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This paper discusses the data resulting from a number of compara tive sampling techniques which took place at one well-documented TCDD site. Study Area in Missouri The study site, consisting of about 11 contaminated acres belonging to eight property owners, is in a small community midway between Verona and St. Louis, Missouri. Records indicate that on May 20, 1971, a truck driven by an employee of a salvage waste oil company was ticketed for being 950 pounds overweight. The truck was en route from Verona to St.
When less accuracy is needed, no balance is utilized, and sample size is estimated by volume. To the soil are added 100 μg/l of water, 40 ul of methanol, and 500 μΐ of technical grade hexane. The sample is agitated for about 20 seconds by hard shaking or by holding the vial to the tip of a vibrating engraver. Finally, a dilution is made if a high PCB level is antici pated. If not, the top layer in the vial is sampled with a 10 μΐ syringe, and a 1-3 μΐ sample is injected into the GC. S. copyright.
Environmental Sampling for Hazardous Wastes by Glenn E. Schweitzer and John A. Santolucito (Eds.)