1. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
      2. Bureau of Waste Management
      3. DEFINITIONS:
      4. REFERENCES:
      5. TECHNICAL GUIDANCE:
      6. Appendix A
      7. Sampling and Analyses for Regulated Material to be Used as Fill
      8. Appendix B
      9. Table FP-1a
      10. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      11. Appendix B
      12. Table FP-1a
      13. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      14. Appendix B
      15. Table FP-1a
      16. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      17. Appendix B
      18. Table FP-1a
      19. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      20. Appendix B
      21. Table FP-1a
      22. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      23. Appendix B
      24. Table FP-1a
      25. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      26. Appendix B
      27. Table FP-1a
      28. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      29. Appendix B
      30. Table FP-1a
      31. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      32. Appendix B
      33. Table FP-1a
      34. Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
      35. Appendix B
      36. Table FP-1b
      37. Chemical Concentration Limits For Metals and Inorganics

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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Bureau of Waste Management
DOCUMENT NUMBER:
258-2182-773
EFFECTIVE DATE:
Upon publication of notice as final in the
Pennsylvania Bulletin
TITLE:
Management of Fill
AUTHORITY:
This document is established in accordance with the Act of July 7, 1980,
as amended, 35 P.S. §§ 6018.101
et seq.
, known as the Solid Waste
Management Act (SWMA); the Act of June 22, 1937, as amended, 35 P.S.
§§ 691.1
et seq
., known as the Clean Streams Law; the Act of April 9,
1929, Section 1917-A of the Administrative Code, 71 P.S. § 510-17; the
Act of July 18, 1995, 35 P.S. §§ 6026.101
et seq.
, known as the Land
Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act.
POLICY:
This policy is designed to replace the Department of Environmental
Protection’s (DEP or Department) existing Clean Fill Policy dated
August 7, 2010.
PURPOSE
:
This policy provides DEP’s procedures for determining whether material
is clean fill or regulated fill. Regulated fill may not be used unless a
SWMA permit is secured by the individual or entity using the regulated
fill.
APPLICABILITY:
This policy shall be used to evaluate whether material qualifies as clean
fill or regulated fill. This policy does not apply to mine land reclamation
activities subject to a permit. Excavation, movement or reuse of fill
material within a project area or right-of-way of a project is not an activity
that requires a SWMA permit.
DISCLAIMER:
The policies and procedures outlined in this guidance document are
intended to supplement existing requirements. Nothing in the policies or
procedures shall affect regulatory requirements. The policies and
procedures herein are not an adjudication or a regulation. There is no
intent on the part of the DEP to give the rules in these policies that weight
or deference. This document establishes the framework within which
DEP will exercise its administrative discretion in the future. DEP reserves
the discretion to deviate from this policy statement if circumstances
warrant.
PAGE LENGTH:
17 pages

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DEFINITIONS:
Act 2
- The Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act, Act of May 18, 1995
(P.L. 4, No. 1995-2), 35 P.S. §§ 6026.101 et seq.
Clean fill
- Uncontaminated, nonwater-soluble, nondecomposable inert solid material. The term
includes soil, rock, stone, dredged material, used asphalt, and brick, block or concrete from construction
and demolition activities that is separate from other waste and recognizable as such. (25 Pa. Code
§§ 271.101 and 287.101) The term does not include materials placed in or on the waters of the
Commonwealth unless otherwise authorized.
Environmental due diligence
- Investigative techniques, including, but not limited to, visual property
inspections, electronic data base searches, review of ownership and use history of property, Sanborn
maps, environmental questionnaires, transaction screens, analytical testing, environmental assessments
or audits.
Historic fill
- Material (excluding landfills, waste piles and impoundments) used to bring an area to
grade prior to 1988 that is a conglomeration of soil and residuals, such as ashes from the residential
burning of wood and coal, incinerator ash, coal ash, slag, dredged material and construction and
demolition waste. The term does not include iron or steel slag that is separate from residuals if it meets
the coproduct definition and the requirements of 25 Pa. Code § 287.8. The term does not include coal
ash that is separate from residuals if it is beneficially used in accordance with 25 Pa. Code
§ 287.661 - 287.666.
Regulated fill
- Soil, rock, stone, dredged material, used asphalt, historic fill, and brick, block or
concrete from construction and demolition activities that is separate from other waste and recognizable
as such that has been affected by a spill or release of a regulated substance and the concentrations of
regulated substances exceed the values in Appendix B, Tables FP-1a (Organic Constituents) and FP-1b
(Metals and Inorganic Constituents).
Regulated substance
- The term shall include hazardous substances and contaminants regulated under
the Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act, and substances covered by the Clean Streams Law, the Air Pollution
Control Act, the Solid Waste Management Act, the Infectious and Chemotherapeutic Waste Law, and
the Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act.
