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1 R.T. CORPORATION Sediments, Soils and Sludge Inorganic and Organic Samples Specialty Catalog R.T. Corporation P.O. Box 9 Soldier Springs Rd Laramie, WY Orders:+ () Fax:+ () 9

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3 Contents Sediments River Sediments... Inorganic Samples... Organic Samples... Stream Sediments... Inorganic Samples... Lake Sediments... Inorganic Samples... Organic Samples... Dioxin and Furan Congeners... PAHs/PCBs... Marine Sediments... Inorganic Samples... Organotin Compounds... Organic Samples... PCBs... PAHs... Organic Compounds... Soils Uncontaminated Soils... Inorganic Samples... Contaminated Soils... 9 Inorganic Samples...9 TCLP Metals... Organic Samples... TPH... Diesel... BTEX... Gasoline... VOAs... PCBs... Semi-VOAs... TCLP Semi-VOAs... PCBs... PAHs... BNAs... 9 PCDDs and PCDFs... Pesticides... Herbicides... Toxaphene/Chlordane... Contaminants... Sludge Sewage Sludge Amended Soil... Inorganic Samples... Sewage Sludge... Inorganic Samples... Organic Samples...9 PAHs... 9

4 Sediments River Sediments Clay Fluorine BCR Sediment Extractable trace elements g Step extraction. BCR River Sediment GBW g g River Clay Sediment River Sediment Inorganic Samples g The extractable/leachable metal content refers to metal soluble in a hot mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acids using methods based on ISO (99). LGC x g The extractable metal content refers to metals in Hot Aqua Regia using method ISO (99). The total metals were determined using at least two of the following procedures: chemical dissolution techniques, X-Ray fluorescence and neutron activation analysis. LGC 9 Buffalo River Sediment Collected from the Buffalo River in the area of the Ohio Street Bridge, Buffalo, New York. g RM Concentration Table (mg/kg) BCR B CR GBW * LGC 9 LGC RM Step Step Step Total Metals Extractable Metals Al As... Ba C Ca Cd Ce. Co.. Cr Cs. Cu Eu. F Fe.9 9 Hf. Hg... K Mg Mn 9 Na Ni Pb Rb Sb. Sc. Se.9.9. Si Sn. Sr Th 9. Ti U.9 V. 9. Zn. 9 Zr *The sample GBW is measured in ug/g.

5 Organic Samples River Sediments River Sediments Mid Level River Sediment g Collected from a monitoring station lagoon on the River Elbe close to the Czech-German border. LGC g Value for PAHs, PCBs and Organic Compound have not been certified and are subject to change as more data becomes available. EC NY/NJ Waterway Sediment g The SRM is a mixture of marine sediment collected near urban area in New York and New Jersey. SRM 9 is intended for use in evaluating analytical methods for determination of selected PAHs, PCBs, chlorinated pesticides and trace elements in marine sediment and similar matrices. Reference values are also provided for selected dibenzo-dionxins and dibenzofurans congeners, total organic carbon, total extractable material and particle-size characteristics. All of the constituents for which certified, reference and information values are provided were naturally present in the sediment material before processing. SRM 9 Sediments River Sediments PCBs and Pesticides g The SRM is an air dried river sediment. It is intended primarily for use in validation analytical methods used in determining selected PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticides in sediments. All the constituents for which certified and reference values are provided are naturally present in the sediment materials. The certified values for PCB congeners and the chlorinated pesticides are based on the agreement of the results from two or more independent analytical techniques. The refernce values are not certified values that do not meet NIST criteria for certification and are provided with associated uncertainties that may reflect a lack of sufficient statistical agreement among multiple methods. The concentrations of constituent in SRM 99A are reported on a dry mass basis. The SRM, as received, contains approximately.% moisture. A separate subsample of the SRM should be removed from the bottle at the time of analysis and dried to determine the concentration based on dry mass. SRM 99A was analyzed for selected PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticides using gas chromatography with electron-capture detector (GC-ECD)on two columns with different selectivity and using GC/MS. SMR 99A See page for PCB Concentrations Concentration LGC Table-PAHs and Chlorinated Pesticides SRM 99A SRM 9 ( ug/kg (mg/kg) P AHs ( mg/kg) ) Acenaphthene.. Anthracene. Chrysene. Benzo(a)anthracene.. Benzo(b)chysene. Benzo(a)fluoranthene. Benzo(b)fluoranthene.. Benzo(j)fluoranthene.9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene.. Benzo(a)pyrene.. Benzo(e)pyrene. Benzo(ghi)perylene.. Benzo(c)phenanthrene. Chrysene. Dibenzo(ac)anthracene. Dibenzo(ah)anthracene.. Dibenzo(aj)anthracene. Fluoranthene.9.9 Fluorene. Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene.. Naphthalene.. Perylene. Pentaphene. Phenanthrene.. Picene. Pyrene. 9. Triphenylene. Chlorinated Pesticides cis-chlordane (alpha-chlordane)..,'-ddd.,'-ddt. 9 Hexachlorobenzene. trans-nonachlor.

6 Sediments River Sediments Cocentration Table-PCB Congeners (ug/kg) SRM 99A SRM 9 PCB. PCB. PCB. PCB. PCB. PCB 9. PCB 9. PCB. 9 PCB 9. 9 PCB 9. PCB 99. PCB +9. PCB. PCB. PCB PCB 9.. PCB ++. PCB 9 9. PCB 9.9 PCB 9. PCB.. PCB PCB +9. PCB.. PCB..9 PCB +9+. PCB 9.. PCB 9. PCB PCB 9. Organic Samples

7 Sediments Inorganic Samples Stream Sediments The following products were certified using methods USEPA SW, rd edition,, and series. These samples have not been spiked or fortified in any manner. Sediment (Trace Metals and CN) Sediment from a stream located in the Western United States. g Sediment Metals Sediment from a stream located in the Western United States. g ph. ph. CRM- CRM- Metal Concentrations (mg/kg)* Metal CRM- CRM- Metal CRM- CRM- Al 9 9 Hg.. Sb. Mo.9 As.. Ni.. Ba. 9. P Be..9 K 9 B. Se.9 Cd.9 Si Ca Ag. Cr.. Na 9 Co..9 Sr. Cu.. Tl. Fe V.. Pb.. Zn Mg CN. Mn Chinese Stream Sediments Freshwater stream sediments collected from a variety of locations around China. Certified and indicative values are given for a large number of elements and oxides. Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW g g g g g g g Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment 9 GBW 9 Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW Chinese Stream Sediment GBW g g g g g g g

