CES Geothermal Report
ASSESSMENT OF GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL OF THE
WARM WATER WELL and WATER QUALITY
CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER FEATURES
Proposed Helman Springs Subdivision Ashland Oregon
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ASSESSMENT OF GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL OF THE WARM WATER WELL
and WATER QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER FEATURES
Proposed
Helman
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Oregon
Springs Subdivision
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Robert A
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George Spinner
Coffan
Senior Hydrologist
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Senior Biologist
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2305 Ashland St
Ashland OR 97520
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Medford Oregon 97501
541 779 2280
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARy
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Task 1
Investigation
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Task 2
Down Hole
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of Pool and
Logging
Tank
During
Maintenance
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Draining
of the Warm Water Well
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Methods
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Results
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Discussion
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Water
Quality Comparison
of Warm Water Well to Other Waters
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Methods
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Results
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Discussion
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TABLES
Verification Measurements for Level TROLL 700 Section 2 2
Water Quality Results
Table 1
Table 2
FIGURES
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Site Map Showing Location of relevant Features
Water Quality Results
Warm Well Temperature ProfIle
Trilinear Analysis of All Water Samples
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Appendix B
Photographs
Lab Results
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Relevant features at the Site that
pertain to this assessment are shown on Figures 1 and 2 As
of the pool and the holding tank
previously reported flowing springs were observed in the bottom
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Although the depth of the warm water well was reported to be up to 700 feet below ground
surface bgs the total depth that was monitored in this assessment was only 21 1 feet bgs which
would be more typical of an older well that was likely hand dug
The temperature of the well
water was almost constant ranging from
4 degrees Fahrenheit OP at the surface of the water
80
table to 8143 OP at the bottom ofthe well
Water
quality
quality from two other springs
one
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TP
seep and groundwater encountered in two test pits With the exception of one test pit
comer of the Site near Otis Street the water
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located
in
the
southeast
quality signatures
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of the all samples are very similar to the warm water well and indicative of geothermal origin
Due to the shallow depth low temperature and relatively poor water quality the warm water well
is not a viable geothermal resource or a good water source for irrigation needs The sample from
4 is markedly different from all other samples and appears to be influenced by nearby
TP
test pit
surface water infiltration from a nearby source in the southeast upgradient comer of the Site
Spring
l and
from the
warm
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Figure
feet bgs to
Seep
encountered at 7
advanced to
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depth
at
daylighting the ground
the
over
2
well
are
was
emanating
from
to water
man
the south of these features
10 feet
bgs
north of the structures
surface is not the
of the wetland
compared
source
of the
made
and
was
This
springs
Groundwater
structures
was
not encountered in test
implies that
shallow
in the wetland
areas
pits
groundwater
Therefore
supporting
may be eliminated if the man made structures are removed
the conclusions summarized above are presented for each task below
introductory
discussions with Sage
source
Details
a
water
water
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On Tuesday
being
reportedly existed
diameter
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based
within the
CES Staff Engineer visited the Site while the
pool
and
tank
holding
The purpose of the visit was to investigate the springs that
bottom
Two spring vents both approximately 16 inches in
pool
observed in the bottom of the
on
a
wooden frame and the other is
the observations discussed below for all intent and purposes it is reasonable to
that the two vents represent
The
water
from the
assume
spring
one
pool empties
into
a
drain located
near
the two
spring vents
The
pool
was
empty at the time of
flowing to the drain
inspection The water from the spring vents in the bottom of the pool was
A small bucket with I quart gradation marks and a wrist
Photograph 3
watch were used to measure the flow rate from the spring vents At the time of inspection the