Release
- Spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping,
leaching, dumping or disposing of a regulated substance into the environment in a manner not
authorized by the Department of Environmental Protection. The term includes the abandonment or
discarding of barrels, containers, vessels and other receptacles containing a regulated substance.
Uncontaminated material
- Material unaffected by a spill or release of a regulated substance, or if
affected by a spill or release, the concentrations of regulated substances are below the numerical values
specified in Appendix B, Tables FP-1a and FP-1b.
REFERENCES:
25 Pa. Code Chapters 287 to 299 (residual waste regulations)
25 Pa. Code Chapters 271 to 285 (municipal waste regulations)
Solid Waste Management Act, 35 P.S. §§ 6018.101
et seq.
Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act, 35 P.S. §§ 6026.101
et seq.

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TECHNICAL GUIDANCE:
FILL DETERMINATION
1)
To determine whether fill is clean or regulated, a person must perform environmental due
diligence.
1
a)
If due diligence shows no evidence of a release of a regulated substance, the material may
be managed as clean fill under this policy.
b)
If due diligence shows evidence of a release, the material must be tested to determine if it
qualifies as clean fill. Testing must be performed in accordance with Appendix A.
i)
If testing reveals that the material contains concentrations of regulated substances
that are below the appropriate numerical limits for residential use in Appendix B,
Tables FP-1a and FP-1b, the material must be managed as clean fill.
ii)
If testing reveals that the material contains concentrations of regulated substances
that exceed the numerical limits for residential use in Appendix B, Tables FP-1a
and FP-1b, the material must be managed as regulated fill.
2)
A person may not blend or mix materials to become clean fill. Materials that contain regulated
substances that are intentionally released may not be managed under this policy.
MANAGEMENT OF REGULATED FILL
1)
Materials identified as regulated fill are waste and must be managed in accordance with the
Department’s municipal or residual waste regulations, whichever is applicable, based on 25 Pa.
Code §§ 287.2 or 271.2. Regulated fill may be beneficially used under General Permit
WMGR096 (regulated fill as defined in Guidance Document 258-2182-773 (Management of
Fill)) if the materials and the proposed activities for the fill meet the conditions of that permit. A
person may apply for an industry-wide beneficial use general permit for the beneficial use of
regulated fill in lieu of this general permit.
2)
Regulated fill may not be placed on a greenfield property not planned for development, or on a
property currently in residential use or planned for residential use unless otherwise authorized.
3)
Fill containing concentrations of regulated substances that exceed the values in Tables GP-1a
and GP-1b of General Permit WMGR096 may not be managed under the provisions of this
policy or General Permit WMGR096, but must be otherwise managed in accordance with the
provisions of the Department’s municipal or residual waste regulations.
4)
A general permit is not required for remediation activities undertaken entirely on an Act 2 site
pursuant to the requirements of Section 902 of the Land Recycling and Environmental
Remediation Standards Act. A general permit is also not required if regulated fill from an Act 2
site is used as construction material at a receiving site that is being remediated to attain an Act 2
1
Analytical assessment, testing or sampling is only required if visual inspection or reviews of historic property use indicates
evidence of a release of a regulated substance.

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standard as long as the procedural and substantive requirements of Act 2 are met. Regulated
substances contained in the regulated fill must be incorporated into the notice of intent to
remediate and the final report. Movement of regulated fill between Act 2 sites must be
documented in both the sending and receiving sites’ cleanup plans and final reports. Placement
of the regulated fill may not cause the receiving site undergoing remediation to exceed the
selected Act 2 standard.
MANAGEMENT OF CLEAN FILL
1)
Use of material as clean fill does not require a permit under the Solid Waste Management Act
and regulations, and it may be used in an unrestricted or unregulated manner under this Act and
its regulations. The use of materials as clean fill is still regulated under other environmental laws
and regulations. A person using materials as clean fill under this policy is still subject to and
must comply with all applicable requirements governing the placement or use of material as
clean fill, such as Chapter 102 (Erosion and Sediment Control) and Chapter 105 (Dam Safety
and Waterway Management).
2)
Any person placing clean fill which has been affected by a release of a regulated substance on a
property must certify the origin of the fill material and results of analytical testing to qualify the
material as clean fill on Form FP-001 (Certification of Clean Fill). Form FP-001 must be
retained by the owner of the property receiving the clean fill.
3)
Best management practices (BMP) must be followed prior to demolition activities to remove
materials like lead-based paint surface, friable asbestos and hazardous materials such as mercury
switches, PCB ballasts and fluorescent light bulbs from a building if the brick, block, or concrete
is used as clean fill.
4)
Clean fill may not contain any free liquids based on visual inspection, and shall not create public
nuisances (for example objectionable odors) to users of the receiving property or adjacent
properties.

