCARCINOGENS:

THQ RfD BW  AT RSC  CF DWC =

EF ED  IR dw

where,

DWC (Drinking water criterion) = chemical-specific (ug/L or ppb)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

RfD (Oral reference dose) = chemical-specific (mg/kg-day)

BW (Body weight) = 70 kg

= 10,950 days (30 years x 365

AT (Averaging time) days/year - residential)

7,665 days (21 years x 365

days/year - nonresidential)

RSC (Relative source contribution) = chemical-specific or 0.2 if

chemical-specific data are not

available

CF (Conversion factor) = 1000 ug/mg

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

21 years (nonresidential)

IRdw (Drinking water ingestion rate) = 2 liters/day (residential)

1 liter/day (nonresidential)

(4) For the purposes of this rule, the point of exposure shall be presumed to be any point

in the affected aquifer.

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History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.14 Generic cleanup criteria for groundwater based on hazardous substance

vapors emanating from groundwater to indoor air.

Rule 14. (1) Inhalation of hazardous substance vapors volatilizing from groundwater to

indoor air shall be considered a reasonable and relevant exposure pathway for hazardous

substances in groundwater that have a Henry’s law constant greater than or equal to

0.00001 atm-m3/mole.

(2) Except as provided in subrule (1) of this rule, if any of the following conditions

exist, the generic criteria developed pursuant to this rule shall not apply and a site-

specific evaluation of indoor inhalation risks shall be conducted:

(a) There is a structure present or planned to be constructed at the facility which does

not have a concrete block or poured concrete floor and walls.

(b) The highest water table elevation of a contaminated saturated zone at the facility,

considering seasonal variation, is within 3 meters of the ground surface.

(c) There is a sump present that is not completely isolated from the surrounding soil by

its materials of construction, or there is other direct entry of contaminated groundwater

into the basement.

(3) Groundwater cleanup criteria based on inhalation of hazardous substance vapors

volatilizing from groundwater to indoor air shall be called groundwater volatilization

indoor air inhalation criteria (“GVIIC”). The GVIIC is determined by the following

series of calculations, except as provided in R 299.34(3):

EQUATION FOR CARCINOGENIC EFFECTS:

TR AT x AIR GVIIC =

IURF EF EDCRbuilding

where,

GVIIC (Groundwater volatilization indoor = chemical-specific, ug/L

air inhalation criteria)

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 x 365)

AIR (Adjusted inhalation rate) = 1 (residential)

= 2 (nonresidential)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific, (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

= 245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

= 21 years (nonresidential)

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration to = chemical-specific,

groundwater concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/L)

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EQUATION FOR NONCARCINOGENIC EFFECTS:

THQ  AT GVIIC =

(1 ITSL )EF ED CRbuilding where,

GVIIC (Groundwater volatilization indoor = chemical-specific, ug/L

air inhalation criteria)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 10,950 days (residential)

= 7,665 days (nonresidential)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

= 245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

= 21 years (nonresidential)

ITSL (Initial threshold screening level) = chemical-specific, ug/m3

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration to = chemical-specific,

groundwater concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/L)

The ratio of the indoor air concentration to the groundwater concentration is calculated

as: gw

CRbuilding = CRsource 

where,

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration to = chemical-specific,

groundwater concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/L)

 (Attenuation coefficient) = chemical-specific,

unitless

CRgw (Ratio of soil vapor concentration to = chemical-specific, source groundwater/source concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/L)

The soil vapor-phase concentration generated from a hazardous substance in groundwater

is assumed to be in equilibrium with the aqueous phase concentration (Cw) of that

substance as related by the dimensionless Henry’s law constant (H’) such that:

gw 3 3 CR source = H' x TAFCw 10 L/m

where,

CRgw source (Ratio of soil vapor concentration to = chemical-specific,

groundwater/source concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/L)

H’ (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H’ = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant at 25 degrees = chemical-specific,

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Celsius) (atm-m3/mol)

TAF (Temperature adjustment factor) = 0.5, unitless

Cw (Uniform unit groundwater = 1 ug/L

concentration)

The intrusion rate of hazardous substance vapors into buildings is predicted using an

analytical solution which couples both diffusive and convective transport of vapors

emanating from groundwater into enclosed spaces. An attenuation coefficient () is

calculated that is expressed as the ratio of building indoor air concentration to the vapor-

phase concentration at the source. Values of  are calculated assuming infinite source

conditions. For infinite source conditions  is written as follows:

 effD A  

 bT   Q L  exp soil crack  Q   crack   building

LT   

D A crack    

 =   effD A   eff

  Q  b D A

  b     exp soil

Lcrack  +  T  +  T  Q

exp soil Lcrack  

     −1 crack     crack   

D A Q L Q Lcrack  building T soil T  D A      

  crack     

where,

 (Attenuation coefficient) = unitless

Deff (Total effective diffusion coefficient) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

T

Dcrack (Effective diffusion coefficient 2 crack Def f= cm /s, (D = v , see through crack) ef f

equation for Dv below)

Ab (Area of enclosed space below grade) = 1.96E+6 cm 2 (residential)

= 3.83E+6 cm2 (nonresidential)

Qbuilding (Building ventilation rate) = 1.51E+5 cm 3/s (residential)

= 5.04E+5 cm3/s (nonresidential)

Lcrack (Building foundation thickness) = 15 cm

LT (Source-building separation distance) = 115 cm (residential)

= 300 cm (nonresidential)

Qsoil (Volumetric flow rate of soil vapor = 0.81 cm 3/s (residential)

into the building) = 2.10 cm3/s (nonresidential)

Acrack (Total area of cracks below grade) = 196 cm 2 (residential)

= 383 cm2 (nonresidential)

exp(p) (The base of the natural logarithm = ep

raised to power p)

To characterize contaminant diffusion from groundwater into buildings a total effective ef f

diffusion coefficient (DT ) is calculated to account for both liquid phase diffusion of the ef f

contaminant through the capillary fringe, (Dcf ) , and vapor phase diffusion through the ef f

vadose zone, (Dv ). The calculation is as follows:

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Def f L

= T T (h +L ef f ef fv crack ) Dv + (hcf Dcf )

where,

Def f (Total effective diffusion coefficient) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

T

LT (Source-building separation distance) = 115 cm (residential)

= 300 cm (nonresidential)

hv (Thickness of vadose zone below = 75 cm (residential)

enclosed space floor) = 260 cm (nonresidential)

Lcrack (Building foundation thickness) = 15 cm

Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient through = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

v vadose zone)

hcf (Thickness of capillary fringe) = 25 cm

Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient through = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

cf

capillary fringe)

ef f The effective diffusion coefficient calculation for the vadose zone (Dv ) is written as:

ef f Dv = Da (

 D 3.33 n2 )+ w (3.33 a  w n

2 ) H'TAF

 

where,

Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient through = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

v vadose zone)

Da (Diffusivity in air) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

a (Soil air-filled porosity) = 0.13 cm 3/cm3

N (Total soil porosity) = 0.43 cm3/cm3

Dw (Diffusivity in water) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

H’ (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H’ = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant = chemical-specific,

(atm-m3/mol)

TAF (Temperature adjustment factor) = 0.5

w (Soil water-filled porosity) = 0.3 cm 3/cm3

ef f

The effective diffusion coefficient calculation for the capillary fringe (Dcf ) is written as:

Def fcf = D (θ3.33 n2 )  D

+ w 3.33 2 

a a,cf  (θw,cf n ) H'TAF 

where,

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Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient through = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

cf

capillary fringe)

Da (Diffusivity in air) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

a,cf (Soil air-filled porosity in capillary = 0.078 cm 3/cm3

fringe)

Dw (Diffusivity in water) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

H’ (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H’ = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant) = chemical-specific,

(atm-m3/mol)

TAF (Temperature adjustment factor) = 0.5

w,cf (Soil water-filled porosity in capillary = 0.352 cm 3/cm3

fringe)

N (Total soil porosity) = 0.43 cm3/cm3

(4) Facility-specific measurements of the following parameters may be substituted

individually for the generic assumptions and still allow the facility to satisfy the generic

categorical criteria under section 20120a(1)(a) to (e) of the act:

(a) Dry soil bulk density.

(b) Fraction of organic carbon in soil.

(c) Soil vapor permeability.

(d) Temperature adjustment factor for Henry’s law constant.

(e) Source-building foundation separation distance.

(f) Vertical thickness of capillary fringe.

Facility-specific measurements shall be based on representative characterization.

Documentation of all facility specific values shall be provided in the response activity

plan, no further action report, or other response activity documentation.

(5) The department may approve methods to demonstrate compliance with criteria for

the exposure pathway if those methods are more representative of in-situ conditions at the

facility. Methods acceptable to the department may include, but are not limited to, use of

representative soil gas concentrations.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.18 Cleanup criteria for soil generally.

Rule 18. (1) The generic cleanup criteria for soil at a facility shall be the most restrictive

of the applicable criteria developed under R 299.20 to R 299.28, considering those

pathways that are reasonable and relevant at the facility and the category being proposed

or implemented.

(2) If a generic soil cleanup criterion developed under R 299.20 to R 299.26 is greater

than the Csat concentration for that hazardous substance, then the generic criteria may not

apply. A site specific risk evaluation may be conducted for each relevant exposure

pathway where free-phase liquids or non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) are present.

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History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.20 Generic cleanup criteria for soil based on direct contact.

Rule 20. (1) Cleanup criteria for soil based on direct contact shall be calculated for the

generic residential category according to the following algorithms, except as provided in

R 299.34(3):

EQUATION FOR CARCINOGENS:

TRATCF DCC=

SF [(EFi IF AEi )+ (EFd DFAEd )]

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where,

DCC (Direct contact criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

CF (Conversion factor) = 1E+9 ug/kg

SF (Oral cancer slope factor) = chemical-specific (mg/kg-day)-

1

EFi (Ingestion exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

IF (Age-adjusted soil ingestion factor) = 114 mg-year/kg-day*

AEi (Ingestion absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EFd (Dermal exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

DF (Age-adjusted soil dermal factor) = 353 mg-year/kg-day**

AEd (Dermal absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EQUATIONS FOR NONCARCINOGENS:

THQRfDATCFRSC DCC=

[(EFi IF AEi )+ (EFd DFAEd )]

where,

DCC (Direct contact criterion) = chemical-specific (ug/kg or

ppb)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

RfD (Oral reference dose) = chemical-specific mg/kg-/day

AT (Averaging time) = 10,950 days (30 years x 365

days/year)

CF (Conversion factor) = 1E+9 ug/kg

RSC (Relative source contribution) = 1

EFi (Ingestion exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

IF (Age-adjusted soil ingestion factor) = 114 mg-year/kg-day*

AEi (Ingestion absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EFd (Dermal exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

DF (Age-adjusted soil dermal factor) = 353 mg-year/kg-day**

AEd (Dermal absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

and,

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 IR   age 1−6

EDage 1−6  IR ED  * IF =  + 

adult adult     BWage 1−6   BW

 adult 

where,

IRsoil/age 1-6 (Soil ingestion rate) = 200 mg/day

EDage 1-6 (Exposure duration) = 6 years

BWage 1-6 (Body weight) = 15 kg

IRadult (Soil ingestion rate) = 100 mg/day

EDadult (Exposure duration) = 24 years

BWadult (Body weight) = 70 kg

and,

SA age 1−6 EV  AF  age 1−6 EDage 1−6 SA 

**DF = + adult EV  AFadult EDadult 

  BW

   age 1−6   BWadult 

where,

SA 2age 1-6 (Skin surface area) = 2,670 cm /dayevent

EV (Event frequency) = 1 event/day

AFage 1-6 (Soil adherence factor) = 0.2 mg/cm 2

EDage 1-6 (Exposure duration) = 6 years

BWage 1-6 (Body weight) = 15 kg

SAadult (Skin surface area) = 5,800 cm 2/dayevent

AFadult (Soil adherence factor) = 0.07 mg/cm 2

EDadult (Exposure duration) = 24 years

BWadult (Body weight) = 70 kg

(2) Cleanup criteria for soil based on direct contact shall be calculated for the generic

nonresidential category according to the following algorithms, except as provided in R

299.34(3):

EQUATION FOR CARCINOGENS:

TR BW ATCF DCC=

SFED [(EFi  IR s  AEi ) + (EFd SAEV AFAEd )]

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where,

DCC (Direct contact criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

BW (Body weight) = 70 kg

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

CF (Conversion factor) = 1E+9 ug/kg

SF (Oral cancer slope factor) = chemical-specific (mg/kg-day)-1

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

EFi (Ingestion exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

IRs (Soil ingestion rate) = 100 mg/day (residential)

AEi (Ingestion absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EFd (Dermal exposure frequency) = 160 days/year

SA (Skin surface area) = 3,300 cm2/day event

EV (Event frequency) = 1 event/day

AF (Soil adherence factor) = 0.2 mg/cm2 (nonresidential)

AEd (Dermal absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EQUATION FOR NONCARCINOGENS:

THQRfDBWATCFRSC DCC=

ED [(EFi IR s AEi ) + (EFd SAEVAFAEd )]

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where,

DCC (Direct contact criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

RfD (Oral reference dose) = chemical-specific, mg/kg-/day

BW (Body weight) = 70 kg

AT (Averaging time) = 7,665 days (21 years x 365

days/year)

CF (Conversion factor) = 1E+9 ug/kg

RSC (Relative source contribution) = 1

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

EFi (Ingestion exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

IRs (Soil ingestion rate) = 100 mg/day

AEi (Ingestion absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

EFd (Dermal exposure frequency) = 160 days/year

SA (Skin surface area) = 3,300 cm2/day event

EV (Event frequency) = 1 event/day

AF (Soil adherence factor) = 0.2 mg/cm2 (nonresidential)

AEd (Dermal absorption efficiency) = chemical-specific or default

specified at R 299.20(3)

(3) Absorption efficiencies used to calculate generic direct contact criteria are as

follows:

(a) Chemical-specific data may be submitted to the department to support development

of a new generic criterion under R 299.6(9) or (10) and shall be used in this rule if

determined by the department to be the best available information.

(b) If chemical-specific data are not available, then the following default absorption

efficiencies shall be used:

(i) AEi shall be 50% for organic hazardous substances which exhibit a log octanol water

partitioning coefficient greater than 5 and a molecular weight greater than 200 grams per

mole or which are not ionizing organic compounds, and 100% for all other organic

hazardous substances.

(ii) AEi shall be 50% for inorganic hazardous substances.

(iii) AEd shall be assumed to be 10% for organic hazardous substances.

(iv) AEd shall be assumed to be 1% for inorganic hazardous substances.

(4) To demonstrate compliance with generic direct contact criteria, the criteria shall be

applied without regard to the depth of contaminated soil.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.22 Generic cleanup criteria for soil based on leaching of hazardous

substances into groundwater.

Rule 22. (1) To assure that soils do not pose a threat of aquifer contamination, the

concentration of the hazardous substance in soil shall be below that which produces a

concentration in leachate that is equal to the least restrictive of the applicable

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groundwater criteria specified in subdivisions (a) to (c) of this subrule, or below a

criterion based on the soil-water partitioning characteristics of a hazardous substance as

provided in subrule (4) of this rule, whichever is higher. The selection of the following

least restrictive value, and comparison to the soil-water partitioning value, shall be done

separately for each pathway that is relevant at the facility:

(a) The groundwater criteria developed under R 299.8 to 299.14.

(b) The leachate concentration generated by background soil.

(c) The groundwater concentration allowed by target detection limit, if it is higher than a

risk-based criterion that would otherwise be the most restrictive.

(2) Leachate testing is not required to demonstrate compliance with subrule (1) of this

rule if the total concentration of a hazardous substance in soil does not exceed 20 times

the lowest groundwater cleanup criterion that is applicable at the facility or does not

exceed the soil-water partitioning value established under subrule (4) of this rule,

whichever is higher.

(3) Leachate concentrations shall be determined by a method that best represents in-situ

conditions. For the purposes of this rule, the following test methods are acceptable:

(a) The United States environmental protection agency's toxicity characteristic leaching

procedure (TCLP) (revised as of July 1992) or the synthetic precipitation leachate

procedure (SPLP) (revised as of September 1994) as set forth in SW-846, Test Methods

for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods, (revised to include Update III,

June 13, 1997), published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, which

are adopted by reference in these rules and which are available for inspection at the

Lansing office of the department, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan. Copies

of the provisions may be purchased at a cost as of the time of adoption of these rules of

$239.00 from the National Technical Information Service, United States Department of

Commerce, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia 22161 (publication number

PB97-156111GEI), or from the Department of Environmental Quality, Remediation and

Redevelopment Division, 525 West Allegan, Lansing, Michigan 48909, at cost.

(b) Other methods accepted by the department to more accurately simulate conditions at

the site than the test methods specified in subdivision (a) of this subrule.

(4) The department may, if adequate data are available, establish acceptable soil

concentrations based on soil-water partitioning characteristics of a hazardous substance.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.24 Generic cleanup criteria for soil based on indoor inhalation of hazardous

substance vapors volatilized from soil.

Rule 24. (1) Indoor inhalation of hazardous substance vapors volatilizing to indoor air

from soil shall be considered a reasonable and relevant exposure pathway only for

hazardous substances that have a Henry’s law constant greater than or equal to 0.00001

atm-m3/mole.

(2) Except as provided in subrule (1) of this rule, if any of the following conditions

exist, the generic criteria developed pursuant to this rule shall not apply and a site-

specific evaluation of indoor inhalation risks shall be conducted:

(a) There is a structure present or planned to be constructed at the facility which does

not have a concrete block or poured concrete floor and walls.

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(b) There is a sump present that is not completely isolated from the surrounding soil by

its materials of construction.

(3) Soil cleanup criteria based on indoor inhalation of volatile emissions from hazardous

substances in soil shall be called soil volatilization indoor air inhalation criteria

(“SVIIC”). The SVIIC is determined by the following series of calculations, except as

provided in R 299.34(3):

EQUATION FOR CARCINOGENIC EFFECTS:

TRAT X AIR SVIIC =

IURF EFEDCRbuilding

where,

SVIIC (Soil volatilization indoor air = chemical-specific, ug/kg

inhalation criterion)

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

AIR (Adjusted inhalation rate) = 1 (residential)

= 2 (nonresidential)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific, (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

= 245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

= 21 years (nonresidential)

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration = chemical-specific,

to soil concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/kg)

EQUATION FOR NONCARCINOGENIC EFFECTS:

THQ  AT SVIIC =

(1 ITSL )EFEDCRbuilding

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where,

SVIIC (Soil volatilization indoor air = chemical-specific, ug/kg

inhalation criterion)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 10,950 days (residential)

= 7,665 days (nonresidential)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year (residential)

= 245 days/year (nonresidential)

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years (residential)

= 21 years (nonresidential)

ITSL (Initial threshold screening level) = chemical-specific, ug/m3

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration = chemical-specific,

to soil concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/kg)

The contaminant vapor concentration in the building indoor air is written as:

soil

CRbuilding = CRsource 

where,

CRbuilding (Ratio of indoor air concentration to = chemical-specific,

soil concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/kg)

 (Attenuation coefficient) = chemical-specific,

Unitless

CRsoil (Ratio of soil vapor concentration to = chemical-specific, source soil/source concentration) (ug/m3)/(ug/kg)

The vapor-phase contaminant concentration at the source for soil is written as:

soil H'TAF C  −3

s b 10 kg g10 6 cm3 m3

CRsource = w + (k d b )+ (H'TAF a )

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where,

CR soilsource (Ratio of soil vapor concentration to = chemical-specific,

soil/source concentration) (ug/m 3)/(ug/kg)

H’ (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H’ = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant at 25 degrees = chemical-specific,

Celsius) (atm-m3/mol)

TAF (Temperature adjustment factor) = 0.5, unitless

C (Uniform concentration in soil) = 1 ug/kg s

 (Dry soil bulk density) = 1.5 g/cm 3

b

 (Soil water-filled porosity) = 0.3 cm3/cm3 w

k (Soil-water partition coefficient) = chemical-specific, cm 3/g

d

(equivalent to L/kg)

For organic compounds = Koc (cm 3/g) x foc (g/g)

For inorganic compounds = chemical-specific, cm3/g

K (Soil organic carbon partition = chemical-specific, cm 3/g

oc

coefficient)

f (Fraction of organic carbon content of = 0.002 g/g (0.2%) oc soil)

 (Soil air-filled porosity) = 0.13 cm 3/cm3

a

The intrusion rate of hazardous substance vapors into buildings is predicted using an

analytical solution which couples both diffusive and convective transport of vapors

emanating from subsurface soil into enclosed spaces. An attenuation coefficient () is

calculated that is expressed as the ratio of building indoor air concentration to the vapor-

phase concentration at the source. Values of  are calculated assuming infinite source

conditions. For infinite source conditions  is written as follows:

 effD A  

 b   Q v exp soil Lcrack 

Q   crack   building

LT D A    crack   

 =   eff   eff 

 Q L  D Ab D A 

 b   Q L   exp soil crack  +  v  +  v  exp soil crack  −1 crack  Q L  Q L   crack

 D A

   crack  building T soil T 

D A      crack 

      

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where,

 (Attenuation coefficient) = unitless

Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

v through vadose zone)

Dcrack (Effective diffusion coefficient ef f= cm2/s, (Dcrack = Dv , see through crack)

Def f equation for v below)

Ab (Area of enclosed space below grade) = 1.96E+6 cm 2 (residential)

= 3.83E+6 cm2 (nonresidential)

Qbuilding (Building ventilation rate) = 1.51E+5 cm 3/s (residential)

= 5.04E+5 cm3/s (nonresidential)

Lcrack (Building foundation thickness) = 15 cm

LT (Source-building separation distance) = 15 cm (All land use categories)

Qsoil (Volumetric flow rate of soil vapor = 0.81 cm 3/s (residential)

into the building) = 2.10 cm3/s (nonresidential)

A 2crack (Total area of cracks below grade) = 196 cm (residential)

= 383 cm2 (nonresidential)

exp(p) (The base of the natural logarithm = ep

raised to power p)

ef f

The effective diffusion coefficient calculation for the vadose zone (D v ) is written as:

ef f  D  Dv = D (3.33 n2 )+ w (3.33 2a a  w n )

H'TAF  

where,

Def f (Effective diffusion coefficient through = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

v vadose zone)

Da (Diffusivity in air) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

a (Soil air-filled porosity) = 0.13 cm 3/cm3

n (Total soil porosity) = 0.43 cm3/cm3

Dw (Diffusivity in water) = chemical-specific, cm 2/s

H’ (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H’ = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant = chemical-specific,

(atm-m3/mol)

w (Soil water-filled porosity) = 0.3 cm 3/cm3

(4) Facility-specific measurements of the following parameters may be substituted

individually for the generic assumptions and still allow the facility to satisfy the

categorical criteria in section 20120a(1)(a) to (e) of the act:

(a) Dry soil bulk density.

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(b) Fraction of organic carbon in soil.

(c) Soil vapor permeability.

(d) Temperature adjustment factor for Henry’s law constant.

Facility-specific measurements shall be based on representative characterization.

Documentation of all facility specific values shall be provided in the response activity

plan or no further action report.

(5) The department may approve methods to demonstrate compliance with criteria for

this exposure pathway if those methods are more representative of in-situ conditions at

the facility. Methods acceptable to the department may include, but are not limited to,

evaluation of representative soil gas concentrations.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.26 Generic cleanup criteria for soil based on inhalation of hazardous

substances in ambient air.

Rule 26. (1) Inhalation of hazardous substance emissions in ambient air from soil shall

be considered a reasonable and relevant pathway for all facilities.

(2) Generic cleanup criteria for soil based on inhalation of volatile hazardous substance

emission to ambient air shall be called volatile soil inhalation criteria (VSIC). Generic

cleanup criteria for soil based on inhalation of particulate hazardous substance emission

to ambient air shall be called particulate soil inhalation criteria (PSIC). The generic

residential VSIC and PSIC are calculated as follows, except as provided in R 299.34(3):

EQUATIONS FOR CARCINOGENS:

TR  AT VSIC =

IURF EF ED  (1 VF)

where,

VSIC (Volatile soil inhalation = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

criterion)

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

and,

TR  AT PSIC =

IURF EFED (1 PEF)

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where,

PSIC (Particulate soil inhalation = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

criterion)

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years

PEF (Particulate emission factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

EQUATIONS FOR NONCARCINOGENS:

THQ  AT VSIC =

EF ED  (1 ITSL 1 VF)

where,

VSIC (Volatile soil inhalation = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

criterion)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 10,950 days (30 years x 365

days/year)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years

ITSL (Initial threshold screening = chemical-specific, ug/m3

level)

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

and,

THQ  AT PSIC =

EF ED  (1 ITSL 1 PEF)

where,

PSIC (Particulate soil inhalation = chemical-specific, ug/kg or ppb

criterion)

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 10,950 days (30 years x 365

days/year)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 350 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 30 years

ITSL (Initial threshold screening = chemical-specific, ug/m3

level)

PEF (Particulate emission factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

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(3) The soil to air volatilization factor (VF) relates the concentration of a contaminant in

the soil to the concentration of volatilized contaminant in the ambient air. If the vertical

extent of the contaminant source has not been characterized, then the VF shall be

calculated based on the infinite equation presented in subdivision (a) of this subrule. If

the vertical extent of the contaminant source has been adequately characterized

throughout the facility, then the VF shall be calculated either by the finite source equation

presented in subdivision (b) of this subrule or the mass balance equation presented in

subdivision (c) of this subrule, whichever yields the highest VSIC.

av e (a) VF = (Q/C) (1/Js )

Jav es , using the infinite source model shall be calculated as follows:

Jav e 1/2 4 2 2s = b (4DA /t) 10 cm /m

and DA shall be calculated as:

[(3.33D (H TAF) + 3.33 2 D = a a w

Dw )/n ] A

 bKd + w + a(H TAF)

where,

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

Jav e (Normalized average flux from soil) = chemical-specific, g/m 2-

s

second

DA (Apparent diffusivity) = chemical-specific, cm 2/second

Q/C (Dispersion factor for 1/2 acre) = 82.33, g/m2-second per

kg/m3

T (Exposure time) = seconds (ED x 3.1536E+7

seconds/yr)

a (Soil air-filled porosity) = 0.28 Lair/Lsoil

N (Total soil porosity) = 0.43 Lpore/Lsoil

w (Soil water-filled porosity) = 0.15 Lwater/Lsoil

b (Dry soil bulk density) = 1.5 g/cm 3

Da (Diffusivity in air) = chemical-specific, cm 2/second

Dw (Diffusivity in water) = chemical-specific, cm 2/second

H (Dimensionless Henry’s law constant, = chemical-specific, unitless

where H = HLC x 41)

HLC (Henry’s law constant at 250 C) = chemical-specific, atm-

m3/mol

TAF (Temperature adjustment factor) = 0.5

Kd (Soil-water partition coefficient) = chemical-specific, cm 3/g

For organic compounds = Koc (cm 3/g) x foc (g/g)

For inorganic compounds = chemical-specific, cm3/g

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Koc (Soil organic carbon partition = chemical-specific, cm 3/g

coefficient)

foc (Organic carbon content of soil) = 0.006 g/g (0.6%)

(b) The simplified finite source model equation for VF shall be calculated as follows:

VF = (Q/C) (C0 b ) (1 J av e

s )

and,

( )1/ 2Js = Co DA t 1−exp(−d2s 4DA t)

where,

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

Q/C (Dispersion factor for 1/2 acre) = 82.33, g/m2-second per

kg/m3

C0 (Uniform contaminant = 1.5 E-6 g/cm 3

concentration at t=0)

b (Dry soil bulk density) = 1.5 g/cm 3

2 Jav e (Normalized average flux from = chemical-specific, g/m -s

soil) second

Js (Instantaneous flux from soil at = chemical-specific, g/m 2-

time t) second

DA (Apparent diffusivity - see equation = chemical-specific,

above) cm2/second

T (Time) = seconds

ds (Thickness of source) = site-specific, meters

exp(p) (The base of the natural logarithm = ep

raised to power (p))

(c) Mass balance VF shall be calculated as follows:

AT  (3.15 10 -7 seconds/ye ar) VF = (Q/C)

b ds 10 6 g/Mg

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where,

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

Q/C (Dispersion factor for 1/2 acre) = 82.33, g/m2-second per kg/m3

AT (Exposure period) = scenario-specific, years

b (Dry soil bulk density) = 1.5 mg/m 3

ds (Average source depth) = site-specific, meters

(4) The particulate emission factor shall be calculated as follows:

PEF= (Q/C)1 (Ew (1− V)) +Ev

where,

PEF (Particulate emission factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

Q/C (Dispersion factor for 1/2 acre) = 82.33, g/m2-second per kg/m3

Ew (Emission due to wind) = g/m2 per second

Ev (Emission due to vehicle traffic) = g/m2 per second

V (Vegetative cover) = 0.5 (50%), unitless

(5) VSIC and PSIC for nonresidential facilities shall be calculated as follows, except

as provided in R 299.34(3):

EQUATIONS FOR CARCINOGENS:

TR  AT  AIR VSIC =

IURF EF ED  (1/VF)

where,

VSIC (Volatile soil inhalation criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or

ppb

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

AIR (Adjusted inhalation rate) = (20 m3/day)/(10 m3/day)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

and,

TR  AT  AIR PSIC =

IURF EF ED  (1/PEF)

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where,

PSIC (Particulate soil inhalation criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or

ppb

TR (Target risk level) = 10-5

AT (Averaging time) = 25,550 days (70 years x 365

days/year)

AIR (Adjusted inhalation rate) = (20 m3/day)/(10 m3/day)

IURF (Inhalation unit risk factor) = chemical-specific (ug/m3)-1

EF (Exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

PEF (Particulate emission factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

EQUATIONS FOR NONCARCINOGENS:

THQ  AT VSIC =

EF ED  (1/ITSL 1/VF)

where,

VSIC (Volatile soil inhalation criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or

ppb

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 7,665 days (21 years x 365

days/year)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

ITSL (Initial threshold screening level) = chemical-specific, ug/m3

VF (Volatilization factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

and,

THQ  AT PSIC =

EF ED  (1/ITSL 1/PEF)

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where,

PSIC (Particulate soil inhalation criterion) = chemical-specific, ug/kg or

ppb

THQ (Target hazard quotient) = 1

AT (Averaging time) = 7,665 days (21 years x 365

days/year)

EF (Exposure frequency) = 245 days/year

ED (Exposure duration) = 21 years

ITSL (Initial threshold screening level) = chemical-specific, ug/m3

PEF (Particulate emission factor) = chemical-specific, m3/kg

(6) The generic SIC are calculated for a source area size of 1/2 acre. The generic SIC

shall be adjusted for other source area sizes by multiplying the generic SIC by the

modifiers given in the following table. Where the actual source area size falls between

the sizes given in this subrule, generic SIC shall be multiplied by the modifier for the

next largest source size.