flow rate was estimated to be 2 25 gallons per minute gpm
The temperature of the water was
measured at the vents using a digital thermometer and was 78 degrees Fahrenheit
F for both
spring openings
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In addition to the
two
the south and
east
observed
spring vents water was observed to be flowing through the walls
The concrete surfaces of the pool are
pool Photograph 4
weathered showing signs of abrasion and cracking The cracks and surfaces have been maintained
with a patchwork of epoxies and sealants The deepest part of the pool is approximately eight feet
on
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Holding Tank During Maintenance Draining
pool Photograph 1 Appendix A One opening is
an
by
opening in the concrete The two openings are
The close proximity of the openings may
spaced approximately two feet apart Photograph 2
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In
order
determine
to
whether the two vents are from one or two springs a
suggest single spring
geotechnical assessment of the subsurface including water chemistry would be necessary A
geotechical assessment of the subsurface was beyond the scope of work for this project However
were
bordered
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August
of Pool and
drained for maintenance
were
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The
sides of the
flowing through the pool walls suggests
southern margin of the pool Photograph
water
the
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along
soil
applies increased stress against
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The
pool
of the
is also filled from
pool
house
an
shallow
table and
high pore pressures
The presence and build up of water in the
the walls of the pool and forces water to flow through them
artesian
warm
a
water
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water well located
approximately
The temperature of the water of the artesian well
was
500 feet southeast
measured
using
a
digital
thermometer
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The temperature of the water was 820 F at the time of inspection The flow rate of
the artesian well was not measured Water from the artesian well is conveyed to the pool holding
tank
Figure 2 via a subsurface pipe The holding tank is constructed of stone and is
approximately 10 feet long 10 feet wide and 10 feet deep and can hold approximately 7 480
gallons of water The holding tank was empty at the time of inspection In addition to the water
flowing into the holding tank from the artesian well water was observed to be emanating from a
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Therefore the holding tank also
spring in the bottom of the holding tank Photographs 6
serves as a spring box
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CES
performed
were
measured with
The
data
contains
sensor
ground
surface
bgs
Prior to
Subdivision Therefore CES
prepared to measure
bgs
logger
integrated
an
August
on
16 2006
Leve1lROLL 700
In Situ Inc
sensor
The temperature and depth data
to as the sensor
herein referred
pressure transducer water level sensor a thermistor temperature sensor a
internal power source The sensor was connected to 700 feet of RS 232 cable
with a laptop computer The top of the well housing is comprised of a 6 wide x 6
and
a
an
pool The actual top of the steel well casing is
located at the bottom of the well housing pool at ground level A wooden plank was placed over
the well housing pool The spool of RS 232 cable along with the sensor was mounted to the
plank and suspended over the opening of the well casing Photograph 8
wide
3
x
tall concrete tank similar
was
to a
Jacuzzi
calibrated for both depth and temperature parameters in the field prior to collecting
Once the sensor was calibrated and the results verified the sensor was
data measurements
lowered into the well at
one
50 seconds at each
foot interval
one
every 250 milliseconds
Water level and temperature data
was
logged at a frequency of
foot increments
resulting
in
were
a
The data
total of 250 measurements for each
collected
at
was
in
one
the bottom of the well The
bottom of the well and allowed to collect measurements for
thirty
was
measured for
one
measurement
foot interval
sensor was
placed
at
the
minutes to verify that the system
equilibrium
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Verification of the
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the down hole field work
A final set of measurements
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Methods
The sensor
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the water temperature at one foot intervals up to a depth of 700 feet
and
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water well located on the Helman
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measuring the temperature profile CES researched the well log database of the Oregon
Department of Water Resources CES was unable to locate any documentation for the artesian
warm
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The purpose of the temperature profile was to measure the depth of the well and to characterize the
water temperature variation by depth It was suggested by persons familiar with the artesian warm
water well that the
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sensor was
several instruments
confirmed