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Appendix A
Sampling and Analyses for Regulated Material to be Used as Fill
Sampling of regulated material proposed to be used as fill shall be done either by composite samples or
by discrete samples. Sampling in either case shall be random and representative of the entire fill
material being sampled. Sampling shall be in accordance with the most current version of the EPA
RCRA Manual, SW-846
(Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods. Office
of Solid Waste and Emergency Response).
(a)
Sampling based on composite sampling procedures shall include the following:
(i)
For volumes of material equal to or less than 125 cubic yards, a total of ten samples shall
be collected and analyzed as follows:
(A)
For analysis of all substances other than volatile organic compounds (VOCs), the
samples shall be analyzed in two composites of four samples each, in accordance
with the most current version of the USEPA Manual, SW-846.
(B)
Two samples shall be selected from the eight samples for analysis of VOCs. The
samples shall be based on field screening of the eight samples to select those
samples that are most likely to contain the highest concentrations of VOCs.
(C)
Two grab samples shall be taken from the same areas in the material from which
the two samples used for field screening of VOCs were taken, in accordance with
Method 5035 from the most current version of the USEPA Manual, SW-846.
(ii)
For volumes of material greater than 125 cubic yards and less than or equal to
3,000 cubic yards, a total of 15 samples shall be collected and analyzed as follows:
(A)
For analysis of all substances other than VOCs, the samples shall be analyzed in
three composites of four samples each.
(B)
Three samples shall be selected from the 12 samples for analysis of VOCs. The
samples shall be based on field screening of the 12 samples to select those
samples that are most likely to contain the highest concentrations of VOCs.
(C)
Three grab samples shall be taken from the same areas in the material from which
the three samples used for field screening of VOCs were taken, in accordance
with EPA Method 5035, referenced in subparagraph (i)(C).
(iii)
For each additional 3,000 cubic yards of material or part thereof over the initial
3,000 cubic yards, 15 additional samples shall be collected and analyzed as follows:
(A)
For analysis of all substances other than VOCs, the samples shall be analyzed in
three composites of four samples each.
(B)
Three samples for analysis of VOCs shall be selected from the 12 samples for
analysis of VOCs. The samples shall be based on field screening of the

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12 samples to select those samples that are most likely to contain the highest
concentrations of VOCs.
(C)
Three grab samples shall be taken from the same areas in material from which the
three samples used for field screening of VOCs were taken, in accordance with
EPA Method 5035, referenced in subparagraph (i)(C).
(b)
Sampling based on discrete sampling procedures shall include the following:
(i)
For volumes of material equal to or less than 125 cubic yards, a minimum of ten samples
shall be collected and analyzed. For volumes of material greater than 125 cubic yards
and less than or equal to 3,000 cubic yards, a minimum of 15 samples shall be collected
and analyzed. For each additional 3,000 cubic yards of material or part thereof over the
initial 3,000 cubic yards, a minimum of 15 additional samples shall be collected and
analyzed.
(ii)
For VOCs analysis, grab sampling procedures shall be the procedures described in
subsection (a) for the equivalent volumes of material sampled.
(c)
Evaluation of results:
(i)
For a composite sample taken in accordance with subsection (a), the measured numeric
value for a parameter shall be less than or equal to the numerical limit listed in
Appendix B, Table FP-1a or FP-1b for that parameter in order for the material to qualify
as clean fill, or in Table GP-1a or GP-1b of General Permit WMGR096 for that
parameter in order for the fill material to qualify as regulated fill.
(ii)
For a grab sample, taken in accordance with subsections (a) and (b), the measured
numeric value for a parameter shall be less than or equal to the numerical limit listed in
Appendix B, Table FP-1a or FP-1b for that parameter in order for the material to qualify
as clean fill, or in Table GP-1a or GP-1b of General Permit WMGR096 for that
parameter for the fill material to qualify as regulated fill.
(iii)
For discrete samples required in subsection (b), the measured numeric values for a
substance in 75% of the discrete samples shall be equal to or less than the numerical limit
listed in Appendix B, Table FP-1a or FP-1b, or in Table GP-1a or GP-1b of General
Permit WMGR096 for that parameter with no single sample exceeding more than twice
the concentration limit for a parameter.
(d)
In lieu of subsection (c), a person may use 95% Upper Confidence Limit (UCL) of the arithmetic
mean to determine whether a fill material meets the appropriate concentration limits for use as
clean or regulated fill. The calculated 95% UCL of the arithmetic mean must be below the
appropriate concentration limit for clean or regulated fill. Sampling shall be random and
representative of the material being sampled. The minimum number of samples shall be
determined in accordance with EPA-approved methods on statistical analysis of environmental
data, as identified in 25 Pa. Code, § 250.707(e) (relating to statistical tests). The application of
the 95% UCL of the arithmetic mean shall comply with the following performance standards:

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(i)
The null hypotheses (Ho) shall be that the true fill arithmetic average concentration is at
or above the regulated fill appropriate concentration limit, and the alternative hypothesis
(Ha) shall be that the true fill arithmetic average concentration is below the regulated fill
appropriate concentration limit.
