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1 APPENDIX L META ENVIRONMENTAL FORENSIC REPORTS N:\ \WORD\Auburn RI (Final-June 2008).doc

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162 Environmental Forensic Report NYSEG - Auburn SDG: UR Report To: URS Corporation 77 Goodell Street Suite 5 Buffalo, NY Report By: D2/P2 (dialkyldibenzothiophenes/dialkylphenanthrenes) Figure 1. Double Ratio Plot source 3 source source 1 source source 6 spill source 5 spill spill 10 11spill spill 12 Potential source samples include 1 to 6 Spill samples include samples 7 to D3/P3 (trialkyldibenzothiophenes/trialkylphenanthrenes) META Environmental, Inc. 49 Clarendon Street Watertown, MA October 30, 2006 Identifying and allocating sources of pollutants in complex environments. META ENGINEERING & CHEMISTRY Environmental, Inc.

163 Final Laboratory Report META Environmental, Inc. 49 Clarendon Street Watertown, MA Phone: Fax: Certification This certifies that this package is in compliance with the terms and conditions of the contract, both technically and for completeness, for other than the conditions detailed herein. Release of the data contained in this hardcopy data package has been authorized by the Laboratory Manager and Quality Assurance Officer, as verified by the following signatures. James A. Roush Environmental Scientist, Laboratory Manager October 30, 2006 Date David M. Mauro Senior Scientist, Quality Assurance Officer October 30, 2006 Date UR Report Page 1 10/30/2006

164 Sample Delivery Group Narrative Project: NYSEG - Auburn URS Corporation 77 Goodell Street Suite 5 Buffalo, NY Report Contact: Mike Gutmann Dates of Receipt: September 20, 2006 SDG: Sample Summary: META Project Number: UR The sample received for this project is summarized in the attached sample login forms. U03008 Chain of Custody The samples were received in good condition. The internal temperature of the shipment containers were as follows: Sample received: 09/20/ C Internal chain of custody procedures were followed after sample receipt. Samples were stored in a locked refrigerator. A sample custody logbook contains the record of sample removal from the secure sample storage area to the sample preparation laboratory. The custody record for the sample extracts is present on the sample extraction logbook page. The disposal of samples and extracts will be authorized one month after the release of this data report. Sample disposal will be documented. UR Report Page 2 10/30/2006

165 Methods The sediment samples were prepared by solvent extraction (EPA 3570) using dichloromethane (DCM). The extracts were spiked with internal standard and analyzed by GC/FID (EPA 8100M), GC/ECD (EPA 8082M) and GC/MS/SIM (EPA 8270M). Results Sample results are presented in summary forms (CLP Form 1 equivalent) which follow this narrative. Quality Control Analyte Flags The detection limits were determined as the sample equivalent of the lowest linear initial calibration standard. Analytes measured between 50% and 100% of the lowest standard were reported as "estimated" and flagged with the letter "J." Undetected analytes were reported as null and flagged with the letter, "U." Analytes marked with a "B" were detected in the associated blank and should be reviewed for a possible positive bias. Holding Times The samples were extracted within holding times. The samples and extracts were stored at 4 C ± 2 C prior to extraction and analysis. The extracts were analyzed within 40 days of sample preparation. Surrogate Spikes Extraction surrogates were added to all samples prior to extraction. All surrogate compounds were recovered within the 50%-120% acceptable criterion. Blanks No target compounds were detected in the method blank. UR Report Page 3 10/30/2006