by comparing depth and temperature measurements
are
presented in Table 1
from
The results of these measurements
Table 1 Verification Measurements for LevellROLL 700
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of Water in
Well Housin
Depth
Well
2 11 feet
200 Fiberglass
Digital
Thermometer
2 13 feet
21 3 feet
Water
in
of
1 feet
21
4P
80
4P
80
78 6 P
79 0 P
Well
Housing Pool
Air
Temperature
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Pool
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Measurement
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water
warm
well is
2 feet below the water surface in the
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only
21 1
The results of the
warm
water
for the well
are
photograph
bgs
temperature profile
minimum
4 OP at the surface of the
80
presented
Figure 3 The
temperature of the well water is
well housing pool rising slightly to a maximum temperature of 8145 OP at the bottom of the well
cover
or
in
The temperature at the opening of the well casing starts at
4 OP and increases over the
80
measurement interval to 80 8 OP The next measurement interval collected at a depth of 3 25 feet
is located 1 14 feet
over
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depth
remains
from about 4 feet
relatively constant
2 3
The
The temperature at this depth starts at 80 8 OP and gradually increases
Review of Figure 3 shows that the water temperature
bgs
the measurement interval to 812 Po
bgs
to the bottom of the well
Discussion
satisfactory for this assessment Therefore the results
presented
enough
study
provide specific conclusions The depth of the
well is 21 1 feet bgs significantly less than the anticipated 700 feet bgs The temperature of the
water increases by approximately one degree from
4 OP at the top of the water column to 8145
80
OP at the bottom Due to the relatively low water temperature in a short water column the well is
not a viable resource for geothermal potential The increase in temperature with depth suggests a
sensor
was more
than
with
are
hotter water
new
of the
precision
of this
resource
at a greater
detail to
depth
but the
exiting
well would have to be deepened
or
another
well would have to be installed
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of this task
objective
other
Water
water sources at the
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Three springs in wetland
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geotechnical engineer
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samples
warm
areas were
to
Groundwater
water well
warm
was
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encountered in two of the
2
In addition
the Site
seven
test
Sage
August
on
pits
retained
16
a
2006
and CBS collected
pits
samples
W
sampling Figure
using a backhoe at
from the
areas
identified below and shown
on
Figure
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spring in the open space on lot 19 Spring I
spring near the west wall of the pool house on proposed lot 18 Spring 2
seep2 on proposed lot 10 Seep 3
groundwater encountered in test pit near the southwest comer of the Site
groundwater encountered in the test pit in the southeast comer of the Site
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4
TP
2
For purposes of this report a seep is a spring with
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install test holes
from both test
CBS collected six water
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was to
compare the water quality signature of the
Site in order to assess differences andor similarities
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suite consisted of
analyte
major ions
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magnesium
sodium
potassium
nutrients nitrate nitrite
trace metals aluminum
antimony
arsenic barium
field parameters temperature
Field work was
the
edges
deep
performed on August
covered with thick
are
and 6 feet wide
not identified
conductivity
there is
Exploration
was
sampled
Water
from the
spring
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Spring
l appears to be
s
the
open
spring using
a
4 6 feet
The hard material
Flow
area
developed Though
approximately
an
mass
basins
were
bucket
and
hand
of overgrown roots
3 2
stopwatch
dug
at
a
on
the inside
edge
of the staves and soil
on
wooden barrel of some kind No discernable flow
was
using
a
measured several feet downstream of the
bucket and
the outside
was
clearing
observed at
basin
The
edge
Seep
by creating
a
stopwatch
Results
Water
quality results are shown in Table 2 Parameters that were not significant in comparing
water quality signatures are not shown in Table 2
For example silver beryllium and cadmium
were not detected in
are therefore not shown
of
the
water
and
any
samples
Copies of all
laboratory results are included as Appendix B
Nitrate
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TP
exception of
milligrams per liter mgIL The presence of nitrate in groundwater is very often associated
human activities at the land surface from fertilizers livestock septic systems etc
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not detected in any
was
exception
4
TP
4 the
TP
pH
with the
measurements in all
samples
was
48
6
similar
exception of
Spring 2
Siemens uS
4 the
TP
conductivity in all samples
TP 2
Conductivity at
was
4
TP
with
relatively high or basic
a
comparison the Oregon
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Seep 3 to 9 64 Well I
