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Main Title Single-Laboratory Evaluation of the RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Method for Analysis of Dioxin in Hazardous Waste.
Author Shore, F. L. ; Vonnahme, T. L. ; Hedin, C. M. ; Donnelly, J. R. ; Niederhut, W. J. ;
CORP Author Lockheed Engineering and Management Services Co., Inc., Las Vegas, NV.;Environmental Monitoring Systems Lab., Las Vegas, NV.
Year Published 1985
Report Number EPA-68-03-3050; EPA/600/4-85/082;
Stock Number PB86-135175
Additional Subjects Chemical analysis ; Hazardous materials ; Solid waste disposal ; Soil analysis ; Fly ash ; Sludge disposal ; Performance evaluation ; Industrial wastes ; Chlorine organic compounds ; Herbicides ; Dioxin(Herbicides) ; EPA method 8280 ; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ; Dibenzodioxin/tetrachloro ; Dibenzofuran/tetrachloro
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NTIS  PB86-135175 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/21/1988
Collation 68p
Abstract
Single-laboratory testing of RCRA Method 8280 for the analysis of chlorinated dibenzop-dioxins and dibenzofurans has been initiated on sample matrices including pottery clay soil, a Missouri soil, a fly ash, a still bottom from a chlorophenol-based herbicide production process, and an industrial process sludge. The analytical method was intended for use in the determination of chlorinated dioxin and dibenzofuran homologs with four, five, or six chlorine atoms per molecule. Revisions to the method that were found necessary for satisfactory analytical performance have been developed and have been incorporated into a revised version of the method. Single-laboratory testing of method 8280 with minor revisions demonstrated satisfactory performance for the target analytes on soil and fly ash samples. Further modification and elaboration of sample cleanup procedures were necessary for analysis of the still bottom and industrial sludge samples.