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Fiche Signalétique - Herefordshire Council
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BASELINE CONTAMINATION SURVEY REPORT
FOR
WALFORD TIMBER WORKS,
THE SAWMILLS, WALFORD,
ROSS-ON-WYE HR9 5QS
PREPARED
FOR
WALFORD TIMBER LIMITED
Report No. 3785
Wilson Associates (Consulting) Limited
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
Company No. 6133365
Job No. 3785
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Report Production Record
Report No
3785
Site Name
Walford Timber Works, The Saw Mills, Walford, HR9 5QS
Client
Walford Timber Limited
Report on
Baseline Contamination Survey
Issue No. / Status
1
Final
Prepared by
Matthew R Green
BSc(Hons) FGS
Approved by
David J Wilson
BSc(Geol) CGeol FGS MIQ
Date
11 November 2014
Report Revision Record
Issue No.
Date
Revision Details
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CONTENTS
REPORT
Page No.
1
INTRODUCTION
1
2
SITE LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
2
3
DESK STUDY RESEARCHES
3
4
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
7
5
PRELIMINARY RISK ASSESSMENT
7
6
GROUND INVESTIGATION REPORT
9
Site Works
9
Laboratory Testing – Contamination
13
Discussion on Ground Conditions
14
7
CONTAMINATION ASSESSMENT AND REFINED
CONCEPTUAL SITE MODEL
8
CONCLUSIONS
37
9
REFERENCES
39
DRAWINGS
No.
SITE LOCATION
3785/1
SITE LAYOUT SHOWING EXPLORATORY HOLE POSITIONS
3785/2
EXTRACTS OF OS MAPPING TO SHOW SITE HISTORY
3785/3
APPENDICES
1
PHOTOGRAPHS
2
BOREHOLE LOGS
3
CERTIFIED CONTAMINATION TEST RESULTS
4
ENVIROCHECK REPORT
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Executive Summary
A ground investigation, preceded by desk study researches, has been undertaken at the
above site in order to provide a baseline contamination survey. It is intended that this report be
submitted in support of an impending application to the Local Planning Authority (LPA) and
Environment Agency (EA) for a Part A (2) Permit under the Industrial Emissions Directive.
Desk study researches identified the site to comprise mostly undeveloped agricultural land
until sometime between 1976 and 1994, although a corn & saw mill has occupied the extreme
south-eastern corner from at least the earliest available Ordnance Survey mapping of 1888. In
1945 those buildings developed into a small timber treatment works which has since expanded
into the layout currently in operation, comprising a single treatment building plus external
storage yards and associated outbuildings. Despite the range of chemicals used over the
years and the sensitive environmental setting, no site-specific pollution incidents have been
recorded.
Based upon available information intrusive drilling investigation was subsequently undertaken,
targeted to reflect both the existing timber treatment works and provide coverage of a
proposed additional treatment building. Investigation identified a consistent ground profile
beneath the site broadly concordant with recorded geological mapping, comprising ʻbedrockʼ of
the Brownstones Formation partly overlain by alluvial deposits, and with almost total cover of
concrete hardstanding.
Laboratory testing has addressed the principal contaminants of concern given the former and
current site usage, namely toxic & phytotoxic metals, volatile and semi-volatile organic
compounds (VOC & SVOC), speciated polyaromatic and petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH &
PAH), speciated phenols, plus other associated determinands. Testing principally addressed
groundwater however soil samples were also analysed.
Given the prime objective of the investigation, that of providing a baseline land quality survey
prior to permit application, routine quantitative contamination risk assessment has not been
undertaken, although there is no current evidence of significant impaction of either soil or
groundwater beneath the site, nor within the adjacent stream. It is instead intended that this
report forms a ʻbenchmarkʼ assessment for future reference, in particular as/when an
application may be made for permit surrender.
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BASELINE CONTAMINATION SURVEY REPORT FOR
WALFORD TIMBER WORKS , THE SAW MILLS, WALFORD,
ROSS-ON-WYE HR9 5QS
PREPARED FOR WALFORD TIMBER LIMITED
1
INTRODUCTION
1.1
A baseline contamination survey is required to support an application for a Part A
(2) Permit to cover the existing timber treatment works and a planned second
treatment building, as required by forthcoming legislation under the Industrial
Emissions Directive.
A site investigation was therefore undertaken in order to
assess the site history and geoenvironmental setting, to confirm the ground
profile, and to establish the extent (if any) of existing soil and groundwater
contamination. This is not a routine contamination risk assessment report; rather it
is intended to form the baseline condition survey of contamination beneath the
site, for comparison with a repeat survey to be undertaken at the time of any
future application for Permit surrender.
1.2
Site investigations were preceded by a Phase 1 geo-environmental desk study,
carried out in general accordance with BS10175:2011 “Code of Practice for the
Investigation of Potentially Contaminated Sites”.
1.3
This report has been prepared in line with the agreed scope of works as set out
within our proposal Q14150R dated 26 August 2014, and subsequently amended,
with email instructions received on 1 September 2014 from George Smith of
Walford Timber Limited.
2
SITE LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
2.1
Centred on National Grid Reference 358590-219870 the site lies on the southwestern side of Walford, Herefordshire, some 5km southwest of Ross-on-Wye as
shown on drawing 3785/1. The roughly rectangular site measures some 280m in
a north-south direction by up to 180m east-west, and is occupied by the
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operational Walford Timber Works, comprising single timber treatment building,
extensive external storage yards plus associated outbuildings and offices. As also
shown on drawing 3785/2, it is proposed to add a second treatment building
towards the western site boundary.
2.2
Existing residential dwellings and gardens lie beyond the north-eastern boundary,
whilst the B4234 Ross-Lydbrook road forms the remaining eastern boundary. Open
agricultural land extends on all other sides, with a disused railway embankment and
stream forming the western boundary, beyond which the southerly-flowing River Wye
passes at some 100m distance. A selection of photographs is presented in Appendix
1 (further have been retained on file).
2.3
Consistent with the commercial occupation the site is essentially devoid of significant
trees or vegetation, except for boundary hedges/trees and some minor internal selfseeded bushes. Ordnance Survey mapping and topographical data provided by the
client indicate a site-centred elevation of some 29m AOD, although levels range from
some 36m AOD at the eastern boundary against the road, to 26m AOD along the
western boundary stream course. Some measure of levelling achieved by localised
cut and fill is likely to have taken place to create level terraces, and a flood-retention
berm has been constructed to some 31.35m AOD along the western boundary. At
the southern end of the site a small area has been left as a surface water attenuation
pond, with an overflow pipe to the adjacent stream.
2.4
The existing timber treatment building contains two horizontal cylindrical pressurevessels, into which rail-mounted timber is loaded/unloaded via a forklift. Upon
removal freshly-treated timber is temporarily stacked within the building to allow
short-term drip-drying, following which it is removed to external outdoor storage to
continue the drying process. The pressure vessels lie above a ʻcatch-pitʼ to ensure
that any spilt or surplus treatment liquids are recycled, and the internal floor is laid
such that any drips from stored timber also drain to the recycling plant. This
arrangement appears to work well since very little in the way of surface impaction of
hardstanding slabs was noted external to the treatment plant. The various treatment
chemicals that have historically or currently been used are listed in Appendix 3. They
include historic use of creosote and water-based CCA (copper, chromium and
arsenic) solutions, and current use of an ACQ (Alkaline Copper Quaternary) product
which contains a biocide.
2.5
Several above-ground bunded fuel storage tanks were noted, variously containing
diesel and heating oil however adjacent external areas showed no signs of surface
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staining. A large (c2m long) table-mounted chainsaw is located against the western
side of the workshop building, but again the surrounding ground showed no evidence
of significant hydrocarbon impaction, although sawdust was evident.
3
DESK STUDY RESEARCHES
Recorded Geology
3.1
British Geological Survey sheet 233 (1974) shows the site to be underlain by solid
strata of the Brownstones Formation of Devonian age, with a superficial covering of
Alluvium across the lowest-lying western side of the site. The BRs usually comprises
reddish brown sandstone with interbedded mudstone, weathering near surface to
reddish brown clayey sand, whilst the alluvial deposits are likely to comprise sand,
silt or clay. There are no mapped areas of made ground or any geological faulting
shown either inside or within influencing distance of the site.
Hydrogeology and Hydrology
3.2
The EA website confirms the BRs as a ʻSecondary Aʼ aquifer, meaning that it is a
permeable layer capable of supporting water supplies at a local rather than strategic
scale, and in some cases may form an important source of base flow to rivers. The
overlying alluvium is classified as a ʻ Secondary Bʼ aquifer, which comprises
predominantly lower permeability layers which may store and yield only limited
amounts of groundwater due to localised features such as fissures, thin permeable
horizons and weathering. We are not aware of any local groundwater abstractions,
and local dwellings are presumed to be supplied by mains water. The site does not
lie within a groundwater source protection zone. Given the local topography, the local
hydraulic gradient is presently expected to fall south-westwards towards the stream
and River Wye.
3.3
The closest surface water feature constitutes the southerly flowing stream coincident
with the western site boundary. The site is recorded as lying within the flood-zone of
both the stream and the River Wye, which runs some 100m west of the site at its
closest point, however given the recently constructed flood protection bund this risk
can sensibly be discounted. The nearest active discharge consent is plotted within
the site, operated by Green Colley Grove Residents Management Ltd to discharge
treated effluent into a tributary stream of the River Wye. Given that Green Colley
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Grove lies some 14m to the east of the site it is assumed that this has been misplotted, and is instead located off site. Walford Timber previously had a consent for
ʻunspecifiedʼ discharge (presumably overflow surface water drainage), however it
appears that this has expired.
3.4
The site possesses virtually total hard cover by buildings or external concrete storage
yards, therefore rainwater infiltration at the site can currently be regarded as
negligible. Surface water drains to an attenuation pond at the southern end, which
includes an overflow pipe to the adjacent stream.
3.5
Based upon the above the site is considered to lie in an area of low to medium
sensitivity in respect of groundwater resources but medium to high sensitivity with
regard to controlled surface waters.
Site History
3.6
The history of the site has been deduced by inspection of historical Ordnance Survey
maps, with relevant extracts presented as drawing 3785/3. On and off-site points of
interest have been summarised within Table 1 below.
TABLE 1: SUMMARY OF SITE HISTORY
Date
On-Site
Off-Site
Potential Contaminants
Likelihood
of Site
Impact
Corn and sawmill and dwelling in
Adjacent NE – smithy
SE corner; meandering stream
Adjacent W – N/S orientated railway
runs N-S inside W boundary; small
Adjacent NE – Spread Eagle Inn
orchard across E side
100m W – River Wye
1904
No significant change
No significant change
1928
No significant change
1953
treatment works now known to be
1888
Adjacent E – Smithy no longer
recorded
Mill noted as disused; timber
1970-1976
boundary;
Saw mill remains in SE corner;
Medium
As above
As above
As above
As above
Toxic and phytotoxic
No significant change
in operation
Stream now diverted along W
PAH and TPH
metals, PAH, TPH and
High
Phenols
Adjacent W – railway disused
70m NE - garage
As above
High
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Date
On-Site
Off-Site
Potential Contaminants
Likelihood
of Site
Impact
Saw mill expanded across central
E & NE adjacent – residential
area
development
2006
No significant change
2014
Saw mill shown across entire site
1994-1995
3.7
As above
High
No significant change
As above
High
No significant change
As above
High
Obviously Ordnance Survey plans only represent periodic snapshots in time, and do
not provide a continuous record of previous site usage, and there is therefore a risk
that the site may contain buried remnant foundations of former buildings or waste
products associated with previous site usage, which may not be evident from the site
walkover inspection and desk study researches.
Environmental Searches
3.8
A site-specific Envirocheck report dated 2 September 2014 has been obtained and
reviewed. A considerable volume of information is contained within Appendix 4,
however the salient features based upon a 250m radius are summarised thus:
•
There are no local authority-listed IPPC/IPC sites
•
There are no ʻcontaminated land registerʼ entries/notices
•
The closest pollution incident occurred 81m to the south and is listed as Walford
Timber (but given that it is described as a category 3 minor incident with no
specific details and happened in 1992, it is not considered significant)
•
There are no recorded active or closed landfills or waste treatment, transfer or
disposal sites
•
There are no premises listed under the ʻControl of Major Accident Hazardsʼ or
ʻNotification of Installations handling Hazardous Substancesʼ regulations
•
There are no premises registered for the use/storage of radioactive substances,
nor any ʻexplosivesʼ sites
•
There are no active contemporary trade directory entries
•
There are no operational petrol stations
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•
Much of the site lies in an area considered to be at risk of extreme flooding from
rivers, however given the 2003 construction of a flood-bund around the site this
risk can now sensibly be discounted
•
On-site stability hazards relating to collapsible or compressible ground, running
sand, ground dissolution and landslides are all listed as low/none, whilst the
shrinkable clay hazard is listed as low
•
According to BGS records the site does not lie within a known radon-affected
area and protective measures are not required
•
The site does not lie within any environmentally sensitive areas, although does
fall within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The River Wye
some 100m west of the site is designated a ʻSpecial Area of Conservationʼ and a
Site of Special Scientific Interest
4
4.1
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
In line with forthcoming legislation (the Industrial Emissions Directive) the timber
treatment operations at the site will from July 2015 require a relevant Permit. As
shown on drawing 3785/2 the existing treatment plant is to be retained, and
supplemented with a second treatment building to be constructed close to the
western boundary.
5
PRELIMINARY RISK ASSESSMENT
5.1
The site and immediate surroundings have been assessed in terms of historical and
current land use together with environmental, geological and hydrogeological setting.
In view of the foregoing information the principal contaminants of concern
associated with the timber treatment operations include the following:
•
Toxic and phytotoxic metals
•
Hydrocarbon compounds (predominantly PAH and TPH including BTEX)
•
Phenols
•
VOC & SVOC
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5.2
Given the environmental context of the site the critical receptor is identified as
local groundwater, and any surface water bodies such as the stream and nearby
River Wye that may be in hydraulic connection. In view of the total hardcover
across the site, there is not deemed to be a significant human health risk in terms
of site workers.
5.3
The resulting preliminary Conceptual Site Model is presented in Figure 1 and
Table 2 below, which illustrate how the presence of principal contaminants of
concern, if proven, can be translated into potential pollutant linkages to local
environmental receptors.
FIG 1: PRELIMINARY CONCEPTUAL SITE MODEL (NTS)
WEST
EAST
SITE EXTENT
Timber
Treatment
Plants
disused
railway
embankment
proposed
S1
River
Wye
R4
flood
bund
R1
R6
stream
R4
Alluvium
P4
bunded
fuel
AST
P1
existing
S1
P2
P4
offices
S2
P4
P4
?R3
R2
Road
P3
Brownstones Formation
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TABLE 2: SUMMARY OF PRELIMINARY POTENTIAL POLLUTANT LINKAGES
Potential
Sources
Pathways
R1
R2
Receptors
R3
R4
R5
Comments
Preliminary Risk
Assessment
Limited pathways viable due to total hard-cover
Low
Stream and R Wye adjacent but not in SPZ and no local abstractors
Moderate - high
Limited pathways viable due to total hard-cover
Low
Stream and R Wye adjacent but not in SPZ and no local abstractors
Moderate - high
-
-
R6
ON-SITE
S1
P1
X
P2
P3
P4
X
P5
P6
P7
P1
S2
P2
P3
P4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
P5
P6
P7
OFF-SITE
None
SOURCES
PATHWAYS
RECEPTORS
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
S1
S2
P1
P2
Treatment chemicals leaked/spilt from treatment plant (toxic and phytotoxic metals, TPH, PAH, phenols)
Fuel leaks/spills from bunded AST's (TPH)
Direct dermal contact or ingestion, including via soil dust
Inhalation of dust & vapours
P3
P4
P5
Permeation into new water supply pipework
Vertical leaching of leachable contaminants in unsaturated zone and lateral migration in saturated zone
Direct contact with high sulphate-bearing material
P6
P7
R1
Gas migration through unsaturated zone and accumulation within confined spaces
Radon gas migration through unsaturated zone and accumulation within confined spaces
Existing site users
R2
R3
R4
New potable water supply
Groundwater (bedrock is a Secondary A aquifer, but not in a source protection zone)
Surface waters (stream forms western site boundary' River Wye is 100m beyond)
R5
R6
Concrete foundations
Adjacent land users
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5.4
Given the above and preceding discussions intrusive ground investigation has been
undertaken, targeted on both the existing and proposed treatment plants. The scope
of contamination testing was based upon the above list of determinands. All results
are presented, however given that the sole objective of the investigation is to provide
a baseline condition survey against which future repeat surveys can be compared,
normal risk assessment procedures have not been undertaken.
6
GROUND INVESTIGATION REPORT
Site Works
6.1
The Phase 2 intrusive investigation took place on 7th October 2014 by window
sampling (small-diameter boreholes). As indicated on drawing 3785/2 borehole
positions were selected by this Practice in order to target the two treatment plant
areas, specifically where they were thought likely to represent up and down gradient
areas with respect to the anticipated hydraulic gradient. Available services plans
were reviewed prior to start of works, and as an added precaution a CAT electrical
service scanner was deployed and hand-dug starter pits were excavated prior to all
intrusive excavations. No buried services were encountered.
6.2
Four boreholes (WS1 – WS4) were drilled to depths of up to 5.5m using a Terrier
2002 window-sampling rig. The boreholes were logged on-site by an engineering
geologist from this Practice in accordance with Eurocode 7 (BS EN ISO 146881:2002 and 14688-2:2004), and representative samples of soil and groundwater
taken for contamination testing. Following completion of logging and sampling all
boreholes were installed with standpipes to enable future water monitoring, with
response zones of between 1.0m and 3.0m depth in order to specifically target
groundwater. The exception was WS2 where shallow water entry prevented
completion of hand-pitting and drilling, thus only a shallow standpipe was installed,
which undoubtedly equates to perched sub-slab water.
6.3
Despite achieving up to 5.5m depth certain boreholes remained dry during drilling,
thus a return monitoring visit was undertaken on 21st October 2014, the results of
which are presented in Table 3 below. It will be seen that WS4 still remained dry,
even some two weeks after drilling.
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TABLE 3: GROUNDWATER MONITORING RESULTS
BH No.
EGL
Depth to Water
Reduced Water Level
(m,AOD)
(as at 21.10.11)
(m,AOD)
WS1
21.25
4.48
24.77
WS2
28.32
0.58*
27.74*
WS3
29.0
3.45
25.55
WS4
29.3
- (dry)
< 25.3
* this is likely to represent perched not groundwater
Contamination Laboratory Testing
6.4
The
contamination
sampling
scheme
was
conducted
in
accordance
with
BS10175:2011, restricted to near-surface soils/made ground and groundwater where
encountered. These were sent to UKAS-accredited Scientific Analysis Laboratories
in Manchester where they were all subject to the same suite of analysis as follows:
6.5
•
Toxic and phytotoxic metals
•
Speciated petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH CWG)
•
Speciated phenols
•
VOC (USEPA 624 suite) including BTEX
•
SVOC (USEPA 625 suite) including speciated polyaromatic hydrocarbons
•
Chloride, nitrate and sulphate
The certified laboratory test results are presented as Appendix 3, the first pages of
which include summary tables.
All results and their implications upon the
preliminary CSM are further discussed in Section 7.
Discussion on Ground Conditions
6.6
The investigation proved natural ground conditions beneath the site to generally
accord with recorded geological mapping, comprising ʻbedrockʼ of reddish-brown
mudstone and sandstone which was weathered to sandy clay or sand. Superficial
alluvial deposits of soft to firm grey-brown clay were locally found across the western
side of the site, seemingly extending to at least 5m depth (although this could be
associated with the former stream channel). There was no visual or olfactory
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evidence or suspicion of any ground or groundwater contamination. A summary of
the observed strata is presented in Table 4 below, although for specific descriptions
of ground conditions reference should be made to the logs presented in Appendix 2.
TABLE 4: SUMMARY OF OBSERVED STRATA
Stratum
CONCRETE SLABS: extremely strong reinforced
external and internal yard/ floor slabs
Notes
0.17 – 0.21
Encountered in
all holes except WS3
0.8 – 1.6
Encountered in
WS2 and WS3 only
CLAY: probable soft to firm, grey-brown, plastic silty
clay, becomes sandy with depth
(Alluvium)
>5?
Encountered in
WS3 only
SAND: probable loose very clayey SAND/ soft-firm
very sandy CLAY, mudstone lithorelics with depth
(Brownstones Formation)
>5.5
Encountered in
WS1 and WS4 only
MADE GROUND: medium dense grey gravel of brick,
concrete and mudstone
6.7
Base Depth
(m)
Perched water
All dry during drilling except WS2 – presumed perched water at 0.7m
Groundwater
None found during drilling, see Table 3 for post-drilling monitoring results
With reference to Table 3, groundwater monitoring results indicate (as suspected) a
hydraulic gradient towards the southwest, although the lack of a reliable water level
in WS2 and absence of water in WS4 prevents accurate quantification. It should be
remembered that perched/groundwater levels are of course subject to seasonal
fluctuation according to prevailing weather conditions, and the situation encountered
and described above could potentially change in the future, especially in a period of
seemingly ever-apparent but unpredictable climate change.
7
CONTAMINATION ASSESSMENT AND REFINED CONCEPTUAL SITE
MODEL
Human Health
7.1
Although given the nature of the survey it was not intended to carry out a routine
contamination risk assessment, review of soil results indicates no exceedances
above Tier 1 SGV/GAC for a commercial use. As such there is no perceived health
risk to site operatives, not to local residents.
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Controlled Waters
7.2
It will be seen from Appendix 3 that there are no significant elevations within ground
and/or perched water beneath the site, or in up/downstream samples within the
adjacent stream, which exceed EA EQS or UK DWS levels. Slight elevations of
arsenic and chromium have been recorded within the WS2 water (perched?),
however this is not replicated within either groundwater or the stream. This is
perhaps indicative of the generally high standard of environmental housekeeping
presently witnessed at the site.
7.3
In view of the above discussions the Conceptual Site Model has been refined as
shown in Figure 2 and Table 5 below, on which basis there is no evidence of a
significant threat either to human health or controlled waters.
FIG 2: REFINED CONCEPTUAL SITE MODEL (NTS)
WEST
EAST
SITE EXTENT
Timber
Treatment
Plants
disused
railway
embankment
proposed
S1
River
Wye
R4
flood
bund
R1
R6
stream
R4
Alluvium
P4
bunded
fuel
AST
P1
existing
S1
P2
P4
offices
S2
P4
P4
?R3
R2
Road
P3
Brownstones Formation
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TABLE 5: SUMMARY OF IDENTIFIED/POTENTIAL POLLUTANT LINKAGES
Potential Sources
Pathways
Receptors
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
Comments
Refined Risk Rating
No Tier 1 soil GAC's exceeded
Very Low
Only mild EQS exceedances in stream or perched water
Low
No Tier 1 soil GAC's exceeded
Very Low
No EQS exceedances in stream or perched/ground water
Very Low
-
-
R6
ON-SITE
P1
P2
X
P3
S1
X
P4
X
X
P5
P6
P7
P1
P2
X
P3
S2
X
P4
X
X
P5
P6
P7
OFF-SITE
None
SOURCES
PATHWAYS
RECEPTORS
-
-
-
-
-
-
S1
Treatment chemicals leaked/spilt from treatment plant (toxic and phytotoxic metals, TPH, PAH, phenols)
S2
Fuel leaks/spills from bunded AST's (TPH)
P1
Direct dermal contact or ingestion via soil attached to vegetables
P2
Inhalation of dust and vapours
P3
Permeation into new water supply pipework
P4
Vertical leaching in unsaturated zone and lateral migration in saturated zone
P5
Direct contact with high sulphate-bearing material
P6
Gas migration through unsaturated zone and accumulation within confined spaces
P7
Radon gas migration through unsaturated zone and accumulation within confined spaces
R1
Future site users
R2
Potable water supply
R3
Groundwater
R4
Surface Waters
R5
Concrete Foundations
R6
Adjacent users/residents
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7.4
In line with best industry practice the scope of contamination testing has been based
upon the site history, proposed land usage and actual findings, with reference where
necessary to DoE Industry Profiles and DEFRA/EA guidance. To the best of our
knowledge information concerning the land quality assessment is accurate at the
date of issue, however subsurface conditions including ground contamination may
vary spatially and with time. There may be conditions pertaining to the site not
disclosed by the above sources of information which might have a bearing upon the
recommendations made, were such conditions known. We have however used our
professional judgement in order to limit this during the investigation.
7.5
Any conclusions and recommendations made in respect of land quality do not
address any potential risks to site operatives or ground workers during the
construction stage. These issues should be addressed by the Principal Contractor in
accordance with the relevant statutory procedures and regulations (CDM Regulations
2007).
7.6
It is important that these limitations be clearly recognised when the findings and
recommendations of this report are being interpreted. Additional assessment may be
necessary should a significant delay occur between report date and implementation
of the proposed scheme to which it relates.
8
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
8.1
A baseline contamination survey has been undertaken, preceded by a detailed desk
study. The borehole investigation recorded relatively consistent ground conditions
across the site, seemingly in accordance with recorded geological mapping, but as
ever conditions may vary between investigation points.
8.2
Phase 1 researches indicate that a 19th Century corn and sawmill in the southeastern corner of the site was converted/developed into a timber treatment works as
from 1946. Subsequent expansions have led to almost total site coverage by the
current Walford Timber Works, and a second treatment plant is proposed within the
western part.
8.3
The intrusive investigation has proven undisturbed natural ground representing the
weathered Brownstones Formation to comprise clayey sand or sandy clay, with
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localised alluvial cover across the western side comprising silty clay. Water was
recorded in all boreholes except WS4, with shallow water in WS2 likely to represent
perched water.
8.4
Detailed contamination testing undertaken on soil and ground/perched water
samples recovered from the boreholes has established ʻbaselineʼ conditions, and
although routine risk assessment has not formed part of the survey, there is no
evidence of significant impaction by the principal contaminants of concern within
either soil or water phase, including the adjacent stream. There is therefore currently
no perceived significant risk to human health or local controlled waters.
8.5
It is intended that this report be submitted to the local planning authority in support of
the impending permit application. At the time of permit surrender a repeat survey or
condition report will be required, such that any changes to site condition can be
assessed to ensure that the site can be returned to a satisfactory state.
8.6
The above recommendations must not be used in respect of any development
differing in any way from the proposals described in this report, without reference
back to this Practice or to another geotechnical specialist.
8.7
This report is subject to our standard terms and conditions.
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9
REFERENCES
Geotechnical
British Standards Institute, BS5930:1999 ʻCode of Practice of Site Investigationsʼ (1999) plus Amendment 2 (2010)
BS EN 14688: ʻGeotechnical Investigation and Testing - Identification and Classification of Soil Part 1 Identification and
Descriptionʼ (2002)
BS EN 14688: ʻGeotechnical Investigation and Testing - Identification and Classification of Soil Part 2 Principles for a
Classificationʼ (2004)
BS EN 14689: ʻGeotechnical Investigation and Testing - Identification and Classification of Rock Part 1 Identification and
Descriptionʼ (2003)
British Geological Survey (England & Wales) Sheet 233 for Monmouth (1974)
Environmental
British Standards Institute, BS 10175: ʻCode of Practice for the Investigation of Potentially Contaminated Sitesʼ (2011)
Environment Agency CLR 11: ʻModel Procedures for the Management of Land Contaminationʼ
Environment Agency/National House Building Council (NHBC) R&D 66 ʻGuidance for the Safe Development of Housing on Land
Affected by Contaminationʼ (2000)
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)/Land Quality Management Limited (LQM). The LQM/CIEH ʻGeneric
nd
Assessment Criteria for Human Health Risk Assessmentʼ (2 Edition). Land Quality Press
Department of the Environment, Transport & the Regions: ʻThe Environmental Protection Act 1990: Part IIAʼ (2000)
Landmark Envirocheck Report (Ref: 59872918_1_1 dated 02 September 2014)
Environment Agency: ʻThe River Basin Districts Typology, Standards & Groundwater threshold values (Water Framework
Directive) (England & Wales) Directionsʼ (2010)
The Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations 2000 (Amendment) Regulations (2007)
Environment Agency (www.environment-agency.gov.uk)
DoE Industry Profiles “Timber Treatment Works” & “Timber Products Manufacturing Works”
WALFORD TIMBER LIMITED. THE SAWMILLS, WALFORD,
ROSS-ON-WYE, HR9 5QS
SITE LOCATION (based on Microsoft Bing Mapping)
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Drawing No.
3785/1
Date:
Scale:
08.09.2014
NTS
THE
SITE
N
WALFORD TIMBER, THE SAWMILLS, WALFORD,
ROSS-ON-WYE HR9 5QS
N
EXISTING SITE LAYOUT (based upon John R Vincent survey drg. CMD/WS/01, dated 12 July
2001) SHOWING INVESTIGATION POSITIONS
Drawing No.
3785/2
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Scale:
c1:1000 @ A3
Date:
28.10.14
P1
stream
P7
AST
River Wye
(100m)
kiln
storage
WS3
proposed
treatment
works
stream
WS2
P8
AST
P6
P5
P2
existing
treatment
area
P3 and P4
WS1
P1
historic creosote
(pressure
treatment tank)
diesel
AST
dip
tank
AST
WS4
Number and
direction of
photograph
(Appendix 1)
1994-95
( scale 1:2500 )
( scale 1:2500 )
1928
2014
1953
( scale 1:10000 )
N
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Drawing No.
