Appendix B
Consolidated Exhaust Gas Characteristics for the JACADS and TOCDF Baseline Incineration Systems

Emissions test results were originally reported in the units required by the cognizant agencies at the time. Over time, the reporting units have changed and are now different for each facility. Consequently, direct comparisons and meaningful summaries require converting results into common units. The information in this appendix is standardized to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reference conditions (68°F for temperature; 760 mm Hg for pressure; 0 percent for moisture; and 7 percent for residual oxygen content) and conventional EPA regulatory units (ppmdv for gaseous criteria pollutants and acid gases; mg/dsm 3 for particulates; μg/dsm3 for individual elements; and ng/dsm3 at 7 percent O2 for trace organics). In developing this appendix, the committee reviewed the underlying laboratory and field reports to verify the overall accuracy of data reduction and quality assurance warnings. Reported results were compared to database values prior to standardization to eliminate transcription errors and identify errors in data reduction.



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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration Appendix B Consolidated Exhaust Gas Characteristics for the JACADS and TOCDF Baseline Incineration Systems Emissions test results were originally reported in the units required by the cognizant agencies at the time. Over time, the reporting units have changed and are now different for each facility. Consequently, direct comparisons and meaningful summaries require converting results into common units. The information in this appendix is standardized to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reference conditions (68°F for temperature; 760 mm Hg for pressure; 0 percent for moisture; and 7 percent for residual oxygen content) and conventional EPA regulatory units (ppmdv for gaseous criteria pollutants and acid gases; mg/dsm 3 for particulates; μg/dsm3 for individual elements; and ng/dsm3 at 7 percent O2 for trace organics). In developing this appendix, the committee reviewed the underlying laboratory and field reports to verify the overall accuracy of data reduction and quality assurance warnings. Reported results were compared to database values prior to standardization to eliminate transcription errors and identify errors in data reduction.

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration TABLE B-1 Exhaust Gas Characteristics for the JACADS and TOCDF Baseline Incineration Systems   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Exhaust Gas Characteristics Temperature (ºF)   155     155 180 208.23 280 100%   Flow rate (dsft3/min)   149     149 2,275 6,043 11,493 100%   Oxygen (%)   162     162 1.2 12.955 15.1 100%   Moisture (%)   158     158 31.3 40.543 56.2 100%   Combustion Quality Indicators (ppmdv) Carbon monoxide   35 0   35 2 39 62 100%   Total hydrocarbons as carbon   20 0   20 2.6 6.6 9.0 100%   Chemical Agents (ng/dsm3) GB (Sarin)   28 28 3.6 0       0% 0.0006 HD (mustard gas)   12 12 230 0       0% 0.035 VX   0 0   0           Particulates PM (gr/dsm3)   103 0   103 0.9 14.7 50 100%   PM (gr/dscf)   103 103   103 0.0004 0.006 0.022 100%   CAA Acid Gas HAPs (ppmdv) Hydrogen chloride   60 44   16 0.01 11 44.16 27% 11,172 Chlorine gas   6 3 (0.03) 0       0% (30.00) CAA Trace Element HAPs (μg/dsm3) Arsenic (2.3) 49 37 (0.02) 12 1 10 42 24%   Beryllium (4.2) 35 0   2 0.008 0.008 0.008 6%   Cadmium (5.6) 35 7 (0.20) 28 0 6 50 80%   Cobalt   9 0   9 0.08 0.23 0.8 100%   Chromium (total) 1,000,000 46 0   41 0.22 7.4 56 89%   Chromium (hexavalent) (0.83) 20 13 (0.3) 7 0.34 1.8 4.2 35%   Mercury 300 43 0   26 0.25 7.1 25 60% 0.9

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     CAA Trace Element HAPs (μg/dsm3) Manganese   30 0   30 0.43 233 2,105 100%   Phosphorus   12 0   12 84 1,508 5,934 100%   Antimony 300 35 28 (0.11) 7 0.16 1.9 5.4 20%   Selenium   24 0   6 0.16 6.2 15 25 %   Other Trace Elements (μg/dsm3) Aluminum   9 0   9 82 98 125 100%   Barium 50,000 42 0   34 1 14 86 81%   Boron   12 0   12 0.41 36 257 100%   Copper   24 0   19 0.20 49 294 79%   Potassium   20 0   14 19 1,253 5,940 70%   Nickel (42) 19 0   17 0.16 33 216 89%   Lead 90 49 0   34 0.16 122 1,704 69%   Tin   24 0 (14) 18 2.0 122 692 75%   Thallium   35 35 (0.1) 0       0%   Vanadium   9 9 (0.81) 0       0%   Zinc   39 0   35 7.5 119 488 90%   CAA