standard
for
is
pH between
Quality secondary
to precipitation and surface water
to 754 uS
3 94
were
of Environmental
Department
at
of
sample
from 8 75 standard units
ranging
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seep is emanating from
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measured from
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Spring 2 and Seep 3 in order to collect water samples The
basins
left several hours
allow the spring flow to come back into equilibrium prior to
collecting water samples Photographs 12 and 13 During the placement of the clearing basins
field staff encountered a man made structure at Seep 3 Photograph 14
Further exploration
revealed
the
intact
of
a buried wooden stave barrel with
edge
following sampling
open water under
clearing
temporary weir and
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10 and 11
were
the
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boron cadmium chromium
open water area
of the bottom revealed a hard flat layer
vegetation
temporary weir several feet downstream from
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beryllium
copper iron lead manganese nickel selenium silver thallium and zinc
oxidationreduction potential redox and
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fluoride
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calcium
similar
was
6 5 and 8 5
ranging
The
pH
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lower at 431 uS
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4 the oxidation reduction potential redox for all
TP
Spring 2
to 215
Spring
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ofTP
samples was negative
positive 64 6 indication
was
oxidized environment
A trilinear
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exception
diagram
is
useful way to look at similarities and differences in the basic chemical
different sources
The major positively charged ions cations
and
ions anions that are found in virtually all natural water sources are plotted on
a
of water from
makeup
negatively charged
the diagram Where they plot on the diagram is a result of the relative concentration of one ion in
the sample to other ions in the sample The size of the
point that is plotted is relative to the total
dissolved solids in the sample Trilinear analysis of all water
samples is shown in Figure 4 With
the exception of
4 all samples are clumped together in the anion triangle due to the relatively
TP
4 is relatively high in carbonates with almost no
TP
high chloride concentrations In comparison
chloride
The well springs and seep all plot together in the cation triangle as well comprised
almost entirely by sodium TP 2 has the highest total dissolved solids IDS of all
samples The
4 may indicate mixing
TP
higher IDS and the location of TP 2 relative to the clumped points and
of the groundwater at TP 4 and the geothermal waters in the well and
springs
Concentrations of several metals
including aluminum iron and manganese were higher in the test
pit samples
surprising since the samples in the test pits were collected immediately
after excavation and the water was turbid with suspended sediments However with the
exception
4 boron concentrations for all samples were similar ranging from 3 73 mgIL W I to 4 73
ofTP
4 at 0 70 mgIL
TP
mgIL TP 2 Boron was markedly lower in
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minute at
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Spring
comparison
3 3
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springs
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Discemable flow
was
to the artesian flow of the
gallons
per minute
not observed at
water
warm
Seep
at
3
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and
These flows
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are
gallons per
relatively low
well
Discussion
exception
of the
groundwater encountered
in the test
pit in the southeast comer of the Site
Otis Street
4 there is a marked similarity in water quality from the different sources
TP
The water quality is indicative of geothermal origin as evidenced by high pH reduced conditions
high sodium and chloride concentrations Groundwater at TP 4 is different from all other samples
and shows contribution of surface water as evidenced by the presence of nitrate and neutral pH
The source of groundwater at
4 is likely the inftltration of nearby surface water south of Otis
TP
Street Groundwater at TP 2 is likely a combination of mixing between the surface water derived
near
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bgs
Seep
ground
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are
geothermal
emanating
derived water in the other locations
from
man
to the south of these features and
of over 10 feet
the
4 and the
TP
bgs
north of the structures
surface is not the
source
of the
the wetland water may be removed if the
made structures
was
This
not
encountered in test
implies
springs in the
man
Groundwater
that shallow
wetland
made structures
are
pits
was
encountered at
advanced to
depth
groundwater daylighting at
areas
Therefore the
a
source
of
removed
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Water
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results
pH indicate that the water
from the
water well would not be suitable for
irrigating crops For example though boron is
an essential plant nutrient at low concentrations it can be toxic to many plant
species especially
trees when concentrations in water exceed
0
5
to
0
75
The boron
approximately
mgIL
notably
the
high boron
sodium chloride
and
warm
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over
five times
greater
than these values
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Alkalinity
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Units
20 4
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Analyzed
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Aluminum
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1 22
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NO
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0 006
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200 8
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EPA 200 7
A
NO
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EPA 200 8
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0 004
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EPA 200 7
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08 18 06
Cadmium
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0001
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0 005
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EPA 200 7
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3 98
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N L
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EPA 300 0
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EPA 200 8
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EPA 200 7
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Analyzed
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NO
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NO
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EPA 200 7
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N L
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EPA 200 8
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NO
0 0001
mg L
0 005
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EPA 200 7
A
3 82
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mg L
N L
0818 06
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EPA
300 0
A
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mg L
250
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Chromium
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0005
mglL
01
08 1806
Copper
EPA 200 7
A
NO
01
0
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1 3 AL
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EPA 300 0
A
3 49
02
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2
08 17 06
Hardness
EPA 200 7
A
9 61
38
mg L
250
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Iron
EPA 200 7
A
0 0328
0 015
mg L
03
08 18 06
Lead
EPA 200 8
A
0 000214
0 0001
mg L
0 015 AL
08 18 06
Lithium
EPA 200 7
0 173
0 1
mg L
N L
0818 06
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EPA 200 7
A
NO
1
mg L
N L
0818 06
Manganese
EPA 200 7
A
NO
0 02
mg L
0 05
08 18 06
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NO
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0 1
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NO
02
mg L
10
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0 05
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N L
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EPA
Nitrite Nitrogen
EPA 300 0
pH
SM 4500
Potassium
EPA 200 7
Selenium
EPA 200 8
A
0 00271
0 0005
mg L
0 05
08 18 06
Silver
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0001
mg L
0 1
08 18 06
Sodium
EPA 200 7
A
144
10
mglL
N L
0818 06
Specific Conductance
SM 2510B
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606
1
N L
08 17 06
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EPA
A
5
0 5
40
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Notes
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pH
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EPA 200 7
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NO
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0 006
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EPA 200 8
A
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EPA 200 8
A
NO
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08 18 06
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EPA 200 7
A
3 73
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0818106
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EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0001
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0 005
08 1806
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EPA 200 7
A
2 47
1
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N L
08 1806
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EPA 300 0
A
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10
mg L
250
08 18 06
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EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0005
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0 1
08 1806
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EPA 200 7
A
NO
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08 18 06
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EPA 300 0
A
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08 17 06
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EPA
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250
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EPA 200 7
A
NO
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0 3
08 18 06
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EPA 200 8
A
NO
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08 18 06
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EPA 200 7
0 131
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EPA 200 7
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NO
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pH
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A
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EPA 200 8
A
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Nitrate
Nitrite
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
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Sulfate
Notes
MRL Minimum
TM
Top
30 is a
Reporting Limit
registered trade mark
The current Arsenic limit for
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Not Detected at the MRL
of Neilson Research
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No Limit
Accredited
water
pH Units
08 21 06
02
Laboratory
ORELAP 100016
028
OR
systems must comply by Jan 2006 to the new Arsenic limit
mglL
Please Note
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or
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may be required
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EP A Limit
Analyzed
08 23 06
42 0
6
mg L
EPA 200 7
A
112
0 005
mg L
0 05
Antimony
EPA 200 8
A
0 000292
0 0002
mg L
0 006
Arsenic
EPA 200 8
A
0
0 0005
mg L
0 010
Barium
EPA 200 7
A
0 585
0 05
mg L
2 0
08 24 06
08 24 06
00990
08 23 06
02
08 24 06
08 24 06
24
08
06
Beryllium
EPA 200 8
A
0 00147
0 0001
mg L
0 004
Boron
EPA 200 7
A
4 73
0 05
mg L
N L
08 24106
Cadmium
EPA 200 8
A
0 000506
0 0001
mg L
0 005
08 24 06
Calcium
EPA 200 7
A
51 3
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Chloride
EPA 300 0
A
178
20
mg L
250
08 23 06
Chromium
EPA 200 8
A
0 0947
0 0005
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
Copper
EPA 200 7
A
0 113
001
mg L
1 3AL
08 24 06
Fluoride
EPA 300 0
A
3 66
02
mg L
2
08 2306
Hardness
EPA 200 7
A
431
38
mg L
250
Iron
EPA 200 7
A
113
0 15
mg L
03
Lead
EPA 200 8
A
0 0225
0 0001
mg L
Lithium
EPA 200 7
1 06
0 1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Magnesium
EPA 200 7
A
73 6
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Manganese
EPA 200 7
A
2 09
0 02
mg L
0 05
08 24 06
Nickel
EPA 200 8
A
0 0553
0 0005
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
EPA 300 0
A
NO
02
mg L
10
08 23 06
EPA 300 0
A
NO
0 05
mg L
1
pH
SM 4500 H B
A
9 53
Potassium
EPA
28 4
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Selenium
EPA 200 8
A
0 00174
0 0005
mg L
0 05
08124 06
Silver
EPA 200 8
A
0 000162
0 0001
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
Sodium
EPA 200 7
A
144
10
mg L
Specific Conductance
SM 2510B
A
676
1
Sulfate
EPA 300 0
A
2 03
0 5
Nitrate
Nitrite
Notes
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
MRL Minimum
TM
Top
30 is
a
200 7
Reporting Limit
registered trade mark
ND
The current Arsenic limitfor
public water
H
Not Detected at the MRL
of Neilson
N L
0 1
pH Units
mhos
cm
mg L
a
systems is 0 05 mglL All public
need for
015
0
08 24 06
08 24 06
AL
water
water
treatment
or
systems must comply by Jan 2006
conditioning additional testing may be required
Page
3 of 20
08 24 06
08 23 06
65
85
08123106
L
N
08 24 06
N L
08 23 06
40
08 23 06
No Limit
L
mg
Please Note Ifthe test results indicate
4
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NRC
I
Date
Result
Aluminum
of 0 010
I
Accredited
to
the
028
OR
new
Arsenic limit
1
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245 South
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Street Medford
Oregon
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97501
541 770 5678 Fax 541 770 2901
A naIYSIS R eport
ORE LAP 100016
EPA OR00028
Cascade Earth Science
225 S
Lab Order
Holly St
Medford
OR
NRC
97501
Sample
0608617
ID
01A
0608617
Collection Date
08 2206 2 40 00 PM
Received Date
08 23 06 8 47 00 AM
Reported Date
29
08
I
06 9 29 52 AM
I
Sample Information
2624019 BG002 Helman
Springs
Client Sample ill
HS TP2
Collectors Name
RC
Sample
Location
Source
TOP 30 ANALYSIS
Method
I
HS TP2
Helman
Springs
I
TM
NELAC
Analyses
Date
Accredited
Result
QuaJ
MRL
I
Units
EP A Limit
Analyzed
Thallium
EPA 200 8
A
0 000674
0 0005
mg L
0 002
08 24 06
Zinc
EPA 200 7
A
0 258
0 05
mg L
5 0
08124 06
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Notes
MRL
TM
Minimum
Top 30 is
Reporting
Limit
ND
Not Detected
at
the MRL
N L
I
No Limit
registered trade mark of Neilson Research Corporation
Oregon Accredited Laboratory ORELAP 100016
028
OR
The current Arsenic limit tor public water
systems is 0 05 mglL All public water systems must comply by Ian 2006 to the new Arsenic limit
of 0 01 0
a
mglL
Please Note
If the
test
results indicate
a
need for
water treatment
or
conditioning
additional
testing may be required
2
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Oregon
Corporation
97501
541 770 5678 Fax 541 770 2901
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Analysis Report
ORELAP 100016
EPA
Cascade Earth Science
225 S
I
Holly St
Medford
OR
NRC
97501
Lab Order
0608617
Sample
0608617 02A
ill
Collection Date
08 22 062 55 00 PM
Received Date
Reported Date
I
l
Sample
OR0002B
23
08
06 8 47 00 AM
08 29 06 9 29 52 AM
ljormatioll
Client Sample In
2624019 BG002 Helman
Springs
HS TP4
Collectors Name
I
Sample
I
TOP 30 ANALYSIS
RC
Location
HS TP4
Source
Helman
Springs
TM
i
NELAC
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Analyses
Method
l
Accredited
Date
Result
Qual
MRL
Alkalinity
Bicarbonate As HC03
SM 2320B
155
12
mg L
Alkalinity
Carbonate As C03
SM 2320B
NO
6
mg L
Analyzed
08 23 06
08 23 06
EPA 200 7
A
19 6
0 005
mg L
0 05
Antimony
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0002
mg L
0 006
08 24 06
Arsenic
EPA 200 8
A
0 00292
0 0005
mg L
0 010
08 24 06
Barium
EPA 200 7
A
0 192
0 05
mg L
2 0
08 24 06
Beryllium
EPA 200 8
A
0 000308
0 0001
mg L
0 004
08 24 06
Boron
EPA 200 7
A
0 702
0 05
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Cadmium
EPA 200 8
A
0 000161
0 0001
mg L
0 005
08 24 06
Calcium
EPA 200 7
A
40 5
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Chloride
EPA 300 0
A
21 1
1
mg L
250
08 23 06
Chromium
EPA 200 8
A
0 0173
0 0005
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
Copper
EPA 200 7
A
0 0264
0 01
mg L
1 3AL
08 24 06
Fluoride
EPA 300 0
A
0 438
0 2
mg L
2
08 23 06
Hardness
EPA 200 7
A
184
3 8
mg L
250
08 24 06
Iron
EPA 200 7
A
17 2
0 015
mg L
0 3
08 24 06
Lead
EPA 200 8
A
0 00286
0 0001
mg L
0 015 AL
08 24 06
Lithium
EPA 200 7
NO
0 1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Magnesium
EPA 200 7
A
20 1
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Manganese
EPA 200 7
A
0 923
0 02
mg L
0 05
08 24 06
Nickel
EPA 200 8
A
0 0208
0 0005
mgL
0 1
08 24 06
EPA 300 0
A
3 94
02
mg L
10
08 23 06
EPA 300 0
A
NO
0 05
mg L
1
pH
SM 4500 H B
A
6 99
Potassium
EPA 200 7
Selenium
EPA 200 8
Silver
EPA 200 8
Sodium
Specific Conductance
Sulfate
Nitrate
Nitrite
Notes
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
MRL Minimum
TM
Top
30 is
a
Reporting
registered
H
01
test
4
08 24 06
08 23 06
6 5
8 5
23
08
06
1
mg L
N L
A
0 000637
0 0005
mg L
0 05
A
NO
0 0001
mg L
01
08 24 06
EPA 200 7
A
23 0
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
SM 2510B
A
342
1
N L
08 23 06
EPA 300 0
A
35 2
0 5
40
08 23 06
Limit
ND
Not Detected
trade mark of Neilson Research
The current Arsenic limit for
Please Note Ifthe
pH Units
02
8 36
public
water
at
the MRL
N L
Corporation Oregon
systems is 0 05 mgIL All public
results indicate
a
need for water
Ilmhos
conditioning
cm
mg L
08 24 06
24
08
06
No Limit
Accredited
water
treatment or
systems
Laboratory
must
additional
ORELAP 100016
comply by
testing
may be
Jan 2006
to
028
OR
the new Arsenic limit
required
3
NRC
I
EP A Limit
Aluminum
of 0 010 mg L
I
Units
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245 South
Grape
Street Medford
Oregon
I
Corporation
97501
541 770 5678 Fax 541 770 2901
A na IYSIS Report
ORELAP 100016
EPA OR00028
Cascade Earth Science
225 S
Lab Order
Holly St
Medford
OR
NRC
97501
0608617
Sample ill
02A
0608617
Collection Date
08 22 06 2 55 00 PM
Received Date
08 23 06 8 47 00 AM
Reported Date
08 29 06 9 29 52 AM
I
I
Sample Information
Client
2624019 BG002 Helman
Springs
Sample
ill
Collectors Name
Sample
Location
Source
TOP 30 ANALYSIS
HS TP4
RC
Method
Accredited
I
HS TP4
Helman Springs
I
TM
NELAC
Analyses
D te
Result
Qual
MRL
I
Units
EP A Limit
Analyzed
Thallium
EPA 200 8
A
ND
0 0005
mglL
0 002
08124106
Zinc
EPA 200 7
A
ND
0 05
mglL
50
08124 06
i
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
0
I
Note5
MRL Minimum
TM
The
Top
30 is
current
of 0 010
a
Reporting
registered
Limit
Arsenic limit for
mglL
Please Note Ifthe
test
ND
Not Detected at the MRL
trade mark of Neilson Researeh
public water systems is 0 05 mgIL All public
results indicate
a
need for
water
N L
Corporation Oregon
treatment
or
water
conditioning
I
No Limit
Accredited
systems
Laboratory
must comply
additional
ORELAP 100016 OR 028
by Jan 2006
to
the new
Arsenic limit
testing may be required
4
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6 of 20
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Neilson Research
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245 South
Grape
Street Medford
Corporation
97501
Oregon
541 770 5678 Fax 541 770 2901
I
Analysis Report
O
Cascade Earth Science
225 S
I
Holly
Medford
Lab Order
St
OR
NRC
97501
Sample
Sample
Springs
Received Date
08 23 06 8 47 00 AM
I
I
I
I
I
Collectors Name
RC
Location
HS
Seep
3
Seep
3
HeIman
Springs
TM
Result
Qual
MRL
Units
Alkalinity
Bicarbonate As HC03
SM 2320B
39 6
12
mg L
Alkalinity
Carbonate
SM 2320B
14 4
6
mg L
As C03
I
EP A Limit
nalyzed
08 23 06
08 23 06
Aluminum
EPA 200 7
A
0 987
0 005
mg L
0 05
Antimony
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0002
mg L
0 006
08 24 06
Arsenic
EPA 200 8
A
0 00155
0 0005
mg L
0 010
08 24 06
Barium
EPA 200 7
A
NO
0 05
mg L
2 0
08124 06
Beryllium
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0001
mg L
0 004
08 24 06
Boron
EPA 200 7
A
4 27
0 05
mglL
N L
08 24 06
0 2
08 2406
Cadmium
EPA 200 8
A
0 000124
0 0001
mg L
0 005
08 24 06
Calcium
EPA200 7
A
3 59
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Chloride
EPA
300 0
A
172
20
mg L
250
08 23 06
Chromium
EPA 200 8
A
0 00140
00005
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
Copper
EPA 200 7
A
NO
0 01
mg L
1 3AL
08 24 06
Fluoride
EPA 300 0
A
3 73
02
mg L
2
08 23 06
Hardness
EPA 200 7
A
9 83
38
mg L
250
08 24 06
Iron
EPA 200 7
A
0 976
0 015
mg L
03
08124 06
Lead
EPA 200 8
A
0 0375
0 0001
mg L
0 015 AL
08 24 06
Lithium
EPA 200 7
0 171
0 1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Magnesium
EPA 200 7
A
NO
1
mglL
N L
08 24 06
Manganese
EPA 200 7
A
NO
0 02
mg L
0 05
08 24 06
Nickel
EPA 200 8
A
0 000885
0 0005
mg L
0 1
08 24 06
EPA 300 0
A
NO
0 2
mg L
10
08 23 06
EPA 300 0
A
NO
0 05
mg L
1
pH