3785/3
Scale:
as shown
EXTRACTS OF ORDNANCE SURVEY PLANS TO SHOW SITE HISTORY
WALFORD TIMBER LIMITED. THE SAWMILLS,
WALFORD, ROSS-ON-WYE, HR9 5QS
( scale 1:10000 )
Licence No: LAN 1000019
( scale 1:2500 )
1888
Reproduced from/based upon Ordnance Survey
mapping with the permission of the Controller of
Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright
1970-76
( scale 1:2500 )
Date:
08.09.14
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APPENDIX 1
SITE PHOTOGRAPHS
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Photograph 1: stacked timber awaiting treatment
Photograph 2: existing treatment shed
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Photograph 3: timber being loaded into pressure-treatment vessel
Photograph 4: catch-pit to recover treatment liquid for re-use/recycling
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Photograph 5: internal ʻdrip-dryingʼ of treated timber
Photograph 6: external storage yard
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Photograph 7: drying kiln with bunded fuel tank
Photograph 8: bunded fuel storage tanks (note clean floor)
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APPENDIX 2
BOREHOLE LOGS (INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHS)
Wilson Associates
Consulting Engineering Geologists & Geo-Environmental Engineers
KEY TO BOREHOLE LOG SYMBOLS
Symbol
D or J
Explanation
Small Disturbed Sample (tub or jar sample)
B
Large Disturbed Sample
U
Undisturbed Sample
W
Water Sample
U70
Undisturbed Sample
Undrained Shear Strength Test (HSV)
90
Hand vane - direct reading in kN/m2
Standard Penetration Test (SPT)
15
125/50
NR
SPT ‘N’ Value (BS EN ISO 22476-3:2005)
Where full test drive not completed, penetration (125mm) and blow count (50) recorded
No effective penetration
Water
Water struck
Water standing
Test/Core Range
TCR
Total Core Recovery - as percentage of core run. Where value significantly exceeds 100%,
a note is given on remarks on log
SCR
Solid Core Recovery - as percentage of core run. Note: assessment of solid core is based
on full diameter
RQD
Rock Quality Designation - the amount of solid core greater than 100mm expressed as
percentage of core run
Where SPT has been carried out at beginning of core run, disturbed section of core
excluded from SCR and RQD assessment
Instrumentation
Bentonite Seal
Solid / Perforated Standpipe
Granular Response Zone
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36 Brunswick Road
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BOREHOLE LOG
BOREHOLE No
Project
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Date
Job No
3785
WS1
Ground Level (c.m, AOD) Co-Ordinates (c.)
29.25
07-10-14
E 358,604 N 219,844
Contractor
Sheet
0.10
Type
No
Test
Result
Undrained
Shear
Strength
Depth
Legend (Thickness)
Geology
Depth
STRATA
Water
SAMPLES & TESTS
DESCRIPTION
0.21 MADE GROUND: probable extremely strong, grey CONCRETE, with
10mm diameter rebar at 0.1m
SAND: probable loose to medium dense, reddish-brown, slightly
(0.64)
clayey, fine to medium, SAND and mudstone gravel
0.85
SAND: probable soft/loose, light reddish-brown, very clayey, fine to
medium SAND/very sandy CLAY, with occasional mudstone gravel
D
(4.10)
Instrument/
Backfill
1 of 1
CC Ground Investigations Limited
Spf
BRS
3.10 - 3.80 - locally very soft/very loose
4.20 - frequent gravels
4.95
CLAY: probable stiff, red-brown, friable, silty CLAY, with mudstone
lithorelicts and relict mudstone fabric
(0.55)
5.00 - 5.50 - gravelly dark brown material in liner; fallen from above
5.50
BRS
Core Recovery:
0.0 - 1.2m hand-dug starter pit
1.2 - 5.5m 100%
Borehole terminated at 5.5m depth
Gas/groundwater monitoring well installed to 5.5m depth
Boring Progress and Water Observations
Date
Hole
Dia. mm
Depth
Casing
Depth
Dia. mm
07-10-14
2.00
Water
Dpt
DRY
Chiselling
From
To
Water Added
Hours
From
To
GENERAL
REMARKS
Borehole position scanned using
Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT); no
services detected
1.1
AL = Alluvium
Spf = suspected superficial
BRS = Brownstones Formation
All dimensions in metres
Scale 1:50
Client
Walford Timber Limited
Method/
Plant Used
Logged By
Window Sampling / Terrier 2002 (Rig T02)
MG
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Borehole No.
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Concrete Hardstand
WS1
Hand-dug starter pit arisings
Borehole Core
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BOREHOLE LOG
BOREHOLE No
Project
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Date
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WS2
Ground Level (c.m, AOD) Co-Ordinates (c.)
28.32
07-10-14
E 358,535 N 219,847
Contractor
Sheet
Type
No
0.40
D
0.70
D
Test
Result
Undrained
Shear
Strength
Depth
Legend (Thickness)
Geology
Depth
STRATA
Water
SAMPLES & TESTS
DESCRIPTION
Instrument/
Backfill
1 of 1
CC Ground Investigations Limited
0.21 MADE GROUND: probable extremely strong, grey CONCRETE, with
10mm diameter rebar at 0.07m
MADE GROUND: probable medium dense, dark grey, fine to coarse
(0.59)
GRAVEL of brick, concrete and mudstone; rare to occasional
0.80 charcoal fragments
Core Recovery:
0.0 - 0.8m hand-dug starter pit
Borehole terminated at 0.8m depth in starter pit due to water ingress,
hence poor visibility preventing completion of hand-dug starter pit
Gas/groundwater monitoring well installed to 0.8m depth
Boring Progress and Water Observations
Date
Hole
Dia. mm
Depth
Casing
Depth
Dia. mm
Water
Dpt
Chiselling
From
To
Water Added
Hours
From
To
GENERAL
REMARKS
Borehole position scanned using
Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT); no
services detected
AL = Alluvium
Spf = suspected superficial
BRS = Brownstones Formation
All dimensions in metres
Scale 1:50
Client
Walford Timber Limited
Method/
Plant Used
Logged By
Window Sampling / Terrier 2002 (Rig T02)
MG
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Borehole No.
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Concrete Hardstand
WS2
Hand-dug starter pit arisings
Borehole
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BOREHOLE LOG
BOREHOLE No
Project
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Date
Job No
3785
WS3
Ground Level (c.m, AOD) Co-Ordinates (c.)
29.00
07-10-14
E 358,531 N 219,897
Contractor
Sheet
0.50
Type
No
Test
Result
D
Undrained
Shear
Strength
Geology
Depth
STRATA
Water
SAMPLES & TESTS
Depth
Legend (ThickDESCRIPTION
ness)
0.07 MADE GROUND: probable loose, grey-brown, fine, angular
mudstone GRAVEL (parking surface)
MADE GROUND: probable medium dense, grey, clayey, fine to
coarse mudstone gravel, with fine to coarse gravel and cobbles of
concrete
(1.53)
Instrument/
Backfill
1 of 1
CC Ground Investigations Limited
1.60
CLAY: probable soft to firm, grey-brown, silty plastic CLAY
2.80 - becoming sandy
(3.40)
AL
5.00
Core Recovery:
0.0 - 1.2m hand-dug starter pit
1.2 - 5.0m 100%
Borehole terminated at 5.0m, collapsed back to 4.4m depth
Gas/groundwater monitoring well installed to 4.4m depth
Boring Progress and Water Observations
Date
Hole
Dia. mm
Depth
Casing
Depth
Dia. mm
07-10-14
Water
Dpt
DRY
Chiselling
From
To
Water Added
Hours
From
To
GENERAL
REMARKS
Borehole position scanned using
Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT); no
services detected
AL = Alluvium
Spf = suspected superficial
BRS = Brownstones Formation
All dimensions in metres
Scale 1:50
Client
Walford Timber Limited
Method/
Plant Used
Logged By
Window Sampling / Terrier 2002 (Rig T02)
MG
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Borehole No.
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Borehole Core
WS3
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36 Brunswick Road
Gloucester GL1 1JJ
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BOREHOLE LOG
BOREHOLE No
Project
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Date
Job No
3785
WS4
Ground Level (c.m, AOD) Co-Ordinates (c.)
29.30
07-10-14
E 358,607 N 219,883
Contractor
Sheet
0.60
Type
No
Test
Result
D
Undrained
Shear
Strength
Depth
Legend (ThickDESCRIPTION
ness)
0.17 MADE GROUND: CONCRETE with 10mm diameter rebar at 0.11m
GRAVEL: probable medium dense, red-brown, slightly clayey, fine to
coarse, angular mudstone GRAVEL
(0.90)
Instrument/
Backfill
Depth
STRATA
Water
SAMPLES & TESTS
Geology
1 of 1
CC Ground Investigations Limited
Spf
1.07
CLAY: probable firm, red-brown, silty, friable CLAY, with occasional
fine sand, and rare mudstone gravel
(2.93)
BRS
2.60 - becoming closely fissured and probable stiff
3.40 - relict mudstone/siltstone fabric visible
4.00
Core Recovery:
0.0 - 1.2m hand-dug starter pit
1.2 - 4.0m 100%
Borehole terminated at 4.0m, due to deteriorating daylight
Gas/groundwater monitoring well installed to 4.0m depth
Boring Progress and Water Observations
Date
Hole
Dia. mm
Depth
Casing
Depth
Dia. mm
07-10-14
Water
Dpt
DRY
Chiselling
From
To
Water Added
Hours
From
To
GENERAL
REMARKS
Borehole position scanned using
Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT); no
services detected
AL = Alluvium
Spf = suspected superficial
BRS = Brownstones Formation
All dimensions in metres
Scale 1:50
Client
Walford Timber Limited
Method/
Plant Used
Logged By
Window Sampling / Terrier 2002 (Rig T02)
MG
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Borehole No.
Walford Timber, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5QS
Concrete Hardstand
WS4
Hand-dug starter pit arisings
Borehole Core
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APPENDIX 3
CONTAMINATION
STATUTORY FRAMEWORK / METHODOLOGY
AND
CERTIFIED CONTAMINATION TEST RESULTS
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CONTAMINATION RISK ASSESSMENT
Statutory Framework
A3.1
Part 11A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (inserted by Section 57 of the
Environment Act 1995) provides a regime for the control of specific threats to health
or the environment from existing land contamination. In accordance with the Act and
the statutory guidance document on the Contaminated Land (England) Regulations
2000, the definition of contaminated land is intended to embody the concept of risk
assessment. Within the meaning of the Act, land is only ʼcontaminated landʼ where it
appears to the regulatory authority, by reason of substances within or under the land,
that:
•
Significant harm is being caused or there is significant possibility of such harm
being caused; or
•
A3.2
Pollution of controlled waters is being, or is likely to be, caused.
The UK guidance on the assessment of land contamination has developed as a
direct result of the introduction of these two Acts. The technical guidance supporting
the new legislation has been summarised in a number of key documents collectively
known as the Contaminated Land Reports (CLRs), a proposed series of twelve
documents. Seven were originally published in March 1994, four more were
published in April 2002, while the last remaining guidance document (CLR 11 was
published in 2004. In 2008 CLR reports 7 to 10 were withdrawn by the Department
of Environment Food & Rural Affairs and the Environment Agency and updated
versions of CLR 9 and 10 were produced in the form of Science Reports SR2 and
SR3.
A3.3
The guidance defines ʻriskʼ as the combination of:
•
The probability, or frequency, of occurrence of a defined hazard (e.g. exposure of
a property to a substance with the potential to cause harm); and
•
A3.4
The magnitude (including the seriousness) of the consequences.
For a risk of pollution or environmental harm to occur as a result of ground
contamination, all of the following elements must be present:
•
A source, i.e. a substance that is capable of causing pollution or harm;
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•
A pathway, i.e. a route by which the contaminant can reach the receptor; and
•
A receptor (or target), i.e. something which could be adversely affected by the
contaminant.
A3.5
If any one of these elements is missing there can be no significant risk. If all are
present then the magnitude of the risk is a function of the magnitude and mobility of
the source, the sensitivity of the receptor and the nature of the migration pathway.
A3.6
The presence of contamination is also a material issue in the determination of
planning applications, and where a change of use is proposed, especially on
brownfield (former industrial) land, investigation, assessment and remediation of
contamination is often a requirement of the Planning Authority. The presence of
contamination may consequently require remedial action prior to redevelopment, in
circumstances which would otherwise be unlikely to result in the determination of the
land as contaminated land as defined in the above legislation.
Contamination Assessment Methodology
A3.7
The guidance proposes a four-stage assessment process for identifying potential
pollutant linkages on a site. These stages are set out in the table below:
No.
Process
1
Hazard Identification
2
Hazard Assessment
3
Risk Estimation
Description
Establishing contaminant sources, pathways and receptors (the
preliminary conceptual site model).
Analysing the potential for unacceptable risks (what linkages
could be present, what could be the effects).
Trying to establish the magnitude and probability of the possible
consequences (what degree of harm might result and to what
receptors, and how likely is it).
4
A3.8
Risk Evaluation
Deciding whether the risk is unacceptable.
Stages 1 and 2 develop a ʻpreliminary conceptual modelʼ based upon information
collated from desk studies and usually a site walkover inspection. The formation of a
conceptual site model is an iterative process, and it should be updated and refined
throughout each stage of the project to reflect any additional information obtained.
A3.9
The information gleaned from the desk studies and associated enquiries is presented
in a desk study report with recommendations, if necessary, for further work based
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upon the preliminary conceptual site model.
CLR 8, together with specific DoE
ʻIndustry Profilesʼ provides guidance on the nature of contaminants relating to
specific industrial processes. Whilst it is acknowledged that CLR 8 has been
withdrawn no replacement guidance has yet been published that lists the
contaminants likely to be present on contaminated sites, thus CLR 8 guidance is still
considered relevant.
A3.10
If the preliminary conceptual model identifies potential pollutant linkages, a Phase 2
site investigation is normally recommended, unless appropriate mitigation measures
can be incorporated into the proposed development sufficient to negate the identified
risks, subject to local planning authority approval. The number of exploratory holes
and samples collected for analysis should be consistent with the size of the site and
the level of risk envisaged. This will enable a contamination risk assessment to be
conducted, at which point the preliminary conceptual model can be updated and
relevant pollutant linkages identified.
Preliminary Risk Assessment
A3.11
By considering the various potential sources, pathways and receptors, a preliminary
assessment of potential risk is made based upon the likelihood of the occurrence
and the severity of the potential consequence, the latter being a function of the
sensitivity of the receptor. At Phase 1 desk study stage the qualitative risk
assessment is based on the categories tabulated below.
Category
Severe
Moderate
Mild
Minor
A3.12
Definition
Acute risks to human health, catastrophic damage to buildings/property, major pollution
to controlled waters
Chronic risk to human health, pollution of sensitive controlled waters, significant effects
on sensitive ecosystems or species, significant damage to buildings or structures
Pollution of non-sensitive waters, minor damage to buildings or structures
Requirement for protective equipment during site works to mitigate health effects,
damage to non-sensitive ecosystems or species
The likelihood of an event (probability) takes into account both the presence of the
hazard and receptor and viability of the pathway, and is based on the categories
tabulated below.
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Category
Highly likely
Likely
Possible
Unlikely
A3.13
Definition
Pollutant linkage may be present, and risk is almost certain to occur in long term, or
there is evidence of harm to the receptor
Pollutant linkage may be present, and it is probable that the risk will occur over the
long term
Pollution linkage may be present, and there is a possibility of the risk occurring,
although there is no certainty that it will do so
Pollutant linkage may be present, but the circumstances under which harm would
occur are improbable
On this basis potential hazards are assigned a risk rating as shown below.
Consequence
Probability
(Likelihood)
A3.14
Severe
Moderate
Mild
Minor
Highly likely
very high
high
moderate
low
Likely
high
moderate
low/moderate
low
Possible
moderate
low/moderate
low
very low
Unlikely
low/moderate
low
very low
very low
At Phase 2 stage, quantitative assessment of human health risk posed by ground
contamination is achieved by comparison of soil concentrations with Tier 1 Generic
Assessment Criteria (GAC) screening values developed by LQM (2009), and/or Soil
Guideline Values as published by the Environment Agency (2009). The official Soil
Guideline Values utilise a soil organic matter content of 6% which is considered to be
higher than typical UK soils, however three sets of GACʼs have been developed for
organic matter contents of 1%, 2.5% and 6%, thus the most appropriate set is
selected based upon proven site conditions.
A3.15
Contaminant concentrations below the threshold screening values are considered
not to warrant further risk assessment. Concentrations of contaminants above these
screening values require further consideration of potential pollutant linkages and may
indicate potentially unacceptable risks to site users. Such exceedances may trigger
a Tier 2 detailed quantitative risk assessment (DQRA) where site-specific
parameters are used to derive site specific assessment criteria. It should be noted
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that exceedance of a screening value does not necessarily indicate that the site
requires remediation.
A3.16
In order to assess any risk to controlled waters posed by contaminants within the
underlying soils and groundwater laboratory results have been screened against
Level 1 criteria derived from the EA Environmental Quality Standards (EQS) values
and the current UK Drinking Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations (DWS),
dependant upon the most vulnerable receptor.
The EQS is usually an upper
concentration set for the receiving watercourse and not the discharge itself. The
DWS is established for compliance at the point of use or abstraction and not the
source area.
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SUMMARY OF CONTAMINATION TESTING RESULTS - SOILS
PHYTOTOXIC
METALS (mg/kg)
Arsenic
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Nickel
Copper
Moisture @ 105C
(%)
Chloride
Sulphate
Cresols
Phenol
Xylenols
0.9
Brownstones Formation
8
<1
22
11
<1
<3
20
17
33
11
2
1
5
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
WS2
0.4
made ground
19
<1
28
42
<1
<3
16
39
230
6.0
3
<1
22
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
WS3
0.5
made ground
9
<1
11
10
<1
<3
8
34
18
7.6
6
<1
2
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
WS4
0.6
suspected superficial deposits
30
<1
23
7
<1
<3
10
10
25
7.6
7
<1
3
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
32
10
* 170
♣ 450
170
350
130
* 1310
* 2570
80
120
230
♣ 750
3600
13000
1800
Nitrate
Sample of
WS1
Zinc
Sample Depth
MISCELLANEOUS (mg/kg)
Sample Ref
TOXIC METALS (mg/kg)
TIER 1: GENERIC ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
Soil Guideline Value (Residential with homegrown produce)
Soil Guideline Value (Allotment)
43
1.8
Soil Guideline Value (Commercial)
640
230
* 5370
* 45000
* 572000
3
3000
2300
3800
CIEH GAC allotments **
0.53
35000
520
620
CIEH GAC for commercial/industrial **
348
30000
72000
670000
CIEH GAC for residential with plant uptake **
♣ DEFRA/EA derived SGV
** Based on Soil Organic Matter of 1% (CIEH 2009)
*
Values in brackets indicate the solubility or vapour saturation limit (where this is exceeded by the GAC)
Generic SGV's calculated in-house using CLEA v1.06 based on standard parameters including
sandy loam, pH =7, SOM = 6%, female and where appropriate a semi-detached house
SUMMARY OF CONTAMINATION TESTING RESULTS - WATER
PHYTOTOXIC
METALS (µg/l)
0.0013
WS3
3.45
water
4.9
0.86
13
<0.3
<0.05
2.2
16
3.8
55
<0.5
Upstream
water
4
0.02
5
1.6
<0.05
0.8
1
2.0
<2
0.0009
Downstream
water
3.7
<0.02
5
1.6
<0.05
0.6
1
1.5
<2
<0.0005
50
0.08-0.25
4.7
7.2
20
1-28
8-125
50
5
150-250
20-250
1
50-200
1-28
75-500
10
5
50
25
1
50
2000
5000
Toluene
<0.5
8
O Xylene
6
0.8
Methyl tert-Butyl Ether
1.7
3
M/P Xylene
5
0.8
EthylBenzene
Zinc
12
<0.05
<1
31
31
26
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<0.001
9
<0.5
24
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
26
<0.5
43
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<0.0005 <0.0005
<0.001
21
23
27
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<0.0005 <0.0005
<0.001
20
22
26
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<0.5
<0.5
<0.0005 <0.0005
<0.5
<0.5
Benzene
Copper
<0.05
1.1
Sulphate
Nickel
<0.3
11
Nitrate
Selenium
520
<0.02
Chloride
Mercury
0.03
82
BTEX (µg/l)
Xylene (total)
Lead
0.9
water
Xylenols
Chromium
water
0.7
Cresols
Cadmium
4.48
WS2
Phenol
Sample of
WS1
Arsenic
Sample Depth
MISCELLANEOUS (mg/l)
Sample Ref
TOXIC METALS (µg/l)
EA EQS "River Basin Districts Typology, Standards &
Groundwater Threshold Values (Water Framework Directive)
(England & Wales) Directions 2010"
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on Pollution of Controlled Waters for Part IIA of the 1990
Environmental Protection Act"
UK Drinking Water Standards "The Water Supply
(Water Quality) Regulations 2000"
10
0.01
0.05
SUMMARY OF DIESEL RANGE ORGANICS (DRO) TEST RESULTS - SOILS
0.5
made ground
<0.010
(9)
<10
(9)
<10
(9)
<10
(9)
<10
WS4
0.6
suspected superficial deposits
<0.010
<1
<1
<1
<1
73
19
93
740
45000
73
19
93
(48)
740
(24)
45000
260000
<0.010
<0.010
<10
<0.010
<0.010
50
23
<0.010
<0.010
<1
2
<1
<0.010
<0.010
<1
45000
65
120
45000
65
120
260000
13
22
8.6
59000
3700
(613)
<10
(9)
<1
(9)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<10
(9)
<10
(9)
<10
(9)
<10
40
110
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
27
69
140
250
890
890
27
69
140
250
890
13
23
46
370
17000
(364)
36000
(169)
28000
28000
<10
(9)
<1
(9)
<1
(9)
C21 - C35
WS3
<1
<1
(9)
C21 - C35
<10
<1
C16 - C21
(9)
C12 - C16
<10
<1
C10 - C12
(9)
C8 - C10
<10
<1
C7 - C8
(9)
C6 - C7
<10
<1
C35 - C40
(9)
AROMATIC (mg/kg)
C21 - C35
<0.010
C16 - C21
<0.010
made ground
C12 - C16
Brownstones Formation
0.4
C10 - C12
Sample of
0.9
WS2
C8 - C10
Sample Depth
WS1
C6 - C7
Sample Ref
ALIPHATIC (mg/kg)
<10
(9)
(9)
<10
<10
TIER 1: GENERIC ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
Soil Guideline Value (Residential with homegrown produce)
Soil Guideline Value (Allotment)
Soil Guideline Value (Commercial)
CIEH GAC for residential with plant uptake **
CIEH GAC allotments **
CIEH GAC for commercial/industrial **
2300
320
2200
11000
8300
2100
(78)
10000
(48)
61000
(24)
1600000
1600000
28000
(9) = LOD raised due to dilution of sample
SUMMARY OF DIESEL RANGE ORGANICS (DRO) TEST RESULTS - WATER
Sample Depth
Sample of
C5 - C6
C6 - C8
C8 - C10
C10 - C12
C12 - C16
C16 - C21
C21 - C36
C6 - C7
C7 - C8
C8 - C10
C10 - C12
C12 - C16
C16 - C21
C21 - C35
AROMATIC (mg/l)
Sample Ref
ALIPHATIC (mg/l)
WS1
4.48
water
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
<0.01
WS2
0.7
water
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
0.02
0.15
0.51
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
0.1
0.67
2.5
WS3
3.45
water
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
<0.01
Upstream
water
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.04
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
<0.01
Downstream
water
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.02
<0.010
<0.010
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
0.01
EA EQS "River Basin Districts Typology, Standards &
Groundwater Threshold Values (Water Framework Directive)
(England & Wales) Directions 2010"
UK Drinking Water Standards "The Water Supply
(Water Quality) Regulations 2000"
Wilson Associates (Consulting) Limited
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
Company No. 6133365
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Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
Sample Depth (m)
0.9
0.4
0.5
0/6
Sample of
Brownstones
made ground made ground
Formation
Units
suspected
superficial
deposits
CIEH GAC
Residential (with
Plant Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
CIEH GAC
Residential
(without Plant
Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
CIEH GAC
Commercial
Threshold
(µg/kg)
mg/kg
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
Sample Depth (m)
0.9
0.4
0.5
Sample of
Brownstones
made ground made ground
Formation
Units
DETERMINAND
WS4
0.6
suspected
superficial
deposits
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Benzo(a)Pyrene
<0.1
0.6
1.7
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
<0.1
1.1
3.2
<0.1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
<0.1
0.7
1.4
<0.1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl (ether)
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4-Dichlorophenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4-Dimethylphenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Butyl benzylphthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Carbazole
<0.1
<0.1
0.1
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Chrysene
<0.1
0.3
1.2
<0.1
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Di-n-butylphthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Chloronaphthalene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Di-n-octylphthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Chlorophenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
<0.1
0.1
0.3
<0.1
2-Methyl phenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Dibenzofuran
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Methylnaphthalene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Diethyl phthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Nitroaniline
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Dimethyl phthalate
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
3.5
<0.1
2-Nitrophenol
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
Fluoranthene
<0.1
1.1
3-Nitroaniline
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
Fluorene
<0.1
<0.1
0.2
<0.1
3/4-Methylphenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Hexachlorobenzene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Brom0phenyl phenylether
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Hexachlorobutadiene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
Hexachloroethane
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
<0.1
0.5
1.2
4-Nitroaniline
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Isophorone
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Naphthalene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4- Nitrophenol
CIEH GAC
Commercial
Threshold
(µg/kg)
mg/kg
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
4-Chloroaniline
CIEH GAC
Residential
(without Plant
Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
DETERMINAND
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
2,4-Dinitrophenol
CIEH GAC
Residential
Threshold
(µg/kg)
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
<0.1
0.2
<0.1
Nitrobenzene
Acenaphthylene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Pentachlorophenol
Anthracene
<0.1
0.2
0.4
<0.1
Phenanthrene
Azobenzene
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Phenol
Benzo(a)Anthracene
<0.1
0.4
1.2
<0.1
Pyrene
Values in brackets indicate the solubility or vapour saturation limit where this is exceeded by the GAC
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
0.4
(36)
<0.5
1.1
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
1.2
(36)
<0.5
3.4
SVOC screen (extra peaks)
<10
<10
<10
(36) = LOD raised due to low matrix spike recovery
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
(36)
<0.5
<0.1
<10
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Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
Sample Depth (m)
4.48
0.7
3.45
Sample of
Upstream
Downstream
WATER
Units
µg/l
DETERMINAND
EA EQS "River
Basin Districts
Typology,
Standards &
Groundwater
Threshold Values
(Water Framework
Directive) (England
& Wales) Directions
2010"
EA EQS
"Environment
UK Drinking
Agency Guidance
Water
to Third Parties on
Standards "The
Pollution of
Water Supply
Controlled Waters
(Water Quality)
for Part IIA of the
Regulations
1990
2000"
Environmental
Protection Act"
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
Sample Depth (m)
4.48
0.7
3.45
Sample of
Upstream
Downstream
WATER
Units
µg/l
DETERMINAND
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Benzo(a)Pyrene
<1
12
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<10
<1
<10
<10
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
<1
21
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
<1
12
<1
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl (ether)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2,4-Dichlorophenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
<1
<1
2
<1
<1
2,4-Dimethylphenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Butyl benzylphthalate
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
(36)
(36)
(36)
(36)
(36)
Carbazole
<1
1
<1
<1
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chrysene
<1
4
<1
<1
<1
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Di-n-butylphthalate
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2-Chloronaphthalene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Di-n-octylphthalate
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2-Chlorophenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
<1
3
<1
<1
<1
2-Methyl phenol
2
2
14
2
2
Dibenzofuran
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2-Methylnaphthalene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Diethyl phthalate
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
<1
2-Nitroaniline
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Dimethyl phthalate
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
<1
2-Nitrophenol
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Fluoranthene
<1
13
<1
<1
<1
3-Nitroaniline
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Fluorene
<1
2
<1
<1
<1
3/4-Methylphenol
2
2
15
2
2
Hexachlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2,4-Dinitrophenol
4-Brom0phenyl phenylether
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<5
<1
(36)
<5
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
<1
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
<1
<1
<1
(36)
(36)
4-Chloroaniline
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Hexachloroethane
<1
<1
<1
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
<1
11
<1
<1
<1
<1
4-Nitroaniline
4- Nitrophenol
<1
(36)
<5
(36)
<5
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
(36)
<5
<5
(36)
<5
Isophorone
<1
<1
<1
<1
<5
(36)
<5
Naphthalene
2
<1
3
<1
<1
Nitrobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Acenaphthene
<1
5
<1
<1
Acenaphthylene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Pentachlorophenol
Anthracene
<1
3
<1
<1
<1
Phenanthrene
<1
Azobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Phenol
3
Benzo(a)Anthracene
<1
5
<1
<1
<1
Pyrene
<1
Values in brackets indicate the solubility or vapour saturation limit where this is exceeded by the GAC
(36)
<5
SVOC screen
**
(36) = LOD raised due to low matrix spike recovery
(36)
<5
4
(36)
<5
11
(36)
<5
(36)
<5
1
12
<1
<10
<1
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
<1
(36)
<5
** Phenol, p-tert-butyl (16) no other compounds detected above
10
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<1
(36)
<5
EA EQS "River
EA EQS
Basin Districts
"Environment
Typology,
Agency Guidance
UK Drinking Water
Standards &
to Third Parties on
Standards "The
Groundwater
Pollution of
Water Supply
Threshold Values Controlled Waters
(Water Quality)
(Water Framework for Part IIA of the
Regulations 2000"
Directive) (England
1990
& Wales) Directions Environmental
2010"
Protection Act"
SUMMARY OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC) TEST RESULTS - SOILS
Wilson Associates (Consulting) Limited
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
Sample Depth (m)
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Sample of
Brownstones
made ground made ground
Formation
Units
suspected
superficial
deposits
CIEH GAC
Residential (with
Plant Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
CIEH GAC
Residential
(without Plant
Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
CIEH GAC
Commercial
Threshold
(µg/kg)
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
Sample Depth (m)
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Sample of
Brownstones
made ground made ground
Formation
Units
µg/kg
DETERMINAND
suspected
superficial
deposits
CIEH GAC
Residential
(without Plant
Uptake)
Threshold
(µg/kg)
CIEH GAC
Commercial
Threshold
(µg/kg)
µg/kg
DETERMINAND
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chlorobenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chlorodibromomethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloroform
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloroethylene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloropropene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Dibromomethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Docj;prpdofluoromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-dibromoethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Dichloromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
EthylBenzene
<10
<10
<10
<10
1,2-Dichloroethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Isopropyl benzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichloropropane
<50
<50
<50
<50
M/P Xylene
<10
<10
<10
<10
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
n-Propylbenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
O Xylene
<10
<10
<10
<10
1,3-Dichloropropane
<50
<50
<50
<50
p-Isopropyltoluene
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
S-Butylbenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
2,2-Dichloropropane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Styrene
<50
<50
<50
<50
2-Chlorotoluene
<50
<50
<50
<50
T-Butylbenzene
<50
<50
<50
<50
4-Chlorotoluene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Tetrachloroethene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Toluene
<10
<10
<10
<10
<50
Benzene
CIEH GAC
Residential
Threshold
(µg/kg)
(13)
<10
(13)
<10
(13)
<10
(13)
<10
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
<50
<50
<50
Bromochloromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromodichloromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trichloroethene
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromoform
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trichlorofluoromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromomethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
Vinyl chloride
<50
<50
<50
<50
Carbon Tetrachloride
<50
<50
<50
<50
Values in brackets indicate the solubility or vapour saturation limit where this is exceeded by the GAC
(13) = Results have been blank corrected
Job No. 3785
Company No. 6133365
Bromobenzene
SUMMARY OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC) TEST RESULTS - WATER
Wilson Associates (Consulting) Limited
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
Sample Depth (m)
4.48
0.7
3.45
Sample of
Upstream
Downstream
WATER
Units
µg/l
DETERMINAND
EA EQS "River
EA EQS
Basin Districts
"Environment
Typology,
Agency Guidance
UK Drinking Water
Standards &
to Third Parties on
Standards "The
Groundwater
Pollution of
Water Supply
Threshold Values Controlled Waters
(Water Quality)
(Water Framework for Part IIA of the
Regulations 2000"
Directive) (England
1990
& Wales) Directions Environmental
2010"
Protection Act"
Sample Ref
WS1
WS2
WS3
Sample Depth (m)
4.48
0.7
3.45
Sample of
Upstream
Downstream
<1
WATER
Units
µg/l
DETERMINAND
Registered Office: 36 Brunswick Road, Gloucester GL1 1JJ
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chlorodibromomethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chloroform
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chloromethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethylene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloropropene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Dibromomethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Docj;prpdofluoromethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,2-dibromoethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Dichloromethane
<50
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
EthylBenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloroethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Isopropyl benzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloropropane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
M/P Xylene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
n-Propylbenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
O Xylene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichloropropane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
p-Isopropyltoluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
S-Butylbenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2,2-Dichloropropane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Styrene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
2-Chlorotoluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
T-Butylbenzene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
4-Chlorotoluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Tetrachloroethene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Toluene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Benzene
(13)
<1
(13)
<1
(13)
<1
(13)
<1
(13)
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bromochloromethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bromodichloromethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Trichloroethene
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bromoform
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Trichlorofluoromethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Bromomethane
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Vinyl chloride
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Carbon Tetrachloride
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Values in brackets indicate the solubility or vapour saturation limit where this is exceeded by the GAC
(13) = Results have been blank corrected
Job No. 3785
Company No. 6133365
Bromobenzene
EA EQS "River
EA EQS
Basin Districts
"Environment
Typology,
Agency Guidance
UK Drinking Water
Standards &
to Third Parties on
Standards "The
Groundwater
Pollution of
Water Supply
Threshold Values Controlled Waters
(Water Quality)
(Water Framework for Part IIA of the
Regulations 2000"
Directive) (England
1990
& Wales) Directions Environmental
2010"
Protection Act"
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Certificate of Analysis
Hadfield House
Hadfield Street
Cornbrook
Manchester
M16 9FE
Tel : 0161 874 2400
Fax : 0161 874 2468
Scientific Analysis Laboratories is a
limited company registered in England and
Wales (No 2514788) whose address is at
Hadfield House, Hadfield Street, Manchester M16 9FE
Report Number: 428010-1
Date of Report: 23-Oct-2014
Customer: Wilson Associates (Consulting) Limited
36 Brunswick Road
Gloucester
GL1 1JJ
Customer Contact: Mr Matt Green
Customer Job Reference:
Customer Purchase Order:
Customer Site Reference:
Date Job Received at SAL:
Date Analysis Started:
Date Analysis Completed:
3785
3785/MG
WALFORD
09-Oct-2014
10-Oct-2014
22-Oct-2014
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Tests covered by this certificate were conducted in accordance with SAL SOPs
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and authorised by :
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Customer Services Manager
(Land)
Issued by :
Natasha Wild
Project Manager
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428010-1
SAL Reference: 428010
Project Site: WALFORD
Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
Heavy Metals(9)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Arsenic
T6
M40
2
mg/kg
8
19
9
30
Cadmium
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
<1
<1
<1
<1
Chromium
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
22
28
11
23
Copper
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
17
39
34
10
Lead
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
11
42
10
7
Mercury
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
<1
<1
<1
<1
Nickel
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
20
16
8
10
Selenium
T6
M40
3
mg/kg
<3
<3
<3
<3
Zinc
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
33
230
18
25
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Determinand
SAL Reference: 428010
Project Site: WALFORD
Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
Miscellaneous
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
2
3
6
7
Nitrate
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
1
<1
<1
<1
Moisture @ 105 C
T162
AR
0.1
%
11
6.0
7.6
7.6
Sulphate
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
5
22
2
3
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Determinand
SAL Reference: 428010
Project Site: WALFORD
Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
Phenols (Speciated)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
<0.01
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Cresols
T16
M105
0.01
mg/kg
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
Phenol
T149
M105
0.01
mg/kg
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
Xylenols
T16
M105
0.01
mg/kg
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
Determinand
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428010-1
SAL Reference: 428010
Project Site: WALFORD
Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
SVOC 625 + Tentatively Identified Compounds
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Chloronaphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Chlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-methyl phenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Methylnaphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
2-Nitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
3-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
3/4-Methylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Chloroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
Determinand
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
4-Nitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
Acenaphthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
0.2
<0.1
Acenaphthylene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.2
0.4
<0.1
Azobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.4
1.2
<0.1
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.6
1.7
<0.1
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
1.1
3.2
<0.1
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.7
1.4
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Butyl benzylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Carbazole
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
0.1
<0.1
Chrysene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.3
1.2
<0.1
Di-n-butylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Di-n-octylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.1
0.3
<0.1
Dibenzofuran
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Diethyl phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Dimethyl phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Fluoranthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
1.1
3.5
<0.1
Fluorene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
0.2
<0.1
Hexachlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Hexachlorobutadiene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
Hexachloroethane
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.5
1.2
<0.1
Isophorone
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Naphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Nitrobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Pentachlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
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Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
SVOC 625 + Tentatively Identified Compounds
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Phenanthrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
0.4
1.2
<0.1
Phenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
(36) <0.5
Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
<0.1
1.1
3.4
<0.1
SVOC screen (extra peaks)
T16
M105
10
mg/kg
<10
<10
<10
<10
Determinand
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SAL Reference: 428010
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Customer Reference: 3785
Soil
Analysed as Soil
Volatile Organic Compounds (USEPA 624) (MCERTS)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,1-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-dibromoethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,2-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,3-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
2,2-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
2-Chlorotoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
4-Chlorotoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Benzene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
(13) <10
(13) <10
(13) <10
(13) <10
Determinand
Bromobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromochloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromodichloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromoform
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Bromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Carbon tetrachloride
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chlorodibromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloroform
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Chloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Dibromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Dichloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
EthylBenzene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
<10
<10
<10
<10
Isopropyl benzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
M/P Xylene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
<10
<10
<10
<10
n-Propylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
O Xylene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
<10
<10
<10
<10
p-Isopropyltoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
S-Butylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Styrene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
T-Butylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Tetrachloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Toluene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
<10
<10
<10
<10