8 Sediments Lake Sediments Lake Sediment IAEA SL Lake Sediment IAEA SL Lake Sediment g g g This sample was collected in 9 from Lake Ramsey in Sudbury, Ontario. This area is well-known for its mining industry. This is reflected in the elevated cobalt, copper and nickel levels in this reference sediment. In addition, SUD- has the lowest mercury levels among our sediments for trace metals. SUD- Lake Sediment Inorganic Samples g This sample was developed from 9 to 9 as the first certified lake sediment reference material for the analysis of arsenic, selenium and mercury. The concentration levels of the three elements were certified by a multi-laboratory and multi-methodology approach. Three independent methodologies, namely atomicabsorption spectrometry, neutron-activation analysis and inductively coupled argon plasma produced data with better than 9% agreement between method means. Certification of this reference sediment for more than fifteen additional metals is nearly complete. WQB- Lake Sediment g This sample was prepared in 9, from a blend of sediments from the heavy industrial regions of Hamilton Harbor and Lake Ontario. The sediment is certified for eight trace metals, including arsenic, selenium and mercury. The Certificate of Analysis for WQB- also lists an additional twenty trace metals that are not yet certified. WQB- Analyte Concentrations IAEA SL IAEA SL SUD WQB WBQ ( mg/kg) ( mg/kg) ( ug/g) ( ug/g) (ug/g) A l.* 9 As.... Ba 9 Br.. C a. * Cd. Ce. Co Cr. Cs.. Cu. 9.. Dy. Eu. Fe. Hf. 9. Hg.9. K.* La.. Lu. M g.* M n.* N a.*.9* Nd. N i.9* 9.. Pb... Rb. Sb.. Sc..9 Se. Sm 9.. Sr Ta. Tb.9 Th.. T i.* U. V Yb.. Zn.9 9 * These concentrations are measured in g/kg.

9 Organic Samples Lake Sediments Dioxin and Furan Congeners Lake Sediments Dioxin and Furan Congeners Sediments These samples are the world s first lake sediments certified for the,,,-substituted congeners of chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans. The certified values for each sediment were generated by statistically pooling the results from more than one hundred high-resolution GC/MS analyses from eleven qualified Canadian environmental laboratories, using their own in-house methodologies and calibration standards. The certified congeners are at the pg/g level and are readily analyzed by high resolution GC/MS. In addition, these sediments have been used in several intercomparison studies of the National Dioxin Interlaboratory Program from 9 through 99. The agreement of the homologue total study results with the HRGC/HRMS data demonstrates the suitability of DX- and DX- for both high and low resolution dioxin analyses. Certification of our newest reference sediment, DX-, is currently in progress. This material has lower dioxin and furan concentrations than DX- and DX-, but also has reference values for the WHO PCB congeners i.e. the toxic polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) congeners which have been assigned Toxic Equivalency Factors (TEFs) by the World Health Organization (WHO). Reference values were generated using robust statistics on data gathered in an international intercomparison study. This novel reference sediment is suitable for method development, blind audits and other quality control purposes, particularly where risk assessment studies based on the TEF concept are being conducted. DX- DX- Dioxins (pg/g) DX- (certified values) DX- (certified values) DX- (reference values) -TCDD ± ± ± total TCDD ± ± ± -PeCDD ± ± 9 ± total PeCDD ± ± ± -HxCDD ± ± ± -HxCDD ± ± ± 9-HxCDD ± ± 9 ± total HxCDD 9 ± 9 ± ± -HpCDD ± ± ± 9 total HpCDD ± ± 9 ± OCDD 9 ± 9 ± ± TOTAL PCDD 9 ± 9 9 ± 9 ± 9 Furans (pg/g) -TCDF 9 a ± a ± ± total TCDF 9 ± 9 9 ± ± 9 -PeCDF 9 ± ± ± -PeCDF ± ± ± total PeCDF 9 ± 9 9 ± 9 ± 9 -HxCDF ± ± ± -HxCDF ± ± 9 ± 9-HxCDF a ± b a ± b ± b -HxCDF a ± a ± 9 ± total HxCDF ± 9 ± ± -HpCDF 9 ± 9 ± 9 ± 9-HpCDF ± ± 9 ± 9 total HpCDF ± ± ± OCDF ± ± ± TOTAL PCDF ± 9 ± ± TOTAL PCDD + PCDF ± ± 9 9 ± WHO PCB congeners (pg/g) PCB ± 99 PCB ± PCB 9 ± PCB ± PCB ± Reference values for the WHO PCB congener in DX- and DX- are currently under development. PCB ± PCB ± PCB ± 9 PCB ± PCB ± PCB9 ± PCB 9 ± b g NOTE: For DX- and DX-, the uncertainties represent 9% confidence intervals based on more than high resolution GC-MS analyses. Thus the analysis of any one subsamples should yield results within the certified range, 9% of the time. For DX-, the reference values and the uncertainties are based on the robust statistical means and 9% prediction intervals. Thus there is a 9% probability that the analysis of any one sub-sample will yield results with the stated prediction intervals. a These values are information values only and are subject to changes as more data become available. b The distribution implies less than 9% confidence. Any negative deviation is inadmissible. * Values in parentheses are not certified and are given for information only.