(ii)
The underlying assumptions of the statistical method shall be met, such as data
distribution.
(iii)
Compositing cannot be used for volatile organic compounds.
(iv)
The censoring level for each nondetect shall be the assigned value randomly generated
that is between zero and the limit related to the practical quantitation limit (PQL).
(v)
Tests shall account for spatial variability, unless otherwise approved by the Department.
(vi)
Statistical testing shall be done individually for each parameter present in the fill.
(vii)
Where a fill has distinct physical, chemical or biological characteristics, or originates
from different areas, the statistical testing shall be done separately.
(viii) The following information shall be documented:
(A)
A description of the original areas of the fill and physical, chemical and biological
characteristics of the fill.
(B)
A description of the underlying assumptions of the statistical method.
(C)
Documentation showing that the sample data set meets the underlying
assumptions of the statistical method.
(D)
Documentation of input and output data for the statistical test, presented in tables
or figures, or both, as appropriate.
(E)
An interpretation and conclusion of the statistical test.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
ACENAPHTHENE
83-32-9
2700
2700
ACENAPHTHYLENE
208-96-8
2500
2500
ACEPHATE
30560-19-1
0.9
0.9
ACETALDEHYDE
75-07-0
0.23
0.23
ACETONE
67-64-1
41
370
ACETONITRILE
75-05-8
1.9
1.5
ACETOPHENONE
98-86-2
200
200
ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE, 2- (2AAF)
53-96-3
0.069
0.07
ACROLEIN
107-02-8
0.00062
0.00047
ACRYLAMIDE
79-06-1
0.00057
0.00066
ACRYLIC ACID
79-10-7
0.051
0.039
ACRYLONITRILE
107-13-1
0.0087
0.01
ALACHLOR
15972-60-8
0.077
0.077
ALDICARB
116-06-3
0.12
0.05
ALDRIN
309-00-2
0.10
0.47
ALLYL ALCOHOL
107-18-6
0.58
0.0075
AMINOBIPHENYL, 4
92-67-1
0.0012
0.0012
AMITROLE
61-82-5
0.029
0.029
AMMONIA
7664-41-7
360
360
AMMONIUM SULPHAMATE
7773-06-0
24
24
ANILINE
62-53-3
0.16
0.12
ANTHRACENE
120-12-7
350
350
ATRAZINE
1912-24-9
0.13
0.13
BAYGON (PROPOXUR)
114-26-1
0.057
0.057
BENOMYL
17804-35-2
880.00
880
BENTAZON
25057-89-0
16
2.9
BENZENE
71-43-2
0.13
0.13
BENZIDINE
92-87-5
0.078
0.018
BENZO[A]ANTHRACENE
56-55-3
25
5.7
BENZO[A]PYRENE
50-32-8
2.5
0.57
BENZO[B]FLUORANTHENE
205-99-2
25
5.7
BENZO[GHI]PERYLENE
191-24-2
180
180
BENZO[K]FLUORANTHENE
207-08-9
250
57
BENZOIC ACID
65-85-0
2900
2900
BENZOTRICHLORIDE
98-07-7
0.012
0.012
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
BENZYL ALCOHOL
100-51-6
400
650
BENZYL CHLORIDE
100-44-7
0.051
0.059
BHC, ALPHA
319-84-6
0.046
0.046
BHC, BETA
319-85-7
0.22
0.22
BHC, DELTA
319-86-8
11
??
BHC, GAMMA (LINDANE)
58-89-9
0.072
0.072
BIPHENYL, 1,1
92-52-4
790
790
BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)ETHER
111-44-4
0.0039
0.0045
BIS(2-CHLORO-ISOPROPYL)ETHER
108-60-1
8.0
8
BIS(CHLOROMETHYL)ETHER
542-88-1
0.00001
0.000012
BIS[2-ETHYLHEXYL] PHTHALATE
117-81-7
130
130
BISPHENOL A
80-05-7
700
700
BROMACIL (BROMAX)
314-40-9
2
1.8
BROMOCHLOROMETHANE
74-97-5
1.6
1.6
BROMODICHLOROMETHANE
75-27-4
3.40
2.7
BROMOMETHANE
74-83-9
0.54
0.54
BROMOXYNIL
1689-84-5
63
63
BROMOXYNIL OCTANOATE
1689-99-2
360
360
BUTADIENE, 1,3
106-99-0
0.0062
0.0078
BUTYL ALCOHOL, N
71-36-3
12.00
44
BUTYLATE
2008-41-5
51.0
58
BUTYLBENZENE, N
104-51-8
950
950
BUTYLEBENZENE, SEC
135-98-8
350
350
BUTYLEBENZENE, TERT
98-06-6
270
270
BUTYLBENZYL PHTHALATE
85-68-7
10000
3000
CAPTAN
133-06-2
12
18
CARBARYL
63-25-2
41
220
CARBAZOLE
86-74-8
21
21
CARBOFURAN
1563-66-2
0.87
0.87
CARBON DISULFIDE
75-15-0
160
130
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
56-23-5
0.26
0.26
CARBOXIN
5234-68-4
53
53
CHLORAMBEN
133-90-4
1.6
1.6
CHLORDANE
57-74-9
49
49
CHLORO-1, 1-DIFLUOROETHANE, 1
75-68-3
2300
1800
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.
