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1 Client Reference: , LMTI Asbestos ID - soils Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT8 PT9 PT10 PT11 PT12 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 13/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Sample mass tested g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Sample Description - Brown coarsegrained soil & rocks Brown coarsegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown coarsegrained soil & rocks Asbestos ID in soil - No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg Trace Analysis - No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected Asbestos ID - soils Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT12 PT13 PT13 PT14 PT15 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 13/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Sample mass tested g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Sample Description - Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained soil & rocks Asbestos ID in soil - No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg Trace Analysis - No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 28 of 60

2 Client Reference: , LMTI Asbestos ID - soils Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT16 PT17 PT18 PT19 PT19 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 05/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 13/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Sample mass tested g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Approx 40g Sample Description - Brown finegrained soil & rocks Grey finegrained soil & rocks Brown coarsegrained soil & rocks Brown coarsegrained soil & rocks Brown finegrained clayey soil Asbestos ID in soil - No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg Trace Analysis - No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected No respirable fibres detected Asbestos ID - soils Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT20 QC1 QC3 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 05/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 13/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Sample mass tested g Approx 40g 52.04g Approx 40g Sample Description - Grey coarsegrained soil & rocks Asbestos ID in soil - No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg Trace Analysis - No respirable fibres detected Grey coarsegrained soil & rocks Chrysotile asbestos detected Amosite asbestos detected No respirable fibres detected Grey coarsegrained soil & rocks No asbestos detected at reporting limit of 0.1g/kg No respirable fibres detected Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 29 of 60

3 Client Reference: , LMTI ESP/CEC Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT1 PT10 PT11 PT15 PT20 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 03/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Exchangeable Ca meq/100g < Exchangeable K meq/100g < < Exchangeable Mg meq/100g Exchangeable Na meq/100g < Cation Exchange Capacity meq/100g Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 30 of 60

4 Client Reference: , LMTI Miscellaneous Inorg - soil Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT1 PT10 PT11 PT15 PT20 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 03/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date prepared - 09/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 ph 1:5 soil:water ph Units Electrical Conductivity 1:5 soil:water µs/cm Clay in soils <2um % (w/w) Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 31 of 60

5 Client Reference: , LMTI Metals in TCLP USEPA1311 Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT5 PT5 PT6 PT6 PT11 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date extracted - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 ph of soil for fluid# determ. ph units ph of soil for fluid # determ. (acid) ph units Extraction fluid used ph of final Leachate ph units Arsenic in TCLP mg/l <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 Cadmium in TCLP mg/l < <0.01 Chromium in TCLP mg/l <0.01 <0.01 < <0.01 Lead in TCLP mg/l Mercury in TCLP mg/l < < < < < Nickel in TCLP mg/l Metals in TCLP USEPA1311 Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT12 PT13 PT14 PT18 PT19 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date extracted - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 ph of soil for fluid# determ. ph units ph of soil for fluid # determ. (acid) ph units Extraction fluid used ph of final Leachate ph units Arsenic in TCLP mg/l <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 Cadmium in TCLP mg/l 0.01 < <0.01 Chromium in TCLP mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Lead in TCLP mg/l 0.2 <0.03 < <0.03 Mercury in TCLP mg/l < < < < < Nickel in TCLP mg/l 0.03 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 32 of 60

6 Client Reference: , LMTI PAHs in TCLP (USEPA 1311) Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT5 PT5 PT6 PT6 PT11 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date extracted - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 11/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Naphthalene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Acenaphthylene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Acenaphthene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Fluorene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Phenanthrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Pyrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(a)anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Chrysene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(b+k)fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 Benzo(a)pyrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene - TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Total +ve PAH's mg/l NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE Surrogate p-terphenyl-d14 % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 33 of 60

7 Client Reference: , LMTI PAHs in TCLP (USEPA 1311) Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference PT12 PT13 PT14 PT18 PT19 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 04/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date extracted - 10/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 11/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Naphthalene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Acenaphthylene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Acenaphthene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Fluorene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Phenanthrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Pyrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(a)anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Chrysene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(b+k)fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 <0.002 Benzo(a)pyrene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene - TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene in TCLP mg/l <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Total +ve PAH's mg/l NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE NIL (+)VE Surrogate p-terphenyl-d14 % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 34 of 60

