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1 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program (PM4D) Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive From Finch Avenue West to Albion Road City of Toronto, Ontario Factual Data Report Prepared For: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited GeoPro Project No.: G17 Report Date: November 14, 2018 GeoPro Consulting Limited (905) Units 25 to 27, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N6 T: (905) E: Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N6

2 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS Subsurface Conditions Groundwater Conditions Laboratory Testing Results ASBESTOS ANALYSIS RESULTS HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY Grain Size Distribution Method Single Well Response Test (Slug Test) Method ENVIRONMENTAL SOIL ANALYTICAL RESULTS Soil Sample Submission Soil Analysis Results CLOSURE... 9 Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax: i

3 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario Drawings Site Plan and Borehole/Corehole Location Plan No. 1A to 1C Enclosures No. Notes on Sample Description 1A Explanation of Terms Used in the Record of Boreholes 1B Borehole Logs 2 to 11 Figures No. Grain Size Distribution Curves 1 and 2 Appendix A Summary of Asphalt Concrete Cores and Asbestos Analysis Results Appendix B Asbestos Analytical Results Appendix C Slug Test Results Appendix D Environmental Soil Analytical Results Limitations to the Report Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax: ii

4 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario 1 INTRODUCTION GeoPro Consulting Limited (GeoPro) was retained by The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited (the Client) to conduct a geotechnical investigation for the Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program - proposed watermain replacement on Westmore Drive from Finch Avenue West to Albion Road, City of Toronto, Ontario. The purpose of this geotechnical investigation was to obtain information on the existing subsurface conditions by means of a limited number of boreholes, in-situ tests and laboratory tests of soil samples. The geo-environmental (chemical) aspects of the subsurface conditions, including the consequences of possible surface and/or subsurface contamination resulting from previous activities or uses of the site and/or resulting from the introduction onto the site of materials from off-site sources were not investigated and were beyond the scope of this assignment. However, limited chemical testing was carried out on selected soil samples. The site investigation follows generally accepted practice for geotechnical consultants in Ontario. Laboratory testing follows ASTM or CSA Standards or modifications of these standards that have become standard practice in Ontario. This report has been prepared for the Client only. Third party use of this report without GeoPro s consent is prohibited. The limitations to the report presented above form an integral part of the report and they must be considered in conjunction with this report. 2 INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE Field work for the geotechnical investigation was carried out on July 26, August 10, 13 and 27, 2018 during which time ten (10) boreholes (Boreholes BH17-1 to BH17-10) were advanced to depths ranging from about 2.9 m to 3.5 m below the existing ground surface. In addition, the pavement was cored at thirteen (13) locations (Coreholes CH17-1 to CH17-13) using a core drill in order to obtain samples of the existing asphalt concrete for asbestos analysis testing. The borehole and corehole locations are shown on attached Drawings. A proposed borehole location plan prepared by GeoPro was provided to Client for review prior to the filed investigation work. The approved borehole locations were staked in the field by GeoPro; the borehole locations in the field were adjusted according to the drill rig accessibility and the underground utility conditions. The field work for this investigation was monitored by a member of our engineering staff who logged the boreholes and cared for the recovered samples. The boreholes were advanced using a continuous flight auger drilling equipment supplied by a drilling specialist subcontracted to GeoPro. Samples were retrieved with a 51 mm (2 inches) O.D. split-barrel (split spoon) sampler driven with a hammer weighing 624 N and dropping 760 mm (30 inches) in accordance with the Standard Penetration Test (SPT) method. The number of blows Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

5 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario required to drive the sampler 300 mm (12 inches) depth into the undisturbed soil (SPT N values) gives an indication of the compactness condition or consistency of the sampled soil materials. Groundwater condition observations were made in the boreholes during drilling and upon completion of drilling. The Boreholes were backfilled and sealed upon completion of drilling. An monitoring well (51 mm in diameter) was installed in each of the selected borehole(s) to measure the groundwater table and to facilitate the in-situ hydrogeological testing. All soil samples obtained during this investigation were brought to our laboratory for further examination. These soil samples will be stored for a period of three (3) months after the day of issuing draft report, after which time they will be discarded unless we are advised otherwise in writing. Geotechnical classification testing (including water content, grain size distribution and Atterberg Limits, when applicable) was carried out on selected soil samples. The laboratory test results are attached to Figures. It should be noted the elevations at the as-drilled borehole locations were not available at the time of preparing the report. The borehole and corehole locations plotted on the Borehole/Corehole Location Plan were based on the measurement of the site features and should be considered to be approximate. 3 SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS 3.1 Subsurface Conditions Notes on sample descriptions are presented in Enclosure 1A. Explanations of terms used in the borehole logs are presented in Enclosure 1B. The subsurface conditions in the boreholes are presented in the individual borehole logs. Detailed descriptions of the major soil strata encountered in the boreholes drilled at the site are provided as follows. Pavement Structure A flexible pavement structure was observed. The range and average thicknesses of pavement structure are summarized in the following table: Asphalt Concrete in Boreholes and Coreholes Range (Average) (230) Pavement Structure (mm) Granular Base/Subbase Range (Average) (340) Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

6 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario (Probable) Fill Materials (Probable) fill materials consisting of clayey silt, sandy silt, sand, silty sand and sand and silt were encountered below the granular base/subbase materials in all boreholes, and extended to depths ranging from about 0.8 m to 2.1 m below the existing ground surface. For the cohesive fill materials, an SPT N value of 17 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a very stiff consistency. For the cohesionless fill materials, SPT N values ranging from 2 to 25 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a very loose to compact compactness. The in-situ moisture content measured in the soil samples ranged from approximately 8% to 25%. Clayey Silt Clayey silt deposit was encountered below the fill materials and sandy silt deposit in Boreholes BH17-1, BH17-6 and BH17-9, and extended to a depth of about 2.1 m below the existing ground surface. SPT N values ranging from 8 to 28 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a firm to very stiff consistency. The natural moisture content measured in the soil samples ranged from approximately 12% to 22%. Sandy Silt Sandy silt deposit was encountered below the fill materials in Borehole BH17-6, and extended to a depth of about 1.4 m below the existing ground surface. An SPT N value of 19 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a compact compactness. The natural moisture content measured in the soil sample was approximately 15%. Clayey Silt Till to Silty Clay Till Clayey silt till to silty clay till deposits were encountered below (probable) fill materials, clayey silt and sandy silt till deposits in all boreholes expect for Boreholes BH17-1 and BH17-8, and extended to depths ranging from about 2.9 m to 3.5 m below the existing ground surface. Boreholes BH17-2 to BH17-7 and BH17-9 were terminated in these deposits. SPT N values ranging from 12 to 31 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a stiff to hard consistency. The natural moisture content measured in the soil samples ranged from approximately 9% to 21%. Sandy Silt Till Sandy silt till deposit was encountered below the fill materials, clayey silt and clayey silt till deposits in Boreholes BH17-1, BH17-2, BH17-8 and BH17-10, and extended to depths ranging from about 2.1 m to 3.5 m below the existing ground surface. Boreholes BH17-1, BH17-8 and BH17-10 were terminated in this deposit. SPT N values ranging from 25 to 33 blows per 300 mm penetration indicated a compact to dense compactness. The natural moisture content measured in the soil samples ranged from approximately 11% to 13%. Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

7 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario 3.2 Groundwater Conditions Groundwater condition observations made in the boreholes during and immediately upon completion of drilling are shown in the borehole logs and are also summarized in the following table. Borehole No. BH Depth (m) Depth of Water Encountered during Drilling (mbgs) Water Level upon Completion of Drilling (mbgs) Cave-in Depth upon Completion of Drilling (mbgs) BH N/A Dry Open BH N/A N/A 2.1 BH N/A Dry Open BH N/A Dry Open BH N/A Dry Open BH N/A Dry Open BH Open BH N/A 2.5 BH N/A Dry Open BH N/A Dry Open Note: mbgs = meters below ground surface Monitoring well (51 mm in diameter) was installed to monitor groundwater level. The monitoring well construction details and measured groundwater level are shown in the borehole logs and are also summarized in the following table. Boreholes Screen Interval (mbgs) Water Level (mbgs) Date of Monitoring Water Level (mbgs) Date of Monitoring August 21, 2018 August 22, 2018 BH BH Dry - BH Note: mbgs = meters below ground surface It should be noted that groundwater levels can vary and are subject to seasonal fluctuations in response to weather events. 3.3 Laboratory Testing Results In the laboratory, each soil sample was examined as to its visual and textural characteristics by the Project Engineer. Moisture content determinations were carried out on all granular base/subbase and subgrade soil samples. Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

8 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario Sieve analysis was completed on selected samples of the recovered granular base/subbase materials, and the results were compared to TS 1010 Granular A and Granular B Type I specifications. The gradation distribution curves for these samples are presented in attached Figures, and a summary of the results is provided in the following table. Sample TS 1010 Granular A TS 1010 Granular B Type I BH17-3 AS1A BH17-5 AS1A BH17-9 AS1A Does not meet requirements due to excessive percentages passing some sieves Does not meet requirements due to excessive percentages passing most sieves Does not meet requirements due to excessive percentages passing some sieves Meet the requirements Does not meet requirements due to excessive fines (11.1% passing mm sieve) Does not meet requirements due to excessive fines (9.6% passing mm sieve) Grain size analysis was carried out on selected samples to confirm the visual descriptions of the subgrade soils. The grain size distribution curves are presented in the attached Figures, and a summary of the results is provided in the following table. Soil Sample ID Soil Depth (m) Description BH17-3 SS Clayey Silt Till BH17-5 SS Clayey Silt Till BH17-10 SS Clayey Silt Till to Silty Clay Till 4 ASBESTOS ANALYSIS RESULTS Asphalt concrete cores were taken along the roadway sections close to the proposed alignment of the watermain replacement. Each core was split into two portions between surface layer and binder layer. These asphalt samples were submitted to Eurofins Environmental Laboratories ( Eurofins ) in Ottawa, Ontario to determine if asbestos fibres are present in the existing asphalt concrete. To analyze for asbestos in asphalt samples, Eurofins uses mineralogical characterisation by polarised light microscopy and dispersion staining colours in accordance with EPA 600/R- 93/116 method. Based on the analytical results, no asbestos fibres were identified in the asphalt concrete core samples. A summary of asphalt concrete cores and asbestos testing results is attached in Appendix A, and a copy of asbestos analysis results with the Laboratory Certificates of Analysis are provided in Appendix B. Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