Trace Organic HAPs (ng/dsm3) 4-aminobiphenyl   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Aniline (14,000) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) Benzene (12,000) 39 0   23 0.10 17,401 99,286 59% 5 Benzidene (0.15) 12 12 (9,994) 0 0%       (1) Bromoform   39 0   26 0.0002 6,234 18,230 67% 1 Bromomethane 800 21 14 (2,904) 7 3,690 5,320 6,775 33% 1 Butadiene   18 18 (11,564) 0       0% (5)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     CAA Trace Organic HAPs (ng/dsm3) Carbon tetrachloride (670) 26 18 (2,219) 8 2,823 26,655 86,623 31% 4 Chloroform (430) 33 0   21 0.0001 8,069 42,304 64% 2 Carbon disulfide 200,000 29 23 (812) 6 14,020 25,127 47,170 21% 8 Dibenzofuran   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 1,3-dichlorobenzene 10,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 1,4-dichlorobenzene 10,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 3,3-dichlorobenzidine   12 12 (10,974) 0       0% (1) Trans-1,3-dichloropropene (0.029) 15 15 (2,219) 0       0% (0.5) 3,3-dimethylbenzidene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) 2,4-dinitrotoluene (110) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.8) Ethlylene dibromide (0.45) 12 12 (2,336) 0       0% (0.3) Ethylbenzene   26 19 (403) 7 521 2,016 4,250 27% 0.5 Ethyl chloride   18 18 (1,958) 0       0% (0.7) Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (42,000) 15 10 (6,178) 5 10,723 94,214 272,641 33% 6 N-hexane   21 17 (1,958) 4 2,336 2,523 2,682 19% 0.7 Hexachlorobenzene (total)   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Hexachlorobutadiene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 5,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Hexachloroethane   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Isophorone   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Methyl ethyl ketone 80,000 24 20 (10,572) 4 69,856 78,682 92,667 17% 26 Methylene chloride (2,400) 39 15 (0.00006) 18 0.0004 205,026 3,088,889 55% 58 2-methylphenol [o-cresol] 50,000 15 12 (6,074) 3 77,222 164,605 264,762 20% 37 Naphthalene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Nitrobenzene 800 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 4-nitrophenol   12 12 (7,722) 0       0% (1) Styrene   35 19 (1,283) 16 3,947 42,283 514,734 46% 17 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane (170) 27 25 (1,283) 2 2,206 2,206 2,206 7% 0.3 1,1,2-trichloroethane (630) 18 18 (1,958) 0       0% (0.4) Tetrachloroethylene (21,000) 6 3 (3,349) 3 4,277 16,135 26,476 50% 2 Toluene 300,000 36 0   24 0.00 5,960 28,234 67% 0.8 Vinyl bromide   9 9 (9,789) 0       0% (2) Vinylidene chloride   3 3 (2,219) 0       0% (0.6)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μtg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Caa Trace Organic HAPs (ng/dsm3) Methyl chloride   12 9 (3,527) 3 29,938 1,135,218 3,088,889 25% 541 Vinyl chloride (1,400) 26 18 (415) 8 996 5,325 21,502 31% 2 Vinyl acetate   24 22 (1,324) 2 1,497 1,497 1,497 8% 0.4 Xylene(m & p) 80,000 22 17 (434) 5 456 2,910 5,169 23% 0.7 Xylene(o) 80,000 22 0   6 934 2,066 3,676 27% 0.5 Pentachlorophenol (total) 30,000 12 12 (30,370) 0       0% (3) Phenol 30,000 12 7 (6,765) 5 7,125 9,632 13,440 42% 2 1,4-benzenediamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene 20,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.8) 4-methylphenol [p-cresol] 50,000 3 1 (6,178) 2 51,323 943,503 1,835,683 67% 210 3-methylphenol [m-cresol] 50,000 3 0   2 2,780 12,422 22,063 67% 3 Dimethylphthalate   9 0   8 9,953 30,987 99,942 89% 4 Di-n-butylphthalate 100,000 3 0   3 10,811 31,013 66,190 100% 3 Cis-1,3-dichloropropene (0.029) 3 3 (2,336) 0       0% (0.5) Other Trace Organics (ng/dsm3) Acenaphthene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Acenaphthylene   12 0   1 1,000 1,000 1,000 8% 0.05 Acetone   39     28 0.001 32,851 110,317 72% 14 Acetophenone 100,000 12 11 (6,074) 1 6,828 6,828 6,828 8% 1 2-acetylaminofluorene   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (7) 3-amino-9-ethycarbazole   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (7) Anthracene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.8) Aramite   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.4) Benzoic acid   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (12) Benz(a)anthracene (11) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Bromodichloromethane   21 12 (2,937) 9 3,271 6,968 13,440 43% 1 