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trichloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Trichlorofluoromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
Vinyl chloride
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
<50
<50
<50
<50
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Soil
Analysed as Soil
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
428010 001
428010 002
428010 004
428010 005
WS1
WS2
WS3
WS4
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Date Sampled 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014 07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.9
0.4
0.5
0.6
Type
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
TPH (C6-C7 aliphatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C8-C10 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C10-C12 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C12-C16 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C16-C21 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C21-C35 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
50
2
TPH (C35-C40 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
23
<1
Determinand
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C7-C8 aliphatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C8-C10 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <1
<1
<1
TPH (C10-C12 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C12-C16 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
TPH (C16-C21 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
40
<1
TPH (C21-C35 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
110
<1
TPH (C35-C40 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
<1
(9) <10
(9) <10
<1
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Water
Analysed as Water
Heavy Metals(9)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
428010 003
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.7
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
As (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.2
µg/l
82
4.0
3.7
Cd (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.02
µg/l
<0.02
0.02
<0.02
Cr (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
11
5
5
Cu (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
0.8
2.0
1.5
Determinand
Units
Pb (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.3
µg/l
1.1
1.6
1.6
Hg (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.05
µg/l
<0.05
<0.05
<0.05
Ni (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
3
1
1
Se (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
0.8
0.8
0.6
Zn (Dissolved)
T281
AR
2
µg/l
8
<2
<2
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Water
Analysed as Water
Miscellaneous
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
428010 003
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.7
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Phenol
T149
AR
0.0005
mg/l
0.0013
0.0009
<0.0005
Cresols
T16
AR
0.0005
mg/l
<0.0005
<0.0005
<0.0005
Determinand
Xylenols
T16
AR
0.0005
mg/l
<0.0005
<0.0005
<0.0005
Nitrate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
<0.5
23
22
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/l
9
21
20
Sulphate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
24
27
26
Xylene (Total)
T54
AR
0.001
mg/l
<0.001
<0.001
<0.001
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Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
BTEX, MTBE
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
428010 003
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.7
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
(13) <1
(13) <1
(13) <1
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Methyl tert-Butyl Ether
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Determinand
Units
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Water
Analysed as Water
Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (USEPA 625) Low Level
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Method
Test
Sample
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
Determinand
428010 003
LOD
Units
0.7
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
SVOC screen
T16
AR
10
µg/l
<10
<10
<10
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Chloronaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Chlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-methyl phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Methylnaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
3-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
3/4-Methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
4-Chloroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
Acenaphthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
5
<1
<1
Acenaphthylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
3
<1
<1
Azobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
5
<1
<1
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
12
<1
<1
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
21
<1
<1
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
12
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Butyl benzylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Carbazole
T71
AR
1
µg/l
1
<1
<1
Chrysene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
4
<1
<1
Di-n-butylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Di-n-octylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
3
<1
<1
Dibenzofuran
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Diethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Dimethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
13
<1
<1
Fluorene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
2
<1
<1
Hexachlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Hexachlorobutadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
Hexachloroethane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
11
<1
<1
Isophorone
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Naphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Nitrobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Pentachlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
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SAL Reference
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
Determinand
428010 003
0.7
Units
Phenanthrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
4
<1
<1
Phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
(36) <5
Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
11
<1
<1
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Water
Analysed as Water
Volatile Organic Compounds (USEPA 624)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
Determinand
428010 003
0.7
Units
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2-dibromoethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,3-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
2-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
4-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
(13) <1
(13) <1
(13) <1
Bromobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bromochloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bromodichloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bromoform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Bromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Carbon tetrachloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Chlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Chlorodibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Chloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Chloroform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Chloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Dibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Dichloromethane
T54
AR
50
µg/l
<50
<50
<50
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Isopropyl benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
n-Propylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
p-Isopropyltoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
S-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Styrene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
T-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Tetrachloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Trichlorofluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
Vinyl chloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
<1
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SAL Reference: 428010
Project Site: WALFORD
Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons CWG
SAL Reference
428010 003
428010 006
428010 007
WS2
UPSTREAM
DOWNSTREAM
07-OCT-2014
07-OCT-2014
Customer Sample Reference
Bottom Depth
0.7
Date Sampled
07-OCT-2014
Depth
0.7
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
TPH (C5-C6 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C6-C8 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH DW(C8-C10 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C10-C12 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C12-C16 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.02
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C16-C21 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.15
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C21-C35 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.51
0.04
0.02
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
<0.010
TPH DW(C8-C10 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C10-C12 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C12-C16 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.10
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C16-C21 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.67
0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C21-C35 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
2.5
<0.01
0.01
Determinand
Index to symbols used in 428010-1
Value
M105
Description
Analysis conducted on an "as received" aliquot.
Results are reported on a dry weight basis where
moisture content was determined by assisted
drying of sample at 105C
AR
As Received
M40
Analysis conducted on sample assisted dried at no
more than 40C. Results are reported on a dry
weight basis.
36
LOD Raised due to low Matrix spike recovery
13
Results have been blank corrected.
9
LOD raised due to dilution of sample
M
Analysis is MCERTS accredited
U
Analysis is UKAS accredited
N
Analysis is not UKAS accredited
Notes
Samples submitted for GC/MS (Headspace) analysis were submitted in inappropriate containers. It is possible therefore that the results provided may be compromised.
Method Index
Value
Description
T81
GC/FID (LV)
T149
GC/MS (SIR)
T209
GC/MS(Head Space)(MCERTS)
T215
GC/MS (Headspace)(LV)
T686
Discrete Analyser
T6
ICP/OES
T71
GC/MS (1l ext.)
T281
ICP/MS (Filtered)
T16
GC/MS
T54
GC/MS (Headspace)
T162
Grav (1 Dec) (105 C)
T207
T8
GC/MS (MCERTS)
GC/FID
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Accreditation Summary
Determinand
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
SAL References
Arsenic
T6
M40
2
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Cadmium
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chromium
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Copper
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Lead
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Mercury
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Nickel
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Selenium
T6
M40
3
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Zinc
T6
M40
1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
Moisture @ 105 C
T162
AR
0.1
%
N
001-002,004-005
Nitrate
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
Sulphate
T686
AR
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
Cresols
T16
M105
0.01
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Phenol
T149
M105
0.01
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Xylenols
T16
M105
0.01
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2-Chloronaphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2-Chlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2-methyl phenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2-Methylnaphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2-Nitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
3-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
3/4-Methylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
4-Chloroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
4-Nitroaniline
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
4-Nitrophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Acenaphthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Acenaphthylene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Azobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Butyl benzylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Carbazole
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Chrysene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Di-n-butylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Di-n-octylphthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Dibenzofuran
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Diethyl phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Dimethyl phthalate
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Fluoranthene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Fluorene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Hexachlorobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Hexachlorobutadiene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Hexachloroethane
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Isophorone
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Naphthalene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Nitrobenzene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Pentachlorophenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Phenanthrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Phenol
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Pyrene
T207
M105
0.1
mg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
SVOC screen (extra peaks)
T16
M105
10
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,1-Dichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,1-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2-dibromoethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2-Dichloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,2-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,3-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
2,2-Dichloropropane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
2-Chlorotoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
4-Chlorotoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Benzene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bromobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bromochloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bromodichloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bromoform
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Bromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Carbon tetrachloride
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chlorobenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chlorodibromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chloroethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chloroform
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Chloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Dibromomethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Dichloromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
EthylBenzene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Isopropyl benzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
M/P Xylene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
n-Propylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
O Xylene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
p-Isopropyltoluene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
S-Butylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Styrene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
U
001-002,004-005
T-Butylbenzene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Tetrachloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Toluene
T209
M105
10
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Trichloroethene
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Trichlorofluoromethane
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
Vinyl chloride
T209
M105
50
µg/kg
M
001-002,004-005
TPH (C6-C7 aliphatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C8-C10 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C10-C12 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C12-C16 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C16-C21 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C21-C35 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
Determinand
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Determinand
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
SAL References
TPH (C35-C40 aliphatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C7-C8 aliphatic)
T54
M105
0.010
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C8-C10 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C10-C12 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C12-C16 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C16-C21 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C21-C35 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
TPH (C35-C40 aromatic)
T8
M105
1
mg/kg
N
001-002,004-005
As (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.2
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Cd (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.02
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Cr (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Cu (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Pb (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.3
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Hg (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.05
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Ni (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Se (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Zn (Dissolved)
T281
AR
2
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Phenol
T149
AR
0.0005
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Cresols
T16
AR
0.0005
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Xylenols
T16
AR
0.0005
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Nitrate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Sulphate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
U
003,006-007
Xylene (Total)
T54
AR
0.001
mg/l
U
003,006-007
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Methyl tert-Butyl Ether
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
SVOC screen
T16
AR
10
µg/l
N
003,006-007
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Chloronaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Chlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-methyl phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Methylnaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
3-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
3/4-Methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Chloroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Acenaphthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Acenaphthylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Azobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Butyl benzylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Carbazole
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
Chrysene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Di-n-butylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Di-n-octylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dibenzofuran
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Diethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dimethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Fluorene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Hexachlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Hexachlorobutadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Hexachloroethane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Isophorone
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Naphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Nitrobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Pentachlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Phenanthrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,1-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2-dibromoethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,3-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
2-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
4-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bromobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bromochloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bromodichloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bromoform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Bromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Carbon tetrachloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Chlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Chlorodibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Chloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Chloroform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Chloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Dichloromethane
T54
AR
50
µg/l
N
003,006-007
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Isopropyl benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
n-Propylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
p-Isopropyltoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
S-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Styrene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
T-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Tetrachloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Trichlorofluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
Vinyl chloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
003,006-007
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
TPH (C5-C6 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
TPH (C6-C8 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C8-C10 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C10-C12 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C12-C16 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C16-C21 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C21-C35 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C8-C10 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C10-C12 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C12-C16 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C16-C21 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
TPH DW(C21-C35 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
003,006-007
Determinand
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SAL Reference: 431570
Project Site: Walford
Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Heavy Metals(9)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
431570 001
431570 003
WS1
WS3
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Determinand
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
As (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.2
µg/l
0.9
4.9
Cd (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.02
µg/l
0.03
0.86
Cr (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
520
13
Cu (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
1.7
3.8
Pb (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.3
µg/l
<0.3
<0.3
Hg (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.05
µg/l
<0.05
<0.05
Ni (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
5
16
Se (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
12
2.2
Zn (Dissolved)
T281
AR
2
µg/l
6
55
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WS1
WS3
SAL Reference: 431570
Project Site: Walford
Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Suite B
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/l
31
26
Nitrate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
31
<0.5
Sulphate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
26
43
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431570 003
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WS3
Determinand
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Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Phenols (Speciated)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Cresols
T16
AR
0.5
µg/l
<0.5
<0.5
Phenol
T149
AR
0.5
µg/l
<0.5
<0.5
Xylenols
T16
AR
0.5
µg/l
<0.5
<0.5
Determinand
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SAL Reference: 431570
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Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (USEPA 625) Low Level
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
431570 001
431570 003
WS1
WS3
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
12
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2-Chloronaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2-Chlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2-methyl phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
2
14
2-Methylnaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Determinand
2-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
2-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
3-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
3/4-Methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
2
15
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Chloroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
Acenaphthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Acenaphthylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Azobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
2
Butyl benzylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Carbazole
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chrysene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Di-n-butylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Di-n-octylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Dibenzofuran
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Diethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
Dimethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Fluorene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Hexachlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Hexachlorobutadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
(36) <5
Hexachloroethane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Isophorone
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Naphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
2
3
Nitrobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
(36) <5
Pentachlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
(36) <5
Phenanthrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
1
Phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
3
12
Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
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Project Site: Walford
Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
SVOC 625 + Tentatively Identified Compounds
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
Date Sampled
Determinand
SVOC screen
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
T16
AR
10
µg/l
431570 001
431570 003
WS1
WS3
21-OCT-2014
21-OCT-2014
Phenol, p-tert-butyl
<10
16
No other compounds
detected above
10
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SAL Reference: 431570
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Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Volatile Organic Compounds (USEPA 624)
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
431570 001
431570 003
WS1
WS3
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Determinand
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,1-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2-dibromoethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,3-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
2-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
4-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
(13) <1
(13) <1
Bromobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bromochloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bromodichloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bromoform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Bromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Carbon tetrachloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chlorodibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chloroform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Chloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Dibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Dichloromethane
T54
AR
50
µg/l
<50
<50
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Isopropyl benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
n-Propylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
p-Isopropyltoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
S-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Styrene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
T-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Tetrachloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Trichlorofluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Vinyl chloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
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Customer Reference: 3785
Water
Analysed as Water
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons CWG
SAL Reference
Customer Sample Reference
431570 001
431570 003
WS1
WS3
Date Sampled 21-OCT-2014 21-OCT-2014
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Xylene (Total)
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
(13) <1
(13) <1
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Methyl tert-Butyl Ether
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
<1
<1
TPH (C5-C6 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C6-C8 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
TPH DW(C8-C10 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C10-C12 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C12-C16 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
0.01
TPH DW(C16-C21 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
0.01
TPH DW(C21-C35 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
0.03
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
<0.010
<0.010
TPH DW(C8-C10 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C10-C12 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
TPH DW(C12-C16 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
0.01
TPH DW(C16-C21 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
0.01
0.01
TPH DW(C21-C35 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
<0.01
<0.01
Determinand
Index to symbols used in 431570-3
Value
Description
AR
As Received
36
LOD Raised due to low Matrix spike recovery
13
Results have been blank corrected.
U
Analysis is UKAS accredited
N
Analysis is not UKAS accredited
Method Index
Value
Description
T54
GC/MS (Headspace)
T215
GC/MS (Headspace)(LV)
T149
GC/MS (SIR)
T686
Discrete Analyser
T16
GC/MS
T71
GC/MS (1l ext.)
T81
GC/FID (LV)
T281
ICP/MS (Filtered)
Accreditation Summary
Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
As (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.2
µg/l
U
001,003
Cd (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.02
µg/l
U
001,003
Cr (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Cu (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
U
001,003
Pb (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.3
µg/l
U
001,003
Hg (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.05
µg/l
U
001,003
Ni (Dissolved)
T281
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Se (Dissolved)
T281
AR
0.5
µg/l
U
001,003
Zn (Dissolved)
T281
AR
2
µg/l
U
001,003
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
Cresols
T16
AR
0.5
µg/l
N
Phenol
T149
AR
0.5
µg/l
N
001,003
Xylenols
T16
AR
0.5
µg/l
N
001,003
SVOC screen
T16
AR
10
µg/l
N
001,003
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4-Dichlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4-Dimethylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4-Dinitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Chloronaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Chlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-methyl phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Methylnaphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
3-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
3/4-Methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Bromophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Chloroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Chlorophenyl phenylether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Nitroaniline
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Nitrophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Acenaphthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Acenaphthylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Azobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Benzo(a)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Benzo(a)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Benzo(b/k)Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Benzo(ghi)Perylene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Butyl benzylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Carbazole
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chrysene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Di-n-butylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Di-n-octylphthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dibenzo(ah)Anthracene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dibenzofuran
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Diethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dimethyl phthalate
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Fluoranthene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Fluorene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Hexachlorobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Hexachlorobutadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Hexachloroethane
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Indeno(123-cd)Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Isophorone
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Naphthalene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Nitrobenzene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Pentachlorophenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Phenanthrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Phenol
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Pyrene
T71
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chloride
T686
AR
1
mg/l
N
001,003
Nitrate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
N
001,003
Sulphate
T686
AR
0.5
mg/l
U
001,003
Xylene (Total)
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
M/P Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
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Method
Test
Sample
LOD
Units
Symbol
Methyl tert-Butyl Ether
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
O Xylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
TPH (C5-C6 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH (C6-C8 aliphatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C8-C10 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C10-C12 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C12-C16 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C16-C21 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C21-C35 aliphatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH (C6-C7 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH (C7-C8 aromatic)
T215
AR
0.010
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C8-C10 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C10-C12 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C12-C16 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C16-C21 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
TPH DW(C21-C35 aromatic)
T81
AR
0.01
mg/l
N
001,003
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,1-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2-dibromoethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2-Dichloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,3-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2,2-Dichloropropane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
2-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
4-Chlorotoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bromobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bromochloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bromodichloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bromoform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Bromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Carbon tetrachloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chlorobenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chlorodibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chloroethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chloroform
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Chloromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dibromomethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dichlorodifluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Dichloromethane
T54
AR
50
µg/l
N
001,003
EthylBenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Isopropyl benzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
n-Propylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
p-Isopropyltoluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
S-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Styrene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
T-Butylbenzene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Tetrachloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Toluene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Trichlorofluoromethane
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Vinyl chloride
T54
AR
1
µg/l
U
001,003
Determinand
SAL References
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Page 1
Issued: 09/03/2007
Revision No: 2
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING
Product name: ADDITIVE O
Product code:
F 1986
Company name: Protim Solignum Ltd
Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1LS
United Kingdom
Registered office as above. Registered in UK 3037845.
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 486 644
Fax: +44 (0) 1628 476 757
Emergency tel: +44 (0) 1628 890 907
Email: [email protected]
2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Main hazards: Harmful if swallowed. Causes burns. May cause sensitisation by skin contact. Very toxic to
aquatic organisms.
3. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Hazardous ingredients: 2-OCTYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE 30-50%
EINECS: 247-761-7 CAS: 26530-20-1
[Xn] R22; [T] R23/24; [C] R34; [Sens.] R43; [N] R50/53
• 1,2-PROPYLENE GLYCOL 50-70%
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (SYMPTOMS)
Skin contact: There may be irritation and redness at the site of contact.
Eye contact: There may be irritation and redness. The eyes may water profusely.
Ingestion: There may be soreness and redness of the mouth and throat. Nausea and stomach pain may
occur. There may be vomiting.
Inhalation: There may be irritation of the throat with a feeling of tightness in the chest.
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (ACTION)
Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothes and footwear immediately unless stuck to skin. Drench the
affected skin with running water for 10 minutes or longer if substance is still on skin. Consult a
doctor.
Eye contact: Bathe the eye with running water for 15 minutes. Consult a doctor.
Ingestion: Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. If conscious, give half a litre of water to
drink immediately. Consult a doctor.
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Inhalation: Remove casualty from exposure ensuring one's own safety whilst doing so. Consult a doctor.
5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
Extinguishing media: Suitable extinguishing media for the surrounding fire should be used. Use water spray to cool
containers.
Exposure hazards: In combustion emits toxic fumes.
Protection of fire-fighters: Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear protective clothing to prevent contact with skin
and eyes.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Personal precautions: Refer to section 8 of SDS for personal protection details. If outside do not approach from
downwind. If outside keep bystanders upwind and away from danger point. Mark out the
contaminated area with signs and prevent access to unauthorised personnel. Turn leaking
containers leak-side up to prevent the escape of liquid.
Environmental precautions: Do not discharge into drains or rivers. Contain the spillage using bunding.
Clean-up procedures: Absorb into dry earth or sand. Transfer to a closable, labelled salvage container for disposal by
an appropriate method.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling requirements: Avoid direct contact with the substance. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation of the area. Do
not handle in a confined space. Avoid the formation or spread of mists in the air.
Storage conditions: Store in cool, well ventilated area. Keep container tightly closed.
Suitable packaging: Must only be kept in original packaging.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Hazardous ingredients: 2-OCTYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE
WEL (8 hr TWA): 0.05 mg/m3 WEL (15 min STEL): 0.05 mg/m3
• 1,2-PROPYLENE GLYCOL
WEL (8 hr TWA): 474 mg/m3 (150ppm)
Engineering measures: Ensure there is sufficient ventilation of the area.
Respiratory protection: Self-contained breathing apparatus must be available in case of emergency.
Hand protection: Impermeable gloves.
Eye protection: Safety glasses. Ensure eye bath is to hand.
Skin protection: Impermeable protective clothing.
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
State: Liquid
Colour: Yellow
Odour: Sweet-smelling
Flash point°C: >100ºC
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Relative density: 1.03 @20ºC(g/cm3)
pH: n/a
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Stability: Stable under normal conditions.
Conditions to avoid: Heat.
Materials to avoid: Strong oxidising agents. Strong acids.
Haz. decomp. products: In combustion emits toxic fumes.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Hazardous ingredients: 2-OCTYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE
ORL RAT LD50 550 mg/kg
SKN RBT LD50 690 mg/kg
Chronic toxicity: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
Routes of exposure: Refer to section 4 of SDS for routes of exposure and corresponding symptoms.
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Mobility: Readily absorbed into soil.
Persistence and degradability:
Biodegradable.
Bioaccumulative potential: No data available.
Other adverse effects: Very toxic to aquatic organisms.
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
NB: The user's attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national regulations
regarding disposal.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ADR / RID
UN no: 2922
Packing group: III
ADR Class: 8
Classification code: CT1
Shipping name: CORROSIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. (2-OCTYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE)
Labelling: 8+6.1
Hazard ID no: 86
IMDG / IMO
UN no: 2922
Packing group: III
Class: 8
EmS: F-A,S-B
Marine pollutant: .
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Labelling: 8+6.1
IATA / ICAO
UN no: 2922
Packing group: III
Class: 8
Subsidiary risk: 6.1
Packing instructions: 818(P&CA); 820(CAO)
Labelling: 8+6.1
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazard symbols: Dangerous for the environment.
Corrosive.
Risk phrases: R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R34: Causes burns.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R50: Very toxic to aquatic organisms.
Safety phrases: S23: Do not breathe aerosol.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye / face protection.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label
where possible).
S60: This material and its container must be disposed of as hazardous waste.
S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions / safety data sheets.
Note: The regulatory information given above only indicates the principal regulations specifically
applicable to the product described in the safety data sheet. The user's attention is drawn to
the possible existence of additional provisions which complete these regulations. Refer to all
applicable national, international and local regulations or provisions.
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Risk phrases used in s.3:
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R23/24: Toxic by inhalation and in contact with skin.
R34: Causes burns.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R50/53: Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment.
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Legal disclaimer: The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall
be used only as a guide. This company shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from
handling or from contact with the above product.
Uncontrolled copy. Not subject to review.
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
CELCURE AC - 500 (UK)
Page 1
Issued: 25/05/2005
Revision No: 1
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING
Product name: CELCURE AC - 500 (UK)
Product code:
F 1789/7
Company name: Protim Solignum Ltd
Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1LS
United Kingdom
Registered office as above. Registered in UK 3037845.
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 486 644
Fax: +44 (0) 1628 476 757
Emergency tel: +44 (0) 1628 890 907
Email: [email protected]
2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Main hazards: Harmful by inhalation. Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
3. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Hazardous ingredients: BASIC COPPER CARBONATE 10-30%
EINECS: 235-113-6 CAS: 12069-69-1
[Xn] R20/22
• 2-AMINOETHANOL 30-50%
EINECS: 205-483-3 CAS: 141-43-5
[Xn] R20/21/22; [C] R34
• BENZYLAMMONIUM CHLORIDE <5%
[Xn] R22; [C] R34; [N] R50
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (SYMPTOMS)
Skin contact: There may be irritation and redness at the site of contact.
Eye contact: There may be irritation and redness. The eyes may water profusely.
Ingestion: There may be soreness and redness of the mouth and throat. Nausea and stomach pain may
occur. There may be vomiting.
Inhalation: There may be irritation of the throat with a feeling of tightness in the chest.
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (ACTION)
Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothes and footwear immediately unless stuck to skin. Drench the
affected skin with running water for 10 minutes or longer if substance is still on skin. Consult a
doctor.