**
No chemical concentration limit exists in Chapter 250.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
CHLORO-1-PROPENE, 3- (ALLYL CHLORIDE)
107-05-1
0.065
0.049
CHLOROACETOPHENONE, 2
532-27-4
0.0093
0.033
CHLOROANILINE, P
106-47-8
19.00
0.42
CHLOROBENZENE
108-90-7
6.1
6.1
CHLOROBENZILATE
510-15-6
1.60
4
CHLORBUTANE, 1
109-69-3
2300
230
CHLORODIBROMOMETHANE
124-48-1
3.20
2.5
CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
75-45-6
2.6
2800
CHLOROETHANE
75-00-3
5.00
5
CHLOROFORM
67-66-3
2.50
2
CHLORONAPHTHALENE, 2
91-58-7
6200
6200
CHLORO[DI]NITROBENZENE, [2-]P
100-00-5
4.9
4.9
CHLOROPHENOL, 2
95-57-8
4.40
4.4
CHLOROPRENE
126-99-8
0.45
0.35
CHLROPROPANE, 2
75-29-6
21
16
CHLOROTHALONIL
1897-45-6
15
54
CHLOROTOLUENE, O
95-49-8
20
20
CHLORPYRIFOS
2921-88-2
23
2.3
CHLORSULFURON
64902-72-3
25
25
CHLORTHAL-DIMETHYL (DACTHAL) (DCPA)
1861-32-1
650
110
CHRYSENE
218-01-9
230
230
CRESOL(S)
1319-77-3
3.1
3.1
CRESOL, O-(METHYLPHENOL, 2-)
95-48-7
64
30
CRESOL, M-(METHYLPHENOL, 3-)
108-39-4
36
36
CRESOL, P-(METHYLPHENOL, 4-)
106-44-5
4.2
4.2
CRESOL, P-CHLORO-M
59-50-7
37
37
CROTONALDEHYDE
4170-30-3
0.00099
0.0044
CROTONALDEHYDE, TRANS
123-73-9
0.00099
0.0044
CUMENE (ISOPROPYL BENZENE)*
98-82-8
780
600
CYCLOHEXANONE
108-94-1
1400
5000
CYFLUTHRIN
68359-37-5
33
33
CYROMAZINE
66215-27-8
84
84
DDD, 4,4'
72-54-8
6.8
31
DDE, 4,4'
72-55-9
41
41
DDT, 4,4'
50-29-3
53
53
DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL)ADIPATE
103-23-1
10000
10000
DIALLATE
2303-16-4
0.15
0.64
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
DIAMINOTOLUENE, 2,4
95-80-7
0.0042
0.0034
DIAZINON
333-41-5
0.082
0.14
DIBENZO[A,H]ANTHRACENE
53-70-3
2.50
0.57
DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE, 1,2
96-12-8
0.0092
0.0092
DIBROMOBENZENE, 1,4
106-37-6
150
150
DIBROMOETHANE, 1,2- (ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE)
106-93-4
0.0012
0.0012
DIBROMOMETHANE
74-95-3
3.7
14
DI-N-BUTYLPHTHALATE, N
84-74-2
1500
1500
DICHOLOR-2-B[Y]UTENE, 1,4
764-41-0
0.0009
0.00067
DICHLOROBENZENE, 1,2
95-50-1
59
59
DICHLOROBENZENE, 1,3
541-73-1
61
61
DICHLOROBENZENE, P
106-46-7
10
10
DICHLOROBENZIDINE, 3,3'
91-94-1
8.3
8.3
DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE (FREON 12)
75-71-8
100
100
DICHLOROETHANE, 1,1
75-34-3
0.65
0.75
DICHLOROETHANE, 1,2
107-06-2
0.10
0.1
DICHLOROETHYLENE, 1,1
75-35-4
0.19
0.19
DICHLOROETHYLENE, CIS-1,2-*
156-59-2
1.6
1.6
DICHLOROETHYLENE, TRANS-1,2
156-60-5
2.3
2.3
DICHLOROMETHANE (METHYLENE CHLORIDE)
75-09-2
0.076
0.076
DICHLOROPHENOL, 2,4
120-83-2
1
1
DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID, 2,4- (2,4-D)
94-75-7
1.8
1.8
DICHLOROPROPANE, 1,2
78-87-5
0.11
0.11
DICHLOROPROPENE, 1,3
542-75-6
0.12
0.12
DICHLOROPROPIONIC ACID (DALAPON), 2,2
75-99-0
5.30
5.3
DICHLORVOS
62-73-7
0.012
0.054
DICYCLOPENTADIENE
77-73-6
0.12
3.2
DIELDRIN
60-57-1
0.11
0.11
DIETHYL PHTHALATE
84-66-2
160
910
DIFLUBENZIRON
35367-38-5
52
52
DIMETHOATE