9 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario 5 HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY The hydraulic conductivity (K-value) of the soils was estimated based on the results obtained from the grain size analyses of selected soil samples and from the single well response tests (slug tests) provided as follows. 5.1 Grain Size Distribution Method Grain size analyses (sieve and hydrometer) was carried out on selected soil samples collected from the selected boreholes at the Site, and the results of grain size analyses are presented in attached Figure(s). The hydraulic conductivity of the selected soil samples was estimated using applicable empirical equations based on the particle size gradation details. A summary of the result(s) is provided in the following table. Borehole ID Sample # Soil Sample Depth (mbgs) Soil Type K Value (cm/s) BH17-3 SS Clayey Silt 5.6 x 10-7 BH17-5 SS Clayey Silt 1.9 x 10-7 BH17-10 SS Clayey Silt 1.0 x Single Well Response Test (Slug Test) Method The field slug test was completed either using a rising head method in which a certain amount of groundwater was removed from the tested monitoring well or using a falling head method in which a certain volume of potable was added into the tested monitoring well, and the recovery of water level was measured and recorded. Before purging or introducing the water, a datalogger was placed in the monitoring well to record the change in water head versus time throughout the test. The retrieved water level data was plotted on a semi-logarithmic scale using Hvorslev s method to estimate the hydraulic conductivity values. Slug test result(s) and K-value estimation in the selected monitoring well(s) is included in Appendix C. A summary of K value estimated as per slug test(s) is presented in the following table. Borehole No. Screen Interval (mbgs) Primary Soil Hydraulic Conductivity (cm/s) BH Clayey Silt Till 1.8 x 10-5 BH Clayey Silt, Clayey Silt Till 2.0 x 10-6 BH Clayey Silt Till; Sandy Silt Till 1.4 x 10-6 Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

10 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario 6 ENVIRONMENTAL SOIL ANALYTICAL RESULTS 6.1 Soil Sample Submission Selected soil samples were submitted to Eurofins Environmental Laboratories ( Eurofins ) in Ottawa, Ontario for chemical analyses. Descriptions of the selected soil samples and analytical parameters are presented in the following table: Sample ID Soil Depth (mbgs) Primary Soil Analytical Parameters BH17-2 Sandy Silt Fill and Sandy Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH17-3 Sandy Silt Fill and Clayey Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH17-4 Sandy Silt Fill and Clayey Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH17-5 Sandy Silt Probable Fill and Clayey Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH Sandy Silt and Clayey Silt M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH Clayey Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH Sand Fill and Clayey Silt M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs BH17-10 Clayey Silt (Probable) Fill and Clayey Silt Till M&I; BTEX; PAHs; PHCs; VOCs Note: M&I = Metals and Inorganics BTEX = Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes PAHs = Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons PHCs = Petroleum Hydrocarbons Fractions F1 to F4 VOCs = Volatile Organic Compounds In addition, a composite sample from recovered spoon soil sample from each of Boreholes BH17-2, BH17-3, BH17-4, BH17-5, BH17-6, BH17-7, BH17-9 and BH17-10 was tested for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) for metals and inorganics. It should be noted that at the time of the sampling, no obvious visual or olfactory evidence of environmental impact (i.e. staining or odours) was observed at the sampling locations. 6.2 Soil Analysis Results A total of eight (8) soil samples were analysed for M&I, BTEX, PAHs, VOCs and PHCs under Ontario Regulation 153/04 ( O. Reg. 153/04 ) as amended. A copy of the soil analytical results is provided in the Laboratory Certificates of Analyse, attached to Appendix D. The soil analytical results were compared with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Soil, Ground Water and Sediment Standards for Use Under Part XV.1 of the Environmental Protection Act, April 2011, Table 1: Full Depth Background Site Condition Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

11 Factual Data Report GeoPro Project: G17 Toronto Water and Transportation Services Program Geotechnical Investigation Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive, City of Toronto, Ontario Standards for Residential/Parkland/Institutional/Industrial/Commercial/Community Property Uses (2011 MOECC Table 1 Standards); Table 2: Full Depth Generic Site Condition Standards in a Potable Ground Water Condition (2011 MOECC Table 2 Standards), and Table 3: Full Depth Generic Site Condition Standards in a non-potable Ground Water Condition (2011 MOECC Table 3 Standards). Based on the comparison, exceedances of the MOECC Table 1, Table 2 and/or Table 3 standards were noted and summarized in the following table. Soil Sample ID Parameter Detected Value / Unit MOECC Table 2 MOECC Table 2 MOECC Table 1 and 3 and 3 Standards Standards Standards (R/P/I) Guideline Value (I/C/C) Guideline Value Guideline Value EC 1.08 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-2 Selenium SAR EC 0.92 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-3 Selenium SAR EC 1.80 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-4 Selenium SAR EC 0.97 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-5 Selenium SAR EC 1.92 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-6 Selenium SAR Chromium VI BH17-7 EC 1.04 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm Selenium SAR BH17-9 EC 1.49 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm SAR EC 0.86 ms/cm 0.57 ms/cm 0.7 ms/cm 1.4 ms/cm BH17-10 Selenium SAR Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, ON Tel: Fax:

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13 DRAWINGS

14 Finch Ave W Westmore Dr CH17-1 BH17-1 CH17-2 CH17-3 BH17-2 CH17-4 BH17-3 Legend: Client: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited Project No.: G17 Drawing No.: 1A Borehole Location Corehole Location Drawn: Date: Original Size: SD January, 2018 Letter Approved: Scale: Rev: DL N.T.S JY Title: Project: Borehole Location Plan Geotechnical Investigation for Toronto Water and Transportation Services 2019 Program Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive from Finch Avenue West to Albion Road, Toronto, Ontario

15 Carrier Dr CH17-7 Westmore Dr BH17-3 CH17-5 BH17-4 BH17-5 CH17-6 BH17-6 CH17-8 Legend: Client: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited Project No.: G17 Drawing No.: 1B Borehole Location Corehole Location Drawn: Date: Original Size: SD January, 2018 Letter Approved: Scale: Rev: DL N.T.S JY Title: Project: Borehole Location Plan Geotechnical Investigation for Toronto Water and Transportation Services 2019 Program Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive from Finch Avenue West to Albion Road, Toronto, Ontario

16 Westmore Dr BH17-7 CH17-9 CH17-10 BH17-8 CH17-11 BH17-9 CH17-12 BH17-10 CH17-13 Albion Rd Albion Rd Legend: Client: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited Project No.: G17 Drawing No.: 1C Borehole Location Corehole Location Drawn: Date: Original Size: SD January, 2018 Letter Approved: Scale: Rev: DL N.T.S JY Title: Project: Borehole Location Plan Geotechnical Investigation for Toronto Water and Transportation Services 2019 Program Watermain Replacement on Westmore Drive from Finch Avenue West to Albion Road, Toronto, Ontario

17 ENCLOSURES

18 Enclosure 1A: Notes on Sample Descriptions 1. Each soil stratum is described according to the Modified Unified Soil Classification System. The compactness condition of cohesionless soils (SPT) and the consistency of cohesive soils (undrained shear strength) are defined according to Canadian Foundation Engineering Manual, 4 th Edition. Different soil classification systems may be used by others. Please note that a description of the soil stratums is based on visual and tactile examination of the samples augmented with field and laboratory test results, such as a grain size analysis and/or Atterberg Limits testing. Visual classification is not sufficiently accurate to provide exact grain sizing or precise differentiation between size classification systems. 2. Fill: Where fill is designated on the borehole log it is defined as indicated by the sample recovered during the boring process. The reader is cautioned that fills are heterogeneous in nature and variable in density or degree of compaction. The borehole description may therefore not be applicable as a general description of site fill materials. All fills should be expected to contain obstruction such as wood, large concrete pieces or subsurface basements, floors, tanks, etc., none of these may have been encountered in the boreholes. Since boreholes cannot accurately define the contents of the fill, test pits are recommended to provide supplementary information. Despite the use of test pits, the heterogeneous nature of fill will leave some ambiguity as to the exact composition of the fill. Most fills contain pockets, seams, or layers of organically contaminated soil. This organic material can result in the generation of methane gas and/or significant ongoing and future settlements. Fill at this site may have been monitored for the presence of methane gas and, if so, the results are given on the borehole logs. The monitoring process does not indicate the volume of gas that can be potentially generated nor does it pinpoint the source of the gas. These readings are to advise of the presence of gas only, and a detailed study is recommended for sites where any explosive gas/methane is detected. Some fill material may be contaminated by toxic/hazardous waste that renders it unacceptable for deposition in any but designated land fill sites; unless specifically stated the fill on this site has not been tested for contaminants that may be considered toxic or hazardous. This testing and a potential hazard study can be undertaken if requested. In most residential/commercial areas undergoing reconstruction, buried oil tanks are common and are generally not detected in a conventional preliminary geotechnical site investigation. 3. Till: The term till on the borehole logs indicates that the material originates from a geological process associated with glaciation. Because of this geological process the till must be considered heterogeneous in composition and as such may contain pockets and/or seams of material such as sand, gravel, silt or clay. Till often contains cobbles (60 to 200 mm) or boulders (over 200 mm). Contractors may therefore encounter cobbles and boulders during excavation, even if they are not indicated by the borings. It should be appreciated that normal sampling equipment cannot differentiate the size or type of any obstruction. Because of the horizontal and vertical variability of till, the sample description may be applicable to a very limited zone; caution is therefore essential when dealing with sensitive excavations or dewatering programs in till materials.