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Eye contact: Bathe the eye with running water for 15 minutes. Consult a doctor.
Ingestion: Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. If conscious, give half a litre of water to
drink immediately. Consult a doctor.
Inhalation: Remove casualty from exposure ensuring one's own safety whilst doing so. Consult a doctor.
5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
Extinguishing media: Suitable extinguishing media for the surrounding fire should be used. Use water spray to cool
containers.
Exposure hazards: In combustion emits toxic fumes.
Protection of fire-fighters: Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear protective clothing to prevent contact with skin
and eyes.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Personal precautions: Refer to section 8 of SDS for personal protection details. If outside do not approach from
downwind. If outside keep bystanders upwind and away from danger point. Mark out the
contaminated area with signs and prevent access to unauthorised personnel. Turn leaking
containers leak-side up to prevent the escape of liquid.
Environmental precautions: Do not discharge into drains or rivers. Contain the spillage using bunding.
Clean-up procedures: Absorb into dry earth or sand. Transfer to a closable, labelled salvage container for disposal by
an appropriate method.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling requirements: Avoid direct contact with the substance. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation of the area. Do
not handle in a confined space. Avoid the formation or spread of mists in the air.
Storage conditions: Store in cool, well ventilated area. Keep container tightly closed.
Suitable packaging: Must only be kept in original packaging.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Hazardous ingredients: BASIC COPPER CARBONATE
WEL (8 hr TWA): 10mg/m3
• 2-AMINOETHANOL
WEL (8 hr TWA): 7.6 mg/m3 WEL (15 min STEL): 15 mg/m3
Respirable dust: BASIC COPPER CARBONATE
WEL (8 hr TWA): 4mg/m3
Engineering measures: Ensure there is sufficient ventilation of the area.
Respiratory protection: Self-contained breathing apparatus must be available in case of emergency.
Hand protection: Impermeable gloves.
Eye protection: Safety glasses. Ensure eye bath is to hand.
Skin protection: Impermeable protective clothing.
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9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
State: Liquid
Colour: Blue
Odour: Characteristic odour
Solubility in water: Soluble
Flash point°C: Not applicable
Relative density: [email protected]ºC(g/cm3)
pH: 10.6
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Stability: Stable under normal conditions.
Conditions to avoid: Heat.
Materials to avoid: Strong oxidising agents. Strong acids.
Haz. decomp. products: In combustion emits toxic fumes.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Hazardous ingredients: BASIC COPPER CARBONATE
ORL RAT LD50 1350 mg/kg
• 2-AMINOETHANOL
IVN RAT LD50 225 mg/kg
ORL MUS LD50 700 mg/kg
ORL RAT LD50 1720 mg/kg
SCU RAT LD50 1500 mg/kg
• BENZYLAMMONIUM CHLORIDE
ORL RAT LD50 600 mg/kg
Routes of exposure: Refer to section 4 of SDS for routes of exposure and corresponding symptoms.
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Hazardous ingredients: BENZYLAMMONIUM CHLORIDE
DAPHNIA 48H EC50 0.0058 mg/l
FISH BLUEGILLS 96H LC50 0.515 mg/l
FISH RAINBOW TROUT 96H LC50 0.93 mg/l
Mobility: Readily absorbed into soil.
Persistence and degradability:
Biodegradable in part only.
Bioaccumulative potential: Slightly bioaccumulable.
Other adverse effects: Harmful to aquatic organisms.
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
NB: The user's attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national regulations
regarding disposal.
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14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ADR / RID
UN no: 1760
Packing group: III
ADR Class: 8
Classification code: C9
Shipping name: CORROSIVE LIQUID, N.O.S. (BENZYLAMMONIUM CHLORIDE)
Labelling: 8
Hazard ID no: 80
IMDG / IMO
UN no: 1760
Packing group: III
Class: 8
EmS: F-A,S-B
Marine pollutant: P
Labelling: 8
IATA / ICAO
UN no: 1760
Class: 8
Packing group: III
Packing instructions: 818(P&CA); 820(CAO)
Labelling: 8
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazard symbols: Harmful.
Risk phrases: R20: Harmful by inhalation.
R36/37/38: Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
Safety phrases: S20/21: When using do not eat, drink or smoke.
S23: Do not breathe aerosol.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
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S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S36/39: Wear suitable protective clothing and eye / face protection.
Note: The regulatory information given above only indicates the principal regulations specifically
applicable to the product described in the safety data sheet. The user's attention is drawn to
the possible existence of additional provisions which complete these regulations. Refer to all
applicable national, international and local regulations or provisions.
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Risk phrases used in s.3:
R20/22: Harmful by inhalation and if swallowed.
R20/21/22: Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
R34: Causes burns.
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R50: Very toxic to aquatic organisms.
Legal disclaimer: The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall
be used only as a guide. This company shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from
handling or from contact with the above product.
Uncontrolled copy. Not subject to review.
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
CELCURE P60 (UK)
Page 1
Issued: 18/10/2005
Revision No: 2
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING
Product name: CELCURE P60 (UK)
Product code:
MCELP60000
Synonyms: F 1856
HSE 7714
Company name: Protim Solignum Ltd
Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1LS
United Kingdom
Registered office as above. Registered in UK 3037845.
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 486 644
Fax: +44 (0) 1628 476 757
Emergency tel: +44 (0) 1628 890 907
Email: [email protected]
2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Main hazards: May cause cancer. May cause heritable genetic damage. Harmful in contact with skin and if
swallowed. Very toxic by inhalation. Causes severe burns. May cause sensitisation by inhalation
and skin contact. Toxic: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through
inhalation. Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment. Possible risk of impaired fertility.
3. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Hazardous ingredients: PHOSPHORIC ACID 75% 10-30%
[C] R34
• SULPHURIC ACID <5%
EINECS: 231-639-5 CAS: 7664-93-9
[C] R35
• COPPER OXIDE 5-10%
CAS: 1317-38-0
[Xn] R20/22
• CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE 10-30%
EINECS: 215-607-8 CAS: 1333-82-0
[T] R45; [T] R46; [O] R9; [T] R24/25; [T+] R26; [C] R35; [Sens.] R42/43; [T] R48/23;
[Xn] R62; [N] R50/53
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4. FIRST AID MEASURES (SYMPTOMS)
Skin contact: There may be redness or whiteness of the skin in the area of exposure. Irritation or pain may
occur at the site of contact. Absorption through the skin may be fatal.
Eye contact: There may be severe pain. The eyes may water profusely.
Ingestion: There may be soreness and redness of the mouth and throat. There may be vomiting.
Convulsions may occur. There may be loss of consciousness.
Inhalation: There may be shortness of breath with a burning sensation in the throat. Absorption through the
lungs can occur causing symptoms similar to those of ingestion. Convulsions may occur. There
may be loss of consciousness.
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (ACTION)
Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothes and footwear immediately unless stuck to skin. Drench the
affected skin with running water for 10 minutes or longer if substance is still on skin. Transfer to
hospital if there are burns or symptoms of poisoning.
Eye contact: Bathe the eye with running water for 15 minutes. Transfer to hospital for specialist examination.
Ingestion: Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. If conscious, give half a litre of water to
drink immediately. If unconscious, check for breathing and apply artificial respiration if
necessary. If unconscious and breathing is OK, place in the recovery position. Transfer to
hospital as soon as possible.
Inhalation: Remove casualty from exposure ensuring one's own safety whilst doing so. If conscious, ensure
the casualty sits or lies down. If unconscious and breathing is OK, place in the recovery
position. If unconscious, check for breathing and apply artificial respiration if necessary. If
breathing becomes bubbly, have the casualty sit and provide oxygen if available. Transfer to
hospital as soon as possible.
5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
Extinguishing media: Suitable extinguishing media for the surrounding fire should be used. Use water spray to cool
containers.
Exposure hazards: Toxic. In combustion emits toxic fumes.
Protection of fire-fighters: Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear protective clothing to prevent contact with skin
and eyes.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Personal precautions: Notify the police and fire brigade immediately. Evacuate the area immediately. If outside do not
approach from downwind. If outside keep bystanders upwind and away from danger point.
Mark out the contaminated area with signs and prevent access to unauthorised personnel. Do
not attempt to take action without suitable protective clothing - see section 8 of SDS. Turn
leaking containers leak-side up to prevent the escape of liquid.
Environmental precautions: Do not discharge into drains or rivers. Contain the spillage using bunding. Alert the
neighbourhood to the presence of fumes or gas.
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Clean-up procedures: Clean-up should be dealt with only by qualified personnel familiar with the specific substance.
Absorb into dry earth or sand. Transfer to a closable, labelled salvage container for disposal by
an appropriate method.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling requirements: Avoid direct contact with the substance. Ensure there is exhaust ventilation of the area. Avoid
the formation or spread of mists in the air.
Storage conditions: Store in cool, well ventilated area. Keep container tightly closed.
Suitable packaging: Must only be kept in original packaging.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Hazardous ingredients: SULPHURIC ACID...100%
WEL (8 hr TWA): 1 mg/m3
• COPPER OXIDE
WEL (8 hr TWA): 2.0mg/m3 WEL (15 min STEL): 1mg/m3
Respirable dust: COPPER OXIDE
WEL (8 hr TWA): 1mg/m3
Engineering measures: Ensure there is exhaust ventilation of the area.
Respiratory protection: Self-contained breathing apparatus must be available in case of emergency.
Hand protection: Impermeable gloves.
Eye protection: Safety glasses with side-shields. Ensure eye bath is to hand.
Skin protection: Impermeable protective clothing.
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
State: Liquid
Colour: Orange-brown
Odour: Odourless
Solubility in water: Soluble
Boiling point/range°C: Starts approx. 100ºC
Relative density: [email protected]ºC(g/cm3)
pH: 1.0(concentrate)
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Stability: Stable under normal conditions.
Conditions to avoid: Heat. Hot surfaces. Flames.
Materials to avoid: Strong oxidising agents. Strong acids.
Haz. decomp. products: In combustion emits toxic fumes.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Hazardous ingredients: PHOSPHORIC ACID 75%
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ORL RAT LD50 1530 mg/kg
SKN RBT LD50 2740 mg/kg
• SULPHURIC ACID...100%
ORL RAT LD50 2140 mg/kg
• COPPER OXIDE
ORL RAT LD50 470 mg/kg
• CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE
IVN RAT LD50 9260 µg/kg
ORL MUS LD50 127 mg/kg
ORL RAT LD50 80 mg/kg
Chronic toxicity: Danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through inhalation. Danger of
serious damage to health by prolonged exposure in contact with skin. Danger of serious
damage to health by prolonged exposure if swallowed.
Routes of exposure: Refer to section 4 of SDS for routes of exposure and corresponding symptoms.
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Mobility: Readily absorbed into soil.
Persistence and degradability:
Biodegradable in part only.
Bioaccumulative potential: No data available.
Other adverse effects: Toxic to aquatic organisms.
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
NB: The user's attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national regulations
regarding disposal.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ADR / RID
UN no: 2922
Packing group: II
ADR Class: 8
Classification code: CT1
Shipping name: CORROSIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. (PHOSPHORIC ACID 75%; CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE)
Labelling: 8+6.1
Hazard ID no: 86
IMDG / IMO
UN no: 2922
Packing group: II
Class: 8
EmS: F-A,S-B
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CELCURE P60 (UK)
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Marine pollutant: .
Labelling: 8+6.1
IATA / ICAO
UN no: 2922
Packing group: II
Class: 8
Subsidiary risk: 6.1
Packing instructions: 808(P&CA); 812(CAO)
Labelling: 8+6.1
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazard symbols: Corrosive.
Very toxic.
Dangerous for the environment.
Risk phrases: R45: May cause cancer.
R46: May cause heritable genetic damage.
R21/22: Harmful in contact with skin and if swallowed.
R26: Very toxic by inhalation.
R35: Causes severe burns.
R42/43: May cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin contact.
R48/23: Toxic: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through inhalation.
R51/53: Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment.
R62: Possible risk of impaired fertility.
Safety phrases: S23: Do not breathe fumes.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
S20/21: When using do not eat, drink or smoke.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye / face protection.
S38: In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label
where possible).
S53: Avoid exposure - obtain special instructions before use.
S60: This material and its container must be disposed of as hazardous waste.
S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions / safety data sheets.
S63: In case of accident by inhalation, remove casualty to fresh air and keep at rest.
[cont...]
Issued: 18/10/2005
SAFETY DATA SHEET
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Contains chromium (VI). May produce an allergic reaction.
Precautionary phrases:
Restricted to professional users.
Note: The regulatory information given above only indicates the principal regulations specifically
applicable to the product described in the safety data sheet. The user's attention is drawn to
the possible existence of additional provisions which complete these regulations. Refer to all
applicable national, international and local regulations or provisions.
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Risk phrases used in s.3:
R34: Causes burns.
R35: Causes severe burns.
R20/22: Harmful by inhalation and if swallowed.
R45: May cause cancer.
R46: May cause heritable genetic damage.
R9: Explosive when mixed with combustible material.
R24/25: Toxic in contact with skin and if swallowed.
R26: Very toxic by inhalation.
R42/43: May cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin contact.
R48/23: Toxic: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through inhalation.
R62: Possible risk of impaired fertility.
R50/53: Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment.
Legal disclaimer: The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall
be used only as a guide. This company shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from
handling or from contact with the above product.
Uncontrolled copy. Not subject to review.
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* * * Section 1- IDENTIFICATION DE PRODUIT ET COMPAGNIE * * *
Renseignements sur le fabricant
KOPPERS INC.
436 Seventh Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1800
Contact Fabricant: 412-227-2001 (SDS Requests: 866-852-5239)
CHEMTREC: 800-424-9300 (Outside USA: +1 703-527-3887)
Urgences: (Medical in USA): 877-737-9047
Urgences: (Medical Outside of USA): 651-632-9269
Courriel: [email protected]
Identificateur du produit: CHARBON LA CREOSOTE DE GOURDON
(APPLICATIONS A HAUTE PRESSION)
Famille chimique
hydrocarbures, goudron de charbon
Synonymes
AWPA P1/P13; EPA REG.# 61468-1
description du produit
La créosote de goudron de houille (Applications de pression) se réunit AWPA cahier des charges pour P1/P13
créosote et est un pesticide homologué EPA. Essais sur les animaux de grande envergure a été menée par le
Conseil de créosote sur P1/P13 la créosote et des résultats sont rapportés dans l'article 11.
Usage du produit
Créosote (P1/P13) est enregistrée uniquement pour le traitement sous pression du bois., Du traitement du bois
ne doit pas sciemment la pression traiter les produits du bois qui ne sont pas comprises dans la protection du
Bois Association Américaine (AWPA) Système catégorie d'utilisation, selon la version la plus actuelle du Livre
AWPA des Normes., Reportez-vous à l'étiquette du produit pour plus de détails.
* * * Section 2 – RISQUES IDENTIFICATION * * *
Description générale des risques
Forme Physique: semi-liquide à température ambiante
Couleur: brun au noir
SIGNAL MOT: MISE EN GARDE!
Risques majeurs pour la santé: Toxique par inhalation., nocif si ingéré, irritation des voies respiratoires,
irritation oculaire, une légère irritation cutanée, troubles cutanés, cancer de la peau, cancer du poumon, (Voir la
section 11 pour plus d'informations sur les dangers potentiels des constituants du produit.)
Risques Physiques: Les contenants risquent d'éclater ou d'exploser si exposés à la chaleur. Tout contact avec
la chaleur peut produire des gaz toxiques et/ou inflammables.
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Énoncés des précautions: Provoque des lésions oculaires importantes mais temporaires. Nocif si avalé ou
absorbé par la peau. Évitez de respirer les vapeurs des matières chauffées. Éviter tout contact avec la peau, les
yeux et les vêtements. Porter des lunettes de protection (lunettes, des lunettes de protection ou un écran facial).
Lavez bien toutes les régions exposées avec de l'eau et du savon après tout contact avec la peau et avant de
manger, boire, utiliser des produits du tabac ou avant d'aller aux toilettes. Oter les vêtements contaminés et les
laver avant réutilisation. Un contact cutané prolongé ou fréquemment répété peut provoquer des réactions
allergiques chez certaines personnes. Prolongée et répétée exposition de la peau pendant de nombreuses
années en l'absence de pratiques d'hygiène recommandées peut entraîner des changements dans la
pigmentation de la peau, la croissance la peau bénigne, et, dans certains cas, entraîner un cancer de la peau. Ne
pas manipuler avant d’avoir lu et compris toutes les précautions de sécurité
POTENTIEL EFFETS DE SANTÉ
inhalation
Court Terme: irritation, gêne respiratoire, déchirement, perte de poids, nausée, vomissement, céphalée
Long Terme: L'exposition par inhalation prolongée ou répétée au-dessus de la limite d'exposition peut conduire à
des effets de l'appareil respiratoire telles que l'inflammation et des modifications possibles dans le foie, la
thyroïde, et des éléments sanguins.
peau
Court Terme: irritation bénigne, brûlures thermiques de matériau chauffé, décoloration de la peau, troubles
cutanés, sensibilité à la lumière naturelle, changements de la température de corps, nausée, vomissement,
céphalée, gêne respiratoire, rythme cardiaque irrégulier, peau bleuâtre, convulsions
Long Terme: dermatite, décoloration de la peau, troubles cutanés, sensibilité à la lumière naturelle,
changements de la température de corps, nausée, vomissement, céphalée, gêne respiratoire, rythme cardiaque
irrégulier, peau bleuâtre, cancer du poumon, cancer de la peau
oeil
Court Terme: irritation bénigne, sensibilité à la lumière naturelle, brûlures thermiques de matériau chauffé
Long Terme: irritation, sensibilité à la lumière naturelle
ingestion
Court Terme: irritation bénigne, changements de la température de corps, déchirement, nausée, vomissement,
diarrhée, défécation difficile, gêne respiratoire, rythme cardiaque irrégulier, céphalée, étourdissement, faiblesse,
peau bleuâtre, convulsions, collapsus cardio-vasculaire
Long Terme: irritation, nausée, vomissement, céphalée, effets gastro-intestinaux, étourdissement, changements
de la température de corps, troubles visuels, gêne respiratoire, rythme cardiaque irrégulier, peau bleuâtre,
collapsus cardio-vasculaire
* * * Section 3- COMPOSITION / INFORMATION SUR INGRÉDIENTS * * *
CAS
8001-58-9
194-59-2
85-01-8
91-57-6
83-32-9
206-44-0
91-20-3
86-73-7
129-00-0
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Component
Créosote
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole
phénanthrène, pur
2-méthylnaphtalène
acénaphtène
Fluoranthène
naphtalène, pur
fluorène
Pyrène
Pourcentage (poids)
100
0.00-032
8.80-17.89
5.37-13.17
5.72-9.46
3.39-9.17
0.73-10.81
4.72-5.80
2.42-5.89
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132-64-9
90-12-0
120-12-7
92-52-4
91-22-5
86-74-8
218-01-9
496-11-7
56-55-3
192-97-2
50-32-8
208-96-8
238-84-6
243-17-4
132-65-0
193-39-5
217-59-4
119-65-3
53-70-3
205-99-2
100-47-0
95-48-7
191-24-2
95-15-8
95-13-6
3697-24-3
56-49-5
526-73-8
207-08-9
205-82-3
271-89-6
7704-34-9
226-36-8
108-67-8
224-42-0
105-67-9
106-44-5
95-47-6
108-39-4
106-42-3
108-38-3
620-14-4
622-96-8
108-95-2
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dibenzofuranne
1-méthylnaphtalène
anthracène, pur
biphényle
quinoléine
CARBAZOLE
chrysène
2,3-dihydro-1H-indène
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE
benzo[e]pyrène
Benzo(def)chrysène
acénaphtylène
benzo[a]fluorène
benzo[b]fluorene
dibenzothiophène
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène
triphénylène
isoquinoléine
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène
benzonitrile
O-CRESOL
Benzo(ghi)perylène
benzo[b]thiophène
indène
5-Méthylchrysène
3-méthylcholanthrène
1,2,3-triméthylbenzène
Benzo(k)fluoranthène
Benzo(j)fluoranthène
benzofuranne
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal
DIBENZ(A,H)ACRIDINE
mésitylène
DIBENZ(A,J)ACRIDINE
2,4-xylénol
P-CRESOL
o-xylène
m-crésol
p-Xylène
m-Xylène
3-éthyltoluène
4-éthyltoluène
phénol, pur
2.71-4.80
2.08-5.21
1.29-4.22
0.90-2.58
0.91-2.41
0.59-2.35
1.02-1.91
0.00-2.76
0.94-1.56
0.09-1.80
0.08-1.10
0.36-1.33
0.48-1.07
0.37-0.93
0.47-0.77
0.27-0.75
0.25-0.52
0.20-0.50
0.30-0.91
0.12-0.42
0.00-0.53
0.00-0.51
0.10-0.48
0.05-0.33
0.00-0.37
0.00-0.33
0.00-0.23
0.00-0.22
0.06-0.25
0.09-0.25
0.00-0.20
0.02-0.17
0.01-0.14
0.00-0.12
0.03-0.07
0.00-0.09
0.00-0.09
0.00-0.09
0.00-0.09
0.00-0.08
0.00-0.08
0.00-0.05
0.00-0.05
0.00-0.12
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Données réglementaires relatives aux ingrédients
Il est possible que ce produit soit réglementé, ait des limites d'exposition ou d'autres informations identifiées tel
que suit: Créosotes, Aromatique hydrocarbures, polycyclique (130498-29-2), hydrocarbures aromatiques
polynucléiques.
* * * Section 4 - Premiers soins * * *
inhalation
Amenez la personne à l'air frais. Si la personne ne respire pas, appeler le 911 ou une ambulance, puis pratiquer
la respiration artificielle, de préférence le bouche-à-bouche, si possible. Appeler un centre anti-poison ou un
médecin pour obtenir des conseils sur le traitement.
peau
Enlever les vêtements contaminés. Rincer la peau immédiatement et abondamment avec de l'eau pendant 15-20
minutes. Appeler un centre anti-poison ou un médecin pour obtenir des conseils.
yeux
Garder l'oeil ouvert et rincer doucement et lentement avec de l'eau pendant 15-20 minutes. Retirez les lentilles
cornéennes après les cinq premières minutes, si nécessaire, et poursuivre ensuite le rinçage de l'œil. Appeler un
centre anti-poison ou un médecin pour obtenir des conseils.
ingestion
Appeler un centre anti-poison ou un médecin immédiatement pour obtenir des conseils. Ne pas faire vomir à
moins de le faire par le centre anti-poison ou un médecin. Ne rien donner par la bouche à une personne
inconsciente.
Note aux Physiciens
Des lésions probables aux muqueuses peuvent constituer une contre-indication au lavage d'estomac. Le
vomissement peut causer une pneumonie par aspiration.
* * * Section 5 - Mesures de lutte contre le feu * * *
Voir Section 9 pour Propriétés Inflammabilité
Classement des dangers selon la NFPA: Santé= 2 Incendie= 1 Réactivité= 0
Degré du danger: 0 = Minimal 1 = Léger 2 = Modéré 3 = Grave 4 = Extrême
Propriétés Inflammable
Tout contact avec la chaleur peut produire des gaz toxiques et/ou inflammables. Les contenants risquent d'éclater
ou d'exploser si exposés à la chaleur.
Sensibilité aux chocs
Pas disponible
Sensibilité à la décharge statique
Pas disponible
Moyens d'extinction
poudre chimique oridinaire, dioxyde de carbone, mousse ordinaire, eau pulvérisée
Équipement Protectif et Précautions pour Pompiers
Tenue de feu complète (vêtement de pompiers deux pièces).
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Mesures de Lutte contre l’Incendie
Éviter d'inhaler la matière ou les sous-produits de combustion. Rester contre le vent et éviter les espaces bas.
Utiliser des agents d'extinction appropriés à l'incendie avoisinant. L'eau peut être utilisée pour étouffer l'incendie.
Inonder avec une pulvérisation d'eau fine. Pulvériser de l’eau ou de la mousse sur un produit qui brûle peut
entraîner l’apparition de mousse. Pour les incendies dan les zones de fret ou d'entreposage: Refroidir les
récipients avec de l'eau à l'aide d'une lance télécommandée sur affût ou de lances moniteurs jusqu'à ce que le
feu soit éteint. Si ce n'est pas possible, prendre les précautions suivantes: Maintenir à l'écart les personnes non
autorisées, isoler la zone dangereuse et interdire l'entrée. Se retirer immédiatement si le son provenant du
purgeur d'air de sécurité s'élève ou si les réservoirs se décolorent au cours de l'incendie.
* * * Section 6 - Procédures en cas de déversement * * *
Relâche d’Eau
Soumis à la loi Californienne sur l'eau potable et les produits toxiques de 1986 (Proposition 65). Ne pas déverser
dans le système d'approvisionnement en eau et les égouts. Ce produit est toxique pour les organismes
aquatiques. Ne pas rejeter d'effluents contenant ce produit dans les lacs, les ruisseaux, les étangs, les estuaires,
les océans ou autres plans d'eau sauf en conformité avec les exigences d'un Système Elimination de la Pollution
de Décharge Nationale (PNDSE) de permis et l'autorité d'autorisation a été notifiée par écrit avant le rejet . Ne
pas rejeter d'effluents contenant ce produit dans les égouts sans préalablement aviser l'autorité station
d'épuration locale. Pour obtenir des conseils, communiquez avec votre conseil d'administration de l'eau ou le
bureau régional de l'APE.
Déversement/ rejet en milieu de travail
Éviter la chaleur, les flammes, les étincelles et les autres sources d'inflammation. Si possible, arretêr la fuite s'il
n'y a pas de danger. Absorber (avec du sable, terre, etc) du matériau déchargé et éliminer conformément aux
réglementations fédérales, provinciales et locales. Les matériaux contaminés doivent être manipulés et gérés
comme des déchets dangereux RCRA et traités avant leur élimination dans une décharge agréée. Ces déchets
sont identifiés par l'EPA comme un U051 des déchets dangereux et doit répondre aux normes de traitement
spécifiées dans 40 CFR 268 Sous D. Un permis RCRA de stockage de déchets dangereux est nécessaire pour
le stockage des déchets au-delà de 90 jours. Au Canada, il faudra informer les responsables provinciaux ou
municipaux, ou les deux, comme requis de toute fuite de produit. Si ce produit est renversé ou si une fuite dans
l'environnement, le CERCLA (40 CFR 302.4) est la quantité à déclarer 0.1 gallons (1 pound), et exige nationale
responsable des notifications Response Center.
* * * Section 7 - Manutention et entreposage * * *
Procédures de manutention
Évitez de respirer les vapeurs des matières chauffées. Éviter le contact avec les yeux, la peau et les vêtements.
Eviter l'ingestion. Ne pas manger, ne pas boire et ne pas fumer pendant l'utilisation. Laver soigneusement les
zones exposées avec du savon et de l'eau, ou utiliser un nettoyant à mains sans eau, après contact avec la peau
et avant de manger, de boire, de produits du tabac, ou des toilettes. Utilisez la cràme protectrice de peau sur la
peau exposée avant et pendant le poste de travail. Pour réduire la sensibilité au soleil, un écran solaire (FPS +15)
peut aussi être appliqué avant l'application d'une crème protectrice. Enlevez et blanchissez les vêtements
contaminés séparément des autres vêtements au lavage avant de les remettre.
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Procédures d'entreposage
Entreposer et manutentionner conformément aux règlements et aux normes en vigueur. Aviser la Commission
d'intervention d'urgence de l'État pour l'entreposage ou l'utilisation de quantités supérieures ou égales à la limite
TPQ (EPA SARA Section 302 (É.-U.)). SARA Section 303 exige que les installations de stockage d'un matériau
avec un TPQ de participer à la planification d'intervention d'urgence local (aux États-Unis EPA 40 CFR Part B
355). Étiqueter tous les récipients. Ce matériau doit être conservé au sec. Tenir à l'abri des dégradations. Tenir à
l'écart des substances incompatibles.
* * * Section 8 - EXPOSITION CONTRÔLES / PROTECTION PERSONNEL * * *
Directives relative à l'exposition
La créosote est un mélange complexe de composition variable et même si aucun seuil d'odeur n'a été établi, des
travaux effectués à l'Université de la Californie ont mesuré les seuils d'odeur pour l'un des composants les plus
volatils en créosote et a déterminé que le seuil de l'odeur impliqué est dans l'étendue de partie par 10(9) et bien
inférieur aux limites d'exposition applicables. En se basant sur ces données, la perception de l'odeur de la
créosote seule ne devrait pas être comprise comme une indication de l'exposition excessive des limites
d'exposition acceptées.
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Limites d'exposition des ingrédients
Créosote (8001-58-9)
OSHA (US) :
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
0.2 mg/m3 TWA (benzene soluble fraction, liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à haute
température)
0.2 mg/m3 TWA (as soluble aérosol benzène , liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à
haute température)
0.1 mg/m3 TWA (fraction cyclohexane-extractible, liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à
haute température)
0.002 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT; 0.02 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT (as hydrocarbones
aromatiques polycycliques particulaires, liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à haute
température)
0.015 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 0.03 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT] (liés à la Brai de goudron
de houille à haute température)
2-méthylnaphtalène (91-57-6)
ACGIH:
0.5 ppm TWA
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
OSHA (US) :
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
10 ppm TWA; 50 mg/m3 TWA
10 ppm TWA
15 ppm STEL
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
10 ppm TWA; 50 mg/m3 TWA
15 ppm STEL; 75 mg/m3 STEL
10 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 50 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
15 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 75 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
1-méthylnaphtalène (90-12-0)
ACGIH:
0.5 ppm TWA
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
biphényle (92-52-4)
OSHA (US) :
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
0.2 ppm TWA; 1 mg/m3 TWA
0.2 ppm TWA
0.2 ppm TWA; 1 mg/m3 TWA
0.2 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 1.5 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
0.6 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 4 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
quinoléine (91-22-5)
AIHA:
0.001 ppm TWA
skin notation
chrysène (218-01-9)
OSHA (US) :
0.2 mg/m3 TWA
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
OSHA (US) :
0.2 mg/m3 TWA
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
20 mg/m3 TWA (fraction et vapeur inhalables)
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
2.3 ppm TWA; 10 mg/m3 TWA
indène (95-13-6)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
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10 ppm TWA; 45 mg/m3 TWA
10 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 45 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
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15 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 70 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
1,2,3-triméthylbenzène (526-73-8)
NIOSH:
25 ppm TWA; 125 mg/m3 TWA
mésitylène (108-67-8)
NIOSH:
25 ppm TWA; 125 mg/m3 TWA
m-crésol (108-39-4)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
20 mg/m3 TWA (fraction et vapeur inhalables)
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
2.3 ppm TWA; 10 mg/m3 TWA
o-xylène (95-47-6)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
100 ppm TWA
150 ppm STEL
100 ppm TWA; 435 mg/m3 TWA
150 ppm STEL; 655 mg/m3 STEL
100 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 435 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
150 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 655 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
20 mg/m3 TWA (fraction et vapeur inhalables)
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
2.3 ppm TWA; 10 mg/m3 TWA
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
100 ppm TWA
150 ppm STEL
100 ppm TWA; 435 mg/m3 TWA
150 ppm STEL; 655 mg/m3 STEL
100 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 435 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
150 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 655 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
100 ppm TWA
150 ppm STEL
100 ppm TWA; 435 mg/m3 TWA
150 ppm STEL; 655 mg/m3 STEL
100 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 435 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
150 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 655 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
OSHA (US) :
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
Mexico :
5 ppm TWA; 19 mg/m3 TWA
prevent or reduce skin absorption
5 ppm TWA
Skin - potential significant contribution to overall exposure by the cutaneous route
5 ppm TWA; 19 mg/m3 TWA
15.6 ppm Plafond (15 min); 60 mg/m3 Plafond (15 min)
Potential for dermal absorption
5 ppm TWA LMPE-PPT; 19 mg/m3 TWA LMPE-PPT
10 ppm STEL [LMPE-CT]; 38 mg/m3 STEL [LMPE-CT]
Peau – susceptible d’absorption cutanée
La ventilation
Assurez une ventilation adéquate. Se conformer aux limites d'exposition en vigueur. Reportez-vous à l'étiquette
du produit pour plus de détails.