60-51-5
0.28
0.28
DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE, 3,3
119-90-4
16
16
DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE, P
60-11-7
0.037
0.037
DIMETHYLANILINE, N,N
121-69-7
4.1
4.1
DIMETHYLBENZIDINE, 3,3
119-93-7
0.4
0.33
DIMETHYLPHENOL, 2,4
105-67-9
32
32
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
DINITROBENZENE, 1,3
99-65-0
0.049
0.049
DINITROPHENOL, 2,4
51-28-5
0.21
0.83
DINITROTOLUENE, 2,4
121-14-2
0.050
0.05
DINITROTOLUENE, 2, 6,- (2,6-DNT)
606-20-2
1.10
1.1
DINOSEB
88-85-7
0.290
0.29
DIOXANE, 1,4
123-91-1
0.073
0.084
DIPHENAMID
957-51-7
12
12
DIPHENYLAMINE
122-39-4
12
53
DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE, 1,2
122-66-7
0.15
0.15
DIQUAT
85-00-7
0.24
0.24
DISULFOTON
298-04-4
0.078
0.18
DIURON
330-54-1
0.86
6.3
ENDOSULFAN
115-29-7
30.00
110
ENDOSULFAN I (ALPHA)
959-98-8
110
110
ENDOSULFAN II (BETA)
33213-65-9
130
130
ENDOSULFAN SULFATE
1031-07-8
70
70
ENDOTHALL
145-73-3
4.1
4.1
ENDRIN
72-20-8
5.5
5.5
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
106-89-8
0.056
0.042
ETHEPHON
16672-87-0
2.1
2.1
ETHION
563-12-2
39
39
ETHOXYETHANOL, 2-(EGEE)
110-80-5
7.80
5.9
ETHYL ACETATE
141-78-6
220
850
ETHYL ACRYLATE
140-88-5
0.12
0.54
ETHYL BENZENE
100-41-4
46
46
ETHYL DIPROPYL THIOCARBAMATE, S-(EPTC)
759-94-4
65
65
ETHYL ETHER
60-29-7
53
210
ETHYLMETHACRYLATE
97-63-2
14
55
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
107-21-1
170
170
ETHYLENE THIOUREA (ETU)
96-45-7
0.034
0.032
ETHYL P-NITROPHENYL
PHENYLPHOSPHOROTHIOATE
2104-64-5
0.12
0.12
FENAMIPHOS
22224-92-6
0.17
0.06
FENVALERATE (PYDRIN)
51630-58-1
94
94
FLUOMETURON (FLUORNETRON IN EPA FEB 96)
2164-17-2
2.5
2.5
FLUORANTHENE
206-44-0
3200
3200
FOSETYL-AL
039148-24-8
9700
9700
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
FLUORENE
86-73-7
3000
3000
FLUOROTROCHLOROMETHANE (FREON 11)
75-69-4
87
87
FONOFOS
944-22-9
2.9
2.9
FORMALDEHYDE
50-00-0
12
12
FORMIC ACID
64-18-6
210
0.071
FURAN
110-00-9
0.42
1.6
FURFURAL
98-01-1
1.4
1.4
GLYPHOSATE
1071-83-6
620
620
HEPTACHLOR
76-44-8
0.68
0.68
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE
1024-57-3
1.1
1.1
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
118-74-1
0.96
0.96
HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE
87-68-3
1.20
10
HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE
77-47-4
91
91
HEXACHLOROETHANE
67-72-1
0.560
0.56
HEXANE
110-54-3
500
1400
HEXYTHIAZOX (SAVEY)
78587-05-0
820
820
HYDRAZINE/HYDRAZINE SULFATE
302-01-2
0.000098
0.00011
HYDROQUINONE
123-31-9
20
0.16
INDENO[1,2,3-CD]PYRENE
193-39-5
25
5.7
IPRODIONE
36734-19-7
430
430
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
78-83-1
76
290
ISOPHORONE
78-59-1
1.90
1.9
KEPONE
143-50-0
0.56
0.56
MALATHION
121-75-5
34
170
MALEIC HYDRAZIDE
123-33-1
47
47
MANEB
12427-38-2
2
2
MERPHOS OXIDE
78-48-8
6.6
6.6
METHACRYLONITRILE
126-98-7
0.031
0.025
METHAMIDOPHOS
10265-92-6
0.022
0.022
METHANOL
67-56-1
58.00
99
METHOMYL