Benzo(b)fluoranthene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Benzo(j)fluoranthene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Benzo(k)fluoranthene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Benzo(g,h,i)perylene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Benzo(a)pyrene (3) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Bromodichloromethane   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μtg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Other Trace Organics (ng/dsm3) Benzyl alcohol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Benzaldehyde   12 10 (6,074) 2 9,438 19,791 30,145 17% 4 Benzenethiol   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (13) Biphenyl   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Bromophenyl-phenylether(4)   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Butylbenzylphthalate   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Cis-1,4-dichloro-2-butene   21 21 (1,958) 0       0% (0.4) Trans-1,4-dichloro-2-butene   12 12 (2,336) 0       0% (0.4) Cis-1,3-dichloropropene (2.2) 31 18 (403) 13 478 140,561 898,154 42% 30 4-chloroaniline   9 9 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether (0.16) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2,2-oxybis(1-chloropropane)   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) Chlorobenzilate   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.4) 4-chloro-3-methylphenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 1-chloronaphthalene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 2-chloronaphthalene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 2-chlorophenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 4-chlorophenyl-phenylether   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Chrysene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) 2-chloropropane   12 12 (2,336) 0       0% (0.7) Chlorobenzenes (total)   29 22 (434) 7 539 2,519 3,942 24% (0.09) 4,4-DDE   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (5) Diallate   12 12 (11,681) 0       0% (1) Dibenz(a,h)anthracene (0.71) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.52) Dibromochloropropane   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (6) di-n-butyl phthalate 100,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) 1,2-dichlorobenzene 10,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2,4-dichlorophenol 3,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 2,6-dichlorophenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Dichloromethane   9 3 (1,958) 6 7,201 9,353 11,797 67% 3 Dibromomethane   18 18 (2,219) 0       0% (0.3)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Other Trace Organics (ng/dsm3) 1,1-dichloroethene   25 25 (415) 0       0% (0.1) 1,2-dichloroethene   12 12 (1,958) 0       0% (0.5) 1,2-dichloropropane   27 25 (1,103) 2 1,047,846 1,047,846 1,047,846 7% 223 1,1-dichloroethane (380) 18 18 (1,958) 0       0% (0.5) 1,2-dichloroethane (200) 15 15 (2,219) 0       0% (0.5) Dihydrosafrole   12 12 (7,722) 0       0% (1) Diethylphthalate 800,000 15 12 (6,074) 3 66,190 400,164 933,286 20% 43 P-dimethylaminoazobenzene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) 7,12-dimethylbenzo(a)anthracene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) a,a-dimethylphenethyl-amine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2,4-dimethylphenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Dimethylphthalate   12 11 (5,840) 1 41,456 41,456 41,456 8% 5 1,3-dinitrobenzene (m,o,p)   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 4,6-dinitro-2-methylphenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2,4-dinitrophenol   12 12 (30,370) 0       0% (4) 2,6-dinitrotoluene   12 9 (6,074) 3       25% (0.8) Dioxathion   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (3) Di-n-octylphthalate   15 14 (5,988) 1 48,540 48,540 48,540 7% 4 1,2-diphenylhydrazine (4.5) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Diphenylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Ethylmethanosulfonate   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Ethylparathion   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (12) Fluoranthene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Fluorene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Freon 12   12 12 (2,336) 0       0% (0.5) Freon 113   18 18 (1,958) 0       0% (0.3) 2-hexanone   27 25 (600) 2 3,500 3,500 3,500 7% 0.8 Heptachlor (7.7) 12 12 (44,800) 0       0% (3) Hexachlorophene 