SM 4500 H B
A
8 91
0 1
Potassium
EPA 200 7
1 75
1
mg L
N L
08 24 06
Selenium
EPA 200 8
A
0
0 0005
mglL
0 05
08 24 06
Sliver
EPA 200 8
A
NO
0 0001
mg L
01
08 24 06
Sodium
EPA 200 7
A
135
10
mg L
N L
08 24 06
SM 2510B
A
654
1
N L
08 23 06
EPA 300 0
A
9 32
0 5
40
08 23 06
Nitrate
Nitrite
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
Specific
Conductance
Sulfate
MRL Minimum
TM
The
Top
30 is
current
a
Reporting Limit
registered trade mark
Arsenic limit for public
ND
Not Detected
of Neilson Research
water
systems
is 0 05
at
00145
the MRl
N L
Corporation Oregon
mglL
All
public
mhos
cm
mg L
65
08 23 06
8 5
08 23 06
No limit
Accredited
water
pH Units
4
systems
Laboratory
must
ORELAP 100016
comply by
Ian2006 to the
028
OR
new
Arsenic limit
mglL
Please Note Ifthe test results indicate
need for
a
water treatment or
NRC
I
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Date
Accredited
Method
of 0 010
I
29
08
NELAC
i Analyses
Notes
I
HS
TOP 30 ANALYSIS
I
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Date
Client Samp1e ill
Source
I
I
0608617 03A
08 2206 5 50 00 PM
Sample
I
I
ill
In tJrmatioll
2624019 BG002 Helman
I
0608617
Collection Date
Reported
I
A
conditioning
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additional
testing
may be required
5
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245 South
Street Medford
Grape
Oregon
Corporation
97501
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Analysis Report
O
Cascade Earth Science
225 S
Lab Order
Holly St
Medford
NRC
OR 97501
0608617
Sample ID
08 2206 5 50 00 PM
Received Date
08 23 068 47 00 AM
29
08
06 9 29 52 AM
In ormariol
Client Sample ill HS Seep 3
2624019 BG002 Helman
Springs
Collectors Name
RC
Sample Location
HS
Source
I
TOP 30 ANALYSIS
Seep
Helman
Method
I
I
I
3
Springs
I
TM
NELAC
Analyses
I
03A
0608617
Collection Date
Reported Date
Sample
A
Date
Accredited
Result
Qual
MRL
Units
EPA Limit
Analyzed
Thallium
EPA 200 8
A
ND
0 0005
mg L
0 002
Zinc
08 24 06
EPA 200 7
A
ND
0 05
mg L
50
08 24 06
I
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I
Notes
MRL Minimum
Top
The
30 is
current
ofa OIO
a
Reporting Limit
registered trade mark
Arsenic limit for public
NO
of
Not Detected
at
the MRL
water systems
is 0 05
mglL
All
mglL
Please Note Ifthe test results
indicate
a
N L
No Limit
Neilson Research Corporation Oregon Accredited
Laboratory ORELAP 100016
need for water treatment
public
water systems must
or
conditioning
additional
comply by
Jan 2006 to the
I
028
OR
new
Arsenic limit
testing may be required
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DATA FLAGS
B
C
Analyte detected in the associated Method Blank
Sample s does not meet NELAC ORELAP sample acceptance
CU
01
02
Cleanup performed prior to analysis either H2SOJSilica Gel or Florosil
The diesel elution pattern for the sample is not typical
The sample appears to be a heavier hydrocarbon range than diesel
The sample appears to be a lighter hydrocarbon rang than diesel
Detected hydrocarbons do not have pattem and range consistent with typical petroleum products
and may be due to biogenic interference
Detected hydrocarbons in the diesel range appear to be weathered diesel
03
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criteria
See Case Narrative
Estimated value
Elevated reporting limit due to matrix
gasoline elution pattern for the sample is not typical
sample appears to be a heavier hydrocarbon range than gasoline
The sample appears to be a lighter hydroCarbon range than gasoline
Detected hydrocarbons in the gasoline range appear to be weathered gasoline
The
The
Sample re analysis performed outside of method specified holding time
Sample received outside of method specified holding time
Sample analyzed for volatile organics contained headspace
At the client s request the sample was analyzed outside of method specified holding time
Analysis performed outside of method specified holding time
Analyte detected below the Minimum Reporting Limit MRL and above the Method Detection
Limit MOL
or Matrix
Spike
recovery is out of control limits due to matrix interference
MI
Surrogate
N
See Case Narrative
NI
Some QA criteria may be outside control limits
R
R1
RPD outside
R2
accepted
The RPD and or
R4
RPD
Relative
Reporting
amounts
81
8C
TCLP
X1
X2
X3
on
RPD values from
sample
remains for
reanalysis
sample
concentration less than 10 times the
samples
concentrations less than 5 times the
recovery for the OUP or QC spike sample cannot be accurately calculated
of analyte already present In the sample
concentration
due to the high
to
due
result being at or near method reporting limit
Duplicate analysis failed
R3
S
recovery limits
on RPD values from
not controlled
Analyses
reporting limit
Analyses are not controlled
reporting limit
are
Insufficient
percent difference
Report limits MDLs MRLs are adjusted based
analytical dilutions and percent solids where applicable
Limits
on variatiqns
in
Spike recovery outside accepted recovery limits
Surrogate or Matrix Spike recovery is outside of control limits due to dilution
analysis
Sub contracted to another laboratory for analysis
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure Sample submitted contained
The motor oil elution pattern for the sample is not typical
The sample appears to be a heavier hydrocarbon range than motor oil
The sample appears to be a lighter hydrocarbon range than motor oil
Value exceeds Maximum Contaminant Level
RC
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