19 Enclosure 1B: Explanation of Terms Used in the Record of Boreholes Sample Type AS BS CS DO DS FS NR RC SC SS SH ST TO TP WS Auger sample Block sample Chunk sample Drive open Dimension type sample Foil sample No recovery Rock core Soil core Spoon sample Shelby tube Sample Slotted tube Thin-walled, open Thin-walled, piston Wash sample Penetration Resistance Standard Penetration Resistance (SPT), N: The number of blows by a 63.5 kg (140 lb) hammer dropped 760 mm (30 in) required to drive a 50 mm (2 in) drive open sampler for a distance of 300 mm (12 in). PM Samples advanced by manual pressure WR Samples advanced by weight of sampler and rod WH Samples advanced by static weight of hammer Dynamic Cone Penetration Resistance, Nd: The number of blows by a 63.5 kg (140 lb) hammer dropped 760 mm (30 in) to drive uncased a 50 mm (2 in) diameter, 60 o cone attached to A size drill rods for a distance of 300 mm (12 in). Piezo-Cone Penetration Test (CPT): An electronic cone penetrometer with a 60 degree conical tip and a projected end area of 10 cm² pushed through ground at a penetration rate of 2 cm/s. Measurement of tip resistance (Qt), porewater pressure (PWP) and friction along a sleeve are recorded electronically at 25 mm penetration intervals. Textural Classification of Soils (ASTM D2487) Classification Particle Size Boulders > 300 mm Cobbles 75 mm mm Gravel 4.75 mm - 75 mm Sand mm 4.75 mm Silt mm mm Clay <0.002 mm(*) (*) Canadian Foundation Engineering Manual (4 th Edition) Coarse Grain Soil Description (50% greater than mm) Terminology Proportion Trace 0-10% Some 10-20% Adjective (e.g. silty or sandy) 20-35% And (e.g. sand and gravel) > 35% Soil Description a) Cohesive Soils(*) Consistency Undrained Shear SPT N Value Strength (kpa) Very soft < Soft Firm Stiff Very stiff Hard >200 >30 (*) Hierarchy of Shear Strength prediction 1. Lab triaxial test 2. Field vane shear test 3. Lab. vane shear test 4. SPT N value 5. Pocket penetrometer b) Cohesionless Soils Compactness Condition (Formerly Relative Density) Very loose <4 Loose 4-10 Compact Dense Very dense >50 SPT N Value Soil Tests w Water content wp Plastic limit wl Liquid limit C Consolidation (oedometer) test CID Consolidated isotropically drained triaxial test CIU consolidated isotropically undrained triaxial test with porewater pressure measurement DR Relative density (specific gravity, Gs) DS Direct shear test ENV Environmental/ chemical analysis M Sieve analysis for particle size MH Combined sieve and hydrometer (H) analysis MPC Modified proctor compaction test SPC Standard proctor compaction test OC Organic content test U Unconsolidated Undrained Triaxial Test V Field vane (LV-laboratory vane test) γ Unit weight

20 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (210 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: NS SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 2 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.2 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (370 mm) 1A AS 0.6 FILL: sandy silt, some clay, trace gravel, layers of clayey silt, brown, moist, loose 1B AS 1 2A SS CLAYEY SILT: trace to some sand, trace gravel, layers of sandy silt, brown, moist, firm to very stiff 2B SS 3 SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : SANDY SILT TILL: some clay, trace gravel, layers/zones of clayey silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, compact to dense END OF BOREHOLE Note: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 30 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

21 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (230 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: DL SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 3 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.2 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (370 mm) 1A AS 0.6 FILL: sandy silt, trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers of clayey silt, layers of silty fine sand, brown, moist, compact 1B AS 1 2 SS 19 3A SS SANDY SILT TILL: trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers of clayey silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, compact 3B SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : CLAYEY SILT TILL: trace to some sand, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, layers of silty fine sand, containing cobbles and boulders, grey, moist, very stiff END OF BOREHOLE Note: 1) Borehole caved at a depth of 2.1 m below ground surface (mbgs) upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 18 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

22 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (270 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER Concrete METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: HR SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 4 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.3 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (310 mm) 1A AS FILL: sandy silt, some clay, trace gravel, organic inclusions, layers/zones of clayey silt, brown, moist, compact 1B AS Bentonite 1 2 SS CLAYEY SILT TILL: some sand, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, seams of silty sand, containing cobbles and boulders, brown to grey, moist, stiff to very stiff 3 SS mBGS Aug 22 2 Sand 01 - GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : grey END OF BOREHOLE Notes: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 2) 51 mm dia. monitoring well was installed in borehole upon completion of drilling. Water Level Reading Date W. L Depth (mbgs) August 22, SS SS Screen Natural Pack GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

23 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (210 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: KL SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 5 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.2 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (370 mm) 1A AS 0.6 FILL: sandy silt, trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers of clayey silt, layers of silty fine sand, brown, moist, compact 1B AS 1 2 SS CLAYEY SILT TILL: trace to some sand, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, layers of silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown to grey, moist, very stiff 3 SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : grey END OF BOREHOLE Note: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 21 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

24 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (250 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: CK SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 6 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.3 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (380 mm) 1A AS PROBABLE FILL: sandy silt, trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers/zones of clayey silt, brown, moist, compact 1B AS 1 2 SS CLAYEY SILT TILL: some sand, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, layers of clayey silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown to grey, moist, stiff to very stiff 3 SS auger grinding GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : grey END OF BOREHOLE Note: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 4 5 SS SS GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

25 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (240 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: KL SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 7 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.2 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (270 mm) 1A AS 0.5 FILL: clayey silt, sandy, trace gravel, brown, moist 1B AS SANDY SILT: trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers of silt, brown, moist, compact 2 SS CLAYEY SILT: trace to some sand, trace gravel, brown, moist, very stiff 3 SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : CLAYEY SILT TILL: some sand, trace gravel, layers of sandy silt, containing shale fragments, cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, very stiff END OF BOREHOLE Note: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 17 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

26 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (200 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: KL SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 8 Liquid Limit w L WATER CONTENT (%) UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.2 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (450 mm) 1A AS FILL: clayey silt, trace to some sand, trace gravel, brown, moist CLAYEY SILT TILL: some sand, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt till, layers/zones of sandy silt, layers of clayey silt, containing shale fragments, cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, very stiff to hard 1B 2 AS SS 26 3 SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : END OF BOREHOLE Notes: 1) Water encountered at a depth of 0.6 m below ground surface (mbgs) during drilling. 2) Water was at a depth of 1.8 mbgs upon completion of drilling. 3) Borehole was open upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 23 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

27 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) 0.0 SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (250 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER TYPE "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: KL SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 9 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.3 GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (310 mm) 1A AS 0.6 FILL: silty sand to sand and silt, trace clay, trace gravel, layers of clayey silt, brown, moist to wet, very loose to loose 1B AS 1 2 SS 8 3 SS GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : SANDY SILT TILL: trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, compact END OF BOREHOLE Notes: 1) Water encountered at a depth of 0.8 m below ground surface (mbgs) during drilling. 2) Borehole caved at a depth of 2.5 mbgs upon completion of drilling. 4 SS 27 GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

28 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (220 mm) GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (260 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER 1A TYPE AS "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER Concrete METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: HR SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 10 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.5 FILL: sand, trace to some silt, trace gravel, pockets of clayey silt, brown, moist to wet, loose 1B AS Bentonite 1 2 SS CLAYEY SILT: trace to some sand, trace gravel, layers of sandy silt, brown, moist, very stiff 3 SS 20 2 Sand 01 - GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : CLAYEY SILT TILL: trace to some sand, trace gravel, layers of sandy silt, seams of silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, very stiff END OF BOREHOLE Notes: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 2) 51 mm dia. monitoring well was installed in borehole upon completion of drilling. Water Level Reading Date W. L Depth (mbgs) August 21, 2018 Dry 4 5 SS SS Screen Natural Pack GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

29 LOG OF BOREHOLE BH OF 1 PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLIENT: The Municipal Infrastructure Group Limited PROJECT LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario DATUM: N/A BH LOCATION: See Borehole Location Plan ELEV DEPTH (m) SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTION ASPHALT: (225 mm) GRANULAR BASE/SUBBASE: (325 mm) STRATA PLOT SAMPLES NUMBER 1A TYPE AS "N" BLOWS/0.3m GROUND WATER Concrete METHOD: Continuous Flight Auger - Auto Hammer FIELD ENGINEER: HR SAMPLE REVIEW: TY CHECKED: DL ELEVATION DYNAMIC PENETRATION TEST SPT Cone blows/0.3m SHEAR STRENGTH (kpa) Unconfined Field Vane & Sensitivity Quick Triaxial Penetrometer Lab Vane DRILLING DATA Plastic Limit w P Natural Moisture Content w DIAMETER: 155 mm DATE: REF. NO.: G17 ENCL. NO.: 11 w L WATER CONTENT (%) Liquid Limit UNIT WT (kn/m 3 ) REMARKS AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION (%) GR SA SI CL 0.6 FILL: clayey silt, trace to some sand, trace gravel, organic inclusions, layers of sandy silt, brown, moist, very stiff 1B 2A AS SS Bentonite PROBABLE FILL: clayey silt, trace to some sand, trace gravel, brown, moist, very stiff 2B SS CLAYEY SILT TILL TO SILTY CLAY TILL: some sand to sandy, trace gravel, layers/zones of sandy silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, very stiff 3 SS 23 2 Sand 01 - GEOPRO SOIL LOG GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB - TY - MYB.GPJ : SANDY SILT TILL: trace to some clay, trace gravel, layers/zones of clayey silt, containing cobbles and boulders, brown, moist, dense END OF BOREHOLE Notes: 1) Borehole was open and dry upon completion of drilling. 2) 51 mm dia. monitoring well was installed in borehole upon completion of drilling. Water Level Reading Date W. L Depth (mbgs) August 21, SS SS Screen 2.9mBGS Aug 21 Natural Pack GRAPH 3 GROUNDWATER ELEVATIONS, 3 : Numbers refer =3% Strain at Failure NOTES to Sensitivity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Measurement

30 FIGURES

31 PASSING WEIGHT (%) GEOPRO_GS OPSS 1010 A & B GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB.GPJ : BH17-03 BH17-05 BH COBBLES Specimen Identification AS1A AS1A AS1A GRAVEL coarse fine coarse medium fine OPSS 1010 GRANULAR A GRAIN SIZE (MM) D100 D60 D30 D10 %Gravel LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N6 Tel: Fax: PROJECT NO.: G17 FIGURE NO.: 1 SAND OPSS 1010 GRANULAR B TYPE I GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION %Sand PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement SAMPLED ON: TESTED ON: FINES %Fines

32 100 U.S. SIEVE OPENING IN INCHES U.S. SIEVE NUMBERS HYDROMETER /4 1/2 3/ PASSING WEIGHT (%) GEOPRO_GRAIN_SIZE GEOPRO BH LOG DATA G MYB - TY - MYB-LAB.GPJ :05 0 BH17-03 BH17-05 BH17-10 COBBLES 100 Specimen Identification Specimen Identification BH17-03 BH17-05 BH17-10 SS4 SS5 SS4 SS4 SS5 SS GRAVEL 10 coarse fine coarse D D GRAIN SIZE (MM) medium SAND Classification D D10 LOCATION: Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N6 Tel: Fax: PROJECT NO.: G17 FIGURE NO.: 2 fine 0.1 %Gravel LL 0.01 SILT %Sand GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION SAMPLED ON: TESTED ON: PL PI Cc Cu %Silt PROJECT: Geotechnical Investigation for Proposed Sewer/Watermain Replacement CLAY %Clay