8 Client Reference: , LMTI vtrh(c6-c10)/btexn in Water Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference RIN1 RIN2 RIN3 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 03/12/2013 Water 04/12/2013 Water 05/12/2013 Water Date extracted - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 TRH C6 - C9 µg/l <10 <10 <10 TRH C6 - C10 µg/l <10 <10 <10 Benzene µg/l <1 <1 <1 Toluene µg/l <1 <1 <1 Ethylbenzene µg/l <1 <1 <1 m+p-xylene µg/l <2 <2 <2 o-xylene µg/l <1 <1 <1 Surrogate Dibromofluoromethane % Surrogate toluene-d8 % Surrogate 4-BFB % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 35 of 60

9 Client Reference: , LMTI svtrh (C10-C40) in Water Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference RIN1 RIN2 RIN3 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 03/12/2013 Water 04/12/2013 Water 05/12/2013 Water Date extracted - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 10/12/ /12/ /12/2013 TRH C10 - C14 µg/l <50 <50 <50 TRH C15 - C28 µg/l <100 <100 <100 TRH C29 - C36 µg/l <100 <100 <100 TRH >C10 - C16 µg/l <50 <50 <50 TRH >C16 - C34 µg/l <100 <100 <100 TRH >C34 - C40 µg/l <100 <100 <100 Surrogate o-terphenyl % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 36 of 60

10 Client Reference: , LMTI Metals in Water - Dissolved Our Reference: UNITS Your Reference RIN1 RIN2 RIN3 Depth Date Sampled Type of sample 03/12/2013 Water 04/12/2013 Water 05/12/2013 Water Date digested - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 Arsenic - Dissolved mg/l <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 Cadmium - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Chromium - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Copper - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Lead - Dissolved mg/l <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 Mercury - Dissolved mg/l < < < Nickel - Dissolved mg/l <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Zinc - Dissolved mg/l <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Barium - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Beryllium - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Cobalt - Dissolved mg/l <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Manganese - Dissolved mg/l <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Vanadium - Dissolved mg/l <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 37 of 60

11 Client Reference: , LMTI Method ID Org-016 Org-003 Org-012 subset Org-012 Org-006 Metals-020 ICP- AES Methodology Summary samples are extracted with methanol and spiked into water prior to analysing by purge and trap GC-MS. Water samples are analysed directly by purge and trap GC-MS. F1 = (C6-C10)-BTEX as per NEPM B1 Guideline on Investigation Levels for and Groundwater. samples are extracted with Dichloromethane/Acetone and waters with Dichloromethane and analysed by GC-FID. F2 = (>C10-C16)-Naphthalene as per NEPM B1 Guideline on Investigation Levels for and Groundwater. Note Naphthalene is determined from the VOC analysis. samples are extracted with Dichloromethane/Acetone and waters with Dichloromethane and analysed by GC-MS. Benzo(a)pyrene TEQ as per NEPM B1 Guideline on Investigation Levels for and Groundwater samples are extracted with Dichloromethane/Acetone and waters with Dichloromethane and analysed by GC-MS. samples are extracted with dichloromethane/acetone and waters with dichloromethane and analysed by GC-ECD. Determination of various metals by ICP-AES. Metals-021 CV- AAS Determination of Mercury by Cold Vapour AAS. Inorg-008 ASB-001 Metals-009 Inorg-001 Inorg-002 AS Moisture content determined by heating at 105+/-5 deg C for a minimum of 12 hours. Asbestos ID - Qualitative identification of asbestos in bulk samples using Polarised Light Microscopy and Dispersion Staining Techniques including Synthetic Mineral Fibre and Organic Fibre as per Australian Standard Determination of exchangeable cations and cation exchange capacity in soil based on Rayment and Lyons ph - Measured using ph meter and electrode in accordance with APHA 22nd ED, 4500-H+. Conductivity and Salinity - measured using a conductivity cell and dedicated meter, in accordance with APHA 22nd ED 2510 and Rayment & Lyons. Determination Particle Size Analysis using AS and AS and in house method INORG-107. Clay fraction at <2um reported. Inorg-004 Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) using AS 4439 and USEPA EXTRACT.7 Metals-020 ICP- AES Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). Determination of various metals by ICP-AES. Metals-021 CV- AAS Determination of Mercury by Cold Vapour AAS. Org-012 subset Leachates are extracted with Dichloromethane and analysed by GC-MS. Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 38 of 60