Modifiers

Source Size Q/C

(ft2 or acres) (g/m2-s per kg/m3) Modifier

400 ft2 261.26 3.17

1000 ft2 180.76 2.2

2000 ft2 144.91 1.76

¼ acre 94.56 1.15

½ acre 82.33 1

1 acre 71.74 0.87

2 acres 63.51 0.77

5 acres 54.62 0.66

10 acres 49.13 0.6

32 acres 41.55 0.5

100 acres 35.66 0.43

(7) Facility-specific measurements of the following parameters may be substituted for

the generic assumptions and still allow the facility to satisfy the categorical criteria in

section 20120a(1)(a) to (e) of the act:

(a) Dry soil bulk density (b).

(b) Soil water-filled porosity (w).

(c) Soil air-filled porosity (a).

(d) Fraction of organic carbon in soil (foc).

(e) Emission due to wind (Ew).

(f) Dispersion factor (Q/C).

Facility-specific measurements shall be based on representative characterization.

Documentation of all facility-specific values shall be provided in the response activity

plan, no further action report, or other response activity documentation.

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(8) A person who is implementing response activity may demonstrate compliance with

the generic criteria developed under this rule through the collection and analysis of

ambient air samples within the facility boundaries, if the hazardous substance

concentration in surficial soil is representative of facility conditions.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.28 Cleanup criteria for contaminated environmental media based on other

injury which requires consideration.

Rule 28. (1) To assure that hazardous substances in contaminated environmental media

do not pose unacceptable risks not accounted for by other rules in this part, the

concentration of a hazardous substance in a given environmental medium shall meet

cleanup criteria based on sound scientific principles and determined by the department to

be necessary to protect the public health, safety, and welfare and the environment from

any of the following:

(a) Food chain contamination.

(b) Damage to soil or biota in the soil that impairs the use of such soil for agricultural

purposes.

(c) Phytotoxicity.

(d) Physical hazards.

(e) Nonsystemic or acute toxicity.

(f) Injury that may result from the direct transport or runoff of hazardous substances in

soil into surface water.

(g) Injury to the groundwater resource which may impair its use for other purposes that

are determined by the department to be reasonable and relevant considerations at a

facility.

(h) Other injury that requires consideration.

(2) The basis for and information used by the department to develop cleanup criteria

under this rule shall be made available to the public upon request.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.30 Surface water and surface water sediments; cleanup criteria.

Rule 30. (1) Any response activity plan that addresses surface water or sediments

associated with waters of the state shall include site-specific cleanup criteria established

by the department on the basis of sound scientific principles and evaluation of bulk

sediment chemistry, sediment toxicity, and benthic community populations. Criteria

shall be established considering the need to eliminate or mitigate the following use

impairments, as appropriate to the facility in question:

(a) Restrictions on fish or wildlife consumption.

(b) Tainting of fish and wildlife flavor.

(c) Degraded fish or wildlife populations.

(d) Fish tumors or other deformities.

(e) Bird or animal deformities or reproductive problems.

(f) Degradation of benthos.

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(g) Restrictions on dredging activities.

(h) Eutrophication or undesirable algae.

(i) Restrictions on drinking water consumption or taste or odor problems.

(j) Beach closings.

(k) Degradation of aesthetics.

(l) Added costs to agriculture, industry, or a local unit of government.

(m) Degradation of phytoplankton or zooplankton populations.

(n) Loss of fish and wildlife habitat.

(o) Unacceptable risk through human contact as a result of absorption of hazardous

substances through the skin or by incidental ingestion of sediments.

(p) Other unacceptable risks to human receptors exposed to hazardous substances in

sediments.

(2) The basis for, and information used by the department to develop, cleanup criteria

under this rule shall be made available to the public upon request.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.34 Risk assessment and development of cleanup criteria for certain

substances; special considerations.

Rule 34. (1) All polychlorinated and polybrominated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans

shall be considered as 1 hazardous substance, expressed as an equivalent concentration of

2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin, based upon the relative potency and concentration of

the congeners present at the facility.

(2) If 2 or more hazardous substances are present and known to result in toxicological

interaction, then the interactive effects shall be considered in establishing levels that are

protective of the public health, safety, and welfare and the environment.

(3) The department may calculate generic cleanup criteria for certain hazardous

substances using exposure assumptions other than those shown in the algorithms in these

rules if either of the following conditions is satisfied:

(a) A hazardous substance causes an adverse effect in a sensitive subpopulation that is

not adequately protected or represented by the generic exposure assumptions.

(b) The toxicokinetics of a hazardous substance are not best represented by the average

daily dose, when accounting for the most sensitive effect.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.36 Calculation of criteria based on noncarcinogenic endpoints; minimum

toxicity data.

Rule 36. (1) The minimum data required to calculate a cleanup criterion for a

noncarcinogen when the route of exposure is ingestion or dermal absorption shall be the

reference dose that is determined on the basis of the best available information and

considering the weight of evidence.

(2) The minimum data required to calculate a cleanup criterion for a noncarcinogen

when the route of exposure is inhalation shall be the minimum data required for

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calculation of an initial threshold screening level developed under part 55 of the act, and

rules promulgated under part 55.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.38 Determination of cancer slope factors for use in calculation of criteria

based on carcinogenic endpoints.

Rule 38. (1) A non-threshold mechanism of carcinogenesis shall be assumed unless

biological data adequately demonstrate the existence of a threshold on a hazardous

substance-specific basis.

(2) All appropriate human epidemiologic data, animal cancer bioassay data, and all

other pertinent data shall be considered and a cancer slope factor developed if the weight

of evidence for carcinogenicity is sufficient. Preferred data are those from studies which

use the same route of exposure addressed by the criteria. However, in the absence of

such data, route-to-route extrapolations may be conducted where appropriate, considering

whether the critical effect is systemic and thus possible for each different route of

exposure. The risk-associated dose shall be set at a level corresponding to an increased

cancer risk of 1 in 100,000. If acceptable human epidemiologic data are available for a

hazardous substance, then those data shall be used to derive the risk-associated dose. If

acceptable human epidemiologic data are not available, then the risk-associated dose

shall be derived from available animal bioassay data. Data from a species that is

considered most biologically relevant to humans, that is, responds most like humans, is

preferred where all other considerations regarding quality of data are equal. In the

absence of data to distinguish the most relevant species, data from the most sensitive

species tested, that is the species showing a carcinogenic effect at the lowest administered

dose, shall generally be used.

(3) If animal bioassay data are used and a non-threshold mechanism of carcinogenicity

is assumed, then the data shall be fitted to a linearized multistage model, for example, a

Global ‘86 or equivalent computer model. Global ‘86 is the linearized multistage model

that was derived by Howe, Crump, and Van Landingham (1986), which was prepared for

the United States environmental protection agency under subcontract 2-251u-2745 to

Research Triangle Institute, contract 68-01-6826, and which the United States

environmental protection agency uses to determine cancer potencies. The upper-bound

95% confidence limit on risk, or the lower 95% confidence limit on dose, at the 1 in

100,000 risk level shall be used to calculate a risk-associated dose for individual

hazardous substances. Other models, including modifications or variations of the

linearized multistage model that are more appropriate to the available data, may be used

where scientifically justified.

(4) If the duration of the study is significantly less than the natural lifespan of the test

animal, then the slope factor may be adjusted on a case-by-case basis to compensate for

latent tumors that were not expressed. The lifespan of a rat is assumed to be 104 weeks

and the lifespan of a mouse is assumed to be 90 weeks. If the test animal is a rat and the

study duration is less than 90 weeks, or if the test animal is a mouse and the study

duration is less than 78 weeks, then the slope factor shall be multiplied by the following

factor: the expected lifespan (L) divided by the study duration (Le ) raised to the third

power, [(L/L )3e ].

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(5) A species scaling factor shall be used to account for differences between test species

and humans. It shall be assumed that scaling daily administered doses by body mass

raised to the 3/4 power achieves equivalence in lifetime carcinogenic risk in different

mammalian species. To derive a human slope factor from animal data, the default

procedure shall be to multiply the animal slope factor by the ratio of human to animal

body weights raised to the 1/4 power. However, if adequate pharmacokinetic and

metabolism studies are available, then these data may be factored into the adjustment for

species differences on a case-by-case basis.

(6) Additional adjustments shall be made to the data as appropriate. For some cancer

data sets, it may be appropriate to combine incidences of multiple tumor types or

combine benign and malignant tumors of the same histogenic origin. All doses shall be

adjusted to give an average daily dose over the study duration. Adjustments shall be

made to the tumor incidence for early mortality. Animals dying before the appearance of

the first tumor within their dose group shall be removed from the data set. Before

quantification of the dose response, a goodness-of-fit evaluation of the data shall be

conducted.

(7) If human epidemiologic data, animal bioassay data, or other biological data indicate

that a chemical causes cancer via a threshold mechanism, then the risk-associated dose

may, on a case-by-case basis, be calculated using a method that assumes a threshold

mechanism is operative.

(8) Inhalation unit risk factors shall be calculated in the same manner as cancer risk

screening levels for inhalation risk under part 55 of the act.

History: 2013 AACS.

R 299.40 Availability of information used by department to establish cleanup

criteria; public review and comment on revised criteria.

Rule 40. (1) The department shall make available to the public the detailed basis for

calculation of any cleanup criterion established under these rules, including the references

for original studies, papers, or other sources of information that were used or considered.

Requests for information under this rule shall specify the hazardous substance and

exposure pathways for which information is desired.

(2) Any proposed change to a criterion shall be published by the department and subject

to review and comment as part of the rule-making process.

History: 2013 AACS.

CLEANUP CRITERIA REQUIREMENTS FOR RESPONSE ACTIVITY

R 299.44 Generic groundwater cleanup criteria.

Rule 44. The generic groundwater cleanup criteria for all categories are shown in table 1.

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TABLE 1. GROUNDWATER: RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL

PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

Nonresidential Groundwater Residential Groundwater Flammability

Chemical Surface Groundwater Volatilization to Water and Abstract Residential Nonresidential Water Volatilization to Indoor Air Solubility Explosivity Service Drinking Water Drinking Interface Indoor Air Inhalation Screening

Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Water Criteria Criteria Inhalation Criteria Criteria Level

Acenaphthene 83329 1,300 3,800 38 4,200 (S) 4,200 (S) 4,240 ID

Acenaphthylene 208968 52 150 ID 3,900 (S) 3,900 (S) 3,930 ID

Acetaldehyde (I) 75070 950 2,700 130 1.1E+6 2.3E+6 1.00E+9 8.9E+6

Acetate 71501 4,200 12,000 (G) ID ID ID ID

Acetic acid 64197 4,200 12,000 (G) NLV NLV 6.00E+9 1.0E+9 (D)

Acetone (I) 67641 730 2,100 1,700 1.0E+9 (D,S) 1.0E+9 (D,S) 1.00E+9 1.5E+7

Acetonitrile 75058 140 400 NA 2.4E+7 4.5E+7 2.00E+8 2.1E+7

Acetophenone 98862 1,500 4,400 ID 6.1E+6 (S) 6.1E+6 (S) 6.10E+6 ID

Acrolein (I) 107028 120 330 NA 2,100 4,200 2.10E+8 6.7E+6

Acrylamide 79061 0.5 (A) 0.5 (A) 10 (X) NLV NLV 2.20E+9 NA

Acrylic acid 79107 3,900 11,000 NA 1.2E+7 2.8E+7 1.00E+9 1.0E+9 (D)

Acrylonitrile (I) 107131 2.6 11 2.0 (M); 1.2 34,000 1.9E+5 7.50E+7 6.4E+6

Alachlor 15972608 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) 11 (X) NLV NLV 1.83E+5 ID

Aldicarb 116063 3.0 (A) 3.0 (A) NA NLV NLV 6.00E+6 ID

Aldicarb sulfone 1646884 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) NA NLV NLV 7.80E+6 ID

Aldicarb sulfoxide 1646873 4.0 (A) 4.0 (A) NA NLV NLV 2.80E+7 ID

0.01 (M); Aldrin 309002 0.098 0.4 8.7E-6 180 (S) 180 (S) 180 ID

Aluminum (B) 7429905 50 (V) 50 (V) NA NLV NLV NA ID

Ammonia 7664417 10,000 (N) 10,000 (N) (CC) 3.2E+6 7.1E+6 5.30E+8 ID

t-Amyl methyl ether (TAME) 994058 190 (E) 190 (E) NA 2.6E+5 5.7E+5 2.64E+6 NA

Aniline 62533 53 220 4 NLV NLV 3.60E+7 NA

Anthracene 120127 43 (S) 43 (S) ID 43 (S) 43 (S) 43.4 ID

Antimony 7440360 6.0 (A) 6.0 (A) 130 (X) NLV NLV NA ID

Arsenic 7440382 10 (A) 10 (A) 10 NLV NLV NA ID

Asbestos (BB) 1332214 7.0E MFL (A) 7.0E MFL (A) NA NLV NLV NA NA

Atrazine 1912249 3.0 (A) 3.0 (A) 7.3 NLV NLV 70,000 ID

Azobenzene 103333 23 94 ID 6,400 (S) 6,400 (S) 6,400 ID

Barium (B) 7440393 2,000 (A) 2,000 (A) (G) NLV NLV NA ID

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

Residential Nonresidential Groundwater Groundwater Groundwater Flammability

Residential Nonresidential Chemical Surface Water Volatilization to Volatilization to Water and Explosivity

Drinking Water Drinking Water Abstract Interface Indoor Air Indoor Air Solubility Screening

Criteria Criteria Service Criteria Inhalation Inhalation Level

Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

Benzene (I) 71432 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 200 (X) 5,600 35,000 1.75E+6 68,000

Benzidine 92875 0.3 (M); 0.0037 0.3 (M); 0.015 0.3 (M); 0.073 NLV NLV 5.20E+5 ID

Benzo(a)anthracene (Q) 56553 2.1 8.5 ID NLV NLV 9.4 ID

Benzo(b)fluoranthene (Q) 205992 1.5 (S,AA) 1.5 (S,AA) ID ID ID 1.5 ID

Benzo(k)fluoranthene (Q) 207089 1.0 (M); 0.8 (S) 1.0 (M); 0.8 (S) NA NLV NLV 0.8 ID

1.0 (M); 0.26 1.0 (M); 0.26 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191242 (S) (S) ID NLV NLV 0.26 ID

Benzo(a)pyrene (Q) 50328 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) ID NLV NLV 1.62 ID

Benzoic acid 65850 32,000 92,000 NA NLV NLV 3.50E+6 ID

Benzyl alcohol 100516 10,000 29,000 NA NLV NLV 4.40E+7 ID

Benzyl chloride 100447 7.7 32 NA 12,000 77,000 4.90E+5 NA

Beryllium 7440417 4.0 (A) 4.0 (A) (G) NLV NLV NA ID

bis(2-Chloroethoxy)ethane 112265 ID ID ID NLV NLV 1.89E+7 ID

bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether (I) 111444 2 8.3 1.0 (M); 0.79 38,000 2.1E+5 1.72E+7 1.7E+7 (S)

bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 6.0 (A) 6.0 (A) 25 NLV NLV 340 NA

Boron (B) 7440428 500 (F) 500 (F) 7,200 (X) NLV NLV NA ID

Bromate 15541454 10 (A) 10 (A) 40 (X) NLV NLV 38,000 ID

Bromobenzene (I) 108861 18 50 NA 1.8E+5 3.9E+5 4.13E+5 ID

Bromodichloromethane 75274 80 (A,W) 80 (A,W) ID 4,800 37,000 6.74E+6 ID

Bromoform 75252 80 (A,W) 80 (A,W) ID 4.7E+5 3.1E+6 (S) 3.10E+6 ID

Bromomethane 74839 10 29 35 4,000 9,000 1.45E+7 ID

n-Butanol (I) 71363 950 2,700 9,800 (X) NLV NLV 7.40E+7 4.7E+7

2-Butanone (MEK) (I) 78933 13,000 38,000 2,200 2.4E+8 (S) 2.4E+8 (S) 2.40E+8 ID

n-Butyl acetate 123864 550 1,600 NA 6.7E+6 (S) 6.7E+6 (S) 6.70E+6 2.5E+6

t-Butyl alcohol 75650 3,900 11,000 NA 1.0E+9 (D,S) 1.0E+9 (D,S) 1.00E+9 6.1E+7

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 1,200 2,700 (S) 67 (X) NLV NLV 2,690 ID

n-Butylbenzene 104518 80 230 ID ID ID NA ID

sec-Butylbenzene 135988 80 230 ID ID ID NA ID

t-Butylbenzene (I) 98066 80 230 ID ID ID NA ID

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

Residential Nonresidential Groundwater Groundwater Groundwater

Residential Nonresidential Flammability Chemical Surface Water Volatilization to Volatilization to Water

Drinking Water Drinking and Explosivity Abstract Interface Indoor Air Indoor Air Solubility

Criteria Water Criteria Screening Level Service Criteria Inhalation Inhalation

Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

Cadmium (B) 7440439 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) (G,X) NLV NLV NA ID

Camphene (I) 79925 ID ID NA 440 1,000 33,400 ID

Caprolactam 105602 5,800 17,000 NA NLV NLV 5.25E+9 NA

Carbaryl 63252 700 2,000 NA ID ID 1.26E+5 ID

Carbazole 86748 85 350 10 (M); 4.0 NLV NLV 7,480 ID

Carbofuran 1563662 40 (A) 40 (A) NA NLV NLV 7.00E+5 ID

Carbon disulfide (I,R) 75150 800 2,300 ID 2.5E+5 5.5E+5 1.19E+6 13,000

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 45 (X) 370 2,400 7.93E+5 ID

2.0 (M); Chlordane (J) 57749 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) 0.00025 56 (S) 56 (S) 56 ID

Chloride 16887006 2.5E+5 (E) 2.5E+5 (E) (FF) NLV NLV NA ID

Chlorobenzene (I) 108907 100 (A) 100 (A) 25 2.1E+5 4.7E+5 (S) 4.72E+5 1.6E+5

p-Chlorobenzene sulfonic acid 98668 7,300 21,000 ID ID ID NA ID

1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane 75683 15,000 44,000 NA 3.9E+6 (S) 3.9E+6 (S) 3.90E+6 NA

Chloroethane 75003 430 1,700 1,100 (X) 5.7E+6 (S) 5.7E+6 (S) 5.74E+6 1.1E+5

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 ID ID NA ID ID 1.50E+7 ID

Chloroform 67663 80 (A,W) 80 (A,W) 350 28,000 1.8E+5 7.92E+6 ID

Chloromethane (I) 74873 260 1,100 ID 8,600 45,000 6.34E+6 36,000

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 59507 150 420 7.4 NLV NLV 3.90E+6 ID

beta-Chloronaphthalene 91587 1,800 5,200 NA ID ID 6,740 ID

2-Chlorophenol 95578 45 130 18 4.9E+5 1.1E+6 2.20E+7 ID

o-Chlorotoluene (I) 95498 150 420 ID 2.2E+5 3.7E+5 (S) 3.73E+5 ID

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 22 63 2.0 (M); 0.002 2.9 6.6 1,120 ID

Chromium (III) (B,H) 16065831 100 (A) 100 (A) (G,X) NLV NLV NA ID

Chromium (VI) 18540299 100 (A) 100 (A) 11 NLV NLV NA ID

Chrysene (Q) 218019 1.6 (S) 1.6 (S) ID ID ID 1.6 ID

Cobalt 7440484 40 100 100 NLV NLV NA ID

Copper (B) 7440508 1,000 (E) 1,000 (E) (G) NLV NLV NA ID

Cyanazine 21725462 2.3 9.4 56 (X) NLV NLV 1.70E+5 ID

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Cyanide (P,R) 57125 200 (A) 200 (A) 5.2 NLV NLV NA ID

Cyclohexanone 108941 33,000 94,000 NA 1,500 3,300 2.30E+7 NA

Dacthal 1861321 73 210 NA NLV NLV 500 ID

Dalapon 75990 200 (A) 200 (A) NA NLV NLV 5.02E+8 ID

4-4'-DDD 72548 9.1 37 NA NLV NLV 90 ID

4-4'-DDE 72559 4.3 15 NA NLV NLV 120 ID

4-4'-DDT 50293 3.6 10 0.02 (M); 1.1E-5 NLV NLV 25 NA

Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163195 30 (S) 30 (S) NA 30 (S) 30 (S) 30 ID

Di-n-butyl phthalate 84742 880 2,500 9.7 NLV NLV 11,200 NA

Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 103231 400 (A) 400 (A) ID NLV NLV 471 ID

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 130 380 ID NLV NLV 3,000 ID

Diacetone alcohol (I) 123422 ID ID NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 1.0E+9 (S)

Diazinon 333415 1.3 3.8 1.0 (M); 0.004 NLV NLV 68,800 NA

Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene (Q) 53703 2.0 (M); 0.21 2.0 (M); 0.85 ID NLV NLV 2.49 ID

Dibenzofuran 132649 ID ID 4 10,000 (S) 10,000 (S) 10,000 ID

Dibromochloromethane 124481 80 (A,W) 80 (A,W) ID 14,000 1.1E+5 2.60E+6 ID

Dibromochloropropane 96128 0.2 (A) 0.2 (A) ID 220 1,200 (S) 1,230 NA

Dibromomethane 74953 80 230 NA ID ID 1.10E+7 ID

Dicamba 1918009 220 630 NA NLV NLV 4.50E+6 ID

1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95501 600 (A) 600 (A) 13 1.6E+5 (S) 1.6E+5 (S) 1.56E+5 NA

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 6.6 19 28 18,000 41,000 1.11E+5 ID

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 75 (A) 75 (A) 17 16,000 74,000 (S) 73,800 NA

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91941 1.1 4.3 0.3 (M); 0.2 NLV NLV 3,110 ID

Dichlorodifluoromethane 75718 1,700 4,800 ID 2.2E+5 3.0E+5 (S) 3.00E+5 ID

1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 880 2,500 740 1.0E+6 2.3E+6 5.06E+6 3.8E+5

1,2-Dichloroethane (I) 107062 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 360 (X) 9,600 59,000 8.52E+6 2.5E+6

1,1-Dichloroethylene (I) 75354 7.0 (A) 7.0 (A) 130 200 1,300 2.25E+6 97,000

cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156592 70 (A) 70 (A) 620 93,000 2.1E+5 3.50E+6 5.3E+5

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

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Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156605 100 (A) 100 (A) 1,500 (X) 85,000 2.0E+5 6.30E+6 2.3E+5

2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline 99309 2,200 6,300 NA NLV NLV 7,000 ID

2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 73 210 11 NLV NLV 4.50E+6 ID

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 94757 70 (A) 70 (A) 220 NLV NLV 6.80E+5 ID

1,2-Dichloropropane (I) 78875 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 230 (X) 16,000 36,000 2.80E+6 5.5E+5

1,3-Dichloropropene 542756 8.5 35 9.0 (X) 3,900 26,000 2.80E+6 1.3E+5

Dichlorovos 62737 1.6 6.7 NA NLV NLV 1.60E+7 NA

Dicyclohexyl phthalate 84617 ID ID NA ID ID 4,000 ID

Dieldrin 60571 0.11 0.43 0.02 (M); 6.5E-6 200 (S) 200 (S) 195 ID

Diethyl ether 60297 10 (E) 10 (E) ID 6.1E+7 (S) 6.1E+7 (S) 6.10E+7 6.5E+5

Diethyl phthalate 84662 5,500 16,000 110 NLV NLV 1.08E+6 NA

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 112345 88 250 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

Diisopropyl ether 108203 30 86 ID 8,000 (S) 8,000 (S) 8,041 8,000 (S)

Diisopropylamine (I) 108189 5.6 16 NA 2.1E+7 3.7E+7 (S) 3.69E+7 4.6E+6

Dimethyl phthalate 131113 73,000 2.10E+05 NA NLV NLV 4.19E+6 NA

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 127195 180 520 4,100 (X) NLV NLV 1.00E+9 NA

N,N-Dimethylaniline 121697 16 46 NA 2.4E+5 1.3E+6 (S) 1.27E+6 NA

Dimethylformamide (I) 68122 700 2,000 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

2,4-Dimethylphenol 105679 370 1,000 380 NLV NLV 7.87E+6 ID

2,6-Dimethylphenol 576261 4.4 13 NA NLV NLV 6.14E+6 ID

3,4-Dimethylphenol 95658 10 29 25 NLV NLV 4.93E+6 ID

Dimethylsulfoxide 67685 2.2E+5 6.3E+5 1.9E+5 NLV NLV 1.66E+8 ID

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 7.7 32 NA NLV NLV 2.70E+5 ID

Dinoseb 88857 7.0 (A) 7.0 (A) 1.0 (M); 0.48 NLV NLV 52,000 ID

1,4-Dioxane (I) 123911 7.2 (II) 350 2,800 (X) NLV NLV 9.00E+8 1.4E+8

Diquat 85007 20 (A) 20 (A) 20 (M); 6.0 NLV NLV 7.00E+5 ID

Dissolved oxygen (DO) NA ID ID (EE) ID ID NA NA

Diuron 330541 31 90 NA NLV NLV 37,300 ID

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Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

Endosulfan (J) 115297 44 130 0.03 (M); 0.029 ID ID 510 ID

Endothall 145733 100 (A) 100 (A) NA NLV NLV 1.00E+8 ID

Endrin 72208 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) ID NLV NLV 250 ID

Epichlorohydrin (I) 106898 5.0 (M); 2.0 (A) 5.0 (M); 2.0 (A) NA 3.2E+5 6.3E+5 6.60E+7 4.7E+7

Ethanol (I) 64175 1.9E+6 3.8E+6 ID NLV NLV 1.00E+9 9.7E+7

Ethyl acetate (I) 141786 6,600 19,000 NA 6.4E+7 (S) 6.4E+7 (S) 6.40E+7 4.2E+6

Ethyl-tert-butyl ether (ETBE) 637923 49 (E) 49 (E) ID 2.9E+6 5.6E+6 (S) 5.63E+6 ID

Ethylbenzene (I) 100414 74 (E) 74 (E) 18 1.1E+5 1.7E+5 (S) 1.69E+5 43,000

Ethylene dibromide 106934 0.05 (A) 0.05 (A) 5.7 (X) 2,400 15,000 4.20E+6 ID

Ethylene glycol 107211 15,000 42,000 1.9E+5 (X) NLV NLV 1.00E+9 NA

Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 111762 3,700 10,000 NA 2.9E+6 6.5E+6 2.24E+8 NA

Fluoranthene 206440 210 (S) 210 (S) 1.6 210 (S) 210 (S) 206 ID

Fluorene 86737 880 2,000 (S) 12 2,000 (S) 2,000 (S) 1,980 ID

Fluorine (soluble fluoride) (B) 7782414 2,000 (E) 2,000 (E) ID NLV NLV NA ID

Formaldehyde 50000 1,300 3,800 120 63,000 3.6E+5 5.50E+8 ID

Formic acid (I,U) 64186 10,000 29,000 ID 7.7E+6 1.5E+7 1.00E+9 1.0E+9 (D)