10 Sediments Lake Sediments PAHs/PCBs Lake Sediment g This sample is a blend of Hamilton Habor and Lake Ontario sediments. Bottled in 99, it became the first lake sediment reference material certified for the determination of chlorobenzenes and hexachlorobutadiene. The assigned values were generated by GC-ECD and -MSD analyses and further confirmed in several interlaboratory studies. This CRM also contains significant levels of PAHs and PCBs. EC- Lake Sediment g This sample was obtained in 9 from the plume of the Niagra River in Lake Ontario. The source of this material is reflected in its higher levels of industrial contaminates such as chlorobenzenes and the relatively lower levels of combustion pollutants, such as PAHs. EC- Lake Sediment Organic Samples g This is the same sample as EC-. This sample has been proven to be a very popular quality control material for chlorobenzene monitoring program, both in the Great Lakes and elsewhere. EC- Lake Sediment g This is our newest reference sediment under development. This material was collected in 99 from the same location as EC-, but the reduced loadings to the lake in the intervening years have produced a material with PAH, PCB and chlorobenzene levels at approximately one-third of the concentration levels of it predecessor. The single batch of EC- that was prepared consists of more than, subsamples. EC- Lake Sediment g This sample was collected in 9 from locations in Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, respectively. They (EC- and EC-) are our reference sediments with the lowest levels of toxic organic contaminants. EC- See Page 9 for Analyte Concentrations.

11 Organic Samples Lake Sediments PAHs/PCBs Sediments Analyte Concentrations* EC- EC- EC- EC- EC- T otal PCBs ( g/g) (.) (.) (.) (.) (.) PAHs ( g/g) N aphthalene (.) (.) (.) (.) (.) A cenaphthylene (.) (.) (.) (.) (.) A cenaphthene (.) (.) (.) (.) (.) F luorene (.) (.) (.) (.) (.9) P henanthrene (.) (.9 (.) (.) (.) A nthracene (.) (.9) (.) (.) (.) Fluoranthene.. (.9) (.9) (.) Pyrene.9. (.) (.) (.) Benzo(a)anthracene.. (.) (.) (.) C hrysene/triphenylene (.) (.) (.9) (.) (.) Benzo(b)fluoranthene. (.) (.) (.9) (.) Benzo(k)fluoranthene.9 (.) (.9) (.) (.9) Benzo(e)pyrene.9. (.) Benzo(a)pyrene.. (.) (.) (.) P erylene (.) (.9) (.) Indeno(,,-c,d)pyrene. (.9) (.) (.) (.) Dibenz(a,h)anthracene.9 (.9) (.) (.) (.) Benzo(g,h,i)perylene. (.) (.) (.9) (.) Chlorobenzenes (ng/g),-dichlorobenzene.. (.) (.),-dichlorobenzene.. (.) (.),-dichlorobenzene. (.) (.) (.),,-trichlorobenzene.. 9 (.) (.),,-trichlorobenzene. (.) (.) (.) (.),,-trichlorobenzene.. (.) (.) (.),,,-tetrachlorobenzene.. (.) (.) (.),,,-tetrachlorobenzene. (.) (.),,,-tetrachlorobenzene (.) (.) ( 9.) (.) Pentachlorobenzene.. (.) ( 9.) (.) Hexachlorobenzene. 9 (.) (.) (9.) Hexachlorobutadiene.. (.) (.) (.) Hexachloroethylene (.) (.) O ctachlorostyrene (.) (.) (.) (.) (.) PCB Congeners (ng/g) P CB (.) ( 9.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.9) P CB ( 9.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.9) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.9) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB ( 9.) (.) P CB ( 9.9) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.9) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.9) (.) P CB 9 (.) (.) (.) P CB ( 9.9) (.) (.) P CB (.) (.) (.) P CB 9 (.) (.) (9.) * Values in parentheses are not certified and are given for information only. 9

12 Sediments Marine Sediments Soil/Sediment # g Sediment/soil from a river bank and bottom near the Chesapeake Bay. ph.9 CRM- Estuarine Sediment g BCR R Estuarine Sediment Hg/Methyl Hg g BCR Estruarine Sediment g Harbor Sediment Estruarine Sediment Collected from the Beaufort Sea, Canada. MESS Antartic Sediment Inorganic Samples Collected during the IX Italian Expedition (99-99) in Antartica. MURST ISS A x g Collected from a naval dock in the Portsmouth area. The extractable metal content refers to metals soluble in Aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC g g BCR Estruarine Sediment Collected from the Severn Estuary, offshore around Avonmouth. LGC Harbor Sediment g g Collected from the mouth of the Humber River near Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Harbor Sediment Collected from Esquimalt Harbor in British Columbia, Canada. PACS Estruarine Sediment Collected from Chesapeake Bay, USA. SRM A g g Tl.ug/g HR See Facing Page for Trace Metal Concentrations. Marine Sediments Organotin Compounds Coastal Sediment g BCR Harbor Sediment PACS g Concentration Table BCR PACS Certified Value Uncertainty (mg/kg) (ug/kg) (ug/kg) DBT...9 MBT. TBT...9

13 Inorganic Samples Marine Sediments Sediments CRM- Concentration Tables (mg/kg) BCR R BCR BCR LGC LGC MESS MURST ISS A PACS SRM A A g ( ).. Al As B () Ba.. Be..... Ca C d ( ) Ce. Co Cr Cu Dy. Er. Eu. Gd. Ho.9 Fe. 9 K 9 Hg Methyl Hg. La. Li... Lu. Mg. 9 Mn M o ( ) Na Nd. Ni P 9 Pb Pr. S ( ) 9 Sb.. Sc 9.. S e ( ) S i ( ) Sm. Sn. 9. S r ( ) 9 Tb. Th. Ti Tl..9 Tm. U. V Yb. Zn 9.. 9

14 Sediments Marine Sediment PCBs Freshwater Harbor Sediment BCR Marine Sediment Marine Sediment g CCS is a natural sediment for determinations of PCBs. Total PCB determination has been carried out using packed column gas chromatography and electron capture detection. Aroclor has been used as the standards PCB mixture for determination of total PCB. ug PCB*/Kg Dry sediment. CS g g CHS is a natural sediment for determinations of PCBs. Total PCB determination has been carried out using packed column gas chromatography and electron capture detection. Aroclor has been used as the standards PCB mixture for determination of total PCB. Marine Sediment Organic Samples g CHS is a natural sediment for determinations of PCBs. Total PCB determination has been carried out using packed column gas chromatography and electron capture detection. Aroclor has been used as the standards PCB mixture for determination of total PCB. ug PCB*/Kg Dry sediment. HS Harbor Sediment x g Collected from a naval dock in the Portsmouths area. The extractable metal content refers to metals soluble in Aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC ug/pcb*/kg Dry sediment. HS Concentration Table (ug/kg) BCR CHS CHS LGC Certified value Uncertainty PCB... PCB.. PCB.... PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB PCB.. PCB.... PCB.. PCB.. PCB.... PCB PCB 9.. PCB 9.. PCB PCB 9..9