12 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# vtrh(c6-c10)/btexn in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/2013 TRH C6 - C9 mg/kg 25 Org-016 < <25 <25 LCS-4 93% TRH C6 - C10 mg/kg 25 Org-016 < <25 <25 LCS-4 93% Benzene mg/kg 0.2 Org-016 <0.2 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Toluene mg/kg 0.5 Org-016 <0.5 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Ethylbenzene mg/kg 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] m+p-xylene mg/kg 2 Org-016 <2 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] o-xylene mg/kg 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Surrogate aaa- Trifluorotoluene % Org RPD: 2 LCS-4 114% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# svtrh (C10-C40) in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/2013 TRH C10 - C14 mg/kg 50 Org-003 < <50 <50 LCS-4 127% TRH C15 - C28 mg/kg 100 Org-003 < <100 <100 LCS-4 113% TRH C29 - C36 mg/kg 100 Org-003 < <100 <100 LCS-4 110% TRH >C10-C16 mg/kg 50 Org-003 < <50 <50 LCS-4 127% TRH >C16-C34 mg/kg 100 Org-003 < <100 <100 LCS-4 113% TRH >C34-C40 mg/kg 100 Org-003 < <100 <100 LCS-4 110% Surrogate o-terphenyl % Org RPD: 1 LCS-4 94% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# PAHs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 10/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 10/12/2013 Naphthalene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Acenaphthylene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Acenaphthene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Fluorene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Phenanthrene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Anthracene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Fluoranthene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 92% < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 91% < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 88% < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 88% Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 39 of 60

13 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# PAHs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Pyrene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Benzo(a)anthracene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Chrysene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Benzo(b+k)fluoranthene mg/kg 0.2 Org-012 subset Benzo(a)pyrene mg/kg 0.05 Org-012 subset Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset Benzo(g,h,i)perylene mg/kg 0.1 Org-012 subset < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 91% < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 88% < <0.2 <0.2 [NR] [NR] < <0.05 LCS-4 97% < <0.1 [NR] [NR] < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] < RPD: 67 [NR] [NR] % Org-012 subset QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# SVOCs in RPD: 5 LCS-4 89% Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/1 3 Date analysed - 12/12/ /12/13 09/12/13 LCS-4 09/12/ /12/13 12/12/13 LCS-4 12/12/2013 Phenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 92% Bis-(2-chloroethyl) ether mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-Chlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 103% 1,3-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1,4-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 107% 2-Methylphenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1,2-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 3/4-Methylphenol mg/kg 2 Org-012 < <2 <2 [NR] [NR] Surrogate p-terphenyld14 N-nitrosodi-npropylamine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Hexachloroethane mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Nitrobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Isophorone mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,4-Dimethylphenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-Nitrophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Bis(2-chloroethoxy ) methane mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,4-Dichlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Naphthalene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 4-Chloroaniline mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Hexachlorobutadiene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 40 of 60