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ÉQUIPEMENT DE PROTECTION INDIVIDUELLE
Yeux / Visage
Porter des lunettes de sécurité antiéclaboussures et un masque facial. Fournir une douche oculaire et une
douche d'urgence dans les lieux de travail.
Vêtements Protectifs
Porter une combinaison jetable ou une chemise à manches longues et des pantalons. Porter des bas en plus des
bottes de sécurité de qualité industrielle disposant de semelles résistantes aux produits chimiques. Les
personnes qui entrent cylindres de traitement sous pression et autres équipements connexes qui sont contaminés
à la formulation de traitement du bois doivent porter des vêtements de protection (y compris les salopettes,
vestes, gants et bottes) imperméable aux formulations de traitement du bois et un respirateur. Les vêtements
protecteurs doivent être changés lorsqu'ils démontrent des signes de contamination. Enlevez et blanchissez les
vêtements contaminés séparément des autres vêtements au lavage avant de les remettre.
Gants Recommandations
Les personnes doivent porter des gants imperméables aux formules de traitement du bois dans toutes les
situations où un contact dermique avec la créosote est prévu.
Types de matériaux de protection
Des exemples de matériaux imperméables pour les vêtements protecteurs (ex. salopettes, vestes, gants et
bottes) exigés pendant l'application et la manipulation de la créosote sont l'acétate de polyvinyle (PVA), le
polychlorure de vinyle (PVC), le néoprène et le nitrile (Buna-N).
Protection Respiratoire
Si les valeurs limites d'exposition applicables et/ou PELs sont dépassées, utiliser des respirateurs de boîtes de
rangement ou de la cartouche, qui sont MSHA/NIOSH-approuvé, avec cartouches contre les vapeurs organiques.
Les personnes qui ouvrent les portes manuellement bouteilles doivent porter des gants et un masque respiratoire.
'' Respirateur'' signifie bien ajusté, bien entretenu, demi-masque à cartouche filtrante ou un appareil respiratoire
cartouches qui sont MSHA / NIOSH-approuvé pour les aromatiques polycycliques et les vapeurs organiques.
* * * Section 9 - PROPRIÉTÉS PHYSIQUE ET CHIMIQUE * * *
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Etat physique:
Couleur:
liquide
brun au noir
Odeur:
Point de congélation/fusion:
Point d'éclair:
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
289.9 °F
Taux d'évaporation:
Pas disponible
Limite inférieure
d’explosivité:
Tension de vapeur:
Densité (Eau=1):
log Kow:
Pas disponible
Température d'AutoInflammation:
Volatilité :
Pas disponible
0.021-0.168
1.072 @ 60 °F
Pas disponible
Nº de FS: 00227842
Apparence:
Forme Physique:
pH:
Point d'ébullition:
Température de
décomposition:
Classe d'Inflammabilité
OSHA.:
Limite supérieure
d’explosivité:
Densité de la vapeur:
Solubilité d’Eau:
Coefficient de répartition
eau/huile:
Viscosité:
orange brun semi-liquide
semi-liquide à température
ambiante
Pas disponible
315-862 °F
Pas disponible
IIIB
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
Pas disponible
* * * Section 10 – STABILITÉ ET RÉACTIVITÉ * * *
Stabilité chimique
Stable à des températures et des pressions normales.
Conditions à Éviter
Éviter la chaleur, les flammes, les étincelles et les autres sources d'inflammation. Les contenants risquent
d'éclater ou d'exploser si exposés à la chaleur. Ne pas déverser dans le système d'approvisionnement en eau et
les égouts.
Substances à éviter (Incompatibilités)
matières oxydantes
Décomposition Produits
monoxyde de carbone, dioxyde de carbone, oxydes d'azote, hydrocarbures aromatiques polynucléiques
Possibilité de Réactions Dangereuses
Ne se polymérisera pas.
* * * Section 11 - Propriétés toxicologiques * * *
Information sur l’irritation/les effets corrosifs
0,5 ml/4 heure(s) peau-lapin doux (Draize Score-1.8/8.0); 0,1 ml yeux-lapin doux (Draize Score-7.0/110.0)
Irritation RTECS
Les composants de ce matériel ont été révisés, et RTECS publie les suivants points finals :
2-méthylnaphtalène (91-57-6)
0.05 mL/24 hour Skin Rabbit severe
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
495 mg/open Skin Rabbit mild; 0.05 mL/24 hour Skin Rabbit severe
Pyrène (129-00-0)
500 mg/24 hour Skin Rabbit mild
1-méthylnaphtalène (90-12-0)
0.05 mL/24 hour Skin Rabbit moderate
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anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
118 ug Skin Mouse mild
biphényle (92-52-4)
100 mg Eyes Rabbit mild; 500 uL/24 hour Skin Rabbit severe
quinoléine (91-22-5)
100 mg/24 hour Skin Rabbit moderate
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
14 ug Skin Mouse mild
isoquinoléine (119-65-3)
20 mg/24 hour Skin Rabbit moderate
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
500 mg/24 hour Skin Rabbit moderate
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Effets Locales
Créosote (8001-58-9)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
Irritant:
peau, oeil
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
Irritant:
peau, oeil
biphényle (92-52-4)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
quinoléine (91-22-5)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
acénaphtylène (208-96-8)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
isoquinoléine (119-65-3)
Irritant:
peau, oeil
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène (205-99-2)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
Irritant:
peau, oeil
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
indène (95-13-6)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
Benzo(k)fluoranthène (207-08-9)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal (7704-34-9)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
mésitylène (108-67-8)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
m-crésol (108-39-4)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
o-xylène (95-47-6)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
Irritant:
Corrosif:
inhalation
peau, oeil
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
Irritant:
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m-Xylène (108-38-3)
Irritant:
inhalation, peau, oeil
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
Corrosif:
inhalation, peau, oeil, ingestion
Toxicité aiguë et chronique
>5,0 mg/L/4 heure(s) par inhalation chez le rat-CL50; >2000 mg / kg peau-lapin LD50; 2197 mg/kg par voie orale,
rat DL50-
Analyse des ingrédients - DL50/CL50
Les composants de ce matériel ont été révisés dans des sources variés et les suivants points finals sélectionnés
sont publiés:
Créosote (8001-58-9)
LD50 Oral rat 2524 mg/kg
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
LD50 Oral rat 10000 mg/kg
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
Dermique LD50 lapin >20 g/kg; Inhalation CL50: rat >340 mg/m3 1 h
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
LD50 Oral rat >16000 mg/kg; Dermique LD50 rat >1320 mg/kg
biphényle (92-52-4)
LD50 Oral souris 1900 mg/kg; Inhalation CL50: souris >0.275 mg/L 4 h
quinoléine (91-22-5)
LD50 Oral rat 270 mg/kg; Dermique LD50 lapin 540 µL/kg
CARBAZOLE (86-74-8)
LD50 Oral rat >5000 mg/kg
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
Dermique LD50 lapin 1250 mg/kg; LD50 Oral rat 690 mg/kg
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
LD50 Oral rat 121 mg/kg; Dermique LD50 lapin 890 mg/kg; Inhalation CL50: rat >1220 mg/m3 1 h
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal (7704-34-9)
Inhalation CL50: rat >9.23 mg/L 4 h; LD50 Oral rat >3000 mg/kg; Dermique LD50 lapin >2000 mg/kg
mésitylène (108-67-8)
Inhalation CL50: rat 24 g/m3 4 h
m-crésol (108-39-4)
Dermique LD50 lapin 1860 mg/kg; LD50 Oral rat 242 mg/kg; Inhalation CL50: rat >710 mg/m3 1 h
o-xylène (95-47-6)
Inhalation CL50: rat 2180 ppm 4 h; LD50 Oral rat 3609 mg/kg
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
Dermique LD50 lapin 130 mg/kg; LD50 Oral rat 207 mg/kg; Inhalation CL50: rat >710 mg/m3 1 h
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
LD50 Oral rat >3392 mg/kg; Inhalation CL50: rat 4550 ppm 4 h
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
LD50 Oral rat 5000 mg/kg
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
Dermique LD50 lapin 630 mg/kg
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RTECS Toxicité Aiguë (sélectionné)
Les composants de ce matériel ont été révisés, et RTECS publie les suivants points finals :
Créosote (8001-58-9)
Oral:
725 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
Oral:
1.8 gm/kg voie orale rat LD50
2-méthylnaphtalène (91-57-6)
Oral:
1630 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
Oral:
Peau :
2 gm/kg voie orale rat LD50
3180 mg/kg peau lapin LD50
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
Oral:
Peau :
490 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
>20 gm/kg peau lapin LD50
Pyrène (129-00-0)
INHALATION:
Oral:
170 mg/m3 inhalation rat LC50; 170 mg/m3 inhalation rat LC50
2700 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50; 2.7 gm/kg voie orale rat LD50
1-méthylnaphtalène (90-12-0)
Oral:
1840 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
Oral:
4900 mg/kg voie orale souris LD50
biphényle (92-52-4)
Oral:
Peau :
2400 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50; 2140 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
>5010 mg/kg peau lapin LD50; >5010 mg/kg peau lapin LD50
quinoléine (91-22-5)
Oral:
Peau :
331 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
540 uL/kg peau lapin LD50
acénaphtylène (208-96-8)
Oral:
1760 mg/kg voie orale souris LD50
dibenzothiophène (132-65-0)
Oral:
470 mg/kg voie orale souris LD50
isoquinoléine (119-65-3)
Oral:
Peau :
360 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
590 uL/kg peau lapin LD50
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
INHALATION:
Oral:
Peau :
1800 mg/m3 inhalation souris LC50
800 mg/kg voie orale chat LD50; 971 mg/kg voie orale souris LD50
1250 mg/kg peau lapin LD50
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
INHALATION:
Oral:
Peau :
29 mg/m3 inhalation rat LC50
1350 mg/kg voie orale rat LD50
890 mg/kg peau lapin LD50; 890 mg/kg peau lapin LD50
indène (95-13-6)
INHALATION:
14 gm/m3 inhalation rat LC50; 14000 mg/m3/4 hour inhalation rat LC50
Niveau de Toxicité Aiguë
phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
Modérément Toxique:
ingestion
2-méthylnaphtalène (91-57-6)
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ingestion
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
Modérément Toxique:
ingestion
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
Toxique:
ingestion
Modérément Toxique:
ingestion
Pyrène (129-00-0)
1-méthylnaphtalène (90-12-0)
Modérément Toxique:
ingestion
quinoléine (91-22-5)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
dibenzothiophène (132-65-0)
Toxique:
ingestion
isoquinoléine (119-65-3)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
Modérément Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée
Toxique:
inhalation
indène (95-13-6)
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal (7704-34-9)
Extrêmement Toxique:
inhalation
mésitylène (108-67-8)
Modérément Toxique:
inhalation, ingestion
m-crésol (108-39-4)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
Modérément Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
Modérément Toxique:
ingestion
4-éthyltoluène (622-96-8)
Modérément Toxique:
inhalation, ingestion
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
Toxique:
absorption cutanée, ingestion
Cancérogénicité (produit)
OSHA: Non NTP: Non CIRC: Oui (Voir ci-dessous pour des renseignements supplémentaires sur l'état
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Cancérogénicité des ingrédients
Créosote (8001-58-9)
ACGIH:
NIOSH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A1 - Confirmé Carcinogène Humain (liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à haute température)
cancérogène possible en milieu de travail
Cancérogène connu pour les humains (cancérogène désigné, liés à la Brai de goudron de
houille à haute température)
Monographie 100F [2012]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 35 [1985] (Groupe 1
(carcinogène aux humains), liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à haute température)
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole (194-59-2)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 103 [en préparation]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
2-méthylnaphtalène (91-57-6)
ACGIH:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
ACGIH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 82 [2002] (Groupe 2B (possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
fluorène (86-73-7)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
Pyrène (129-00-0)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
1-méthylnaphtalène (90-12-0)
ACGIH:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
NTP:
CIRC:
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Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
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CARBAZOLE (86-74-8)
CIRC:
Monographie 103 [en préparation]; Monographie 71 [1999]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie
32 [1983] (Groupe 2B (possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
chrysène (218-01-9)
ACGIH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A3 - Confirmé Carcinogène Humain avec Prévalence Inconnu aux Humains
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
ACGIH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A2 - Soupçonné Carcinogène Humain
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
benzo[e]pyrène (192-97-2)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
ACGIH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A2 - Soupçonné Carcinogène Humain
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 100F [2012]; Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32
[1983] (l’évaluation globale a fait surclasser de 2B à 1 sur base de données mécanistiques et
d’autres données pertinentes) (Groupe 1 (carcinogène aux humains))
acénaphtylène (208-96-8)
NTP:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
benzo[a]fluorène (238-84-6)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
benzo[b]fluorene (243-17-4)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
dibenzothiophène (132-65-0)
CIRC:
Monographie 103 [en préparation] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène (193-39-5)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
triphénylène (217-59-4)
NTP:
CIRC:
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Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
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Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (l’évaluation globale a fait
surclasser de 2B à2A avec preuves à l’appui d’autres données pertinentes) (Groupe 2A
(probablement carcinogène aux humains))
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène (205-99-2)
ACGIH:
NTP:
CIRC:
A2 - Soupçonné Carcinogène Humain
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
ACGIH:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Benzo(ghi)perylène (191-24-2)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas
classifié))
indène (95-13-6)
NTP:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
5-Méthylchrysène (3697-24-3)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
NTP:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select, liés à la
Les Hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques)
Benzo(k)fluoranthène (207-08-9)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
Benzo(j)fluoranthène (205-82-3)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 92 [2010]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
benzofuranne (271-89-6)
CIRC:
Monographie 63 [1995] (Groupe 2B (possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
DIBENZ(A,H)ACRIDINE (226-36-8)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 103 [en préparation]; Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983] (Groupe 2B
(possiblement carcinogène aux humains))
DIBENZ(A,J)ACRIDINE (224-42-0)
NTP:
CIRC:
Raisonnablement espéré d’être un Carcinogène Humain (Cancérigène possible Select)
Monographie 103 [en préparation] (L'évaluation globale mise à niveau vers le groupe 2A avec
preuves à l'appui d'autres données pertinentes); Supplément 7 [1987]; Monographie 32 [1983]
(Groupe 2A (probablement carcinogène aux humains))
m-crésol (108-39-4)
ACGIH:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
o-xylène (95-47-6)
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A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Monographie 71 [1999] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
ACGIH:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
ACGIH:
CIRC:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Monographie 71 [1999] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
ACGIH:
CIRC:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Monographie 71 [1999] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
ACGIH:
CIRC:
A4 - N’est pas Classifier comme un Carcinogène Humain
Monographie 71 [1999]; Monographie 47 [1989] (Groupe 3 (n’est pas classifié))
RTECS Tumorigène
Les composants de ce matériel ont été révisés, et RTECS publie les données pour un ou plus d’un composant.
Données Mutagène (Produit)
Ne présentent pas un effet létal dominant dans les essais sur des rats mâles administrés par voie orale à la dose
maximale de 725 mg/kg pendant 5 jours et est considéré comme négatif pour l'induction d'un effet de la mutation
des cellules germinales.
RTECS Mutagène
Les composants de ce matériel ont été révisés, et RTECS publie les données pour un ou plus d’un composant.
Effets sur la Reproduction (Produit)
Le non observables effet nocif (DSEIO), dans une étude sur deux générations toxicité pour la reproduction des
rats, était inférieur à 25 mg /kg/jour. Dans les études toxicologiques sur le développement des rats et des lapins il
n'y avait pas d'effets défavorables pour l'embryon ou du foetus à des doses inférieures à celles qui ont eu des
effets maternels. La créosote ne produisent pas sélective de la reproduction ou la toxicité de fécondité d'une
étude animale. Ce produit n’est pas classé comme une substance toxique pour l’appareil reproductif.
Effets Reproductive RTECS
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Organes touchés (produit)
poumons, le cœur, thyroïde, muqueuse nasale
Organes touchés (composants)
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
sang, système immunitaire (sensibilisateur)
biphényle (92-52-4)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur), système nerveux, foie
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur)
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène (205-99-2)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur)
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur), système nerveux central
1,2,3-triméthylbenzène (526-73-8)
système nerveux central
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Benzo(k)fluoranthène (207-08-9)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur)
mésitylène (108-67-8)
système nerveux central
m-crésol (108-39-4)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur), système nerveux central
o-xylène (95-47-6)
système nerveux central
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
système immunitaire (sensibilisateur), système nerveux central
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
système nerveux central
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
système nerveux central
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
système nerveux central
Troubles médicaux aggravés par l’exposition selon l’information disponible sur le produit et
ses composants
troubles cutanés et allergies, troubles métaboliques, troubles du système nerveux central, troubles rénaux,
troubles du foie, troubles respiratoires
Information supplémentaire (produit)
Ce produit est la créosote de goudron de houille. Volume 35 de la monographie du CIRC déclare qu'il ya peu de
preuves que les créosotes de goudron de houille dérivés sont cancérogènes chez l'homme et des preuves
suffisantes de la cancérogénicité de la créosote dans les animaux de laboratoire (Groupe 2A). L'évaluation du
CIRC sur les effets de la créosote de goudron de houille dans les êtres humains est basée sur d'anciennes
études professionnelles dans la préservation du bois et de la construction. Lorsqu'il est appliqué à la peau de
souris dans les études expérimentales, la créosote produit des tumeurs de la peau et dans une étude des
tumeurs du poumon.
Aujourd'hui, avec l'utilisation de contrôles techniques et équipements de protection individuelle, l'exposition
professionnelle à la créosote composants devrait être en dessous des limites admissibles d'exposition (mesurée
en CTPVs). Récemment, la plus grande étude des effets de santé à ce jour des travailleurs employés dans les
usines de traitement du bois de créosote (2,179 employés à onze usines de 1979-2001) menée par le Dr Otto
Wong, n'a trouvé aucune preuve à l'appui d'un risque accru de décès par cancer à la suite de l'exposition à la
créosote.
La DSENO pour le rat dans une étude de 13 semaines subchronique par inhalation était de 5,4 mg/m3. La
DSENO pour les rats femelles dans un étude de 90 jours par voie cutanée subchronique était supérieure à 400
mg / mg, et la NOAEL chez les rats mâles était de 40 mg / kg.
Basé sur des tests Buehler sensibilisation cutanée, la créosote n'est pas considéré comme un agent sensibilisant
cutané. En plus de contenir des informations sur le produit dans son ensemble, cette fiche de données contient
également des informations sur les composants individuels du produit. Information de cette nature peut-être pas
été tirées des études ou des données relatives à ce produit et/ou peuvent avoir été tirées d'études ou de données
qui ne comportent pas de l'exposition humaine et l'exposition des animaux impliqués seulement.
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Information supplémentaire basée sur les données des composants
Peut traverser le placenta. Un effet néoplasique a été signalé chez des souris avec injection sous-cutanée de 46
mg/kg de diphényle. Certains hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques (HAP), présents dans les substances de
goudron de houille complexes, ont été rapportés pour causer le cancer du poumon et la peau chez les humains
dans des conditions de mauvaise hygiène personnelle, prolongée/répétée de contact, et l'exposition à la lumière
du soleil. Le National Toxicology Program (NTP) et le CIRC ont classé indépendamment composés de HAP
présents dans diverses substances de goudron de houille comme raisonnablement prévisibles d'être
cancérogènes pour l'homme (NTP), probablement cancérogène pour les humains (groupe 2A du CIRC), peut-être
cancérogène pour l'homme (CIRC Groupe 2B) , et non classifiable quant à sa cancérogénicité pour l'homme
(CIRC Groupe 3). Les cancers signalés dans les études sur lesquelles le CIRC a fondé ses conclusions en cause
des cancers du poumon, peau, foie, l'estomac, des reins et du sang chez les animaux. Sur la base des résultats
de l'expérimentation animale HAP peut causer des blessures au foie, les reins, les poumons, le sang et les
systèmes lymphatiques. Certains de HAP ont également été associé à la fertilité, des altérations génétiques
héréditaires et des anomalies congénitales chez les souris.
* * * Section 12 - Données écologiques * * *
Ecotoxicité
Toxique pour les organismes aquatiques.
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Composant Analyse - Toxicité Aquatique
Créosote (8001-58-9)
Poisson:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Brachydanio rerio: 2.6 - 6.6 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus
mykiss: 0.57 mg/L [statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 1.04 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 0.065 - 0.082
mg/L [statique]
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 0.509 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Oncorhynchus mykiss: 0.6 - 0.75 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis
macrochirus: 1.3 - 2.1 mg/L [statique]
96 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 0.23 - 1.15 mg/L
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 41 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 3.45 mg/L; 48 Hr
EC50 Daphnia magna: 1.102 - 1.475 mg/L [statique]
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 5.74 - 6.44 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Oncorhynchus mykiss: 1.6 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss:
0.91 - 2.82 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 1.99 mg/L [statique]; 96
Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 31.0265 mg/L [statique]
72 Hr EC50 Skeletonema costatum: 0.4 mg/L
48 Hr LC50 Daphnia magna: 2.16 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 1.96 mg/L [Flux
continu ]; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 1.09 - 3.4 mg/L [statique]
Pyrène (129-00-0)
Invertébré:
48 Hr EC50 water flea: 1.8 mg/L
dibenzofuranne (132-64-9)
Poisson:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 0.84 - 1.31 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Pimephales promelas: 1.04 - 1.25 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 1 3.2 mg/L [statique]
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 0 - 0.00318 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Lepomis macrochirus: 0.00278 mg/L [statique]
22 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 0.0039 - 0.0374 mg/L
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 0.081 - 0.112 mg/L
biphényle (92-52-4)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 1.65 - 2.29 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Pimephales promelas: 1.17 - 1.81 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus:
4.3 - 5.1 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 1.4 - 1.6 mg/L [statique]
3 Hr EC50 Chlamydomonas angulosa: 1.28 mg/L
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 0.63 - 0.85 mg/L [statique] (<24 hours old)
quinoléine (91-22-5)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 77.8 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Pimephales
promelas: 46 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 40 mg/L [statique]
4 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 51 mg/L; 72 Hr EC50 Desmodesmus
subspicatus: 84 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr EC50 Desmodesmus subspicatus: 90 mg/L
[statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 28.5 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 45.9 - 57.3 mg/L
[statique]
CARBAZOLE (86-74-8)
Poisson:
Algues:
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48 Hr LC50 Mugil cephalus: 1 mg/L [statique]
60 Hr EC50 Tetrahymena pyriformis: 6.7 mg/L
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chrysène (218-01-9)
Invertébré:
2 Hr EC50 water flea: 1.9 mg/L
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Daphnia magna: 0.01 mg/L [statique]; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 0.0042
mg/L
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 78 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis
macrochirus: 78 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 400 mg/L [statique]; 96
Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 64 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Brachydanio rerio: 130 mg/L
6 Hr EC50 Chlorella vulgaris: 231 mg/L
24 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 122 mg/L
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 9.72 - 15.92 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Brachydanio rerio: 24 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 11.5 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50
Lepomis macrochirus: 18.37 - 24.21 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss:
8.4 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 14.07 - 23.61 mg/L [statique]
96 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 65 mg/L
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 9.5 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 15.8 mg/L
[statique]
benzofuranne (271-89-6)
Poisson:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 11.2 - 17.5 mg/L [coule à travers]
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal (7704-34-9)
Poisson:
96 Hr LC50 Brachydanio rerio: 866 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus:
<14 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: >180 mg/L [statique]
mésitylène (108-67-8)
Poisson:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 3.48 mg/L
24 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 50 mg/L
m-crésol (108-39-4)
Poisson:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 55.9 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Oncorhynchus mykiss: 8.9 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 23.12
mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50 Brachydanio rerio: 15.9 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50
Lepomis macrochirus: 10 - 13.6 mg/L
48 Hr LC50 Daphnia magna: 18.8 mg/L
o-xylène (95-47-6)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 11.6 - 22.4 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Lepomis macrochirus: 11.6 - 22.4 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus
mykiss: 5.59 - 11.6 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 12 mg/L
192 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 4.2 mg/L; 72 Hr EC50
Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 4.7 mg/L [statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 3.2 mg/L; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 2.61 - 5.59 mg/L
[Flux continu ]; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 0.78 - 2.51 mg/L [statique]
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
Poisson:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 15.4 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis
macrochirus: 6.3 - 9.6 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 4.1 - 9.6 mg/L
[coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 7.8 - 11 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96
Hr LC50 Oryzias latipes: 11.3 - 13.9 mg/L [coule à travers]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 1.77 - 3.17 mg/L
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
Poisson:
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Pimephales promelas: 19 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 7.5 mg/L
[coule à travers]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 21.1 mg/L
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 7.2 - 9.9 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus
mykiss: 2.6 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 2.6 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50
Poecilia reticulata: 8.8 mg/L [semi-statique ]
3 Hr EC50 Chlorella vulgaris: 105.1 mg/L; 72 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata:
3.2 mg/L [statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 3.55 - 6.31 mg/L [statique]
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 14.3 - 18 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Oncorhynchus mykiss: 8.4 mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 12.9
mg/L [semi-statique ]
72 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 4.9 mg/L [statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 2.81 - 5.0 mg/L [statique]
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
Poisson:
Algues:
Invertébré:
96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas: 11.9 - 50.5 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50
Pimephales promelas: 20.5 - 25.6 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Pimephales promelas:
32 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 5.449 - 6.789 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr
LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 7.5 - 14 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus
mykiss: 4.23 - 7.49 mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50 Oncorhynchus mykiss: 5.0 - 12.0
mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 13.5 mg/L [statique]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis
macrochirus: 11.9 - 25.3 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Lepomis macrochirus: 11.5
mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 34.09 - 47.64 mg/L [statique]; 96
Hr LC50 Poecilia reticulata: 31 mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50 Brachydanio rerio:
27.8 mg/L; 96 Hr LC50 Cyprinus carpio: 0.00175 mg/L [semi-statique ]; 96 Hr LC50
Oryzias latipes: 33.9 - 43.3 mg/L [coule à travers]; 96 Hr LC50 Oryzias latipes: 23.4 36.6 mg/L [statique]
96 Hr EC50 Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 46.42 mg/L; 96 Hr EC50
Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: 0.0188 - 0.1044 mg/L [statique]; 72 Hr EC50
Desmodesmus subspicatus: 187 - 279 mg/L [statique]
48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna: 4.24 - 10.7 mg/L [statique]; 48 Hr EC50 Daphnia magna:
10.2 - 15.5 mg/L
* * * Section 13 - Élimination des résidus * * *
Méthodes Traitement
Les déchets de pesticides sont toxiques. L'élimination inadéquate des résidus de pesticides ou de rinçage est une
violation de la loi fédérale. Si ces déchets ne peuvent être éliminés par l'utilisation selon les instructions,
contactez votre Etat Pesticides ou de l'Organisme de Contrôle de l'Environnement, ou le représentant de Déchets
Dangereux à l'Office régional de l'EPA le plus proche pour obtenir des conseils.
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Nombres Déchets Composants
Créosote (8001-58-9)
RCRA:
waste number U051
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
RCRA:
waste number U120
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
RCRA:
waste number U165
chrysène (218-01-9)
RCRA:
waste number U050
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
RCRA:
waste number U018
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
RCRA:
waste number U022
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène (193-39-5)
RCRA:
waste number U137
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
RCRA:
waste number U063
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
RCRA:
200.0 mg/L niveau réglementaire (la concentration totale Crésol)
3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
RCRA:
waste number U157
m-crésol (108-39-4)
RCRA:
200.0 mg/L niveau réglementaire (la concentration totale Crésol)
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
RCRA:
waste number U101
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
RCRA:
200.0 mg/L niveau réglementaire (la concentration totale Crésol)
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
RCRA:
waste number U188
* * * Section 14 - INFORMATION TRANSPORT * * *
Transport
Code de STCC: 2814125; HAZ STCC Code: 4963330
Information DOT (É.-U.)
Appellation réglementaire: Substance dangereuse pour l'environnement, liquide, n.s.a. (CONTIENT: Créosote),
RQ
UN/NA#: UN3082 Classe de risques: 9 Classe d'emballages: III
Étiquette(s) de transport requise(s): Class 9 - UN3082
Renseignements divers: ‘Des substances dangereuses pour l'environnement, liquide, n.s.a’ des s'applique pour
toutes les tailles de conteneurs.
Cette substance contient des quantités à déclarer (QD) de matières dangereuses.
Quantités à déclarer au ministère des Transports des É.-U. (DOT)
Créosote (8001-58-9)
1 lbs RQ; 0.454 kg RQ
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phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
5000 lbs RQ; 2270 kg RQ
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
dibenzofuranne (132-64-9)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
biphényle (92-52-4)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
chrysène (218-01-9)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
10 lbs RQ; 4.54 kg RQ
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
1 lbs RQ; 0.454 kg RQ
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
1 lbs RQ; 0.454 kg RQ
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène (205-99-2)
1 lbs RQ; 0.454 kg RQ
benzonitrile (100-47-0)
5000 lbs RQ; 2270 kg RQ
3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
10 lbs RQ; 4.54 kg RQ
m-crésol (108-39-4)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
100 lbs RQ; 45.4 kg RQ
Information TMD
Appellation réglementaire: Substance dangereuse pour l'environnement, liquide, n.s.a. (CONTIENT: Créosote)
UN #: UN3082 Classe de risques: 9 Classe d'emballages: III
Étiquette(s) de transport requise(s): Class 9 - UN3082
Information ICAO
Appellation réglementaire: Substance dangereuse pour l'environnement, liquide, n.s.a. (CONTIENT: Créosote)
UN #: UN3082 Classe de risques: 9 Classe d'emballages: III
Étiquette(s) de transport requise(s): 9 - Miscellaneous
Passagers ou de fret avion LTD QTY est de 30 kg G (instructions Pkg. Y964), de passagers ou cargo 450 L (964
instructions Pkg.), SP A97 & A158, ERG 9L
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Information IATA
Appellation réglementaire: Substance dangereuse pour l'environnement, liquide, n.s.a. (CONTIENT: Créosote)
UN #: UN3082 Classe de risques: 9 Classe d'emballages: III
Étiquette(s) de transport requise(s): 9 - Miscellaneous
Passagers ou de fret avion LTD QTY est de 30 kg G (instructions Pkg. Y964), de passagers ou cargo 450 L (964
instructions Pkg.), SP A97 & A158, ERG 9L
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* * * Section 15 - Données réglementaires * * *
Régulations Fédéral des États- Unis
Cette substance contient un ou plusieurs des produits chimiques suivants qui doivent être identifiés en vertu de
SARA Sections 302/304 (40 CFR 355 Annexe A), SARA Section 313 (40 CFR 372.65), TSCA 12(b) et/ou exigent
un plan de sécurité des procédés OSHA.
Créosote (8001-58-9)
SARA 313:
0.1 % de concentration à peine
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole (194-59-2)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
SARA 313:
1.0 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
SARA 313:
0.1 % de concentration à peine
Pyrène (129-00-0)
SARA 302:
SARA 304:
1000 lb lower TPQ; 10000 lb upper TPQ
5000 lb EPCRA RQ
dibenzofuranne (132-64-9)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
biphényle (92-52-4)
SARA 313:
TSCA 12 (b):
1.0 % de concentration à peine
SECTION 4, 0.1 % de minimus concentration
quinoléine (91-22-5)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
chrysène (218-01-9)
SARA 313:
1.0 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
Benzo(def)chrysène (50-32-8)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène (193-39-5)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène (205-99-2)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
O-CRESOL (95-48-7)
SARA 302:
SARA 304:
SARA 313:
1000 lb lower TPQ; 10000 lb upper TPQ
100 lb EPCRA RQ
1.0 % de concentration à peine
Benzo(ghi)perylène (191-24-2)
SARA 313:
1.0 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
5-Méthylchrysène (3697-24-3)
SARA 313:
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3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
SARA 313:
TSCA 12 (b):
1.0 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
SECTION 5, 1 % de minimus concentration
Benzo(k)fluoranthène (207-08-9)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
Benzo(j)fluoranthène (205-82-3)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
DIBENZ(A,H)ACRIDINE (226-36-8)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
DIBENZ(A,J)ACRIDINE (224-42-0)
SARA 313:
0.1 % Notification de Limite au Fournisseur
m-crésol (108-39-4)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
o-xylène (95-47-6)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
2,4-xylénol (105-67-9)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
P-CRESOL (106-44-5)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
p-Xylène (106-42-3)
SARA 313:
TSCA 12 (b):
1.0 % de concentration à peine
SECTION 4, 1 % de minimus concentration
m-Xylène (108-38-3)
SARA 313:
1.0 % de concentration à peine
phénol, pur (108-95-2)
SARA 302:
SARA 304:
SARA 313:
500 lb lower TPQ; 10000 lb upper TPQ
1000 lb EPCRA RQ
1.0 % de concentration à peine
SARA 311/312 Catégories dangereux (40 CFR 370 sous-parties B et C)
Danger aigu pour la sant: Oui Santé Chronique: Oui Incendie: Non Pression: Non Réactif: Non
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Régulations de l’État des États-Unis
Les composants suivants paraissent sur une ou plus d’une des listes suivantes de dangereuses substances de
l’état :
composant
Créosote (¹ Creosotes)
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole
phénanthrène, pur (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
2-méthylnaphtalène
acénaphtène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Fluoranthène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
naphtalène, pur
fluorène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Pyrène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
dibenzofuranne
1-méthylnaphtalène
anthracène, pur (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
biphényle
quinoléine
CARBAZOLE
chrysène
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE
benzo[e]pyrène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Benzo(def)chrysène
acénaphtylène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
benzo[a]fluorène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
benzo[b]fluorene (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène
triphénylène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène
benzonitrile
O-CRESOL
Benzo(ghi)perylène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
indène
5-Méthylchrysène
3-méthylcholanthrène (¹ Aromatic hydrocarbons, polycyclic)
Benzo(k)fluoranthène
Benzo(j)fluoranthène
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal
DIBENZ(A,H)ACRIDINE
mésitylène
DIBENZ(A,J)ACRIDINE
m-crésol
o-xylène
2,4-xylénol
P-CRESOL
p-Xylène
m-Xylène
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Nº CAS
8001-58-9
194-59-2
85-01-8
91-57-6
83-32-9
206-44-0
91-20-3
86-73-7
129-00-0
132-64-9
90-12-0
120-12-7
92-52-4
91-22-5
86-74-8
218-01-9
56-55-3
192-97-2
50-32-8
208-96-8
238-84-6
243-17-4
193-39-5
217-59-4
53-70-3
205-99-2
100-47-0
95-48-7
191-24-2
95-13-6
3697-24-3
56-49-5
207-08-9
205-82-3
7704-34-9
226-36-8
108-67-8
224-42-0
108-39-4
95-47-6
105-67-9
106-44-5
106-42-3
108-38-3
CA
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Non
Non
Non
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
MA
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
MN
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Non
Oui
Non
Non
Non
Non
Non
Non
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Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Pa
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
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phénol, pur
108-95-2
Nº de FS: 00227842
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Les suivantes déclaration(s) sont fournis sous la Loi de la Californie sur la Sécurité de l’Eau Potable et Droit
Toxique de 1986 (Proposition 65):
AVERTISSEMENT! Ce produit contient une substance chimique identifiée par l'État de Californie comme étant
cancérogène
Règlements Canadiens
Classification SIMDUT
D2A.
Liste de divulgation des ingrédients du SIMDUT
The following components are identified under the Canadian Hazardous Products Act Ingredient Disclosure List:
Créosote (8001-58-9)
0.1 % (liés à la Brai de goudron de houille à haute température)
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole (194-59-2)
0.1 %
phénanthrène, pur (85-01-8)
1%
acénaphtène (83-32-9)
1%
Fluoranthène (206-44-0)
1%
naphtalène, pur (91-20-3)
1%
Pyrène (129-00-0)
1%
anthracène, pur (120-12-7)
1%
biphényle (92-52-4)
1%
quinoléine (91-22-5)
1%
chrysène (218-01-9)
0.1 %
2,3-dihydro-1H-indène (496-11-7)
1%
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE (56-55-3)
0.1 %
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène (193-39-5)
0.1 %
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène (53-70-3)
0.1 %
3-méthylcholanthrène (56-49-5)
0.1 %
Données de l’inventaire du Canada (produit)
Tous les composants de cette substance sont répertoriés ou sont dispensés de l'inventaire.
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Données de l’inventaire des É-.U. (TSCA) (produit)
Ce produit est exempt.
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État de l’inventaire (composants)
Renseignements relatifs aux différents ingrédients - Inventaires
composant
Créosote
7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole
phénanthrène, pur
2-méthylnaphtalène
acénaphtène
Fluoranthène
naphtalène, pur
fluorène
Pyrène
dibenzofuranne
1-méthylnaphtalène
anthracène, pur
biphényle
quinoléine
CARBAZOLE
chrysène
2,3-dihydro-1H-indène
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE
benzo[e]pyrène
Benzo(def)chrysène
acénaphtylène
benzo[a]fluorène
benzo[b]fluorene
dibenzothiophène
Indéno(1,2,3-cd)pyrène
triphénylène
isoquinoléine
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracène
Benzo(e)acephénanthrylène
benzonitrile
O-CRESOL
Benzo(ghi)perylène
benzo[b]thiophène
indène
5-Méthylchrysène
3-méthylcholanthrène
1,2,3-triméthylbenzène
Benzo(k)fluoranthène
Benzo(j)fluoranthène
benzofuranne
soufre, precipite, sublime ou colloidal
DIBENZ(A,H)ACRIDINE
mésitylène
DIBENZ(A,J)ACRIDINE
m-crésol
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Nº CAS
8001-58-9
194-59-2
85-01-8
91-57-6
83-32-9
206-44-0
91-20-3
86-73-7
129-00-0
132-64-9
90-12-0
120-12-7
92-52-4
91-22-5
86-74-8
218-01-9
496-11-7
56-55-3
192-97-2
50-32-8
208-96-8
238-84-6
243-17-4
132-65-0
193-39-5
217-59-4
119-65-3
53-70-3
205-99-2
100-47-0
95-48-7
191-24-2
95-15-8
95-13-6
3697-24-3
56-49-5
526-73-8
207-08-9
205-82-3
271-89-6
7704-34-9
226-36-8
108-67-8
224-42-0
108-39-4
EU
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Non
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Non
Oui
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DSL
Non
DSL
DSL
DSL
NSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
NSL
NSL
Non
DSL
NSL
Non
Non
DSL
NSL
Non
DSL
NSL
Non
DSL
DSL
Non
NSL
DSL
Non
DSL
DSL
Non
Non
DSL
DSL
Non
DSL
Non
DSL
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o-xylène
2,4-xylénol
P-CRESOL
p-Xylène
m-Xylène
3-éthyltoluène
4-éthyltoluène
phénol, pur
Nº de FS: 00227842
95-47-6
105-67-9
106-44-5
106-42-3
108-38-3
620-14-4
622-96-8
108-95-2
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Oui
Non
Oui
Oui
DSL
NSL
DSL
DSL
DSL
Non
NSL
DSL
* * * Section 16 - Renseignements divers * * *
Information supplémentaire
Créosote (P1/P13) est enregistrée uniquement pour le traitement sous pression du bois. Les traiteur du bois ne
doit pas sciemment la pression traiter les produits en bois qui ne sont pas englobés par la table catégorie
d'utilisation suivant, qui fournit des exemples de l'American Wood Protection Association (AWPA) Système
Catégorie d'Utilisation, tel qu'énoncé dans l'édition la plus récente du Livre AWPA des normes .
Résumé des Modifications
Mise à jour: 3/14/2013
SOMMAIRE DES MODIFICATIONS APPORTÉES AUX FICHES SIGNALÉTIQUES
SECTION 8 CONTRÔLE DE L'EXPOSITION DE PROTECTION PERSONNELLE
SECTION 11 RENSEIGNEMENTS TOXICOLOGIQUES
SECTION 14 INFORMATIONS RELATIVES AU TRANSPORT
date de révision
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Clé / Légende
ACGIH - American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (Conférence américaine des hygiénistes
industriels gouvernementaux); ADR - Transport routier européen; AU - Australie; DBO - Demande biochimique en
oxygène; C - Celsius; CA - Canada; CAS - Chemical Abstracts Service; CERCLA - Comprehensive
Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act; CN - Chine; CPR - Controlled Products Regulations
(Réglementation sur les produits contrôlés); DFG - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Fonds allemand
scientifique); DOT - Ministère des transports; DSL - Liste Intérieure des Substances; CEE - Communauté
Économique Européenne; EINECS - Inventaire européen des substances chimiques commerciales existantes;
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Revision Date 13/12/2013
Revision 6
Supersedes date 11/11/2013
SAFETY DATA SHEET
Creosote
According to Regulation (EU) No 453/2010
SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/MIXTURE AND OF THE COMPANY/UNDERTAKING
1.1. Product identifier
Product name
Creosote
Product No.
00228269
Synonyms, Trade Names
WEI Grade B, C Creosote Oil;Strained.
CAS-No.
8001-58-9
EU Index No.
648-101-00-4
EC No.
232-287-5
CLI No.
02-2119552711-43-0000
1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
Identified uses
Wood treatment/Preservation of wood.
Uses advised against
Restricted to professional users.
1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
Supplier
KOPPERS INTERNATIONAL BV.
Carbon Materials and Chemicals.
Molenlaan 30
P O Box 9
1420 AA Uithoorn
Netherlands
Tel +44(0)1724 281555,Technical Enquiry.
Tel +45(0)63313100,Tel+31(0)297 545533
E mail [email protected]
1.4. Emergency telephone number
NCEC +44(0)1865 407333
SECTION 2: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Physical and Chemical Hazards Not classified.
Human health
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315;Eye Irrit. 2 - H319;Skin Sens. 1 - H317;Carc. 1B H350;Repr. 2 - H361fd
Environment
Aquatic Chronic 2 - H411
Carc. Cat. 1;R45. Repr. Cat. 3;R62, R63. Xi;R36/38. R43. N;R51/53.
The Full Text for all R-Phrases and Hazard Statements are Displayed in Section 16.
2.2. Label elements
EC No.
Contains
232-287-5
CREOSOTE
NAPHTHALENE
Label In Accordance With (EC) No. 1272/2008
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Signal Word
Danger
Hazard Statements
H315
H317
H319
H350
H361fd
H411
Causes skin irritation.
May cause an allergic skin reaction.
Causes serious eye irritation.
May cause cancer.
Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child.
Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
P201
P273
P280
P281
P305+351+338
Obtain special instructions before use.
Avoid release to the environment.
Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
Use personal protective equipment as required.
Precautionary Statements
P337+313
P501
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove
contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice/attention.
Dispose of contents/container in accordance with national regulations.
RCH002
Restricted to professional users.
Supplemental label information
2.3. Other hazards
Not Classified as PBT/vPvB by current EU criteria.
SECTION 3: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
3.1. Substances
CREOSOTE
CAS-No.: 8001-58-9
100%
EC No.: 232-287-5
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Carc. Cat. 2;R45.
Repr. Cat. 3;R62,R63.
Xi;R36/38.
N;R51/53.
R43.
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315
Eye Irrit. 2 - H319
Skin Sens. 1 - H317
Carc. 1B - H350
Repr. 2 - H361fd
Aquatic Chronic 2 - H411
PHENANTHRENE
CAS-No.: 85-01-8
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Acute Tox. 4 - H302
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315
Eye Irrit. 2 - H319
STOT SE 3 - H335
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
5-10%
EC No.: 201-581-5
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Xn;R22.
Xi;R36/37/38.
N;R50.
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NAPHTHALENE
CAS-No.: 91-20-3
5-10%
EC No.: 202-049-5
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Acute Tox. 4 - H302
Carc. 2 - H351
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
Aquatic Chronic 1 - H410
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Xn;R22.
Carc. Cat. 3;R40.
N;R50/53.
ACENAPHTHENE
CAS-No.: 83-32-9
1-5%
EC No.: 201-469-6
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315
Eye Irrit. 2 - H319
STOT SE 3 - H335
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
Aquatic Chronic 1 - H410
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Xi;R36/37/38.
N;R50/53.
FLUORANTHENE
CAS-No.: 206-44-0
1-5%
EC No.: 205-912-4
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Acute Tox. 4 - H302
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
Aquatic Chronic 1 - H410
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Xn;R22.
N;R50/53.
PYRENE
CAS-No.: 129-00-0
1-5%
EC No.: 204-927-3
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
Aquatic Chronic 1 - H410
Classification (67/548/EEC)
N;R50/53.
FLUORENE
CAS-No.: 86-73-7
1-5%
EC No.: 201-695-5
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Aquatic Chronic 4 - H413
Classification (67/548/EEC)
R53.
ANTHRACENE
CAS-No.: 120-12-7
Classification (EC 1272/2008)
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315
Eye Irrit. 2 - H319
STOT SE 3 - H335
Aquatic Acute 1 - H400
Aquatic Chronic 1 - H410
<0.5%
EC No.: 204-371-1
Classification (67/548/EEC)
Xi;R36/37/38.
N;R50/53.
The Full Text for all R-Phrases and Hazard Statements are Displayed in Section 16.
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CAS-No.
8001-58-9
EU Index No.
648-101-00-4
EC No.
232-287-5
CLI No.
02-2119552711-43-0000
Composition Comments
This is a complex mixture of constituents, a UVCB substance of variable composition.
SECTION 4: FIRST AID MEASURES
4.1. Description of first aid measures
General information
General first aid, rest, warmth and fresh air.
Inhalation
Remove victim immediately from source of exposure. Provide fresh air, warmth and rest, preferably in a comfortable upright sitting
position. Rinse nose and mouth with water. Get medical attention if any discomfort continues. If breathing stops, provide artificial
respiration.
Ingestion
NEVER MAKE AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON VOMIT OR DRINK FLUIDS! DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING! Rinse nose, mouth and throat
with water. Get medical attention.
Skin contact
Remove contaminated clothing immediately and wash skin with soap and water. Continue to rinse for at least 15 minutes. Get medical
attention if irritation persists after washing.
Eye contact
Do not rub eye. Immediately flush with plenty of water for up to 15 minutes. Remove any contact lenses and open eyes wide apart. Get
medical attention promptly if symptoms occur after washing.
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
General information
The severity of the symptoms described will vary dependant of the concentration and the length of exposure.
Inhalation
Irritation of nose, throat and airway.
Ingestion
Nausea, vomiting.
Skin contact
Prolonged contact may cause redness, irritation and dry skin.
Eye contact
Prolonged contact may cause redness and/or tearing.
4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
No recommendation given, but first aid may still be required in case of accidental exposure, inhalation or ingestion of this chemical. If in
doubt, GET MEDICAL ATTENTION PROMPTLY!
SECTION 5: FIREFIGHTING MEASURES
5.1. Extinguishing media
Extinguishing media
Fire can be extinguished using: Foam, carbon dioxide or dry powder. Dry chemicals, sand, dolomite etc. Water spray, fog or mist.
Unsuitable extinguishing media
Do not use water jet as an extinguisher, as this will spread the fire.
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Hazardous combustion products
Fire creates: Toxic gases/vapours/fumes of: Carbon monoxide (CO). Carbon dioxide (CO2). PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons).
Specific hazards
Containers can burst violently when heated, due to excess pressure build-up.
5.3. Advice for firefighters
Special Fire Fighting Procedures
Move container from fire area if it can be done without risk. Cool containers exposed to flames with water until well after the fire is out.
Keep run-off water out of sewers and water sources. Dike for water control.
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Protective equipment for fire-fighters
Leave danger zone immediately. Self contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing must be worn in case of fire.
SECTION 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Avoid inhalation of vapours and contact with skin and eyes. Provide adequate ventilation. In case of spills, beware of slippery floors and
surfaces.
6.2. Environmental precautions
Do not allow to enter drains, sewers or watercourses. The product should not be dumped in nature but collected and delivered according to
agreement with the local authorities.
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
Wear necessary protective equipment. Stop leak if possible without risk. DO NOT touch spilled material! Absorb in vermiculite, dry sand or
earth and place into containers. Collect spillage in containers, seal securely and deliver for disposal according to local regulations. Clean
contaminated area with oil-removing material.
6.4. Reference to other sections
For personal protection, see section 8. For waste disposal, see section 13.
SECTION 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE
7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Avoid inhalation of vapours/spray and contact with skin and eyes. Provide good ventilation. Wear protective skin cream on exposed skin
before and during work shift. To reduce sun sensitivity a sun-blocking lotion (SPF 15+) can also be applied prior to application of a
protective cream. Do not eat, drink or smoke when using the product.
7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
Store in tightly closed original container in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place. Protect against physical damage and/or friction. Do not
store near heat sources or expose to high temperatures. Risk mitigation measures include storage of freshly treated timber under shelter
and/or on hardstanding. Store away from: Oxidising material.
7.3. Specific end use(s)
The identified uses for this product are detailed in Section 1.2.
SECTION 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
8.1. Control parameters
Name
STD
NAPHTHALENE
WEL
TWA - 8 Hrs
10 ppm
53 mg/m3
STEL - 15 Min
15 ppm
80 mg/m3
WEL = Workplace Exposure Limit.
BENZO[A]PYRENE (CAS: 50-32-8)
DNEL
Industry
Industry
Industry
DNEL
Industry
Industry
PNEC
Freshwater
Marinewater
Intermittent release
Sediment
STP
Inhalation.
Dermal
Inhalation.
Long Term
Systemic Effects
Long Term
Local Effects
Long Term
Local Effects
PHENANTHRENE (CAS: 85-01-8)
0.57 µg/m3
10 µg/day
0.57 µg/m3
Dermal
Inhalation.
Long Term
Long Term
Systemic Effects
Local Effects
1.9 mg/kg/day
0.57 µg/m3
Long Term
Long Term
Long Term
Long Term
Long Term
1.1
1.1
0.07
5
1
μg/l
μg/l
mg/l
mg/kg
mg/l
8.2. Exposure controls
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Protective equipment
Engineering measures
Provide adequate ventilation. Observe Occupational Exposure Limits and minimise the risk of inhalation of vapours. All handling to take
place in well-ventilated area.
Respiratory equipment
No specific recommendation made, but respiratory protection must be used if the general level exceeds the recommended occupational
exposure limit. Chemical respirator with organic vapour cartridge.
Hand protection
Wear protective gloves. For exposure of 1 to 4 hours use gloves made of: Nitrile rubber (0.35mm) Discard gloves as soon as any signs of
degradation are noticed.
Eye protection
Wear approved safety goggles. Use face shield in case of splash risk.
Other Protection
Provide eyewash station. Wear full body industrial type work clothing, including chemical resistant boots.
Hygiene measures
Promptly remove any clothing that becomes contaminated. Wash promptly with soap & water if skin becomes contaminated.
Contaminated clothing to be placed in closed container until disposal or decontamination. Warn cleaning personnel of chemical's hazardous
properties. Wash hands at the end of each work shift and before eating, smoking and using the toilet. When using do not eat, drink or
smoke.
Skin protection
Protection suit must be worn.
SECTION 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
Appearance
Liquid
Colour
Brown.
Odour
Coal tar.
Solubility
Insoluble in water
Initial boiling point and boiling range
(°C)
Melting point (°C)
>200°C
Relative density
1.07 - 1.15 @20°C
<23°C
Vapour density (air=1)
No information available.
Vapour pressure
No information available.
Evaporation rate
No information available.
Evaporation Factor
No information available.
pH-Value, Conc. Solution
No information available.
Viscosity
Not determined.
Solubility Value (G/100G [email protected]°C)
Not determined.
Decomposition temperature (°C)
Not available.
Flash point (°C)
>100°C PM Closed cup.
Auto Ignition Temperature (°C)
Not available.
Flammability Limit - Lower(%)
Not available.
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Partition Coefficient
(N-Octanol/Water)
Highly insoluble in water.
Explosive properties
Not considered to be explosive.
Oxidising properties
Does not meet the criteria for oxidising.
9.2. Other information
No information required.
SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
10.1. Reactivity
There are no known reactivity hazards associated with this product.
10.2. Chemical stability
Stable under normal temperature conditions and recommended use.
10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
No information required.
Hazardous Polymerisation
Will not polymerise.
10.4. Conditions to avoid
Avoid heat, flames and other sources of ignition.
10.5. Incompatible materials
Materials To Avoid
Strong oxidising substances.
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
Fire or high temperatures create: Toxic gases/vapours/fumes of: Carbon monoxide (CO). Carbon dioxide (CO2). Hydrocarbons.
SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
11.1. Information on toxicological effects
Acute toxicity:
Acute Toxicity (Oral LD50)
533 mg/kg Mouse
LD50 Data listed for Naphthalene.
Acute Toxicity (Dermal LD50)
> 2000 mg/kg Mouse
LD50 Data listed for Naphthalene.
Acute Toxicity (Inhalation LC50)
> 0.40 mg/l (vapours) Mouse 4 hours
LD50 Data listed for Naphthalene.
Aspiration hazard:
Based on available data the classification criteria are not met.
Ingestion
May cause discomfort if swallowed. May cause stomach pain or vomiting.
Skin contact
Irritating to skin. May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
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Eye contact
Irritating to eyes.
Health Warnings
Known or suspected carcinogen for humans. The product contains a small amount of sensitising substance which may provoke an allergic
reaction among sensitive individuals after repeated contact.
Route of entry
Skin and/or eye contact. Inhalation. Ingestion.
Target Organs
No specific target organs noted
Medical Symptoms
No specific symptoms noted, but this chemical may still have adverse health impact, either in general or on certain individuals.
Medical Considerations
Persons with rash are directed to skin expert for examination of allergic eczema.
Specific effects
Contains a substance/a group of substances with possible risk of harm to the unborn child and with possible risk of impaired fertility.
Contains a substance/a group of substances which may cause cancer.
SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Ecotoxicity
The product contains a substance which is very toxic to aquatic organisms and which may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment.
12.1. Toxicity
Acute Toxicity - Fish
LC50 ~ 0.9 mg/l Freshwater fish:
LC50 value stated for Naphthalene.
LC50 ~ 2.4 mg/l Marinewater fish:
LC50 value stated for Naphthalene.
Acute Toxicity - Aquatic Invertebrates
EC50 48 hours ~ 2.16 mg/l Daphnia magna
EC50 value stated for Naphthalene.
12.2. Persistence and degradability
Degradability
The degradability of the product has not been stated.
Stability (Hydrolysis)
Highly insoluble in water.
Biodegradation
Highly insoluble in water.
12.3. Bioaccumulative potential
Bioaccumulative potential
Bioaccumulation is unlikely to be significant because of the low water solubility of this product.
Bioaccumulation factor
Highly insoluble in water.
Partition coefficient
Highly insoluble in water.
12.4. Mobility in soil
Mobility:
The product is insoluble in water.
12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
Not Classified as PBT/vPvB by current EU criteria.
12.6. Other adverse effects
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No information required.
SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
General information
When handling waste, consideration should be made to the safety precautions applying to handling of the product.
13.1. Waste treatment methods
Recover and reclaim or recycle, if practical. Dispose of waste and residues in accordance with local authority requirements.
Waste Class
EWC - code:05 06 99 (waste from pyrolysis of coal, other non specified waste)
SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION
General
Full protective clothing should be worn when handling this product.
14.1. UN number
UN No. (ADR/RID/ADN)
3082
UN No. (IMDG)
3082
UN No. (ICAO)
3082
14.2. UN proper shipping name
Proper Shipping Name
ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.(CREOSOTE)
14.3. Transport hazard class(es)
ADR/RID/ADN Class
9
ADR/RID/ADN Class
Class 9: Other dangerous substances.
ADR Label No.
9
IMDG Class
9
ICAO Class/Division
9
Transport Labels
MISCELLANEOUS
DANGEROUS
GOODS
9
ADN Class
9 (N2, CMR, S)
14.4. Packing group
ADR/RID/ADN Packing group
III
IMDG Packing group
III
ICAO Packing group
III
14.5. Environmental hazards
Environmentally Hazardous Substance/Marine Pollutant
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14.6. Special precautions for user
EMS
F-A, S-F
Emergency Action Code
•3Z
Hazard No. (ADR)
90
Tunnel Restriction Code
(E)
14.7. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL73/78 and the IBC Code
Pollution Category (IBC)
Category X
Ship Type (IBC)
Ship Type 2 (IMO2)
SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION
15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture
EU Legislation
Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and
packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and amending Regulation (EC)
No 1907/2006 with amendments.
Authorisations (Title VII Regulation 1907/2006)
No specific authorisations are noted for this product.
Restrictions (Title VIII Regulation 1907/2006)
Restrictions apply to the use of creosote, CAS 8001-58-9 in products intended for the treatment of wood (Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006
Annex XVII).
15.2. Chemical Safety Assessment
No chemical safety assessment has been carried out.
SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION
Revision Date
13/12/2013
Revision
6
Supersedes date
11/11/2013
Risk Phrases In Full
R22
Harmful if swallowed.
R36/38
Irritating to eyes and skin.
R36/37/38
Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
R40
Limited evidence of a carcinogenic effect.
R45
May cause cancer.
R53
May cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
R43
May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R63
Possible risk of harm to the unborn child.
R62
Possible risk of impaired fertility.
R51/53
Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
R50/53
Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
R50
Very toxic to aquatic organisms.
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Hazard Statements In Full
H302
Harmful if swallowed.
H315
Causes skin irritation.
H317
May cause an allergic skin reaction.
H319
Causes serious eye irritation.
H335
May cause respiratory irritation.
H350
May cause cancer.
H351
Suspected of causing cancer.
H361fd
Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child.
H400
Very toxic to aquatic life.
H410
Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
H411
Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
H413
May cause long lasting harmful effects to aquatic life.
Disclaimer
The information set forth in this Safety Data Sheet does not purport to be all-inclusive and should be used only as a guide.Whilst the information and
recommendations set forth herein are believed to be accurate,the company makes no warranty regarding such information and recommendations and
disclaims all liability from reliance thereon.
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OSMOSE ABS 33
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Revision No: 3
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING
Product name: OSMOSE ABS 33
Product code:
F1668/3
Company name: Protim Solignum Ltd
Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1LS
United Kingdom
Registered office as above. Registered in UK 3037845.
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 486 644
Fax: +44 (0) 1628 476 757
Emergency tel: +44 (0) 1628 890 907
Email: [email protected]
2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Main hazards: Contact with combustible material may cause fire. Irritating to eyes and skin.
3. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Hazardous ingredients: A MIXTURE OF: 5-CHLORO-2-METHYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE [EC NO
247-500-7] AND 2-METHYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-O <5%
CAS: 55965-84-9
[T] R23/24/25; [C] R34; [Sens.] R43; [N] R50/53
• MAGNESIUM NITRATE <5%
[O] R8; [Xi] R36/38
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (SYMPTOMS)
4. FIRST AID MEASURES (ACTION)
5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
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11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Hazardous ingredients: A MIXTURE OF: 5-CHLORO-2-METHYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-ONE [EC NO
247-500-7] AND 2-METHYL-2H-ISOTHIAZOL-3-O
ORL MUS LD50 60 mg/kg
ORL RAT LD50 53 mg/kg
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
NB: The user's attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national
regulations regarding disposal.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ADR / RID
IMDG / IMO
IATA / ICAO
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazard symbols: Oxidising.