1-Formylpiperidine 2591868 80 230 NA ID ID NA ID

Gentian violet 548629 15 63 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+6 ID

Glyphosate 1071836 700 (A) 700 (A) NA NLV NLV 1.16E+7 ID

Heptachlor 76448 0.4 (A) 0.4 (A) 0.01 (M); 0.0018 180 (S) 180 (S) 180 ID

Heptachlor epoxide 1024573 0.2 (A) 0.2 (A) ID NLV NLV 200 ID

n-Heptane 142825 2,700 (S) 2,700 (S) NA 2,700 (S) 2,700 (S) 2,690 200

Hexabromobenzene 87821 0.17 (S); 20 0.17 (S); 58 ID ID ID 0.17 ID

Hexachlorobenzene (C-66) 118741 1.0 (A) 1.0 (A) 0.2 (M); 0.0003 440 3,000 6,200 ID

Hexachlorobutadiene (C-46) 87683 15 42 0.053 1,600 3,200 (S) 3,230 ID

alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane 319846 0.43 1.7 ID 2,000 (S) 2,000 (S) 2,000 ID

beta-Hexachlorocyclohexane 319857 0.88 3.6 ID NLV NLV 240 ID

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene (C-56) 77474 50 (A) 50 (A) ID 130 420 1,800 ID

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Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

Hexachloroethane 67721 7.3 21 6.7 (X) 27,000 50,000 (S) 50,000 ID

n-Hexane 110543 3,000 8,600 NA 12,000 (S) 12,000 (S) 12,000 12,000 (S)

2-Hexanone 591786 1,000 2,900 ID 4.2E+6 8.7E+6 1.60E+7 NA

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene (Q) 193395 2.0 (M); 0.022 (S) 2.0 (M); 0.022 (S) ID NLV NLV 0.022 ID

Iron (B) 7439896 300 (E) 300 (E) NA NLV NLV NA ID

Isobutyl alcohol (I) 78831 2,300 6,700 NA 7.6E+7 (S) 7.6E+7 (S) 7.60E+7 ID

Isophorone 78591 770 3,100 1,300 (X) NLV NLV 1.20E+7 ID

Isopropyl alcohol (I) 67630 470 1,300 57,000 (X) NLV NLV 1.00E+9 6.0E+7

Isopropyl benzene 98828 800 2,300 28 56,000 (S) 56,000 (S) 56,000 29,000

Lead (B) 7439921 4.0 (L) 4.0 (L) (G,X) NLV NLV NA ID

Lindane 58899 0.2 (A) 0.2 (A) 0.03 (M); 0.026 ID ID 6,800 ID

Lithium (B) 7439932 170 350 440 NLV NLV NA ID

Magnesium (B) 7439954 4.0E+5 1.1E+6 NA NLV NLV NA ID

Manganese (B) 7439965 50 (E) 50 (E) (G,X) NLV NLV NA ID

Mercury (Total) (B,Z) Varies 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) 0.0013 56 (S) 56 (S) 56 ID

Methane 74828 ID ID NA (K) (K) NA (AA)

Methanol 67561 3,700 10,000 5.9E+5 (X) 2.9E+7 (S) 2.9E+7 (S) 2.90E+7 4.5E+6

Methoxychlor 72435 40 (A) 40 (A) NA ID ID 45 ID

2-Methoxyethanol (I) 109864 7.3 21 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid 94746 7.3 21 NA NLV NLV 9.24E+5 ID

2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 534521 20 (M); 2.6 20 (M); 7.3 NA NLV NLV 2.00E+5 ID

N-Methyl-morpholine (I) 109024 20 56 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

Methyl parathion 298000 1.8 5.2 NA NLV NLV 50,000 ID

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) (I) 108101 1,800 5,200 ID 2.0E+7 (S) 2.0E+7 (S) 2.00E+7 ID

Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 1634044 40 (E) 40 (E) 7,100 (X) 4.7E+7 (S) 4.7E+7 (S) 4.68E+7 ID

Methylcyclopentane (I) 96377 ID ID NA 22,000 49,000 73,890 ID

4,4'-Methylene-bis-2- chloroaniline 101144 1.1 4.5 NA NLV NLV 14,000 ID

Methylene chloride 75092 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 1,500 (X) 2.2E+5 1.4E+6 1.70E+7 ID

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

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2-Methylnaphthalene 91576 260 750 19 25,000 (S) 25,000 (S) 24,600 ID

Methylphenols (J) 1319773 370 1,000 30 (M); 25 NLV NLV 2.80E+7 NA

Metolachlor 51218452 240 990 15 NLV NLV 5.30E+5 ID

Metribuzin 21087649 180 520 NA ID ID 1.20E+6 ID

Mirex 2385855 0.02 (M); 6.8E-6 (S) 0.02 (M); 6.8E-6 (S) 0.02 (M); 6.8E-6 (S) ID ID 6.80E-6 NA

Molybdenum (B) 7439987 73 210 3,200 (X) NLV NLV NA ID

Naphthalene 91203 520 1,500 11 31,000 (S) 31,000 (S) 31,000 NA

Nickel (B) 7440020 100 (A) 100 (A) (G) NLV NLV NA ID

Nitrate (B,N) 14797558 10,000 (A,N) 10,000 (A,N) ID NLV NLV NA ID

Nitrite (B,N) 14797650 1,000 (A,N) 1,000 (A,N) NA NLV NLV NA ID

Nitrobenzene (I) 98953 3.4 9.6 180 (X) 2.8E+5 5.5E+5 2.09E+6 NA

2-Nitrophenol 88755 20 58 ID NLV NLV 2.50E+6 ID

n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 621647 5.0 (M); 0.19 5.0 (M); 0.77 NA NLV NLV 9.89E+6 ID

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 270 1,100 NA NLV NLV 35,100 ID

Oxamyl 23135220 200 (A) 200 (A) NA NLV NLV 2.80E+8 ID

Oxo-hexyl acetate 88230357 73 210 NA ID ID NA ID

Pendimethalin 40487421 280 (S) 280 (S) NA NLV NLV 275 ID

Pentachlorobenzene 608935 6.1 17 5.0 (M); 0.019 ID ID 650 ID

Pentachloronitrobenzene 82688 32 (S) 32 (S) NA 32 (S) 32 (S) 32 ID

Pentachlorophenol 87865 1.0 (A) 1.0 (A) (G,X) NLV NLV 1.85E+6 ID

Pentane 109660 ID ID NA 38,000 (S) 38,000 (S) 38,200 340

2-Pentene (I) 109682 ID ID NA ID ID 2.03E+5 ID

pH NA 6.5 to 8.5 (E) 6.5 to 8.5 (E) 6.5 to 9.0 ID ID NA NA

Phenanthrene 85018 52 150 2.0 (M); 1.4 1,000 (S) 1,000 (S) 1,000 ID

Phenol 108952 4,400 13,000 450 NLV NLV 8.28E+7 NA

Phenytoin 57410 17 68 89 (X) NLV NLV 32,000 ID

Phosphorus (Total) 7723140 63,000 2.40E+05 (EE) NLV NLV NA ID

Phthalic acid 88993 14,000 40,000 NA NLV NLV 1.42E+7 ID

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Phthalic anhydride 85449 15,000 44,000 NA NLV NLV 6.20E+6 NA

Picloram 1918021 500 (A) 500 (A) 46 NLV NLV 4.30E+5 ID

Piperidine 110894 3.2 9.2 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

Polybrominated biphenyls (J) 67774327 0.03 0.09 ID NLV NLV 1.66E+7 ID

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) (J,T) 1336363 0.5 (A) 0.5 (A) 0.2 (M); 2.6E-5 45 (S) 45 (S) 44.7 ID

Prometon 1610180 160 460 NA NLV NLV 7.50E+5 ID

Propachlor 1918167 95 270 NA NLV NLV 6.55E+5 ID

Propazine 139402 200 560 NA NLV NLV 8,600 ID

Propionic acid 79094 12,000 35,000 ID NLV NLV 1.00E+9 1.0E+9 (D)

Propyl alcohol (I) 71238 1,400 4,000 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 7.1E+7

n-Propylbenzene (I) 103651 80 230 ID ID ID NA ID

Propylene glycol 57556 1.5E+5 4.2E+5 2.9E+5 NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

Pyrene 129000 140 (S) 140 (S) ID 140 (S) 140 (S) 135 ID

Pyridine (I) 110861 20 (M); 7.3 21 NA 5,500 12,000 3.00E+5 81,000

Selenium (B) 7782492 50 (A) 50 (A) 5 NLV NLV NA ID

Silver (B) 7440224 34 98 0.2 (M); 0.06 NLV NLV NA ID

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 50 (A) 50 (A) 30 NLV NLV 1.40E+5 ID

Simazine 122349 4.0 (A) 4.0 (A) 17 NLV NLV 4,470 ID

Sodium 17341252 2.3E+S(HH) 3.5E+5 NA NLV NLV NA ID

Sodium azide 26628228 88 250 50 (M); 7.3 ID ID NA ID

Strontium (B) 7440246 4,600 13,000 21,000 NLV NLV NA ID

Styrene 100425 100 (A) 100 (A) 80 (X) 1.7E+5 3.1E+5 (S) 3.10E+5 1.4E+5

Sulfate 14808798 2.5E+5 (E) 2.5E+5 (E) NA NLV NLV NA ID

Tebuthiuron 34014181 510 1,500 NA NLV NLV 2.50E+6 ID

2,3,7,8-Tetrabromodibenzo-p-dioxin (O) 50585416 (O) (O) (O) NLV NLV 0.00996 ID

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 1,300 (S) 1,300 (S) 2.9 (X) 1,300 (S) 1,300 (S) 1,300 ID

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (O) 1746016 3.0E-5 (A) 3.0E-5 (A) 1.0E-5 (M); 3.1E-9 NLV NLV 0.019 ID

1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630206 77 320 ID 15,000 96,000 1.10E+6 ID

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Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 8.5 35 78 (X) 12,000 77,000 2.97E+6 ID

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 60 (X) 25,000 1.7E+5 2.00E+5 ID

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 95 270 11,000 (X) 6.9E+6 1.6E+7 1.00E+9 60,000

Tetranitromethane 509148 ID ID NA 580 3,200 85,000 ID

Thallium (B) 7440280 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) 3.7 (X) NLV NLV NA ID

Toluene (I) 108883 790 (E) 790 (E) 270 5.3E+5 (S) 5.3E+5 (S) 5.26E+5 61,000

p-Toluidine 106490 15 62 NA NLV NLV 7.60E+6 NA

Total dissolved solids (TDS) NA 5.0E+5 (E) 5.0E+5 (E) (EE) ID ID NA NA

Toxaphene 8001352 3.0 (A) 3.0 (A) 1.0 (M); 6.8E-5 NLV NLV 740 ID

Triallate 2303175 95 270 NA ID ID 4,000 ID

Tributylamine 102829 10 29 ID 14,000 32,000 75,400 ID

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 70 (A) 70 (A) 99 (X) 3.0E+5 (S) 3.0E+5 (S) 3.00E+5 NA

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71556 200 (A) 200 (A) 89 6.6E+5 1.3E+6 (S) 1.33E+6 ID

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 330 (X) 17,000 1.1E+5 4.42E+6 NA

Trichloroethylene 79016 5.0 (A) 5.0 (A) 200 (X) 2,200 4,900 1.10E+6 ID

Trichlorofluoromethane 75694 2,600 7,300 NA 1.1E+6 (S) 1.1E+6 (S) 1.10E+6 ID

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95954 730 2,100 NA NLV NLV 1.20E+6 ID

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88062 120 470 5 NLV NLV 8.00E+5 ID

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96184 42 120 NA 8,300 18,000 1.90E+6 NA

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 76131 1.7E+5 (S) 1.7E+5 (S) 32 1.7E+5 (S) 1.7E+5 (S) 1.70E+5 ID

Triethanolamine 102716 3,700 10,000 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+9 ID

Triethylene glycol 112276 4,300 12,000 NA NLV NLV 1.00E+6 ID

3-Trifluoromethyl-4-nitrophenol 88302 4,500 13,000 NA NLV NLV 5.00E+6 ID

Trifluralin 1582098 37 110 NA ID ID 8,100 ID

2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 540841 ID ID NA 2,300 (S) 2,300 (S) 2,330 160

2,4,4-Trimethyl-2-pentene (I) 107404 ID ID NA ID ID 11,900 ID

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene (I) 95636 63 (E) 63 (E) 17 56,000 (S) 56,000 (S) 55,890 56,000 (S)

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene (I) 108678 72 (E) 72 (E) 45 61,000 (S) 61,000 (S) 61,150 ID

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per liter (ug/L). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based or solubility value, whichever is lower.

Residential Nonresidential Groundwater

Residential Groundwater Groundwater Nonresidential Surface Flammability and

Chemical Drinking Volatilization to Volatilization to Water Drinking Water Explosivity

Abstract Water Indoor Air Indoor Air Solubility Water Criteria Interface Screening Level

Service Criteria Inhalation Inhalation Criteria

Hazardous Substance Number Criteria Criteria

Triphenyl phosphate 115866 1,200 1,400 (S) NA NLV NLV 1,430 ID

10 (M); tris(2,3-Dibromopropyl)phosphate 126727 0.71 10 (M); 2.9 ID 4,700 (S) 4,700 (S) 4,700 ID

Urea 57136 ID ID NA NLV NLV NA ID

Vanadium 7440622 4.5 62 27 NLV NLV NA ID

Vinyl acetate (I) 108054 640 1,800 NA 4.1E+6 8.9E+6 2.00E+7 1.8E+6

Vinyl chloride 75014 2.0 (A) 2.0 (A) 13 (X) 1,100 13,000 2.76E+6 33,000

White phosphorus (R) 12185103 0.11 0.31 NA NLV NLV NA ID

Xylenes (I) 1330207 280 (E) 280 (E) 41 1.9E+5 (S) 1.9E+5 (S) 1.86E+5 70,000

Zinc (B) 7440666 2,400 5,000 (E) (G) NLV NLV NA ID

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R 299.46 Generic soil cleanup criteria for residential catergory.

Rule 46 The generic soil cleanup criteria for residential category shall be as shown in

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Groundwater Infinite Chemic Residentia Surface Soil Source Finite Soil

al Statewid l Drinking Water Volatilization Volatile Soil Finite VSIC VSIC for 2 Particulate Saturation Abstract e Default Water Interface to Indoor Air Inhalation for 5 Meter Meter Soil Direct Concentration

Hazardous Service Backgrou Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalation Contact Screening Substance Number nd Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

Acenaphthene 83329 NA 3.0E+5 8,700 1.9E+8 8.1E+7 8.1E+7 8.1E+7 1.4E+10 4.1E+7 NA

Acenaphthylen e 208968 NA 5,900 ID 1.6E+6 2.2E+6 2.2E+6 2.2E+6 2.3E+9 1.6E+6 NA

Acetaldehyde (I) 75070 NA 19,000 2,600 2.2E+5 1.7E+5 1.7E+5 2.8E+5 6.0E+8 2.9E+7 1.1E+8

Acetate 71501 NA ID (G) ID ID ID ID ID ID ID

Acetic acid 64197 NA 84,000 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.7E+10 1.3E+8 6.5E+8

Acetone (I) 67641 NA 15,000 34,000 2.9E+8 (C) 1.3E+8 1.3E+8 1.9E+8 3.9E+11 2.3E+7 1.1E+8

Acetonitrile 75058 NA 2,800 NA 4.8E+6 1.6E+6 1.6E+6 2.1E+6 4.0E+9 4.3E+6 2.2E+7

Acetophenone 98862 NA 30,000 ID 1.2E+8 (C) 4.4E+7 4.4E+7 4.4E+7 3.3E+10 4.7E+7 (C) 1.1E+6

Acrolein (I) 107028 NA 2,400 NA 410 310 310 610 1.3E+6 3.6E+6 2.3E+7

Acrylamide 79061 NA 10 200 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.4E+6 1,900 NA

3.5E+7 Acrylic acid 79107 NA 78,000 NA 2.4E+6 1.9E+5 2.3E+5 2.3E+5 6.7E+7 (DD) 1.1E+8

100 (M); Acrylonitrile (I) 107131 NA 52 100 (M); 40 6,600 5,000 5,100 10,000 4.6E+7 16,000 8.3E+6

159726 Alachlor 08 NA 52 290 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 93,000 NA

Aldicarb 116063 NA 60 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.3E+5 NA

Aldicarb 164688 200 (M); sulfone 4 NA 40 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.5E+5 NA

Aldicarb 164687 200(M); sulfoxide 3 NA 80 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.9E+5 NA

Aldrin 309002 NA NLL NLL 1.3E+6 58,000 58,000 58,000 6.4E+5 1,000 NA

742990 5.0E+7 Aluminum (B) 5 6.9E+6 1,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

766441 Ammonia 7 NA ID (CC) ID ID ID ID 6.7E+9 ID 1.0E+7

t-Amyl methyl ether (TAME) 994058 NA 3,900 NA 58,000 3.4E+5 7.6E+5 1.8E+6 4.1E+9 2.9E+7 (C) 4.4E+5

Aniline 62533 NA 1,100 330 (M); 80 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+7 3.3E+5 4.5E+6

Anthracene 120127 NA 41,000 ID 1.0E+9 (D) 1.4E+9 1.4E+9 1.4E+9 6.7E+10 2.3E+8 NA

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Antimony 0 NA 4,300 94,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+7 1.8E+5 NA

744038 Arsenic 2 5,800 4,600 4,600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.2E+5 7,600 NA

133221 1.0E+7 (M); Asbestos (BB) 4 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 68,000 ID NA

191224 71,000 Atrazine 9 NA 60 150 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

Azobenzene 103333 NA 4,200 ID 6.1E+6 6.3E+5 6.3E+5 6.3E+5 1.0E+8 1.4E+5 NA

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Infinite Groundwat Soil Source

Chemica Residential er Surface Volatilizatio Volatile Finite Soil l Statewide Drinking Water n to Indoor Soil VSIC for 5 Finite VSIC Particulate Saturation

Abstract Default Water Interface Air Inhalation Meter for 2 Meter Soil Direct Concentratio Hazardous Service Backgroun Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalation Contact n Screening Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

Barium (B) 7440393 75,000 1.3E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+8 3.7E+7 NA

Benzene (I) 71432 NA 100 4,000 (X) 1,600 13,000 34,000 79,000 3.8E+8 1.8E+5 4.0E+5

1,000 (M); 1,000 (M); 1,000 (M); Benzidine 92875 NA 6.0 6.0 NLV NLV NLV NLV 46,000 23 NA

Benzo(a)anthracene (Q) 56553 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 20,000 NA

Benzo(b)fluoranthene (Q) 205992 NA NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 20,000 NA

Benzo(k)fluoranthene (Q) 207089 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.0E+5 NA

Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191242 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.0E+8 2.5E+6 NA

Benzo(a)pyrene (Q) 50328 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+6 2,000 NA

Benzoic acid 65850 NA 6.4E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 9.9E+8 NA

Benzyl alcohol 100516 NA 2.0E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+11 3.2E+8 (C) 5.8E+6

Benzyl chloride 100447 NA 150 NA 6,300 14,000 14,000 17,000 6.2E+7 48,000 2.3E+5

Beryllium 7440417 NA 51,000 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+6 4.1E+5 NA

bis(2- Chloroethoxy)ethane 112265 NA ID ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID 2.7E+6

bis(2- Chloroethyl)ether (I) 111444 NA 100 100 (M); 20 8,300 3,800 3,800 3,800 9.4E+6 13,000 2.2E+6

bis(2- Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.0E+8 2.8E+6 1.0E+7

4.8E+7 Boron (B) 7440428 NA 10,000 1.4E+5 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

1554145 Bromate 4 NA 200 800 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 17,000 NA

Bromobenzene (I) 108861 NA 550 NA 3.1E+5 4.5E+5 4.5E+5 4.5E+5 5.3E+8 5.4E+5 7.6E+5

Bromodichlorometha ne 75274 NA 1,600 (W) ID 1,200 9,100 9,700 19,000 8.4E+7 1.1E+5 1.5E+6

Bromoform 75252 NA 1,600 (W) ID 1.5E+5 9.0E+5 9.0E+5 9.0E+5 2.8E+9 8.2E+5 8.7E+5

Bromomethane 74839 NA 200 700 860 11,000 57,000 1.4E+5 3.3E+8 3.2E+5 2.2E+6

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n-Butanol (I) 71363 NA 19,000 2.0E+5 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+10 2.9E+7 (C) 8.7E+6

2-Butanone (MEK) 1.2E+8 (C, (I) 78933 NA 2.6E+5 44,000 5.4E+7 (C) 2.9E+7 2.9E+7 3.5E+7 6.7E+10 DD) 2.7E+7

n-Butyl acetate 123864 NA 11,000 NA 5.6E+7 (C) 1.1E+8 2.6E+8 3.2E+8 4.7E+11 1.7E+7 (C) 1.1E+6

t-Butyl alcohol 75650 NA 78,000 NA 3.1E+8 (C) 9.7E+7 2.0E+8 2.0E+8 1.3E+11 1.2E+8 (C) 1.1E+8

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 NA 2.2E+6 (C) 1.2E+5 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.7E+10 3.6E+7 (C) 3.1E+5

n-Butylbenzene 104518 NA 1,600 ID ID ID ID ID 2.0E+9 2.5E+6 1.0E+7

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Residential r Surface Volatilizatio Volatile Finite Finite Soil Chemical Statewide Drinking Water n to Indoor Soil VSIC for 5 VSIC for 2 Particulate Saturation Abstract Default Water Interface Air Inhalation Meter Meter Soil Direct Concentratio

Hazardous Service Backgroun Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalation Contact n Screening Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

sec-Butylbenzene 135988 NA 1,600 ID ID ID ID ID 4.0E+8 2.5E+6 1.0E+7

t-Butylbenzene (I) 98066 NA 1,600 ID ID ID ID ID 6.7E+8 2.5E+6 1.0E+7

Cadmium (B) 7440439 1,200 6,000 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.7E+6 5.5E+5 NA

Camphene (I) 79925 NA ID NA 3,700 1.5E+5 9.1E+5 2.2E+6 5.3E+9 ID NA

5.3E+7 Caprolactam 105602 NA 1.2E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+8 (DD) NA

Carbaryl 63252 NA 14,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.2E+7 NA

Carbazole 86748 NA 9,400 1,100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.2E+7 5.3E+5 NA

Carbofuran 1563662 NA 800 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.1E+6 NA

Carbon disulfide 7.2E+6 (C, (I,R) 75150 NA 16,000 ID 76,000 1.3E+6 7.9E+6 1.9E+7 4.7E+10 DD) 2.8E+5

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 NA 100 900 (X) 190 3,500 12,000 28,000 1.3E+8 96,000 3.9E+5

Chlordane (J) 57749 NA NLL NLL 1.1E+7 1.2E+6 1.2E+6 1.2E+6 3.1E+7 31,000 NA

1688700 Chloride 6 NA 5.0E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.0E+5 (F) NA

Chlorobenzene (I) 108907 NA 2,000 500 1.2E+5 7.7E+5 9.9E+5 2.1E+6 4.7E+9 4.3E+6 (C) 2.6E+5

p-Chlorobenzene sulfonic acid 98668 NA 1.5E+5 ID ID ID ID ID ID 2.3E+8 ID

1-Chloro-1,1- difluoroethane 75683 NA 3.0E+5 NA 2.9E+6 (C) 7.9E+7 5.6E+8 1.4E+9 3.3E+12 4.7E+8 (C) 9.6E+5

Chloroethane 75003 NA 8,600 22,000 (X) 2.9E+6 (C) 3.00E+07 1.2E+8 2.8E+8 6.7E+11 2.6E+6 (C) 9.5E+5

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 NA ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 1.9E+6

Chloroform 67663 NA 1,600 (W) 7,000 7,200 45,000 1.2E+5 2.7E+5 1.3E+9 1.2E+6 1.5E+6

Chloromethane (I) 74873 NA 5,200 ID 2,300 40,000 4.1E+5 1.0E+6 4.9E+9 1.6E+6 (C) 1.1E+6

4-Chloro-3- methylphenol 59507 NA 5,800 280 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4.5E+6 NA

beta- Chloronaphthalene 91587 NA 6.2E+5 NA ID ID ID ID ID 5.6E+7 NA

2-Chlorophenol 95578 NA 900 360 4.3E+5 9.6E+5 9.6E+5 9.6E+5 1.2E+9 1.4E+6 1.9E+7

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o-Chlorotoluene (I) 95498 NA 3,300 ID 2.7E+5 1.2E+6 2.9E+6 6.3E+6 4.7E+9 4.5E+6 (C) 5.0E+5

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 NA 17,000 1,500 130 4,600 23,000 55,000 1.3E+8 1.1E+7 NA

Chromium (III) 1606583 18,000 (B,H) 1 (total) 1.0E+9 (D) (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+8 7.9E+8 NA

1854029 Chromium (VI) 9 NA 30,000 3,300 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.6E+5 2.5E+6 NA

Chrysene (Q) 218019 NA NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 2.0E+6 NA

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Infinite Groundwat Soil Source

Chemica Residential er Surface Volatilizatio Volatile Finite Finite Soil l Statewide Drinking Water n to Indoor Soil VSIC for 5 VSIC for 2 Particulate Saturation

Abstract Default Water Interface Air Inhalation Meter Meter Soil Direct Concentratio Service Backgroun Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalation Contact n Screening

Hazardous Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

Cobalt 7440484 6,800 800 2,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+7 2.6E+6 NA

Copper (B) 7440508 32,000 5.8E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 2.0E+7 NA

2172546 Cyanazine 2 NA 200 1,100 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 14,000 NA

Cyanide (P,R) 57125 390 (total) 4,000 100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.5E+5 12,000 NA

1.0E+9 Cyclohexanone 108941 NA 5.2E+6 NA 17,000 1.0E+6 1.1E+7 2.7E+7 6.7E+10 (C,D) 2.2E+8

Dacthal 1861321 NA 50,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.3E+6 NA

Dalapon 75990 NA 4,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.9E+7 5.9E+7

4-4'-DDD 72548 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.4E+7 95,000 NA

4-4'-DDE 72559 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.2E+7 45,000 NA

4-4'-DDT 50293 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.2E+7 57,000 NA

Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163195 NA 1.4E+5 NA 1.0E+9 (D) 8.6E+7 8.6E+7 8.6E+7 2.3E+9 3.8E+6 NA

Di-n-butyl phthalate 84742 NA 9.6E+5 (C) 11,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+9 2.7E+7 (C) 7.6E+5

Di(2-ethylhexyl) 1.5E+7 (C, adipate 103231 NA 1.3E+7 (C) ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 9.2E+9 DD) 9.6E+5

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 NA 1.0E+8 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.1E+10 6.9E+6 1.4E+8

Diacetone alcohol (I) 123422 NA ID NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.6E+11 ID 1.1E+8

12,000 Diazinon 333415 NA 95 72 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) 3.1E+5

Dibenzo(a,h)anthrace ne (Q) 53703 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2,000 NA

Dibenzofuran 132649 NA ID 1,700 2.0E+6 1.3E+5 1.3E+5 1.3E+5 6.7E+6 ID NA

Dibromochloromethan e 124481 NA 1,600 (W) ID 3,900 24,000 24,000 33,000 1.3E+8 1.1E+5 6.1E+5

Dibromochloropropan e 96128 NA 10 (M); 4.0 ID 220 260 260 260 5.6E+5 4,400 (C) 1,200

Dibromomethane 74953 NA 1,600 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.5E+6 (C) 2.0E+6

Dicamba 1918009 NA 4,400 NA NA NLV NLV NLV ID 3.4E+6 NA

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1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95501 NA 14,000 280 1.1E+7 (C) 3.9E+7 3.9E+7 5.2E+7 1.0E+11 1.9E+7 (C) 2.1E+5

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 NA 170 680 26,000 79,000 79,000 1.1E+5 2.0E+8 2.0E+5 (C) 1.7E+5

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 NA 1,700 360 19,000 77,000 77,000 1.1E+5 4.5E+8 4.0E+5 NA

2,000 (M); 2,000 (M); 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91941 NA 28 7.4 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.5E+6 6,600 NA

Dichlorodifluorometha ne 75718 NA 95,000 ID 9.0E+5 5.3E+7 5.5E+8 1.4E+9 3.3E+12 5.2E+7 (C) 1.0E+6

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Chemica Residential r Surface Volatilizatio Volatile Soil l Statewide Drinking Water n to Indoor Soil Finite VSIC Finite VSIC Particulate Saturation

Abstract Default Water Interface Air Inhalation for 5 Meter for 2 Meter Soil Direct Concentratio Hazardous Service Backgroun Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalation Contact n Screening Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 NA 18,000 15,000 2.3E+5 2.1E+6 5.9E+6 1.4E+7 3.3E+10 2.7E+7 (C) 8.9E+5