14 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# SVOCs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD 2-Methylnaphthalene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Hexachlorocyclopentadi ene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,4,6-trichlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,4,5-trichlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-Chloronaphthalene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-nitroaniline mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Dimethylphthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 109% 2,6-Dinitrotoluene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Acenaphthylene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 3-Nitroaniline mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Acenaphthene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 95% 2,4-dinitrophenol mg/kg 10 Org-012 < <10 <10 [NR] [NR] 4-nitrophenol mg/kg 10 Org-012 < <10 <10 LCS-4 120% Dibenzofuran mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] diethylphthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 99% 4- chlorophenylphenylether mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 4-nitroaniline mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Fluorene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-methyl-4,6- dinitrophenol mg/kg 10 Org-012 < <10 <10 [NR] [NR] azobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 4- bromophenylphenylether mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] hexachlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] pentachlorophenol mg/kg 10 Org-012 < <10 <10 [NR] [NR] Phenanthrene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Anthracene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] carbazole mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] di-n-butylphthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Fluoranthene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Pyrene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 108% butylbenzylphthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(a)anthracene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Chrysene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] di-n-octylphthalate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(b)fluoranthene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(k)fluoranthene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(a)pyrene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(g,h,i)perylene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] ethylmethanesulfonate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] aniline mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 41 of 60

15 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# SVOCs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD pentachloroethane mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] benzyl alcohol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] acetophenone mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] N-nitrosomorpholine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] N-nitrosopiperidine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,6-dichlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] hexachloropropene-1 mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] N-nitroso-n-butylamine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] safrole mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1,2,4,5- tetrachlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] cis and trans iso-safrole mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1,3-dinitrobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] pentachlorobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 1-naphthylamine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2,3,4,6-tetrachlorophenol mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-naphthylamine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 5-nitro-o-toluidine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] diphenylamine mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] phenacetin mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] pentachloronitrobenzene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] dinoseb mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] methapyrilene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] p- dimethylaminoazobenzen e mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 2-acetylaminofluorene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 7,12-dimethylbenz(a) anthracene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] 3-methylcholanthrene mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] a-bhc mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] b-bhc mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] g-bhc mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] d-bhc mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Heptachlor mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Aldrin mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 84% Heptachlor Epoxide mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] g-chlordane mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] a-chlordane mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Endosulfan I mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] p,p'-dde mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Dieldrin mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 LCS-4 83% Endrin mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] p,p'-ddd mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Endosulfan II mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] p,p'-ddt mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 42 of 60

16 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# SVOCs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Endosulfan Sulphate mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Methoxychlor mg/kg 1 Org-012 < <1 <1 [NR] [NR] Surrogate 2-fluorophenol % Org RPD: 6 LCS-4 66% Surrogate Phenol-d6 % Org RPD: 11 LCS-4 64% Surrogate Nitrobenzene-d5 Surrogate 2- fluorobiphenyl Surrogate 2,4,6- Tribromophenol Surrogate p-terphenyld14 % Org RPD: 2 LCS-4 64% % Org RPD: 2 LCS-4 79% % Org RPD: 4 LCS-4 40% % Org RPD: 5 LCS-4 93% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# PCBs in Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-4 09/12/2013 Arochlor 1016 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1221 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1232 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1242 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1248 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1254 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 LCS-4 98% Arochlor 1260 mg/kg 0.1 Org-006 < <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Surrogate TCLMX % Org RPD: 15 LCS-4 78% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# Acid Extractable metals in soil Duplicate results Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date digested - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 11/12/ /12/ /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Arsenic mg/kg 4 Metals-020 ICP-AES Cadmium mg/kg 0.4 Metals-020 ICP-AES Chromium mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Copper mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Lead mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Mercury mg/kg 0.1 Metals-021 CV-AAS Nickel mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Zinc mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES < RPD: 8 < RPD: 15 < RPD: 16 < RPD: 12 < RPD: 7 < <0.1 <0.1 < RPD: 22 < RPD: 19 Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 43 of 60