15 Organic Samples Marine Sediments PAHs Freshwater Harbor Sediment BCR Harbor Sediment g CHS B is a natural marine sediment for determination of PAHs. The samples were collected from a harbor in Nova Scotia. Determinations were carried out using GC-FID, GC-MS, HPLC-UV and HPLC-MS. HS B Harbor Sediment g g CHS B is a natural marine sediment for determination of PAHs. The samples were collected from a harbor in Nova Scotia. Determinations were carried out using GC-FID, GC-MS, HPLC-UV and HPLC-MS. Harbor Sediment Collected from a Harbor in Nova Scotia. HS B Harbor Sediment Sediments g g CHS is a natural marine sediment for determination of PAHs. The samples were collected from a harbor in Nova Scotia. Determinations were carried out using GC-FID, GC-MS, HPLC-UV and HPLC-MS. HS HS B BCR Certified Value Concentration Table (mg/kg) Uncertainty CHS B CHS B CHS CHS -Methylnaphthalene.. Acenaphthene..9.. Acenaphthylene....9 Anthracene.... Benzo(a)anthracene Benzo(a)pyrene Benzo(b)fluoranthene.9... Benzo(bk)fluorathene.. Benzo(e)pyrene.. Benzo(g,h,i)perylene.... Benzo(k)fluoranthene.9... Biphenyl.. Chysene.... Coronene.. Dibenzo(ah)anthracene Dibenzo(ai)pyrene.9. Dibenzofuran.. Dibenzothiophene.9. Fluoranthene.... Fluorene.... Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene....9 Napthalene.... Phenanthrene..9.. Pyrene......

16 Sediments Marine Sediment Organic Compounds Marine Sediment g Marine Sediment Collected from Venice Lagoon (Italy). Collected from the mudflats of the tagus stuary. Organic Samples g IAEA IAEA Concentration Table--PAHs (ng/g) IAEA IAEA p,p'-dde.. HCB.. alpha-hch.9. beta-hch.. gamma-hch (Lindane)..9 p,p'-ddd.. p,p'-ddt.. o,p'-dde. o,p'-ddd..9 o,p'-ddt.9. Heptachlor.. Heptachlor epoxide.. Aldrin.. Dieldrin.. Endrin.. alpha-endosulfan.. Endosulfan sulfate.. alpha-chlordane.. gamma-chlordane.. Aroclor. 9. Aroclor.. n-c. Phenanthrene. -Methylphenanthrene.. -Methylphenanthrene.. Anthracene. 9. Chrysene. Fluorene.. Fluoranthene 9. Pyrene. Benzo(b)fluoranthene. Benzo(k)fluoranthene.. Benzo(a)fluoranthene. Perylene. Benzo(e)pyrene. Benzo(a)pyrene. -Methylnaphthalene.. Napthalene 9.. Benzo(ghi)perylene 9. Acenaphthylene.. Acenaphthene.. UVF equival. Chrysene UVF equival. ROPME oil 9 9 Total aliphatics Resolved aliphatics 9 Unresolved alphatics Pristane. 9. n-c. 9. Phytane.. S n-alkanes (C-C) Total aromatics Resolved aromatics 9 Unresolved aromatics Biphenyl 9. -Methylnaphthalene..,-Dimethylnaphthalene. Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene. Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene..

17 Organic Samples Marine Sediment Organic Compounds Sediments Concentration Table--PCBs (ng/g) IAEA IAEA PCB. PCB.. PCB..9 PCB.. PCB.. PCB 9.. PCB.. PCB. PCB.. PCB 9. PCB 9. PCB 99. PCB.9. PCB.99. PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB. PCB.. PCB. PCB 9.. PCB. PCB..9 PCB.. PCB.9 PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB. PCB.. PCB 9. PCB 9.. PCB 9.. PCB 9. PCB 99.9 PCB. PCB. PCB. PCB. PCB.9 PCB 9. Coprostanol 9 9* Cholesterol 9* Cholestanol * B-Sistosterol * Campesterol * Stigmasterol *

18 Soils Uncontaminated Soils Inorganic Samples The following products were certified using methods USEPA SW, rd edition,, and series. These samples have not been spiked or fortified in any manner. Soil/Sediment # g Sediment/soil from a river bank and bottom near the Chesapeake Bay. ph.9 CRM- Dry Soil # (Trace Metals and CN) This soil is from a waste site in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM- g Dry Soil # Dry Soil # Soil is from a waste site in the Midwestern United States. ph 9. CRM- g Soil is from a USEPA Superfund Site located in the Western United States. This CRM has been certified using data from labs. ph.9 CRM- g Soil Metals g Soil is from a contaminated site located in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil Metals g This soil is from a site located in the Western United States. y Sand ph.9 CRM- Metal Concentrations (mg/kg)* Metal CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Al 9 S b ( ). 9 ( <.). As Ba Be.. (.)... B ( ) (.) (.).. Cd. ( ) Ca 9 9 Cr Co Cu Fe 9 Pb ( ). Mg Mn 9 99 Hg.... (.).. Mo. ( ) ( <). Ni P () K 9 ( ) Se 9. 9 ( ). (.). S i ( ) ( ) Ag. ( ).. ( <.). Na ( 9.) 9 S r ( ) (.) (.).. T l ( )..9 (.) ( <.). S n () V 9.. (.)... Zn. 9.. CN. * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