166 Blank Spikes A Blank Spike sample was extracted with the sample batch. All spiked compounds were recovered within criteria (50 120%). Duplicates A duplicate analysis was performed on sample SED-21 (0-1 ). Many relative percent differences (RPDs) were greater than 50%. Interpretation SED-21 (0-1) Sample SED-21 (0-1) contained pyrogenic and petrogenic material (see definitions). The pyrogenic material was indicated by the prominent 3-, 4-, and 5-ring unsubstituted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). The concentration of total PAHs was 51 mg/kg. The ratio of fluoranthene to pyrene (1.238; see Table 1) was similar to other sediment samples collected from the site (3). The petrogenic material was present at low relative concentrations. It was indicated by the broad unresolved complex mixture (UCM) late in the chromatogram (Appendix B) and the presence of biomarker compounds (Appendix E). These petrogenic characteristics are consistent with urban background. SED-23 (0-1) This sample is similar to sample SED-21 (0-1). The concentration of total PAHs was 183 mg/kg. SED-26 (0-1) This sample is similar to sample SED-21 (0-1). The concentration of total PAHs was 32.1 mg/kg. Discussion All three sediment samples show very similar characteristics in both the GC/FID fingerprints (Appendix B) and the diagnostic ratios (Table 1). These include a pyrogenic pattern of high molecular weight PAHs and a UCM characteristic of urban background. Also, the diagnostic ratios of the three sediment samples were similar to the sediment sample diagnostic ratios discussed in reference 3 and summarized in Table 2. The PAH patterns of the sediment samples are not the same as those of the NAPL and soil samples collected on the former Clark St MGP site, as discussed in reference 3. UR Report Page 4 10/30/2006

167 Definitions Pyrogenic substances are complex mixtures of primarily hydrocarbons produced from organic matter subjected to high temperatures but with insufficient oxygen for complete combustion. Pyrogenic materials are produced by fires, internal combustion engines, and furnaces. They also are formed when coke or gas are produced from coal or oil. Coal-tar based products, such as roofing, pavement sealers, waterproofing, pesticides, and some shampoos contain pyrogenic materials. Petrogenic substances include crude oil and crude oil derivatives such as gasoline, heating oil, and asphalt. Pitch is the semi-solid or solid material consisting of high molecular weight hydrocarbons that remain following coal tar distillation. References 1) Mauro, D.M., Chemical Source Attribution at former MGP Sites, EPRI Report , December ) Chemical Fingerprinting of Hydrocarbons, in: Introduction to Environmental Forensics. B.L. Murphy and R.D. Morrison editors, Academic Press, San Diego, CA ) Forensic Review of Sediment Data from the Owasco Lake Outlet near the former Clark Street Manufactured Gas Plant, META Environmental, Inc., May 17, UR Report Page 5 10/30/2006

168 Table 1. Selected Source and Weathering Ratios Fl/Py D/F C17/Pris C18/Phy Pris/Phy C3D/C3PA C3D/C3PA BF/MP BeP/BaP BaA/C SED-21 (0-1) SED-23 (0-1) SED-26 (0-1) SED-21 (0-1) dup Ratios: Fl/Py D/F C17/Pris C18/Phy Pris/Phy C3D/C3PA C2D/C2PA BF/MP BeP/BaP BaA/C fluoranthene/pyrene dibenzofuran/fluorene heptadecane/pristane octadecane/phytane pristane/phytane trialkyldibenzothiophenes/trialkylphenanthrenes/anthracenes dialkyldibenzothiophenes/dialkylphenanthrenes/anthracenes benzofluorenes/methylpyrenes benzo(e)pyrene/benzo(a)pyrene benz(a)anthracene/chrysene Table 2. Summary statistics for selected ratios from Reference 3 Ratio Mean Sediment Samples Soil & NAPL Samples Literature Values Standard Deviation %RSD Mean Standard Deviation %RS D CWG 1 CC, CO, CR 1 Urban Background Soil 2 Fl/Py ± ± 0.18 D/F NA BeP/BaP NA NA 1.14 ± 0.51 BF/MP NA NA NA BaA/C ± ± ± 0.23 NA not available 1 Mauro, Mauro et al., 2006 UR Report Page 6 10/30/2006