17 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# Acid Extractable metals in soil Duplicate results Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Barium mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Beryllium mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Cobalt mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Manganese mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Vanadium mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES Iron mg/kg 1 Metals-020 ICP-AES < RPD: 2 < <1 <1 < RPD: 0 < RPD: 2 < RPD: 9 <1 [NT] [NT] QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Moisture Date prepared - [NT] Date analysed - [NT] Moisture % 0.1 Inorg-008 [NT] QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Asbestos ID - soils Date analysed - [NT] QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# ESP/CEC Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Exchangeable Ca Exchangeable K Exchangeable Mg Exchangeable Na Cation Exchange Capacity meq/100 g meq/100 g meq/100 g meq/100 g meq/100 g QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# Miscellaneous Inorg - soil 0.1 Metals-009 <0.1 [NT] [NT] LCS-1 106% 0.1 Metals-009 <0.1 [NT] [NT] LCS-1 106% 0.1 Metals-009 <0.1 [NT] [NT] LCS-1 103% 0.1 Metals-009 <0.1 [NT] [NT] LCS-1 103% 1 Metals-009 <1.0 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date prepared - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-1 09/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-1 09/12/2013 ph 1:5 soil:water ph Units Inorg-001 [NT] RPD: 2 LCS-1 101% Electrical Conductivity 1:5 soil:water µs/cm 1 Inorg-002 < RPD: 0 LCS-1 104% Clay in soils <2um % (w/w) AS [NT] [N/T] [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 44 of 60

18 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# Metals in TCLP USEPA1311 Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 10/12/2 013 Date analysed - 10/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-W2 10/12/ /12/ /12/2013 LCS-W2 10/12/2013 Arsenic in TCLP mg/l 0.05 Metals-020 ICP-AES Cadmium in TCLP mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Chromium in TCLP mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Lead in TCLP mg/l 0.03 Metals-020 ICP-AES < <0.05 <0.05 LCS-W2 107% < <0.01 <0.01 LCS-W2 106% < <0.01 <0.01 LCS-W2 103% < RPD: 18 LCS-W2 96% Mercury in TCLP mg/l Metals-021 CV-AAS Nickel in TCLP mg/l 0.02 Metals-020 ICP-AES < QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# PAHs in TCLP (USEPA 1311) < < LCS-W2 84% < RPD: 40 LCS-W2 103% Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 10/12/2 013 Date analysed - 11/12/2 013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 10/12/2013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 11/12/2013 Naphthalene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Acenaphthylene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Acenaphthene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Fluorene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Phenanthrene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Anthracene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Pyrene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Benzo(a)anthracene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Chrysene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Benzo(b+k)fluoranthene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Benzo(a)pyrene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene - TCLP Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene in TCLP mg/l Org-012 subset mg/l Org-012 subset <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 83% <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 93% <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 92% <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 90% <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 95% <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 88% <0.002 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 101% <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 45 of 60

19 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# PAHs in TCLP (USEPA 1311) Benzo(g,h,i)perylene in TCLP Surrogate p-terphenyld14 mg/l Org-012 subset Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD <0.001 [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] % Org [NT] [NT] LCS-W3 89% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# vtrh(c6-c10)/btexn in Water Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/2 013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 09/12/2013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 09/12/2013 TRH C6 - C9 µg/l 10 Org-016 <10 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 109% TRH C6 - C10 µg/l 10 Org-016 <10 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 109% Benzene µg/l 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 101% Toluene µg/l 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 104% Ethylbenzene µg/l 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 111% m+p-xylene µg/l 2 Org-016 <2 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 115% o-xylene µg/l 1 Org-016 <1 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 116% Surrogate Dibromofluoromethane % Org [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 122% Surrogate toluene-d8 % Org [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 92% Surrogate 4-BFB % Org [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 103% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# svtrh (C10-C40) in Water Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date extracted - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 10/12/2 013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 09/12/2013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 10/12/2013 TRH C10 - C14 µg/l 50 Org-003 <50 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 76% TRH C15 - C28 µg/l 100 Org-003 <100 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 84% TRH C29 - C36 µg/l 100 Org-003 <100 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 81% TRH >C10 - C16 µg/l 50 Org-003 <50 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 76% TRH >C16 - C34 µg/l 100 Org-003 <100 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 84% TRH >C34 - C40 µg/l 100 Org-003 <100 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 81% Surrogate o-terphenyl % Org [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 90% Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 46 of 60