33 APPENDIX A

34 SUMMARY OF ASPHALT CORES AND ASBESTOS RESULTS Westmore Drive Core Number Location AC Thickness (mm) AC Layer (mm) Asbestos Content (%) CH17-1 Finsh Avenue West, about 3 m East of Westmore Drive Intersection, Westbound Lane, 1.0 m South of North Curb 190 Top = 75 *Bottom = 115 No visible fibres detected CH17-2 Westmore Drive, about 95 m North of Finsh Avenue West Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 240 Top = 45 *Bottom = 195 No visible fibres detected CH17-3 Westmore Drive, about 180 m North of Finsh Avenue West Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 240 Top = 40 *Bottom = 200 No visible fibres detected CH17-4 Westmore Drive, about 260 m North of Finsh Avenue West Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 205 Top = 45 *Bottom = 160 No visible fibres detected CH17-5 Westmore Drive, about 200 m South of Carrier Drive Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 230 Top = 40 *Bottom = 190 No visible fibres detected CH17-6 Westmore Drive, about 60 m South of Carrier Drive Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 230 Top = 40 *Bottom = 190 No visible fibres detected CH17-7 Carrier Drive, about 3 m West of Westmore Drive Intersection, Westbound Lane, 1.0 m South of North Curb 165 Top = 40 *Bottom = 125 No visible fibres detected CH17-8 Westmore Drive, about 100 m North of Carrier Drive Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 245 Top = 45 *Bottom = 200 No visible fibres detected CH17-9 Westmore Drive, about 180 m North of Carrier Drive Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 230 Top = 40 *Bottom = 190 No visible fibres detected CH17-10 Westmore Drive, about 190 m South of Albion Road Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 235 Top = 35 *Bottom = 200 No visible fibres detected

35 SUMMARY OF ASPHALT CORES AND ASBESTOS RESULTS Westmore Drive CH17-11 Westmore Drive, about 130 m South of Albion Road Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 225 Top = 35 *Bottom = 190 No visible fibres detected CH17-12 Westmore Drive, about 60 m South of Albion Road Intersection, Northbound Lane, 1.0 m West of East Curb 230 Top = 45 *Bottom = 185 No visible fibres detected CH17-13 Albion Road, about 3 m West of Westmore Drive Intersection, Eastbound Lane, 1.0 m North of South Curb 90 Top = 40 Bottom = 50 No visible fibres detected Asphalt Concrete: AC No steel slag aggregates present in any cores. * Bottom layer include additional sub binder layers Asbestos content maximum 0.5% in Ontario (MDL - 0.5%)

36 APPENDIX B

37 Ms. Sarena Medina 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill (Ontario) L4B 3K6 CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS CERTIFICATE # VERSION 1.0 Client : P.O. Number : Ottawa Project Our Project : Your Project : G17 Date Received : September 7 th 2018 Date Analysed: September 17 th 2018 MINERALOGICAL CHARACTERISATION BY POLARISED LIGHT MICROSCOPY AND DISPERSION STAINING COLOURS EPA METHOD EPA/600/R-93/116 Twenty-six (26) samples were submitted for analysis by polarised light microscopy and dispersion staining colours. The samples were prepared and observed using the following procedure: A fragment of each sample was isolated. If needed in order to extract the fibres, the samples are submitted to light mechanical crushing. The particles and fibres produced are transferred to a glass slide, covered with a cover glass and immersed in the appropriate refractive index liquids in order to observe the dispersion staining colours. The orthoscopic and conoscopic optical properties of the samples are also used if they permit further characterisation of the samples. The results are summarised as follows: CH17-1 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-1 Binder Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-2 Surface Brown and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-2 Binder Brown and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-3 Surface Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % 121 Boulevard Hymus T Pointe-Claire F Québec, Canada H9R 1E _PLM_Eurofins-Ottawa page 1 of 5

38 Client : P.O. Number : Ottawa Project Our Project : Your Project : G17 Date Received : September 7 th 2018 Date Analysed: September 17 th CH17-3 Binder Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-4 Surface Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-4 Binder Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-5 Surface Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-5 Binder Grey and brown material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-6 Surface Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-6 Binder Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-7 Surface Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % 121 Boulevard Hymus T Pointe-Claire F Québec, Canada H9R 1E _PLM_Eurofins-Ottawa page 2 of 5

39 Client : P.O. Number : Ottawa Project Our Project : Your Project : G17 Date Received : September 7 th 2018 Date Analysed: September 17 th CH17-7 Binder Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-8 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-8 Binder Black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-9 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-9 Binder Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-10 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-10 Binder Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-11 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % 121 Boulevard Hymus T Pointe-Claire F Québec, Canada H9R 1E _PLM_Eurofins-Ottawa page 3 of 5

40 Client : P.O. Number : Ottawa Project Our Project : Your Project : G17 Date Received : September 7 th 2018 Date Analysed: September 17 th CH17-11 Binder Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-12 Surface Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-12 Binder Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-13 Surface Brown and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % CH17-13 Binder Brown material Asbestos fibres Synthetic fibres Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % None detected Traces Quality control results Quality control consists in a second analysis of 10% of the samples analysed. A difference in terms of percentages is acceptable because of the visual and semi-quantitative nature of the analysis CH17-1 Surface QC * Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % * Acceptable Results : yes no 121 Boulevard Hymus T Pointe-Claire F Québec, Canada H9R 1E _PLM_Eurofins-Ottawa page 4 of 5

41 Client : P.O. Number : Ottawa Project Our Project : Your Project : G17 Date Received : September 7 th 2018 Date Analysed: September 17 th 2018 Quality control results (cont.) CH17-6 Surface QC * Grey and black material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % * Acceptable Results : yes no CH17-11 Surface QC * Black and grey material Asbestos fibres None detected Naturally occurring organic fibres (cellulose) < 1 % Angular particles, fragments and other > 95 % * Acceptable Results : yes no Analysed and verified by: Sabrina Ait Slimane, Coordinator Notes : PLM has been known to miss asbestos in a small percentage of samples which contain asbestos. Therefore negative PLM results cannot be guaranteed. The analytical method is semi-quantitative. The applicability of this method varies between <1 % and 100 % (v/v). Eurofins suggests that certain samples reported as «None detected», «traces» or «<1%» be analysed by TEM. The present certificate relates only to the samples analysed. The presence certificate may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by Eurofins. The laboratory is not responsible for the accuracy of results when requested to physically separate and analyse layered samples. The laboratory is not responsible for the representativeness of the samples submitted for analysis. Samples will be kept for a period of 60 days or according to the written request of the client. EUROFINS Pointe-Claire participates in the AIHA PAT program for bulk asbestos 121 Boulevard Hymus T Pointe-Claire F Québec, Canada H9R 1E _PLM_Eurofins-Ottawa page 5 of 5

42 CHAIN OF CUSTODY a Is eu rofins D 146coronnaoRd, Unil S,ottaua ON (2Ery1 Ph (613)727'5692 Fax:1613) 727-s222 COC No a D a tr 608 Nor! coun, Kinglbn, on x7p2rs Ph: (613) 63r-9307 Far (613) tr 3.80VsnsckoRd. Unll630 St. Cat'.rin.s, on L2S0B5 Pir (905) Fax (905) O 2395 Speakman Drlve, Missssaws,0N, L5K 183 Phone (905)622-arlr Fax : (905) a6 l nl: GeoPro Consultng Lrmited SOG D Other Specfy I 40 Vooe Road R chmond Hr ON nvoice to the same as above? Yes / No, or ti QO. Reg. 558 ME anitary Sewer, lorm S6wBr, Citla_ PDF T- Excel Eother R6g 153/04 Tabl # _, CoaE6/Fin6, Surf&e/Subsudace i.nti ceopro Consuitnq Limiled Com-lnd / Res-Park / / GW / Other E 3 Business Oays (Rush) sample results this form part of a formal Record ol Site E 2 Business Days (Rush) E 1 Businoss oay (Rush) C) undor O Rsg. 153/04 ': E Other speciliy date) mail: c: Phone YES NO urchase Order #: this a drinking $/6ier $mple? YES / NO' Quole #': 1oooo,{ w.ter COC No ' lndlc tes a r6quh6d fi6ld I Pl6sE not6 that incomplels infomstion I may rosult in turneround time d6lays. Semples should b6 kepl cool(4-10'c) from sampling tim6lhrough drop-off at lhe laboralory o Sample Sampl! Lab use Sample ld' Dal6/Time Sampled' # Eottlos Location Only CHTT-1 Surface August asohall 1 baq II tttl tk q 'i) 7)) CH17-1.Brnder August asphalt 1 baq foronlo rnail: Phone roject i;:j;;%i;- CH17'2 Su.face August asphalt 1 bao Toronlo CH17-2 Binder August asphalt 1 bag,-]- CH17-3 Surface August asphalt 1 bag Toronlo -7I- ;r II I?< CH17-3. Binder Augusl asphalt 1 bag II II \ Cl-l17'a Surfac August asphalt 1 bag Toronlo II TI o- CH17-4 Ainder Augusl aspha t 1 bag II II '1 + I./l CH17-5 Surfe.e August aspha t T bag Toronto II II y't CH17'5, Rrnder August bag II II r II I n Samples R6linquishod By: DatE/Tim6: \0\afi.1 Wth,1u rnl Llt Samples Received By: Date/Time T6mpoaature: Condlllon: Tott Samples Relinquish6d gy Dale/Time Samples R6c6ived By Date/Irme rl II II II II II II ca ca 6 mal Turnaround Tlme I I I I II I AFSTDCOC,2

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45 APPENDIX C

46 Page 1 of 1 Slug Test: BH17-03 (Based on data from Datalogger - Falling Head Method - August 22, 2018) Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario Project No. : G17 H = Assumed Initial Water Head Conducted by: ED Ho = Water Head at time = 0 Interpretted by: MB h = Water Head/Level at time t Well Number: BH17-03 Screen Depth (mbgs): 1.5 ~ 3.0 Well Elevation (masl): - L = 150 cm Well Diameter: 2.0" ID R = 7.75 cm Static Water Level (mbgs): 1.40 r = 2.55 cm Finish Reading (H) m To = 3500 sec Start Reading (h 0 ) m K = r 2 ln(l/r)/(2lto) = 1.8E-05 cm/s 1.0 Slug Test Result (Hvorslev Method) Based on Datalogger Readings 0.37 (H-h)/(H-Ho) To= 3500s Elapsed Time (sec)

47 Page 1 of 1 Slug Test: BH17-09 (Based on data from Datalogger - Falling Head Method - August 21, 2018) Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario Project No. : G17 H = Assumed Initial Water Head Conducted by: ED Ho = Water Head at time = 0 Interpretted by: MB h = Water Head/Level at time t Well Number: BH17-09 Screen Depth (mbgs): 1.5 ~ 3.0 Well Elevation (masl): - L = 50.1 cm Well Diameter: 2.0" ID R = 7.75 cm Static Water Level (mbgs): Dry r = 2.55 cm Finish Reading (H) m To = sec Start Reading (h 0 ) m K = r 2 ln(l/r)/(2lto) = 2.0E-06 cm/s 1.0 Slug Test Result (Hvorslev Method) Based on Datalogger Readings 0.37 (H-h)/(H-Ho) To= 60000s Elapsed Time (sec)