169 Figure 1. Selected Diagnostic Ratios D/F v. Fl/Py T202, CC Dibenzofuran/Fluorene P066, PB Crude P128, #6 Fuel Oil P013, Gas Oil SED-26 (0-1) T060, CC T049, CO T185, CO T009, CC SED-21 (0-1) T124, CR P065, Bunker C P127, #4 Fuel Oil P063, #2 Fuel oil SED-23 (0-1) P126, Diesel T165, CWG T140, CWG T004, CWG Fluoranthene/Pyrene TXXX/PXXX Reference samples from META s in house archive (the T or P number is the catalog number in META s archive database and identifies the sample and site from which it was collected) CC Coal Carbonization Tar CO Coke Oven Tar CR CWG Creosote Carbureted Water Gas Tar Field Samples UR Report Page 7 10/30/2006

170 Figure 2. Selected Diagnostic Ratios C3D/C3PA v. C2D/C2PA P065, Bunker C P066, PB Crude C2D/C2PA P013, Gas Oil P128, #6 Fuel Oil P127, #4 Fuel Oil T004, CWG SED-26 (0-1) P126, Diesel SED-21 (0-1) SED-23 (0-1) T049, CO T124, CR T140, CWG T202, CC T185, CO P063, #2 Fuel oil T165, CWG T009, CC T060, CC C3D/C3PA TXXX/PXXX Reference samples from META s in house archive (the T or P number is the catalog number in META s archive database and identifies the sample and site from which it was collected) CC Coal Carbonization Tar CO Coke Oven Tar CR CWG Creosote Carbureted Water Gas Tar Field Samples UR Report Page 8 10/30/2006

171 Figure 3. Comparison of SDG UR PAH Ratios to All Site Samples CSSB CSTT CSTT CSSB MW-06D-NAPL MW-09D-NAPL SED SED-15 SED-06 SED-18 SED-14 SED-23 (0-1) BaA/C SED-26 (0-1) SED-12 SED-07 SED-03 SED-16 SED-04 SED-10 SED-08 SED-01 SED-19 SED-21 (0-1) 0.8 SED-02 SED-13 SED-20 SED-05 SED SED Fl/Py Orange circles are sediment samples from SDG UR060920; blue diamonds are on-site soil and NAPL samples from the Clark Street former MGP site; green triangles are downstream sediments; pink circles are near-site sediments; and black squares are upstream sediments. Downstream, near-site, and upstream sediments are as defined in reference 3. UR Report Page 9 10/30/2006

172 Appendix A Chains of Custody

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175 Appendix B GC/FID Fingerprints

176 GC/FID Fingerprint C D\FID2B SS1 SS2 IS 1 benzene 2 toluene 3 ethylbenzene 4 m/p-xylene 5 styrene 6 o-xylene 7 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 8 naphthalene 9 2-methylnaphthalene 10 1-methylnaphthalene 11 acenaphthylene 12 acenaphthene 13 dibenzofuran 14 fluorene 15 phenanthrene 16 anthracene 17 fluoranthene 18 pyrene 19 benz(a)anthracene 20 chrysene 21 benzo(b)fluoranthene 22 benzo(k)fluoranthene 23 benzo(a)pyrene 24 indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 25 dibenz(a,h)anthracene 26 benzo(g,h,i)perylene , ,20 21,22 23 UR ppt IS 5-a-androstane SS1 2-Fluorobiphenyl SS2 o-terphenyl Time (min.) Field ID: SED-21 (0-1) Laboratory ID: UR Method: EPA 8100 mod. META

177 GC/FID Fingerprint C D\FID2B SS1 SS2 17 IS 1 benzene 2 toluene 3 ethylbenzene 4 m/p-xylene 5 styrene 6 o-xylene 7 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 8 naphthalene 9 2-methylnaphthalene 10 1-methylnaphthalene 11 acenaphthylene 12 acenaphthene 13 dibenzofuran 14 fluorene 15 phenanthrene 16 anthracene 17 fluoranthene 18 pyrene 19 benz(a)anthracene 20 chrysene 21 benzo(b)fluoranthene 22 benzo(k)fluoranthene 23 benzo(a)pyrene 24 indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 25 dibenz(a,h)anthracene 26 benzo(g,h,i)perylene ,16 19,20 21, , UR ppt IS 5-a-androstane SS1 2-Fluorobiphenyl SS2 o-terphenyl Time (min.) Field ID: SED-23 (0-1) Laboratory ID: UR Method: EPA 8100 mod. META

