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Coal Tar Plume: Appendix Boring Logs

Coal Tar Plume: Appendix Boring Logs

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Published by The Erie Wire Inc.
Part of the Malcolm Pirnie report prepared after testing for Coal Tar beneath the bedrock on the Sandusky Bay shoreline.
Part of the Malcolm Pirnie report prepared after testing for Coal Tar beneath the bedrock on the Sandusky Bay shoreline.

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STATE:COUNTY:TOC ELEV.:EASTING:BORING END:
   E   L   E   V   A   T   I   O   N   (   f  e  e   t   A   M   S   L   )   D   R   I   L   L   I   N   G   M   E   T   H   O   D   S   A   M   P   L   E   I   N   T   E   R   V   A   L   R   E   C   O   V   E   R   Y   R   Q   D   P   I   D   (  p  p  m   )   U   S   C   S   S   M
0.5 feet -- Black, dry, Fine SAND, little to few silt, trace clay; massive; well graded.No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts.0.5 to 4.75 feet -- Brown, dry, CLAY, little to few silt, trace root and debris, mediumplastic.No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts.WELL COMPLETION: Bedrock well was installed as open-hole for fulllength.
  s  o  n   i  c   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e
582.82Ohio
   G  r  o  u  n   d  s  u  r   f  a  c  e   t  o    4   f  e  e   t   9   i  n  c   h
NOTES:
- Purpose of boring: characterize subsurface and assess for the possible presence of coal tar.- AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet.- Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system, NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.- Unified Soil Classification System (USCS) designations based on field observations.- Munsell Color Chart colors determined using moist samples.- Bedrock Formation: Columbus Limestone (Dc).- RQD = (sum of length of pieces greater than four inches / length of core run) x 100- Rock core descriptors based on U.S. Bureau of Reclamation "Engineering Geology FieldManual, Volume I, Second Edition" (1998).- 6-inch diameter borehole advanced vertically into top of competent rock; 5-inch diameterPVC secondary casing cemented to bedrock; secondary seal allowed to cure >8 hours, sealevaluated and verified prior to coring activities.- Bedrock core collected using 94 mm wireline system with split inner barrel; cuttingsremoved with compressed air using potable water as necessary to control dust and cool bit;polycrystalline impregnated bit, flat kerf, surface (bit face) discharge.- Recovered rock cores measured 2.390 inches (60.706 millimeters) in diameter.- Measurements taken from top of sample-interval recovery (e.g., from the top of anindividual core run).(see below)6/14/10
   M   L  -   C   L
0.30.08.9
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION1581.4
   1   0   0   %
   D   E   P   T   H   (   f  e  e   t   )
582.4R. Hamilton32
DRILLER:DRILLING RIG:
4 inch sonic (soil); rotary with air (bedrock)
BORING START:WELL START:
580.4
ODNR LOG No.:
2027718Erie
GROUND ELEV.:
583.40
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1908484.1079
MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.:
SB-D1
DRILL CO.:
Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, OhioM. Brennan (soil); J. Wanner (bedrock)(see below)
WELL END:PROJECT;
Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)
LOGGED BY:NORTHING:
651769.56856/8/10
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0.0
577.4574.4573.4
   9   9   %  ;   E  x  c  e   l   l  e  n   t   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e
579.4
   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e
6
   1   1   9   i  n  c   h  ;   9   9   %   6   f  e  e   t   8   i  n  c   h   t  o    1   0   f  e  e   t   0   i  n  c   h   1   0   f  e  e   t   0   i  n  c   h   t  o    2   0   f  e  e   t   0   i  n  c   h   9   0   %  ;   E  x  c  e   l   l  e  n   t
568.415Bottom of secondary casing, 6.4 feet below grade.
   3   6   i  n  c   h  ;   9   0   %   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e  r  o   t  a  r  y  w   i   t   h  w   i  r  e   l   i  n  e
11569.41449576.4575.4857572.410571.412570.413578.4
- 6 feet 8 inches to 10 feet 0 inches:
Limestone; massive; light gray (10YR7/2) to light brownish gray (10YR6/2). Moderatelyhard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can bescratched with knife using heavy pressure).- Unfractured.- No definite non-native staining present on core.- Elapsed drilling time = 10 minutes; penetration rate = 3.0 feet per minute.Drilling return water exhibited dark color, definite sheen, and definite odor.
10 feet 0 inches to 20 feet 0 inches:
- Limestone; massive. Colors range from light gray (10YR 7/2) to gray (10YR 5/1); colorfrom 72 to 95 inches is gleyed (N 5/) with 20-30% light gray (10YR 7/2). Moderately hard(sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can bescratched with knife using heavy pressure).- Core, fractures, and/or fracture coatings do not exhibit definite non-native staining or odor.- Core end at top of run (i.e., 10 feet 0 inches), calcite crystal, round, 15 mm.- Very Slightly Fractured (core recovered mostly in lengths >3 feet). Fractures aremoderately open to open (1-10 mm). Fractures oriented 90 degrees from core axis.- At 90.0 inches, fracture has stylolitic structure; 50% coating on fracture face, very dark gray (N 3/) to black (10YR2/1). Other fractures have no coatings.- From 90.0 to 119 inches, pitted to 7 mm, grades from 0 to 25% abundance.- Elapsed drilling time = 26 minutes; penetration rate = 2.6 feet per minute.Drilling return water exhibited dark color and definite odor.Bedrock surface, 4.75 feet below grade.
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ODNR LOG No.:PROJECT:TOC ELEV.:
   E   L   E   V   A   T   I   O   N   (   f  e  e   t   A   M   S   L   )   D   R   I   L   L   I   N   G   M   E   T   H   O   D   S   A   M   P   L   E   I   N   T   E   R   V   A   L   R   E   C   O   V   E   R   Y   R   Q   D   P   I   D   (  p  p  m   )   U   S   C   S
567.416
   D   E   P   T   H   (   f  e  e   t   b  g   l   )
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION
GROUND ELEV.:
583.40582.82
MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.:
SB-D12027718Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)
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564.419566.417565.41820558.425559.424563.4562.421560.423561.422557.426555.428556.427(Description provided on previous page)
20 feet 0 inches to 28 feet 0 inches:
- Limestone; massive. Colors range from brown (10YR 5/3) and dark grayish brown (10YR4/2) to light gray (10YR 7/1). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife usinglight to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched with knife using heavy pressure).- Core, fractures, and/or fracture coatings do not exhibit definite non-native staining orodor.- Prominent characteristic is near-vertical fractures. Fractures from 8 to 30 inches, from35.5 to 50.5 inches, and from 51 to 78 inches are oriented 5-10 degrees from core axis;moderately open to open (1-10 mm); no coatings.- From 0 to 8 inches, pitted to 7 mm, grades from 25 to 0% abundance.- From 35.5 to 54.5 inch, pitted to 10 mm, 30% abundance; interval includes a single vug to15 mm.- From 69 to 80 inches, pitted to 5 mm, 10% abundance.- Elapsed drilling time = 19 minutes; penetration rate = 2.4 feet per minute.Drilling return water exhibited dark color and definite odor.
   2   0   f  e  e   t   0   i  n  c   h   t  o    2   8   f  e  e   t   0   i  n  c   h
End of boring 28 feet 0 inches.
   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e   N  o   t   A  p  p   l   i  c  a   b   l  e   9   2   i  n  c   h  ;   9   6   %  r  o   t  a  r  y  w   i   t   h  w   i  r  e   l   i  n  e   9   6   %  ;   E  x  c  e   l   l  e  n   t
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SITE NAME:START DATE:PROJECT #:FINISH DATE:BORING ID:GRADE ELEV.:WELL ID:TOC ELEV.:COUNTY:NORTHING:DRILL CO.:EASTING:DRILL TYPE:
NOTES:
DRILL RIG:DRILLER:LOGGED BY:SCREEN FROM:Open bedrock holeSCREEN TO:Open bedrock holeSCREEN TYPE:Not ApplicableSCREEN SIZE:Not ApplicableCASING TYPE/SIZE:Not ApplicablePUMP TYPE:Not Applicable
Ground surface
Protective platecement annular seal
feet below grade
Bottom of boring:
feet below gradeDiagram is Not to Scale6/14/20103080-0316/14/2010SB-D1583.40feet AMSLFrontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio1908484.1079sonic (soil); air rotary (bedrock)582.82feet AMSLErie651769.5685MW-D1Ingersoll-Rand TH-60- ODNR LOG No. 2027718concrete surfacesealR. Hamilton
Top of PVC riser
J. WannerBORING DEPTH:28.0feet bgl28.0
6-inch diameter boreholeBottom of Secondary Casing
6.4
Well was completed as an open-hole bedrock well. No screen,riser, or filter-pack materialswere installed.
5 inch diameter borehole5-inch diameter PVC SecondaryCasingWELL CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM
Sandusky Water Street- AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet.- Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system,NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.
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