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Main Title USEPA Contract Laboratory Program National Functional Guidelines for Inorganic Superfund Data Review, January 2010.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Year Published 2010
Report Number EPA/540/R-10/01; OSWER-9240.1-51
Stock Number PB2011-104729
Additional Subjects Inorganic compounds ; Superfund ; Waste management ; Land pollution ; Guidelines ; US EPA ; Evaluation ; Samples ; Analytical techniques ; Quality control ; Requirements ; Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response ; Contract Laboratory Program ; Standard operating procedures
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NTIS  PB2011-104729 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 07/20/2011
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This document is designed to offer the data reviewer guidance in determining the usability of analytical data generated through the USEPA Contract Laboratory Program (CLP) Statement of Work (SOW) ISM01.X Inorganic Superfund Methods (Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration), hereinafter referred to as the ISM01.2 SOW, and any future editorial revisions of ISM01.2. This guidance is somewhat limited in scope and is intended to be used as an aid in the formal technical review process. It should not be used to establish specific contract compliance; use of this document to evaluate data generated under Inorganic SOWs other than ISM01.2 is cautioned. Definitive guidance is provided where performance should be fully under a laboratorys control (e.g., blanks, calibration verification standards, Interference Check Samples (ICSs), Quality Control (QC) audit samples, and instrument performance checks (tuning)), while general guidance is provided for evaluating subjective data that is affected by site conditions. The guidelines presented in the document will aid the data reviewer in establishing (a) if data meets the specific technical and QC criteria established in the SOW, and (b) the usability and extent of bias of any data not meeting the specific technical and QC criteria established in the SOW. It must be understood by the reviewer that acceptance of data not meeting technical requirements is based upon many factors, including, but not limited to site-specific technical requirements, the need to facilitate the progress of specific projects, and availability for re-sampling.