178 GC/FID Fingerprint C D\FID2B SS1 SS2 IS 1 benzene 2 toluene 3 ethylbenzene 4 m/p-xylene 5 styrene 6 o-xylene 7 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 8 naphthalene 9 2-methylnaphthalene 10 1-methylnaphthalene 11 acenaphthylene 12 acenaphthene 13 dibenzofuran 14 fluorene 15 phenanthrene 16 anthracene 17 fluoranthene 18 pyrene 19 benz(a)anthracene 20 chrysene 21 benzo(b)fluoranthene 22 benzo(k)fluoranthene 23 benzo(a)pyrene 24 indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 25 dibenz(a,h)anthracene 26 benzo(g,h,i)perylene ,20 GO ppt Time (min.) IS 5-a-androstane SS1 2-Fluorobiphenyl SS2 o-terphenyl Field ID: SED-26 (0-1) Laboratory ID: UR Method: EPA 8100 mod. META

179 GC/FID Fingerprint C D\FID2B SS1 SS2 IS 1 benzene 2 toluene 3 ethylbenzene 4 m/p-xylene 5 styrene 6 o-xylene 7 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 8 naphthalene 9 2-methylnaphthalene 10 1-methylnaphthalene 11 acenaphthylene 12 acenaphthene 13 dibenzofuran 14 fluorene 15 phenanthrene 16 anthracene 17 fluoranthene 18 pyrene 19 benz(a)anthracene 20 chrysene 21 benzo(b)fluoranthene 22 benzo(k)fluoranthene 23 benzo(a)pyrene 24 indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 25 dibenz(a,h)anthracene 26 benzo(g,h,i)perylene GO ppt IS 5-a-androstane SS1 2-Fluorobiphenyl SS2 o-terphenyl Time (min.) Field ID: Soil Blank Laboratory ID: GO SB Method: EPA 8100 mod. META

180 Appendix C MAH/PAH Concentrations

181 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.20 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Styrene o-xylene Isopropylbenzene J n-propylbenzene ,3,5-Trimethylbenzene ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene U sec-butylbenzene U p-isopropyltoluene n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin J cis-decalin U Naphthalene Methylnaphthalene Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene /18/2006 UR xls

182 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.20 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene Fluoranthene Pyrene C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene Chrysene* C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene Retene Benzo(b/c)fluorenes Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Heptadecane Pristane Octadecane Phytane /18/2006 UR xls

183 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.20 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane ,6,10-trimethyltridecane Norpristane Total PAH (16) Total PAH (42) Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

184 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-23 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.17 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 60% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Styrene o-xylene Isopropylbenzene J n-propylbenzene ,3,5-Trimethylbenzene ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene U sec-butylbenzene U p-isopropyltoluene n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin J cis-decalin U Naphthalene Methylnaphthalene Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene /18/2006 UR xls

185 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-23 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.17 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 60% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene Fluoranthene 33.4 D Pyrene 26.3 D C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene Chrysene* C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene Retene Benzo(b/c)fluorenes Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Heptadecane Pristane Octadecane Phytane /18/2006 UR xls

186 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-23 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.17 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 60% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane ,6,10-trimethyltridecane Norpristane Total PAH (16) Total PAH (42) Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

187 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-26 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.23 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 47% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Styrene o-xylene Isopropylbenzene J n-propylbenzene ,3,5-Trimethylbenzene ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene U sec-butylbenzene U p-isopropyltoluene n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin J cis-decalin U Naphthalene Methylnaphthalene Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene /18/2006 UR xls