1,2-Dichloroethane (I) 107062 NA 100 7,200 (X) 2,100 6,200 11,000 26,000 1.2E+8 91,000 1.2E+6

1,1- Dichloroethylene (I) 75354 NA 140 2,600 62 1,100 5,300 13,000 6.2E+7 2.0E+5 5.7E+5

cis-1,2- Dichloroethylene 156592 NA 1,400 12,000 22,000 1.8E+5 4.2E+5 9.9E+5 2.3E+9 2.5E+6 (C) 6.4E+5

trans-1,2- Dichloroethylene 156605 NA 2,000 30,000 (X) 23,000 2.8E+5 8.3E+5 2.0E+6 4.7E+9 3.8E+6 (C) 1.4E+6

2,6-Dichloro-4- nitroaniline 99309 NA 44,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.8E+7 NA

330 (M); 6.6E+5 2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 NA 1,500 220 NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.1E+9 (DD) 1.8E+6

2,4- Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid 94757 NA 1,400 4,400 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+9 2.5E+6 NA

1,2- Dichloropropane (I) 78875 NA 100 4,600 (X) 4,000 25,000 50,000 1.1E+5 2.7E+8 1.4E+5 5.5E+5

1,3- Dichloropropene 542756 NA 170 180 (X) 1,000 18,000 68,000 1.6E+5 7.8E+8 10,000 6.2E+5

Dichlorovos 62737 NA 50 (M); 32 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+7 10,000 2.2E+6

Dicyclohexyl phthalate 84617 NA ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID NA

Dieldrin 60571 NA NLL NLL 1.4E+5 19,000 19,000 19,000 6.8E+5 1,100 NA

Diethyl ether 60297 NA 200 ID 2.8E+7 (C) 8.5E+7 1.5E+8 3.4E+8 8.0E+11 1.1E+8 (C) 7.4E+6

Diethyl phthalate 84662 NA 1.1E+5 2,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+9 1.7E+8 (C) 7.4E+5

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 112345 NA 1,800 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+9 2.7E+6 1.1E+8

Diisopropyl ether 108203 NA 600 ID 6.7E+5 (C) 3.4E+5 7.6E+5 1.8E+6 4.1E+9 9.2E+5 (C) 1,300

Diisopropylamine (I) 108189 NA 110 NA 5.5E+6 6.2E+6 6.2E+6 7.3E+6 1.3E+10 1.7E+5 6.7E+6

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Dimethyl phthalate 131113 NA 1.5E+6 (C) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+9 (C,D) 7.9E+5

N,N- Dimethylacetamid e 127195 NA 3,600 82,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.6E+6 1.1E+8

N,N- Dimethylaniline 121697 NA 320 NA 1.7E+5 1.5E+5 1.5E+5 1.5E+5 2.6E+8 5.0E+5 8.0E+5

Dimethylformamid e (I) 68122 NA 14,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.0E+9 2.2E+7 1.1E+8

2,4- Dimethylphenol 105679 NA 7,400 7,600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.7E+9 1.1E+7 NA

2,6- Dimethylphenol 576261 NA 330 (M); 88 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 1.4E+5 NA

3,4- 330 (M); Dimethylphenol 95658 NA 200 500 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+8 3.2E+5 NA

1.0E+9 Dimethylsulfoxide 67685 NA 4.4E+6 3.8E+6 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+9 (C,D) 1.8E+7

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 NA 430 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.6E+7 48,000 NA

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Dinoseb 88857 NA 300 200 (M); 43 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.7E+8 66,000 (DD) 1.4E+5

1,4-Dioxane (I) 123911 NA 1,700 56,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.7E+8 5.3E+5 9.7E+7

Diquat 85007 NA 400 400 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.0E+5 NA

Diuron 330541 NA 620 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.7E+8 9.7E+5 NA

Endosulfan (J) 115297 NA NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 1.4E+6 NA

Endothall 145733 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+9 3.8E+6 NA

Endrin 72208 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 65,000 NA

Epichlorohydrin (I) 106898 NA 100 NA 64,000 31,000 31,000 35,000 6.7E+7 8,900 7.3E+6

1.0E+9 Ethanol (I) 64175 NA 3.8E+7 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+12 (C,D,DD) 1.1E+8

Ethyl acetate (I) 141786 NA 1.3E+5 NA 3.8E+7 (C) 4.9E+7 4.9E+7 9.8E+7 2.1E+11 2.0E+8 (C) 7.5E+6

Ethyl-tert-butyl ether (ETBE) 637923 NA 980 ID 5.4E+5 1.9E+6 4.5E+6 1.1E+7 2.5E+10 ID 6.5E+5

Ethylbenzene (I) 100414 NA 1,500 360 87,000 7.2E+5 1.0E+6 2.2E+6 1.0E+10 2.2E+7 (C) 1.4E+5

Ethylene dibromide 106934 NA 20 (M); 1.0 110 (X) 670 1,700 1,700 3,300 1.4E+7 92 8.9E+5

Ethylene glycol 107211 NA 3.0E+5 3.8E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+10 4.5E+8 (C) 1.1E+8

Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 111762 NA 74,000 NA 7.4E+5 1.8E+7 1.5E+8 3.6E+8 8.7E+11 1.1E+8 (C) 4.1E+7

Fluoranthene 206440 NA 7.3E+5 5,500 1.0E+9 (D) 7.4E+8 7.4E+8 7.4E+8 9.3E+9 4.6E+7 NA

Fluorene 86737 NA 3.9E+5 5,300 5.8E+8 1.3E+8 1.3E+8 1.3E+8 9.3E+9 2.7E+7 NA

Fluorine (soluble fluoride) (B) 7782414 NA 40,000 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 9.0E+6 (DD) NA

Formaldehyde 50000 NA 26,000 2,400 12,000 13,000 23,000 52,000 2.4E+8 4.1E+7 6.0E+7

Formic acid (I,U) 64186 NA 2.0E+5 ID 1.5E+6 2.1E+5 1.4E+5 1.4E+5 1.3E+8 3.2E+8 (C) 1.1E+8

1-Formylpiperidine 2591868 NA 1,600 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.5E+6 1.0E+7

Gentian violet 548629 NA 300 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 96,000 NA

Glyphosate 1071836 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.1E+7 (DD) NA

Heptachlor 76448 NA NLL NLL 3.5E+5 62,000 62,000 62,000 2.4E+6 5,600 NA

Heptachlor 1024573 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.2E+6 3,100 NA

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n-Heptane 142825 NA 4.6E+7 (C) NA 1.5E+6 (C) 2.1E+7 4.4E+7 1.0E+8 2.3E+11 9.9E+8 (C) 2.4E+5

Hexabromobenzen e 87821 NA 5,400 ID ID ID ID ID ID 1.1E+6 NA

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Hazardous Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) s Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

Hexachlorobenzene (C-66) 118741 NA 1,800 350 41,000 17,000 17,000 17,000 6.8E+6 8,900 NA

Hexachlorobutadiene (C- 46) 87683 NA 26,000 91 1.3E+5 1.3E+5 1.3E+5 1.3E+5 1.4E+8 1.0E+5 3.5E+5

alpha- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319846 NA 18 ID 30,000 12,000 22,000 25,000 1.7E+6 2,600 NA

beta- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319857 NA 37 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+6 5,400 NA

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 2.3E+6 (C-56) 77474 NA 3.2E+5 ID 30,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 1.3E+7 (C) 7.2E+5

Hexachloroethane 67721 NA 430 1,800 (X) 40,000 5.5E+5 9.3E+5 9.3E+5 2.3E+8 2.3E+5 NA

1.8E+5 9.2E+7 n-Hexane 110543 NA (C) NA 5.1E+5 (C) 3.0E+6 3.2E+6 6.2E+6 1.3E+10 (C) 44,000

3.2E+7 2-Hexanone 591786 NA 20,000 ID 9.9E+5 1.1E+6 1.1E+6 1.4E+6 2.7E+9 (C) 2.5E+6

Indeno(1,2,3-cd) pyrene (Q) 193395 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 20,000 NA

Iron (B) 7439896 1.2E+7 6,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.6E+8 NA

7.2E+7 Isobutyl alcohol (I) 78831 NA 46,000 NA 2.3E+8 (C) 7.9E+7 7.9E+7 7.9E+7 1.0E+11 (C) 8.9E+6

4.8E+6 Isophorone 78591 NA 15,000 26,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.2E+10 (C) 2.4E+6

Isopropyl alcohol (I) 67630 NA 9,400 1.1E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+10 1.4E+7 1.1E+8

2.5E+7 Isopropyl benzene 98828 NA 91,000 3,200 4.0E+5 (C) 1.7E+6 1.7E+6 2.8E+6 5.8E+9 (C) 3.9E+5

Lead (B) 7439921 21,000 7.0E+5 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+8 4.0E+5 NA

20 (M); Lindane 58899 NA 7.0 20 (M); 1.1 ID ID ID ID ID 8,300 NA

4.2E+6 Lithium (B) 7439932 9,800 3,400 8,800 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+9 (DD) NA

1.0E+9 Magnesium (B) 7439954 NA 8.0E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+9 (D) NA

Manganese (B) 7439965 4.4E+5 1,000 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+6 2.5E+7 NA

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Mercury (Total) (B,Z) Varies 130 1,700 50 (M); 1.2 48,000 52,000 52,000 52,000 2.0E+7 1.6E+5 NA

8.4E+6 ug/m3 Methane 74828 NA ID NA (GG) ID ID ID ID ID ID

1.1E+8 Methanol 67561 NA 74,000 1.2E+7 (C) 3.7E+7 (C) 3.1E+7 4.4E+7 9.6E+7 2.2E+11 (C) 3.1E+6

Methoxychlor 72435 NA 16,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 1.9E+6 NA

2-Methoxyethanol (I) 109864 NA 150 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+9 2.3E+5 1.1E+8

2-Methyl-4- chlorophenoxyacetic acid 94746 NA 390 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.3E+5 NA

830 (M); 2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 534521 NA 400 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 79,000 NA

N-Methyl-morpholine (I) 109024 NA 400 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.1E+5 1.1E+8

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Hazardous Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) s Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

Methyl parathion 298000 NA 46 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 56,000 NA

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) (I) 108101 NA 36,000 ID 3.7E+7 (C) 4.5E+7 4.5E+7 6.7E+7 1.4E+11 5.6E+7 (C) 2.7E+6

Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 1634044 NA 800 1.4E+5 (X) 9.9E+6 (C) 2.5E+7 3.9E+7 8.7E+7 2.0E+11 1.5E+6 5.9E+6

Methylcyclopentane (I) 96377 NA ID NA 92,000 2.3E+6 8.2E+6 2.0E+7 4.7E+10 ID 3.5E+5

4,4'-Methylene-bis-2- chloroaniline (MBOCA) 101144 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.4E+7 6,800 NA

Methylene chloride 75092 NA 100 30,000 (X) 45,000 2.1E+5 5.9E+5 1.4E+6 6.6E+9 1.3E+6 2.3E+6

2-Methylnaphthalene 91576 NA 57,000 4,200 2.7E+6 1.5E+6 1.5E+6 1.5E+6 6.7E+8 8.1E+6 NA

1,000 (M); Methylphenols (J) 1319773 NA 7,400 600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+9 1.1E+7 NA

5121845 1.5E+6 (C, Metolachlor 2 NA 4,800 300 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID DD) 4.4E+5

2108764 Metribuzin 9 NA 3,600 NA ID ID ID ID ID 9.6E+6 NA

Mirex 2385855 NA NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 9,600 NA

Molybdenum (B) 7439987 NA 1,500 64,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.6E+6 NA

Naphthalene 91203 NA 35,000 730 2.5E+5 3.0E+5 3.0E+5 3.0E+5 2.0E+8 1.6E+7 NA

Nickel (B) 7440020 20,000 1.0E+5 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+7 4.0E+7 NA

1479755 2.0E+5 Nitrate (B,N) 8 NA (N) ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

1479765 20,000 Nitrite (B,N) 0 NA (N) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

330 (M); Nitrobenzene (I) 98953 NA 68 3,600 (X) 91,000 54,000 54,000 54,000 4.7E+7 1.0E+5 4.9E+5

2-Nitrophenol 88755 NA 400 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.3E+5 NA

330 (M); n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 621647 NA 100 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.6E+6 1,200 1.5E+6

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 NA 5,400 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.2E+9 1.7E+6 NA

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Oxamyl 0 NA 4,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 8.6E+6 NA

8823035 Oxo-hexyl acetate 7 NA 1,500 NA ID ID ID ID 5.4E+9 2.3E+6 1.0E+7

4048742 Pendimethalin 1 NA 1.1E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4.6E+7 NA

Pentachlorobenzene 608935 NA 29,000 9,500 ID ID ID ID ID 3.2E+5 (C) 1.9E+5

Pentachloronitrobenzene 82688 NA 37,000 NA 1.2E+5 2.3E+5 2.3E+5 2.3E+5 3.3E+8 1.7E+6 NA

Pentachlorophenol 87865 NA 22 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+8 90,000 NA

Pentane 109660 NA ID NA 9.7E+5 (C) 3.7E+7 3.1E+8 5.8E+8 1.2E+12 ID 2.4E+5

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Hazardous Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) s Thickness Criteria Criteria Levels

2-Pentene (I) 109682 NA ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 2.2E+5

Phenanthrene 85018 NA 56,000 2,100 2.8E+6 1.6E+5 1.6E+5 1.6E+5 6.7E+6 1.6E+6 NA

4.0E+7 (C, Phenol 108952 NA 88,000 9,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.0E+10 DD) 1.2E+7

Phenytoin 57410 NA 830 4300 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.2E+8 1.0E+5 NA

Phosphorus (Total) 7723140 NA 1.3E+6 (EE) NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+7 1.0E+9 (D) NA

Phthalic acid 88993 NA 2.8E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4.3E+8 (C) 1.7E+6

Phthalic anhydride 85449 NA 3.0E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4.7E+8 (C) 1.1E+6

Picloram 1918021 NA 10,000 920 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.6E+7 NA

Piperidine 110894 NA 64 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 9.3E+9 99,000 1.2E+8

Polybrominated biphenyls 6777432 (J) 7 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1,200 NA

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) (J,T) 1336363 NA NLL NLL 3.0E+6 2.4E+5 7.9E+6 7.9E+6 5.2E+6 (T) NA

Prometon 1610180 NA 4,900 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.0E+6 NA

Propachlor 1918167 NA 1,900 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.9E+6 NA

Propazine 139402 NA 4,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.1E+6 NA

Propionic acid 79094 NA 2.4E+5 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.0E+10 3.8E+8 (C) 1.1E+8

1.3E+7 Propyl alcohol (I) 71238 NA 28,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.9E+10 (DD) 1.1E+8

n-Propylbenzene (I) 103651 NA 1,600 ID ID ID ID ID 1.3E+9 2.5E+6 1.0E+7

1.0E+9 Propylene glycol 57556 NA 3.0E+6 5.8E+6 NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.0E+11 (C,D) 1.1E+8

Pyrene 129000 NA 4.8E+5 ID 1.0E+9 (D) 6.5E+8 6.5E+8 6.5E+8 6.7E+9 2.9E+7 NA

Pyridine (I) 110861 NA 400 NA 1,100 8,200 40,000 97,000 2.3E+8 2.3E+5 (C) 37,000

Selenium (B) 7782492 410 4,000 400 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 2.6E+6 NA

Silver (B) 7440224 1,000 4,500 100 (M); 27 NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.7E+6 2.5E+6 NA

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 NA 3,600 2,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.7E+6 NA

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Simazine 122349 NA 80 340 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.2E+6 NA

1734125 Sodium 2 NA 4.6E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.0E+9 (D) NA

2662822 Sodium azide 8 NA 1,800 1,000 ID ID ID ID ID 2.7E+6 NA

Strontium (B) 7440246 NA 92,000 4.2E+5 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 3.3E+8 NA

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Styrene 100425 NA 2,700 2,100 (X) 2.5E+5 9.7E+5 9.7E+5 1.4E+6 5.5E+9 4.0E+5 5.2E+5

1480879 Sulfate 8 NA 5.0E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

3401418 4.6E+6 Tebuthiuron 1 NA 10,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

2,3,7,8-Tetrabromodibenzo- 5058541 p-dioxin (O) 6 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV (O) (O) NA

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 NA 1.5E+6 3,400 (X) 5.8E+5 2.3E+5 2.3E+5 2.3E+5 6.7E+7 7.7E+7 NA

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo- p-dioxin (O) 1746016 NA NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 71 (O) 0.09 (O) NA

1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630206 NA 1,500 ID 6,200 36,000 54,000 1.0E+5 4.2E+8 4.8E+5 (C) 4.4E+5

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 NA 170 1,600 (X) 4,300 10,000 10,000 14,000 5.4E+7 53,000 8.7E+5

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 NA 100 1,200 (X) 11,000 1.7E+5 4.8E+5 1.1E+6 2.7E+9 2.0E+5 (C) 88,000

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 NA 1,900 2.2E+5 (X) 1.3E+6 1.3E+7 6.7E+7 1.6E+8 3.9E+11 2.9E+6 1.2E+8

500 (M); Tetranitromethane 509148 NA ID NA 500(M); 110 51 ID ID 2.1E+5 ID ID

Thallium (B) 7440280 NA 2,300 4,200 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+7 35,000 NA

Toluene (I) 108883 NA 16,000 5,400 3.3E+5 (C) 2.8E+6 5.1E+6 1.2E+7 2.7E+10 5.0E+7 (C) 2.5E+5

660 (M); p-Toluidine 106490 NA 300 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+8 94,000 1.2E+6

Toxaphene 8001352 NA 24,000 8,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV 9.7E+6 20,000 NA

Triallate 2303175 NA 95,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.9E+6 (C) 2.5E+5

Tributylamine 102829 NA 7,800 ID 5.8E+5 6.0E+5 6.0E+5 6.0E+5 4.7E+8 7.9E+5 3.7E+6

9.9E+5 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 NA 4,200 5,900 (X) 9.6E+6 (C) 2.8E+7 2.8E+7 2.8E+7 2.5E+10 (DD) 1.1E+6

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71556 NA 4,000 1,800 2.5E+5 3.8E+6 1.2E+7 2.8E+7 6.7E+10 5.0E+8 (C) 4.6E+5

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 NA 100 6,600 (X) 4,600 17,000 21,000 44,000 1.9E+8 1.8E+5 9.2E+5

1.1E+5 Trichloroethylene 79016 NA 100 4,000 (X) 1,000 11,000 25,000 57,000 1.3E+8 (DD) 5.0E+5

Trichlorofluoromethane 75694 NA 52,000 NA 2.8E+6 (C) 9.2E+7 6.3E+8 1.5E+9 3.8E+12 7.9E+7 (C) 5.6E+5

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2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95954 NA 39,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+10 2.3E+7 NA

330 (M); 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88062 NA 2,400 100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+9 7.1E+5 NA

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96184 NA 840 NA 4,000 9,200 9,200 11,000 2.0E+7 1.3E+6 (C) 8.3E+5

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2- 1.0E+9 trifluoroethane 76131 NA 9.0E+6 (C) 1,700 5.1E+6 (C) 1.8E+8 8.8E+8 2.1E+9 5.1E+12 (C,D) 5.5E+5

Triethanolamine 102716 NA 74,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.3E+9 1.1E+8 1.1E+8

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Hazardous Substance Number d Level Criteria Criteria Criteria (VSIC) Thickness s Criteria Criteria Levels

3.9E+7 Triethylene glycol 112276 NA 86,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C,DD) 1.1E+5

3-Trifluoromethyl-4- 4.1E+7 nitrophenol 88302 NA 1.1E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

Trifluralin 1582098 NA 1.9E+5 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.0E+6 NA

2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 540841 NA ID NA 1.1E+5 (C) 5.2E+6 3.9E+7 9.6E+7 2.3E+11 ID 19,000

2,4,4-Trimethyl-2-pentene (I) 107404 NA ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 56,000

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene (I) 95636 NA 2,100 570 4.3E+6 (C) 2.1E+7 5.0E+8 5.0E+8 8.2E+10 3.2E+7 (C) 1.1E+5

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene (I) 108678 NA 1,800 1,100 2.6E+6 (C) 1.6E+7 3.8E+8 3.8E+8 8.2E+10 3.2E+7 (C) 94,000

Triphenyl phosphate 115866 NA 1.5E+6 (C) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 3.6E+7 (C) 1.1E+5

tris(2,3- Dibromopropyl)phosphate 126727 NA 930 ID 82,000 (C) 18,000 18,000 18,000 5.9E+6 4,400 27,000

Urea 57136 NA ID NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

7.5E+5 Vanadium 7440622 NA 72,000 4.3E+5 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

5.8E+6 Vinyl acetate (I) 108054 NA 13,000 NA 7.9E+5 1.7E+6 2.6E+6 5.8E+6 1.3E+10 (C,DD) 2.4E+6

Vinyl chloride 75014 NA 40 260 (X) 270 4,200 30,000 73,000 3.5E+8 3,800 4.9E+5

1218510 White phosphorus (R) 3 NA 2.2 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2,300 (DD) NA

Xylenes (I) 1330207 NA 5,600 820 6.3E+6 (C) 4.6E+7 6.1E+7 1.3E+8 2.9E+11 4.1E+8 (C) 1.5E+5

Zinc (B) 7440666 47,000 2.4E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.7E+8 NA

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R 299.48 Generic soil cleanup criteria for nonresidential category.

Rule 48. Generic soil cleanup criteria for nonresidential category shall be as shown in

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Acenaphthene 83329 NA 3.0E+5 8.8E+5 8,700 3.5E+8 9.7E+7 9.7E+7 9.7E+7 6.2E+9 1.3E+8 NA

Acenaphthylene 208968 NA 5,900 17,000 ID 3.0E+6 2.7E+6 2.7E+6 2.7E+6 1.0E+9 5.2E+6 NA

Acetaldehyde (I) 75070 NA 19,000 54,000 2,600 4.0E+5 2.1E+5 2.1E+5 2.9E+5 2.6E+8 9.5E+7 1.1E+8

Acetate 71501 NA ID ID (G) ID ID ID ID ID ID ID

Acetic acid 64197 NA 84,000 2.4E+5 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.4E+9 4.2E+8 6.5E+8

5.4E+8 Acetone (I) 67641 NA 15,000 42,000 34,000 (C) 1.6E+8 1.6E+8 2.0E+8 1.7E+11 7.3E+7 1.1E+8

Acetonitrile 75058 NA 2,800 8,000 NA 8.8E+6 1.9E+6 1.9E+6 2.2E+6 1.8E+9 1.4E+7 2.2E+7

2.1E+8 Acetophenone 98862 NA 30,000 88,000 ID (C) 5.2E+7 5.2E+7 5.2E+7 1.4E+10 1.5E+8 (C) 1.1E+6

Acrolein (I) 107028 NA 2,400 6,600 NA 760 370 370 630 5.9E+5 1.2E+7 2.3E+7

Acrylamide 79061 NA 10 10 200 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.0E+6 8,700 NA

2.1E+8 Acrylic acid 79107 NA 78,000 2.2E+5 NA 5.5E+6 2.2E+5 2.7E+5 2.7E+5 2.9E+7 (C,DD) 1.1E+8

100 (M); 100 (M); Acrylonitrile (I) 107131 NA 52 220 40 35,000 17,000 17,000 31,000 5.8E+7 74,000 8.3E+6

159726 Alachlor 08 NA 52 52 290 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 3.9E+5 NA

Aldicarb 116063 NA 60 60 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 7.3E+5 NA

164688 200 (M); Aldicarb sulfone 4 NA 40 200 (M); 40 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 8.0E+5 NA

164687 200(M); Aldicarb sulfoxide 3 NA 80 200 (M); 80 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 9.5E+5 NA

Aldrin 309002 NA NLL NLL NLL 7.1E+6 2.0E+5 2.0E+5 2.0E+5 8.0E+5 4,300 NA

742990 3.7E+8 Aluminum (B) 5 6.9E+6 1,000 1,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

766441 Ammonia 7 NA ID ID (CC) ID ID ID ID 2.9E+9 ID 1.0E+7

t-Amyl methyl ether (TAME) 994058 NA 3,900 3,900 NA 1.1E+5 4.0E+5 7.8E+5 1.8E+6 1.8E+9 9.5E+7 (C) 4.4E+5

330 (M); Aniline 62533 NA 1,100 4,400 80 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+7 1.5E+6 4.5E+6

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Anthracene 120127 NA 41,000 41,000 ID (D) 1.6E+9 1.6E+9 1.6E+9 2.9E+10 7.3E+8 NA

744036 Antimony 0 NA 4,300 4,300 94,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+6 6.7E+5 NA

744038 Arsenic 2 5,800 4,600 4,600 4,600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 9.1E+5 37,000 NA

133221 1.0E+7 (M); Asbestos (BB) 4 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 85,000 ID NA

191224 3.3E+5 Atrazine 9 NA 60 60 150 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

Azobenzene 103333 NA 4,200 17,000 ID 3.2E+7 2.1E+6 2.1E+6 2.1E+6 1.3E+8 6.6E+5 NA

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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Hazardous Service Backgrou n Criteria Criteria & Criteria & Criteria & (VSIC) & Thickne Thicknes n Criteria Criteria & Screening Substance Number nd Levels & RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs ss s & RBSLs RBSLs Levels

Barium (B) 7440393 75,000 1.3E+6 1.3E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+8 1.3E+8 NA

8.4E+5 Benzene (I) 71432 NA 100 100 4,000 (X) 8,400 45,000 99,000 2.3E+5 4.7E+8 (C) 4.0E+5

1,000 1,000 (M); 1,000 (M); 1,000 (M); Benzidine 92875 NA (M); 6.0 6.0 6.0 NLV NLV NLV NLV 59,000 110 NA

Benzo(a)anthracene (Q) 56553 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 80,000 NA

Benzo(b)fluoranthen e (Q) 205992 NA NLL NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 80,000 NA

Benzo(k)fluoranthen e (Q) 207089 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 8.0E+5 NA

Benzo(g,h,i)perylen e 191242 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 3.5E+8 7.0E+6 NA

Benzo(a)pyrene (Q) 50328 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.9E+6 8,000 NA

1.0E+9 Benzoic acid 65850 NA 6.4E+5 1.8E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (D) NA

1.0E+9 Benzyl alcohol 100516 NA 2.0E+5 5.8E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+11 (C,D) 5.8E+6

Benzyl chloride 100447 NA 150 640 NA 33,000 48,000 48,000 52,000 7.8E+7 2.2E+5 2.3E+5

Beryllium 7440417 NA 51,000 51,000 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+5 1.6E+6 NA

bis(2- Chloroethoxy)ethan e 112265 NA ID ID ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID 2.7E+6

bis(2- Chloroethyl)ether 100 (M); (I) 111444 NA 100 170 20 44,000 13,000 13,000 13,000 1.2E+7 58,000 2.2E+6

bis(2- 1.2E+7 Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.9E+8 (C) 1.0E+7

3.5E+8 Boron (B) 7440428 NA 10,000 10,000 1.4E+5 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

1554145 Bromate 4 NA 200 200 800 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 91,000 NA

1.7E+6 Bromobenzene (I) 108861 NA 550 1,500 NA 5.8E+5 5.4E+5 5.4E+5 5.4E+5 2.4E+8 (C) 7.6E+5

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Bromodichlorometh ane 75274 NA 1,600 (W) 1,600 (W) ID 6,400 31,000 31,000 57,000 1.1E+8 4.9E+5 1.5E+6

3.8E+6 Bromoform 75252 NA 1,600 (W) 1,600 (W) ID 7.7E+5 3.1E+6 3.1E+6 3.1E+6 3.6E+9 (C) 8.7E+5

Bromomethane 74839 NA 200 580 700 1,600 13,000 57,000 1.4E+5 1.5E+8 1.0E+6 2.2E+6

9.5E+7 n-Butanol (I) 71363 NA 19,000 54,000 2.00E+05 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+10 (C) 8.7E+6

2-Butanone (MEK) 7.0E+8 (I) 78933 NA 2.6E+5 7.6E+5 44,000 9.9E+7 (C) 3.5E+7 3.5E+7 3.6E+7 2.9E+10 (C,DD) 2.7E+7

5.5E+7 n-Butyl acetate 123864 NA 11,000 32,000 NA 1.0E+8 (C) 1.4E+8 3.1E+8 3.5E+8 2.1E+11 (C) 1.1E+6

3.9E+8 t-Butyl alcohol 75650 NA 78,000 2.2E+5 NA 5.8E+8 (C) 1.2E+8 2.4E+8 2.4E+8 5.6E+10 (C) 1.1E+8

Butyl benzyl 2.2E+6 1.2E+8 phthalate 85687 NA (C) 5.0E+6 (C) 1.2E+5 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.1E+10 (C) 3.1E+5

n-Butylbenzene 104518 NA 1,600 4,600 ID ID ID ID ID 8.8E+8 8.0E+6 1.0E+7

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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sec-Butylbenzene 135988 NA 1,600 4,600 ID ID ID ID ID 1.8E+8 8.0E+6 1.0E+7

t-Butylbenzene (I) 98066 NA 1,600 4,600 ID ID ID ID ID 2.9E+8 8.0E+6 1.0E+7

Cadmium (B) 7440439 1,200 6,000 6,000 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.2E+6 2.1E+6 NA

Camphene (I) 79925 NA ID ID NA 6,700 1.8E+5 9.1E+5 2.2E+6 2.4E+9 ID NA

3.1E+8 Caprolactam 105602 NA 1.2E+5 3.4E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+8 (DD) NA

Carbaryl 63252 NA 14,000 40,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 7.0E+7 NA

Carbazole 86748 NA 9,400 39,000 1,100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.8E+7 2.4E+6 NA

Carbofuran 1563662 NA 800 800 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 3.6E+6 NA

Carbon disulfide 4.3E+7 (I,R) 75150 NA 16,000 46,000 ID 1.4E+5 1.6E+6 8.0E+6 1.9E+7 2.1E+10 (C,DD) 2.8E+5

4.4E+5 Carbon tetrachloride 56235 NA 100 100 900 (X) 990 12,000 34,000 79,000 1.7E+8 (C) 3.9E+5

Chlordane (J) 57749 NA NLL NLL NLL 5.9E+7 4.2E+6 4.2E+6 4.2E+6 2.1E+7 1.5E+5 NA

1688700 5.0E+5 Chloride 6 NA 5.0E+6 5.0E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (F) NA

1.4E+7 Chlorobenzene (I) 108907 NA 2,000 2,000 500 2.2E+5 9.2E+5 1.1E+6 2.1E+6 2.1E+9 (C) 2.6E+5

p-Chlorobenzene sulfonic acid 98668 NA 1.5E+5 4.2E+5 ID ID ID ID ID ID 7.3E+8 ID

1-Chloro-1,1- 1.0E+9 difluoroethane 75683 NA 3.0E+5 8.8E+5 NA 5.4E+6 (C) 9.4E+7 5.7E+8 1.4E+9 1.5E+12 (C,D) 9.6E+5

1.2E+7 Chloroethane 75003 NA 8,600 34,000 22,000 (X) 5.3E+6 (C) 3.6E+7 1.2E+8 2.8E+8 2.9E+11 (C) 9.5E+5

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 NA ID ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 1.9E+6

1,600 5.5E+6 Chloroform 67663 NA (W) 1,600 (W) 7,000 38,000 1.5E+5 3.4E+5 7.9E+5 1.6E+9 (C) 1.5E+6

7.4E+6 Chloromethane (I) 74873 NA 5,200 22,000 ID 10,000 1.2E+5 1.0E+6 2.5E+6 2.6E+9 (C) 1.1E+6

4-Chloro-3- methylphenol 59507 NA 5,800 16,000 280 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.5E+7 NA

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beta- Chloronaphthalene 91587 NA 6.2E+5 1.8E+6 NA ID ID ID ID ID 1.8E+8 NA

2-Chlorophenol 95578 NA 900 2,600 360 8.0E+5 1.1E+6 1.1E+6 1.1E+6 5.3E+8 4.5E+6 1.9E+7

1.5E+7 o-Chlorotoluene (I) 95498 NA 3,300 9,300 ID 5.0E+5 1.5E+6 3.1E+6 6.4E+6 2.1E+9 (C) 5.0E+5

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 NA 17,000 48,000 1,500 240 5,500 23,000 56,000 5.9E+7 3.4E+7 NA

1606583 18,000 1.0E+9 1.0E+9 Chromium (III) (B,H) 1 (total) (D) 1.0E+9 (D) (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+8 (D) NA

1854029 Chromium (VI) 9 NA 30,000 30,000 3,300 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.4E+5 9.2E+6 NA

Chrysene (Q) 218019 NA NLL NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 8.0E+6 NA

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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744048 Cobalt 4 6,800 800 2,000 2,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+6 9.0E+6 NA

744050 Copper (B) 8 32,000 5.8E+6 5.8E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+7 7.3E+7 NA

217254 Cyanazine 62 NA 200 200 1,100 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 66,000 NA

Cyanide (P,R) 57125 390 (total) 4,000 4,000 100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.5E+5 2.5E+5 NA

1.0E+9 Cyclohexanone 108941 NA 5.2E+6 1.5E+7 NA 32,000 1.3E+6 1.1E+7 2.7E+7 2.9E+10 (C,D) 2.2E+8

186132 Dacthal 1 NA 50,000 1.4E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 7.3E+6 NA

Dalapon 75990 NA 4,000 4,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.2E+7 (C) 5.9E+7

4-4'-DDD 72548 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.6E+7 4.0E+5 NA

4-4'-DDE 72559 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.0E+7 1.9E+5 NA

4-4'-DDT 50293 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.0E+7 2.8E+5 NA

Decabromodiphenyl 116319 ether 5 NA 1.4E+5 1.4E+5 NA 1.0E+9 (D) 1.0E+8 1.0E+8 1.0E+8 1.0E+9 1.1E+7 NA

9.6E+5 Di-n-butyl phthalate 84742 NA (C) 2.7E+6 (C) 11,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+9 8.7E+7 (C) 7.6E+5

Di(2-ethylhexyl) 1.3E+7 6.3E+7 adipate 103231 NA (C) 1.3E+7 (C) ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.2E+10 (C,DD) 9.6E+5

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 NA 1.0E+8 2.9E+8 (C) ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.4E+10 2.0E+7 1.4E+8

Diacetone alcohol (I) 123422 NA ID ID NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.1E+10 ID 1.1E+8

70,000 Diazinon 333415 NA 95 280 72 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) 3.1E+5

Dibenzo(a,h)anthrac ene (Q) 53703 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 8,000 NA

Dibenzofuran 132649 NA ID ID 1,700 3.6E+6 1.6E+5 1.6E+5 1.6E+5 2.9E+6 ID NA

Dibromochlorometha ne 124481 NA 1,600 (W) 1,600 (W) ID 21,000 80,000 80,000 98,000 1.6E+8 5.0E+5 6.1E+5

Dibromochloropropa 10 (M); ne 96128 NA 4.0 10 (M); 4.0 ID 1,200 900 900 900 7.0E+5 20,000 (C) 1,200

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Dibromomethane 74953 NA 1,600 4,600 NA ID ID ID ID ID 8.0E+6 (C) 2.0E+6

191800 Dicamba 9 NA 4,400 13,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.7E+7 NA

1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95501 NA 14,000 14,000 280 2.0E+7 (C) 4.6E+7 4.6E+7 5.5E+7 4.4E+10 6.3E+7 (C) 2.1E+5

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 NA 170 480 680 48,000 94,000 94,000 1.1E+5 8.8E+7 6.6E+5 (C) 1.7E+5

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 NA 1,700 1,700 360 1.0E+5 2.6E+5 2.6E+5 3.4E+5 5.7E+8 1.9E+6 NA

3,3'- 2,000 (M); 2,000 (M); 2,000 (M); Dichlorobenzidine 91941 NA 28 110 7.4 NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.2E+6 30,000 NA

Dichlorodifluorometh ane 75718 NA 95,000 2.7E+5 ID 1.7E+6 6.3E+7 5.5E+8 1.4E+9 1.5E+12 1.7E+8 (C) 1.0E+6

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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8.7E+7 1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 NA 18,000 50,000 15,000 4.3E+5 2.5E+6 6.0E+6 1.4E+7 1.5E+10 (C) 8.9E+5

1,2-Dichloroethane (I) 107062 NA 100 100 7,200 (X) 11,000 21,000 33,000 74,000 1.5E+8 4.2E+5 1.2E+6

1,1- Dichloroethylene 6.6E+5 (I) 75354 NA 140 140 2,600 330 3,700 15,000 37,000 7.8E+7 (C) 5.7E+5

cis-1,2- 8.0E+6 Dichloroethylene 156592 NA 1,400 1,400 12,000 41,000 2.1E+5 4.3E+5 1.0E+6 1.0E+9 (C) 6.4E+5

trans-1,2- 1.2E+7 Dichloroethylene 156605 NA 2,000 2,000 30,000 (X) 43,000 3.3E+5 8.4E+5 2.0E+6 2.1E+9 (C) 1.4E+6

2,6-Dichloro-4- nitroaniline 99309 NA 44,000 1.3E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.2E+8 NA

330 (M); 3.9E+6 2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 NA 1,500 4,200 220 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.3E+9 (C,DD) 1.8E+6

2,4- Dichlorophenoxyac etic acid 94757 NA 1,400 1,400 4,400 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+9 8.6E+6 NA

1,2- 6.6E+5 Dichloropropane (I) 78875 NA 100 100 4,600 (X) 7,400 30,000 51,000 1.2E+5 1.2E+8 (C) 5.5E+5

1,3- Dichloropropene 542756 NA 170 700 180 (X) 5,400 60,000 2.0E+5 4.7E+5 5.9E+8 2.4E+5 6.2E+5

Dichlorovos 62737 NA 50 (M); 32 130 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+7 47,000 2.2E+6

Dicyclohexyl phthalate 84617 NA ID ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID NA

Dieldrin 60571 NA NLL NLL NLL 7.2E+5 64,000 64,000 64,000 8.5E+5 4,700 NA

3.6E+8 Diethyl ether 60297 NA 200 200 ID 5.2E+7 (C) 1.0E+8 1.6E+8 3.5E+8 3.5E+11 (C) 7.4E+6

5.5E+8 Diethyl phthalate 84662 NA 1.1E+5 3.2E+5 2,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+9 (C) 7.4E+5

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 112345 NA 1,800 5,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+8 8.7E+6 1.1E+8

3.0E+6 Diisopropyl ether 108203 NA 600 1,700 (C) ID 1.2E+6 (C) 3.2E+6 4.8E+6 1.0E+7 1.1E+10 (C) 1,300

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Diisopropylamine (I) 108189 NA 110 320 NA 1.0E+7 (C) 7.4E+6 7.4E+6 7.7E+6 5.9E+9 5.6E+5 6.7E+6

1.0E+9 Dimethyl phthalate 131113 NA 1.5E+6 (C) 4.2E+6 (C) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+9 (C,D) 7.9E+5

N,N- Dimethylacetamide 127195 NA 3,600 10,000 82,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.8E+7 1.1E+8

1.6E+6 N,N-Dimethylaniline 121697 NA 320 920 NA 8.9E+5 (C) 5.2E+5 5.2E+5 5.2E+5 3.3E+8 (C) 8.0E+5

Dimethylformamide (I) 68122 NA 14,000 40,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.8E+8 7.0E+7 1.1E+8

2,4-Dimethylphenol 105679 NA 7,400 20,000 7,600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.1E+9 3.6E+7 NA

330 (M); 330 (M); 2,6-Dimethylphenol 576261 NA 88 260 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+7 4.4E+5 NA

330 (M); 3,4-Dimethylphenol 95658 NA 200 580 500 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+8 1.0E+6 NA

1.0E+9 Dimethylsulfoxide 67685 NA 4.4E+6 1.3E+7 3.8E+6 NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+8 (C,D) 1.8E+7

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 NA 430 640 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.0E+7 2.2E+5 NA

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

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3.9E+5 Dinoseb 88857 NA 300 300 200 (M); 43 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.2E+8 (C,DD) 1.4E+5

1,4-Dioxane (I) 123911 NA 1,700 7,000 56,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.1E+8 2.4E+6 9.7E+7

Diquat 85007 NA 400 400 400 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.6E+6 NA

Diuron 330541 NA 620 1,800 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.1E+8 3.1E+6 NA

Endosulfan (J) 115297 NA NLL NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 4.4E+6 NA

Endothall 145733 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+9 1.2E+7 NA

Endrin 72208 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.9E+5 NA

Epichlorohydri n (I) 106898 NA 100 100 NA 1.2E+5 37,000 37,000 37,000 2.9E+7 41,000 7.3E+6

1.0E+9 (C,D,DD

Ethanol (I) 64175 NA 3.8E+7 7.6E+7 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.6E+11 D) 1.1E+8

Ethyl acetate 6.6E+8 (I) 141786 NA 1.3E+5 3.8E+5 NA 7.0E+7 (C) 5.9E+7 5.9E+7 1.0E+8 9.4E+10 (C) 7.5E+6

Ethyl-tert-butyl ether (ETBE) 637923 NA 980 980 ID 1.7E+6 (C) 2.3E+6 4.6E+6 1.1E+7 1.1E+10 ID 6.5E+5

Ethylbenzene 7.1E+7 (I) 100414 NA 1,500 1,500 360 4.6E+5 (C) 2.4E+6 3.1E+6 6.5E+6 1.3E+10 (C) 1.4E+5

Ethylene dibromide 106934 NA 20 (M); 1.0 20 (M); 1.0 110 (X) 3,600 5,800 5,800 9,800 1.8E+7 430 8.9E+5

Ethylene 1.0E+9 glycol 107211 NA 3.0E+5 8.4E+5 3.8E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+10 (C,D) 1.1E+8

Ethylene glycol monobutyl 3.6E+8 ether 111762 NA 74,000 2.0E+5 NA 1.4E+6 2.1E+7 1.5E+8 3.6E+8 3.8E+11 (C) 4.1E+7

Fluoranthene 206440 NA 7.3E+5 7.3E+5 5,500 1.0E+9 (D) 8.9E+8 8.8E+8 8.8E+8 4.1E+9 1.3E+8 NA

Fluorene 86737 NA 3.9E+5 8.9E+5 5,300 1.0E+9 (D) 1.5E+8 1.5E+8 1.5E+8 4.1E+9 8.7E+7 NA

Fluorine 778241 6.7E+7 (soluble 4 NA 40,000 40,000 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

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1.3E+8 Formaldehyde 50000 NA 26,000 76,000 2,400 65,000 43,000 69,000 1.5E+5 2.6E+8 (C) 6.0E+7

Formic acid 1.0E+9 (I,U) 64186 NA 2.0E+5 5.8E+5 ID 2.8E+6 2.6E+5 1.6E+5 1.6E+5 5.9E+7 (C,D) 1.1E+8

1- Formylpiperidi 259186 ne 8 NA 1,600 4,600 NA ID ID ID ID ID 8.0E+6 1.0E+7

Gentian violet 548629 NA 300 1,300 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4.4E+5 NA

107183 5.7E+7 Glyphosate 6 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

Heptachlor 76448 NA NLL NLL NLL 1.9E+6 2.1E+5 2.1E+5 2.1E+5 3.0E+6 23,000 NA

Heptachlor 102457 epoxide 3 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+6 9,500 NA

1.0E+9 n-Heptane 142825 NA 4.6E+7 (C) 1.3E+8 (C) NA 2.7E+6 (C) 2.5E+7 4.5E+7 1.0E+8 1.0E+11 (C,D) 2.4E+5

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Hexabromobenzene 87821 NA 5,400 5,400 ID ID ID ID ID ID 3.1E+6 NA

Hexachlorobenzene (C- 66) 118741 NA 1,800 1,800 350 2.2E+5 56,000 56,000 56,000 8.5E+6 37,000 NA

Hexachlorobutadiene 4.7E+5 (C-46) 87683 NA 26,000 72,000 91 7.1E+5 (C) 4.6E+5 4.6E+5 4.6E+5 1.8E+8 (C) 3.5E+5

alpha- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319846 NA 18 71 ID 1.6E+5 41,000 86,000 86,000 2.1E+6 12,000 NA

beta- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319857 NA 37 150 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 7.4E+6 25,000 NA

Hexachlorocyclopentadi 6.7E+6 ene (C-56) 77474 NA 3.2E+5 3.2E+5 ID 56,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 5.9E+6 (C) 7.2E+5

Hexachloroethane 67721 NA 430 1,200 1,800 (X) 79,000 6.6E+5 1.4E+6 1.4E+6 1.0E+8 7.3E+5 NA

1.8E+5 3.0E+8 n-Hexane 110543 NA (C) 5.1E+5 (C) NA 9.5E+5 (C) 3.5E+6 3.5E+6 6.4E+6 5.9E+9 (C) 44,000

1.0E+8 2-Hexanone 591786 NA 20,000 58,000 ID 1.8E+6 1.3E+6 1.3E+6 1.5E+6 1.2E+9 (C) 2.5E+6

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene (Q) 193395 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 80,000 NA

743989 Iron (B) 6 1.2E+7 6,000 6,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.8E+8 NA

2.3E+8 Isobutyl alcohol (I) 78831 NA 46,000 1.3E+5 NA 4.3E+8 (C) 9.5E+7 9.5E+7 9.5E+7 4.4E+10 (C) 8.9E+6

2.2E+7 Isophorone 78591 NA 15,000 62,000 26,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.2E+9 (C) 2.4E+6

Isopropyl alcohol (I) 67630 NA 9,400 26,000 1.1E+6 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 6.5E+9 4.7E+7 1.1E+8

8.0E+7 Isopropyl benzene 98828 NA 91,000 2.6E+5 3,200 7.3E+5 (C) 2.0E+6 2.0E+6 3.0E+6 2.6E+9 (C) 3.9E+5

743992 9.0E+5 Lead (B) 1 21,000 7.0E+5 7.0E+5 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.4E+7 (DD) NA

20 (M); Lindane 58899 NA 7.0 20 (M); 7.0 20 (M); 1.1 ID ID ID ID ID 42,000 NA

743993 3.1E+7 Lithium (B) 2 9,800 3,400 7,000 8,800 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+9 (DD) NA

Magnesium (B) 743995 NA 8.0E+6 2.2E+7 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+9 1.0E+9 NA

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743996 Manganese (B) 5 4.4E+5 1,000 1,000 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+6 9.0E+7 NA

Mercury (Total) (B,Z) Varies 130 1,700 1,700 50 (M); 1.2 89,000 62,000 62,000 62,000 8.8E+6 5.8E+5 NA

8.4E+6 Methane 74828 NA ID ID NA ug/m3 (GG) ID ID ID ID ID ID

3.6E+8 Methanol 67561 NA 74,000 2.0E+5 1.2E+7 (C) 6.7E+7 (C) 3.7E+7 4.6E+7 9.7E+7 9.6E+10 (C) 3.1E+6

Methoxychlor 72435 NA 16,000 16,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 5.6E+6 NA

2-Methoxyethanol (I) 109864 NA 150 420 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+8 7.3E+5 1.1E+8

2-Methyl-4- chlorophenoxyacetic acid 94746 NA 390 1,100 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 7.3E+5 NA

2-Methyl-4,6- 830 (M); 830 (M); dinitrophenol 534521 NA 400 400 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+7 2.6E+5 NA

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N-Methyl-morpholine (I) 109024 NA 400 1,100 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.0E+6 1.1E+8

Methyl parathion 298000 NA 46 130 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.8E+5 NA

4-Methyl-2- 1.8E+8 pentanone (MIBK) (I) 108101 NA 36,000 1.0E+5 ID 6.9E+7 (C) 5.3E+7 5.3E+7 7.0E+7 6.0E+10 (C) 2.7E+6

Methyl-tert-butyl ether 7.1E+6 (MTBE) 1634044 NA 800 800 1.4E+5 (X) 1.8E+7 (C) 3.0E+7 4.1E+7 8.9E+7 8.8E+10 (C) 5.9E+6

Methylcyclopentane (I) 96377 NA ID ID NA 1.7E+5 2.8E+6 8.3E+6 2.0E+7 2.1E+10 ID 3.5E+5

4,4'-Methylene-bis-2- chloroaniline 101144 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.1E+8 32,000 NA

5.8E+6 Methylene chloride 75092 NA 100 100 30,000 (X) 2.4E+5 7.0E+5 1.7E+6 4.0E+6 8.3E+9 (C) 2.3E+6

2-Methylnaphthalene 91576 NA 57,000 1.7E+5 4,200 4.9E+6 1.8E+6 1.8E+6 1.8E+6 2.9E+8 2.6E+7 NA

1,000 (M); Methylphenols (J) 1319773 NA 7,400 20,000 600 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+9 3.6E+7 NA

5121845 6.9E+6 Metolachlor 2 NA 4,800 20,000 300 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C,DD) 4.4E+5

2108764 Metribuzin 9 NA 3,600 10,000 NA ID ID ID ID ID 2.8E+7 NA

Mirex 2385855 NA NLL NLL NLL ID ID ID ID ID 40,000 NA

Molybdenum (B) 7439987 NA 1,500 4,200 64,000 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 9.6E+6 NA

Naphthalene 91203 NA 35,000 1.0E+5 730 4.7E+5 3.5E+5 3.5E+5 3.5E+5 8.8E+7 5.2E+7 NA

Nickel (B) 7440020 20,000 1.0E+5 1.0E+5 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.6E+7 1.5E+8 NA

1479755 2.0E+5 Nitrate (B,N) 8 NA (N) 2.0E+5 (N) ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

1479765 20,000 Nitrite (B,N) 0 NA (N) 20,000 (N) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

330 (M); 330 (M); Nitrobenzene (I) 98953 NA 68 190 3,600 (X) 1.7E+5 64,000 64,000 64,000 2.1E+7 3.4E+5 4.9E+5

2-Nitrophenol 88755 NA 400 1,200 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.0E+6 NA

n-Nitroso-di-n- 330 (M); 330 (M); propylamine 621647 NA 100 100 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.0E+6 5,400 1.5E+6

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N- Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 NA 5,400 22,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.8E+9 7.8E+6 NA

2313522 Oxamyl 0 NA 4,000 4,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.8E+7 NA

8823035 Oxo-hexyl acetate 7 NA 1,500 4,200 NA ID ID ID ID 2.4E+9 7.3E+6 1.0E+7

4048742 Pendimethalin 1 NA 1.1E+6 1.1E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.3E+8 NA

9.3E+5 Pentachlorobenzene 608935 NA 29,000 81,000 9,500 ID ID ID ID ID (C) 1.9E+5

Pentachloronitrobenz ene 82688 NA 37,000 37,000 NA 2.2E+5 2.8E+5 2.8E+5 2.8E+5 1.5E+8 5.5E+6 NA

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al Nonresident er Surface Volatilizati Volatile Finite Finite Soil Chemic Drinking ial Drinking Water on to Soil VSIC for VSIC for Particula Saturation

al Statewide Water Water Interface Indoor Air Inhalation 5 Meter 2 Meter te Soil Direct Concentrati Abstract Default Protectio Protection Protection Inhalation Criteria Source Source Inhalatio Contact on

Hazardous Service Backgrou n Criteria Criteria & Criteria & Criteria & (VSIC) & Thickne Thickne n Criteria Criteria & Screening Substance Number nd Levels & RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs ss ss & RBSLs RBSLs Levels

Pentachlorophenol 87865 NA 22 22 (G,X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 3.2E+5 NA

Pentane 109660 NA ID ID NA 1.8E+5 4.4E+7 3.4E+8 6.0E+8 5.3E+11 ID 2.4E+5

2-Pentene (I) 109682 NA ID ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 2.2E+5

Phenanthrene 85018 NA 56,000 1.6E+5 2,100 5.1E+6 1.9E+5 1.9E+5 1.9E+5 2.9E+6 5.2E+6 NA

2.3E+8 Phenol 108952 NA 88,000 2.6E+5 9,000 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.8E+10 (C,DD) 1.2E+7

Phenytoin 57410 NA 830 3300 4300 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.8E+8 4.8E+5 NA

1.0E+9 Phosphorus (Total) 7723140 NA 1.3E+6 4.8E+6 (EE) NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+7 (D) NA

1.0E+9 Phthalic acid 88993 NA 2.8E+5 8.0E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C,D) 1.7E+6

1.0E+9 Phthalic anhydride 85449 NA 3.0E+5 8.8E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C,D) 1.1E+6

Picloram 1918021 NA 10,000 10,000 920 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.1E+7 NA

Piperidine 110894 NA 64 180 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 4.1E+9 3.2E+5 1.2E+8

Polybrominated 6777432 biphenyls (J) 7 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 4,800 NA

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) (J,T) 1336363 NA NLL NLL NLL 1.6E+7 8.1E+5 2.8E+7 2.8E+7 6.5E+6 (T) NA

Prometon 1610180 NA 4,900 14,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 1.6E+7 NA

Propachlor 1918167 NA 1,900 5,400 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 9.5E+6 NA

Propazine 139402 NA 4,000 11,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 2.0E+7 NA

1.0E+9 Propionic acid 79094 NA 2.4E+5 7.0E+5 ID NLV NLV NLV NLV 8.8E+9 (C,D) 1.1E+8

7.4E+7 Propyl alcohol (I) 71238 NA 28,000 80,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.1E+10 (DD) 1.1E+8

n-Propylbenzene (I) 103651 NA 1,600 4,600 ID ID ID ID ID 5.9E+8 8.0E+6 1.0E+7

1.0E+9 Propylene glycol 57556 NA 3.0E+6 8.4E+6 5.8E+6 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.8E+11 (C,D) 1.1E+8

Pyrene 129000 NA 4.8E+5 4.8E+5 ID 1.0E+9 (D) 7.8E+8 7.8E+8 7.8E+8 2.9E+9 8.4E+7 NA

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Pyridine (I) 110861 NA 400 420 NA 2,000 9,800 40,000 97,000 1.0E+8 (C) 37,000

Selenium (B) 7782492 410 4,000 4,000 400 NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+7 9.6E+6 NA

100 (M); Silver (B) 7440224 1,000 4,500 13,000 27 NLV NLV NLV NLV 2.9E+6 9.0E+6 NA

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 NA 3,600 3,600 2,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 5.5E+6 NA

Simazine 122349 NA 80 80 340 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 3.8E+6 NA

1734125 1.0E+9 Sodium 2 NA 4.6E+6 7.0E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (D) NA

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TABLE 3. SOIL: NONRESIDENTIAL

PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

Groundwater Protection Indoor Air Ambient Air (Y) (C) Contact Csat

Infinite Residenti Groundwat Soil Source

al Nonresidenti er Surface Volatilizati Volatile Finite Finite Soil Chemica Drinking al Drinking Water on to Soil VSIC for VSIC for Particulat Saturation

l Statewide Water Water Interface Indoor Air Inhalatio 5 Meter 2 Meter e Soil Direct Concentrati Abstract Default Protectio Protection Protection Inhalation n Criteria Source Source Inhalatio Contact on

Hazardous Service Backgrou n Criteria Criteria & Criteria & Criteria & (VSIC) & Thicknes Thicknes n Criteria Criteria & Screening Substance Number nd Levels & RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs s s & RBSLs RBSLs Levels

2662822 Sodium azide 8 NA 1,800 5,000 1,000 ID ID ID ID ID 8.7E+6 NA

1.0E+9 Strontium (B) 7440246 NA 92,000 2.6E+5 4.2E+5 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (D) NA

1.9E+6 Styrene 100425 NA 2,700 2,700 2,100 (X) 1.3E+6 (C) 3.3E+6 3.3E+6 4.2E+6 6.9E+9 (C) 5.2E+5

1480879 Sulfate 8 NA 5.0E+6 5.0E+6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

3401418 2.7E+7 Tebuthiuron 1 NA 10,000 30,000 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

2,3,7,8- Tetrabromodibenzo- 5058541 p-dioxin (O) 6 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV (O) (O) NA

1,2,4,5- Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 NA 1.5E+6 1.5E+6 3,400 (X) 1.1E+6 2.7E+5 2.7E+5 2.7E+5 2.9E+7 2.5E+8 NA

2,3,7,8- Tetrachlorodibenzo- p-dioxin (O) 1746016 NA NLL NLL NLL NLV NLV NLV NLV 59 (O) 0.99 (O) NA

1,1,1,2- 2.2E+6 Tetrachloroethane 630206 NA 1,500 6,400 ID 33,000 1.2E+5 2.1E+5 3.3E+5 5.3E+8 (C) 4.4E+5

1,1,2,2- Tetrachloroethane 79345 NA 170 700 1,600 (X) 23,000 34,000 34,000 34,000 6.8E+7 2.4E+5 8.7E+5

9.3E+5 Tetrachloroethylene 127184 NA 100 100 1,200 (X) 21,000 2.1E+5 4.9E+5 1.1E+6 1.2E+9 (C) 88,000

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 NA 1,900 5,400 2.2E+5 (X) 2.4E+6 1.5E+7 6.7E+7 1.6E+8 1.7E+11 9.5E+6 1.2E+8

500 (M); Tetranitromethane 509148 NA ID ID NA 600 180 ID ID 2.6E+5 ID ID

Thallium (B) 7440280 NA 2,300 2,300 4,200 (X) NLV NLV NLV NLV 5.9E+6 1.3E+5 NA

1.6E+8 Toluene (I) 108883 NA 16,000 16,000 5,400 6.1E+5 (C) 3.3E+6 3.6E+7 3.6E+7 1.2E+10 (C) 2.5E+5

660 (M); p-Toluidine 106490 NA 300 1,200 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+8 4.3E+5 1.2E+6

Toxaphene 8001352 NA 24,000 24,000 8,200 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.2E+7 85,000 NA

Triallate 2303175 NA 95,000 2.7E+5 (C) NA ID ID ID ID ID 9.5E+6 2.5E+5

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(C)

Tributylamine 102829 NA 7,800 23,000 ID 1.1E+6 7.2E+5 7.2E+5 7.2E+5 2.1E+8 2.6E+6 3.7E+6

1,2,4- 5.8E+6 Trichlorobenzene 120821 NA 4,200 4,200 5,900 (X) 1.8E+7 (C) 3.4E+7 3.4E+7 3.4E+7 1.1E+10 (C,DD) 1.1E+6

1,1,1- 1.0E+9 Trichloroethane 71556 NA 4,000 4,000 1,800 4.6E+5 4.5E+6 1.5E+7 3.1E+7 2.9E+10 (C,D) 4.6E+5

1,1,2- Trichloroethane 79005 NA 100 100 6,600 (X) 24,000 57,000 57,000 1.2E+5 2.5E+8 8.4E+5 9.2E+5

6.6E+5 Trichloroethylene 79016 NA 100 100 4,000 (X) 1,900 14,000 25,000 58,000 5.9E+7 (C,DD) 5.0E+5

Trichlorofluorometha 2.6E+8 ne 75694 NA 52,000 1.5E+5 NA 5.1E+6(C) 1.1E+8 1.4E+11 1.4E+11 1.7E+12 (C) 5.6E+5

2,4,5- Trichlorophenol 95954 NA 39,000 1.1E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.0E+10 7.3E+7 NA

2,4,6- 330 (M); Trichlorophenol 88062 NA 2,400 9,400 100 NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.3E+9 3.3E+6 NA

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS; All criteria, unless otherwise noted, are expressed in units of parts per billion (ppb). One ppb is equivalent to 1 microgram per kilogram (ug/kg). Criteria with 6 or more digits are expressed in scientific notation. For example, 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. A footnote is designated by a letter in parentheses and is explained in the footnote pages that follow the criteria tables. When the risk-based criterion is less than the target detection limit (TDL), the TDL is listed as the criterion (§324.20120a(10)). In these cases, 2 numbers are present in the cell. The first number is the criterion (i.e., TDL), and the second number is the risk-based value.