19 Inorganic Samples Uncontaminated Soils Soil Metals This soil is from a moderately contaminated site located in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g Soil Metals Soils The following products were certified using methods USEPA SW, rd edition,, and series. These samples have not been spiked or fortified in any manner. This soils is from a moderately contaminated site located in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g Soil Metals This soils is from a slightly contaminated site located in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States ph.9 CRM- g Soil Metals This soil is from a moderately contaminated site located in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g Soil Metals This soil is from a moderately contaminated site located in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g Soil Metals This soil is from a moderately contaminated site located in the Western United States. y Sand ph. CRM- g Metal Concentrations (mg/kg)* Metal CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Al 9 S b ( <.) ( <.).. 9 As Ba.. Be B Cd Ca 9 Cr Co.... Cu Fe 9 9 Pb.... Mg 9 Mn 9 Hg.... M o ( <.).. 9. Ni K 99 Se... Si 9 (9) Ag..9 (.). Na 9 99 Sr T l ( <.) ( <.) V Zn.... CN (.) F (9.) * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

20 Soils Uncontaminated Soils Calcareous Soil BCR R Light Soil BCR R Calcareous Soil BCR 9 Organic Rich Soil BCR g g g g Soil San Joaquin Soil SRM 9 Montana I Soil (Highly Elevated) SRM Inorganic Samples Collected near Ebensee in Upper Austria at an altitude of m above sea level. IAEA SOIL Montana II Soil (Moderately Elevated) SRM g g g g BCR R Aqua regia soluble content Concentration Table (mg/kg) BCR R BCR 9 BCR IAEA SOIL SRM 9 SRM SRM Aqua regia soluble content EDTA Acetic acid Ag... Al As.. Ba 9 Ca 9 Cd Ce 9.. Co Cr Cs. Cu Dy.9.9 Eu. Fe 9 Gd. Hf. Hg K La.. Mg Mn 9 Na. Nd 9.. Ni P Pb Rb. S 9 Sb Sc... Se. Si 9 9 Sm. Sr. Ta. Tb.. Th.. Ti. Tl. Tm. U.9. V... Y. Yb.. Zn Zr

21 Inorganic Samples Contaminated Soils Soils The following products were certified using methods USEPA SW, rd edition,, and series and are collected from a site in the Western United States. These samples have been fortified to meet NELAC requirements. Catalog Number CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- CRM- Sample Size Soil Type ph g y Sand. g.9 g y Sand. g y Sand.9 g.9 g.9 g. g. Metal Concentrations (mg/kg)* Metal CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- CRM- Al Sb As Ba. Be B Cd Ca Cr. 9 Cr VI Co Cu Fe Pb... Mg Mn 9 Hg Mo.... Ni K 99 Se. 9.. S i ( ) ( ) ( ) Ag Na Sr Tl Sn ( ) 9. Ti V Zn * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only. 9

22 Soils Contaminated Soils TCLP Metals Inorganic Samples The following samples were certified using method USEPA SW, rd edition,, and series. These samples were collected from sites located in the Western United States and are to be analyzed for the eight Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) Metals These are not spiked or fortified in any manner. Catalog Number Sample Size Soil Type ph CRM- g. CRM- g Ash. CRM- g. CRM- g Ash.9 CRM- g. CRM- g y Sand. CRM- g. CRM9- g. CRM- g.9 CRM- g. CRM- g y Sand. CRM- g y Sand. CRM- g. CRM- g. CRM- g.9 CRM- g. CRM- g. Metal Concentrations (mg/l)* Metal CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- CRM- As. ( <.) Ba. ( <.) (.) Cd Cr. ( <.) Pb Hg. ( <.) ( <.) <.... <.. Se. ( <.) <. <... <. <. Ag. ( <.) ( <.) <...99 <. <.. Metal Concentrations (mg/l)* Metal CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Extraction Fluid As.9 (.9)..9. Ba..... Cd..... Cr. (.)...9 Pb. (.).9.. Hg..... Se..... Ag. (.) (.).. 9 < Extraction Fluid <.... * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

23 Inorganic Samples Contaminated Soils Brick Works Soil g Collected from Hackney Brick Works. The extractable/leachable metal content refers to metals soluble in Aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC Soil contaminated with clinker ash Soils x g The extractable/leachable metal content refers to metals soluble in aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC Concentration Table (mg/kg) LGC LGC Total Leachable Al As... Ba Be. Ca 9 Co. Cr Cu. Fe 9 Hg. K Mg 9 Mn 9 Na Ni 9 9. Pb 9. Se.9 V 9. Zn 9

24 Soils Contaminated Soils TPH Organic Samples Soil from Leaking Underground Diesel Fuel Tanks Certified for TPH. The following samples were certified by USEPA Method.. Soil is typical of that found in the backfill surrounding a leaking underground diesel storage tank (LUST). Catalog Number CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Contaminated Soils Diesel Catalog CRM-* CRM-* CRM- CRM- CRM- Number Soil Type ph TPH Concentration Sample Size. mg/kg g y Sand. mg/kg g. 9 mg/kg g. mg/kg g. mg/kg g. mg/kg g. 99 mg/kg g Soil from Leaking Underground Diesel Fuel Tanks Certified for Diesel. The following samples were certified by USEPA Methods. and M. Soil is typical of that found in the backfill surrounding a leaking underground diesel storage tank (LUST). * Also certified for TPH. Soil Type ph.... Contaminated Soils BTEX Concentration mg/kg (C-C) mg/kg (C-C) mg/kg (C-C) 9 mg/kg (C-C) mg/kg (C-C) Sample Size Soil from Leaking Underground Storage Tank Certified for BTEX by USEPA SW, rd edition, methods and, or. These are composite soil samples contaminated with BTEX. No spiking or consolidation is necessary. Catalog CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Number Catalog Number CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Sample Size g g g g Contaminated Soils Gasoline Soil Type g g g g g Analyte Concentrations mg/kg (ppm) Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Benzene....9 Ethylbenzene...9. MTBE 9.. Toluene o-xylene..9 m+p Xylene.. Xylene Soil from Leaking Underground Storage Tank Certified for gasoline by USEPA SW, rd edition, methods SW and M. These are composite soil samples contaminated with BTEX. No spiking or consolidation is necessary. GRO(C-C) Concentration Sample Size mg/kg g mg/kg g mg/kg g mg/kg g