300 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.4) Hexachloropropene   12 12 (7,095) 0       0% (0.7) Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Isosafrole   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) Methapyrilene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Other Trace Organics (ng/dsm3) 4-methyl-2-pentanone   24 23 (1,283) 1 10,370 10,370 10,370 4% 2 Methoxyclor 50,000 12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (4) 3-methylcholanthrene (3.7) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.5) Methylmethanesulfonate   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 3,4-methylphenanthrene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.8) 2-methylnaphthalene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2-methyl-5-nitroaniline   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (11) 1-naphthylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 2-naphthylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% ( 1 ) 2-nitrophenol   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 4-nitroquinoline-1-oxide   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) N-nitrozo-di-n-butylamine ng/dsm3   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) N-nitroso-di-n-propylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) N-nitrosodiethylamine (0.23) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) N-nitrosodimethylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) N-nitrophenylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 1,4-naphthoquinone   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) 5-nitroacenaphthene   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (7) 2-nitroaniline   12 12 (35,474) 0       0% (6) 3-nitroaniline   12 12 (35,474) 0       0% (6) 4-nitroaniline   12 12 (35,474) 0       0% (6) 2-propanol   12 12 (230,226) 0       0% (92) 1,1,1,2-tetrachloroethane   12 12 (2,336) 0       0% (0.5) Trans-1,2-dichloroethane (38) 15 15 (1,958) 0       0% (0.5) Trichloroethane   3 3 (2,219) 0       0% (0.4) 1,1,1-trichloroethane   31 26 (403) 5 479 9,131 20,416 16% 2 Tetrachloroethene   31 22 (403) 9 428 2,814 8,541 29% 0.4 Trichlorofluoromethane 300,000 18 18 (1,958) 0       0% (0.3) 1,1,2-trichloroethene   7 6 (0) 1 0.0003 0.0003 0.0003 14% 0.00000005 Trichloroethylene (7,700) 15 15 (1,958) 0       0% (0.4) 1,2,3-chloropropane   3 3 (3,349) 0       0% (1) Trans-1,3-dichloropropene (0.029) 15 15 (2,219) 0       0% (0.5)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Other Trace Organics (ng/dsm3) Bromoethane   9 9 (11,564) 0       0% (3) N-nitrosomethylethylamine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) N-nitrosomorpholine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) N-nitrosopiperidine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) N-nitrosopyrrolidine (16) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) 5-nitro-o-toluidine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Pentachlorobenzene (total) 800 12 12 (7,095) 0       0% (0.7) Penthachloroethane   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Pentachloronitrobenzene (140) 12 12 (30,370) 0       0% (3) Phenacetin   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.8) Phenanthrene   12 11 (6,074) 1 8,752 8,752 8,752 8% 1 2-picoline   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (2) Pronamide (2,200) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.6) Pyrene ·   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Pyridine 1,000 12 12 (11,681) 0       0% (4) Quinoline   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (11) Safrole   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.9) 1,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene 300 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) 2,3,4,6-tetrachlorophenol 30,000 12 12 (30,370) 0       0% (3) P-toludine   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (14) 2-toluidine   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (1) Tributylamine   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (8) 2,4,5-trichlorophenol 100,000 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) 2,4,6-trichlorophenol (1,800) 12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) 0,0,0-triethylphosphorothioate   12 12 (60,739) 0       0% (10) 1,3,5-trinitrobenzene   12 12 (6,074) 0       0% (0.7) Chloromethane 28,000 12 9 (3,349) 3 705,692 786,818 904,603 25% 375 Total xylene 80,000 3 2 (1,283) 1 1,986 1,986 1,986 33% 0.4 Trans-l,2-dichloroethylene   3 3 (2,336) 0       0% (0.6) N,n'-diisopropylcarbodiimide   6 6 (52,000) 0       0% (10) Diisopropylmethylphosphonate   6 6 (60,739) 0       0% (10) 1,2,3-trichlorophenol   6 6 (2,000) 0       0% (0.2)