Groundwater Protection Indoor Air Ambient Air (Y) (C) Contact Csat

Infinite Source Volatile

Residenti Groundwat Soil Soil al Nonresident er Surface Volatilizati Inhalatio Finite Finite Soil

Chemic Drinking ial Drinking Water on to n VSIC for VSIC for Particula Saturation al Statewide Water Water Interface Indoor Air Criteria 5 Meter 2 Meter te Soil Direct Concentrati

Abstract Default Protectio Protection Protection Inhalation (VSIC) Source Source Inhalatio Contact on Service Backgrou n Criteria Criteria & Criteria & Criteria & & Thickne Thickne n Criteria Criteria & Screening

Hazardous Substance Number nd Levels & RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs RBSLs ss ss & RBSLs RBSLs Levels

4.2E+6 1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96184 NA 840 2,400 NA 7,500 11,000 11,000 12,000 8.8E+6 (C) 8.3E+5

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2- 9.0E+6 1.0E+9 trifluoroethane 76131 NA (C) 9.0E+6 (C) 1,700 9.3E+6 (C) 2.1E+8 8.9E+8 2.1E+9 2.3E+12 (C,D) 5.5E+5

3.6E+8 Triethanolamine 102716 NA 74,000 2.0E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV 1.5E+9 (C) 1.1E+8

2.3E+8 Triethylene glycol 112276 NA 86,000 2.4E+5 (C) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C,DD) 1.1E+5

3-Trifluoromethyl-4- 2.4E+8 nitrophenol 88302 NA 1.1E+5 3.1E+5 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

Trifluralin 1582098 NA 1.9E+5 5.7E+5 NA ID ID ID ID ID 5.7E+6 NA

2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 540841 NA ID ID NA 2.0E+5 (C) 6.3E+6 4.0E+7 9.6E+7 1.0E+11 ID 19,000

2,4,4-Trimethyl-2- pentene (I) 107404 NA ID ID NA ID ID ID ID ID ID 56,000

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 1.0E+8 (I) 95636 NA 2,100 2,100 570 8.0E+6 (C) 2.5E+7 6.0E+8 6.0E+8 3.6E+10 (C) 1.1E+5

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 1.0E+8 (I) 108678 NA 1,800 1,800 1,100 4.8E+6 (C) 1.9E+7 4.6E+8 4.6E+8 3.6E+10 (C) 94,000

1.5E+6 1.2E+8 Triphenyl phosphate 115866 NA (C) 1.8E+6 (C) NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (C) 1.1E+5

tris(2,3- Dibromopropyl)phosph ate 126727 NA 930 930 ID 4.3E+5 (C) 60,000 60,000 60,000 7.4E+6 20,000 27,000

Urea 57136 NA ID ID NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID ID NA

5.5E+6 Vanadium 7440622 NA 72,000 9.9E+5 4.3E+5 NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

3.4E+7 Vinyl acetate (I) 108054 NA 13,000 36,000 NA 1.5E+6 2.0E+6 2.7E+6 5.9E+6 5.9E+9 (C,DD) 2.4E+6

Vinyl chloride 75014 NA 40 40 260 (X) 2,800 29,000 1.7E+5 4.2E+5 8.9E+8 34,000 4.9E+5

1218510 17,000 White phosphorus (R) 3 NA 2.2 6 NA NLV NLV NLV NLV ID (DD) NA

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Xylenes (I) 1330207 NA 5,600 5,600 820 1.2E+7 (C) 5.4E+7 6.5E+7 1.3E+8 1.3E+11 (C,D) 1.5E+5

Zinc (B) 7440666 47,000 2.4E+6 5.0E+6 (G) NLV NLV NLV NLV ID 6.3E+8 NA

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R 299.49 Footnotes for generic cleanup criteria tables.

Rule 49. (1) The footnotes that apply to the generic criteria tables in R 299.44, R

299.46, and R 299.48 are as follows:

(A) Criterion is the state of Michigan drinking water standard established pursuant to

Section 5 of 1976 PA 399, MCL 325.1005.

(B) Background, as defined in R 299.1(b), may be substituted if higher than the

calculated cleanup criterion. Background levels may be less than criteria for

some inorganic compounds.

(C) The criterion developed under R 299.20 to R 299.26 exceeds the chemical-

specific soil saturation screening level (Csat). The person proposing or

implementing response activity shall document whether additional response

activity is required to control free-phase liquids or NAPL to protect against risks

associated with free-phase liquids by using methods appropriate for the free-phase

liquids present. Development of a site-specific Csat or methods presented in R

299.22, R 299.24(5), and R 299.26(8) may be conducted for the relevant

exposure pathways.

(D) Calculated criterion exceeds 100 percent, hence it is reduced to 100 percent or

1.0E+9 parts per billion (ppb).

(E) Criterion is the aesthetic drinking water value, as required by Section 20120a(5)

of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, MCL

324.20120a(5), as amended (NREPA). A notice of aesthetic impact may be

employed as an institutional control mechanism if groundwater concentrations

exceed the aesthetic drinking water criterion, but do not exceed the applicable

health-based drinking water value provided in the following table:

Non- Residential

Residential Chemical Health-

Health- Hazardous Substance Abstract Based

Based Service Drinking

Drinking Number Water

Water Value

Value

Aluminum 7429905 300 4,100

tertiary Amyl methyl ether 994058 910 2,600

Copper 7440508 1,400 4,000

Diethyl ether 60297 3,700 10,000

Ethylbenzene 100414 700 700

Iron 7439896 2,000 5,600

Manganese 7439965 860 2,500

Methyl-tert-butyl ether 1634044 240 690

(MTBE)

Toluene 108883 1,000 1,000

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 95636 1,000 2,900

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 108678 1,000 2,900

Xylenes 1330207 10,000 10,000

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(F) Criterion is based on adverse impacts to plant life and phytotoxicity.

(G) Groundwater surface water interface (GSI) criterion depends on the pH or water

hardness, or both, of the receiving surface water. The final chronic value (FCV)

for the protection of aquatic life shall be calculated based on the pH or hardness

of the receiving surface water. Where water hardness exceeds 400 mg CaCO3/L,

use 400 mg CaCO3/L for the FCV calculation. The FCV formula provides values

in units of ug/L or ppb. The generic GSI criterion is the lesser of the calculated

FCV, the wildlife value (WV), and the surface water human non-drinking water

value (HNDV). The soil GSI protection criteria for these hazardous substances

are the greater of the 20 times the GSI criterion or the GSI soil-water partition

values using the GSI criteria developed with the procedure described in this

footnote.

Hazardous FCV Formula FCV Conversion WV HNDV

Substance ug/L Factor (CF) ug/L ug/L

Acetate EXP(0.2732*(pH) + 7.0362) NA NA 1.3E+6

Acetic Acid EXP(0.2732*(pH) + 7.0362) NA NA 1.3E+6

Barium EXP(1.0629*(LnH)+1.1869) NA NA 1.6E+5

Beryllium EXP(2.5279*(LnH)-10.7689) NA NA 1,200

1.101672- Cadmium (EXP(0.7852*(LnH)-2.715))*CF NA 130

((LnH)*(0.041838))

Chromium (III)  (EXP(0.819*(LnH)+0.6848))*CF 0.86 NA 9,400

(EXP(0.8545*(LnH)-1.702)) Copper 0.96 NA 38,000

*CF

 1.46203-Lead (EXP(0.9859*(LnH)-1.270))*CF NA 190 ((LnH)*(0.14571))

Manganese EXP(0.8784*(LnH)+3.5385) NA NA 59,000

Nickel (EXP(0.846*(LnH)+0.0584))*CF 0.997 NA 2.1E+5

Pentachlorophenol EXP(1.005*(pH)-5.134) NA NA 2.8

Zinc (EXP(0.8473*(LnH)+0.884))*CF 0.986 NA 16,000

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where,

EXP(x) = The base of the natural logarithm raised to power x

(ex).

LnH = The natural logarithm of water hardness in mg

CaCO3/L.

* = The multiplication symbol.  = The GSI criterion developed here may not be

protective for surface water that is used as a

drinking water source. Refer to footnote (X) for

further guidance.

A spreadsheet that may be used to calculate GSI and GSI protection criteria for

(G)-footnoted hazardous substances is available on the Department of

Environmental Quality (DEQ) internet web site.

(H) Valence-specific chromium data (Cr III and Cr VI) shall be compared to the

corresponding valence-specific cleanup criteria. If both Cr III and Cr VI are

present in groundwater, the total concentration of both cannot exceed the drinking

water criterion of 100 ug/L. If analytical data are provided for total chromium

only, they shall be compared to the cleanup criteria for Cr VI. Cr III soil cleanup

criterion for protection of drinking water can only be used at sites where

groundwater is prevented from being used as a public water supply, currently and

in the future, through an approved land or resource use restriction.

(I) Hazardous substance may exhibit the characteristic of ignitability as defined in 40

C.F.R. §261.21 (revised as of July 1, 2001), which is adopted by reference in

these rules and is available for inspection at the DEQ, 525 West Allegan Street,

Lansing, Michigan. Copies of the regulation may be purchased, at a cost as of the

time of adoption of these rules of $45, from the Superintendent of Documents,

Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20401 (stock number 869-044-

00155-1), or from the DEQ, Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD),

525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan 48933, at cost.

(J) Hazardous substance may be present in several isomer forms. Isomer-specific

concentrations shall be added together for comparison to criteria.

(K) Hazardous substance may be flammable or explosive, or both.

(L) Criteria for lead are derived using a biologically based model, as allowed for

under Sections 20120a(9) of the NREPA, and are not calculated using the

algorithms and assumptions specified in pathway-specific rules. The generic

residential drinking water criterion of 4 ug/L is linked to the generic residential

soil direct contact criterion of 400 mg/kg. A higher concentration in the drinking

water, up to the state action level of 15 ug/L, may be allowed as a site-specific

remedy and still allow for drinking water use, under Section 20120a(2) and

20120b of the NREPA if soil concentrations are appropriately lower than 400

mg/kg. If a site-specific criterion is approved based on this subdivision, a notice

shall be filed on the deed for all property where the groundwater concentrations

will exceed 4 ug/L to provide notice of the potential for unacceptable risk if soil

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or groundwater concentrations increase. Acceptable combinations of site-specific

soil and drinking water concentrations are presented in the following table:

Acceptable Combinations of Lead in Drinking Water and Soil

Drinking Water Soil Concentration

Concentration (mg/kg)

(ug/L)

5 386-395

6 376-385

7 376-385

8 366-375

9 356-365

10 346-355

11 336-345

12 336-345

13 326-335

14 316-325

15 306-315

(M) Calculated criterion is below the analytical target detection limit, therefore, the

criterion defaults to the target detection limit.

(N) The concentrations of all potential sources of nitrate-nitrogen (e.g., ammonia-N,

nitrite-N, nitrate-N) in groundwater that is used as a source of drinking water shall

not, when added together, exceed the nitrate drinking water criterion of 10,000

ug/L. Where leaching to groundwater is a relevant pathway, soil concentrations

of all potential sources of nitrate-nitrogen shall not, when added together, exceed

the nitrate drinking water protection criterion of 2.0E+5 ug/kg.

(O) The concentration of all polychlorinated and polybrominated dibenzodioxin and

dibenzofuran isomers present at a facility, expressed as an equivalent

concentration of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin based upon their relative

potency, shall be added together and compared to the criteria for 2,3,7,8-

tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. The generic cleanup criteria for 2,3,7,8-

tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin are not calculated according to the algorithms

presented in R 299.14 to R 299.26. The generic cleanup criteria are being held at

the values that the DEQ has used since August 1998, in recognition of the fact

that national efforts to reassess risks posed by dioxin are not yet complete. Until

these studies are complete, it is premature to select a revised slope factor and/or

reference dose for calculation of generic cleanup criteria.

(P) Amenable cyanide methods or method OIA-1677 shall be used to quantify

cyanide concentrations for compliance with all groundwater criteria. Total

cyanide methods or method OIA-1677 shall be used to quantify cyanide

concentrations for compliance with soil criteria. Nonresidential direct contact

criteria may not be protective of the potential for release of hydrogen cyanide gas.

Additional land or resource use restrictions may be necessary to protect for the

acute inhalation concerns associated with hydrogen cyanide gas.

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(Q) Criteria for carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons were developed using

relative potential potencies to benzo(a)pyrene.

(R) Hazardous substance may exhibit the characteristic of reactivity as defined in 40

C.F.R. §261.23 (revised as of July 1, 2001), which is adopted by reference in

these rules and is available for inspection at the DEQ, 525 West Allegan Street,

Lansing, Michigan. Copies of the regulation may be purchased, at a cost as of the

time of adoption of these rules of $45, from the Superintendent of Documents,

Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20401 (stock number 869-044-

00155-1), or from the DEQ, RRD, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan

48933, at cost.

(S) Criterion defaults to the hazardous substance-specific water solubility limit.

(T) Refer to the federal Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), 40 C.F.R. §761,

Subpart D and 40 C.F.R. §761, Subpart G, to determine the applicability of TSCA

cleanup standards. Subpart D and Subpart G of 40 C.F.R. §761 (July 1, 2001) are

adopted by reference in these rules and are available for inspection at the DEQ,

525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan. Copies of the regulations may be

purchased, at a cost as of the time of adoption of these rules of $55, from the

Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC

20401, or from the DEQ, RRD, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan

48933, at cost. Alternatives to compliance with the TSCA standards listed below

are possible under 40 C.F.R. §761 Subpart D. New releases may be subject to the

standards identified in 40 C.F.R. §761, Subpart G. Use Part 201 soil direct

contact cleanup criteria in the following table if TSCA standards are not

applicable.

Part 201

Soil

TSCA, Subpart D Direct

Cleanup Standards Contact Land Use Category

Cleanup

Criteria

1,000 ppb, or Residential 4,000 ppb

10,000 ppb if capped

1,000 ppb, or 16,000 Nonresidential

10,000 ppb if capped ppb

(U) Hazardous substance may exhibit the characteristic of corrosivity as defined in 40

C.F.R. §261.22 (revised as of July 1, 2001), which is adopted by reference in

these rules and is available for inspection at the DEQ, 525 West Allegan Street,

Lansing, Michigan. Copies of the regulation may be purchased, at a cost as of the

time of adoption of these rules of $45, from the Superintendent of Documents,

Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20401 (stock number 869-044-

00155-1), or from the DEQ, RRD, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan

48933, at cost.

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(V) Criterion is the aesthetic drinking water value as required by Section 20120(a)(5)

of the NREPA. Concentrations up to 200 ug/L may be acceptable, and still allow

for drinking water use, as part of a site-specific cleanup under Section 20120a(2)

and 20120b of the NREPA.

(W) Concentrations of trihalomethanes in groundwater shall be added together to

determine compliance with the Michigan drinking water standard of 80 ug/L.

Concentrations of trihalomethanes in soil shall be added together to determine

compliance with the drinking water protection criterion of 1,600 ug/kg.

(X) The GSI criterion shown in the generic cleanup criteria tables is not protective for

surface water that is used as a drinking water source. For a groundwater

discharge to the Great Lakes and their connecting waters or discharge in close

proximity to a water supply intake in inland surface waters, the generic GSI

criterion shall be the surface water human drinking water value (HDV) listed in

the table in this footnote, except for those HDV indicated with an asterisk. For

HDV with an asterisk, the generic GSI criterion shall be the lowest of the HDV,

the WV, and the calculated FCV. See formulas in footnote (G). Soil protection

criteria based on the HDV shall be as listed in the table in this footnote, except for

those values with an asterisk. Soil GSI protection criteria based on the HDV shall

be as listed in the table in this footnote, except for those values with an asterisk.

Soil GSI protection criteria for compounds with an asterisk shall be the greater of

20 times the GSI criterion or the GSI soil-water partition values using the GSI

criteria developed with the procedure described in this footnote.

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Surface Water Soil GSI

Human Chemical Protection

Drinking Abstract Criteria

Water Values Hazardous Substance Service for HDV

(HDV) Number (ug/kg)

(ug/L)

Acrylamide 79061 0.5 (M); 0.12 10

Alachlor 15972608 3.5 88

Antimony 7440360 2.0 (M); 1.7 1,200

Benzene 71432 12 240

Boron 7440428 4,000 80,000

Bromate 15541454 10 (M); 0.5 200

n-Butanol 71363 3,500 70,000

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 6.9 13,000

Cadmium 7440439 2.5* *

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 5.6 110

Chloride 16887006 50,000 1.0E+6

Chloroethane 75003 170 3,400

Chromium (III) 16065831 120* *

Cyanazine 21725462 2.0 (M); 0.93 200 (M); 40

1,2-Dichloroethane 107062 6.0 120

trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156605 470 9,400

1,2-Dichloropropane 78875 9.1 180

1,3-Dichloropropene 542756 3.3 100 (M); 66

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 127195 700 14,000

1,4-Dioxane 123911 34 680

Ethylene dibromide 106934 0.17 20 (M); 3.4

Ethylene glycol 107211 56,000 1.1E+6

Hexachloroethane 67721 5.3 310

Isophorone 78591 310 6,200

Isopropyl alcohol 67630 28,000 5.6E+5

Lead 7439921 14* *

Manganese 7439965 1,300* *

Methanol 67561 14,000 2.8E+5

Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 1634044 100 2,000

Methylene chloride 75092 47 940

Molybdenum 7439987 120 2,400

Nitrobenzene 98953 4.7 330 (M); 94

Pentachlorophenol 87865 1.8* *

Styrene 100425 20 530

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 2.8 3,300

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 3.2 64

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 11 220

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 350 7,000

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Surface Water Soil GSI

Human Chemical Protection

Drinking Abstract Criteria

Water Values Hazardous Substance Service for HDV

(HDV) Number (ug/kg)

(ug/L)

Thallium 7440280 2.0 (M); 1.2 1,400

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 80 4,700

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 12 240

Trichloroethylene 79016 29 580

Vinyl chloride 75014 1.0 (M); 0.25 40 (M); 20

(Y) Source size modifiers shown in the following table shall be used to determine soil

inhalation criteria for ambient air when the source size is not one-half acre. The

modifier shall be multiplied by the generic soil inhalation criteria shown in the

table of generic cleanup criteria to determine the applicable criterion. See

Footnote (C).

Source Size

sq. feet or acres Modifier

400 sq feet 3.17

1000 sq feet 2.2

2000 sq feet 1.76

1/4 acre 1.15

1/2 acre 1

1 acre 0.87

2 acre 0.77

5 acre 0.66

10 acre 0.6

32 acre 0.5

100 acre 0.43

(Z) Mercury is typically measured as total mercury. The generic cleanup criteria,

however, are based on data for different species of mercury. Specifically, data for

elemental mercury, chemical abstract service (CAS) number 7439976, serve as

the basis for the soil volatilization to indoor air criteria, groundwater volatilization

to indoor air, and soil inhalation criteria. Data for methyl mercury, CAS number

22967926, serve as the basis for the GSI criterion; and data for mercuric chloride,

CAS number 7487947, serve as the basis for the drinking water, groundwater

contact, soil direct contact, and the groundwater protection criteria. Comparison

to criteria shall be based on species-specific analytical data only if sufficient

facility characterization has been conducted to rule out the presence of other

species of mercury.

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(AA) Use 10,000 ug/l where groundwater enters a structure through the use of a water

well, sump or other device. Use 28,000 ug/l for all other uses.

(BB) The state drinking water standard for asbestos (fibers greater than 10 micrometers

in length) is in units of a million fibers per liter of water (MFL). Soil

concentrations of asbestos are determined by polarized light microscopy.

(CC) Groundwater: The generic GSI criteria are based on the toxicity of unionized

ammonia (NH3); the criteria are 29 ug/L and 53 ug/L for cold water and warm

water surface water, respectively. As a result, the GSI criterion shall be compared

to the percent of the total ammonia concentration in the groundwater that will

become NH3 in the surface water. This percent NH3 is a function of the pH and

temperature of the receiving surface water and can be estimated using the

following table, taken from Emerson, et al., (Journal of the Fisheries Research

Board of Canada, Volume 32(12):2382, 1975).

Percent NH3 in Aqueous Ammonia Solutions for 0-30 oC and pH 6-10

pH

Temp Temp

(oF) (oC) 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0

32.0 0 0.00827 0.0261 0.0826 0.261 0.820 2.55 7.64 20.7 45.3

33.8 1 0.00899 0.0284 0.0898 0.284 0.891 2.77 8.25 22.1 47.3

35.6 2 0.00977 0.0309 0.0977 0.308 0.968 3.00 8.90 23.6 49.4

37.4 3 0.0106 0.0336 0.106 0.335 1.05 3.25 9.60 25.1 51.5

pH

Temp Temp

(oF) (oC) 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0

39.2 4 0.0115 0.0364 0.115 0.363 1.14 3.52 10.3 26.7 53.5

41.0 5 0.0125 0.0395 0.125 0.394 1.23 3.80 11.1 28.3 55.6

42.8 6 0.0136 0.0429 0.135 0.427 1.34 4.11 11.9 30.0 57.6

44.6 7 0.0147 0.0464 0.147 0.462 1.45 4.44 12.8 31.7 59.5

46.4 8 0.0159 0.0503 0.159 0.501 1.57 4.79 13.7 33.5 61.4

48.2 9 0.0172 0.0544 0.172 0.542 1.69 5.16 14.7 35.3 63.3

50.0 10 0.0186 0.0589 0.186 0.586 1.83 5.56 15.7 37.1 65.1

51.8 11 0.0201 0.0637 0.201 0.633 1.97 5.99 16.8 38.9 66.8

53.6 12 0.0218 0.0688 0.217 0.684 2.13 6.44 17.9 40.8 68.5

55.4 13 0.0235 0.0743 0.235 0.738 2.30 6.92 19.0 42.6 70.2

57.2 14 0.0254 0.0802 0.253 0.796 2.48 7.43 20.2 44.5 71.7

59.0 15 0.0274 0.0865 0.273 0.859 2.67 7.97 21.5 46.4 73.3

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60.8 16 0.0295 0.0933 0.294 0.925 2.87 8.54 22.8 48.3 74.7

62.6 17 0.0318 0.101 0.317 0.996 3.08 9.14 24.1 50.2 76.1

64.4 18 0.0343 0.108 0.342 1.07 3.31 9.78 25.5 52.0 77.4

66.2 19 0.0369 0.117 0.368 1.15 3.56 10.5 27.0 53.9 78.7

68.0 20 0.0397 0.125 0.396 1.24 3.82 11.2 28.4 55.7 79.9

69.8 21 0.0427 0.135 0.425 1.33 4.10 11.9 29.9 57.5 81.0

71.6 22 0.0459 0.145 0.457 1.43 4.39 12.7 31.5 59.2 82.1

73.4 23 0.0493 0.156 0.491 1.54 4.70 13.5 33.0 60.9 83.2

75.2 24 0.0530 0.167 0.527 1.65 5.03 14.4 34.6 62.6 84.1

77.0 25 0.0569 0.180 0.566 1.77 5.38 15.3 36.3 64.3 85.1

78.8 26 0.0610 0.193 0.607 1.89 5.75 16.2 37.9 65.9 85.9

80.6 27 0.0654 0.207 0.651 2.03 6.15 17.2 39.6 67.4 86.8

82.4 28 0.0701 0.221 0.697 2.17 6.56 18.2 41.2 68.9 87.3

84.2 29 0.0752 0.237 0.747 2.32 7.00 19.2 42.9 70.4 88.3

86.0 30 0.0805 0.254 0.799 2.48 7.46 20.3 44.6 71.8 89.0

The generic approach for estimating NH3 assumes a default pH of 8 and default

temperatures of 68F and 85F for cold water and warm water surface water,

respectively. The resulting percent NH3 is 3.8 percent and 7.2 percent for cold

water and warm water, respectively. This default percentage shall be multiplied

by the total ammonia-nitrogen (NH3-N) concentration in the groundwater and the

resulting NH3 concentration compared to the applicable GSI criterion. As an

alternative, the maximum pH and temperature data from the specific receiving

surface water can be used to estimate, from the table in this footnote, a lower

percent unionized ammonia concentration for comparison to the generic GSI.

Soil: The generic soil GSI protection criteria for unionized ammonia are 580

ug/kg and 1,100 ug/kg for cold water and warm water surface water, respectively.

(DD) Hazardous substance causes developmental effects. Residential direct contact

criteria are protective of both prenatal and postnatal exposure. Nonresidential

direct contact criteria are protective for a pregnant adult receptor.

(EE) The following are applicable generic GSI criteria as required by Section 20120e

of the NREPA.

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Hazardous Substance GSI Notes

(ug/L)

Phosphorus 1,000 Criteria applicable unless receiving water

is a surface water that has a phosphorus

waste load allocation or is an inland lake.

In those cases, contact the department for

applicable values.

Total dissolved solids 5.0E+5 If TDS data are not available, the TDS

(TDS) criterion may be used a screening level

for the sum of the concentrations of the

following substances:

calcium, chlorides, iron,

magnesium,

potassium, sodium, sulfate.

Dissolved Oxygen Since a low level of DO can be harmful

(DO):  7,000 to aquatic life, the criterion represents a

Cold receiving waters  5,000 minimum level that on-site samples must

Warm receiving waters exceed. This is in contrast to other

criteria which represent “not to exceed”

concentrations. DO criteria are not

applicable if groundwater Carbonaceous

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (CBOD) is

less than 10,000 ug/L and groundwater

ammonia concentration is less than 2,000

ug/L.

(FF) The chloride GSI criterion shall be 125 mg/l when the discharge is to surface

waters of the state designated as public water supply sources or 50 mg/l when the

discharge is to the Great Lakes or connecting waters. Chloride GSI criteria shall

not apply for surface waters of the state that are not designated as a public water

supply source, however, the total dissolved solids criterion is applicable.

(GG) Risk-based criteria are not available for methane due to insufficient toxicity data.

An acceptable soil gas concentration (presented for both residential and

nonresidential land uses) was derived utilizing 25 percent of the lower explosive

level for methane. This equates to 1.25 percent or 8.4E+6 ug/m3.

(HH) The residential criterion for sodium is 230,000 ug/l in accordance with the

Sodium Advisory Council recommendation and revised Groundwater Discharge

Standards.

(II) The residential drinking water criterion for 1,4-dioxane is not calculated using the

equations of R 299.10 or the toxicological and chemical-physical data as shown in

table 4 of R 299.50. The drinking water criterion is calculated using the United

States Environmental Protection Agency’s (U.S. EPA) “Toxicological Review of

1,4-Dioxane,” EPA/635/R-11/003F, September 2013, and the department’s

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residential exposure algorithms to protect both children and adults from unsafe

levels of the chemical. A copy of the U.S. EPA’s “Toxicological Review of 1,4-

dioxane,” may be obtained on the U.S. EPA website, www.epa.gov, free of

charge as of the time of adoption of these rules. A copy of the department’s

residential exposure algorithms may be obtained without charge from the DEQ,

RRD, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, Michigan 48933.