20 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS PQL METHOD Blank Duplicate Sm# Metals in Water - Dissolved Duplicate results Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Base ll Duplicate ll %RPD Date digested - 09/12/2 013 Date analysed - 09/12/2 013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 09/12/2013 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 09/12/2013 Arsenic - Dissolved mg/l 0.05 Metals-020 ICP-AES Cadmium - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Chromium - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Copper - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Lead - Dissolved mg/l 0.03 Metals-020 ICP-AES <0.05 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 101% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 108% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 103% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 104% <0.03 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 102% Mercury - Dissolved mg/l Metals-021 CV-AAS Nickel - Dissolved mg/l 0.02 Metals-020 ICP-AES Zinc - Dissolved mg/l 0.02 Metals-020 ICP-AES Barium - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Beryllium - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Cobalt - Dissolved mg/l 0.02 Metals-020 ICP-AES Manganese - Dissolved mg/l 0.01 Metals-020 ICP-AES Vanadium - Dissolved mg/l 0.02 Metals-020 ICP-AES < [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 92% <0.02 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 103% <0.02 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 104% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 106% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 100% <0.02 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 102% <0.01 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 107% <0.02 [NT] [NT] LCS-W1 102% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery vtrh(c6-c10)/btexn in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/2013 LCS-5 09/12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/2013 LCS-5 10/12/2013 TRH C6 - C9 mg/kg <25 <25 LCS-5 93% TRH C6 - C10 mg/kg <25 <25 LCS-5 93% Benzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Toluene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Ethylbenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] m+p-xylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] o-xylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Surrogate aaa- Trifluorotoluene % RPD: 15 LCS-5 115% Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 47 of 60

21 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery svtrh (C10-C40) in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/2013 LCS-5 09/12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/2013 LCS-5 09/12/2013 TRH C10 - C14 mg/kg <50 <50 LCS-5 91% TRH C15 - C28 mg/kg RPD: 54 LCS-5 88% TRH C29 - C36 mg/kg RPD: 48 LCS-5 77% TRH >C10-C16 mg/kg <50 <50 LCS-5 91% TRH >C16-C34 mg/kg RPD: 43 LCS-5 88% TRH >C34-C40 mg/kg RPD: 72 LCS-5 77% Surrogate o-terphenyl % # # LCS-5 125% QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery PAHs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Naphthalene mg/kg <0.1 < % Acenaphthylene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Acenaphthene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Fluorene mg/kg <0.1 < % Phenanthrene mg/kg <0.1 < % Anthracene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Fluoranthene mg/kg <0.1 < % Pyrene mg/kg <0.1 < % Benzo(a)anthracene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Chrysene mg/kg <0.1 < % Benzo(b+k)fluoranthene mg/kg <0.2 <0.2 [NR] [NR] Benzo(a)pyrene mg/kg <0.05 < % Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Benzo(g,h,i)perylene mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Surrogate p-terphenyl-d14 % RPD: % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 48 of 60

22 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery SVOCs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted - [NT] [NT] /12/2013 Date analysed - [NT] [NT] /12/2013 Phenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] % Bis-(2-chloroethyl) ether mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-Chlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] % 1,3-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1,4-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] % 2-Methylphenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1,2-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 3/4-Methylphenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] N-nitrosodi-n-propylamine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Hexachloroethane mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Nitrobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Isophorone mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,4-Dimethylphenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-Nitrophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Bis(2-chloroethoxy ) methane mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,4-Dichlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Naphthalene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 4-Chloroaniline mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Hexachlorobutadiene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-Methylnaphthalene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Hexachlorocyclopentadiene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,4,6-trichlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,4,5-trichlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-Chloronaphthalene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-nitroaniline mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Dimethylphthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] % 2,6-Dinitrotoluene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Acenaphthylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 3-Nitroaniline mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Acenaphthene mg/kg [NT] [NT] % 2,4-dinitrophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 4-nitrophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] % Dibenzofuran mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] diethylphthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] % 4-chlorophenylphenylether mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 4-nitroaniline mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 49 of 60

