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010-158-42162 Ground Investigation - CLEA Justifications Appendix

010-158-42162 Ground Investigation - CLEA Justifications Appendix

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Toxicology and Fate & Transport data used within CLEA UKAliphatic EC 16-35
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Oral MDI calculated using equation F4-1 in SNIFFERmanual (2003). This MDI causes CLEA UK to crash. To solve this problem within the model, ‘dummy’inhalation toxicity information has been entered into the inhalation pathway boxes within CLEA UK(and the inhalation screening criteria is subsequently ignored at the output stage of the model).Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Aromatic EC 5-7 (=benzene)
DEFRA benzene toxicology report and draft SGV report used.
Aromatic EC 7-8 (=toluene)
As per CLEA UK ‘toluene’.
Aromatic EC 8-10
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Inhalation TDI amended to account for average childbody weight and child inhalation rate (method as per Aliphatic EC 5-6). Oral and inhalation MDI takenfrom DEFRA ethylbenzene toxicity report.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Aromatic EC 10-12
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Inhalation TDI amended to account for average childbody weight and child inhalation rate (method as per Aliphatic EC 5-6). Oral and inhalation MDI takenfrom DEFRA naphthalene toxicity report.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Aromatic EC 12-16
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Inhalation TDI amended to account for average childbody weight and child inhalation rate (method as per Aliphatic EC 5-6). Oral and inhalation MDI takenfrom DEFRA naphthalene toxicity report.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Aromatic EC 16-21
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Oral MDI taken from DEFRA naphthalene toxicityreport.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Aromatic EC 21-35
Toxicity data from TPHCWG, Volume 5 (1999). Oral MDI taken from DEFRA naphthalene toxicityreport.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as EC fraction deemed to be lipophillic.
 
Fate & transport data taken from TPHCWG, Volume 4 (1997). Data converted to CLEA UK requiredformat using USEPA (2001) equations, where required.
Benzo(a)pyrene
Toxicity information taken from DEFRA toxicology report. Fate and transport information taken fromdraft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Naphthalene
Toxicity information taken from DEFRA toxicology report. Fate and transport information taken fromdraft SGV report.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as deemed to be (marginally) lipophillic.
Fluorene
Toxicity data (oral TDI) taken from Dutch RIVM toxicity report (711701025). MDI taken from Dutchbackground concentration, amended for 70kg body weight. Fate and transport information taken fromdraft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as deemed to be lipophillic.
Benzo(ghi)perylene
Toxicity data (oral TDI) taken from Dutch RIVM toxicity report (711701025). MDI taken from Dutchbackground concentration, amended for 70kg body weight. Fate and transport information taken fromdraft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Anthracene
Toxicity data (oral TDI) taken from Dutch RIVM toxicity report (711701025). MDI taken from Dutchbackground concentration, amended for 70kg body weight. Fate and transport information taken fromdraft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Acenaphthylene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.001 (Malcolm & Dobson 1994). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as deemed to be lipophillic.
Acenaphthene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.001 (Malcolm & Dobson 1994). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Briggs model used for soil to plant concentration factors, as Log K
ow
< 4.5. Dust enrichment factorsused as deemed to be lipophillic.
Phenanthrene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.001 (Malcolm & Dobson 1994). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Fluoranthene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.001 (Malcolm & Dobson 1994). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
 
Pyrene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.001 (Malcolm & Dobson 1994). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Chrysene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.1 (McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Benz(a)anthracene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.1 (McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.1 (McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene
Benzo(a)pyrene value used for index dose (TEF of 1.0; McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fate and transportinformation taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.1 (McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
Index dose amended from benzo(a)pyrene value, using TEF of 0.1 (McClure & Schoeny 1995). Fateand transport information taken from draft EA technical report P5-079/TR1.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors used (Travis & Arms 1988), as log K
ow
> 4.5. Dustenrichment factors used as deemed to be lipophillic.
Copper
Toxicity data (oral TDI and MDI) taken from Dutch RIVM toxicity report (711701025). Solubility takenfrom BPRisc database. K
d
from USEPA. Numeric soil to plant concentration factors from USEPA.
Zinc
Toxicity data (oral TDI) taken from Dutch RIVM toxicity report (711701025). Dutch MDI data causesCLEA UK to crash; to work around this problem with CLEA UK, ‘dummy’ inhalation data has beenentered. This enables the model to work. Solubility taken from BPRisc database. K
d
from USEPA.Numeric soil to plant concentration factors from USEPA.
Inorganic Cyanide
Toxicity information taken from DEFRA toxicology report. Solubility and K
d
taken from BPRiscdatabase.
MTBE
Inhalation TDI taken from BPRisc database. No MDI data available, therefore inhalation MDIcalculated using equation F4-1 in SNIFFER manual (2003). This MDI causes CLEA UK to crash. Tosolve this problem within the model, ‘dummy’ oral toxicity information has been entered into the oral

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