Irritant.
Risk phrases: R8: Contact with combustible material may cause fire.
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
Note: The regulatory information given above only indicates the principal regulations
specifically applicable to the product described in the safety data sheet. The user's
attention is drawn to the possible existence of additional provisions which complete
these regulations. Refer to all applicable national, international and local regulations
or provisions.
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Risk phrases used in s.3:
R23/24/25: Toxic by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
R34: Causes burns.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R50/53: Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in
the aquatic environment.
R8: Contact with combustible material may cause fire.
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
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APPENDIX 4
ENVIROCHECK REPORT
Index Map
For ease of identification, your site and buffer have been split into Slices,
Segments and Quadrants. These are illustrated on the Index Map opposite
and explained further below.
Slice
Each slice represents a 1:10,000 plot area (2.7km x 2.7km) for your site and
buffer. A large site and buffer may be made up of several slices (represented
by a red outline), that are referenced by letters of the alphabet, starting from
the bottom left corner of the slice "grid". This grid does not relate to National
Grid lines but is designed to give best fit over the site and buffer.
Segment
A segment represents a 1:2,500 plot area. Segments that have plot files
associated with them are shown in dark green, others in light blue. These are
numbered from the bottom left hand corner within each slice.
Quadrant
A quadrant is a quarter of a segment. These are labelled as NW, NE, SW,
SE and are referenced in the datasheet to allow features to be quickly located
on plots. Therefore a feature that has a quadrant reference of A7NW will be
in Slice A, Segment 7 and the NW Quadrant.
A selection of organisations who provide data within this report:
Envirocheck reports are compiled from 136 different sources of data.
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Client Details
MR D Wilson, Wilson Associates (Consulting) Ltd, 36
Brunswick Road, Gloucester, GL1 1JJ
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Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358580, 219870
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Site Sensitivity Map - Segment A13
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3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
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Estimated Soil Chemistry Arsenic - Slice A
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Estimated Soil Chemistry Cadmium - Slice A
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Estimated Soil Chemistry Chromium - Slice A
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Estimated Soil Chemistry Lead - Slice A
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Estimated Soil Chemistry Nickel - Slice A
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Groundwater Vulnerability
Site Sensitivity Context Map - Slice A
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Bedrock Aquifer Designation
Site Sensitivity Context Map - Slice A
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Superficial Aquifer Designation
Site Sensitivity Context Map - Slice A
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Source Protection Zones
Site Sensitivity Context Map - Slice A
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3785
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Sensitive Land Uses
Site Sensitivity Context Map - Slice A
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3785
358590, 219870
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3.71
1000
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HR9 5QS
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Envirocheck ® Report:
Datasheet
Order Details:
Order Number:
59872918_1_1
Customer Reference:
3785
National Grid Reference:
358590, 219870
Slice:
A
Site Area (Ha):
3.71
Search Buffer (m):
1000
Site Details:
Walford Timber Ltd
The Sawmills
Walford
Ross on Wye
Herefordshire
HR9 5QS
Client Details:
MR D Wilson
Wilson Associates (Consulting) Ltd
36 Brunswick Road
Gloucester
GL1 1JJ
Prepared For:
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Order Number: 59872918_1_1
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Contents
Report Section
Page Number
Summary
-
Agency & Hydrological
1
Waste
20
Hazardous Substances
-
Geological
21
Industrial Land Use
32
Sensitive Land Use
33
Data Currency
34
Data Suppliers
39
Useful Contacts
40
Introduction
The Environment Act 1995 has made site sensitivity a key issue, as the legislation pays as much attention to the pathways by which
contamination could spread, and to the vulnerable targets of contamination, as it does the potential sources of contamination.
For this reason, Landmark's Site Sensitivity maps and Datasheet(s) place great emphasis on statutory data provided by the Environment
Agency/Natural Resources Wales and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency; it also incorporates data from Natural England (and the
Scottish and Welsh equivalents) and Local Authorities; and highlights hydrogeological features required by environmental and geotechnical
consultants. It does not include any information concerning past uses of land. The datasheet is produced by querying the Landmark database
to a distance defined by the client from a site boundary provided by the client.
In the attached datasheet the National Grid References (NGRs) are rounded to the nearest 10m in accordance with Landmark's agreements
with a number of Data Suppliers.
Copyright Notice
© Landmark Information Group Limited 2014. The Copyright on the information and data and its format as contained in this Envirocheck®
Report ("Report") is the property of Landmark Information Group Limited ("Landmark") and several other Data Providers, including (but not
limited to) Ordnance Survey, British Geological Survey, the Environment Agency/Natural Resources Wales and Natural England, and must not
be reproduced in whole or in part by photocopying or any other method. The Report is supplied under Landmark's Terms and Conditions
accepted by the Customer.
A copy of Landmark's Terms and Conditions can be found with the Index Map for this report. Additional copies of the Report may be obtained
from Landmark, subject to Landmark's charges in force from time to time. The Copyright, design rights and any other intellectual rights shall
remain the exclusive property of Landmark and /or other Data providers, whose Copyright material has been included in this Report.
Natural England Copyright Notice
Site of Special Scientific Interest, National Nature Reserve, Ramsar, Special Protection Area, Special Conservation Area, Marine Nature
Reserve data (derived from Ordnance Survey 1:10000 raster) is provided by, and used with the permission of, Natural England who retain the
copyright and Intellectual Property Rights for the data.
Ove Arup Copyright Notice
The Data provided in this report was obtained on Licence from Ove Arup & Partners Limited (for further information, contact
[email protected]). No reproduction or further use of such Data is to be made without the prior written consent of Ove Arup & Partners
Limited. The information and data supplied in the product are derived from publicly available records and other third party sources and neither
Ove Arup & Partners nor Landmark warrant the accuracy or completeness of such information or data.
Peter Brett Associates Copyright Notice
The cavity data presented has been extracted from the PBA enhanced version of the original DEFRA national cavity databases. PBA/DEFRA
retain the copyright & intellectual property rights in the data. Whilst all reasonable efforts are made to check that the information contained in
the cavity databases is accurate we do not warrant that the data is complete or error free. The information is based upon our own researches
and those collated from a number of external sources and is continually being augmented and updated by PBA. In no event shall PBA/DEFRA
or Landmark be liable for any loss or damage including, without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from the use of this
data.
Radon Potential dataset Copyright Notice
Information supplied from a joint dataset compiled by The British Geological Survey and Public Health England.
Report Version v49.0
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Summary
Page
Number
On Site
0 to 250m
251 to 500m
501 to 1000m
(*up to 2000m)
pg 1
6
2
4
25
pg 10
1
Nearest Surface Water Feature
pg 10
Yes
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
pg 10
2
3
3
1
1
Data Type
Agency & Hydrological
Contaminated Land Register Entries and Notices
Discharge Consents
Enforcement and Prohibition Notices
Integrated Pollution Controls
Integrated Pollution Prevention And Control
Local Authority Integrated Pollution Prevention And Control
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Controls
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Control Enforcements
Prosecutions Relating to Authorised Processes
Prosecutions Relating to Controlled Waters
Registered Radioactive Substances
River Quality
pg 11
River Quality Biology Sampling Points
pg 12
1
Substantiated Pollution Incident Register
pg 12
1
Water Abstractions
pg 12
1
River Quality Chemistry Sampling Points
3
3 (*15)
Water Industry Act Referrals
Groundwater Vulnerability
pg 17
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Bedrock Aquifer Designations
pg 18
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Superficial Aquifer Designations
pg 18
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
pg 18
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
pg 18
Yes
n/a
n/a
Areas Benefiting from Flood Defences
n/a
n/a
Flood Water Storage Areas
n/a
n/a
Flood Defences
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
n/a
Yes
Yes
n/a
Source Protection Zones
Detailed River Network Lines
pg 18
Detailed River Network Offline Drainage
pg 19
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Summary
Page
Number
On Site
0 to 250m
251 to 500m
501 to 1000m
(*up to 2000m)
BGS 1:625,000 Solid Geology
pg 21
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
pg 21
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
pg 29
3
4
Data Type
Waste
BGS Recorded Landfill Sites
Historical Landfill Sites
Integrated Pollution Control Registered Waste Sites
Licensed Waste Management Facilities (Landfill Boundaries)
Licensed Waste Management Facilities (Locations)
Local Authority Recorded Landfill Sites
Registered Landfill Sites
Registered Waste Transfer Sites
Registered Waste Treatment or Disposal Sites
Hazardous Substances
Control of Major Accident Hazards Sites (COMAH)
Explosive Sites
Notification of Installations Handling Hazardous Substances (NIHHS)
Planning Hazardous Substance Consents
Planning Hazardous Substance Enforcements
Geological
BGS Urban Soil Chemistry
BGS Urban Soil Chemistry Averages
Brine Compensation Area
n/a
n/a
n/a
Coal Mining Affected Areas
n/a
n/a
n/a
Mining Instability
n/a
n/a
n/a
Man-Made Mining Cavities
Natural Cavities
Non Coal Mining Areas of Great Britain
pg 30
Yes
n/a
n/a
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
pg 30
Yes
n/a
n/a
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
pg 30
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Potential for Ground Dissolution Stability Hazards
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
pg 30
Yes
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
pg 31
Yes
n/a
n/a
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
pg 31
Yes
n/a
n/a
Yes
Radon Potential - Radon Affected Areas
n/a
n/a
n/a
Radon Potential - Radon Protection Measures
n/a
n/a
n/a
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Number
Data Type
On Site
0 to 250m
251 to 500m
501 to 1000m
(*up to 2000m)
n/a
n/a
Industrial Land Use
Contemporary Trade Directory Entries
pg 32
Fuel Station Entries
1
Sensitive Land Use
Areas of Adopted Green Belt
Areas of Unadopted Green Belt
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
pg 33
2
Environmentally Sensitive Areas
pg 33
Forest Parks
1
Local Nature Reserves
Marine Nature Reserves
National Nature Reserves
National Parks
Nitrate Sensitive Areas
pg 33
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
2
Ramsar Sites
Sites of Special Scientific Interest
pg 33
1
Special Areas of Conservation
pg 33
2
Special Protection Areas
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Discharge Consents
1
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Green Colley Grove Residents Management Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Green Colley Grove Housing Est Walf Green Colley Grove Housing Est W,
Walford Nr Ross On Wye ,, Nr Ross On Wye ,, Nr Ross On Wye ,, ,
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0175501
2
17th July 1991
17th July 1991
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
A13NW
(NW)
0
2
358500
219920
Green Colley Grove Residents Management Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Green Colley Grove Housing Est Walf, Walford Nr Ross On Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
AN0175501
2
17th July 1991
17th July 1991
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
A13NW
(NW)
0
2
358500
219920
A13NW
(NW)
0
2
358500
219920
A13NW
(NW)
0
2
358500
219920
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Wye Tributary
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
1
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Wye Tributary
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
1
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Foxway Properties Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Green Colley Grove Housing Est Walf, Walford Nr Ross On Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0175501
1
8th December 1989
8th December 1989
16th July 1991
Unspecified
Into And/Or Watercourse
Wye Tributary
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
1
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Foxway Properties Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Green Colley Grove Housing Est Walf Green Colley Grove Housing Est W,
Walford Nr Ross On Wye ,, Nr Ross On Wye ,, Nr Ross On Wye ,, ,
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0175501
1
8th December 1989
8th December 1989
16th July 1991
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Wye Tributary
Receiving Water:
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SE
(S)
0
2
358600
219800
A13SE
(S)
0
2
358600
219800
A13NW
(NW)
57
2
358500
220030
A13NW
(NW)
57
2
358500
220030
Discharge Consents
2
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Walford Sawmills Ltd
Sawmilling Of Wood
Walford - Sawmills
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
As4003701
1
2nd May 1977
2nd May 1977
19th November 1992
Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
Walford Brook
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
2
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Walford Sawmills Ltd
Sawmilling Of Wood
Walford - Sawmills, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
As4003701
1
2nd May 1977
2nd May 1977
19th November 1992
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
Walford Brook
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
3
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Maple 154 Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Nelsons Garage Site Walford, Near Ross On Wye, Glos, Hr9 5qh
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Not Supplied
An029890101
1
10th August 2000
10th August 2000
Not Supplied
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
Trib Of River Wye
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
3
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Maple 154 Ltd
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Nelsons Garage Site Walford Nelsons Garage Site, Walford, Near Ross On
Wye, Glos, Hr9 5qh
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An029890101
1
10th August 2000
10th August 2000
Not Supplied
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
Trib Of River Wye
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A14NW
(E)
336
2
359000
220000
A14NW
(E)
336
2
359000
220000
A18SE
(N)
470
2
358715
220467
A18SE
(N)
470
2
358715
220467
Discharge Consents
4
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig
Sewage Disposal Works - Water Company
Walford (Norrland Place) Stw
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0178901
1
19th October 1989
19th October 1989
21st March 1995
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Water Company
Land/Soakaway
Soakaway
Consent expired
Approximate location provided by supplier
Discharge Consents
4
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig
Sewage Disposal Works - Water Company
Walford (Norrland Place) Stw, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0178901
1
19th October 1989
19th October 1989
21st March 1995
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Water Company
Land/Soakaway
Soakaway
Consent expired
Approximate location provided by supplier
Discharge Consents
5
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Mr Michael O'Sullivan
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Walford Court Barns Walford Walford Court Barns, Walford, Ross-On-Wye,
Herefordshire, Hr9 5sa
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0384301
1
21st July 2005
21st July 2005
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
Walford Brook
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
5
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Mr Michael O'Sullivan
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Walford Court Barns Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, Hr9 5sa
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Not Supplied
An0384301
1
21st July 2005
21st July 2005
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
Walford Brook
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
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Agency & Hydrological
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A7NE
(SW)
639
2
358080
219290
Lsi Group Holdings Plc
Domestic Property (Single)
Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross On Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross,
Goodrich Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, ,
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0016101
1
17th September 1986
17th September 1986
19th November 1992
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
A7NE
(SW)
639
2
358080
219290
Mr Nigel Roper
Domestic Property (Single)
Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross On Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross,
Goodrich Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, ,
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0016101
2
20th November 1992
20th November 1992
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
A7NE
(SW)
647
2
358080
219280
Mr Nigel Roper
Domestic Property (Single)
Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross On, Goodrich Ross On Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
AN0016101
2
20th November 1992
20th November 1992
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
A7NE
(SW)
647
2
358080
219280
Map
ID
Details
Discharge Consents
6
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Lsi Group Holdings Plc
Domestic Property (Single)
Flanseford Priory Goodrich Ross On, Goodrich Ross On Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0016101
1
17th September 1986
17th September 1986
19th November 1992
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
River Wye
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
6
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
River Wye
Receiving Water:
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
6
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
River Wye
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
6
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
River Wye
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Located by supplier to within 100m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A18NE
(N)
661
2
358870
220622
A18NE
(N)
661
2
358870
220622
A7NE
(SW)
711
2
358050
219220
A7NE
(SW)
711
2
358050
219220
Discharge Consents
7
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Mr Paul Adshead
Domestic Property (Single)
Stp Serving Hunsdon House, Walford Hunsdon House, Walford, Ross-OnWye, Herefordshire, Hr9 5sb
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
Npswqd002439
1
6th August 2008
6th August 2008
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
An Unnamed Trib Of River Wye
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
7
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Mr Paul Adshead
Domestic Property (Single)
Stp Serving Hunsdon House, Walford, Hunsdon House, Ross-On-Wye,
Herefordshire, Hr9 5sb
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Wye between Hay and Here
Npswqd002439
1
6th August 2008
6th August 2008
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Freshwater Stream/River
An Unnamed Trib Of River Wye
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
8
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
D & M Hill
Undefined Or Other
Flanesford Priory Goodrich Ross On, Goodrich Ross On Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
As3001701
1
14th November 1966
14th November 1966
15th October 1992
Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
River Wye
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
8
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
D & M Hill
Undefined Or Other
Flanesford Priory Goodrich Ross On Flanesford Priory Goodrich Ross,
Goodrich Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, Ross On Wye ,, ,
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
As3001701
1
14th November 1966
14th November 1966
15th October 1992
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
River Wye
Receiving Water:
Consent expired
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Order Number: 59872918_1_1
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Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Discharge Consents
9
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
British Country Inns 4 Plc
Public Houses & Bars
The Inn On The Wye, Kerne Bridge, Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire,
Hr9 5qs
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Not Supplied
An0320401
2
19th December 2012
19th December 2012
Not Supplied
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(SW)
774
2
358109
219094
British Country Inns 4 Plc
Public Houses & Bars
The Inn On The Wye Kerne Bridge, Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire,
Hr9 5qs
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0320401
2
19th December 2012
19th December 2012
Not Supplied
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(SW)
774
2
358109
219094
British Country Inns 4 Plc
Public Houses & Bars
The Inn On The Wye Kerne Bridge, Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire,
Hr9 5qs
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0320401
1
27th September 2002
27th September 2002
18th December 2012
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(SW)
774
2
358109
219094
A7SE
(SW)
774
2
358109
219094
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Soakaway
Receiving Water:
Varied under EPR 2010
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
9
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Soakaway
Receiving Water:
Varied under EPR 2010
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
9
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Soakaway
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
9
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
British Country Inns 4 Plc
Public Houses & Bars
The Inn On The Wye, Kerne Bridge, Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire,
Hr9 5qs
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Not Supplied
An0320401
1
27th September 2002
27th September 2002
18th December 2012
Sewage And Trade Combined - Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
Soakaway
New Consent (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88 & Schedule 10 as
amended by Environment Act 1995)
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Discharge Consents
9
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
British Country Inns 4 Public Ltd
Public Houses & Bars
Ptp And Soakaway Serving Public Hse The Inn On The Wye, Kerne Bridge,
Goodrich, Herefordshire, Hr95qs
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
Eprjp3324gc
1
1st November 2011
31st August 2011
Not Supplied
Sewage Discharges - Final/Treated Effluent - Not Water Company
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(SW)
810
2
358090
219063
Mr C W Jennings
Domestic Property (Single)
Old Forge Cottage Kerne Bridge Nea Old Forge Cottage, Kerne Bridge, Near
Ross On Wye, Herefordshire
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0229901
1
16th September 1991
16th September 1991
Not Supplied
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
A8SW
(S)
809
2
358310
218960
Mr C W Jennings
Domestic Property (Single)
Old Forge Cottage Kerne Bridge Nea, Kerne Bridge, Near Ross On Wye,
Herefordshire
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Not Given
AN0229901
1
16th September 1991
16th September 1991
Not Supplied
Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
A8SW
(S)
809
2
358310
218960
Hankinson B
Domestic Property (Single)
Ross-On-Wye - Oxlet Cottage Bishops, Bishopswood Walford
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0076801
1
18th July 1988
18th July 1988
27th May 1993
Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A14SE
(E)
867
2
359500
219600
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Groundwater Via A Soakaway
Receiving Water:
New issued under EPR 2010
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
10
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
River Wye
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
10
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
River Wye
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
11
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Soakaway
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 100m
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Date: 02-Sep-2014
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Discharge Consents
11
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Hankinson B
Domestic Property (Single)
Ross-On-Wye - Oxlet Cottage Bishops Ross-On-Wye - Oxlet Cottage Bish,
Bishopswood Walford, Walford, Unknown, Unknown
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0076801
1
18th July 1988
18th July 1988
27th May 1993
Unknown
Land/Soakaway
A14SE
(E)
867
2
359500
219600
Smart T
Domestic Property (Single)
Ross - Kerne House Kerne Bridge Wal, Kerne Bridge Walford
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0120301
1
4th January 1989
4th January 1989
20th March 1995
Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(S)
890
2
358210
218910
Smart T
Domestic Property (Single)
Ross - Kerne House Kerne Bridge Wal Ross - Kerne House Kerne Bridge,
Kerne Bridge Walford, Walford, Unknown, Unknown
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0120301
1
4th January 1989
4th January 1989
20th March 1995
Unknown
Land/Soakaway
A7SE
(S)
890
2
358210
218910
Mr I G Tweedale
Domestic Property (Single)
The Old Vicarage Walford Ross On W The Old Vicarage Walford Ross O,
Walford Ross On Wye Herefordshi, Ross On Wye Herefordshire, Ross On
Wye Herefordshire, Herefordsh
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
As2002101
2
15th November 1993
15th November 1993
Not Supplied
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
A19NW
(NE)
934
2
359260
220700
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Soakaway
Receiving Water:
Consent expired
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
12
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Soakaway
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
12
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Soakaway
Receiving Water:
Consent expired
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
13
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Coughton Brook
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Discharge Consents
13
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Mr I G Tweedale
Domestic Property (Single)
The Old Vicarage Walford Ross On W, Walford Ross On Wye Herefordshi,
Ross On Wye Herefordshire
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
AS2002101
2
15th November 1993
15th November 1993
Not Supplied
Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
A19NW
(NE)
934
2
359260
220700
Mr I G Tweedale
Domestic Property (Single)
The Old Vicarage Walford Ross On W, Walford Ross On Wye Herefordshi,
Ross On Wye Herefordshire
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
As2002101
1
2nd August 1971
2nd August 1971
14th November 1993
Unspecified
Freshwater Stream/River
A19NW
(NE)
934
2
359260
220700
Mr I G Tweedale
Domestic Property (Single)
The Old Vicarage Walford Ross On W The Old Vicarage Walford Ross O,
Walford Ross On Wye Herefordshi, Ross On Wye Herefordshire, Ross On
Wye Herefordshire, Herefordsh
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
As2002101
1
2nd August 1971
2nd August 1971
14th November 1993
Unknown
Freshwater Stream/River
A19NW
(NE)
934
2
359260
220700
Davies John
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Hereford Beaufort Lodge/Sycamore Ho, Beaufort Lodge/Sycamore House
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
River Wye
An0059101
1
28th January 1988
28th January 1988
7th February 1994
Unspecified
Land/Soakaway
A3NW
(S)
966
2
358300
218800
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Coughton Brook
Receiving Water:
New Consent, by Application (Water Resources Act 1991, Section 88)
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 100m
Discharge Consents
13
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Coughton Brook
Receiving Water:
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
13
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Coughton Brook
Receiving Water:
Authorisation revokedRevoked
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 10m
Discharge Consents
14
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Receiving Water:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Soakaway
Consent expired
Located by supplier to within 100m
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A3NW
(S)
966
2
358300
218800
A13NW
(NW)
0
3
358581
219875
A13SW
(W)
0
-
358502
219862
A13SW
(S)
81
2
358580
219650
A13SW
(S)
142
2
358500
219600
A18SW
(N)
393
2
358500
220400
Discharge Consents
14
Operator:
Property Type:
Location:
Davies John
Domestic Property (Multiple)
Hereford Beaufort Lodge/Sycamore Ho Hereford Beaufort Lodge/Sycamore,
Beaufort Lodge/Sycamore House, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown
Environment Agency, Midlands Region
River Wye D/S River Lugg
An0059101
1
28th January 1988
28th January 1988
7th February 1994
Unknown
Land/Soakaway
Authority:
Catchment Area:
Reference:
Permit Version:
Effective Date:
Issued Date:
Revocation Date:
Discharge Type:
Discharge
Environment:
Soakaway
Receiving Water:
Consent expired
Status:
Positional Accuracy: Located by supplier to within 100m
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Controls
15
Name:
Location:
Authority:
Permit Reference:
Dated:
Process Type:
Description:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Walford Sawmills
Mill House, Walford, ROSS ON WYE, Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Herefordshire Council, Environmental Health Department
6.2/001
25th February 1993
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Control
PG6/2 Manufacture of timber and wood-based products
Permitted
Manually positioned to the address or location
Nearest Surface Water Feature
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
16
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Walford Sawmills
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Unknown
Not Supplied
15th January 1992
2301
Not Given
Not Given
Unknown
Category 3 - Minor Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
17
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
5-600 Yards, Up Stream Kerne Bridge, Left Bank
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Mud/Clay/Soil
Poor Management
1st April 1997
31630
Not Given
Not Given
Runoff
Category 3 - Minor Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
18
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Walford - Left By Church - Under Bridge, Left Down Farm Track
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Organic Wastes: Vegetable Washings
Tributary River Wye; Leachate
18th February 1998
34782
Not Given
Not Given
Poor Management Control
Category 2 - Significant Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Order Number: 59872918_1_1
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A18SW
(NW)
470
2
358300
220400
A18SE
(N)
484
2
358650
220490
A7NE
(SW)
635
2
358200
219200
A19NW
(NE)
674
2
358950
220600
A7NE
(SW)
693
2
358100
219200
A13NW
(W)
0
2
358505
219889
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
19
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Ngr So 584 205, WALFORD
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Organic Wastes: Vegetable Washings
Poor Management
12th February 1997
31215
Not Given
Not Given
Runoff
Category 3 - Minor Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
20
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Bridge Walford
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Farm Effluent/Slurry
Not Supplied
8th April 1992
3566
Not Given
Not Given
Unknown
Category 2 - Significant Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
21
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Castle View Hotel, Kerne Bridge
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Unknown
Not Supplied
27th June 1991
1244
Not Given
Not Given
Unknown
Category 3 - Minor Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
22
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
Between Old Vicarage And Hunsdon House
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Crude Sewage
Not Supplied
12th April 1991
1150
Not Given
Not Given
Leakage
Category 2 - Significant Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
23
Property Type:
Location:
Authority:
Pollutant:
Note:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Catchment Area:
Receiving Water:
Cause of Incident:
Incident Severity:
Positional Accuracy:
Not Given
KERNE BRIDGE
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
Mud/Clay/Soil
Walford Bk And River Wye; Run-Off
5th August 1997
33377
Not Given
Not Given
Weather
Category 3 - Minor Incident
Located by supplier to within 100m
River Quality
Name:
GQA Grade:
Reach:
Estimated Distance
(km):
Flow Rate:
Flow Type:
Year:
Walford Bk
River Quality B
Conf.Wye - Conf.At Frogmore
7
Flow less than 0.31 cumecs
River
2000
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Agency & Hydrological
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SW
(W)
162
2
358335
219860
A8NW
(SW)
256
2
358392
219528
A13SW
(SW)
194
2
358400
219600
Environment Agency - Midlands Region, West Area
26th June 2009
691667
Category 2 - Significant Incident
Category 4 - No Impact
Category 4 - No Impact
Located by supplier to within 10m
Contaminated Water: Suspended Solids
A13SW
(SW)
165
2
358410
219632
Cobrey Farms
19/55/18/0520
2
Borehole At Walford Court, Walford Nr Ross-On-Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Land At Walford Court, Walford Nr Ross-On-Wye
01 April
30 September
18th October 2010
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A18SE
(NE)
325
2
358790
220290
Map
ID
Details
River Quality
Name:
GQA Grade:
Reach:
Estimated Distance
(km):
Flow Rate:
Flow Type:
Year:
Wye
River Quality A
Conf.Walford Bk. - Conf.Rudhall Bk.
8.8
Flow less than 80 cumecs
River
2000
River Quality
Name:
GQA Grade:
Reach:
Estimated Distance
(km):
Flow Rate:
Flow Type:
Year:
Wye
River Quality B
Conf.Garren Bk. - Conf.Walford Bk.