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration   Risk-Specific Dose or Reference Air Concentration (RsD or RAC)a Total Runs Nondetects Lower than Lowest Detected Valuesb Detected Values Only Detected Values Average or DL ppbdv Values are at 7% O2 Unless Otherwise Specified μg/m3 N N Detection Limit N Minimum Average Maximum     Polychlorinated Dibenzo-P-Dioxins and Dibenzo Furans (ng/dsm3) 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (0.00022) 32 31 (0.0002) 1 0.002 0.002 0.002 3% 0.0000002 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins (total)   47 13 (0.0004) 36 0.001 0.110 0.968 72% 0.000008 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran   32 9 (0.002) 26 0.003 0.015 0.066 74% 0.000001 Tetrachlorodibenzofurans (total)   50 0   51 0.004 0.208 1.244 96% 0.00002 1,2,3,7,8-pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin   32 32 (0.001) 0       0% (0.0000001) Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins (total)   43 28 (0.001) 15 0.005 0.181 0.877 33% 0.00001 1,2,3,7,8-pentachlorodibenzofuran   32 30 (0.001) 2 0.054 0.064 0.074 6% 0.000005 2,3,4,7,8-pentachlorodibenzofuran   32 29 (0.0005) 3 0.041 0.086 0.159 9% 0.000006 Pentachlorodibenzofurans (total)   47 17 (0.001) 30 0.004 0.357 1.815 60% 0.00003 1,2,3,4,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo-p dioxin (0.0077) 32 32 (0.0002) 0       0%   (0.00000001)                     1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo p-dioxin (0.0077) 32 32 (0.0001) 0       0%   (0.00000001)                     1,2,3,7,8,9-hexachlorodibenzo-p dioxin (0.0077) 32 31 (0.0002) 6 0 0.0211 0.1269 17% 0.000001 Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins (total)   47 28 (0.0002) 19 0.006 0.528 2.860 38% 0.00003 1,2,3,4,7,8-hexachlorodibenzofuran   32 27 (0.0002) 5 0.12 0.20 0.31 14% 0.00001 1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzofuran   32 28 (0.0001) 9 0 0.0283 0.0861 26% 0.000002 1,2,3,7,8,9-hexachlorodibenzofuran   32 32 (0.0002) 0       0%   (0.00000001)                     2,3,4,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzofuran   32 27 (0.0002) 10 0 0.0212 0.1776 29% 0.000001 Hexachlorodibenzofurans (total)   47 20 (0.0003) 27 0.0059 0.3394 1.1381 54% 0.00002 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-heptachlorodibenzo-p dioxin   32 23 (0.0004) 9 0.0051 0.0777 0.2982 26% 0.000004 Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins (total)   47 28 (0.0004) 19 0.005 0.281 1.047 38% 0.00002 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-heptachlorodibenzofuran   32 25 (0.0003) 7 0.0051 0.0887 0.1822 20% 0.000005 1,2,3,4,7,8,9-heptachlorodibenzofuran   32 28 (0.0001) 9 0 0.0576 0.2157 26% 0.000003 Heptachlorodibenzofurans (total)   44 17 (0.0003) 27 0.007 0.204 1.138 57% 0.00001 Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin   47 27 (0.002) 20 0.015 0.183 0.634 40% 0.00001 Octachlorodibenzofuran   50 42 (0.001) 8 0.018 0.152 0.426 15% 0.000008 Total dioxins & furans   40 0   40 0.010 1.372 8.645 100% 0.00009 International toxic equivalency ( 1989   36 36   39 0.001 0.037 0.206 100% 0.000003 ITEQ calculated setting all BDL values to 0   35 0   35 0.0 0.010 0.131 100% 0.000001 a Average annual reference air concentrations (RAC) and risk specific dose (RsD) values in μg/m3 are taken from 40 CFR 266, Appendices IV and V. RsD values are shown in parentheses. The RAC is 0.1 μg/m3 for SOPCs without a pollutant-specific RAC or RsD. Since the emitted concentration ranges are between 642,000 (MPF), 919,000 (LIC), and 1,350,000 (DFS) times greater than the annual average concentration represented by the RAC and RsD, to compare these inhalation pathway-based concentrations with measured concentrations and detection limits, multiply the RAC or RsD by 1,000,000 for particulates and metals. The multiplier for trace organic emissions is 1,000,000,000 to account for the difference in reported units. b Nondetected concentrations with detection limits above detected values for other sampling intervals have been excluded from the table to facilitate summary presentation of the data. To determine the number of these runs, subtract the number of detects and nondetects less than the lowest detected value from the total number of runs.