48 Page 1 of 1 Slug Test: BH17-10 (Based on data from Datalogger - Falling Head Method - August 21, 2018) Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario Project No. : G17 H = Assumed Initial Water Head Conducted by: ED Ho = Water Head at time = 0 Interpretted by: MB h = Water Head/Level at time t Well Number: BH17-10 Screen Depth (mbgs): 1.5 ~ 3.0 Well Elevation (masl): - L = 60.6 cm Well Diameter: 2.0" ID R = 7.75 cm Static Water Level (mbgs): 2.90 r = 2.55 cm Finish Reading (H) m To = sec Start Reading (h 0 ) m K = r 2 ln(l/r)/(2lto) = 1.4E-06 cm/s 1.0 Slug Test Result (Hvorslev Method) Based on Datalogger Readings 0.37 (H-h)/(H-Ho) To= 80000s Elapsed Time (sec)

49 APPENDIX D

50 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: Invoice to: PO#: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Page 1 of 12 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Temperature (C): 21 Custody Seal: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: Sarah Horner, Inorganics Technician Long Qu, Organics Supervisor Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins (Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

51 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Exceedence Summary Sample I.D. Group Analyte Result Units Criteria BH17-10 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 0.86 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-10 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-10 Subcontracted Sodium Adsorption Ratio 11.4 N/A STD 2.4 BH17-3 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 0.92 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-3 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-3 Subcontracted Sodium Adsorption Ratio 5.11 N/A STD 2.4 BH17-9 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 1.49 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-9 Subcontracted Sodium Adsorption Ratio 22.8 N/A STD 2.4 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

52 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Hydrocarbons Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 PHC's F1 10 STD 25 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F1-BTEX 10 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F STD 10 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F STD 240 <20 <20 <20 PHC's F STD 120 <20 <20 <20 Lab I.D. Metals Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Antimony STD 1.3 <1 <1 <1 Arsenic STD Barium STD Beryllium STD 2.5 <1 <1 <1 Boron (Hot Water Soluble) <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 Boron (total) STD Cadmium STD 1.2 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 Chromium Total STD Chromium VI STD 0.66 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 Cobalt STD Copper STD Lead STD Mercury STD 0.27 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

53 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Metals Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Molybdenum STD 2 <1 <1 <1 Nickel STD Selenium STD 1.5 2* 1 2* Silver STD 0.5 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 Thallium STD 1 <1 <1 <1 Uranium STD 2.5 <0.5 < Vanadium STD Zinc STD PAH Lab I.D. Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH methylnaphthalene < < < Acenaphthene STD < < < Acenaphthylene STD < < < Anthracene STD 0.16 < < < Benz[a]anthracene STD 0.36 < < < Benzo[a]pyrene STD 0.3 < < < Benzo[b]fluoranthene STD 0.47 < < < Benzo[ghi]perylene STD 0.68 < < < Benzo[k]fluoranthene STD 0.48 < < < Chrysene STD 2.8 < < < Dibenz[a h]anthracene STD 0.1 < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

54 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. PAH Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Fluoranthene STD 0.56 < < < Fluorene STD 0.12 < < < Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene STD 0.23 < < < Methlynaphthalene, STD 0.59 < < < Methlynaphthalene, STD 0.59 < < < Naphthalene STD 0.09 < < < Phenanthrene STD 0.69 < < < Pyrene STD 1 < < < Lab I.D. Subcontract-Inorg Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Sodium Adsorption Ratio N/A STD * 22.8* 11.4* Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

55 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Benzene 0.02 STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Ethylbenzene STD < < < Toluene 0.20 STD 0.2 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 Xylene Mixture STD < < < Xylene, m/p- < < < Xylene, o- < < < Lab I.D. Inorganics Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Cyanide (CN-) STD 1 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 Electrical Conductivity ms/cm STD * 1.49* 0.86* ph - CaCl Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 6 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

56 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Moisture Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Moisture-Humidite % Lab I.D. PHC Surrogate Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Alpha-androstrane % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 7 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

57 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. VOCs Surrogates Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Toluene-d8 0 % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 8 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

58 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits methylnaphthalene Moisture-Humidite Electrical Conductivity < Boron (Hot Water Soluble) ms/cm < Chromium VI < Mercury < Silver < Arsenic < Boron (total) < Barium < Beryllium < Cadmium < Cobalt < Chromium Total < Copper < Molybdenum < Nickel < Lead < Antimony < Selenium < Thallium < Uranium < Vanadium < Zinc < Methlynaphthalene, 1- < Methlynaphthalene, 2- < Acenaphthene < Acenaphthylene < Anthracene < Benz[a]anthracene < Benzo[a]pyrene < Benzo[b]fluoranthene < Benzo[ghi]perylene < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 9 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

59 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Benzo[k]fluoranthene < Chrysene < Dibenz[a h]anthracene < Fluoranthene < Fluorene < Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene < Naphthalene < Phenanthrene < Pyrene < Benzene < Ethylbenzene < PHC's F1 < PHC's F1-BTEX Xylene, m/p- < Xylene, o- < Toluene < Xylene Mixture ph - CaCl Sodium Adsorption Ratio 2 Cyanide (CN-) < PHC's F2 < PHC's F3 < PHC's F4 < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 10 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

60 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method methylnaphthalene C_M P Moisture-Humidite Manual RRK C SM2540B Electrical Conductivity Electrical Conductivity Mete AC Cond-Soil Boron (Hot Water Soluble) icap OES SKH Boron HWE Chromium VI Flame AA H_D M US EPA 3060A Mercury Cetac Hg Analyzer SKH M SM3112B-3500B Silver H_D EPA Arsenic H_D EPA Boron (total) H_D EPA Barium H_D EPA Beryllium H_D EPA Cadmium H_D EPA Cobalt H_D EPA Chromium Total H_D EPA Copper H_D EPA Molybdenum H_D EPA Nickel H_D EPA Lead H_D EPA Antimony H_D EPA Selenium H_D EPA Thallium H_D EPA Uranium H_D EPA Vanadium H_D EPA Zinc H_D EPA Methlynaphthalene, 1- C_M P Methlynaphthalene, 2- C_M P Acenaphthene C_M P Acenaphthylene C_M P Anthracene C_M P Benz[a]anthracene C_M P Benzo[a]pyrene C_M P Benzo[b]fluoranthene C_M P Benzo[ghi]perylene C_M P 8270 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 11 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

61 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Benzo[k]fluoranthene C_M P Chrysene C_M P Dibenz[a h]anthracene C_M P Fluoranthene C_M P Fluorene C_M P Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene C_M P Naphthalene C_M P Phenanthrene C_M P Pyrene C_M P 8270 Benzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylbenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B PHC's F1 GC/FID TJB CCME PHC's F1-BTEX GC/FID TJB CCME Xylene, m/p- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, o- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Toluene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene Mixture GC/MS TJB V 8260B ph - CaCl2 ph Meter AC Ag Soil Sodium Adsorption Ratio SDC SUBCONTRACT P-INORG Cyanide (CN-) Skalar CN Analyzer C_F C SM4500-CNC PHC's F2 GC/FID RRK CCME PHC's F3 GC/FID RRK CCME PHC's F4 GC/FID RRK CCME Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 12 of 12 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

62 CHAIN OF CUSTODY t$ eu rofins O 1,f6 c.bnnado Rd. Uuil8 odas. on X2E 7Yl Ph (613) Faxl613ll27-Sn2 O 608l0.ll3 Courl K'tsslon,0N KIP2R9 Ph: (613) 63/+9307 Far: (613 ) 63,{-9308 tr 360 VarEicllo Rd, Unat630. St CatErirles, ON L2S0&5 Pt:(905)660{E67 Far r (90 5) O 2395 Sp6atman &ivo, Mbslssal4a. ot,l, LsK18n Phdr. r (90s) 822-{1 I 1 Far : (905) 8231{,16 LAAORATORY USE i Report lntormatlon': Client: GeoP,! cotrsu rnq Lrm ed Contacl: sarena M.dma Address: aovoger Road Richmond Hirr on sa,enam6leop,oo's,rr'nq ca Phon6: gob::r e:$ Propa: i7iie11 lnvolco lnlornatlon*: lnvoice to ths semo es above? Y6s / No, or: Clignt: ceproconsu[ing L mrred Contact Address: n Purchase Order #: Exova Ouote #': Phone SOG PWQO t. Reo.558 CME itary S w r. City S w6r, t. Reg 153/04 Comin E Olher, Specify: Surface/Subsurface ril GW/ Olher sample results this su form part of a lormal Record of Site C)under O.Reg. 153/{X' YES NO ls thrs a drink ng water sample? YES / NO ' lf yes, complete the drinking watet COC No Additlonal Emall/Fax: 1, sar namo!eoproconsullns * 2. lno e ilan.ych F R oorl Formrt: E PDF E Excet Elother, specify: Turnaround Time (rush surchetoes,ra v apprv )' tr s Eusiness Days (Standard) [f 3 Business Days (Rush) E 2 Business Days (Rush) D 1 Busaness Day (Rush) E Other (specify date) Notes: ' lndicates a r6quh6d fi ld Plsase nolo that incomplete information may result in lurnaround time delays. Samples should b6 kept cool (4-10'C) from sampling time lhrough drop-off ai the laboralory Sample Leb ljs6 Sample D' Date/Time Sampled" Matrix' # Botuos I Sample Location Only - BH17-3. July26.20TB SOIL I.>fl _4_ BH17-S Ju y26,2018 SOIL 4 I I Ltt- July26,2018 SOIL.{ r+l AH17-10 I II II IIIIIIIII I I IIII IIIII 03 R linqur6h d By: 5d lu l,?ort 0 Samples Relinquished By: Date/Iime: By I S il t I I ti I I C II II II II II II IT I I I AFSTDCOC.2

63 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: Invoice to: PO#: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Page 1 of 11 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Temperature (C): 21 Custody Seal: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: Addrine Thomas, Inorganics Supervisor Long Qu, Organics Supervisor Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins (Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

64 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Exceedence Summary Sample I.D. Group Analyte Result Units Criteria BH17-2 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 1.08 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-2 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-2 Misc/Others Sodium Adsorption Ratio 7.42 STD 2.4 BH17-4 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 1.80 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-4 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-4 Misc/Others Sodium Adsorption Ratio 27.9 STD 2.4 BH17-5 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 0.97 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-5 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-5 Misc/Others Sodium Adsorption Ratio 23.0 STD 2.4 BH17-6 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 1.92 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-6 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-6 Misc/Others Sodium Adsorption Ratio 9.16 STD 2.4 BH17-7 Misc/Others Chromium VI 0.81 STD 0.66 BH17-7 Misc/Others Electrical Conductivity 1.04 ms/cm STD 0.57 BH17-7 Misc/Others Selenium 2 STD 1.5 BH17-7 Misc/Others Sodium Adsorption Ratio 11.5 STD 2.4 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

65 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Hydrocarbons Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 PHC's F STD 25 <10 <10 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F1-BTEX <10 <10 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F STD 10 <10 <10 <10 <10 <10 PHC's F STD 240 <20 <20 <20 <20 <20 PHC's F STD < <20 Lab I.D. Metals Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Antimony STD 1.3 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Arsenic STD Barium STD Beryllium STD 2.5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Boron (Hot Water Soluble) <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 Boron (total) STD Cadmium STD 1.2 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 Chromium Total STD Chromium VI STD 0.66 < < * Cobalt STD Copper STD Lead STD Mercury STD 0.27 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

66 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Metals Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Molybdenum STD 2 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Nickel STD Selenium STD 1.5 2* 2* 2* 2* 2* Silver STD 0.5 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 Thallium STD 1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Uranium STD 2.5 < Vanadium STD Zinc STD PAH Lab I.D. Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH methylnaphthalene < < < < < Acenaphthene STD < < < < < Acenaphthylene STD < < < < < Anthracene STD 0.16 < < < < < Benz[a]anthracene STD 0.36 < < < < < Benzo[a]pyrene STD 0.3 < < < < < Benzo[b]fluoranthene STD 0.47 < < < < < Benzo[ghi]perylene STD 0.68 < < < < < Benzo[k]fluoranthene STD 0.48 < < < < < Chrysene STD 2.8 < < < < < Dibenz[a h]anthracene STD 0.1 < < < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

67 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. PAH Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Fluoranthene STD 0.56 < < < < < Fluorene STD 0.12 < < < < < Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene STD 0.23 < < < < < Methlynaphthalene, STD 0.59 < < < < < Methlynaphthalene, STD 0.59 < < < < < Naphthalene STD 0.09 < < < < < Phenanthrene STD 0.69 < < < < < Pyrene STD 1 < < < < < Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Benzene STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Ethylbenzene STD < < < < < Toluene STD 0.2 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 Xylene Mixture STD < < < < < Xylene, m/p < < < < < Xylene, o < < < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

68 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Inorganics Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Cyanide (CN-) STD 1 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 Electrical Conductivity ms/cm STD * 1.80* 0.97* 1.92* 1.04* ph - CaCl Sodium Adsorption Ratio STD * 23.0* 9.16* 11.5* STD * Lab I.D. Moisture Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Moisture-Humidite % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 6 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

69 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. PHC Surrogate Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Alpha-androstrane % Lab I.D. VOCs Surrogates Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Toluene-d % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 7 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

70 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Chromium VI < Benzene < Ethylbenzene < PHC's F1 < PHC's F1-BTEX Xylene, m/p- < Xylene, o- < Toluene < Xylene Mixture Silver < Arsenic < Boron (total) < Barium < Beryllium < Cadmium < Cobalt < Chromium Total < Copper < Molybdenum < Nickel < Lead < Antimony < Selenium < Thallium < Uranium < Vanadium < Zinc < Cyanide (CN-) < ph - CaCl Boron (Hot Water Soluble) < Mercury < Electrical Conductivity < 1+2-methylnaphthalene ms/cm < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 8 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

71 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Methlynaphthalene, 1- < Methlynaphthalene, 2- < Acenaphthene < Acenaphthylene < Anthracene < Benz[a]anthracene < Benzo[a]pyrene < Benzo[b]fluoranthene < Benzo[ghi]perylene < Benzo[k]fluoranthene < Chrysene < Dibenz[a h]anthracene < Fluoranthene < Fluorene < Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene < Naphthalene < Phenanthrene < Pyrene < PHC's F2 < PHC's F3 < PHC's F4 < Moisture-Humidite Sodium Adsorption Ratio <0.01 Sodium Adsorption Ratio < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 9 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

72 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Chromium VI Flame AA H_D M US EPA 3060A Benzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylbenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B PHC's F1 GC/FID TJB CCME PHC's F1-BTEX GC/FID TJB CCME Xylene, m/p- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, o- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Toluene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene Mixture GC/MS TJB V 8260B Silver H_D EPA Arsenic H_D EPA Boron (total) H_D EPA Barium H_D EPA Beryllium H_D EPA Cadmium H_D EPA Cobalt H_D EPA Chromium Total H_D EPA Copper H_D EPA Molybdenum H_D EPA Nickel H_D EPA Lead H_D EPA Antimony H_D EPA Selenium H_D EPA Thallium H_D EPA Uranium H_D EPA Vanadium H_D EPA Zinc H_D EPA Cyanide (CN-) Skalar CN Analyzer C_F C SM4500-CNC ph - CaCl2 ph Meter C_F Ag Soil Boron (Hot Water Soluble) icap OES H_F Boron HWE Mercury Cetac Hg Analyzer SKH M SM3112B-3500B Electrical Conductivity Electrical Conductivity Mete H_F Cond-Soil methylnaphthalene QL P 8270 Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 10 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

73 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Methlynaphthalene, QL P Methlynaphthalene, QL P Acenaphthene QL P Acenaphthylene QL P Anthracene QL P Benz[a]anthracene QL P Benzo[a]pyrene QL P Benzo[b]fluoranthene QL P Benzo[ghi]perylene QL P Benzo[k]fluoranthene QL P Chrysene QL P Dibenz[a h]anthracene QL P Fluoranthene QL P Fluorene QL P Indeno[1 2 3-cd]pyrene QL P Naphthalene QL P Phenanthrene QL P Pyrene QL P PHC's F2 GC/FID RRK CCME PHC's F3 GC/FID RRK CCME PHC's F4 GC/FID RRK CCME Moisture-Humidite Manual RRK C SM2540B Sodium Adsorption Ratio icap OES H_F Ag Soil Sodium Adsorption Ratio icap OES H_F Ag Soil Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 11 of 11 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

74 @czzz9q i* e ui'ofirrs ",--t(ll\+6q nq L mleo drcss: lovooellroad Phone: ti 18la/G17 l.voice to lhe samc as above'7 Yes / No cr t. Reg. 558 anrtary Sewer, CitY torm Sewer. Cityt-- Ont. Reg 153/04 E Other. Soecrfv: Con Ind hs sample results lhis sub sicn I torm parl of a lormal Record of Sile un.ler () Reo -] tr' l Addi(ional /Fax: I 2 3 Emarl' ReDort Format: E PDt fi L\cet Eolhe.. spe"r'y. rl,,str'pss r)ays (srano E 1r BLrs "ess Days (q,rsh) E 2 Brsiness Days (Rlrsh) tf 1 B!srness Day (Rush) a ulner lspec ny oate): Samtnes shoukl be k Pl cool (4-1o'c) from sampling time through drop ofl 3l the I I i I I ; I I I I I i.is Daie/Tirre SatrrPled' ;vlatrrx' i Botles Oriy e i[.) Auqusi i3.20i8 ljilrla BHI72 t A) jr. ust soll 4 r ta:t BH17 4 S52r SS3 usi SOL 4 D4 lw. 1 vxrip BHl7 5 S52+SS3 SOIL *im( Fli-l1r '6.,rsl 13 2U18 I SOIL ta,ih t 17-7 ust : -I; -t, trcl ----r-'- -+ rl L n,7ci( <;i lr I I 5 l t- a-i.i I t, l- 1r tt it Lab

75 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: Invoice to: PO#: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Page 1 of 9 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Temperature (C): 21 Custody Seal: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: Long Qu, Organics Supervisor Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins (Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

76 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Exceedence Summary Sample I.D. Group Analyte Result Units Criteria Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

77 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Acetone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Benzene 0.02 STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Bromodichloromethane STD < < < < < Bromoform STD < < < < < Bromomethane STD < < < < < Carbon Tetrachloride STD < < < < < Chlorobenzene STD < < < < < Chloroform STD < < < < < Dibromochloromethane STD < < < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,2- STD < < < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- STD < < < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- STD < < < < < Dichlorodifluoromethane STD < < < < < Dichloroethane, 1,1- STD < < < < < Dichloroethane, 1,2- STD < < < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,1- STD < < < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- STD < < < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- STD < < < < < Dichloropropane, 1,2- STD < < < < < Dichloropropene,1,3- STD < < < < < Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- < < < < < Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- < < < < < Ethylbenzene STD < < < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

78 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 Ethylene dibromide STD < < < < < Hexane (n) STD < < < < < Methyl Ethyl Ketone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) STD < < < < < Methylene Chloride STD < < < < < Styrene STD < < < < < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- STD < < < < < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2- STD < < < < < Tetrachloroethylene STD < < < < < Toluene 0.20 STD 0.2 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- STD < < < < < Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- STD < < < < < Trichloroethylene STD < < < < < Trichlorofluoromethane STD 0.25 < < < < < Vinyl Chloride 0.02 STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Xylene Mixture STD < < < < < Xylene, m/p- < < < < < Xylene, o- < < < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

79 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. VOCs Surrogates Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH BH BH17-7 1,2-dichloroethane-d4 0 % bromofluorobenzene 0 % Toluene-d8 0 % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

80 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- < Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2, Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- < Dichloroethane, 1,1- < Dichloroethylene, 1,1- < Dichlorobenzene, 1, Dichloroethane, 1,2- < Dichloropropane, 1,2- < Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- < Dichloropropene,1,3- Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- < Acetone < Benzene < Bromodichloromethane < Bromoform < Bromomethane < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- < Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- < Carbon Tetrachloride < Chloroform < Dibromochloromethane < Dichlorodifluoromethane < Methylene Chloride < Ethylbenzene < Ethylene dibromide < Hexane (n) Xylene, m/p- < Methyl Ethyl Ketone < Methyl Isobutyl Ketone < Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) < Chlorobenzene < Xylene, o- < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 6 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

81 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Styrene < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- < Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- < Tetrachloroethylene < Toluene < Trichloroethylene < Trichlorofluoromethane < Vinyl Chloride < Xylene Mixture Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 7 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

82 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethane, 1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethane, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropane, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Acetone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Benzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromodichloromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromoform GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromomethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Carbon Tetrachloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Chloroform GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dibromochloromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorodifluoromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methylene Chloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylbenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylene dibromide GC/MS TJB V 8260B Hexane (n) GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, m/p- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl Ethyl Ketone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl Isobutyl Ketone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) GC/MS TJB V 8260B Chlorobenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, o- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 8 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

83 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Styrene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Tetrachloroethylene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Toluene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethylene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichlorofluoromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Vinyl Chloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene Mixture GC/MS TJB V 8260B Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 9 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

84 ^E:-.-- turul tils Reoort lnformation-: C[.nti Georro consull.o Limled Address a0voo. R..d, Rrhmond Hl!, on DWSOG WQO nl Rcg. 558 E othcr Specriy: rccr 7fl+1+ ",,- Bt+aq Phoner Projecl re 187G17 hrvoice lnformation' lnvoice tc the same as above? Yes / No. or Contac!: ErN., cs Purciase Order lrl Exova Quoie *' &B Phone Santary Sewer, City: Storm Sewer, Cityi sample results Irom this subrnission lform part ot a formal Record ol Site lls(:l rrncor () Reg 15:.1/(14' ii s ls lhls a dfinking water sample? YES / NO' i yas, completc the din*ing waier COC Report Format: E PDF E Excet Eother t e Surfre/Subsurlace I 5 r!rsrness rrays {sranoanrl r"l? PI<inF<q nrw< rq' ch\ O? Business Days (Rush) E 1 Business Day (Rush) [] uther rsoecrl r lnrl!.al^s ^ r.cl Jtred rield llcae,l ni'1e lh3t :r.,-.n1plel. iniormatiar ri:y re5!lt in liim:rround t me delays. Samples should be kept cool (4-10"C) from sampling time lhrough drop-ofi at the laboralory Sample ld' BiliT-2. S52+SS3 8H17'4 S52+sS3 AH17 t BH'17-l Date,'i;rc 3aIrpled' 20 i6 Auoust Mar x' so # Boties Aloirst SOIL 3 Auqusl' Auqusl 13,2018 scll ST]IL 3 samole U () rl 7at\ a,".,,. C i I il I ttr I I I I r-f- tl all 'cl c lgt I

85 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: Invoice to: PO#: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Page 1 of 9 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Temperature (C): 21 Custody Seal: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: Long Qu, Organics Supervisor Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins (Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

86 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Exceedence Summary Sample I.D. Group Analyte Result Units Criteria Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

87 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Acetone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Benzene 0.02 STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Bromodichloromethane STD < < < Bromoform STD < < < Bromomethane STD < < < Carbon Tetrachloride STD < < < Chlorobenzene STD < < < Chloroform STD < < < Dibromochloromethane STD < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,2- STD < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- STD < < < Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- STD < < < Dichlorodifluoromethane STD < < < Dichloroethane, 1,1- STD < < < Dichloroethane, 1,2- STD < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,1- STD < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- STD < < < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- STD < < < Dichloropropane, 1,2- STD < < < Dichloropropene,1,3- STD < < < Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- < < < Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- < < < Ethylbenzene STD < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

88 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. Volatiles Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH17-10 Ethylene dibromide STD < < < Hexane (n) STD < < < Methyl Ethyl Ketone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 0.50 STD 0.5 <0.50 <0.50 <0.50 Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) STD < < < Methylene Chloride STD < < < Styrene STD < < < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- STD < < < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2- STD < < < Tetrachloroethylene STD < < < Toluene 0.20 STD 0.2 <0.20 <0.20 <0.20 Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- STD < < < Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- STD < < < Trichloroethylene STD < < < Trichlorofluoromethane STD 0.25 < < < Vinyl Chloride 0.02 STD 0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Xylene Mixture STD < < < Xylene, m/p- < < < Xylene, o- < < < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

89 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Guideline = O.Reg 153-T1-All Other Soils Lab I.D. VOCs Surrogates Sample Matrix Sample Type Sample Date Sampling Time Sample I.D. Analyte Batch No MRL Units Guideline BH BH BH ,2-dichloroethane-d4 0 % bromofluorobenzene 0 % Toluene-d8 0 % Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

90 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- < Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- < Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2, Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- < Dichloroethane, 1,1- < Dichloroethylene, 1,1- < Dichlorobenzene, 1, Dichloroethane, 1,2- < Dichloropropane, 1,2- < Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- < Dichloropropene,1,3- Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- < Acetone < Benzene < Bromodichloromethane < Bromoform < Bromomethane < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- < Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- < Carbon Tetrachloride < Chloroform < Dibromochloromethane < Dichlorodifluoromethane < Methylene Chloride < Ethylbenzene < Ethylene dibromide < Hexane (n) Xylene, m/p- < Methyl Ethyl Ketone < Methyl Isobutyl Ketone < Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) < Chlorobenzene < Xylene, o- < Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 6 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

91 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Quality Assurance Summary Batch No Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Spike % Rec Spike Limits Dup % RPD Duplicate Limits Styrene < Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- < Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- < Tetrachloroethylene < Toluene < Trichloroethylene < Trichlorofluoromethane < Vinyl Chloride < Xylene Mixture Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 7 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

92 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethane, 1,1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethane, 1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,1- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethane, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropane, 1,2- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,3- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorobenzene, 1,4- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Acetone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Benzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromodichloromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromoform GC/MS TJB V 8260B Bromomethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,2-cis- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3-cis- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Carbon Tetrachloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Chloroform GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dibromochloromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichlorodifluoromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methylene Chloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylbenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Ethylene dibromide GC/MS TJB V 8260B Hexane (n) GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, m/p- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl Ethyl Ketone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl Isobutyl Ketone GC/MS TJB V 8260B Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) GC/MS TJB V 8260B Chlorobenzene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene, o- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 8 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

93 Certificate of Analysis Client: Attention: PO#: Invoice to: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Ms. Sarena Medina Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Test Summary Batch No Analyte Instrument Prep aration Date Analysis Date Analyst Method Styrene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloroethylene, 1,2-trans- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Dichloropropene,1,3-trans- GC/MS TJB V 8260B Tetrachloroethylene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Toluene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichloroethylene GC/MS TJB V 8260B Trichlorofluoromethane GC/MS TJB V 8260B Vinyl Chloride GC/MS TJB V 8260B Xylene Mixture GC/MS TJB V 8260B Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 9 of 9 MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range

94 a a a D a CHAIN OF CUSTODY r! eu rofins O 146Clro,yEde Rd., Unil8,Obr40N X2E IY1 Pn:(613)727'5692 Fal1613)72t.5222 O 608 Nonk Coun, Kiigshn, ON KIP 2Rg m:(613)av{307 Far:(613)631J3i8 E 380 vansird. Rd., U,it630, Sl Cat'aims. ON L2S 085 Ph:(905) 68G8$7 F r ($5) 5e,0-125,6 E 2395 SporkBn Ddv6 Mbsissa!$, Ol,l L5K1B3 Phonsi(905) Far (905)82$14,15 lient: GeoPro consuftng Lim ed DWSOG E Other, Specity: ct: aoss: 40VoqEllRoad, Rrhmond Hill. ON nt. Reg. 558 E mail: Phone: ? 8336 anitary Sewer, roj6ct 11 1A11G t'1 lo the same aa abov6? Ye6 / No, or: Reg 1 Tabl6 # 1 u rface/subsu rface ienl Consuhing Lioiled T Com-l / GW / Other is subm ssion I form part ot a fonnal Rocord oi Site RSC) under O.Reg. 153/04 ' nrail: ng o Phone: YES NO ase Order *: s this a drinking water sample? YES / NO' No Ouole # ' water COC Addlllonal EmalUFar: Et"ii, j!li-- 3, ns z>z+ez USE ON RoDort Foamat: E PDF E Excel Eothsr. spocifo Tum!]ound Tlma (rusr, sarrcrtrdes mavroorv)': E 5 Business Days (Standard) E 3 Business Days (Rush) E 2 Eusiness Days (Rush) D'l Business Day (Rush) O Other (specifiy date)i Notes ' lndicates E requhed fi ld Pl6as6 nol6lhal information may result in lurnaround time d lays. Samplos should be kept cool(4-10'c) from sampling time thmugh drop-ofi at th6laboratory Sample td. Date/Time Sam led' Matrix' # Bottles BH17-3 Jrly SOIL 3 Sample Localion Lab UsE Onl11,., [}afrql BH17-9 July SOIL 3 Toronto tt q). o Y3 BH] 7 10, July 26,2018 sotl 3 Toronto Sampl6B Rolinqui6hed By: \r{ I,l(i L{lh,r,'r,l Date/Tim l l,t1i?.j\ Samples Received A.t Lla Blt f H.6'r-r,l \?) EzE I Samples Relinquished By: Date/Time Samplos Rscorved By Date/Trme = I Ir III I IIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII = ft_tt_rr o II II III III I 3,C I I I I?rn I AFSTDCOC.2

95 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Page 1 of 5 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: APPROVAL: Sarah Horner, Inorganics Technician All analysis is completed in Ottawa, Ontario (unless otherwise indicated). Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins(Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

96 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Lab I.D. Sample Matrix Sample Type Sampling Date Sample I.D R BH17-3 Composite R BH17-9 Composite R BH17-10 Composite Group Analyte MRL Units Guideline Anions NO2 + NO3 as N 0.10 mg/l LQC 1000 General Chemistry Cyanide (free) mg/l LQC 20.0 F 0.10 mg/l LQC Mercury Hg mg/l LQC 0.1 Metals Ag 0.01 mg/l LQC 5 As 0.02 mg/l LQC 2.5 B 0.2 mg/l LQC Ba 0.01 mg/l LQC Cd mg/l LQC 0.5 Cr mg/l LQC 5.0 Pb 0.01 mg/l LQC 5.0 Se 0.02 mg/l LQC 1.0 U 0.01 mg/l LQC 10.0 Moisture Moisture-Humidite 0.1 % Others REG 558 Leach <0.10 < 0.23 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y <0.10 < 0.23 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y <0.10 < 0.23 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of 5

97 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: QC Summary Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM2540B Analyst AA Moisture-Humidite REG 558 Leach Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method EPA Analyst SKH Boron (total) <0.2 mg/l 96 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method SM2320,2510,4500H/F Analyst H_D F <0.10 mg/l 99 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM4500-CNC Analyst Cyanide (CN-) < mg/l 119 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM4500-NO3-F Analyst NO2 + NO3 as N <0.10 mg/l 100 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method M SM3112B-3500B Analyst C_F Z_S SKH Mercury <0.001 mg/l Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of 5

98 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: QC Summary Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method EPA Analyst SKH Silver <0.01 mg/l 80 Arsenic <0.02 mg/l 88 Barium <0.01 mg/l 88 Cadmium <0.008 mg/l 86 Chromium Total < mg/l 87 Lead <0.01 mg/l 87 Selenium <0.02 mg/l 96 Uranium <0.01 mg/l Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of 5

99 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Sample Comment Summary Sample ID: BH17-3 Composite Except for Boron, Metals analysis for this report was performed on an aqua-regia digest of the sample material. Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of 5