25 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils VOAs Analyte Concentration (mg/kg)* Soils These samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, method. Composite soil samples certified for Volatile Organic Compounds. Soil is a composite sample requiring no spiking or fortification and is intended to be analyzed as is. Catalog Number CR M - CR M - CR M - C R M 9 - Concentration High Low High Low Sample Size g g g g Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- Acetone. Benzene..9.. Bromoform.... Bromodichloromethane.9. Carbon Tetrachloride.... Chlorobenzene.. Chloroform...9.,-Dichlorobenzene..9,-Dichlorobenzene.99,-Dichloroethane (.),-Dichloroethane. Ethylbenzene...9 Ethylene Dibromide.. H exachloroethane (.) M ethylene Chloride (.).. -Methyl--Pentanone (.)..9 MTBE..9. Styrene.9 Tetrachloroethane.. Toluene.9...,,-Trichloroethane.9...9,,,-Tetrachloroethane.... Trichloroethene... Total Xylene * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

26 Soils Contaminated Soils VOAs Organic Samples These samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, method. Composite soil samples certified for Volatile Organic Compounds. Soil is a composite sample requiring no spiking or fortification and is intended to be analyzed as is. Catalog Number CR M - CR M - CR M - CR M - CR M - Soil Type Clay Clay Concentration High High Low High Low Sample Size g g g g g Analyte Concentration (mg/kg)* Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- A cetone ( 9.). (.).. Acetonitrile Acrolein (Propenal) Benzene B romoform (.99).9. Bromodichloromethane... -Butanone (MEK).. Carbon Tetrachloride.9 Chlorobenzene Chlorodibromomethane 9. Chloroform....,-Dibromoethane (EDB) (.) (.),-Dichlorobenzene.....,-Dichlorobenzene.....,-Dichlorobenzene 9...9,-Dichloroethane...9.9,-Dichloroethane..9..9,-Dichloropropane.. Ethylbenzene.... -Hexanone. (.) Methylene Chloride (.). (.) -Methyl--Pentanone...9. (.) MTBE (.) Styrene Tetrachloroethane.... Toluene....9.,,-Trichloroethane.,,-Trichloroethane..,,,-Tetrachloroethane...9,,,-Tetrachloroethane.9. T richloroethene (.)..,,-Trichloropropane.9 (.),,-Trimethylbenzene Total Xylene m+p Xylene.9... o-xylene..... * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

27 Soils Organic Samples Contaminated Soils PCBs The following were certified by USEPA SW. rd edition Method / and. Soil PCBs Soil is real-world waste produced from a contaminated site in the Eastern United States. g Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. Aroclor 9. mg/kg Aroclor ug/kg ph. CRM9- Soil PCBs Soil is real-world waste collected from a percolation pond at an electric generating facility in the Southeastern United States. g ph.9 CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. Aroclor. mg/kg Aroclor. mg/kg ph. CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from an electric utility storage site in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM99- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. Aroclor. mg/kg Aroclor. mg/kg ph.9 CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. Aroclor. mg/kg Aroclor. mg/kg ph. CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. Aroclor. mg/kg Aroclor. mg/kg y Sand ph. CRM9- Soil PCBs g Soil is real-world waste collected from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM9- Aroclor. mg/kg y Sand ph. CRM9-

28 Soils Contaminated Soils Semi-VOAs Organic Samples Samples analyzed for Semi-VOAs. The following samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, methods,, and. These samples are not spiked or fortified in any way. Soil/Sediment PAHs Soil PAHs/Pesticides Soil Semi-VOAs Soil contaminated with Semi-VOAs from the Western United States. ph. CRM- g PAH contaminated soil from a superfund site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g PAH contaminated soil/sediment from the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River (Chesapeake Bay area). ph. CRM- g Soil Phenols Soil Semi-VOAs Soil contaminated with Semi-VOAs from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil Semi-VOAs PAH contaminated soil from a site in the Western Region of the United States. y Sand ph. CRM- g Soil contaminated with phenols from a wood treating site in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States. ph.9 CRM- g g See page for analyte concentrations. Contaminated Soils TCLP Semi-VOAs Organic contaminated soil from a superfund site in the Western United States. Certified using methods USEPA SW, rd edition, Extraction Method and Analytical Methods, and. Catalog # CRM- Size Soil Type ph g Soil. Analyte Concentration (mg/kg)* CRM- o-cresol m +p Cresol () Total Cresol,-D () Lindane. Pentachlorophenol,,-Trichlorophenol 9. * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

29 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils Semi-VOAs Samples analyzed for Semi-VOAs. The following samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, methods, and. These samples are not spiked or fortified in any way. Analyte Concentrations mg/kg (ppm)* Soils Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Acenaphthylene.. Acenaphthene.. Anthracene. (.) Benzo(a)anthracene.9.. B enzo(b)fluoranthene ( 9.9).9 B enzo(k)fluoranthene (.). Benzo(g,h,i)perylene... Benzo(a)pyrene.9.. b is(-ethylhexyl)phthalate (.). C arbazole (9) -Chloro--methylphenol.9 -Chlorophenol.. Chlorophenol. Chrysene.. m+p Cresol. D ibenz(a,h)anthracene (.) (.9) Dibenzofuran..,-Dichlorophenol..,-Dinitrophenol.9 (.),-Dinitrotoluene 9..,-Dinitrotoluene. Fluoranthene... Fluorene... Hexachlorobenzene. Hexachloroethane. Indeno(,,-cd)Pyrene.. Methylnaphthalene -Methyl-,-dinitropenol. -and -Methylnapthlene. -Methylnaphthalene (.9). -Methylnaphthlene. Naphthalene... -Nitroaniline. -Nitroaniline. 9. Nitrobenzene Nitrophenol. -Nitrophenol... Pentachlorophenol Phenanthrene.9.. Phenol 9.. Pyrene. 9.. * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