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration Source: Compiled from data in sources listed below. JACADS Data Sources: Metco Environmental. 1992a. Source Emissions Survey of Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System Liquid Incinerator Stack [LIC/GB]. Prepared for Southern Research Institute, August 1992. Addison, Texas: Metco Environmental. Metco Environmental. 1992b. Source Emissions Survey of Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System Liquid Incinerator Stack [LIC/VX], February and March 1992. Prepared for Southern Research Institute, February 1992. Addison, Texas: Metco Environmental. Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, Inc. 1995. RCRA Trial Burn Report for Agent GB/Dunnage, in the Dunnage Incinerator at the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System [DUN/GB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, March 1995. Philadelphia, Pa.: Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, Inc. SRI. 1991. Results of the RCRA Trial Burn with GB Feed for the Liquid Incinerator at the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System [LIC/GB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, June 17, 1991. Birmingham, Ala.: Southern Research Institute. SRI (Southern Research Institute). 1992a. Results of the RCRA Trial Burn with VX Feed for the Liquid Incinerator at the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System, Volume IV (SRI-APC-92-384-7530.11.1-I) [LIC/VX]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. Birmingham, Ala.: Southern Research Institute. SRI. 1992b. Results of the RCRA Trial Burn of the Metal Parts Furnace System with HD at the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System, Volume II (SRI-APC-92-834-7530.9.l-I) [MPF/HD]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. Birmingham, Ala.: Southern Research Institute. SRI. 1992c. Results of the RCRA Demonstration Burn with HD Feed for the Liquid Incinerator at the Johnson Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System, Volume IV, Appendix F (SRI-APC-92-7530.10.1-I) [LIC/HD]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. Birmingham, Ala.: Southern Research Institute. United Engineers (United Engineers & Constructors, Inc.). 1992. RCRA Trial Burn Report for HD-Mustard Ton Containers-Metal Parts Furnace at the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System [MPF/HD]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, December 16, 1992. Philadelphia, Pa.: United Engineers & Constructors, Inc. United Engineers. 1993. Results of the Demonstration Test Burn for Thermal Destruction of Agent HD in the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System Liquid Incinerator, [LIC/HD]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, February 1993. Philadelphia, Pa.: United Engineers & Constructors, Inc. TOCDF Data Sources: Alliance Technologies Corporation. 1992. RCRA Compliance Test Results with Mixed Agent HD/Munitions for the Cryofracture Program on the Deactivation Furnace System, Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System [DSF/HD]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. Windsor, Conn.: TRC Environmental Corp. EG&G. 1995. Tooele Chemical Disposal Facility (TOCDF), Surrogate Trial Burn Report for Liquid Incinerator Number 1 [LIC/STB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, November 29, 1995. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G. 1997a. MPF GB ATB Report, Rev. 2 (partial report), [MPF/GB]. Prepared for Southern Research Institute, December 31, 1997a. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc.

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Carbon Filtration for Reducing Emissions from Chemical Agent Incineration EG&G. 1997b. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), RCRA Agent Trial Burn Report for the Liquid Incinerator System #2 [LIC/GB]. Prepared for Southern Research Institute, October 27, 1997. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G. 1997c. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), RCRA Agent Trial Burn Report for the Metal Parts Furnace, Appendices A-K [MPF/GB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, August 15, 1997. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G. 1997d. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), RCRA Agent Trial Burn Report for the Liquid Incinerator System #1, Appendices A-K, [LIC/GB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, July 7, 1997. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G. 1997e. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), DFS TSCA Demonstration Test Burn Report for the Deactivation Furnace System [DFS/GB]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, April 24, 1997. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G. 1997f. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), RCRA Agent GB Trial Burn Report for the Deactivation Furnace System [DFS/GB], Appendices A-J. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, April 9, 1997. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. EG&G (EG&G Defense Materials, Inc.). 1998. Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), RCRA Agent Trial Burn Report for the Deactivation Furnace System [DSF/ GB]. Prepared for Southern Research Institute, January 14, 1998. Tooele, Utah: EG&G Defense Materials, Inc. TRC (TRC Environmental Corporation). 1993a. Results of the Chromium Emissions Test Program on the Deactivation Furnace System Baseline Test Conditions, Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System (CAMDS), Tooele, Utah [DFS/Propane]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, May 1993. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: U.S. Army Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. TRC. 1993. RCRA Compliance Test Results with Mixed Agent VX/Munitions for the Cryofracture Program on the Deactivation Furnace System, Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System [DFS/VX]. Prepared for Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization, October 1993. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: U.S. Army Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization.