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Coal Tar Plume: Appendix Boring Logs

Coal Tar Plume: Appendix Boring Logs

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Part of the Malcolm Pirnie report prepared after testing for Coal Tar beneath the bedrock on the Sandusky Bay shoreline.
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MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG

BORING I.D.: ODNR LOG No.: PROJECT; GROUND ELEV.: NORTHING: BORING START: WELL START: LOGGED BY: DRILL CO.: DRILLING RIG: DRILLER:

Page 1 of 2

SB-D1 2027718

STATE: COUNTY:

Ohio Erie

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031) 583.40 651769.5685 6/8/10 (see below)
TOC ELEV.: EASTING: BORING END: WELL END:

582.82 1908484.1079 6/14/10 (see below)

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

M. Brennan (soil); J. Wanner (bedrock) Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio 4 inch sonic (soil); rotary with air (bedrock) R. Hamilton

WELL COMPLETION: Bedrock well was installed as open-hole for full length. ELEVATION (feet AMSL) RECOVERY SAMPLE INTERVAL

- Rock core descriptors based on U.S. Bureau of Reclamation "Engineering Geology Field Manual, Volume I, Second Edition" (1998). - 6-inch diameter borehole advanced vertically into top of competent rock; 5-inch diameter PVC secondary casing cemented to bedrock; secondary seal allowed to cure >8 hours, seal evaluated and verified prior to coring activities. - Bedrock core collected using 94 mm wireline system with split inner barrel; cuttings removed 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 an individual core run).

DRILLING METHOD

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

SM

0.3
582.4 1

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, medium plastic. No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts.

Ground surface to 4 feet 9 inch

581.4

2

Not Applicable

0.0 ML-CL

100%

579.4

4

sonic

580.4

3

8.9

0.0
578.4 5 Bedrock surface, 4.75 feet below grade. Bottom of secondary casing, 6.4 feet below grade. 577.4 6 - 6 feet 8 inches to 10 feet 0 inches: Limestone; massive; light gray (10YR7/2) to light brownish gray (10YR6/2). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched 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.

576.4

7

Not Applicable

575.4

8

574.4

9

rotary with wireline

573.4

10

Not Applicable Not Applicable

90%; Excellent

6 feet 8 inch to 10 feet 0 inch

36 inch; 90%

572.4

11

10 feet 0 inch to 20 feet 0 inch

570.4

13

569.4

14

568.4

15 16

99%; Excellent

Not Applicable

119 inch; 99%

571.4

12

10 feet 0 inches to 20 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors range from light gray (10YR 7/2) to gray (10YR 5/1); color from 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 be scratched 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 are moderately 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.

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MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: GROUND ELEV.:

Page 2 of 2

SB-D1 583.40 SAMPLE INTERVAL DRILLING METHOD

ODNR LOG No.: TOC ELEV.:

2027718 582.82

PROJECT:

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)

ELEVATION (feet AMSL)

RECOVERY

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet bgl)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

567.4 566.4

16 17

(Description provided on previous page)

565.4

18

564.4

19 20 feet 0 inches to 28 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors range from brown (10YR 5/3) and dark grayish brown (10YR 4/2) to light gray (10YR 7/1). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light 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 or odor. - Prominent characteristic is near-vertical fractures. Fractures from 8 to 30 inches, from 35.5 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 to 15 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.

563.4

20

562.4

21

561.4

22

rotary with wireline

20 feet 0 inch to 28 feet 0 inch

96%; Excellent

Not Applicable

559.4

24

558.4

25

557.4

26

556.4

27

555.4

28

92 inch; 96%

560.4

23

Not Applicable

End of boring 28 feet 0 inches.

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WELL CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM SITE NAME: Sandusky Water Street START DATE: 6/14/2010

3080-031 PROJECT #: SB-D1 BORING ID: MW-D1 WELL ID: Erie COUNTY: Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio DRILL CO.: DRILL TYPE: sonic (soil); air rotary (bedrock) Ingersoll-Rand TH-60 DRILL RIG: R. Hamilton DRILLER: LOGGED BY: J. Wanner BORING DEPTH: 28.0 feet bgl SCREEN FROM: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TO: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TYPE: Not Applicable SCREEN SIZE: Not Applicable CASING TYPE/SIZE: Not Applicable PUMP TYPE: Not Applicable Ground surface

6/14/2010 FINISH DATE: 583.40 feet AMSL GRADE ELEV.: 582.82 feet AMSL TOC ELEV.: 651769.5685 NORTHING: 1908484.1079 EASTING: NOTES: - ODNR LOG No. 2027718 - AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet. - Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system, NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.

Protective plate

Top of PVC riser

concrete surface seal

6-inch diameter borehole 5-inch diameter PVC Secondary Casing Bottom of Secondary Casing

cement annular seal

6.4 feet below grade
5 inch diameter borehole

Well was completed as an openhole bedrock well. No screen, riser, or filter-pack materials were installed.

Bottom of boring: 28.0 feet below grade Diagram is Not to Scale

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MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: ODNR LOG No.: PROJECT; GROUND ELEV.: NORTHING: BORING START: WELL START: LOGGED BY: DRILL CO.: DRILLING RIG: DRILLER:

Page 1 of 2

SB-D2 2027716

STATE: COUNTY:

Ohio Erie

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031) 577.44 652001.2819 6/9/10 (see below) J. Wanner Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio 4 inch sonic (soil); rotary with air (bedrock) R. Hamilton
TOC ELEV.: EASTING: BORING END: WELL END:

576.84 1908430.5656 6/15/10 (see below)

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

WELL COMPLETION: Bedrock well was installed as open-hole for full length. ELEVATION (feet AMSL) RECOVERY SAMPLE INTERVAL

- Rock core descriptors based on U.S. Bureau of Reclamation "Engineering Geology Field Manual, Volume I, Second Edition" (1998). - 6-inch diameter borehole advanced vertically into top of competent rock; 5-inch diameter PVC secondary casing cemented to bedrock; secondary seal allowed to cure >8 hours, seal evaluated and verified prior to coring activities. - Bedrock core collected using 94 mm wireline system with split inner barrel; cuttings removed 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 an individual core run).

DRILLING METHOD

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

Fill material. Cobble- to silt-size concrete fragments, trace asphalt; dry grades to wet; loose. 576.4 1

575.4

2

574.4

3

Ground surface to 10 feet 0 inch

Not Applicable

573.4

4

24 inch; 20%

572.4

5

571.4

6

570.4

7 sonic

569.4

8

568.4

9

567.4

10

FILL GM ML
(Description provided on next page) - 24 inches: Black, wet, GRAVEL and COBBLE with 30-50% silt, 10-15% fine to very fine sand; loose. Cobble is angular to subrounded. Visual impacts prominent; very strong petroleum-type &/or coal-tar odor. - 26 inches: Olive brown (2.5Y 4/3) to dark olive brown (2.5Y 3/3), dry, hard, massive, unsorted, SILT with 20-25% clay, 5-10% sand, 5-10% angular coarse gravel to cobble, 05% fine gravel. Not visually impacted; relative absence of odor.

10 feet 0 inch to 14 feet 10 inch

565.4

12

564.4

13

Not Applicable 52.3 0.0

563.4

14

562.4

15 16

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50 inch; 86%

2.5

566.4

11

0.0

MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: GROUND ELEV.:

Page 2 of 2

SB-D2 577.44 SAMPLE INTERVAL DRILLING METHOD

ODNR LOG No.: TOC ELEV.:

2027716 576.84

PROJECT:

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)

ELEVATION (feet AMSL)

RECOVERY

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet bgl)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

64 inch; 139%

14 ft. 10 in. to 18 ft. 0 in.

50.7

561.4 560.4

16 17

Not Applicable

- 26 inch: Dark gray, wet, soft, SILT and COBBLE with 5-15% sand. Visual impacts prominent; very strong petroleum-type &/or coal-tar odor.

GM Not Applicable

559.4

18

sonic

10.0

- 14 inch: Grayish-brown, moist, hard to firm, SILT and COBBLE with 15-25% clay, 515% sand. Visual impacts prominent; very strong petroleum-type &/or coal-tar odor. Weathered bedrock surface, 18.0 feet below grade. Bedrock surface, 18.5 feet below grade.

558.4

19

Uppermost bedrock (recovered from 6-inch barrel) was 70% pitted to 10 mm with a single vug to 20 mm.

557.4

20

rotary

Bottom of secondary casing, 19.5 feet below grade.

556.4

21

555.4

22

554.4

23

553.4

24

rotary with wireline

21 feet 0 inch to 30 feet 0 inch

552.4

25

551.4

26

Not Applicable

94 inch; 87%

71%; Good

21 feet 0 inches to 30 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors range from light gray (10YR 7/1) to brown (10YR 5/3) with 30% gray (10YR 6/1). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched with knife using heavy pressure). - Moderately Fractured (core recovered in lengths from 4 to 12 inches, with most lengths about 8 inches in length). - Fracture coatings range from very dark gray (10YR 3/1) to black (10YR 2/1). Fractures are mostly moderately open to open (1-10 mm). Fractures are oriented at 70-90 degrees from core axis. - Staining of core begins at the lower face of a fracture at 66.5 inches from top of run and extends downward to 73.5 inches below top of run; definite petroleum-type odor at 66.5 inches; stained interval is gray (10YR 5/1); lower boundary of staining is delineated in 3 mm vertical distance. - Elapsed drilling time = 53 minutes; penetration rate = 0.17 feet (2 inches) per minute. From 21.0 to 27.0 feet, drilling return water did not have visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts. At 27.0 feet, drilling return water exhibited dark color, definite sheen, and definite odor. - Analytical sample collected from rock core interval with stained appearance that began at a fracture face located at 66.5 inches of this core run. Rock core sample was collected from 4.0 inches above the top of the stained zone (sample ID = SBD2, 66.5FF-4.0"), from 1.5 inches below the top of the stained interval (sample ID = SBD2, 66.5FF+1.5"), and from below the stained interval (sample ID = SBD2, 66.5FF+10.5").

550.4

27

549.4

28

548.4

29

547.4

30

End of boring 30 feet 0 inches.

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WELL CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM SITE NAME: Sandusky Water Street START DATE: 6/15/2010

3080-031 PROJECT #: SB-D2 BORING ID: MW-D2 WELL ID: Erie COUNTY: Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio DRILL CO.: DRILL TYPE: sonic (soil); air rotary (bedrock) Ingersoll-Rand TH-60 DRILL RIG: R. Hamilton DRILLER: LOGGED BY: J. Wanner BORING DEPTH: 30.0 feet bgl SCREEN FROM: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TO: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TYPE: Not Applicable SCREEN SIZE: Not Applicable CASING TYPE/SIZE: Not Applicable PUMP TYPE: Not Applicable Ground surface

6/15/2010 FINISH DATE: 577.44 feet AMSL GRADE ELEV.: 576.84 feet AMSL TOC ELEV.: 652001.2819 NORTHING: 1908430.5656 EASTING: NOTES: - ODNR LOG No. 2027716 - AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet. - Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system, NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.

Protective plate

Top of PVC riser

concrete surface seal

6-inch diameter borehole 5-inch diameter PVC Secondary Casing Bottom of Secondary Casing

cement annular seal

19.5 feet below grade
5 inch diameter borehole

Well was completed as an openhole bedrock well. No screen, riser, or filter-pack materials were installed.

Bottom of boring: 30.0 feet below grade Diagram is Not to Scale

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MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: ODNR LOG No.: PROJECT; GROUND ELEV.: NORTHING: BORING START: WELL START: LOGGED BY: DRILL CO.: DRILLING RIG: DRILLER:

Page 1 of 2

SB-D3 2027717

STATE: COUNTY:

Ohio Erie

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031) 575.17 652145.7360 6/10/10 (see below) J. Wanner Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio 4 inch sonic (soil); rotary with air (bedrock) R. Hamilton
TOC ELEV.: EASTING: BORING END: WELL END:

574.59 1908714.2246 6/16/10 (see below)

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

WELL COMPLETION: Bedrock well was installed as open-hole for full length. ELEVATION (feet AMSL) RECOVERY SAMPLE INTERVAL

- Rock core descriptors based on U.S. Bureau of Reclamation "Engineering Geology Field Manual, Volume I, Second Edition" (1998). - 6-inch diameter borehole advanced vertically into top of competent rock; 5-inch diameter PVC secondary casing cemented to bedrock; secondary seal allowed to cure >8 hours, seal evaluated and verified prior to coring activities. - Bedrock core collected using 94 mm wireline system with split inner barrel; cuttings removed 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 an individual core run).

DRILLING METHOD

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

574.2

1

- Fill material. Dark brown to gray, moist to wet, loose to very soft, SILT and GRAVEL with 10-15% clay, 5% cobble (to 7 inches), 5% wood debris, trace asphalt; stratified. Driller said top 18 inches of recovery probably corresponds to top 18 inches in-situ; drilling was very soft from 3 to 10 feet. No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts.

573.2

2

572.2

3

Ground surface to 10 feet 0 inch

Not Applicable

571.2

4

30 inch; 25%

3795 sonic 4018 FILL

570.2

5

569.2

6

568.2

7

567.2

8

566.2

9

565.2

10

564.2

11

10 feet 0 inch to 18 feet 6 inch

Not Applicable

563.2

12

- 14 inches: Gray to light gray, wet, very soft to loose, SILT with 25-35% gravel, 5-15% clay. - 4 inches: Gray, dry, hard to firm, massive, SILT with 15-25% sand, 15-20% clay, 5% gravel. - 23 inches: Brown to light brown, wet, loose, SILT and GRAVEL with 5-20% sand, 5-15% clay, <5% cobble (to 5 inches).

41 inch; 40%

Background

562.2

13

561.2

14

560.2

15 16

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GM

No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts throughout this sample interval.

MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: GROUND ELEV.:

Page 2 of 2

SB-D3 575.17 SAMPLE INTERVAL DRILLING METHOD

ODNR LOG No.: TOC ELEV.:

2027717 574.59

PROJECT:

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)

ELEVATION (feet AMSL)

RECOVERY

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet bgl)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

559.2 558.2

16 17

(Description provided on previous page)

557.2

18 41 inches: Brown to light brown, dry to moist, hard to loose, SILT and broken rock; no structure. 24 inches: Gray, dry to moist, SILT and angular GRAVEL (limestone). No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts throughout this sample interval.

556.2

19

555.2

20

18 feet 6 inch to 24 feet 3 inch

66 inches; 96%

Not Applicable

sonic

553.2

22

GM
Weathered bedrock surface, 22.0 feet below grade.

554.2

21

552.2

23

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

24 ft 3 in to 25 ft 6 in

551.2

24

Background

15 inches; 100%

550.2

25

ROCK Not Applicable

- 3 inches: cruched rock - 9 inches: competent rock. No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts. Bedrock surface, 24.75 feet below grade.

548.2

27

rotary

549.2

26

Drilling process to install secondary seal was difficult; required additional drilling with rotary drill rig using air to remove drill cuttings; borehole advanced to 27.5 feet to establish clean hole. Bottom of secondary casing, 27.5 feet below grade. 27 feet 6 inches to 37 feet 0 inches: - Limestone. Brown colors range from light gray (10YR 7/2) and grayish brown (10YR 5/2); gray colors range from light gray (N 7/) to gray (N 6/). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light 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 or odor. - Moderately Fractured (core recovered in lengths from 4 to 12 inches, with most lengths about 8 inches in length), except from 8.5 to 65.0 inches, which was unfractured. - From 0 to 7 inches, pitted to 10 mm, 15% abundance; interval includes 20% elongate vug to 32 mm with calcite crystals to 2 mm. - Fractures coated generally 20-50% with colors ranging from very dark gray (10YR 3/1) to black (10YR 2/1). - At 82.5 inches, a 1.0 mm-thick (measured) layer, having abrupt (delineated within 0.1 mm), smooth upper and lower contacts, oriented 82 degrees from core axis; material in this interval is black (10YR 2/1). - From 93 to 96.5 inches, breccia appearance; aggregate color is white (10YR 8/1) to very pale brown (10 YR 8/2). Clear lower boundary. - From 96.5 to 104.5 inches, laminar appearance; upper 4 inches of this interval has overturned or disturbed appearance. Clear lower boundary. - From 104.5 to 107.5 inches, faint breccia appearance. - Elapsed drilling time = 22 minutes; penetration rate = 0.4 feet (5.2 inches) per minute. No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts throughout this sample interval.

547.2

28

546.2

29

545.2

30

rotary with wireline

544.2

31

112 inches; 98%

543.2

32

542.2

33

541.2

34

540.2

35

539.2

36

538.2

37

Not Applicable

89%; Good

89%; Good

End of boring 37 feet 0 inches.

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WELL CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM SITE NAME: Sandusky Water Street START DATE: 6/16/2010

3080-031 PROJECT #: SB-D3 BORING ID: MW-D3 WELL ID: Erie COUNTY: Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio DRILL CO.: DRILL TYPE: sonic (soil); air rotary (bedrock) Ingersoll-Rand TH-60 DRILL RIG: R. Hamilton DRILLER: LOGGED BY: J. Wanner BORING DEPTH: 37.0 feet bgl SCREEN FROM: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TO: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TYPE: Not Applicable SCREEN SIZE: Not Applicable CASING TYPE/SIZE: Not Applicable PUMP TYPE: Not Applicable Ground surface

6/16/2010 FINISH DATE: 575.17 feet AMSL GRADE ELEV.: 574.59 feet AMSL TOC ELEV.: 652145.7360 NORTHING: 1908714.2246 EASTING: NOTES: - ODNR LOG No. 2027717 - AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet. - Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system, NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.

Protective plate

Top of PVC riser

concrete surface seal

6-inch diameter borehole 5-inch diameter PVC Secondary Casing Bottom of Secondary Casing

cement annular seal

27.5 feet below grade
5 inch diameter borehole

Well was completed as an openhole bedrock well. No screen, riser, or filter-pack materials were installed.

Bottom of boring: 37.0 feet below grade Diagram is Not to Scale

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MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: ODNR LOG No.: PROJECT; GROUND ELEV.: NORTHING: BORING START: WELL START: LOGGED BY: DRILL CO.: DRILLING RIG: DRILLER:

Page 1 of 2

SB-D4 2027715

STATE: COUNTY:

Ohio Erie

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031) 584.81 651694.5577 6/24/10 (see below) J. Wanner Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio 4 inch sonic (soil); rotary with air (bedrock) D. Schrencengost (soil); J. Vizzo (bedrock)
TOC ELEV.: EASTING: BORING END: WELL END:

584.41 1908309.6736 6/25/10 (see below)

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

WELL COMPLETION: Bedrock well was installed as open-hole for full length. ELEVATION (feet AMSL) RECOVERY SAMPLE INTERVAL

- Rock core descriptors based on U.S. Bureau of Reclamation "Engineering Geology Field Manual, Volume I, Second Edition" (1998). - 6-inch diameter borehole advanced vertically into top of competent rock; 5-inch diameter PVC secondary casing cemented to bedrock; secondary seal allowed to cure >8 hours, seal evaluated and verified prior to coring activities. - Bedrock core collected using 94 mm wireline system with split inner barrel; cuttings removed 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 an individual core run).

DRILLING METHOD

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

Ground Surface to 3 feet 6 inches

Concrete surface, approximately 2 inches thick. Concrete directly overlies a limestone building foundation that extends to 3.5 feet below grade.

Not Applicable

583.8

1

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

582.8

2

581.8

3 Brown with 5% light gray, dry, hard, massive, SILT with 20-30% clay gray dry hard massive 20 30%

580.8

4 No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts throughout this sample interval.

sonic

3 feet 6 inches to 10 feet 0 inches

53 inches; 68%

578.8

6

Not Applicable

0.0 0.0 ML
Brown with 5% light gray, dry to moist, hard to firm, massive, SILT with 20-30% clay. 12 inch; 100% 10 ft to 11 ft

579.8

5

577.8

7

576.8

8

575.8

9

574.8

10

ML Not Applicable

ROCK
No visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts. Bedrock surface, 11.0 feet below grade. Bottom of secondary casing, 11.5 feet below grade. 12 feet 0 inches to 22 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors range from light gray (10YR 7/1) to light brownish gray (10YR 6/2). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched with knife using heavy pressure). - Core and/or fractures do not exhibit definite non-native staining or odor. - Slightly Fractured (core recovered mostly in lengths 1 to 3 feet with few scattered lengths less than 1 foot or greater than 3 feet in length). - At 56.5 inches, elongate vug to 25 mm, calcite crystals to 1 mm. (Description continued on next page.)

573.8

11

572.8

12

rotary

12 feet 0 inches to 22 feet 0 inches

570.8

14

569.8

15 16

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Not Applicable

571.8

13

rotary with wireline

111.5 inches; 93%

93%; Excellent

0.3

MALCOLM PIRNIE BORING LOG
BORING I.D.: GROUND ELEV.:

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SB-D4 584.81 SAMPLE INTERVAL DRILLING METHOD

ODNR LOG No.: TOC ELEV.:

2027715 584.41

PROJECT:

Sandusky Water Street Project (3080-031)

ELEVATION (feet AMSL)

RECOVERY

PID (ppm)

DEPTH (feet bgl)

USCS

RQD

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

568.8 567.8

16 17

(Continued from previous page.) - Core at bottom of run is curved. - Elapsed drilling time = 25 minutes; penetration rate = 0.4 feet per minute.

Not Applicable

565.8

19

564.8

20

563.8

21

562.8

22

Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

566.8

18

12 feet 0 inches to 22 feet 0 inches

111.5 inches; 93%

Drilling return water did not have visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts throughout this sample interval.

93%; Excellent

561.8

23

560.8

24

559.8

25

rotary with wireline

22 feet 0 inches to 31 feet 0 inches

558.8

26

557.8

27

Not Applicable

99 inches; 92%

77%; Good

22 feet 0 inches to 31 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors in upper 32 inches range from light bluish gray (10B 7/) to bluish gray (5PB 6/); colors below 32 inches range from light gray (10YR 7/2) to brown (10YR 5/3). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched with knife using heavy pressure). - Moderately Fractured (core recovered in lengths from 4 to 12 inches, with most lengths about 8 inches in length. - Core, fractures, and/or fracture coatings do not exhibit definite non-native staining or odor. - Fractures are not coated. - From 32 to 51 inches, 25-35% pitted to 1 mm with a few pits to 4 mm. - From 68.5 to 75.5, 15-25% pitted to 4 mm. - Core at bottom of run is curved. - Elapsed drilling time = 29 minutes; penetration rate = 0.3 feet per minute. From 22.0 to 28.0 feet, drilling return water did not have visual or olfactory evidence of petroleum, coal tar, or similar impacts. At 28.0 feet, return water had slight sheen, no odor. From 28.5 to approximately 29.5 feet, return water had slight sheen and slight odor. -Analytical sample collected 13.0 inches from the bottom of core run (sample ID = SBD4, R3TOP-13.0"); sample selection was based on sheen observed at top of next core run.

556.8

28

555.8

29

554.8

30

553.8

31

552.8

32

551.8

33

550.8

34

31 feet 0 inches to 36 feet 0 inches: - Limestone; massive. Colors in upper 32 inches range from light bluish gray (10B 7/) to bluish gray (5PB 6/); colors below 32 inches range from light gray (10YR 7/2) to brown (10YR 5/3). Moderately hard (sample can be scratched with knife using light to moderate pressure) to hard (can be scratched with knife using heavy pressure). - Core at top of run is curved. - Moderately Fractured (core recovered in lengths from 4 to 12 inches, with most lengths about 8 inches in length. - Upper 3 inches of core had slight but definite sheen. Remainder of core did not exhibit definite non-native staining or odor. - Fractures are not coated except for lowermost end of core at 63.5 inches, which was 50% coated very dark gray (10YR 3/1) to black (10YR 2/1). - From 0 to 16 inches, 40-50% pitted to 10 mm with a few vugs to 30 mm that have calcite crystals to 5 mm. - At 31.5 inches, abrupt color change. - From 49 to 63.5 inches, 25-35% pitted to 5 mm. - Elapsed drilling time = 16.2 minutes; penetration rate = 0.3 feet per minute. From 31.0 to 35.0 feet, drilling return water exhibited dark color, definite sheen, and definite odor. From 35.0 to 36.0 feet there was a noticable reduction in return water discoloration and associated odor. - Analytical sample collected from top of core run where a sheen on rock core was observed. Analytical sample was collected from sheen zone at top of Run 3 (sample ID = SBD4, R3TOP +0.0") and from below interval of potential impact (sample ID = SBD4, R3TOP+30.5"). End of boring 36 feet 0 inches.

31 feet 0 inches to 36 feet 0 inches

549.8

35

548.8

36

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Not Applicable

63.5 inches; 101%

77%; Good

WELL CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM SITE NAME: Sandusky Water Street START DATE: 6/25/2010

3080-031 PROJECT #: SB-D4 BORING ID: MW-D4 WELL ID: Erie COUNTY: Frontz Drilling Company, Wooster, Ohio DRILL CO.: DRILL TYPE: sonic (soil); air rotary (bedrock) Ingersoll-Rand TH-60 DRILL RIG: R. Hamilton DRILLER: LOGGED BY: J. Wanner BORING DEPTH: 36.0 feet bgl SCREEN FROM: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TO: Open bedrock hole SCREEN TYPE: Not Applicable SCREEN SIZE: Not Applicable CASING TYPE/SIZE: Not Applicable PUMP TYPE: Not Applicable Ground surface

6/25/2010 FINISH DATE: 584.81 feet AMSL GRADE ELEV.: 584.41 feet AMSL TOC ELEV.: 651694.5577 NORTHING: 1908309.6736 EASTING: NOTES: - ODNR LOG No. 2027715 - AMSL = Above Mean Sea Level; NAVD 88, +/- 0.02 feet. - Well coordinates in Ohio State Plane, North Zone system, NAD 83, +/- 0.04 feet.

Protective plate

Top of PVC riser

concrete surface seal

6-inch diameter borehole 5-inch diameter PVC Secondary Casing Bottom of Secondary Casing

cement annular seal

11.5 feet below grade
5 inch diameter borehole

Well was completed as an openhole bedrock well. No screen, riser, or filter-pack materials were installed.

Bottom of boring: 36.0 feet below grade Diagram is Not to Scale

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