16752-77-5
3.20
3.2
METHOXYCHLOR
72-43-5
630
630
METHOXYETHANOL, 2
109-86-4
0.41
0.47
METHYL ACETATE
79-20-9
690
690
METHYL ACRYLATE
96-33-3
27
27
METHYL CHLORIDE
74-87-3
0.038
0.38
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
METHYL ETHYL KETONE (2-BUTANONE)
78-93-3
54
76
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
108-10-1
2.90
45
METHYL METHACRYLATE
80-62-6
26.0
20
METHYL METHANESULFONATE
66-27-3
0.083
0.083
METHYL PARATHION
298-00-0
0.42
0.21
METHYL STYRENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
25013-15-4
120
47
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER (MTBE)
1634-04-4
0.28
0.28
METHYLENE BIS(2-CHLOROANILINE), 4,4'
101-14-4
3.9
1.7
METHYLNAPHTHALENE, 2
91-57-6
2900
600
METHYLSTYRENE, ALPHA
98-83-9
120
460
NAPHTHALENE*
91-20-3
25
25
NAPHTHYLAMINE, 1
134-32-7
0.30
0.3
NAPHTHYLAMINE, 2
91-59-8
0.01
0.012
NAPROPAMIDE
15299-99-7
860
860
NITROANILINE, M
99-09-2
0.033
0.17
NITROANILINE, O
88-74-4
0.038
2
NITROANILINE, P
100-01-6
0.031
0.49
NITROBENZENE
98-95-3
0.79
3.2
NITROPHENOL, 2
88-75-5
5.90
5.9
NITROPHENOL, 4
100-02-7
4.1
4.1
NITROPROPANE, 2
79-46-9
0.000260
0.00029
NITROSODIETHYLAMINE, N
55-18-5
0.000018
0.0000079
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE, N
62-75-9
0.000041
0.000019
NITROSO-DI-N-BUTYLAMINE, N
924-16-3
0.0033
0.015
NITROSODI-N-PROPYLAMINE, N
621-64-7
0.0013
0.0013
NITROSODIPHENYLAMINE, N
86-30-6
20.00
20
NITROSO-N-ETHYLUREA, N
759-73-9
0.000054
0.000092
OCTYL PHTHALATE, DI-N
117-84-0
4400
8800
OXAMYL (VYDATE)
23135-22-0
2.60
2.6
PARATHION
56-38-2
130
130
PCB-1016 (AROCLOR)
12674-11-2
15
15
PCB-1221 (AROCLOR)
11104-28-2
0.63
0.16
PCB-1232 (AROCLOR)
11141-16-5
0.50
0.13
PCB-1242 (AROCLOR)
53469-21-9
16
4
PCB-1248 (AROCLOR)
12672-29-6
9.90
9
PCB-1254 (AROCLOR)
11097-69-1
4.40
4.4
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
PCB-1260 (AROCLOR)
11096-82-5
30
9
PEBULATE
1114-71-2
300
300
PENTACHLOROBENZENE
608-93-5
180
180
PENTACHLORONITROBENZENE
82-68-8
5.00
5
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
87-86-5
5.00
5
PHENACETIN
62-44-2
12.00
12
PHENANTHRENE
85-01-8
10000
10000
PHENOL
108-95-2
66.00
33
PHENYLENEDIAMINE, M
108-45-2
3.10
3.1
PHENYLPHENOL, 2
90-43-7
490
500
PHORATE
298-02-2
0.41
1.6
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE
85-44-9
2300
2300
PICLORAM
1918-02-1
7.4
7.4
PRONAMIDE
23950-58-5
3.1
170
PROPANIL
709-98-8
9.2
9.2
PROPHAM
122-42-9
17
2.4
PROPYLBENZENE, N
103-65-1
290
290
PROPYLENE OXIDE
75-56-9
0.049
0.049
PYRENE
129-00-0
2200
2200
PYRIDINE
110-86-1
0.11
0.41
QUINOLINE
91-22-5
0.018
0.074
QUIZALOFOP (ASSURE)
76578-14-8
47
47
RONNEL
299-84-3
280
280
SIMAZINE
122-34-9
0.15
0.15
STRYCHNINE
57-24-9
0.89
0.89
STYRENE
100-42-5
24
24
TEBUTHIURON
34014-18-1
83
83
TERBACIL
5902-51-2
2.2
2.2
TERBUFOS
13071-79-9
0.12
0.055
TETRACHLOROBENZENE, 1,2,4,5
95-94-3
5.1
5.1
TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN, 2,3,7,8-(TCDD)
1746-01-6