“ID” means insufficient data to develop criterion.

“NA” means a criterion or value is not available or, in the case of background and CAS

numbers, not applicable.

“NLL” means hazardous substance is not likely to leach under most soil conditions.

“NLV” means hazardous substance is not likely to volatilize under most conditions.

History: 2013 AACS; 2017 AACS.

R 299.50 Toxicological and chemical-physical properties.

Rule 50. (1) The toxicological and chemical-physical properties used to calculate

generic shall be as shown in table 4, except as provided in section 20120a(9) of the act, R

299.49(1)(l) and R 299.49(1)(o).

(2) Abbreviations used in table 4 have the following meanings when used in this rule:

(a) “NA” means not available.

(b) “NR” means not relevant.

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TABLE 4. TOXICOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL-PHYSICAL DATA FOR PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Chronic Relative Log Chemical Occupational Relative Soil Organic Carbon-

Oral Inhalation Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol- Hazardous Abstract Oral Slope Short Term Source Water Partition

Reference Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water Substance Service Factor Exposure Contribution Coefficients for

Dose Concentratio Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition Number Level for Soil Organic Compounds

n Water Coefficient

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Acenaphthene 83329 1.80E-01 NA 2.10E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.92 7,140

Acenaphthylene 208968 7.10E-03 NA 3.50E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.6 3,460

Acetaldehyde (I) 75070 1.30E-01 NA 9.00E+00 2.20E-06 4.50E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.367 0.613

Acetate 71501 5.70E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 NA NA NA NA NA

Acetic acid 64197 5.70E-01 NA 2.50E+02 NA 3.70E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.23 0.595

Acetone (I) 67641 1.00E-01 NA 5.90E+03 NA 1.70E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.24 0.581

Acetonitrile 75058 1.90E-02 NA 6.00E+01 NA 1.01E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.337 0.648

Acetophenone 98862 2.10E-01 NA 4.90E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.6 37.4

Acrolein (I) 107028 1.60E-02 NA 2.00E-02 NA 6.90E+02 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.01 1.18

Acrylamide 79061 2.00E-04 2.80E+00 6 1.30E-03 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.96 0.114

Acrylic acid 79107 5.30E-01 NA 1.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.35 2.21

Acrylonitrile (I) 107131 NA 3.30E-01 2.00E+00 6.80E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.255 1.78

Alachlor 15972608 1.00E-02 9.60E-02 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 3.52 734

Aldicarb 116063 1.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.1 12.1

Aldicarb sulfone 1646884 1.10E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.57 0.275

Aldicarb sulfoxide 1646873 1.30E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.67 0.22

Aldrin 309002 2.50E-05 8.70E+00 NA 4.90E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.5 2.45E+06

Aluminum (B) 7429905 3.30E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Ammonia 7664417 NA NA 1.00E+02 NA 2.40E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 NA NA

t-Amyl methyl ether 994058 1.30E-01 NA 6.20E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.73 28.1

(TAME)

Aniline 62533 NA 1.60E-02 1.00E+00 1.60E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.978 9.15

Anthracene 120127 1.00E+00 NA 1.00E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.55 29,700

Antimony 7440360 3.50E-04 NA 2.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Arsenic 7440382 2.70E-04 1.50E+00 NA 4.30E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.03 1 NR NR

Asbestos (BB) 1332214 NA NA NA 4.60E-02 NA 1 1 0 1 NR NR

Atrazine 1912249 3.50E-02 7.40E-02 NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.7 451

Azobenzene 103333 NA 3.70E-02 NA 3.10E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.82 5,690

Barium (B) 7440393 7.00E-02 NA 5.00E+00 NA NA 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Henry's Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Acenaphthene 83329 NR NR 1.55E-04 0.0421 7.69E-06 NA NA 4,240 Solid 154.2

Acenaphthylene 208968 NR NR 1.48E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 3,930 Solid 152.271

Acetaldehyde (I) 75070 NR NR 7.95E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 0.04 -36 1.00E+09 Liquid 44.1

Acetate 71501 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA ID NA NA

Acetic acid 64197 NR NR 1.00E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 0.04 103 6.00E+09 Liquid 60.05

Acetone (I) 67641 NR NR 3.88E-05 0.124 1.14E-05 0.025 0 1.00E+09 Liquid 58.08

Acetonitrile 75058 NR NR 2.40E-05 0.13 1.70E-05 0.03 42 2.00E+08 Liquid 41.05

Acetophenone 98862 NR NR 1.10E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6.10E+06 Liquid 120.2

Acrolein (I) 107028 NR NR 9.40E-05 0.11 1.20E-05 0.028 -15 2.10E+08 Liquid 56.06

Acrylamide 79061 NR NR 3.22E-10 0.097 1.10E-04 NA 280 2.20E+09 Solid 71.08

Acrylic acid 79107 NR NR 3.20E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 0.024 121 1.00E+09 Liquid 72.06

Acrylonitrile (I) 107131 NR NR 1.00E-04 0.12 1.30E-05 0.03 30 7.50E+07 Liquid 53.06

Alachlor 15972608 NR NR 8.32E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.83E+05 Solid 269.77

Aldicarb 116063 NR NR 4.17E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6.00E+06 Solid 190.25

Aldicarb sulfone 1646884 NR NR 3.37E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 7.80E+06 Solid 222.27

Aldicarb sulfoxide 1646873 NR NR 9.69E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.80E+07 Solid 206.27

Aldrin 309002 NR NR 1.70E-04 0.0132 4.86E-06 NA NA 180 Solid 364.9

Aluminum (B) 7429905 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 26.982

Ammonia 7664417 NR NR 3.20E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 0.15 NA 5.30E+08 Liquid 17.04

t-Amyl methyl ether (TAME) 994058 NR NR 2.68E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.64E+06 Liquid 102.18

Aniline 62533 NR NR 2.30E-06 0.07 8.30E-06 0.013 158 3.60E+07 Liquid 93.13

Anthracene 120127 NR NR 6.50E-05 0.0324 7.74E-06 NA NA 43.4 Solid 178.24

Antimony 7440360 NR 45 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 121.76

Arsenic 7440382 NR 29 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 74.922

Asbestos (BB) 1332214 NR NA NR NR NR NR NR NA Inorganic NA

Atrazine 1912249 NR NR 2.63E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 70,000 Solid 215.72

Azobenzene 103333 NR NR 1.35E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6,400 Solid 182.23

Barium (B) 7440393 NR 41 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 137.327

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Relative Log Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Soil Organic Carbon-

Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol- Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Water Partition

Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for

Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Compounds

Water Coefficient

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Benzene (I) 71432 NA 2.90E-02 30 8.30E-06 8.00E+03 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.13 58.2

Benzidine 92875 2.70E-03 2.30E+02 NA 6.70E-02 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.66 42.9

Benzo(a)anthracene (Q) 56553 NA 4.10E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 5.7 4.01E+05

Benzo(b)fluoranthene (Q) 205992 NA 4.10E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.2 1.24E+06

Benzo(k)fluoranthene (Q) 207089 NA 4.10E-02 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.2 1.24E+06

Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191242 7.10E-03 NA 1.20E+01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.7 3.86E+06

Benzo(a)pyrene (Q) 50328 NA 4.10E+00 NA 2.10E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.11 1.01E+06

Benzoic acid 65850 4.40E+00 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.86 0.6

Benzyl alcohol 100516 1.40E+00 NA 5.00E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.11 12.3

Benzyl chloride 100447 NA 1.10E-01 NA 5.00E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.3 182

Beryllium 7440417 1.50E-03 NA 2.00E-02 2.40E-03 1.00E+01 0.2 1 0 1 NR NR

bis(2-Chloroethoxy)ethane 112265 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.28 18.1

bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether (I) 111444 NA 4.20E-01 NA 3.30E-04 5.80E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.21 10.9

bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 1.90E-02 3.20E-03 NA 4.43E-06 1.00E+04 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 7.3 1.50E+07

Boron (B) 7440428 3.20E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Bromate 15541454 4.00E-03 7.00E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 0.63 NR

Bromobenzene (I) 108861 2.40E-03 NA 8.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.99 870

Bromodichloromethane 75274 1.80E-02 5.00E-02 NA 3.70E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.1 55.1

Bromoform 75252 1.80E-02 6.40E-03 NA 1.10E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.35 87

Bromomethane 74839 1.40E-03 NA 5.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.18 14.5

n-Butanol (I) 71363 1.30E-01 NA 3.50E+02 NA 1.52E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.851 5.65

2-Butanone (MEK) (I) 78933 1.80E+00 NA 1.00E+03 NA 8.85E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.279 1.99

n-Butyl acetate 123864 7.60E-02 NA 7.10E+03 NA 9.50E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.78 30.8

t-Butyl alcohol 75650 5.40E-01 NA 1.89E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.35 2.27

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 1.60E-01 NA 7.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.84 57,300

n-Butylbenzene 104518 1.10E-02 NA 30 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.38 20,200

sec-Butylbenzene 135988 1.10E-02 NA 6.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.57 31,100

t-Butylbenzene (I) 98066 1.10E-02 NA 10 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.11 11,000

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Benzene (I) 71432 NR NR 5.55E-03 0.088 9.80E-06 0.012 12 1.75E+06 Liquid 78.11

Benzidine 92875 NR NR 3.90E-11 0.08 1.50E-05 NA NA 5.20E+05 Solid 184.24

Benzo(a)anthracene (Q) 56553 NR NR 3.35E-06 0.051 9.00E-06 NA NA 9.4 Solid 228.3

Benzo(b)fluoranthene (Q) 205992 NR NR 1.11E-04 0.0226 5.56E-06 NA NA 1.5 Solid 252.32

Benzo(k)fluoranthene (Q) 207089 NR NR 8.29E-07 0.0226 5.56E-06 NA NA 0.8 Solid 252.32

Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191242 NR NR 5.34E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 0.26 Solid 276.34

Benzo(a)pyrene (Q) 50328 NR NR 1.13E-06 0.043 9.00E-06 NA NA 1.62 Solid 252.32

Benzoic acid 65850 0.6 NR 1.54E-06 0.0536 7.97E-06 NA NA 3.50E+06 Solid 122.1

Benzyl alcohol 100516 NR NR 3.90E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.40E+07 Liquid 108.13

Benzyl chloride 100447 NR NR 4.00E-04 0.075 7.80E-06 0.011 153 4.90E+05 Liquid 126.58

Beryllium 7440417 NR 790 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 9.012

bis(2-Chloroethoxy)ethane 112265 NR NR 7.81E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.89E+07 Liquid 187.07

bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether (I) 111444 NR NR 1.80E-05 0.0692 7.53E-06 0.027 131 1.72E+07 Liquid 143.01

bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 NR NR 1.02E-07 0.0351 3.66E-06 NA 420 340 Liquid 390.57

Boron (B) 7440428 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 10.811

Bromate 15541454 NR NA 1.00E+00 NR NR NA NA 38,000 Solid 79.9

Bromobenzene (I) 108861 NR NR 4.74E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.13E+05 Liquid 157.015

Bromodichloromethane 75274 NR NR 1.60E-03 0.0298 1.06E-05 NA NA 6.74E+06 Liquid 163.8

Bromoform 75252 NR NR 5.35E-04 0.0149 1.03E-05 NA NA 3.10E+06 Liquid 252.8

Bromomethane 74839 NR NR 1.42E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 0.1 NA 1.45E+07 Liquid 94.94

n-Butanol (I) 71363 NR NR 8.81E-06 0.08 9.60E-06 0.014 84 7.40E+07 Liquid 74.14

2-Butanone (MEK) (I) 78933 NR NR 3.60E-05 0.081 9.80E-06 NA 16 2.40E+08 Liquid 72.1

n-Butyl acetate 123864 NR NR 3.20E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 0.017 72 6.70E+06 Liquid 116.16

t-Butyl alcohol 75650 NR NR 1.17E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 0.024 52 1.00E+09 Liquid 74.12

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 NR NR 1.26E-06 0.0174 4.83E-06 NA NA 2,690 Liquid 312.37

n-Butylbenzene 104518 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 134.22

sec-Butylbenzene 135988 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 134.22

t-Butylbenzene (I) 98066 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 134.22

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Relative Log Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Soil Organic Carbon-

Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol- Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Water Partition

Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for

Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Compounds

Water Coefficient

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Cadmium (B) 7440439 1.00E-03 NA NA 1.80E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.001 1 NR NR

Camphene (I) 79925 NA NA 80 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.53 2,950

Caprolactam 105602 8.00E-01 NA 1.00E+01 NA 4.60E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.19 0.65

Carbaryl 63252 9.60E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.4 229

Carbazole 86748 NA 1.00E-02 NA 5.00E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.59 3,380

Carbofuran 1563662 5.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.6 37.4

Carbon disulfide (I,R) 75150 1.10E-01 NA 7.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2 45.9

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 7.10E-04 5.50E-02 100 2.36E-05 6.30E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.73 174

Chlordane (J) 57749 1.50E-03 3.50E-01 7.00E-01 1.00E-04 NA 0.2 0.5 0.04 1 6.32 1.21E+05

Chloride 16887006 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Chlorobenzene (I) 108907 1.90E-02 NA 7.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.86 220

p-Chlorobenzene sulfonic 98668 1.00E+00 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.52 4.64E-01

acid

1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane 75683 2.10E+00 NA 5.00E+04 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.81 32.5

Chloroethane 75003 1.80E+01 2.00E-03 1.00E+04 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.4 23.8

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.07 8.43

Chloroform 67663 1.30E-02 4.40E-03 NA 2.40E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.92 39.7

Chloromethane (I) 74873 NA 3.30E-03 9.00E+01 6.39E-07 2.07E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.91 6.3

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 59507 2.00E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.1 1,120

beta-Chloronaphthalene 91587 2.50E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.1 10,700

2-Chlorophenol 95578 6.20E-03 NA 1.80E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.15 388

o-Chlorotoluene (I) 95498 2.00E-02 NA 7.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.42 612

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 3.00E-02 NA 2.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.3 18,900

Chromium (III) (B,H) 16065831 1.50E+00 NA 5.00E+00 NA NA 0.7 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Chromium (VI) 18540299 4.80E-03 NA 8.00E-03 1.20E-02 NA 0.7 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Chrysene (Q) 218019 NA 4.10E-03 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 5.7 4.01E+05

Cobalt 7440484 5.00E-03 NA 2.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Copper (B) 7440508 3.80E-02 NA 2.00E+00 NA NA 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Cyanazine 21725462 3.00E-03 3.70E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.2 146

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Cadmium (B) 7440439 NR 75 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 112.411

Camphene (I) 79925 NR NR 2.05E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 33,400 Solid 136.26

Caprolactam 105602 NR NR 2.53E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 0.014 282 5.25E+09 Solid 113.2

Carbaryl 63252 NR NR 6.80E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.26E+05 Solid 201.24

Carbazole 86748 NR NR 1.53E-08 0.039 7.03E-06 NA NA 7,480 Solid 167.21

Carbofuran 1563662 NR NR 3.90E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 7.00E+05 Solid 221.3

Carbon disulfide (I,R) 75150 NR NR 3.03E-02 0.104 1.00E-05 0.013 -22 1.19E+06 Liquid 76.14

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 NR NR 3.04E-02 0.078 8.80E-06 NA NA 7.93E+05 Liquid 153.92

Chlordane (J) 57749 NR NR 4.86E-05 0.0118 4.37E-06 NA NA 56 Solid 409.8

Chloride 16887006 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 35.453

Chlorobenzene (I) 108907 NR NR 3.70E-03 0.073 8.70E-06 0.013 82 4.72E+05 Liquid 112.56

p-Chlorobenzene sulfonic 98668 NR NR NA NA NA NA 226 NA Solid 192.62

acid

1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane 75683 NR NR 6.16E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 0.06 NA 3.90E+06 Gas 100.5

Chloroethane 75003 NR NR 8.80E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 0.038 -58 5.74E+06 Liquid 64.52

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 NR NR 6.25E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.50E+07 Liquid 106.55

Chloroform 67663 NR NR 3.67E-03 0.104 1.00E-05 NA NA 7.92E+06 Liquid 119.38

Chloromethane (I) 74873 NR NR 4.52E-02 0.13 6.50E-06 0.081 -60.8 6.34E+06 Liquid 50.49

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 59507 NR NR 4.00E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 3.90E+06 Solid 142.6

beta-Chloronaphthalene 91587 NR NR 3.10E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6,740 Solid 162.62

2-Chlorophenol 95578 388 NR 3.91E-04 0.0501 9.46E-06 NA NA 2.20E+07 Liquid 128.56

o-Chlorotoluene (I) 95498 NR NR 3.57E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 96 3.73E+05 Liquid 126.58

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 NR NR 7.80E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1,120 Solid 350.59

Chromium (III) (B,H) 16065831 NR 1.80E+06 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 51.996

Chromium (VI) 18540299 NR 19 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 51.996

Chrysene (Q) 218019 NR NR 9.46E-05 0.0248 6.21E-06 NA NA 1.6 Solid 228.3

Cobalt 7440484 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 58.933

Copper (B) 7440508 NR 360 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 63.546

Cyanazine 21725462 NR NR 1.00E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.70E+05 Solid 241

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Cyanide (P,R) 57125 5.40E-03 NA 5.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0 1 NA NA

Cyclohexanone 108941 4.50E+00 NA 1.00E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.81 6.26

Dacthal 1861321 1.00E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.4 21,200

Dalapon 75990 8.50E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.77 5.72

4-4'-DDD 72548 3.00E-03 9.40E-02 NA 7.00E-05 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.1 81,100

4-4'-DDE 72559 7.00E-04 2.00E-01 NA 9.70E-05 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.76 2.70E+05

4-4'-DDT 50293 5.00E-04 2.00E-01 NA 9.70E-05 NA 0.2 0.5 0.03 1 6.53 1.78E+05

Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163195 1.00E-02 NA 3.50E+01 4.00E-07 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.24 1.42E+05

Di-n-butyl phthalate 84742 1.20E-01 NA 5.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.61 34,000

Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 103231 1.70E+00 5.90E-04 NA 3.40E-07 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.11 1.01E+06

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 1.80E-02 NA 4.70E+02 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 7.51 2.41E+07

Diacetone alcohol (I) 123422 NA NA 2.40E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.34 0.464

Diazinon 333415 1.80E-04 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.4 2,200

Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene (Q) 53703 NA 4.10E+00 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.69 3.77E+06

Dibenzofuran 132649 NA NA 1.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.2 13,500

Dibromochloromethane 124481 2.10E-02 4.90E-02 NA 2.45E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.17 62.6

Dibromochloropropane 96128 NA 1.20E+00 2.00E-01 5.60E-03 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.68 431

Dibromomethane 74953 1.10E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.62 39.2

Dicamba 1918009 3.00E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 2.4 95.3

1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95501 8.60E-02 NA 1.50E+03 NA 3.01E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.43 623

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 9.00E-04 NA 3.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.5 708

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 NA 1.30E-02 8.00E+02 6.90E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.42 612

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91941 NA 8.00E-01 NA 4.80E-04 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.51 721

Dichlorodifluoromethane 75718 2.30E-01 NA 4.95E+04 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.15 60.4

1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 1.20E-01 NA 5.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.79 31.3

1,2-Dichloroethane (I) 107062 NA 5.80E-02 NA 2.60E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.47 17.5

1,1-Dichloroethylene (I) 75354 9.00E-04 NA 2.00E+02 5.00E-05 7.90E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.13 58.2

cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156592 1.10E-02 NA 3.40E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.86 35.6

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Cyanide (P,R) 57125 NR NR NR 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Inorganic 26.02

Cyclohexanone 108941 NR NR 7.80E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 146 2.30E+07 Liquid 98.14

Dacthal 1861321 NR NR 2.18E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 500 Solid 331

Dalapon 75990 NR NR 6.43E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 5.02E+08 Liquid 142.97

4-4'-DDD 72548 NR NR 4.00E-06 0.0169 4.76E-06 NA NA 90 Solid 320.05

4-4'-DDE 72559 NR NR 2.10E-05 0.0144 5.87E-06 NA NA 120 Solid 518.03

4-4'-DDT 50293 NR NR 8.10E-06 0.0137 4.95E-06 NA 162 25 Solid 354.49

Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163195 NR NR 4.02E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 30 Solid 959.22

Di-n-butyl phthalate 84742 NR NR 9.38E-10 0.0438 7.86E-06 NA 315 11,200 Liquid 278.34

Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 103231 NR NR 4.34E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 471 Liquid 370

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 NR NR 7.66E-07 0.0151 3.58E-06 NA NA 3,000 Liquid 390.62

Diacetone alcohol (I) 123422 NR NR 2.61E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 0.018 125 1.00E+09 Liquid 116.2

Diazinon 333415 NR NR 1.13E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 180 68,800 Liquid 304.3

Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene 53703 NR NR 1.47E-08 0.0202 5.18E-06 NA NA 2.49 Solid 278.36

(Q)

Dibenzofuran 132649 NR NR 1.30E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 10,000 Solid 168.21

Dibromochloromethane 124481 NR NR 7.83E-04 0.0229 1.05E-05 NA NA 2.60E+06 Liquid 208.29

Dibromochloropropane 96128 NR NR 1.90E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 170 1,230 Liquid 236.34

Dibromomethane 74953 NR NR 9.00E-04 0.08 8.60E-06 NA NA 1.10E+07 Liquid 173.85

Dicamba 1918009 NR NR 7.90E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.50E+06 Solid 221.04

1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95501 NR NR 1.90E-03 0.069 7.90E-06 0.022 151 1.56E+05 Liquid 147.01

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 NR NR 1.80E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.11E+05 Liquid 147.01

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 NR NR 2.43E-03 0.069 7.90E-06 0.025 150 73,800 Solid 147

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91941 NR NR 4.00E-09 0.0194 6.74E-06 NA NA 3,110 Solid 253.1

Dichlorodifluoromethane 75718 NR NR 2.60E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 3.00E+05 Liquid 120.91

1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 NR NR 5.62E-03 0.0742 1.05E-05 0.054 2 5.06E+06 Liquid 98.96

1,2-Dichloroethane (I) 107062 NR NR 9.79E-04 0.104 9.90E-06 0.062 56 8.52E+06 Liquid 98.97

1,1-Dichloroethylene (I) 75354 NR NR 2.61E-02 0.09 1.04E-05 0.065 -2 2.25E+06 Liquid 96.94

cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156592 NR NR 4.08E-03 0.0736 1.13E-05 0.056 36 3.50E+06 Liquid 96.94

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156605 1.70E-02 NA 7.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.07 52.2

2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline 99309 3.00E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.76 517

2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 1.00E-02 NA 7.70E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.08 147

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 94757 1.00E-02 NA 1.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.05 1 2.7 451

1,2-Dichloropropane (I) 78875 4.40E-01 3.70E-02 4.00E+00 NA 5.08E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.97 43.5

1,3-Dichloropropene 542756 3.40E-02 1.00E-01 2.00E+01 4.00E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2 45.9

Dichlorovos 62737 4.00E-04 5.20E-01 5.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.4 15.4

Dicyclohexyl phthalate 84617 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.2 1.24E+06

Dieldrin 60571 7.60E-05 8.00E+00 NA 4.60E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.37 21,400

Diethyl ether 60297 5.00E-01 NA 1.20E+04 NA 1.52E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.83 6.55

Diethyl phthalate 84662 7.50E-01 NA 5.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.5 287

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 112345 1.20E-02 NA 2.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.32 2.06

Diisopropyl ether 108203 4.10E-03 NA 3.58E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.67 25.2

Diisopropylamine (I) 108189 7.70E-04 NA 2.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.6 37.4

Dimethyl phthalate 131113 1.00E+01 NA 5.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.64 41

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 127195 2.50E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.77 0.175

N,N-Dimethylaniline 121697 2.20E-03 NA NA 1.18E-05 5.00E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.46 262

Dimethylformamide (I) 68122 9.60E-02 NA 3.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -1.01 0.102

2,4-Dimethylphenol 105679 5.00E-02 NA 7.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.36 209

2,6-Dimethylphenol 576261 6.00E-04 NA 2.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.36 209

3,4-Dimethylphenol 95658 1.40E-03 NA 3.50E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.23 156

Dimethylsulfoxide 67685 3.00E+01 NA 2.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -1.66 0.0234

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 2.00E-03 1.10E-01 2.00E+00 2.00E-04 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.01 94.6

Dinoseb 88857 1.00E-03 NA 4.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.15 1,250

1,4-Dioxane (I) 123911 NA 1.00E-02 100 5.50E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.39 0.588

Diquat 85007 2.20E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -2.82 0.00169

Dissolved oxygen (DO) NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Diuron 330541 4.30E-03 NA 7.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.77 187

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156605 NR NR 9.38E-03 0.0707 1.19E-05 0.056 36 6.30E+06 Liquid 96.94

2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline 99309 NR NR 4.67E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 7,000 Solid 207.02

2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 147 NR 3.16E-06 0.0346 8.77E-06 NA NA 4.50E+06 Liquid 163

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic 94757 NR NR 4.50E-06 0.059 6.50E-06 NA NA 6.80E+05 Solid 221.04

acid

1,2-Dichloropropane (I) 78875 NR NR 2.80E-03 0.0782 8.73E-06 0.034 60 2.80E+06 Liquid 112.99

1,3-Dichloropropene 542756 NR NR 1.77E-02 0.0626 1.00E-05 0.053 77 2.80E+06 Liquid 110.97

Dichlorovos 62737 NR NR 9.58E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 175 1.60E+07 Liquid 220.98

Dicyclohexyl phthalate 84617 NR NR 7.61E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4,000 Solid 330.43

Dieldrin 60571 NR NR 1.51E-05 0.0125 4.74E-06 NA NA 195 Solid 380.9

Diethyl ether 60297 NR NR 8.70E-04 0.074 9.30E-06 0.019 -49 6.10E+07 Liquid 74.12

Diethyl phthalate 84662 NR NR 4.50E-07 0.0256 6.35E-06 NA 322 1.08E+06 Liquid 222.23

Diethylene glycol monobutyl 112345 NR NR 1.52E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 162.23

ether

Diisopropyl ether 108203 NR NR 1.30E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 0.014 -18 8,041 Liquid 102.18

Diisopropylamine (I) 108189 NR NR 9.60E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 0.011 20 3.69E+07 Liquid 101.22

Dimethyl phthalate 131113 NR NR 5.78E-07 0.067 6.30E-06 NA 295 4.19E+06 Liquid 194.19

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 127195 NR NR 1.31E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 158 1.00E+09 Liquid 87.14

N,N-Dimethylaniline 121697 NR NR 8.12E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 142 1.27E+06 Liquid 121.18

Dimethylformamide (I) 68122 NR NR 7.39E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 136 1.00E+09 Liquid 73.1

2,4-Dimethylphenol 105679 NR NR 2.00E-06 0.0584 8.69E-06 NA NA 7.87E+06 Solid 122.16

2,6-Dimethylphenol 576261 NR NR 5.02E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6.14E+06 Solid 122.16

3,4-Dimethylphenol 95658 NR NR 3.78E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.93E+06 Solid 122.16

Dimethylsulfoxide 67685 NR NR 5.80E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.66E+08 Liquid 78.14

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 NR NR 9.26E-08 0.203 7.06E-06 NA NA 2.70E+05 Solid 183.15

Dinoseb 88857 NR NR 4.60E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 52,000 Liquid 240.2

1,4-Dioxane (I) 123911 NR NR 4.90E-06 0.23 1.00E-05 0.02 55 9.00E+08 Liquid 88.11

Diquat 85007 NR NR 1.42E-13 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 7.00E+05 Solid 344.08

Dissolved oxygen (DO) NA NR NA NR NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Diuron 330541 NR NR 2.70E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 37,300 Solid 233.1

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Endosulfan (J) 115297 6.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.1 2,110

Endothall 145733 1.70E-02 NA 3.50E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.55 0.288

Endrin 72208 1.70E-04 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.06 12,200

Epichlorohydrin (I) 106898 1.00E-03 5.90E-01 1.00E+00 1.20E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.26 1.92

Ethanol (I) 64175 6.20E+01 NA 1.90E+04 NA NA 1 1 0.1 1 -0.31 0.496

Ethyl acetate (I) 141786 9.00E-01 NA 3.20E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.69 4.77

Ethyl-tert-butyl ether (ETBE) 637923 NA NA 3.73E+02 NA NA NA 1 0.1 1 1.92 3.97

Ethylbenzene (I) 100414 9.70E-02 NA 1.00E+03 3.10E-07 5.43E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.14 367

Ethylene dibromide 106934 NA 5.70E+01 9.00E+00 2.20E-04 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.75 52.5