30 Soils Contaminated Soils PCBs Organic Samples Industrial Soil PCBs g Soil-PCBs x g BCR LGC Concentration Table BCR LGC Certified Value Uncertainty (ug/kg) (mg/kg) (mg/kg) PCB. PCB. PCB... PCB 9... PCB 9.. PCB. PCB PCB.. PCB.. PCB.. PCB. 9. Contaminated Soils PAHs Contaminated Industrial Soil PAHs BCR g Soil PAHs Collected from a gasworks site. LGC g Concentration Table (mg/kg) BCR LGC Certifed values Uncertainty Acenaphthylene. Anthracene. Benzo(a)anthracene... Benzo(b)fluoranthene... Benzo(k)fluoranthene... Benzo(b)naphtho(,-d)thiphene.. Benzo(ghi)perylene. Benzo(a)pyrene... Benzo(e)pyrene.. Chrysene. Fluoranthene 9. Fluorene. Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene... Naphthalene.9 Pentachlorophenol.. Phenanthrene Pyrene. 9. Total PAH 9

31 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils BNAs Soils The BNA values in the samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, extraction methods / (soxhlet), (Sonication) and Analysis Method (Semi-volatile organics by GC/MS). Soil BNAs BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM9- Soil BNAs BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil BNAs g g g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States. y Sand ph. CRM- Soil BNAs BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. y Sand ph.9 CRM- Soil BNAs BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. y Sand ph. CRM- g g Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM9- Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil, from a site in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM- Soil BNAs g BNA contaminated soil from a site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- 9

32 Soils Contaminated Soils BNAs Analyte Concentrations mg/kg (ppm)* Organic Samples Component CRM9- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- CRM- CRM- Acenaphthylene Acenaphthene A nthracene (.) Benzo(a)anthracene.. Benzo(b)fluoranthene..9 Benzo(k)fluoranthene. Benzo(a)pyrene..... bis(-ethylhexyl)phthalate Bromophenylphenylether Butylbenzylphthalate.. Carbazole (.) (.) -Chloro--methylphenol Chloronaphthalene. -Chlorophenol Chlorophenyl-phenylether Chrysene Dibenzofuran ,-Dichlorobenzene.9,-Dichlorobenzene.9..,-Dichlorobenzene... Diethylphthalate Di-n-butyl phthalate... (.9)..,-Dichlorophenol ,-Dichlorophenol (.). 9,-Dimethylphenol.. Dimethylphthalate 9...,-Dinitrophenol.. (.) (.) (.),-Dinitrotoluene ,-Dinitrotoluene Dioctylphthalate.. F luoranthene (.) Fluorene Hexachlorobenzene Hexachlorobutadiene. Hexachloroethane Isophorone Methyl-,-dinitropenol Methylphenol Methylphenol & -Methylphenol. -Methylphenol -Methylphenol..9 (.) -Methylnaphthlene.. Naphthalene Nitroaniline Nitroaniline (.)...9 Nitrobenzene Nitrophenol Nitrophenol Pentachlorophenol Phenanthrene (.9). Phenol (.). 9. Pyrene ,,-Trichlorophenol...9,,-Trichlorophenol...,,-Trichlorobenzene...9 * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only. (.)

33 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils PCDDs and PCDFs Industrial Soil g Industrial Clay Soil Soils g BCR 9 BCR PCDDs and PCDFs (mg/kg) Concentration Table BCR 9 BCR Certified Value Uncertainty Certified Value Uncertainty,,-Trichlorobenzene....,,,-Tetrachlorobenzene.. -Chlorophenol.. Pentachlorobenzene..,-Dichlorophenol....,,-Trichlorophenol.... Pentachlorophenol.... PCDDs and PCDFs (ug/kg),,,-tcdd..,,,,-pecdd..,,,,,-hxcdd....,,,,,-hxcdd..9,,,,,9-hxcdd....,,,-tcdf..,,,,-pecdf....,,,,-pecdf....,,,,,-hxcdf....,,,,,-hxcdf.9..9.,,,,,9-hxcdf....,,,,,-hxcdf..

34 Soils Organic Samples Contaminated Soils Pesticides The following samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, method. Soil PAH/Pesticides Soil Pesticides Soil contaminated with pesticide compounds from an agricultural region of the Western United States. ph. CRM- Soil Pesticides Soil contaminated with pesticide compounds from an agricultural region of the Western United States. g PAH contaminated soil from a superfund site in the Western United States. ph. CRM- g g Soil Pesticides g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. y Sand ph. CRM- Soil Pesticides g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. y Sand ph. CRM9- ph. CRM- Analyte Concentrations ug/kg (ppb)* Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- Aldrin.. 9 alpha-bhc. 9 alpha-chlordane (.9) beta-bhc.,'-ddd 9 9.,'-DDE,'-DDT. Dieldrin,-Dichlorobenzoic 9 Endosulfan I 9 9. Endosulfan II 9. Endosulfan Sulfate Endrin 9.. Endrin aldehyde 9. gamma-chlordane. gamma-bhc 99. Heptachlor 9. Methoxychlor. Total Chlordane () Dalapon 9,-D acid 9,-DP Dicamba. MCPA 9 Pentachlorophenol,,-T acid * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only.

35 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils Pesticides The following samples were certified by USEPA SW, rd edition, method. Soils Soil Pesticides Soil Pesticides g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- Soil Pesticides Soil Pesticides g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph.9 CRM- Analyte Concentrations ug/kg (ppb)* Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- Aldrin 9. alpha-bhc 9 alpha-chlordane beta-bhc,'-ddd 9,'-DDE 9 9,'-DDT Dieldrin Endosulfan I 9 Endosulfan II 9 Endosulfan Sulfate 9 Endrin 9 Endrin Aldehyde. 9 Endrin Ketone (.) gamma-bhc (Lindane) Heptachlor 9. 9 Heptachlor Epoxide (beta) Methoxychlor Soil Organophosphorus Pesticide g Soil fortified with pesticide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only. Analyte Concentrations (mg/kg) Component CRM- Dichlorvos (DDVP). Demeton-S. Ronnel. Phorate. Azinophos methyl (guthion). Demeton-O. Diazinon. Malathion. Parathion, ethyl. Parathion, methyl <. Stirophos (tetrachlorovinphos). Sulfotepp <.

36 Soils Contaminated Soils Herbicides The following samples were certified by SW, rd edition, methods,,. Soil Herbicides Soil contaminated with herbicide compounds from an agricultural region of the Western United States. g Soil Herbicides Organic Samples g Soil fortified with herbicide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- Soil Herbicides g Soil fortified with herbicide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph.9 CRM- y Sand ph.9 CRM- Soil Herbicides g Soil fortified with herbicide compounds to meet the requirements of NELAC Fields of Testing, RCRA Solid. ph. CRM- Analyte Concentrations ug/kg (ppb)* Component CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM-,-Dichlorobenzoic () gamma-bhc M ethoxychlor () A cifluorfen () B entazon (<) C hloramben () D alapon ( ),-D acid,-db ( 9) D icamba ( 9) 9 D ichloroprop () M CPA () M CPP ( ) P entachlorophenol ( ) ( ) ( ) Picloram,,-T acid.,,-tp 9 Contaminated Soil Toxaphene/Chlordane Catalog # Soil Type ph Level Analyte Concentration Sample Size CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM- y Sand.9 Chlordane. Chlordane.9 Toxaphene. Chlordane. Toxaphene. Chlordane. Toxaphene.9 mg/kg g ug/kg g ug/kg g ug/kg g 9 ug/kg g 9 ug/kg g ug/kg g

37 Organic Samples Contaminated Soils Contaminants scoal-carbonization site soil x g Supplied by BG Technology. LGC Gas works-contaminated soil Supplied by BG Technology LGC Soils x g Concentration Table (mg/kg) LGC LGC Sulphur Easy liberated cyanide Complex cyanide Total Cyanide Water Soluble Choride.. Water Solube Suplhate As.. 9 Cr 99. Cu. Hg.. Ni.. Pb 9 9 Se.. V.. Zn 9 Acenaphthene.. Acenaphthylene. Anthracene. Benzo(ghi)perylene Benzo(a)anthracene. Benzo(b)fluoranthene. Benzo(k)fluoranthene. Benzo(a)pyrene. Chrysene 9. Dibenzo(ah)anthracene. Fluoranthene. Fluorene. Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene Naphthalene.. Phenanthrene Pyrene 9. Total PAH

38 Sewage Sludge Sewage Sludge Amended Soil Sewage Sludge Amended Soil Soil from a sewage sludge agricultural land farming application, located in the Western United States. ph.9 CRM- Sewage Sludge Amended Soil g g Inorganic Samples Sewage Sludge Amended Soil g BCR Sewage Sludge Amended Soil g BCR BCR R CRM- Aqua regia soluble content Ag. Al As 9 Ba Be. Ca 9 Cd... Co.. Cr. Cu. Fe Hg.. K Mg Mn 9 9 Mo. Na Ni. 99 Pb Se 9. 9 V 9 Zn Concentration Table (mg/kg) BCR R BCR BCR EDTA Acetic acid EDTA Acetic acid

39 Inorganic Samples Sewage Sludge Paint Sludge (dry) Paint sludge waste material from an industrial painting facility located in the Eastern United States. Sludge ph. CRM- Plating Sludge No. (wet) Plating Sludge No. (wet) Plating Sludge No. (wet) g Sludge waste material from an electroplating facility located in the Western United States. Sludge ph. CRM- g Sludge waste material from a copper electroplating process of a circuit board manufacturer, located in the Midwestern United States. Sludge ph.99 CRM9- g g Sludge waste material (wet) from a chrome-plating facility located in the Western United States. Sewage Sludge (wet) Sewage Sludge (dry) Sewage Sludge (dry) Sewage Sludge Raw sewage sludge from a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), representative of a residential area with industrial influence, located in the Western United States. Sludge ph. CRM- Digested sewage sludge from a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), representative of a residential area with light industrial influence, located in the Western United States. Sludge ph. CRM9- Digested sewage sludge from a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), representative of a residential area with industrial influence, located in the Western United States. Sludge ph. CRM- g g g Sludge ph. CRM- Metal Concentrations (mg/kg)* Metal CRM- CRM9- CRM- CRM- CRM- CRM9- CRM- Al. 9 Sb. As... Ba 99 9 Be... Cd... Ca 9 9 Cr Co...9 Cu Fe Pb Mg. 9 9 Mn. 99 Hg... Mo... Ni K Se. 9.. Ag.9... Na 9. * Values in parentheses are not certified and given for information only. Sr Tl. 9 V Zn

40 Sewage Sludge Sewage Sludge Sewage Sludge (domestic origin) BCR R Sewage Sludge (mixed origin) BCR R Sewage Sludge (industrial origin) BCR R Sewage Sludge Chromium BCR 9 g g g g Sewage Sludge Domestic Sludge SRM Industrial Sludge Inorganic Samples g Obtained from an industrial site in Northern New Jersey, USA where pharmaceutical research is carried out. SRM g The extractable metal content refers to metals soluble in Aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC g Sewage Sludge x g An aged sewage sludge collected from a disused sewage works site at Heathrow in London. Dried, sterilized and ground to a powder. The extractable metal content refers to metals soluble in Aqua Regia using methods based on ISO (99). LGC BCR R BCR R Concentration Table (mg/kg) BCR R BCR 9 L GC LGC * SRM SRM Aqua Regia soluble content Aqua Regia soluble content Aqua Regia soluble content Ag 9. Al As. Ba Cd Co Cr Cu 9. 9 Fe 9 Hg K. Mg. Mn 9 9. Mo.. N Na 9.. Ni Pb Se.. Zn * This sample s concentrations are measured in ug/l.

41 Organic Samples Sewage Sludge API Separator Sludge Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) contaminated oily sludge from a refinery located in the Western United States. Sludge ph.9 CRM- g Sewage Sludge PAHs Sewage Sludge x g A digested sewage sludge of mixed origin was taken originally from a city water treatment plant immediately after discharge from a digestion tank. LGC Sewage Sludge PAHs g BCR Concentration Table (mg/kg) CRM- BCR LGC Acenaphthene. Anthracene. Benzo(a)anthracene.9. Benzo(a)pyrene.9.9 Benzo(b)fluroanthene..9 Benzo(b)naptho(,-d)-thiopene. Benzo(e)pyrene. Benzo(ghi)perylene. Benzo(k)fluoranthene.. Chrysene. Fluoranthene. Fluorene..9 Indeno(,,-cd)pyrene.. Methylnaphthalene Naphthalene 9.. Phenanthrene. Pyrene... 9

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