23 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery SVOCs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Fluorene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] azobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 4-bromophenylphenylether mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] hexachlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] pentachlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Phenanthrene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Anthracene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] carbazole mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] di-n-butylphthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Fluoranthene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Pyrene mg/kg [NT] [NT] % butylbenzylphthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Benzo(a)anthracene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Chrysene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] di-n-octylphthalate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Benzo(b)fluoranthene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Benzo(k)fluoranthene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Benzo(a)pyrene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Benzo(g,h,i)perylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] ethylmethanesulfonate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] aniline mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] pentachloroethane mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] benzyl alcohol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] acetophenone mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] N-nitrosomorpholine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] N-nitrosopiperidine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,6-dichlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] hexachloropropene-1 mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] N-nitroso-n-butylamine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] safrole mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] cis and trans iso-safrole mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1,3-dinitrobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] pentachlorobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 1-naphthylamine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2,3,4,6-tetrachlorophenol mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-naphthylamine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 5-nitro-o-toluidine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 50 of 60

24 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery SVOCs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD diphenylamine mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] phenacetin mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] pentachloronitrobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] dinoseb mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] methapyrilene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] p- dimethylaminoazobenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 2-acetylaminofluorene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 7,12-dimethylbenz(a) anthracene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] 3-methylcholanthrene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] a-bhc mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] b-bhc mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] g-bhc mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] d-bhc mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Heptachlor mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Aldrin mg/kg [NT] [NT] % Heptachlor Epoxide mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] g-chlordane mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] a-chlordane mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Endosulfan I mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] p,p'-dde mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Dieldrin mg/kg [NT] [NT] % Endrin mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] p,p'-ddd mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Endosulfan II mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] p,p'-ddt mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Endosulfan Sulphate mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Methoxychlor mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Surrogate 2-fluorophenol % [NT] [NT] % Surrogate Phenol-d6 % [NT] [NT] % Surrogate Nitrobenzened5 % [NT] [NT] % Surrogate 2-fluorobiphenyl % [NT] [NT] % Surrogate 2,4,6- Tribromophenol Surrogate p-terphenyld14 % [NT] [NT] % % [NT] [NT] % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 51 of 60

25 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery PCBs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Arochlor 1016 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1221 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1232 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1242 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1248 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Arochlor 1254 mg/kg <0.1 < % Arochlor 1260 mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 [NR] [NR] Surrogate TCLMX % RPD: % QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Acid Extractable metals in soil Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date digested /12/ /12/2013 LCS-2 09/12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/2013 LCS-2 09/12/2013 Arsenic mg/kg RPD: 57 LCS-2 97% Cadmium mg/kg RPD: 9 LCS-2 104% Chromium mg/kg RPD: 0 LCS-2 101% Copper mg/kg RPD: 85 LCS-2 101% Lead mg/kg RPD: 0 LCS-2 98% Mercury mg/kg <0.1 <0.1 LCS-2 82% Nickel mg/kg RPD: 29 LCS-2 100% Zinc mg/kg RPD: 10 LCS-2 100% Barium mg/kg RPD: 15 LCS-2 102% Beryllium mg/kg <1 <1 LCS-2 90% Cobalt mg/kg <1 LCS-2 97% Manganese mg/kg RPD: 120 LCS-2 104% Vanadium mg/kg RPD: 6 LCS-2 101% Iron mg/kg RPD: 8 LCS-2 100% Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 52 of 60

26 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery Metals in TCLP USEPA1311 Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted - [NT] [NT] /12/2013 Date analysed - [NT] [NT] /12/2013 Arsenic in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % Cadmium in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % Chromium in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % Lead in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % Mercury in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % Nickel in TCLP mg/l [NT] [NT] % QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery vtrh(c6-c10)/btexn in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/ /12/2013 TRH C6 - C9 mg/kg <25 < % TRH C6 - C10 mg/kg <25 < % Benzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Toluene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Ethylbenzene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] m+p-xylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] o-xylene mg/kg [NT] [NT] [NR] [NR] Surrogate aaa- Trifluorotoluene % RPD: % QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate Spike Sm# Spike % Recovery svtrh (C10-C40) in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/ /12/ /12/2013 Date analysed /12/ /12/ /12/2013 TRH C10 - C14 mg/kg <50 < % TRH C15 - C28 mg/kg <100 < # TRH C29 - C36 mg/kg <100 < # TRH >C10-C16 mg/kg <50 < % TRH >C16-C34 mg/kg <100 < # TRH >C34-C40 mg/kg <100 < # Surrogate o-terphenyl % RPD: % Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 53 of 60