188 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-26 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.23 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 47% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene Fluoranthene Pyrene C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene Chrysene* C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene Retene Benzo(b/c)fluorenes Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Heptadecane Pristane Octadecane Phytane /18/2006 UR xls

189 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: SED-26 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.23 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 47% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane ,6,10-trimethyltridecane Norpristane Total PAH (16) Total PAH (42) Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

190 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SB File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: Benzene U Toluene U Ethylbenzene U m/p-xylenes U Styrene U o-xylene U Isopropylbenzene U n-propylbenzene U ,3,5-Trimethylbenzene U ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene U t-butylbenzene U sec-butylbenzene U p-isopropyltoluene U n-butylbenzene U C1 - Benzene U C2 - Benzene U C3 - Benzene U C4 - Benzene U C5 - Benzene U trans-decalin U cis-decalin U Naphthalene U Methylnaphthalene U Methylnaphthalene U C1 - Naphthalene U C2 - Naphthalene U C3- Naphthalene U C4- Naphthalene U Acenaphthylene U Acenaphthene U Dibenzofuran U Fluorene U C1 - Fluorene U C2 - Fluorene U C3 - Fluorene U Phenanthrene U Anthracene U /18/2006 UR xls

191 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SB File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U Dibenzothiophene U C1 - Dibenzothiophene U C2 - Dibenzothiophene U C3 - Dibenzothiophene U C4 - Dibenzothiophene U Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene U Fluoranthene U Pyrene U C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U Benz[a]anthracene U Chrysene* U C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U Benzo[b]fluoranthene U Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene U Benzo(e)pyrene U Benzo[a]pyrene U Perylene U Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene U Dibenz[a,h]anthracene U Benzo[g,h,i]perylene U Coronene U Retene U Benzo(b/c)fluorenes U Methylpyrene U Methylpyrene U Methylpyrene U Heptadecane U Pristane U Octadecane U Phytane U /18/2006 UR xls

192 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SB File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane U ,6,10-trimethyltridecane U Norpristane U Total PAH (16) U Total PAH (42) U Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

193 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Spike Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SBS File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: Spike Amount % Recovery Benzene % Toluene % Ethylbenzene % m/p-xylenes % Styrene % o-xylene % Isopropylbenzene % n-propylbenzene % 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene % 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene % t-butylbenzene U sec-butylbenzene % p-isopropyltoluene % n-butylbenzene % C1 - Benzene U C2 - Benzene U C3 - Benzene U C4 - Benzene U C5 - Benzene U trans-decalin U cis-decalin U Naphthalene % 2-Methylnaphthalene % 1-Methylnaphthalene % C1 - Naphthalene U C2 - Naphthalene U C3- Naphthalene U C4- Naphthalene U Acenaphthylene % Acenaphthene % Dibenzofuran % Fluorene % C1 - Fluorene U C2 - Fluorene U C3 - Fluorene U Phenanthrene % Anthracene % 10/18/2006 UR xls

194 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Spike Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SBS File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene U Dibenzothiophene % C1 - Dibenzothiophene U C2 - Dibenzothiophene U C3 - Dibenzothiophene U C4 - Dibenzothiophene U Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene U Fluoranthene % Pyrene % C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene U Benz[a]anthracene % Chrysene* % C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene U Benzo[b]fluoranthene % Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene % Benzo(e)pyrene % Benzo[a]pyrene % Perylene U Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene % Dibenz[a,h]anthracene % Benzo[g,h,i]perylene % Coronene U Retene U Benzo(b/c)fluorenes U Methylpyrene U Methylpyrene U Methylpyrene U Heptadecane U Pristane U Octadecane U Phytane U /18/2006 UR xls

195 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Soil Blank Spike Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID GO SBS File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: NA Decanted: None Date Received: NA Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.00 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 100% Date Analyzed: 9/21/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane U ,6,10-trimethyltridecane U Norpristane U Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