12.6
Flow less than 80 cumecs
River
2000
River Quality Biology Sampling Points
24
Name:
Reach:
Estimated Distance:
Positional Accuracy:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Year:
GQA Grade:
Wye
Confluence Garren Brook To Confluence Walford Brook
12.60
Located by supplier to within 100m
1990
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
1995
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2000
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2002
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2003
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2004
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2005
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2006
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2007
River Quality Biology GQA Grade A - Very Good
2008
River Quality Biology GQA Grade B - Good
2009
River Quality Biology GQA Grade B - Good
Substantiated Pollution Incident Register
25
Authority:
Incident Date:
Incident Reference:
Water Impact:
Air Impact:
Land Impact:
Positional Accuracy:
Pollutant:
Water Abstractions
26
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
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Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Water Abstractions
26
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Cobrey Farms
19/55/18/0498
1
Borehole At Walford Court, Walford Nr Ross-On-Wye
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Land At Walford Court, Walford Nr Ross-On-Wye
01 April
30 September
6th September 2002
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A18SE
(NE)
339
2
358800
220300
Cobrey Farms
19/55/18/0463
100
Borehole At Walford Court
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Borehole - 51 M Depth/230 Mm Dia At Walford Court
01 April
30 September
6th June 1997
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A18SE
(NE)
339
2
358800
220300
Mrs D A Moore
19/55/18/0424
102
River Wye Near Callow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Area Of Land At Callow Farm
01 March
30 September
1st October 2008
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A17SW
(W)
962
2
357590
220270
Mrs D A Moore
19/55/18/0424
101
River Wye Near Callow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Area Of Land At Callow Farm
01 March
30 September
1st July 2004
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A17SW
(W)
962
2
357590
220270
Water Abstractions
26
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
27
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
27
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
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Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Water Abstractions
27
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Mrs D Moore
19/55/18/0424
100
River Wye Near Collow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
R.Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 March
30 September
29th December 1983
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A17SW
(W)
972
2
357580
220270
Mr W Chinn
19/55/18/0402
101
Reach On The River Wye Near Bishops Wood
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a river or stream reach, or a row of wellpoints
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
01 March
31 October
1st October 2008
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A3NW
(S)
1066
2
358250
218710
Mr W Chinn
19/55/18/0402
100
Reach On The River Wye Near Bishops Wood
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a river or stream reach, or a row of wellpoints
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
R.Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 March
31 October
1st April 2006
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A3NW
(S)
1066
2
358250
218710
Messrs E & G Roper & Son
19/55/18/0426
100
Reach On The River Wye Near Home Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a river or stream reach, or a row of wellpoints
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Licenced from 01-Mar to 30-Sep
01 March
30 September
1st July 2004
Not Supplied
Approximate location provided by supplier
A16SE
(W)
1114
2
357430
220270
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Order Number: 59872918_1_1
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
E W & G Roper & Son
19/55/18/0426
Not Supplied
Location Description Not Available
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Not Supplied
Surface
545
18184
R.Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A16SW
(NW)
1434
2
357170
220490
Mrs D A Moore
19/55/18/0424
102
River Wye At Callow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Area Of Land At Callow Farm
01 March
30 September
1st October 2008
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A16NW
(NW)
1520
2
357150
220650
Mrs D A Moore
19/55/18/0424
101
River Wye At Callow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Area Of Land At Callow Farm
01 March
30 September
1st July 2004
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 10m
A16NW
(NW)
1520
2
357150
220650
Mr & Mrs R Harbord
19/55/18/0482
100
Borehole At Goodrich
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Farming And Domestic
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Old Red Sandstone At Bryants Court; Well And Borehole
01 January
31 December
25th March 1999
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A6NW
(W)
1534
2
357020
219430
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Mrs D Moore
19/55/18/0424
100
Reach Wye At Callow Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
R.Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 March
30 September
29th December 1983
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A16NW
(NW)
1538
2
357140
220670
Mr L Harbord
19/55/18/0285
Not Supplied
Location Description Not Available
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Industrial
Not Supplied
Spring
8
3019
Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A22NE
(N)
1559
2
358100
221500
Mr A Powles
19/55/18/0413
100
Castle Brook At Porter'S Lodge
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Storage
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Offstream Pond; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 November
31 March
1st August 1982
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A25SW
(NE)
1583
2
359750
221130
E C Drummond & Sons
19/55/18/0061
Not Supplied
Location Description Not Available
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Not Supplied
Surface
2774
90920
River Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
A16NW
(NW)
1587
2
357080
220660
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
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Agency & Hydrological
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A25SW
(NE)
1680
2
359920
221090
Mr R K Webb
19/55/18/0161
101
Well At Quabbs Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Farming And Domestic
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 January
31 December
1st September 1994
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
(E)
1682
2
360360
219820
Messrs D Boynton & Son
19/55/18/0429
100
Borehole Near Arbour Hill Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a single point
Groundwater
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 June
30 September
14th September 2004
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
(N)
1935
2
358910
221920
(NW)
1999
2
356740
220900
A13NW
(N)
0
2
358585
220000
Map
ID
Details
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Robert Chinn
19/55/18/0064
Not Supplied
Location Description Not Available
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Not Supplied
Surface
363
10910
Castle Brook; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Water Abstractions
Operator:
Licence Number:
Permit Version:
Location:
Authority:
Abstraction:
Abstraction Type:
Source:
Daily Rate (m3):
Yearly Rate (m3):
Details:
Authorised Start:
Authorised End:
Permit Start Date:
Permit End Date:
Positional Accuracy:
Messrs E & G Roper & Son
19/55/18/0426
100
Reach On The River Wye At Home Farm
Environment Agency, Welsh Region
General Agriculture: Spray Irrigation - Direct
Water may be abstracted from a river or stream reach, or a row of wellpoints
Surface
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
R.Wye; Status: Revoked; Lapsed Or Cancelled
01 March
30 September
1st July 2004
Not Supplied
Located by supplier to within 100m
Groundwater Vulnerability
Soil Classification:
Map Sheet:
Scale:
Soils of Intermediate Leaching Potential (I1) - Soils which can possibly
transmit a wide range of pollutants
Sheet 29 Worcestershire
1:100,000
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SW
(W)
0
2
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
2
358582
219877
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220001
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220001
A13NW
(W)
0
4
358557
219877
A13SW
(W)
0
2
358585
219871
A13SW
(W)
69
2
358425
219871
A13SW
(W)
0
2
358520
219871
A13NE
(N)
0
2
358600
219996
A13SW
(W)
0
2
358504
219862
Groundwater Vulnerability
Soil Classification:
Map Sheet:
Scale:
Soils of High Leaching Potential (H3)- Coarse textured or moderately shallow
soils which readily transmit non-absorbed pollutants and liquid discharges but
which have some ability to attenuate absorbed pollutants because of their
large clay or organic matter contents
Sheet 37 Southern Cotswolds
1:100,000
Groundwater Vulnerability
Soil Classification:
Map Sheet:
Scale:
Soils of Intermediate Leaching Potential (I1) - Soils which can possibly
transmit a wide range of pollutants
Sheet 37 Southern Cotswolds
1:100,000
Drift Deposits
None
Bedrock Aquifer Designations
Aquifer Designation: Secondary Aquifer - A
Bedrock Aquifer Designations
Aquifer Designation: Secondary Aquifer - A
Superficial Aquifer Designations
Aquifer Designation: Secondary Aquifer - A
Superficial Aquifer Designations
Aquifer Designation: Secondary Aquifer - A
Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Extent of Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Type:
Fluvial Models
Flood Plain Type:
Boundary Accuracy: As Supplied
Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Extent of Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Type:
Fluvial Models
Flood Plain Type:
Boundary Accuracy: As Supplied
Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Extent of Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Type:
Fluvial Models
Flood Plain Type:
Boundary Accuracy: As Supplied
Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Extent of Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Type:
Fluvial Models
Flood Plain Type:
Boundary Accuracy: As Supplied
Areas Benefiting from Flood Defences
None
Flood Water Storage Areas
None
Flood Defences
None
Detailed River Network Lines
28
River Type:
River Name:
Hydrographic Area:
River Flow Type:
River Surface Level:
Drain Feature:
Flood Risk
Management Status:
Water Course
Name:
Water Course
Reference:
Primary River
Not Supplied
D008
Primary Flow Path
Surface
Not a Drain
Other Rivers
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
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Agency & Hydrological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SW
(W)
124
2
358383
219819
A13SW
(SW)
191
2
358388
219619
A13NW
(NW)
268
2
358269
220086
A12NE
(NW)
274
2
358249
220064
A13NW
(NW)
1
2
358494
219933
A8NE
(SE)
345
2
358811
219444
Detailed River Network Lines
29
River Type:
River Name:
Hydrographic Area:
River Flow Type:
River Surface Level:
Drain Feature:
Flood Risk
Management Status:
Water Course
Name:
Water Course
Reference:
Primary River
Not Supplied
D008
Primary Flow Path
Surface
Not a Drain
Flood Risk Management Indicative/Statutory Main River
WYE
562
Detailed River Network Lines
30
River Type:
River Name:
Hydrographic Area:
River Flow Type:
River Surface Level:
Drain Feature:
Flood Risk
Management Status:
Water Course
Name:
Water Course
Reference:
Primary River
River Wye
D008
Primary Flow Path
Surface
Not a Drain
Flood Risk Management Indicative/Statutory Main River
WYE
562
Detailed River Network Lines
31
River Type:
River Name:
Hydrographic Area:
River Flow Type:
River Surface Level:
Drain Feature:
Flood Risk
Management Status:
Water Course
Name:
Water Course
Reference:
Secondary River
Not Supplied
D008
Primary Flow Path
Surface
Not a Drain
Other Rivers
Not Supplied
Not Supplied
Detailed River Network Lines
32
River Type:
River Name:
Hydrographic Area:
River Flow Type:
River Surface Level:
Drain Feature:
Flood Risk
Management Status:
Water Course
Name:
Water Course
Reference:
Primary River
River Wye (Afon Gwy)
D008
Primary Flow Path
Surface
Not a Drain
Flood Risk Management Indicative/Statutory Main River
WYE
562
Detailed River Network Offline Drainage
33
River Type:
Hydrographic Area:
Tertiary River
D008
Detailed River Network Offline Drainage
34
River Type:
Hydrographic Area:
Tertiary River
D008
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Waste
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
0
10
358585
219871
Local Authority Landfill Coverage
Name:
Herefordshire Council
- Has not been able to supply Landfill data
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NE
(N)
0
5
358588
220000
A13NW
(N)
0
5
358585
220000
A13NW
(W)
0
5
358558
219877
A13SW
(W)
0
5
358585
219871
A13SE
(SE)
89
5
358722
219692
A13SE
(SE)
127
5
358743
219662
BGS 1:625,000 Solid Geology
Description:
Lower Old Red Sandstone, including Downtonian
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A12SE
(W)
301
5
358205
219778
A14NW
(E)
321
5
359000
219920
A14SW
(E)
321
5
359000
219871
A14NW
(E)
332
5
359000
219986
A14NW
(E)
336
5
359000
220000
A14NW
(E)
353
5
359017
220000
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A8NE
(SE)
385
5
358818
219400
A12NE
(W)
388
5
358111
220000
A18SE
(N)
390
5
358614
220402
A14NW
(E)
451
5
359119
220000
A9NW
(SE)
452
5
359000
219479
A18SE
(N)
458
5
358690
220459
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A18SW
(N)
471
5
358417
220459
A18SE
(NE)
473
5
358895
220400
A18SW
(NW)
475
5
358298
220405
A18SW
(NW)
475
5
358250
220373
A12SE
(W)
494
5
358000
219871
A12NE
(W)
498
5
358000
220000
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A12NE
(W)
504
5
358000
220042
A19SW
(NE)
536
5
359000
220399
A19SW
(NE)
575
5
359000
220450
A7NE
(SW)
673
5
358000
219330
A17SE
(NW)
680
5
358000
220408
A17SE
(NW)
680
5
358000
220407
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A17SE
(NW)
682
5
357997
220408
A8SW
(S)
730
5
358585
219000
A8SE
(S)
731
5
358614
219000
A9NE
(SE)
765
5
359267
219311
A19NW
(NE)
816
5
359000
220734
A9SW
(SE)
824
5
359000
219000
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A7SE
(SW)
833
5
358153
219000
A7SE
(SW)
853
5
358111
219000
A17SW
(NW)
902
5
357775
220486
A17NW
(NW)
903
5
357841
220565
A9SW
(SE)
905
5
359000
218910
A7SE
(SW)
909
5
358007
219000
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
60 - 90 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A7SE
(SW)
913
5
358000
219000
A23SW
(N)
987
5
358585
221000
A24SW
(N)
989
5
359000
220923
A24SW
(NE)
989
5
359022
220914
A23SW
(N)
989
5
358511
221000
A11SE
(W)
992
5
357506
219849
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
<15 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
Source:
Soil Sample Type:
Arsenic
Concentration:
Cadmium
Concentration:
Chromium
Concentration:
Lead Concentration:
Nickel
Concentration:
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Sediment
15 - 25 mg/kg
<1.8 mg/kg
90 - 120 mg/kg
<150 mg/kg
15 - 30 mg/kg
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A12NE
(W)
370
4
358125
219964
A8NW
(S)
400
4
358461
219343
A12NE
(W)
431
4
358065
219985
A7NE
(SW)
597
4
358212
219238
A8SE
(S)
701
4
358767
219046
A8SE
(S)
731
4
358858
219040
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
35
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Goodrich Castle
Goodrich Castle, Coughton, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
44051
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Devonian
Brownstones Formation
Sandstone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
36
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Warren Wood
, Kerne Bridge, Bishops Wood, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
43941
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Devonian and Carboniferous
Tintern Sandstone Formation
Sandstone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
37
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Goodrich Castle
Goodrich Castle, Goodrich, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
11684
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Devonian
Brownstones Formation
Sandstone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
38
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Kerne Lodge
, Kerne Bridge, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
174226
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Devonian
Brownstones Formation
Sandstone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
39
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Warren Farm
, Kerne Bridge, Bishops Wood, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
43944
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Carboniferous
Avon Group (Lower Limestone Shale)
Limestone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
40
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Warren Farm
, Kerne Bridge, Bishops Wood, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
43943
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Carboniferous
Avon Group (Lower Limestone Shale)
Limestone
Located by supplier to within 10m
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A12NW
(W)
790
4
357705
219984
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220001
A13NW
(W)
0
4
358558
219877
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NE
(N)
0
4
358588
220000
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13NE
(N)
0
4
358588
220000
A13NW
(W)
0
4
358558
219877
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13SW
(W)
73
4
358436
219812
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
41
Site Name:
Location:
Source:
Reference:
Type:
Status:
Operator:
Operator Location:
Periodic Type:
Geology:
Commodity:
Positional Accuracy:
Goodrich Castle
, Goodrich, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
134829
Opencast
Ceased
Unknown Operator
Unknown Operator
Devonian
Brownstones Formation
Sandstone
Located by supplier to within 10m
BGS Measured Urban Soil Chemistry
No data available
BGS Urban Soil Chemistry Averages
No data available
Coal Mining Affected Areas
In an area that might not be affected by coal mining
Non Coal Mining Areas of Great Britain
Risk:
Source:
Rare
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Non Coal Mining Areas of Great Britain
Risk:
Source:
Rare
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Moderate
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Moderate
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Ground Dissolution Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Ground Dissolution Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
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Geological
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13NW
(NW)
141
4
358366
220000
A13SW
(S)
153
4
358483
219594
A13NW
(NW)
167
4
358338
220000
A13NW
(W)
182
4
358313
219915
A13NW
(W)
230
4
358272
220000
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NE
(N)
0
4
358588
220000
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13NW
(W)
0
4
358558
219877
A13NE
(N)
0
4
358588
220000
A13NW
(W)
0
4
358558
219877
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220000
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220001
A13SW
(W)
0
4
358585
219871
A13NW
(N)
0
4
358585
220001
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Moderate
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
Very Low
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
Hazard Potential:
Source:
No Hazard
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Radon Potential - Radon Protection Measures
Protection Measure: No radon protective measures are necessary in the construction of new
dwellings or extensions
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Source:
Radon Potential - Radon Protection Measures
Protection Measure: No radon protective measures are necessary in the construction of new
dwellings or extensions
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Source:
Radon Potential - Radon Affected Areas
Affected Area:
Source:
The property is in a lower probability radon area, as less than 1% of homes
are above the action level
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
Radon Potential - Radon Affected Areas
Affected Area:
Source:
The property is in a lower probability radon area, as less than 1% of homes
are above the action level
British Geological Survey, National Geoscience Information Service
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Industrial Land Use
Map
ID
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Details
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
82
-
358698
220060
Fuel Station Entries
42
Name:
Location:
Brand:
Premises Type:
Status:
Positional Accuracy:
Nelsons Garage
Walford, ROSS-ON-WYE, Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Obsolete
Not Applicable
Obsolete
Automatically positioned to the address
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Sensitive Land Use
Quadrant
Reference
(Compass
Direction)
Estimated
Distance
From Site
Contact
NGR
A13SW
(W)
0
7
358585
219871
Wye Valley
N
327352404.78
30th December 1971
Natural England
A13SW
(W)
0
6
358585
219871
Not Given
N
1263631
Forestry Commission
A9NE
(SE)
996
8
359523
219297
A13SW
(W)
0
9
358585
219871
A13SW
(W)
0
9
358504
219863
A13SW
(W)
101
6
358399
219840
A13SW
(W)
101
6
358399
219840
A13SW
(W)
102
7
358400
219830
Map
ID
Details
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
43
Name:
Multiple Areas:
Total Area (m2):
Designation Date:
Source:
Wye Valley (England)
N
210041917
1st January 1971
Natural Resources Wales
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
44
Name:
Multiple Areas:
Total Area (m2):
Designation Date:
Source:
Forest Parks
45
Name:
Multiple Area:
Area (m2):
Source:
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
46
Name:
Description:
Source:
Not Supplied
Groundwater
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA - formerly
FRCA)
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
47
Name:
Description:
Source:
Not Supplied
Surface Water
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA - formerly
FRCA)
Sites of Special Scientific Interest
48
Name:
Multiple Areas:
Total Area (m2):
Source:
Reference:
Designation Details:
Designation Date:
Date Type:
Designation Details:
Designation Date:
Date Type:
Designation Details:
Designation Date:
Date Type:
Designation Details:
Designation Date:
Date Type:
Designation Details:
Designation Date:
Date Type:
River Wye
Y
7530010.73
Natural England
1006327
Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty
28th November 1996
Notified
Local Wildlife Trust Reserve
28th November 1996
Notified
National Trust Reserve
28th November 1996
Notified
Nature Conservation Review
28th November 1996
Notified
Special Area Of Conservation
28th November 1996
Notified
Special Areas of Conservation
49
Name:
Multiple Areas:
Total Area (m2):
Source:
Reference:
Status:
River Wye
Y
9338652.93
Natural England
UK0012642
Designated
Special Areas of Conservation
50
Name:
Multiple Areas:
Total Area (m2):
Source:
Reference:
Status:
River Wye / Afon Gwy (England)
Y
9648452.45
Natural Resources Wales
UK0012642
Designated
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Data Currency
Agency & Hydrological
Version
Update Cycle
February 2013
March 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Discharge Consents
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
Environment Agency - Welsh Region
August 2014
August 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Enforcement and Prohibition Notices
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
March 2013
As notified
Integrated Pollution Controls
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
October 2008
Not Applicable
Integrated Pollution Prevention And Control
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
August 2014
Quarterly
Local Authority Integrated Pollution Prevention And Control
Herefordshire Council - Environmental Health Department
Forest of Dean District Council - Environmental Health Department
August 2014
March 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Controls
Herefordshire Council - Environmental Health Department
Forest of Dean District Council - Environmental Health Department
June 2012
March 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Control Enforcements
Herefordshire Council - Environmental Health Department
Forest of Dean District Council - Environmental Health Department
August 2014
March 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
July 2012
Quarterly
December 1998
December 1999
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Prosecutions Relating to Authorised Processes
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
March 2013
As notified
Prosecutions Relating to Controlled Waters
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
March 2013
As notified
Registered Radioactive Substances
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
August 2014
Quarterly
November 2001
Not Applicable
River Quality Biology Sampling Points
Environment Agency - Head Office
July 2012
Annually
River Quality Chemistry Sampling Points
Environment Agency - Head Office
July 2012
Annually
August 2014
August 2014
August 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Quarterly
Water Abstractions
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
Environment Agency - Welsh Region
July 2014
July 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Water Industry Act Referrals
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
August 2014
Quarterly
Groundwater Vulnerability
Environment Agency - Head Office
January 2011
Not Applicable
Drift Deposits
Environment Agency - Head Office
January 1999
Not Applicable
Contaminated Land Register Entries and Notices
Forest of Dean District Council - Housing and Environmental Services Directorate
Herefordshire Council - Environmental Health Department
Nearest Surface Water Feature
Ordnance Survey
Pollution Incidents to Controlled Waters
Environment Agency - Welsh Region
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
River Quality
Environment Agency - Head Office
Substantiated Pollution Incident Register
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - West Area
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Agency & Hydrological
Version
Update Cycle
Bedrock Aquifer Designations
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
October 2012
Annually
Superficial Aquifer Designations
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
October 2012
Annually
April 2014
Quarterly
Extreme Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Environment Agency - Head Office
August 2014
Quarterly
Flooding from Rivers or Sea without Defences
Environment Agency - Head Office
August 2014
Quarterly
Areas Benefiting from Flood Defences
Environment Agency - Head Office
August 2014
Quarterly
Flood Water Storage Areas
Environment Agency - Head Office
August 2014
Quarterly
Flood Defences
Environment Agency - Head Office
August 2014
Quarterly
Detailed River Network Lines
Environment Agency - Head Office
March 2012
Annually
Detailed River Network Offline Drainage
Environment Agency - Head Office
March 2012
Annually
Source Protection Zones
Environment Agency - Head Office
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Data Currency
Waste
Version
Update Cycle
BGS Recorded Landfill Sites
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 1996
Not Applicable
Historical Landfill Sites
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - West Area
May 2014
May 2014
May 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Quarterly
October 2008
Not Applicable
Licensed Waste Management Facilities (Landfill Boundaries)
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - West Area
July 2014
July 2014
July 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Quarterly
Licensed Waste Management Facilities (Locations)
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - West Area
May 2014
May 2014
May 2014
Quarterly
Quarterly
Quarterly
Local Authority Landfill Coverage
Forest of Dean District Council - Environmental Health Department
Gloucestershire County Council
Herefordshire Council
May 2000
May 2000
May 2000
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Local Authority Recorded Landfill Sites
Forest of Dean District Council - Environmental Health Department
Gloucestershire County Council
Herefordshire Council
July 2003
May 2000
May 2000
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Registered Landfill Sites
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
March 2003
March 2003
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Registered Waste Transfer Sites
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
March 2003
March 2003
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Registered Waste Treatment or Disposal Sites
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Lower Severn Area
Environment Agency - Midlands Region - Upper Severn Area
March 2003
March 2003
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Hazardous Substances
Version
Update Cycle
Control of Major Accident Hazards Sites (COMAH)
Health and Safety Executive
Integrated Pollution Control Registered Waste Sites
Environment Agency - Midlands Region
August 2014
Bi-Annually
Explosive Sites
Health and Safety Executive
November 2013
Bi-Annually
Notification of Installations Handling Hazardous Substances (NIHHS)
Health and Safety Executive
November 2000
Not Applicable
Planning Hazardous Substance Enforcements
Gloucestershire County Council
Herefordshire Council - Minerals and Waste Department
Forest of Dean District Council - Planning Office
April 2008
July 2014
October 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Planning Hazardous Substance Consents
Gloucestershire County Council
Herefordshire Council - Minerals and Waste Department
Forest of Dean District Council - Planning Office
April 2008
July 2014
October 2013
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
Annual Rolling Update
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Data Currency
Geological
Version
Update Cycle
BGS 1:625,000 Solid Geology
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
August 1996
Not Applicable
BGS Estimated Soil Chemistry
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
January 2010
Annually
BGS Recorded Mineral Sites
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
April 2014
Bi-Annually
August 2011
Not Applicable
December 2013
As notified
Mining Instability
Ove Arup & Partners
October 2000
Not Applicable
Non Coal Mining Areas of Great Britain
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
February 2011
Not Applicable
Potential for Collapsible Ground Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Potential for Compressible Ground Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Potential for Ground Dissolution Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Potential for Landslide Ground Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Potential for Running Sand Ground Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Potential for Shrinking or Swelling Clay Ground Stability Hazards
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
June 2014
Annually
Radon Potential - Radon Affected Areas
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
July 2011
Annually
Radon Potential - Radon Protection Measures
British Geological Survey - National Geoscience Information Service
July 2011
Annually
Version
Update Cycle
May 2014
Quarterly
August 2014
Quarterly
Brine Compensation Area
Cheshire Brine Subsidence Compensation Board
Coal Mining Affected Areas
The Coal Authority - Mining Report Service
Industrial Land Use
Contemporary Trade Directory Entries
Thomson Directories
Fuel Station Entries
Catalist Ltd - Experian
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Data Currency
Sensitive Land Use
Version
Update Cycle
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Natural England
Natural Resources Wales
August 2014
March 2014
Bi-Annually
Bi-Annually
Environmentally Sensitive Areas
Natural England
August 2014
Annually
April 1997
Not Applicable
March 2014
Bi-Annually
Forest Parks
Forestry Commission
Local Nature Reserves
Natural England
Marine Nature Reserves
Natural England
July 2013
Bi-Annually
National Nature Reserves
Natural England
March 2014
Bi-Annually
National Parks
Natural England
August 2014
Bi-Annually
Nitrate Sensitive Areas
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA - formerly FRCA)
February 2012
Not Applicable
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA - formerly FRCA)
July 2014
Annually
Ramsar Sites
Natural England
March 2014
Bi-Annually
Sites of Special Scientific Interest
Natural England
March 2014
Bi-Annually
Special Areas of Conservation
Natural England
Natural Resources Wales
March 2014
March 2014
Bi-Annually
Bi-Annually
Special Protection Areas
Natural England
March 2014
Bi-Annually
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Data Suppliers
A selection of organisations who provide data within this report
Data Supplier
Data Supplier Logo
Ordnance Survey
Environment Agency
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
The Coal Authority
British Geological Survey
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Natural Resources Wales
Scottish Natural Heritage
Natural England
Public Health England
Ove Arup
Peter Brett Associates
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Useful Contacts
Contact
2
Name and Address
Contact Details
Telephone: 08708 506 506
Email: [email protected]
Environment Agency - National Customer Contact
Centre (NCCC)
PO Box 544, Templeborough, Rotherham, S60 1BY
3
Telephone: 01432 265533
Fax: 01432 260485
Website: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Herefordshire Council - Environmental Health
Department
Bath Street Offices, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2ZF
4
Telephone: 0115 936 3143
Fax: 0115 936 3276
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bgs.ac.uk
British Geological Survey - Enquiry Service
British Geological Survey, Kingsley Dunham Centre, Keyworth,
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG12 5GG
5
Telephone: 0844 844 9952
Fax: 0844 844 9951
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.landmarkinfo.co.uk
Landmark Information Group Limited
Imperium, Imperial Way, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0TD
6
Telephone: 0845 600 3078
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.naturalengland.org.uk
Natural England
Suite D, Unex House, Bourges Boulevard, Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire, PE1 1NG
7
Telephone: 0300 065 3000
Email: [email protected]
Natural Resources Wales
Ty Cambria, 29 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0TP
8
Telephone: 0131 334 0303
Fax: 0131 334 4473
Forestry Commission
231 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH12 7AT
9
Telephone: 0113 2613333
Fax: 0113 230 0879
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
(DEFRA - formerly FRCA)
Government Buildings, Otley Road, Lawnswood, Leeds, West Yorkshire,
LS16 5QT
10
Herefordshire Council
Brockington, 35 Hafod Road, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 1SH
-
Public Health England - Radon Survey, Centre for
Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards
Chilton, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 0RQ
-
Landmark Information Group Limited
Imperium, Imperial Way, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0TD
Telephone: 01432 260000
Website: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Telephone: 01235 822622
Fax: 01235 833891
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ukradon.org
Telephone: 0844 844 9952
Fax: 0844 844 9951
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.landmarkinfo.co.uk
Please note that the Environment Agency / Natural Resources Wales / SEPA have a charging policy in place for enquiries.
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Historical Mapping Legends
Ordnance Survey County Series and
Ordnance Survey Plan 1:2,500
Ordnance Survey Plan, Additional SIMs and Large-Scale National Grid Data 1:2,500 and
1:1,250
Supply of Unpublished Survey Information
1:2,500 and 1:1,250
Historical Mapping & Photography included:
Mapping Type
Herefordshire
Herefordshire
Herefordshire
Ordnance Survey Plan
Additional SIMs
Large-Scale National Grid Data
Scale
1:2,500
1:2,500
1:2,500
1:2,500
1:2,500
1:2,500
Date
1888
1904
1928
1970 - 1976
1990
1994 - 1995
Pg
2
3
4
5
6
7
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Herefordshire
Published 1888
Source map scale - 1:2,500
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas and by 1896 it
covered the whole of what were considered to be the cultivated parts of Great
Britain. The published date given below is often some years later than the
surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini
Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties,
giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Herefordshire
Published 1904
Source map scale - 1:2,500
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas and by 1896 it
covered the whole of what were considered to be the cultivated parts of Great
Britain. The published date given below is often some years later than the
surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini
Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties,
giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Herefordshire
Published 1928
Source map scale - 1:2,500
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas and by 1896 it
covered the whole of what were considered to be the cultivated parts of Great
Britain. The published date given below is often some years later than the
surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini
Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties,
giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
Web:
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Ordnance Survey Plan
Published 1970 - 1976
Source map scale - 1:2,500
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas and by 1896 it
covered the whole of what were considered to be the cultivated parts of Great
Britain. The published date given below is often some years later than the
surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini
Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties,
giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Additional SIMs
Published 1990
Source map scale - 1:2,500
The SIM cards (Ordnance Survey's `Survey of Information on Microfilm') are
further, minor editions of mapping which were produced and published in
between the main editions as an area was updated. They date from 1947 to
1994, and contain detailed information on buildings, roads and land-use.
These maps were produced at both 1:2,500 and 1:1,250 scales.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Large-Scale National Grid Data
Published 1994 - 1995
Source map scale - 1:2,500
'Large Scale National Grid Data' superseded SIM cards (Ordnance Survey's
'Survey of Information on Microfilm') in 1992, and continued to be produced
until 1999. These maps were the fore-runners of digital mapping and so
provide detailed information on houses and roads, but tend to show less
topographic features such as vegetation. These maps were produced at both
1:2,500 and 1:1,250 scales.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Segment A13
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
100
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Historical Mapping Legends
Ordnance Survey County Series 1:10,560
Ordnance Survey Plan 1:10,000
1:10,000 Raster Mapping
Historical Mapping & Photography included:
Mapping Type
Gloucestershire
Monmouthshire
Herefordshire
Herefordshire
Gloucestershire
Herefordshire
Gloucestershire
Herefordshire
Gloucestershire
Ordnance Survey Plan
Ordnance Survey Plan
Ordnance Survey Plan
Ordnance Survey Plan
10K Raster Mapping
VectorMap Local
Scale
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,560
1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
Date
1883
1885
1888
1905
1905
1924 - 1931
1924
1953
1953
1955
1964 - 1966
1968
1980 - 1986
2006
2014
Pg
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Gloucestershire
Published 1883
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Monmouthshire
Published 1885
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Herefordshire
Published 1888
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Herefordshire
Published 1905
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Gloucestershire
Published 1905
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Herefordshire
Published 1924 - 1931
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
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Gloucestershire
Published 1924
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Herefordshire
Published 1953
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Gloucestershire
Published 1953
Source map scale - 1:10,560
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
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Ordnance Survey Plan
Published 1955
Source map scale - 1:10,000
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
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Ordnance Survey Plan
Published 1964 - 1966
Source map scale - 1:10,000
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
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Ordnance Survey Plan
Published 1968
Source map scale - 1:10,000
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
Web:
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Ordnance Survey Plan
Published 1980 - 1986
Source map scale - 1:10,000
The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held
at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854
the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were
used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is
often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps
were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single
county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying
areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated
the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear
unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These
maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first
1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The
revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every
10 years or so for urban areas.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
Web:
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10k Raster Mapping
Published 2006
Source map scale - 1:10,000
The historical maps shown were produced from the Ordnance Survey`s
1:10,000 colour raster mapping. These maps are derived from Landplan
which replaced the old 1:10,000 maps originally published in 1970. The data
is highly detailed showing buildings, fences and field boundaries as well as all
roads, tracks and paths. Road names are also included together with the
relevant road number and classification. Boundary information depiction
includes county, unitary authority, district, civil parish and constituency.
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
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Fax:
Web:
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VectorMap Local
Published 2014
Source map scale - 1:10,000
VectorMap Local (Raster) is Ordnance Survey's highest detailed 'backdrop'
mapping product. These maps are produced from OS's VectorMap Local, a
simple vector dataset at a nominal scale of 1:10,000, covering the whole of
Great Britain, that has been designed for creating graphical mapping. OS
VectorMap Local is derived from large-scale information surveyed at 1:1250
scale (covering major towns and cities),1:2500 scale (smaller towns, villages
and developed rural areas), and 1:10 000 scale (mountain, moorland and
river estuary areas).
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Historical Map - Slice A
Order Details
Order Number:
Customer Ref:
National Grid Reference:
Slice:
Site Area (Ha):
Search Buffer (m):
59872918_1_1
3785
358590, 219870
A
3.71
1000
Site Details
Walford Timber Ltd, The Sawmills, Walford, Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire, HR9 5QS
Tel:
Fax:
Web:
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