27 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate SVOCs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Date extracted /12/13 09/12/13 Date analysed /12/13 12/12/13 Phenol mg/kg <1 <1 Bis-(2-chloroethyl) ether mg/kg <1 <1 2-Chlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 1,4-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 2-Methylphenol mg/kg <1 <1 1,2-Dichlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether mg/kg <1 <1 3/4-Methylphenol mg/kg <2 <2 N-nitrosodi-n-propylamine mg/kg <1 <1 Hexachloroethane mg/kg <1 <1 Nitrobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 Isophorone mg/kg <1 <1 2,4-Dimethylphenol mg/kg <1 <1 2-Nitrophenol mg/kg <1 <1 Bis(2-chloroethoxy ) methane mg/kg <1 <1 2,4-Dichlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 Naphthalene mg/kg <1 <1 4-Chloroaniline mg/kg <1 <1 Hexachlorobutadiene mg/kg <1 <1 2-Methylnaphthalene mg/kg <1 <1 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene mg/kg <1 <1 2,4,6-trichlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 2,4,5-trichlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 2-Chloronaphthalene mg/kg <1 <1 2-nitroaniline mg/kg <1 <1 Dimethylphthalate mg/kg <1 <1 2,6-Dinitrotoluene mg/kg <1 <1 Acenaphthylene mg/kg <1 <1 3-Nitroaniline mg/kg <1 <1 Acenaphthene mg/kg <1 <1 2,4-dinitrophenol mg/kg <10 <10 4-nitrophenol mg/kg <10 <10 Dibenzofuran mg/kg <1 <1 diethylphthalate mg/kg <1 <1 4-chlorophenylphenylether mg/kg <1 <1 4-nitroaniline mg/kg <1 <1 Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 54 of 60

28 Client Reference: , LMTI QUALITY CONTROL UNITS Dup. Sm# Duplicate SVOCs in Base + Duplicate + %RPD Fluorene mg/kg <1 <1 2-methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol mg/kg <10 <10 azobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 4-bromophenylphenylether mg/kg <1 <1 hexachlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 pentachlorophenol mg/kg <10 <10 Phenanthrene mg/kg <1 <1 Anthracene mg/kg <1 <1 carbazole mg/kg <1 <1 di-n-butylphthalate mg/kg <1 <1 Fluoranthene mg/kg <1 <1 Pyrene mg/kg <1 <1 butylbenzylphthalate mg/kg <1 <1 bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate mg/kg <1 <1 Benzo(a)anthracene mg/kg <1 <1 Chrysene mg/kg <1 <1 di-n-octylphthalate mg/kg <1 <1 Benzo(b)fluoranthene mg/kg <1 <1 Benzo(k)fluoranthene mg/kg <1 <1 Benzo(a)pyrene mg/kg <1 <1 Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene mg/kg <1 <1 Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene mg/kg <1 <1 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene mg/kg <1 <1 ethylmethanesulfonate mg/kg <1 <1 aniline mg/kg <1 <1 pentachloroethane mg/kg <1 <1 benzyl alcohol mg/kg <1 <1 acetophenone mg/kg <1 <1 N-nitrosomorpholine mg/kg <1 <1 N-nitrosopiperidine mg/kg <1 <1 2,6-dichlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 hexachloropropene-1 mg/kg <1 <1 N-nitroso-n-butylamine mg/kg <1 <1 safrole mg/kg <1 <1 1,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 cis and trans iso-safrole mg/kg <1 <1 1,3-dinitrobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 pentachlorobenzene mg/kg <1 <1 1-naphthylamine mg/kg <1 <1 2,3,4,6-tetrachlorophenol mg/kg <1 <1 2-naphthylamine mg/kg <1 <1 5-nitro-o-toluidine mg/kg <1 <1 Envirolab Reference: Revision No: R 00 Page 55 of 60

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