196 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Duplicate of SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR DUP File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.05 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments MAH & PAH COMPOUNDS: RPD Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Styrene o-xylene Isopropylbenzene J n-propylbenzene J ,3,5-Trimethylbenzene J ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene U NA sec-butylbenzene U NA p-isopropyltoluene n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin U NA cis-decalin U NA Naphthalene Methylnaphthalene Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene /18/2006 UR xls

197 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Duplicate of SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR DUP File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.05 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene Fluoranthene Pyrene C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene Chrysene* C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene Retene Benzo(b/c)fluorenes Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Methylpyrene Heptadecane Pristane Octadecane Phytane /18/2006 UR xls

198 Analytical Results for Volatile and Semivolatile Organics META Environmental, Inc. Field ID: Duplicate of SED-21 (0-1) Client: URS Corporation Preparation Method: EPA 3570 Project: NYSEG Auburn Cleanup Method(s): NA Analysis Method: EPA 8270M Lab ID UR DUP File ID: E D Matrix: Soil Preservation: None Date Sampled: 9/19/2006 Decanted: None Date Received: 9/20/2006 Date Prepared: 9/20/2006 Sample Size (g): 2.05 Date Cleanup: NA Percent Solid: 85% Date Analyzed: 9/22/2006 Extract Volume (µl): 2000 Instrument: El Camino Prep DF: 1.00 Operator: JAR Analysis DF: 1.00 Injection Volume (µl): 1.00 Batch QC: GO SB Analyte Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.) RL EDL Comments 2,6,10-trimethyldodecane ,6,10-trimethyltridecane Norpristane Total PAH (16) Total PAH (42) Extraction Surrogate Recoveries (%) Limits Toluene-d Phenanthrene-d Perylene-d NA - Not applicable. B - Analyte detected in the Blank. J - Estimated value; detected between the RL and DL. U - Analyte not detected above DL. D - Analyte reported from a diluted extract. E - Estimate, result detected above calibration range. I - Concentration/Peak ID uncertain due to potential interference. RL - Reporting limit is the sample equivalent of the lowest linear calibration concentration. EDL - Estimated detection limit is 50% of RL. * - Triphenylene is known to coelute with this compound. 10/18/2006 UR xls

199 Appendix D Extended MAH/PAH Profiles Histograms

200 n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin cis-decalin Fluoranthene Pyrene Chrysene* Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene SED-21 (0-1) UR C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene 1-Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene Naphthalene 2-Methylnaphthalene sec-butylbenzene p-isopropyltoluene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene Isopropylbenzene n-propylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Styrene o-xylene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Benzene Toluene Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.)

201 n-butylbenzene C1 - Benzene C2 - Benzene C3 - Benzene C4 - Benzene C5 - Benzene trans-decalin cis-decalin Fluoranthene Pyrene Chrysene* Benzo[b]fluoranthene Benzo[j/k]fluoranthene Benzo(e)pyrene Benzo[a]pyrene Perylene Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene Dibenz[a,h]anthracene Benzo[g,h,i]perylene Coronene C1 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C2 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C3 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C4 - Benz(a)anthracene/Chrysene C1 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C2 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene C3 - Fluoranthene/Pyrene Benz[a]anthracene Benzo(b)naphtho(2,1-d)thiophene C4 - Dibenzothiophene C2 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Dibenzothiophene Dibenzothiophene C1 - Dibenzothiophene C3 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C4 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C1 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene C2 - Phenanthrene/Anthracene SED-23 (0-1) UR C2 - Naphthalene C3- Naphthalene C4- Naphthalene Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene Dibenzofuran Fluorene C1 - Fluorene C2 - Fluorene C3 - Fluorene Phenanthrene Anthracene 1-Methylnaphthalene C1 - Naphthalene Naphthalene 2-Methylnaphthalene sec-butylbenzene p-isopropyltoluene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene t-butylbenzene Styrene o-xylene Isopropylbenzene n-propylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m/p-xylenes Concentration (mg/kg dry wt.)

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