0.00012
0.00014
TETRACHLOROETHANE, 1,1,1,2
630-20-6
18
18
TETRACHLOROETHANE, 1,1,2,2
79-34-5
0.0093
0.026
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE (PCE)
127-18-4
0.43
0.43
TETRACHLOROPHENOL, 2,3,4,6
58-90-2
450.00
1700
TETRAETHYL LEAD
78-00-2
0.0046
0.0046
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1a
Chemical Concentration Limits For Organics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Current
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
TETRAETHYLDITHIOPYROPHOSPHATE
3689-24-5
0.73
2.7
THIOFANOX
39196-18-4
0.12
0.12
THIRAM
137-26-8
47
47
TOLUENE
108-88-3
44
44
TOLUIDINE, M
108-44-1
0.13
0.17
TOLUIDINE, O
95-53-4
0.32
0.42
TOLUIDINE, P
106-49-0
0.32
0.32
TOXAPHENE
8001-35-2
1.20
1.2
TRIALLATE
2303-17-5
240
240
TRIBROMOMETHANE (BROMOFORM)
75-25-2
4.4
3.5
TRICHLORO- 1,2,2-TRIFLUOROETHANE, 1,1,2
76-13-1
26000
10000
TRICHLOROBENZENE, 1,2,4
120-82-1
27
27
TRICHLOROBENZENE, 1,3,5
108-70-3
31
31
TRICHLOROETHANE, 1,1,1
71-55-6
7.20
7.2
TRICHLOROETHANE, 1,1,2
79-00-5
0.15
0.15
TRICHLOROETHYLENE (TCE)
79-01-6
0.17
0.17
TRICHLOROPHENOL, 2,4,5
95-95-4
2300
2300
TRICHLOROPHENOL, 2,4,6
88-06-2
3.1
11
TRICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID, 2,4,5- (2,4,5-T)
93-76-5
1.50
1.5
TRICHLOROPHENOXYPROPIONIC ACID, 2,4,5-
(2,4,5-TP)(SILV
93-72-1
22
22
TRICHLOROPROPANE, 1,1,2
598-77-6
3.1
3.1
TRICHLOROPROPANE, 1,2,3
96-18-4
1.6
3.2
TRICHLOROPROPENE, 1,2,3
96-19-5
11
0.12
TRIFLURALIN
1582-09-8
0.96
1.9
TRIMEHTYLBENZENE, 1,3,4-
(TRIMETHYLBENZENE, 1,2,4-)
95-63-6
9
8.4
TRIMETHYLBENZENE, 1,3,5
108-67-8
2.8
2.3
TRINITROTOLUENE, 2,4,6
118-96-7
0.023
0.023
VINYL ACETATE
108-05-4
6.50
5
VINYL BROMIDE (BROMOMETHANE)
593-60-2
0.068
0.073
VINYL CHLORIDE
75-01-4
0.03
0.027
WARFARIN
81-81-2
2.60
2.6
XYLENES (TOTAL)
1330-20-7
990
990
ZINEB
12122-67-7
29
29
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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Appendix B
Table FP-1b
Chemical Concentration Limits For Metals and Inorganics
PARAMETER
Chemical
Abstract
Services
Registry
Number
Existing
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
*Proposed
Clean Fill
Total Analysis
(mg/kg)
ANTIMONY
7440-36-0
27
27
ARSENIC
7440-38-2
12
12
BARIUM AND COMPOUNDS
7440-39-3
8,200
8200
BERYLLIUM
7440-41-7
320
320
BORON AND COMPOUNDS
7440-42-8
6.7
1900
CADMIUM
7440-43-9
38
38
CHLORIDES
NA
NA
CHROMIUM III
16065-83-1
190,000
190000
CHROMIUM VI
18540-29-9
94
190
COBALT
7440-48-4
8.1
50
COPPER
7440-50-8
8,200
8100
CYANIDE FREE
57-12-5
200
200
LEAD
7439-92-1
450
450
MANGANESE
7439-96-5
31,000
2000
MERCURY
7439-97-6
10
10
NICKEL
7440-02-0
650
650
NITRATE NITROGEN
na
NA
NITRITE NITROGEN
na
NA
SELENIUM
7782-49-2
26
26
SILVER
7440-22-4
84
84
SULFATE
na
NA
THALLIUM
7440-28-0
14
14
TIN
7440-31-5
240
130000
VANADIUM
7440-62-2
1,500
1500
ZINC
7440-66-6
12,000
12000
*
Based on the current Chapter 250 standards.

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