Ethylene glycol 107211 2.00E+00 NA 1.00E+03 NA 1.00E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 -1.4 0.0421

Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 111762 5.00E-01 NA 1.30E+04 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.83 6.55

Fluoranthene 206440 1.20E-01 NA 1.40E+02 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.12 1.08E+05

Fluorene 86737 1.20E-01 NA 1.40E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.21 13,800

Fluorine (soluble fluoride) (B) 7782414 6.00E-02 NA NA NA 3.10E+03 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Formaldehyde 50000 1.80E-01 NA 9.00E+00 1.30E-05 3.70E+02 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.051 1.09

Formic acid (I,U) 64186 1.40E+00 NA 2.00E+00 NA 1.90E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.538 0.449

1-Formylpiperidine 2591868 1.10E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 NA NA

Gentian violet 548629 1.40E-01 5.50E-02 NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.51 3.17

Glyphosate 1071836 1.00E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 -4.47 4.04E-05

Heptachlor 76448 2.30E-03 1.60E+00 NA 1.30E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.26 1.43E+06

Heptachlor epoxide 1024573 8.50E-06 2.90E+00 NA 2.60E-03 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5 82,300

n-Heptane 142825 4.40E+00 NA 3.50E+03 NA 2.05E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.72 43,700

Hexabromobenzene 87821 2.80E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.1 9.92E+05

Hexachlorobenzene (C-66) 118741 8.00E-04 1.00E+00 NA 4.60E-04 NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.89 55,300

Hexachlorobutadiene (C-46) 87683 2.00E-03 5.20E-02 NA 2.20E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.81 53,500

alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane 319846 NA 2.00E+00 NA 1.83E-03 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.8 1,220

beta-Hexachlorocyclohexane 319857 NA 9.70E-01 NA 5.30E-04 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.81 1,250

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene (C-56) 77474 6.00E-03 NA 2.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.39 1.99E+05

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive at Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC D or D or Dairi a Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Endosulfan (J) 115297 NR NR 1.12E-05 0.0115 4.55E-06 NA NA 510 Solid 406.9

Endothall 145733 NR NR 2.60E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+08 Solid 186.18

Endrin 72208 NR NR 7.52E-06 0.0125 4.74E-06 NA NA 250 Solid 380.9

Epichlorohydrin (I) 106898 NR NR 3.00E-05 0.086 9.80E-06 0.038 93 6.60E+07 Liquid 92.53

Ethanol (I) 64175 NR NR 6.29E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 0.033 55 1.00E+09 Liquid 46.07

Ethyl acetate (I) 141786 NR NR 1.70E-04 0.073 9.70E-06 0.02 24 6.40E+07 Liquid 88.12

Ethyl-tert-butyl ether (ETBE) 637923 NR NR 1.39E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 5.63E+06 Liquid 102.18

Ethylbenzene (I) 100414 NR NR 7.88E-03 0.075 7.80E-06 0.008 55 1.69E+05 Liquid 106.17

Ethylene dibromide 106934 NR NR 4.60E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.20E+06 Liquid 187.9

Ethylene glycol 107211 NR NR 6.00E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 0.032 232 1.00E+09 Liquid 62.07

Ethylene glycol monobutyl 111762 NR NR 5.13E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 143 2.24E+08 Liquid 118.2

ether

Fluoranthene 206440 NR NR 1.61E-05 0.0302 6.35E-06 NA NA 206 Solid 202.24

Fluorene 86737 NR NR 6.36E-05 0.0363 7.88E-06 NA NA 1,980 Solid 166.23

Fluorine (soluble fluoride) 7782414 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 38

(B)

Formaldehyde 50000 NR NR 2.80E-04 0.18 2.00E-05 0.07 NA 5.50E+08 Liquid 30.03

Formic acid (I,U) 64186 NR NR 2.50E-06 0.079 1.40E-06 0.18 122 1.00E+09 Liquid 46.03

1-Formylpiperidine 2591868 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 113.2

Gentian violet 548629 NR NR 3.06E-16 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+06 Solid 408

Glyphosate 1071836 NR NR 1.50E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.16E+07 Solid 169.09

Heptachlor 76448 NR NR 1.48E-03 0.0112 5.69E-06 NA NA 180 Solid 373.4

Heptachlor epoxide 1024573 NR NR 9.50E-06 0.0132 4.23E-06 NA NA 200 Solid 389.32

n-Heptane 142825 NR NR 2.11E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 0.0105 25 2,690 Liquid 100.2

Hexabromobenzene 87821 NR NR 1.30E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 0.17 Solid 551

Hexachlorobenzene (C-66) 118741 NR NR 1.32E-03 0.0542 5.91E-06 NA NA 6,200 Solid 284.78

Hexachlorobutadiene (C-46) 87683 NR NR 8.15E-03 0.0561 6.16E-06 NA NA 3,230 Liquid 260.76

alpha- 319846 NR NR 1.06E-05 0.0142 7.34E-06 NA NA 2,000 Solid 290.82

Hexachlorocyclohexane

beta- 319857 NR NR 7.43E-07 0.0142 7.34E-06 NA NA 240 Solid 290.82

Hexachlorocyclohexane

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77474 NR NR 2.70E-02 0.0161 7.21E-06 NA NA 1,800 Liquid 272.77

(C-56)

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Hexachloroethane 67721 1.00E-03 8.50E-03 3.50E+00 4.00E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4 1,760

n-Hexane 110543 4.10E-01 NA 2.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4 1,760

2-Hexanone 591786 1.40E-01 NA 4.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.4 23.8

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene (Q) 193395 NA 4.10E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.13 1 6.65 3.45E+06

Iron (B) 7439896 3.00E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Isobutyl alcohol (I) 78831 3.20E-01 NA 1.50E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.75 5.46

Isophorone 78591 1.50E-01 1.10E-03 2.80E+02 2.70E-07 2.80E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.699 46.8

Isopropyl alcohol (I) 67630 6.40E-02 NA 2.20E+02 NA 1.23E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.05 1.31

Isopropyl benzene 98828 1.10E-01 NA 8.70E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.6 3,460

Lead (B) 7439921 NA NA 1.50E+00 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Lindane 58899 3.30E-04 7.10E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.04 1 3.73 1,080

Lithium (B) 7439932 2.80E-02 NA 3.50E+01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Magnesium (B) 7439954 1.10E+01 NA 1.00E+02 NA NA 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Manganese (B) 7439965 4.70E-02 NA 5.00E-02 NA NA 0.5 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Mercury (Total) (B,Z) Varies 3.00E-04 NA 3.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 5.95 NR

Methane 74828 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.09 11.8

Methanol 67561 5.00E-01 NA 3.25E+03 NA 3.28E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.72 0.196

Methoxychlor 72435 5.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.08 12,600

2-Methoxyethanol (I) 109864 1.00E-03 NA 2.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.77 0.175

2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic 94746 1.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.25 1,570

acid

2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 534521 3.50E-04 NA 2.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.1 116

N-Methyl-morpholine (I) 109024 2.70E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.33 0.474

Methyl parathion 298000 2.50E-04 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.9 710

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (MIBK) (I) 108101 2.50E-01 NA 2.05E+03 NA 3.07E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.18 14.5

Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 1634044 3.30E-02 3.40E-03 3.00E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.99 9.41

Methylcyclopentane (I) 96377 NA NA 700 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.37 2,060

4,4'-Methylene-bis-2- chloroaniline 101144 7.30E-04 7.70E-01 NA 3.70E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.92 7,140

Methylene chloride 75092 5.80E-02 4.20E-03 2.00E+03 4.70E-07 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.26 11.9

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State at Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC D or D or Dairi a Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Hexachloroethane 67721 NR NR 3.89E-03 0.0025 6.80E-06 NA NA 50,000 Solid 236.74

n-Hexane 110543 NR NR 1.40E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 0.011 -7 12,000 Liquid 86.18

2-Hexanone 591786 NR NR 9.57E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 77 1.60E+07 Liquid 100.16

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene (Q) 193395 NR NR 1.60E-06 0.019 5.66E-06 NA NA 0.022 Solid 276.34

Iron (B) 7439896 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 55.845

Isobutyl alcohol (I) 78831 NR NR 1.30E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 82 7.60E+07 Liquid 74.14

Isophorone 78591 NR NR 6.20E-06 0.0623 6.76E-06 0.008 184 1.20E+07 Liquid 138.23

Isopropyl alcohol (I) 67630 NR NR 8.07E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 0.02 53 1.00E+09 Liquid 60.09

Isopropyl benzene 98828 NR NR 1.50E-02 0.086 7.10E-06 0.009 96 56,000 Liquid 122.16

Lead (B) 7439921 NR 11,000 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 207.2

Lindane 58899 NR NR 1.40E-05 0.0176 7.34E-06 NA NA 6,800 Solid 290.9

Lithium (B) 7439932 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 6.941

Magnesium (B) 7439954 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 24.305

Manganese (B) 7439965 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 54.938

Mercury (Total) (B,Z) Varies NR 52 7.10E-10 0.037 6.30E-06 NA NA 56 Inorganic 200.59

Methane 74828 NR NR 6.58E-01 0.08 8.00E-06 0.053 -306 NA Gas 16.04

Methanol 67561 NR NR 1.70E-04 0.15 1.30E-05 0.06 52 2.90E+07 Liquid 32.05

Methoxychlor 72435 NR NR 1.58E-05 0.0156 4.46E-06 NA NA 45 Solid 345.7

2-Methoxyethanol (I) 109864 NR NR 9.51E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 76.1

2-Methyl-4- 94746 NR NR 1.33E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 9.24E+05 Solid 305.79

chlorophenoxyacetic acid

2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 534521 NR NR 4.30E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.00E+05 Solid 198.13

N-Methyl-morpholine (I) 109024 NR NR 2.50E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 101.17

Methyl parathion 298000 NR NR 1.10E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 50,000 Solid 263.23

4-Methyl-2-pentanone 108101 NR NR 1.20E-04 0.075 7.80E-06 NA 64 2.00E+07 Liquid 100.2

(MIBK) (I)

Methyl-tert-butyl ether 1634044 NR NR 6.39E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.68E+07 Liquid 88.15

(MTBE)

Methylcyclopentane (I) 96377 NR NR 3.63E-01 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 73,890 Liquid 84.16

4,4'-Methylene-bis-2- 101144 NR NR 4.10E-11 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 14,000 Solid 267.17

chloroaniline

Methylene chloride 75092 NR NR 2.40E-03 0.101 1.17E-05 0.13 NA 1.70E+07 Liquid 50.5

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

2-Methylnaphthalene 91576 3.60E-02 NA 1.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.9 6,820

Methylphenols (J) 1319773 5.00E-02 NA 1.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.99 45.1

Metolachlor 51218452 2.30E-01 3.50E-03 NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.13 361

Metribuzin 21087649 2.50E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 1.7 46.9

Mirex 2385855 2.30E-04 9.30E-01 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 6.7 3.86E+06

Molybdenum (B) 7439987 5.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.4 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Naphthalene 91203 7.10E-02 NA 3.00E+00 3.10E-06 7.90E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.36 2,010

Nickel (B) 7440020 7.60E-02 NA NA 2.40E-04 NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Nitrate (B,N) 14797558 1.60E+00 NA NA NA NA 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Nitrite (B,N) 14797650 1.00E-01 NA NA NA NA 1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Nitrobenzene (I) 98953 4.60E-04 NA 7.00E-01 2.00E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.84 64.4

2-Nitrophenol 88755 2.80E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.8 58.8

n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 621647 2.50E-01 4.50E+00 NA 2.00E-03 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.4 23.8

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 2.50E-01 3.10E-03 NA 1.40E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.16 381

Oxamyl 23135220 3.80E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.47 0.508

Oxo-hexyl acetate 88230357 1.00E-02 NA 3.10E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 NA NA

Pendimethalin 40487421 1.20E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.18 1.24E+05

Pentachlorobenzene 608935 8.30E-04 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.26 1.48E+05

Pentachloronitrobenzene 82688 7.50E-03 NA 5.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.64 36,400

Pentachlorophenol 87865 3.00E-02 6.80E-02 1.00E+02 3.00E-05 NA 0.2 0.5 0.25 1 5.09 592

Pentane 109660 NA NA 1.80E+04 NA 2.21E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.42 2,300

2-Pentene (I) 109682 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.58 344

pH NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NR

Phenanthrene 85018 7.10E-03 NA 1.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.6 33,300

Phenol 108952 6.00E-01 NA 6.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.48 17.8

Phenytoin 57410 3.00E-02 5.10E-02 NA 1.40E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.47 1473

Phosphorus (Total) 7723140 1.10E+01 NA 1.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 NR NA

Phthalic acid 88993 1.90E+00 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.73 5.22

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State at Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

2-Methylnaphthalene 91576 NR NR 4.99E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 24,600 Solid 142.2

Methylphenols (J) 1319773 NR NR 1.60E-06 0.074 8.30E-06 NA 178 2.80E+07 Solid 108.13

Metolachlor 51218452 NR NR 9.90E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 5.30E+05 Liquid 283.83

Metribuzin 21087649 NR NR 8.80E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.20E+06 Solid 214.29

Mirex 2385855 NR NR 5.16E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6.80E-06 Solid 545.54

Molybdenum (B) 7439987 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 95.94

Naphthalene 91203 NR NR 4.83E-04 0.059 7.50E-06 0.009 174 31,000 Solid 128.17

Nickel (B) 7440020 NR 65 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 58.7

Nitrate (B,N) 14797558 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 62

Nitrite (B,N) 14797650 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 46

Nitrobenzene (I) 98953 NR NR 2.40E-05 0.076 8.60E-06 NA 190 2.09E+06 Liquid 123.11

2-Nitrophenol 88755 NR NR 3.50E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.50E+06 Solid 139.11

n-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 621647 NR NR 2.25E-06 0.0545 8.17E-06 NA NA 9.89E+06 Liquid 130.22

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 NR NR 5.00E-06 0.0312 6.35E-06 NA NA 35,100 Solid 198.22

Oxamyl 23135220 NR NR 2.37E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.80E+08 Solid 219.29

Oxo-hexyl acetate 88230357 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 144.2

Pendimethalin 40487421 NR NR 8.56E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 275 Solid 281.31

Pentachlorobenzene 608935 NR NR 8.40E-04 0.067 6.30E-06 NA NA 650 Liquid 250.3

Pentachloronitrobenzene 82688 NR NR 2.90E-02 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 32 Solid 295.32

Pentachlorophenol 87865 592 NR 2.44E-08 0.056 6.10E-06 NA NA 1.85E+06 Solid 266.32

Pentane 109660 NR NR 1.26E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 0.015 -57 38,200 Liquid 72.15

2-Pentene (I) 109682 NR NR 2.30E-01 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.03E+05 Liquid 70.13

pH NA NR NA NR NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Phenanthrene 85018 NR NR 2.30E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1,000 Solid 178.24

Phenol 108952 NR NR 3.97E-07 0.082 9.10E-06 0.018 175 8.28E+07 Liquid 147.01

Phenytoin 57410 NA NR 1.02E-11 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 3.20E+04 Solid 252.2718

Phosphorus (Total) 7723140 NR NR NR 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Solid 30.974

Phthalic acid 88993 NR NR 2.18E-12 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.42E+07 Liquid 166.13

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Phthalic anhydride 85449 2.10E+00 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.6 37.4

Picloram 1918021 7.00E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.3 1.97

Piperidine 110894 4.40E-04 NA 1.40E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.84 6.7

Polybrominated biphenyls (J) 67774327 4.30E-06 7.20E+00 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 7.07 8.91E+06

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 1336363 2.00E-05 2.00E+00 NA 6.00E-04 NA 0.2 0.5 0.14 1 5.58 3.06E+05

(J,T)

Prometon 1610180 2.20E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.99 870

Propachlor 1918167 1.30E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.01 94.6

Propazine 139402 2.70E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.75 505

Propionic acid 79094 1.70E+00 NA 3.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.28 1.89

Propyl alcohol (I) 71238 1.90E-01 NA 7.30E+02 NA 6.14E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.25 1.89

n-Propylbenzene (I) 103651 1.10E-02 NA 2.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.69 4,240

Propylene glycol 57556 2.00E+01 NA 6.00E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -0.92 0.125

Pyrene 129000 7.50E-02 NA 1.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.11 1.06E+05

Pyridine (I) 110861 1.00E-03 NA 3.50E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.67 4.56

Selenium (B) 7782492 5.00E-03 NA 2.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Silver (B) 7440224 4.70E-03 NA 1.00E-01 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 7.50E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.4 2,200

Simazine 122349 5.20E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.93 79

Sodium 17341252 3.40E+01 NA NA NA NA 0.1 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Sodium azide 26628228 1.20E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 NA NA

Strontium (B) 7440246 6.30E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Styrene 100425 2.00E-01 1.30E-02 1.00E+03 5.70E-07 1.70E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.94 777

Sulfate 14808798 NA NA NA NA NA NA 0.5 0.1 1 NR NR

Tebuthiuron 34014181 7.00E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.78 56.2

2,3,7,8-Tetrabromodibenzo-p- 50585416 NA 7.50E+04 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.03 1 7.24 1.31E+07

dioxin (O)

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 3.40E-01 NA 1.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.64 36,400

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p- 1746016 NA 7.50E+04 2.00E-06 4.40E+01 NA 0.2 0.5 0.03 1 7.04 8.33E+06

dioxin (O)

1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630206 8.90E-02 1.10E-02 NA 7.40E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.63 145

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State at Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Phthalic anhydride 85449 NR NR 1.63E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 1.70E+07 305 6.20E+06 Liquid 148.1

Picloram 1918021 NR NR 4.05E-11 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4.30E+05 Solid 241.48

Piperidine 110894 NR NR 4.45E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 85.15

Polybrominated biphenyls 67774327 NR NR 3.90E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.66E+07 Solid NA

(J)

Polychlorinated biphenyls 1336363 NR NR 4.20E-04 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 44.7 Solid 268.4

(PCBs) (J,T)

Prometon 1610180 NR NR 1.98E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 7.50E+05 Solid 225.29

Propachlor 1918167 NR NR 1.09E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 6.55E+05 Solid 211.69

Propazine 139402 NR NR 4.60E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 8,600 Solid 229.75

Propionic acid 79094 NR NR 4.45E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 0.029 126 1.00E+09 Liquid 74.09

Propyl alcohol (I) 71238 NR NR 7.41E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 0.022 72 1.00E+09 Liquid 60.11

n-Propylbenzene (I) 103651 NR NR NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Liquid 120.19

Propylene glycol 57556 NR NR 1.24E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 76.1

Pyrene 129000 NR NR 1.10E-05 0.0272 7.24E-06 NA NA 135 Solid 202.26

Pyridine (I) 110861 NR NR 7.00E-03 0.091 7.60E-06 0.018 68 3.00E+05 Liquid 79.11

Selenium (B) 7782492 NR 5 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 78.96

Silver (B) 7440224 NR 8.3 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 107.868

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 NR NR 1.30E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.40E+05 Solid 269.51

Simazine 122349 NR NR 3.37E-09 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4,470 Solid 201.67

Sodium 17341252 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 23

Sodium azide 26628228 NR NA NA 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Solid 65.01

Strontium (B) 7440246 NR NA NR NA NA NA NA NA Inorganic 87.62

Styrene 100425 NR NR 2.75E-03 0.071 8.00E-06 0.009 88 3.10E+05 Liquid 104.15

Sulfate 14808798 NR NA NR 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Inorganic 96.066

Tebuthiuron 34014181 NR NR 2.40E-10 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 2.50E+06 Solid 228.31

2,3,7,8-Tetrabromodibenzo- 50585416 NR NR 2.95E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 0.00996 Solid 499.6

p-dioxin (O)

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 NR NR 1.20E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1,300 Solid 215.28

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo- 1746016 NR NR 9.20E-06 0.047 8.00E-06 NA NA 0.019 Solid 322

p-dioxin (O)

1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630206 NR NR 2.40E-03 0.071 7.90E-06 NA NA 1.10E+06 Liquid 167.85

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg- (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

day

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 NA 1.00E-01 NA 5.80E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.39 93.5

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 1.00E-02 2.60E-02 4.00E+01 5.80E-07 6.85E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.67 156

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 1.30E-02 NA 5.90E+03 2.00E-06 7.37E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.46 2.83

Tetranitromethane 509148 NA NA 4.00E-01 1.50E-02 NA 0.2 NA NA 1 -2.05 9.66E-03

Thallium (B) 7440280 6.70E-05 NA 0.2 NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Toluene (I) 108883 2.20E-01 NA 4.00E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.75 180

p-Toluidine 106490 NA 5.60E-02 NA 3.10E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.39 23.3

Total dissolved solids (TDS) NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NR

Toxaphene 8001352 NA 4.40E-01 NA 3.20E-04 1.00E+03 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.5 2.55E+05

Triallate 2303175 1.30E-02 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.57 31,100

Tributylamine 102829 3.50E-03 NA 7.00E+00 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.46 24,200

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 1.50E-02 NA 3.70E+02 NA 3.70E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.01 1,790

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71556 2.20E+00 NA 1.00E+03 NA 2.46E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.48 110

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 3.90E-03 2.90E-02 NA 1.60E-05 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.05 50.3

Trichloroethylene 79016 1.70E-03 1.00E-02 2.00E+00 1.70E-06 5.37E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.71 168

Trichlorofluoromethane 75694 3.50E-01 NA 5.62E+04 NA 5.62E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.53 121

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95954 1.00E-01 NA 3.50E+02 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.9 1,597

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88062 NA 7.40E-03 NA 3.10E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.7 381

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96184 5.70E-03 NA 0.3 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.26 167

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2- 76131 2.70E+01 NA 7.67E+04 NA 9.59E+06 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.15 1,250

trifluoroethane

Triethanolamine 102716 5.00E-01 NA 5.00E+01 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -1.38 0.044

Triethylene glycol 112276 5.90E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -1.69 0.0218

3-Trifluoromethyl-4-nitrophenol 88302 6.20E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 2.87 663

Trifluralin 1582098 5.10E-03 4.50E-03 NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.1 1 5.3 1.62E+05

2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 540841 NA NA 3.50E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.09 2,080

2,4,4-Trimethyl-2-pentene (I) 107404 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4 1,760

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene (I) 95636 1.40E-01 NA 1.23E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.67 965

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene (I) 108678 1.40E-01 NA 1.23E+03 NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.5 708

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Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State at Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or Da or Dair Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 NR NR 3.45E-04 0.071 7.90E-06 NA NA 2.97E+06 Liquid 167.85

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 NR NR 1.84E-02 0.072 8.20E-06 NA NA 2.00E+05 Liquid 165.83

Tetrahydrofuran 109999 NR NR 9.63E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 0.02 6 1.00E+09 Liquid 72.12

Tetranitromethane 509148 NR NR 2.60E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 85,000 Liquid 196.03

Thallium (B) 7440280 NR 71 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 204.383

Toluene (I) 108883 NR NR 6.64E-03 0.087 8.60E-06 0.011 40 5.26E+05 Liquid 92.14

p-Toluidine 106490 NR NR 6.10E-06 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 188 7.60E+06 Liquid 107.17

Total dissolved solids (TDS) NA NR NA NR NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Toxaphene 8001352 NR NR 6.00E-06 0.0116 4.34E-06 NA NA 740 Solid 414

Triallate 2303175 NR NR 1.93E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4,000 Liquid 304.66

Tributylamine 102829 NR NR 5.60E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 75,400 Liquid 185.4

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 NR NR 1.42E-03 0.03 8.23E-06 NA 222 3.00E+05 Liquid 181.45

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71556 NR NR 1.72E-02 0.078 8.80E-06 0.075 NA 1.33E+06 Liquid 133.4

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 NR NR 9.13E-04 0.078 8.80E-06 0.06 NA 4.42E+06 Liquid 133.4

Trichloroethylene 79016 NR NR 1.03E-02 0.079 9.10E-06 0.08 NA 1.10E+06 Liquid 131.39

Trichlorofluoromethane 75694 NR NR 1.30E-01 0.087 9.70E-06 NA NA 1.10E+06 Liquid 137.38

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95954 1,597 NR 4.33E-06 0.0291 7.03E-06 NA NA 1.20E+06 Solid 197.5

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88062 381 NR 7.79E-06 0.0318 6.25E-06 NA NA 8.00E+05 Solid 197.5

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96184 NR NR 3.80E-04 0.071 7.90E-06 NA 160 1.90E+06 Liquid 147.43

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2- 76131 NR NR 5.30E-01 0.078 8.20E-06 NA NA 1.70E+05 Liquid 187.38

trifluoroethane

Triethanolamine 102716 NR NR 3.38E-19 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1.00E+09 Liquid 149.19

Triethylene glycol 112276 NR NR 2.61E-10 0.0427 8.06E-06 NA NA 1.00E+06 Liquid 150.17

3-Trifluoromethyl-4- 88302 NR NR 1.92E-08 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 5.00E+06 Solid 207

nitrophenol

Trifluralin 1582098 NR NR 2.60E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 8,100 Solid 335.29

2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 540841 NR NR 3.13E+00 0.08 8.00E-06 0.011 10 2,330 Liquid 114.23

2,4,4-Trimethyl-2-pentene 107404 NR NR 8.81E-01 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 11,900 Liquid 112.2

(I)

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene (I) 95636 NR NR 5.87E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 0.009 112 55,890 Liquid 120.2

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene (I) 108678 NR NR 7.38E-03 0.08 8.00E-06 NA 122 61,150 Liquid 120.2

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PART 201 GENERIC CLEANUP CRITERIA AND SCREENING LEVELS Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance requires 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Organic Relative Log

Chemical Chronic Occupational Relative Carbon-Water Oral Inhalation Source Ingestion Dermal Octanol-

Abstract Oral Slope Inhalation Short Term Source Partition Hazardous Substance Reference Unit Risk Contribution Absorption Absorption Water

Service Factor Reference Exposure Contribution Coefficients for Dose Factor for Drinking Efficiency Efficiency Partition

Number Concentration Level for Soil Organic Water Coefficient

Compounds

RfD SF RfC IURF STEL RSC AEi AEd RSC Log Kow Koc

mg/kg-day (mg/kg-day)-1 ug/m3 (ug/m3)-1 ug/m3 unitless unitless unitless unitless unitless L/kg

Triphenyl phosphate 115866 1.60E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 4.67 39,000

tris(2,3-Dibromopropyl)phosphate 126727 NA 1.20E+00 NA 5.30E-04 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.51 2,820

Urea 57136 NA NA NA NA NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 -2.11 0.0256

Vanadium 7440622 5.00E-03 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Vinyl acetate (I) 108054 8.80E-02 NA 2.00E+02 NA 5.30E+04 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.73 5.22

Vinyl chloride 75014 3.00E-03 1.40E+00 1.00E+02 8.80E-06 NA 0.2 1 0.1 1 1.5 18.5

White phosphorus (R) 12185103 1.50E-05 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

Xylenes (I) 1330207 1.80E+00 NA 4.40E+03 NA 6.51E+05 0.2 1 0.1 1 3.11 348

Zinc (B) 7440666 3.30E-01 NA NA NA NA 0.2 0.5 0.01 1 NR NR

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Scientific notation is represented by E+ or E- a value, for example 200,000 is presented as 2.0E+5. Units are as indicated in each column heading. The dataset for each hazardous substance consists of 22 columns across two pages. Review all 22 columns when evaluating data for a specific hazardous substance.

Soil Koc for Chemical Ionizing Soil-Water Distribution Lower Physical State at Abstract Organic Coefficients for Henry's Law Explosive Standard

Hazardous Substance Service Compounds Inorganic Compounds Constant at Water Limit in Water Temperature Molecular Number at pH=6.8 at pH=6.8 25C Air Diffusivity Diffusivity Air Flash Point Solubility and Pressure Weight

Kd HLC Di or D or Daira Dw LEL FP S MW

L/kg L/kg atm-m3/mol cm2/s cm2/s unitless F ug/L unitless g/mol

Triphenyl phosphate 115866 NR NR 3.60E-07 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 1,430 Liquid 326.3

tris(2,3- 126727 NR NR 3.00E-05 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA 4,700 Liquid 697.67

Dibromopropyl)phosphate

Urea 57136 NR NR NR 0.08 8.00E-06 NA NA NA Solid 60.07

Vanadium 7440622 NR 1,000 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 50.942

Vinyl acetate (I) 108054 NR NR 5.11E-04 0.085 9.20E-06 0.026 18 2.00E+07 Liquid 86.09

Vinyl chloride 75014 NR NR 2.70E-02 0.106 1.23E-05 0.036 NA 2.76E+06 Liquid 62.5

White phosphorus (R) 12185103 NR NA NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 123.9

Xylenes (I) 1330207 NR NR 6.04E-03 0.078 3.21E-05 NA NA 1.86E+05 Liquid 106.17

Zinc (B) 7440666 NR 62 NR NR NR NA NA NA Inorganic 65.39

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