100 a a ada a L a eurofins CHAIN OF CUSTODY O 146 Cdoonad. Rd. Unil8. O[a*a, ON K2E iy1 Ph:(613) Far] O 608 tloois Cauri Kn$bn.otl KlP2Rg Ph: (61 3) Fu:(613) $+9m8 O 380 \b,eicki6 Rd,lJnrt630 St Ca$a.nl. on LzS 085 Pt: (s'0s) 6E01887 Far (S05)m O 2395 Sp almar orx, M'$$sal4, ON, LsK1B3 Pto.'e:(90s) &z)483 L.ABORATORY USE ONLY Client: Contacl: GeoP.o Consr lnng L nnted sog PWQO 40 VoO.lRoad Richmond Bill ON t. R6g. 558 CCME Phone: Project: tr rotrcar E Olh6r, Specify: Sanitary Sewer, City: Slorm Sew r, Cily:_ Ont. R6g 153/04 lnvoics to lh ssme as abov6? Yes / No, or Table # _, CiE!ri4j!, Surface/Subsurface Client: Com-lnd/Res-Pa ri/gw/other Contacl: sample results from this submission dress form pa( of a lomal Record of Site ndilion RSC) under O.Rsg. 153/tX ' e Phone NO Purchase Order # this a dnnkrng water sample? YES / NO' Exova Quole f No ': water COC Addilional Emall/Fax: 1. Errlaill d.-y.t*q.!r"op..on,ulngc F R6ood Fomat: El PDF E Excot Eother, Sp6cify: Turnaround Tlma Ifu5r, surcrraroes mav aporv l' El5 Business Days (Standard) E 3 Business Days (Rush) E 2 Business Days (Rush) O'1 Business Day (Rush) D Other (spocfiy date) Notes' llit s Sampl Sample Lab U66 o m Samplo ld' Date/Time Sampled' MAdx' # Bottles Location Only BH17-3. composfie July 26,2018 ( 3, Fbfr- 1 t;trf BH17-9. composite July sgt( l Toronlo l+\ BH17-10, composile Ju y26,2018, srn 1 Toronlo \-l(} T tt il r-----f----tf r-----f----tr --T_-f-r-f-r-f ll- l -+ tl -rttttt amples Relinquished By Date/Time mples Received ime Condition: ' lndiceles a requted field Pl aso nol6lhat incomplole informalion may result in turnaround limo dolays. Samplos shou d b kept cool (4-10'C) from sampling tim lhrough drop-off al the laboratory nquished By Date/Time ampl s R ceived By: AFSTDCOC.2 Date/Time 4 -ffi -.1 i r- I -u /- 5(- ofl L

101 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Page 1 of 5 Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Dear Sarena Medina: Please find attached the analytical results for your samples. If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to call ( ). Report Comments: APPROVAL: Addrine Thomas, Inorganics Supervisor All analysis is completed in Ottawa, Ontario (unless otherwise indicated). Eurofins Ottawa is accredited by CALA, Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation to ISO/IEC for tests which appear on our CALA scope of accreditation. It can be found at Eurofins(Ottawa) is certified and accredited for specific parameters by OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (for farm soils). Licensed by Ontario MOE for specific tests in drinking water. Please note: Field data, where presented on the report, has been provided by the client and is presented for informational purposes only. Guideline values listed on this report are provided for ease of use (informational purposes) only. Eurofins recommends consulting the official provincial or federal guideline as required.

102 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Lab I.D. Sample Matrix Sample Type Sampling Date Sample I.D R347 BH17-2 Composite R347 BH17-4 Composite R BH17-5 Composite R347 BH17-6 Composite Group Analyte MRL Units Guideline Anions NO2 + NO3 as N 0.10 mg/l LQC 1000 General Chemistry Cyanide (free) mg/l LQC 20.0 F 0.10 mg/l LQC Mercury Hg mg/l LQC 0.1 Metals Ag 0.01 mg/l LQC 5 As 0.02 mg/l LQC 2.5 B 0.2 mg/l LQC Ba 0.01 mg/l LQC Cd mg/l LQC 0.5 Cr mg/l LQC 5.0 Pb 0.01 mg/l LQC 5.0 Se 0.02 mg/l LQC 1.0 U 0.01 mg/l LQC 10.0 Moisture Moisture-Humidite 0.1 % Others REG 558 Leach <0.10 < 0.18 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y <0.10 < 0.23 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y <0.10 < 0.18 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y <0.10 < 0.25 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 2 of Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

103 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: Lab I.D. Sample Matrix Sample Type Sampling Date Sample I.D. Group Analyte MRL Units Guideline Anions NO2 + NO3 as N 0.10 mg/l LQC 1000 General Chemistry Cyanide (free) mg/l LQC 20.0 F 0.10 mg/l LQC Mercury Hg mg/l LQC 0.1 Metals Ag 0.01 mg/l LQC 5 As 0.02 mg/l LQC 2.5 B 0.2 mg/l LQC Ba 0.01 mg/l LQC Cd mg/l LQC 0.5 Cr mg/l LQC 5.0 Pb 0.01 mg/l LQC 5.0 Se 0.02 mg/l LQC 1.0 U 0.01 mg/l LQC 10.0 Moisture Moisture-Humidite 0.1 % Others REG 558 Leach R347 BH17-7 Composite <0.10 < 0.24 <0.001 <0.01 <0.02 < <0.008 < <0.01 <0.02 < Y Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 3 of Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

104 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: QC Summary Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM2540B Analyst AA Moisture-Humidite REG 558 Leach Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method EPA Analyst SKH Boron (total) <0.2 mg/l 102 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM4500-CNC Analyst Cyanide (CN-) < mg/l 102 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method M SM3112B-3500B Analyst C_F SKH Mercury <0.001 mg/l 99 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method C SM4500-NO3-F Analyst NO2 + NO3 as N <0.10 mg/l 99 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method EPA Analyst Z_S H_D Silver <0.01 mg/l Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 4 of Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

105 Certificate of Analysis Client: 40 Vogell Rd, Unit 57 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3K6 Attention: Ms. Sarena Medina PO#: Invoice to: Report Number: Date Submitted: Date Reported: Project: G17 COC #: QC Summary Analyte Blank QC % Rec QC Limits Arsenic <0.02 mg/l 92 Barium <0.01 mg/l 93 Cadmium <0.008 mg/l 95 Chromium Total < mg/l 95 Lead <0.01 mg/l 94 Selenium <0.02 mg/l 101 Uranium <0.01 mg/l 88 Run No Analysis/Extraction Date Method SM2320,2510,4500H/F Analyst AET F <0.10 mg/l Guideline = REG 558 * = Guideline Exceedence MRL = Method Reporting Limit, AO = Aesthetic Objective, OG = Operational Guideline, MAC = Maximum Acceptable Concentration, IMAC = Interim Maximum Acceptable Concentration, STD = Results relate only to the parameters tested on the samples submitted. Methods references and/or additional QA/QC information available on request. Standard, PWQO = Provincial Water Quality Guideline, IPWQO = Interim Provincial Water Quality Objective, TDR = Typical Desired Range 146 Colonnade Rd. Unit 8, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1 Page 5 of Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1B3

106 Coc r-- F!rr \Ll+lb'L licot: GeoPro consulrrio L,n ed Phoner ecl: 1E-1E7c17 t!^,..., il;;i"., llnaa,.."" sulnq Purchase Order #l LrJv.l uuotc * - 0u Phonc EODVvSUG L_tPWOO Onl Reg.558 CCME Sanitary Sewer, Cityi Storm Sew r, Cily: Onl. Reg i53/04 E uthcr. spccrrv lthe sample,eslr ts rrom th*iu#,saio4 wrlrform pan ot a 'orma Record ol Srte on.lrtion (RSC) un.ier O Re! 15ij/04 ' NO ls lhis a drnking water sanrple? YES / NO' ll ll ditional Emai 1. Emarl e' I nr G Repon Format: El PDF E Excer Eother. S Turnaround Time Irush surcharoes mayaprrv)' iali BUsness I )ays li,ranoarol tl l n. --.ni:c n:vc /n :hr E 2 &rsiness Days (Rrsh) [] 1 Busrness Day (Rush) Ll umcr ( 'lnrli.rffs a ret if.j field :rr.3s. rcle lh.il.cirmpl te i:rl.:r.:tii)n nrsy.s.ull.llirnarounc trre Celays. Sarnplcs should be kepl cool {4-10"C) rrom sampling lime lhrough dropoflat lhe laboralory lv,alrrx' ii{!t i7 2 usl tt 0 Blll7-4 composite Auqust SOIL l BH17-5 comdosrte Auousl sorl 1 A2 eh17 6. composile SOIL 1 9V 8H17-7 comoosile Auousl SOIL 1 a = I I I 'I ad l?,?o\[ tt tt tlllll I! I tlrt rtfr;;-: if " - l =<E,h

107 LIMITATIONS TO THE REPORT The subsurface conditions given in this report are based on information obtained at the limited number of the test hole and test pit locations. The boundaries between the various strata as shown on the borehole logs are based on non-continuous sampling and represent an inferred transition between the various strata and their lateral continuation rather than a precise plane of geological change. Subsurface and groundwater conditions between and beyond the test holes and test pits may differ significantly from those encountered at the test hole and test pit locations. The benchmark and elevations used in this report are primarily to establish relative elevation differences between the test hole and test pit locations and should not be used for other purposes, such as grading, excavating, planning, development, etc. It should be noted that the results of the designated substance and chemical analysis refer only to the sample analyzed which was obtained from specific sampling location and sampling depth, and the presence of designated substance and soil chemistry may vary between and beyond the location and depth of the sample taken. Please note that the level of chemical testing outlined herein is meant to provide a broad indication of soil quality based on the limited soil samples tested. The analytical results contained in this report should not be considered a warranty with respect to the soil quality or the use of the soil for any specific purpose or the acceptability of the soils for any excess soil receiving sites. The report reflects our best judgment based on the information available to GeoPro Consulting Limited at the time of preparation. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by GeoPro Consulting Limited, it shall not be used to express or imply warranty as to any other purposes. No portion of this report shall be used as a separate entity; it is written to be read in its entirety. The site investigation follows generally accepted practice for geotechnical and geo-environmental consultants in Ontario. Laboratory testing follows ASTM or CSA Standards or modifications of these standards that have become standard practice in Ontario. Depending on the construction methods selected, the number of test holes and test pits may not be sufficient to determine all the factors that may affect construction activities, methods and costs. Such as, the thickness of surficial topsoil or fill layers may vary significantly and unpredictably; the amount of the cobbles and boulders may vary significantly than what described in the report; unexpected water bearing zones/layers with various thickness and extent may be encountered in the fill and native soils. The contractors bidding on this project or undertaking the construction should, therefore, make their own interpretation of the factual information presented and make their own conclusions as to how the subsurface conditions may affect their work and determine the proper construction methods. This report is intended solely for the Client named. Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties. GeoPro Consulting Limited accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based on this report. We accept no responsibility for any decisions made or actions taken as a result of this report unless we are specifically advised of and participate in such action, in which case our responsibility will be as agreed to at that time. Unit 57, 40 Vogell Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3N6 Tel: Fax:

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